Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Goshdarn It, I Just Don't Get Donald Trump's Appeal

This Needs To Become A New Internet Meme

Friday, December 11, 2015

Dude, Are We Really Doing This?

It's getting a little late in the day to say this is still a fluke.

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

So There It Is

Monday, November 16, 2015

Random Lyrics Su Nulla In Particolare

Oh, can't anybody see?
We've got a war to fight
Never find our way
Regardless of what they say
How can it feel this wrong
From this moment
How can it feel this wrong

Storm in the morning light
I feel no more can I say
Frozen to myself
I got nobody on my side
And surely that ain't right
Surely that ain't right

Your ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Quote Of The Day

"If you want to know why Trump has lasted this long, watch this guy wag his finger and tell people who just watched homegrown jihadis in France gun people down for the second time this year that they’re being un-American for worrying about what’s driving that."

Friday, October 30, 2015

Halloween Twilight Zone Time

Lee Marvin, Rosco P. Coltrane, and Lee Van Cleef? You better believe it. One of the few Twilight Zones that I like that wasn't a morality tale but just a good old ghost story. 

It's A Music To Play When You're All Alone In Your Giant Mansion And Not At All Mad Music Friday

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Friday, October 23, 2015

Oh You Better Believe It's Nightmare Fuel Music Friday!

Just start the video while doing something else and see if it doesn't freak you out. I accidently left this on while I was watching a Vincent Price movie and I haven't slept in three days.

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Your [Shaking Head] Ohhhh, Canada Quote Of The Day

"Mr. Trudeau is an unapologetic pro-choice politician, even going so far as to deny pro-life Liberal members of Parliament a free vote on the question. That move is disturbing, not simply for what looks like callous disregard for human dignity, but for its undemocratic impulse."

So I Guess I Have To Say Something About This New Star Wars Movie

First of all, I'm getting kind of a Phantom Menace thing from all the hype. I'm actually surprised that anyone would give this kind of leeway to a new Star Wars movie after all the prequels were so terrible but whatever. Also, am I the only one who thought the battle action scenes (the ones not in space) in the trailers look kind of fakey like in Phantom Menace? CGI environments don't work in daytime, people (At least not yet apparently).

Second, the trailers seem to hint at an offspring of Luke (or Leia). When they first started talking about the three new young actors a while ago, I thought it would be the pilot guy who would be the heir because at the time they said something or other about how he was "the best pilot in the galaxy". But now I don't even think he's on the movie poster so whatever again. Then I thought it was the girl because they put her front and center and also because she looks like she's from Tatooine (that's Luke's home planet!)(or maybe the desert planet is Jakku??) and also she's a girl and this is 2015 and girls are exactly equal to men and "Take that!" say the SJWs. But now I'm thinking it's the John Boyega character since he's the only one of the three who seems to have a light saber in the trailer and the poster. And also "Take that!" say the SJWs because can you imagine the anger of all three of the people who had a problem with a black storm trooper or whatever if he's actually Luke's son?

But one thing, after the first trailer I thought Boyega was just part of the rebellion and he had stolen the stormtrooper uniform to escape from something but now they say he really is/was a stormtrooper. But how can this be since he's not Polynesian or whatever like the prequels told us all clones were? And does this mean that there are more of him and that in the next sequel he's going to have to fight himself/himselves?

Another thought I had is that the black guy... no not Boyega... the other black... I mean he's dressed all in black.... the villain guy, Rilo Kiley or whatever he's called, I thought he might be Luke's son and he turned bad like his grandfather (maybe the dark side always skips a generation like cancer or a predisposition to murdering younglings or something) and that's why he has Darth Vader's head because that seems like a normal thing to do if you're the son of a Jedi whose father was also a Jedi but who had turned evil because he couldn't stand Natalie Portman's acting. And also does his mask have a duckbill? Is that supposed to be some tie-in with Donald Duck and the whole Disney thing?

Oh, and apparently Chewbacca dies. In this last trailer the girl (Rey?) is crying over someone. At first I thought it was Luke (her father?) but then I remembered Jedis are magic and they disappear when they die, so it has to be someone who isn't a Jedi. And plus whoever it is looks kind of furry so Chewy?

