Friday, June 24, 2011


And you know what?  I will never be a good muslim wife.  It's been a long time since I was  9-years old. Pakistani-born Norwegian comedian, Shabana Rehman

Super Man? Crap Gummint Cam

Crap Gummint Cam

SuperBam WTF?

But,  there's this (FreeRepublic)

2 Terrorists Called "Joe" and "Fred"

Yes, just two otherwise unaffiliated Seattle guys ready to set out on a murder spree.
Just a Couple of Rollicking Seattle Terrorists Called "Joe" and "Fred"
No speculation as to their religious affiliation. I guess we just have to guess.


Introducing the Mercedes Benz SLC600

Are we getting too old to drive this car?  Srsly.



Conan O'Brien's Dartmouth Commencement Address

Conan O'Brien Delivers Dartmouth's Commencement Address
This may be the most humorous, and ultimately profound graduation speech ever given.

 I've noticed while watching embedded  videos on other sites that there's often a lot of stop and start stutters .  Cadence and timing are everything on this one, so if things get jerky go the source  By the way, I found this on Right Network which features a lot of very different and unusual content.

Time, Your Time is Up

Time Magazine: Constitution Doesn't Limit Government, ObamaCare Constitutional

Regular readers of Time magazine this week found in their mailbox yet another pile of leftist tripe in the vein of "the Constitution is a living document." This week's cover article by managing editor Richard Stengel is a freak show of anti-Constitutional babble including an assertion that the Constitution was not intended to limit government: "If the Constitution was intended to limit the federal government, it sure doesn’t say so...The truth is, the Constitution massively strengthened the central government of the U.S. for the simple reason that it established one where none had existed before."  Read more:

Newman and Redford

This comment to Stengel's "One Document, Under Siege"  is a starting point, but the left by now is so far off the US reservation that it's wasted effort to try.  I see a shoot-out with the Federales in this script.

Stengel needs to read the 10th Amendment " The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."    Healthcare is not an enumerated power thus making Obamacare unconstitutional.  Romneycare ( which I dislike) is state run and consistent with the 10th Amendment

Yeah, it's fake

Attention Deniers.  You've been served.

Gary Poyssick [was] an early employee of software giant Adobe System Inc. [He] was at the San Jose-based tech company when it counted no more than 14 employees, and he continues to advise and write on Adobe software products.

You've Been Served

Like "Liberal American Jewish suckers," posted just below, this story just wrote itself.  With her  Liberal American Jews,  Carolin Glick and I are pissing in the wind, but—  and call us crazy—   some things have to be said, and said again in hope of having them stick.  Yes, Gary Poyssick actually did say ...

  "I could have done a much better replica myself, if the president had asked," Poyssick told The Political Sandbox blog when the birth certificate first appeared and he opened the document in Adobe Illustrator. "The guy that did this is a bimbo in that he forgot to 'flatten' his works to soften the background edges so the fake letters blended, softly into the green paper.

But then you already knew that, or don't care.  La-la-la-la-la .....

Liberal American Jewish suckers

Liberal American Jewish suckers
Imagine how they would have swooned if Obama had confessed a secret love for bagels and lox.

This is a story that just wrote itself.  But if you want more Carolin Glick has it

No tickee, no laundry

No tickee, no laundry
All's well that ends well
[California] law requires legislators to enact the budget and send it to the governor by June 15 every year or be docked $400 a day until they get it right.


So when the democrat dominated legislature submitted a cobbled together piece of crap that looked like it was written that morning on the school bus,   Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed it.  Not to worry, the state controller John Chiang is a Democrat; he'd never dock their pay.  Wrong.  Chaing's math showed a budget that minimally spent $1.85 billion more than it would collect. Not even close.  "No tickee, no laundry" said detective Chaing,  Democrats were surprised; then outraged.

“John Chiang just wants to sit there and beat up on kids,” cried Assemblyman Mike Gatto of Los Angeles. “I now have to explain to my wife and daughter why we won’t be able to pay our bills because a politician chose to grandstand at our expense.”

The leader of the Democratic majority in the Assembly agreed, and promised to employ the great American solution: a lawsuit.

“Chiang is now focused all the attention on himself so he’ll have the next political move to become governor,” he said. “Now it will require a lawsuit to educate him.” He argues the controller violated the separation of powers in violation of the state constitution.

While Democrats ralph, a nation sick of California excess raffs out roud (oh stop it.  Hollywood  made those Charlie Chan movies).  Wes Pruden's tightly knitted narrative offers so much more fun (teacher unions) that you'll want to avail yourself, but his last is too good for me to pass up.

One state senator, Lonnie Hancock of Oakland, thinks he has found a novel source of savings. The state of California is spending $184 million a year to house and feed 714 prisoners on death row. California has executed “only” 13 prisoners since the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty in 1978.

Old age is the leading cause of death on death row, and Mr. Hancock argues that there’s no point in spending millions to keep people alive while it waits to kill them. This could be the beginning of another California trend.

Omg.  The back of my head hurts from all this rafter.