Friday, May 21, 2010

Come again?


Union Scum

Unions to spend $100M+ in 2010
campaign to save Dem majorities

Wow, Barry's gonna be very pissed about that.  You know how he feels about special interest money skewing our election process.

Blumenthal du Jour

More Democrats being Democrats

Boned Jello

Walter Olsen at  Overlawyered has a post about today's WSJ article “The other Blumenthal scandal.” 

For more on some of the cases that have brought Blumenthal his reputation as a bully and grandstander, start here, here, and here. And William Saletan at Slate is out with the piece I wish I’d written comparing Blumenthal’s repeated misstatements on his service record with the sorts of misrepresentations for which he’s gone after marketers and other businesses over the years.

Mr. Olsen ends with what interests me most about this "Winter Soldier"

For some light on how Blumenthal happened to obtain a photo opportunity in a VFW hall to denounce his critics, check out this post by Ronald Winter.

Human crap.

The Sestak Bribe

Democrats being Democrats

The Schultz Doctrine states that any ex-military officer who runs for office as a Democrat is ipso facto not fit to hold office. There are no known recent exceptions. Moving on now, to retired admiral Joe Sestak.  The video above is more damning evidence against the Administration, with Sestak the pawn who ain't talking because, well, the ipso facto thing.  You know -- Party trumps rectitude. This transcript via The Weekly Standard.
White House press secretary Robert Gibbs was questioned closely and at length today about whether the White House would care to clear the air about Pennsylvania Democrat Joe Sestak's claim he was offered a federal job if he'd drop out of the race against Sen. Arlen Specter. Here is what Gibbs had to say:

    I don’t have anything to add to what I said in March.

    I don’t have anything to add today.

    I don’t have anything to add to that.

    I gave that answer in March, and I don’t have anything to add to that.

    Jake, I don’t have anything to add to what I said in March.

    I don’t have anything to add to what Jake asked me.

    I will just refer you to what I said in March."

Pink Obama

Obama Uncovered

Boned Jello

Soon after returning from Pakistan I made my first visit to New York City.  The CIA had covered my time with the Mujahadeen by giving me a Columbia University degree.  I thought it would be a lark to visit my "alma mater."  Ha! Here I am outside of a Manhattan restaurant.  I had to pee so bad, I thought my kidneys would burst.  When I asked if I could use the toilet, I was told, "sorry, but it's for customers only."  I ended up pissing my new Farah slacks, and vowed then and there to destroy America.  - "Obama's Secret Diary," p.275.

Rgar recently?

Illegal Mexikids

What's Not There?!?
Oh the horror of it all! Reported by the NY Times, right? Well, no. Reported by the Washington Post and the LA Times, right? Well, er, ah, no. But the Associated press picked it up and broadcast it to the world, right? Uh, well, no. Sissy Chrissie Matthews is feeling a vibration all the way up to his prostate gland, right? Well, not so's you'd notice, but then with that guy..Don't bother Googling for it because it's not there ... 
Boned Jello

Ro the Wonder Son

More than Messicans

Border Stuff You Didn't Know

Thanks to some Dick (Tailgunner?) Here also is a copy of the kids' recording of grampa as he watched C-Span.  They show it to their friends and think gramps doesn't know. Gramps knows.

PS - I uploaded Part 2 twice, and still YouTube says it's not available, but you can watch it here.
PPS- Son #1 chips in with these links.

Commies Keep on Phuckin

Quoth the raven,
The recession we're emerging from was primarily caused by a lack of responsibility and accountability from Wall Street to Washington, Mr. Obama said

Boned Jello
Graduation Day

The Senate's newest member -- Sen. Scott Brown, Massachusetts Republican, who had promised to work with Democrats to enact legislation -- provided the critical final vote needed to break a Republican-led filibuster against passage of [Obama's regulatory blueprint for Wall Street].

Two other Northeast Republicans -- Sens. Olympia J. Snowe and Susan Collins of Maine -- already had voted for the legislation.

Mindblowing.  A "financial reform" bill authored by Christopher Dodd?  And championed by a Marx brother? Thank you, ya RINO AINO bastids.