And Just In Case You Thought That Last Post Was Just Some Isolated Nightmare-Fuelish Incident

It's Nightmare Fuel Wednesday!!

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Heh. Ouch.

Letterman, I watched as much as I could
Do you miss Letterman?
No. No. [But] I liked him.

And more ouch...

He should work at Tiffany’s.
Why, Jerry?
Because he’s dull.

Sunday, October 11, 2015


I checked and all but two of my striped ties follow this pattern. Freaky. It's like that toilet water rotation thing. (Click "CC" unless you're one of those weirdos that speak Japanese.)

Thank God Obama Wasn't President During WWII

Steve Kroft: Who's going to get rid of them (ISIS)?

President Barack Obama: Over time the community of nations will all get rid of them...

Friday, October 9, 2015

I'm Just Going To Leave This Right Here

From Hotair via Ace

Steve Kroft: A year ago when we did this interview, there was some saber-rattling between the United States and Russia on the Ukrainian border. Now it’s also going on in Syria. You said a year ago that the United States– America leads. We’re the indispensable nation. Mr. Putin seems to be challenging that leadership.

President Barack Obama: In what way?...

Your It's Time To Defund Quote Of The Day

"Faculty at the meetings noted that students’ emotional fragility has become a serious problem when it comes to grading. Some said they had grown afraid to give low grades for poor performance, because of the subsequent emotional crises they would have to deal with in their offices. Many students, they said, now view a C, or sometimes even a B, as failure, and they interpret such “failure” as the end of the world. Faculty also noted an increased tendency for students to blame them (the faculty) for low grades—they weren’t explicit enough in telling the students just what the test would cover or just what would distinguish a good paper from a bad one. They described an increased tendency to see a poor grade as reason to complain rather than as reason to study more, or more effectively"

It's A This Is Why I Don't Have Any Mirrors In The House Halloween Edition Music Friday

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Rest In Peace Yogi

I Heard The News Today, Oh Boy

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Random Stuff That Probably Could Have Been Made Into Posts But Whatever And Besides Football Is Starting

In 2016, Republicans have to defend a lot more seats than Democrats in the Senate and the consensus seems to be that Republicans are going to lose the majority there. Mitch McConnell knows this. So when he's making a promise to bring up some vote in 2017 he's not doing it expecting the wrath of conservatives, he's doing it knowing he can laugh at how stupid Republicans are.

Maybe we shouldn't elect a Republican president. After watching Obama get (historically) rolled by the Iranians on the nuke deal, I realize he's not exactly a good negotiator. But watching Republicans cave to Obama over and over, should we really expect any better with a Republican?

When Democrats win majorities their leadership pushes legislation that reflects the base even though it hurts members in purplish areas. When Republicans win majorities their leadership pushes legislation that hurts the base.

Maybe Obama really is a master negotiator. Maybe we're just forgetting which side he's negotiating for.

There's only one reason why Fox News has been number one for so many years, ideology. And no I'm not talking about Fox News's ideology. Where else in Hollywood/TV/Entertainment/Art would you let someone succeed without copying the formula and watering down their success while picking up a few bucks?

"In our constitutional democracy, as the majority recognized, the constitutional rights of minorities are not subject to the whims of the majority." But apparently it's perfectly fine to allow the majority to be ruled by the whims of the minority.

You can't expect a secular state (and a Supreme Court appointed by that secular state designed to protect that secularism) to care about the rights of the religious.

I seem to remember someone saying the reason civilized countries have periodic elections is because assassinations are the only other alternative. Given that we're not really given a choice of candidates with America's best interests at heart maybe we shouldn't be surprised if the alternative comes sooner than later.

The first step to fascism or shariah or whatever is not a Hitler-y figure seizing power, but the loss of the will of citizens not just to defend people who think differently, but to even tolerate different points of view.

(I don't know why I wrote this or what it was in reference to, but I like it. It may even become my new motto.) I wasn't aware that the chimpanzee was our model for behavior but if that's the case then a whole lot of people are about to get brained with a big stick because I want their stuff.

