Friday, February 04, 2011

The new evil empire. Us.

Soetero. Barry Soetero
US agrees to tell Russia Britain's nuke secrets ...
to persuade commies to sign a key treaty

Gobsnacked beyond words here. Good thing too.

That works


New York Times Letter to the Editor Policy: You Can’t Say That the Times Is Wrong?
Adopts the tone and tenor of the Obamunist Regime
A colleague of mine at Mayer Brown — Andy Pincus, generally a liberal fellow and a big fan of the New York Times — reported to me an interesting fact about the New York Times letter-to-the-editor policy, and I thought it was worth mentioning. [Volokh  continued]
Arthur Sulzberger Jr.
I already checked.  Charles Johnson has not been hired by the Times

A Social Worker

A Small House
Today's Idyll

A Small House

Fresh out of Columbia Univ. with a degree in Social Services, Margaret chose to persue a career in the American backwater. Her first case took her to a home in rural Tennessee. The tiniest house she had ever seen.  She knocked on the door.

"Anybody home?" she asked.

"Yep," came a kid's voice through the door.

"Is your father there?"  asked the social worker.

"Pa?  Nope, he left afore Ma came in," said the kid.

"Well, is your mother there?" persisted the social worker.

"Ma?  Nope, she left  just afore I got here," said the kid.

"But," protested the  social worker, "are you never together as a family?"
"Sure, but not here," said the kid through the door.  "This is the outhouse!"

Tim W

Al Gore Explains 'Snowmageddon

Al Gore Explains 'Snowmageddon
Gore Explains Snowmageddon

  “Gore’s statement actually indicates a deeper problem -- lack of precise predictions,” said Dr. William M. Briggs, a statistician and climate scientist. His research shows that there are no increased weather problems because of global warming, Briggs told

“He’s saying that anything bad that happens must be because global warming caused it. Activists like Gore are great at identifying events after the fact as being caused by global warming, but terrible at predicting them beforehand,” Briggs said.

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cuzzin ricky mouse

Obama polarizing? Say it ain't so.

Most Polarizing since Eisenhower?!?
If there was anything notably polarizing about Eisenhower's presidency in 1954, it happened in American classrooms after 1970.  More polarizing than Bill Clinton?  Well, they are Gallup's numbers, so never mind.  I might be confusing with most hated , feared and despised , but still.

A net positive in the scheme of things

A Word From A USA Sponsor

Code Pinkery at its worst

I Get E-Mail
From: "Medea Benjamin, CODEPINK in Cairo" <>
Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2011 15:27:24 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Whose side are we on in Egypt?

Code Pinker Medea Benjamin

Dear Friend,


Will you make a generous donation now to support the pro-democracy movement in Egypt?

People around the US are asking, what can we do that will make a difference?  How can we send a signal that the world is watching, the world is with the people of Egypt?  We've signed petitions and tweeted our eyeballs out.  Now what? 

Will you donate $5 today to help buy flowers?
This is one way we around the world can support the nonviolent people's uprising.

We have met with dozens of women and groups in Cairo and these women and our CODEPINK delegation on the ground in Egypt are asking this:

Help us raise $5,000 in emergency funds today to support the Egyptian revolution!

Beyond solidarity, the best way we can show our support for the Egyptian uprising is to demand that our own government cut off aid to the Mubarak regime. Join us in telling President Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the U.S. Congress to stop funding the Mubarak regime now, to call on Mubarak to resign, and to expressly say that our government stands with the Egyptian people. 

The Egyptian people are writing a beautiful chapter in the history of nonviolent revolutions. Let's show them we are on their side.

Send flowers and supplies to the demonstrators!

support the nonviolent people's uprising.?!?
When a group like Code Pink, which affiliates with every America-hating group in the world, and openly promotes that American soldiers kill their officers and join the other side ... well,  the leaders ought be subject to a shoot-on-sight warrant.  But they're not, which is another example of us confusing freedom of speech with  treason.  Anyway,  I don't know for sure that  Code Pink is responsible for this  piece of agitprop, but  it certainly has their smell, and it is their message.  Most striking is the presumption of gullibility it carries.  Are people really that stupid?
Code Pinker Medea Benjamin

Don't say it!

The Next "Cabbage Patch" Doll?

Teen-talk buster

Teen-talk buster
Puzzled parents get lesson in lingo

Teen-talk buster
But what does 23-skidoo mean?


With a straight face ...

  Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) said he supports oversight, but believes the Republican efforts on the House Energy and Commerce Committee are politically motivated and probe too deep.
... and unassailable logic

There is “no basis” for the waiver investigation, Waxman said in the letter. More than 700 waivers have been granted to unions, businesses and other organizations, and Republicans are claiming the waivers are either a gift to Democratic allies or proof the reform law doesn’t work.
“If you have evidence that one of these waivers was granted improperly, a request for the internal communications relating to the waiver would be appropriate,” Waxman said.