Saturday, January 23, 2010


Can you imagine this today?
For show&tell today, Billy's
Uncle Roy is 
here to teach us how he shot
Taliban snipers off their perches
in Afghanistan.

Boned Jello

There wunt no Columbines then.

Mmmm boot the EPA out of town

MoSup is concerned ..
I'm reading Montana real estate ads ...
Boned Jello

The Day Obamacare Died

Shew Head

The Frugal SondraK

I can't tell if this is satire

The 41st Vote?

 Am I missing Something?

Boned Jello

Scott Brown's thrilling win in Mass. prolly made this moot, but it's still a poser.  Was he really the 41st vote needed to stop Obamacare from coming to a final vote?

 Since Ben Nelson (D NE) cast the 60th and deciding vote for Senate passage in December, his name has been mud.  Nebraskans reacted so violently to his betrayal, that he's now considered unelectable.  Restaurant patrons booed him and Mrs.Nelson out of the place before they could be served. Nelson has since fallen all over himself apologizing, saying "it was a mistake." So how in hell could he do it again in final passage?  I mean, he's not a Clinton.

Texas Retail

Rick Beckham asks ...
How Do You Know You're Shopping in Texas?

Little Charred Footballs

Right-Wing Flame War!
 The NYT Magazine does Charles Johnson

Boned Jello

No one ever said L.G.F., or any blog, had to be about the free exchange of ideas. “It’s his sandbox,” Pamela Geller says simply. “He can do whatever he wants.” Still, if you read L.G.F. today, you will find it hard to miss the paradox that a site whose origins, and whose greatest crisis, were rooted in opposition to totalitarianism now reads at times like a blog version of “Animal Farm.” - [Full]
Gateway Pundit

Glen Beck v. Che, Hitler and Stalin

Saturday Matinée

I stumbled across Glen Beck's  most excellent "The Cult of Che" last night.  It's the second? installment of his documentary series 'The Revolutionary Holocaust, that sets out to "correct progressive lies" - which of course is damned near everything. 

The video on the right was the opener, and I'm just now watching it myself.   The Cao girl bundled the first five segments here.
The Cult of Che
Live Free or Die


In Passing

In passing ..
 I found this stuff (read between the lines)

Cool, but not too
U.S. slips to rank of ‘mostly free’
The U.S. continues to enjoy a strong position — ranked as the 8th freest economy in the world — but lost 2.7 rating points because of its handling of the economic downturn.

It isn't the thirties anymore. Wall Street owns the Democratic Party

Donk Twit
Overheard: I am the ocean, you are shore. I will wear you out.

They Are Like Rats: New Hidden Digs For Senators
Shhhhhhh. The perks of Senate membership just got sweeter.

Tea Party Crashers
Movements can be stifled or stopped by publicly disclosing certain conversations, thoughts, or plans made in private. Indeed, the government has often sought to interrupt the privacy of peaceable association before causes become too big.

Sanity check: 2008 & 2009 Were The Coolest Years Since 1998 in the USA

Why the Court protected us last Thursday
(and why it's okay to go back to despising John McCain)
Do you want government regulating what movies can be shown to the public? Do you want the government determining what movies can be advertised? Or what books can be sold?

Early reactions to the blockbuster free speech decision
... it is a rather one-sided list. This just isn't a day when I'm inclined to give the proponents of censorship equal time. (not withstanding Stuart Taylor, Jr.)

Obama has suspicious number of letter-writing fans named 'Ellie Light'
In recent weeks, Light has published virtually identical “Letters to the Editor” in support of President Barack Obama in more than a dozen newspapers.Every letter claimed a different residence for Light that happened to be in the newspaper’s circulation area.
I love Stuart Taylor's "Kennedy all too cavalierly bats aside a compelling argument for banning executives from spending shareholder funds on elections."   Stuart,Stuart, Stuart ...