Things I Suddenly Realized All Of The Sudden Again

  • Synthetic gun oil smells suspiciously like cattle
  • The only real slam dunk choice to replace Jon Stewart would have been Mike Rowe.
  • I don't know why anyone's famous anymore
  • Political correctness is just fascism with a politically correct name.
  • There's not much difference between "everyone deserves a trophy" and "we need more women in science".
  • When you're your own patron, you look for inspiration. When you have a genuine patron, you only need to look for interpretation.
  • The threat of outsourcing a company to other countries loses its effectiveness when everyone already knows you're just going to insource your workers from those same countries if you choose to stay.
  • When Liberals look up progress in the dictionary they must see a different definition than the rest of us.
  • An enemy is just a friend (with nuclear weapons) you haven't lifted sanctions on.

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Friday, June 26, 2015

Time For Some Taking A Break Music

So anyway, I'm taking a breather from the news (and blogging) for a while because frankly it's making me stupid. Or stupider. Or maybe I'm not sure if I'm actually getting stupid or if the news itself has gotten so stupid that it's actually dipping below some critical level of my not-at-all discerning tastes and causing some sort of physical and mental reaction that manifests itself in slack-jawed, glazed-eyed bewilderment. Either way, I'm going to try and ignore most of it and see what happens. Oh well. Whatever.

Your Weeee! This Is Gonna Be Great! Quote Of The Day

"Get ready for a massive legal assault on houses of worship that refuse to accommodate same-sex weddings. Even legislation on the federal and state level may not be able to undo the broad opening that Kennedy et al has forced on the religious institutions and people in the US."

He's Like Midas But With Rainbows

Ball: Spiked

Music Friday-Languidly

Thursday, June 25, 2015

Your There Will Be No Reform Of SCOTUSCare Either Quote Of The Day

"One last thing. Because the Supreme Court has plucked Obamacare out of the normal Chevron framework, the IRS cannot now rescind the regulation, claiming it has a new interpretation of the ambiguous statute. If you’re wondering why the Chief Justice and the others went so far out of bounds, that’s your answer: they don’t want a President Rubio undoing the subsidies, which, applying Chevron deference, would have been perfectly reasonable to do. With Obamacare, the Court is saying the IRS cannot change its mind because the Court has already made its mind up."

Trolls Gotta Troll

Things I Suddenly Realized All Of A Sudden

  • When people say they will always love their spouses unconditionally are they discounting the possibility their spouse could someday become a werewolf?
  • The primary motivation for voting for Democrats isn't social justice or whatever, it's anger that someone else has something they don't have.
  • Stainless steel blades on pocket knives are worthless.
  • Nowhere is the phrase tempest in a teapot better exemplified than in the media.
  • On The Six Million Dollar Man they used slow motion to show that Steve Austin was moving really fast.
  • Where do skywriters practice their
  • If Microsoft was smart they would just release the names of the people who designed Windows 8 and let the masses deal with them.
  • None of the women being proposed to appear on our currency were more important to this country than Andrew Jackson was.

Remember Today When Republicans Say We Need To Elect Them Or Liberals Will Control The Courts

Yes but yesterday we were campaigning. Then you voted.

Yep. Exactly.

Your The Washington Post = Real Journalism Quote Of The Day

 "I think I sold him a lollipop in a nightclub, Mr. Fuji's Tropicana. It was 1992. He was very charming. He was very sweet. I gave him a lollipop for some reason."

Tuesday, June 23, 2015


Helping the hated Cards win a game? Yep, I stand by my opinion that squirrels are the minions of Satan.

I Read The News Today... But I Don't Know Why

Friday, June 19, 2015


Via AceO'Spades

Hmmmm. I'm old enough to remember when the majority of extremist attacks were from environmentalists. I guess they're considered jihadists now since they certainly aren't right-wingers. Er... pardon, non-jihadists.

Hello Me, It's Music Friday

Mmmm....That's Some Good Journalism

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Your Reality Takes Another Savage Beating Quote Of The Day

President Obama is standing by Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Director Katherine Archuleta despite a series of massive data breaches that have shaken the federal government, the White House said Wednesday.
“The president does have confidence that she is the right person for the job,” spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters.

