Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Arizona: "Show Your Birth Certificate"


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Ariz House: Check Obama's Citizenship

PHOENIX -- The Arizona House on Monday voted for a provision that would require President Barack Obama to show his birth certificate if he hopes to be on the state's ballot when he runs for reelection.

The House voted 31-22 to add the provision to a separate bill. The measure still faces a formal vote.

It would require U.S. presidential candidates who want to appear on the ballot in Arizona to submit documents proving they meet the constitutional requirements to be president.

Phoenix Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema said the bill is one of several measures that are making Arizona "the laughing stock of the nation."

Mesa Republican Rep. Cecil Ash said he has no reason to doubt Obama's citizenship but supports the measure because it could help end doubt.
It will be very interesting to see how he, and with what argument, Obama objects. 

CBS does the Tea Party- again

Why CBS and the New York
Times are asshole buddies.

This is a segment from the latest CBS Sunday Morning.  Titled "What's So Great About Tea?," it's classic cold war agitprop, and I offer it only for your entertainment [hiss the villain].   At some point a few of you will remember this recent LA Times story, "Myth-busting polls: Tea Party members are average Americans, 41% are Democrats, independents ...

Chinesinha siliconada

Oh, Jeez
The trial lawyers are in a frenzy over this Chinesinha siliconada deal.
Tim W

Sarah Silverman- Dismissed

Sarah Siverman Show
New Season Preproduction Meeting
September, 2009
Boned JelloOKAY!

SARAH: Okay, there's this blogger named Rodger something who really likes my show.  He's a right wing  mother-fu**er who thinks abortion is wrong but Sarah Palin is good.  So this season's goal will be to produce episodes so obnoxiously repugnant to his ilk, that by the fourth episode he'll throw me off his Tivo schedule and never get another boner from me.  Okay?

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Thrill-a-minute Obamunists


Union Thugs and Barry

The Beholden State
How public-sector unions broke California

or, "Hey Rodge, I haven't vomited yet today."

Things I never learn from

All the things I know

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In any good "All Things the Things I Know" list, the reader will in succession store them. At some point correlative to the depth of his own shallowness, brainal feedback will convince him that he already knew this stuff, and could have written the list himself.  I then congratulate myself, and quit reading before learning that  "If you see a lot of bugs crawling all over the computer lately, it might be a good idea to go into that room with the refrigerator and the sink and see if there’s something that hasn’t been cleaned for awhile."  And cookies I leave by my keyboard will keep disappearing.