Tuesday, February 08, 2011

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21 Words Too Many

Number of words: 38
  1. DC Schools
  2. Arguably worst in the nation world
  3. D.C. Schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee asks principals to recommend worst teachers for dismissal
  4. 75 teachers dismissed
  5. Enter Teacher's Union

Ruling: Fired D.C. teachers must be offered jobs, back wages

Bristol Noise

Sarah Palin's Biggest Problem
The Bristol Prollem
1.) Bristol Palin:"probably" run for office ˜further down the road"

2.) Bristol Palin to release memoir this summer
Nothing against Bristol, but she is still in her WTF? years.  And guess who people think of when they read these silly "WGAF?"  "news" items. Sheesh.

I've Been Nominated

Wow, I've been nominated!

It is my pleasure to inform you that you have been nominated for inclusion in this year’s edition of Who's Who among Executives and Professionals: [Link]

After receiving verification, we will validate your registry listing within seven business days.


Jason Price

Who's Who Among Executives- MOI!
I just wish mom could have lived to see me fulfill her hope for me. After validation (takes 12 business days), I will  be afforded a unique networking opportunity with other professionals and potential employers.  A  unique accolade that be a welcome addition to my resume. 

I just realized that there is no mention of the book I'll be in.  My friend Banning was chosen as one of the top 10,000 most influential people on the internet, and his name is in a book that he bought for $119.00 (hardcover). If I'm not in a book, I don't think people will realize the importance of the thing.  I have to think on this one.

A politician will always tip off his true belief by stating the opposite at the beginning of the sentence. For maximum comprehension, do not start listening until the first clause is concluded. Begin instead at the word "but" which begins the second, or active, clause. This is the way to tell a liberal from a conservative -- before they tell you.
Thus: "I have always believed in a strong national defense, second to none, but ... " (a liberal, about to propose a $20 billion defense cut)
Frank Mankiewicz

Boned Jello

An adjunct corollary to Mankiewicz's meme is  Democrats will almost always accuse Republicans of that which they themselves are doing, and when caught will heap ridicule on the evidence.  A little bit of all this can be found in Gawker's The Right-Wing Nut’s Guide to Egypt.  This attempt at sarcastic put-down actually provides a pretty good road map to what's going on.

  • Bill Ayers taught the Muslim Brotherhood how to protest
  • President Obama secretly facilitated and/or encouraged an Islamist takeover of Egypt
    • Players: President Obama, nonspecific Islamists
  • Escalating anarchy in Egypt is merely a prelude to revolt in the streets in the U.S.
    • Players: President Obama's obvious authoritarianism, the people, guns, Facebook
      • (No mention of Code Pink's history of rabble rousing; George Soros not mentioned at all)
  • The Egyptian revolution will result in a dictatorship
    • Players: The secret Egyptian desire for despotism, the inexorable march of history
      • (no mention of Muslim Brotherhood)
  • The Muslim Brotherhood is attempting to enact Sharia law in the United States
    • Players: The Muslim Brotherhood, "front organizations," Homeland Security Adviser John Brennan, Allah
      • (Ain't that too cute?)
One of the things Gawker misses (along with George Soros)  is Google's involvement, very important now that "Activist's tears may be game changer in Egypt." That "activist" is Wael Ghonim, Google’s head of marketing for the Middle East, and who flew into Egypt to join the opposition to Mubarak.  Ghonim is now reported to be the “spokesman” for the opposition. Ahem.

Royal Family - No More Heirs

British Court Rules Against
Having Sex If You're Stupid

A key component of progressive ideology — going back before Hitler to liberal deity Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood — is that Big Government must dictate who may reproduce, so that we don't get too many "human weeds." Here's one way they implement this policy in Britain:

In a case which is fascinating both legally and morally, a judge in the Court of Protection has ruled that a 41-year-old man with a mild learning disability did not have the mental capacity to consent to sex and should be prevented by a local council from doing so.

Posted by Van Helsing at 11:09 AM | Comments (6)

Osama Was Right about Obama

The thrill going up his leg is now
 something warm going down it

Osama bin Laden warned Arab regimes that the United States always abandons its friends when the going gets tough. President Obama is proving bin Laden was right.

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews admits he feels “ashamed as an American” for the way Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak is being treated. “We’re not handling it the way Americans should handle matters like this,” he said Friday. “I don’t feel right about it. And Barack Obama, as much I support him in many ways, there is a transactional quality to the guy that is chilling.” [When the chips are down, Barack abandons U.S. allies]

Matthews's Warm Tingle

Barry Plays "To Tell The Truth"

"My name is Barry Soetoro, and while I hold citizenship in both Indonesia and Kenya, I am wearing traditional Kenyan bus-boy garb.  My grandfather served as cook to a British army officer where he gathered secrets for the Mau Mau movement, and was beaten by the British.  He was later able to behead that very officer.   My uncle was given the American Medal of Honor for being the first person to free the prisoners at Dachau in World War II, and he flew 112 missions in a MiG 15.  Although I live in a mud hut, I won the Kenyan District Three spelling contest by correctly spelling  "Mn-cluck-click-click-nngagayapato-click-munyumbowant-cluck-cluck." which means "to neutralize."  As a result I am the first person from my village to attend university.  I begin classes at  Accidental College here in Los Angeles next month where I will study politics and hope to play American football. Boned Jello
* Barry won $300

Michelle's White Willy

Michelle: Lovin' a White Willy

Once you go white;it's all that you'll bite

How about that bit of Willy nostalgia?

Fighting Words

Fighting Words
These recent pronouncements by Howard Dean and, especially, Barack Obama transcend socialism and move into raw communist rhetoric.

I had some problem finding attribution for a proper quote I had in mind, until I found this.

Cato the Stillborn: Hwæt hinderljng dulmúnus áswindan from díeðung ænig regnþéof hwa dulmúnus  burgsteal wyfe'sandsumnes híe bídsteal  cynegold?

  Cato the Stillborn
Roughly translated from Old English:

What base coward would shrink from putting to the sword any man who would lift his wyfe's petticoat or steal his gold?  - Cato the Stillborn.

America's Most Miserable Cities

America's Five Most Miserable Cities
(Cue Music)

No. 5: Sacramento, Calif.
No state taxes $50,000 of income like California, with a rate of 9.55% for that middle-class tax bracket. Sacramento is a one-team sports town, and that team has been awful in recent years. The NBA's Kings have won just 26% of their games the past two-plus seasons.

No. 4: Modesto, Calif.
The median home was valued at $275,000 in 2006; today it is $95,000. And don't leave your car on the street in Modesto, where 3,712 vehicles were stolen in 2009, making for the second-highest auto theft rate in the country. It ranked first in four of the previous five years.

No. 3: Merced, Calif.
The economic downturn and busted housing market hit Merced harder than any other area in the country. Average unemployment of 16.2% since 2008 is the highest in the U.S., as is the city's 64% drop in median home prices.

No. 2: Miami, Fla.
The sun and lack of a state income tax are the only things keeping Miami out of the top spot. Foreclosures hit one in 14 homes last year. Corruption is also off the charts, with 404 government officials convicted of crimes this decade in South Florida.

No. 1: Stockton, Calif.
Unemployment has averaged 14.3% the past three years, which is third worst in the country among the 200 largest metro areas. The housing market collapsed as well, with home prices down 58% over the same time. All the California cities on the list are struggling with the inherent problems the state is facing, including high sales and income taxes and service cuts to help close massive budget shortfalls.

In pictures: America's 20 most miserable cities
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