Friday, September 10, 2010

Tastes like chicken

What e'er happend to that Klindt feller ma?

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WHO NEEDS OIL? I ride the bus!

One Out

Still the best sports picture ever

Strip and rebuild a Jeep in 4 minutes

South Bronx Teens
Find a Home in the Army

Thet bashed Reagan too.

Getting my ticket validated here boss

Castle's problem, much discussed here and lots of places these days, is conservative activist Christine O'Donnell. Willing to nominate her for the Senate when Castle didn't have the nerve to take on Biden directly (losing is never a winner with some), now that the seat is open she is being given the bum's rush. In the words of the Journal editorial, O'Donnell is a "two-time loser statewide" and "an itinerant conservative commentator and activist."

O'DonnelOver at NRO the treatment has been more polite but still the same old, same old.. Estimable conservatives all, NRO'ers Jim Geraghty, Jonah Goldberg, Dan Foster, and Andrew Stuttaford jumped on the Castle bandwagon, taking swings at O'Donnell. The Ruling Class Hits Christine O'Donnell
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This week The American Spectator released a small but important book called The Ruling Class: How They Corrupted America and What We Can Do About It. Written by Angelo Codevilla, it is an expanded version of the essay that ran in the July/August issue of The American Spectator magazine and later online.

The article drew a stunning response when it appeared, with Rush Limbaugh not only devoting all three hours of his show to the article but now contributing an introduction to the book. [MORE]

Michael Ramirez Cartoon

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More ways to trash the Him

A nap-time parable
And So it Came To pass!

Obama & God
He emerged from the vapors with a message that had no meaning; but He hypnotized the people telling them, "I am sent to save you." My lack of experience, my questionable ethics, my monstrous ego, and my association with evil doers are of no consequence. I shall save you with hope and Change. Go, therefore, and proclaim throughout the land that he who proceeded me is evil, that he has defiled the nation, and that all he has built must be destroyed. And the people rejoiced, for even though they knew not what "The One" would do, he had promised that it was good; and they believed. And "The One" said " We live in the greatest country in the world. Help me change everything about it!" And the people said, "Hallelujah! Change is good!"
"How's this for apocalyptic literature. This was written by a pastor's wife in biblical prose as a commentary of current events. It is brilliant. "

Whether this was written by a preacher's wife as claimed is moot.  My friend "Dead Wood Frank" sent me this, and I was able to find the site that had the graphics.  School teachers can delight their students by reading this story on a rainy day without outside recess.

All Muslims

A Burning Issue

I have remained somewhat indifferent to an extent about the clown in Florida that wants to burn the Koran. I thought it was nuts to think that it would cause more deaths by radical Muslims. Why didn't California allowing gay marriage spark more outrage against us? I digress. So I watched the videos above and thought "screw them and the whole debate about tolerance". I have vowed to burn a giant print Koran in my yard tomorrow. Assholes

Tom Smith

This fifth video from Tom is too graphic (Muslims killing and burning alive non-Muslims)  'Nuff' said.

Barack Giannoulias

The Natural Heir to Obama's Senate Seat
is prolly now disinherited

As the Giannoulias family’s Broadway Bank was seized by federal regulators, and as Broadway Bank’s associations with mobsters and criminals was placed under further scrutiny, Illinois Senate candidate Alexi Giannoulias had a tiring refrain: I haven’t been at the bank in over four years.

Leaving aside a New York Times report that Giannoulias himself was responsible for the risky loans that brought down the bank and cost the FDIC $394 million, Giannoulias supporters hit the same refrain as the candidate: he hasn’t been at the bank in over four years.


Today's MAD MEN Moment

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Panadol for Menstrual Pain

AKA - the :Ass-slipper"

The Prince looking for Cinderella
Part II

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People to euthanize

"Copyright Troll" Righthaven
Passes Early Federal Court Test

"Copycat Trolls" by the hundreds coming soon
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The left's guerrilla army, federal judges

The New York Times
rues polarized courts.
I'm not making that up.

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This is a sidekick post to the one below [Kafkaesque Torture].  What makes all this so maddening is that we saw all this coming in it's relative infancy!  And didn't realize we should have been hanging people from the get-go. Stab me in the freaking liver, why don't you?  Oh, sorry. 

The New York Times yesterday used Justice Clarence Thomas to personify today's politically polarized courts.

Justice Clarence Thomas  apparently has one additional requirement. Without exception, the 84 clerks he has chosen over his two decades on the court all first trained with an appeals court judge appointed by a Republican president.

That unbroken ideological commitment is just the most extreme example of a recent and seldom examined form of political polarization on the Supreme Court.

First off, as the article admits, "none of the justices routinely write first drafts of their opinions. Instead, they typically supervise and revise drafts produced by their clerks. "  Why then would Justice Thomas, who believes in judicial restraint and three equal branches of  government, want someone who clerked for a judge like, say, Clinton appointee U.S. District Judge Virginia Phillips?  And raise your hand if you can't predict how the four left-wing justices will vote on any social issue. That's what I thought.  And how did the courts get this polarized?  Robert Bork is square one in this adventure. Read about it.

Liberals have used, and are still using leftist judges as supernumerary legislators, a.k.a. activist judges, to dictate into law that which cannot be passed legislatively. Because the people hate it. Instead of black robes, today's federal judges ought wear a uniform that identifies which faction they support, American , or  Democrat . It would save thousands of hours that we now spend Googling to find who to blame for the most recent judicial outrage,  Carter, Clinton, or (fasten seat-belts) Obama? 

The hanging judge? Or hang the judge?

Kafkaesque torture -
today's 'justice' system

"It is ... not our job to sit in judgment of whether state and local frustration about federal immigration policy is warranted. We are, however, required to intervene when states and localities directly undermine the federal objectives embodied in statutes enacted by Congress," wrote Chief Judge Theodore McKee. - In dismissing the Hazelton PA law that enforced  federal immigration law.
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