Saturday, October 29, 2011

Ten Men; One Woman


Man's Story

Eleven people were hanging on a rope, under a helicopter.

10 men and 1 woman.

The rope was not strong enough to carry them all, so they decided that
one had to leave.

Because otherwise they were all going to fall. They weren't able to choose that person, until the woman gave a very touching speech.

She said that she would voluntarily let go of the rope, because, as a woman, she was used to giving up everything for her husband and kids or for men in general, and was used to always making sacrifices with little in return.

As soon as she finished her speech, all the men started clapping . .



Honey Magic

RKOF&S Health Care

Did you know this?  I didn't.  Found out hospitals use it on burn patients. I cut my leg last week, applied honey under a bandage and it healed right up Then I ate the bandage.

Karma Cat ........

Karma Cat

Karma Cat

It's a fact that many (most?) serial killers torture animals as a child.  This is where a little pussy saves a kid from a life of crime.  Wait.  Maybe this launched him. 
Never mind. 

Free Loading Fleas ...

The Goose/Gander Thing

Va. tea party demands refund from city after Flea Party protests

Fleas in a bottle

Beauty.  Richmond charged the Teaparty $8000 for using the same space that the FP have occupied for several weeks—   for free.   The Atlanta Tea Party have raised similar complaints about Occupy Atlanta protests. A better course of action might be to demand that Flea Party's organizers, aka the CPUSA, et al, be forced to pay the same per diem as the teaparty. What the hell, Soros has deep pockets.  

Obamacare Boos

Healthcare law's popularity hits new low

Obamaare Boo

The key reason for the change, the poll found, was Democrats' waning support: Even though they remain more favorable to the law than Republicans and Independents, the proportion of Democrats with favorable views has decreased from about two-thirds to just 52 percent in October.

The poor polling numbers all but ensure that the law will be a handicap for many Democrats — and the president himself — going into the 2012 election. [...]

Late last month, Kaiser released its annual report on healthcare premiums showing a 9 percent hike in family premiums this year. Rather than driving premiums down by $2,500, as President Obama promised during the 2008 campaign, the healthcare law is responsible for about one sixth of that increase, according to Kaiser.

[The HILL]
The comments under this story are unusually piquant with nary a dissent in sight, e.g.—
Like Nancy D'Alesnadro from Baltimore, people are beginning to find out what's in the bill… Higher premiums for the people who pay the bills in this country to support a new entitlement program for people who don't.

I luv everything that Obama does though. I luv his healthcare

I hate Republicans and luv Obama

I have a gigantic man crush on Obama. If Obama were in front of me I would kneel down before him and worship him

I feel so gay!
I feel like such a gay poosey boy!!

Hail Obama !!

"The poll caps several weeks of bad news relating to the law. "

Weeks of bad news? People don't need "news" they are living the horrors of OBAMACARE. It's terrible already, just think when it goes into full blown effect in 2013 after the election.