Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Dating tips for wimmin

Women are always asking me:
"Rodge, can you offer some tips on how to behave with men so I can land a swell guy like you?"
 Yes.  Yes I can.  There are in fact 13 tips a young lady ought consider before that big date.  Here's four of them.  The rest may be found here.


The winner is ...

 A few hours after telling reporters they shouldn't expect "any great insight" into 2010 based on the outcome of Tuesday night's elections, White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs told POLITICO the president wasn't even following the results.
"He's not watching returns," Gibbs said. [Politico]
I guess he's secure in the knowledge that, according to a timely CNN poll,
"Americans strongly prefer Obama, Biden over Bush, Cheney."
Chris Christie leads Jon Corzine by 5% in the New Jersey Governor vote as of this moment, but  Democratic strategist Pat Caddell wonders if that's enough to be fraud proof.
Democratic strategist Pat Caddell accused democrats of dirty tricks in the New Jersey Governor’s race today. There have been 15 times more absentee ballots turned in this year in Camden, New Jersey than last year when Barack Obama was running for president. [Gateway]
In Virginia, Democrats lose the Gov., Lt. Gov., Attorney General by double digits, and several seats in the legislature as well.  Sleep well Brock. 



Nuke Jersey

The Progressive Progression
Acorn  to SEIU to Gangbangers
 Gangbangers for Corzine
How would you like to be a New Jersey police officer and look out your window and see several known criminals, including a man you arrested several weeks ago and another who had just been released from prison for shooting a cop?  And then find out that the men were sent into the neighborhood by the Democratic Party for GOTV operations - complete with lists of voters names, addresses and phones numbers! (More - Election Journal)

Mood Expanders

I just realized ...
 This past weekend was the first of the year when either the Terps or the Redskins didn't lose.

Self Hate?

Reid reassures left Lieberman on board
Lieberman’s vote is crucial because he likely represents the 60th vote needed to end debate in the Senate. Without him, Reid would be forced to fish on the other side of the aisle for a vote, something that has not come easily this Congress.
Sen. Joe Lieberman has reached a private understanding with Majority Leader Harry Reid that he will not block a final vote on healthcare reform, according to two sources briefed on the matter.

The unpredictable Democrat-turned-Independent last week publicly stated he would join Republicans in filibustering the Democratic legislation after Reid (D-Nev.) announced he had included a government-run health insurance plan in the bill.

But sources said Reid’s staff is telling liberal interest groups that Lieberman (Conn.) has assured Reid he will vote with Democrats in the necessary procedural vote to end debate, perhaps with intentions to change the bill.

“Lieberman keeps assuring Reid that he’s OK,” said one source. “But he’s one of those characters — you never know with Joe.

(The Hill)

 Ain't nothing I can say about Lieberman that wouldn't be repetitious.

Scam Spam


 Like you, I'm getting spammed with offers like this from Digital PC.
Digital TV for PC 2 proprietary software technology plugs you directly into hundreds of worldwide LIVE digital television channels right over the Internet. Enjoy more channels than cable and satellite TV combined for a one-time fee less than one month of either of those services. (Only29.95 for the software)
I know we're still a few years away from  free NCT (national cable television), so I Goggled up Digital TV PC Free scam Take your pick; they all say about the same thing.
So what exactly is the Satellite TV PC scam? Well after payment you will download a software program or even just a web page link usually consisting of a list of free to view tv channels that are all available for free on worldtvpc.com. Thats pretty bad right? Well the other product you may get in this kind of deal either on its own or bundled with the satellite tv product is a P2P program thats also available for free on worldtvpc.com!
But you already knew that you weren't gonna get stuff like this for free, didn't you? .

First Election in America II Era

First Amerika II Elections
(bring back America I)

 You might think this is a late start, but you'd be wrong.  Since 4:AM EST I've been working on secret bacon recipes - FOR YOU!  But that's over.  Now, election day. 

In New Jersey, Republican challenger Chris Christie has failed to gain the 15 point lead necessary to eke out a victory over a Democrat, so it looks bad for Jerseyites.  Still, Democrats are clearly worried. 

N.J. Democrats Paying for Third-Party Robocalls

So, the Democrats seem to have decided the best use of at least some of their resources, in a tight race, is to throw some cash into the third-party Daggett campaign. When you're running a dirty-trick robocall, the tagline with the address of the Democratic HQ is a giveaway. Audio:

Obama will definitely lose Virginia, and likely New York 23.  So what?  The media won't factor Obama's plummeting approval, and Millie the Avon lady wouldn't care if they did, because she lives in Indiana.  

Following release of the House health care plan by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, 42% of voters now support the Congressional effort while 54% are opposed.

Fifteen percent (15%) say that Congress is doing a good or an excellent job while 53% rate Congressional performance as poor.

Nearly half the conservatives nationwide do not consider themselves Republicans.

Confidence in the War on Terror has fallen to the lowest level in three years. Just 34% now believe the U.S. and its allies are winning, down from 62% earlier in the year.

Don't need no stinking election results to know this, even without the polls. You can feel it. The most disturbing thing to me is is the war on terror (ha!) results.  What Obama has done here is absolutely criminal, on a global basis.  I plucked this from the Lounge last week, but didn't mention it because it was so disturbing to me.

Glenmore  With the Administration's disrespect of all things military it stands to reason that a lot of our best soldiers etc. will leave.

With the economy a mess and unemployment way up, it stands to reason that a lot of less-than-desirable people will be willing to join - and bring their entitlement mentality with them.

For the Administration it's a win-win: they get rid of an excellent, professional, non-political military and replace it with a mediocre, dependent military perfect for political abuse (think Brownshirts.) (Don't worry about Constitutionality - government hasn't been concerned about that for years.)

This is my worse nightmare, because at some point I'm certain that it all will come down to who the military sides with in one gigantic showdown.