Wednesday, June 3, 2015


Thursday, May 28, 2015

And You're Getting A Second Quote Of The Day Since I Find This Kind Of Amusing. Let's Call It Your No Seriously What Are Her Qualifications Again? Quote Of The Day

"Despite the assumption that Clinton could quickly inherit supporter lists generated for President Obama... legal hurdles and an abundance of caution have slowed any transfer or sharing of those lists of names... "

I Heard The News Today, Oh Boy

Your Only Bad People Oppose President Precious Quote Of The Day

In rolling out the final rule Wednesday, the administration questioned the motives of opponents.

“The only people with reason to oppose the rule are polluters who want to threaten our clean water,” said Brian Deese, Obama’s top environmental adviser.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Your In Soviet Russia... Quote Of The Day

"If you glance at the headlines, you might think this was a by now familiar I’ve-searched-my-conscience statement of moral “evolution” by a political figure. Nope. Gates isn’t trying to persuade here. He’s warning BSA officials in fairly dire terms: The courts are coming for us."

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

It's Conspiracy Theory Time

Why is the mayor of Philadelphia wearing a Clinton Global Initiative shirt? (hattip to someone on twitter.)

In completely unrelated news, investigators at the scene have (allegedly) found holes dug into the track bedding, almost as if something like a woodchuck on crack had been burrowing into it in order to change a national political narrative or something. Investigators said this "burrowing" most likely occurred under cover of darkness, and that the few eyewitness accounts they have, while sketchy at best, all reportedly included the phrases "stout ankles" and "smelled of gin".

Time For Your Quote Of The Day - Now Backed Up By Video!

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Your Free-ish Speech Quote of The Day

"In Russia is freedom of speech. In America is also freedom after speech." -- Yakov Smirnoff (probably)

"Well...sort of..." -- America

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Journalism: Is There Anything It Can't Do?

Oh My

Yeah, I didn't have the same reaction as Ace but watching someone on MSNBC of all places turning against Obama (and questioning his racial makeup?) is pure schadenfreude. Get out the popcorn because then you know what happens...

Your Wait...What? Quote Of The Day

Alito: Well, what if there's no -- these are 4 people, 2 men and 2 women, it's not--it's not the sort of polygamous relationship, polygamous marriages that existed in other societies and still exist in some societies today. And let's say they're all consenting adults, highly educated. They're all lawyers. What would be the ground under--under the logic of the decision you would like us to hand down in this case? What would be the logic of denying them the same right?
Bonauto: Number one, I assume the States would rush in and say that when you're talking about multiple people joining into a relationship, that that is not the same thing that we've had in marriage, which is on the mutual support and consent of two people. Setting that aside, even assuming it is within the fundamental right –

Friday, April 24, 2015


Via ExJon on the AoSHQ podcast, the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation isn't even rated as a charity organization?

Bill Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation


Why isn't this organization rated?
We had previously evaluated this organization, but have since determined that this charity's atypical business model can not be accurately captured in our current rating methodology. Our removal of The Clinton Foundation from our site is neither a condemnation nor an endorsement of this charity. We reserve the right to reinstate a rating for The Clinton Foundation as soon as we identify a rating methodology that appropriately captures its business model.

What does it mean that this organization isn’t rated?
It simply means that the organization doesn't meet our criteria. A lack of a rating does not indicate a positive or negative assessment by Charity Navigator.

No Need To Leave So Soon, It's Music Friday

Thursday, March 26, 2015

President(?) Mean Girls

Just when I thought I had Barack Obama pegged, he throws a hair brush in the gears. I've been liking Ace's analogy of Obama being a prepubescent mean girl who just lashes out irrationally whenever things occur which go beyond his understanding but as I've been watching his negotiations with Iran I'm starting to realize that maybe we need to flesh that out a little more. Obama wants a deal with Iran bad. Like real bad. Don't bother asking why it's so goshdarn important to hash out a deal right effin' now, no matter how terrible and no matter whether the next president will even honor any such deal not supported by congress, but he wants it bad and he wants it now. In fact, he wants it so bad that he's willing to let Iran continue to run its NUCLEAR centrifuges inside a fortified bunker (where Israel can't get them. burn.) because it's all about pleasing... well this is where I have a problem. In all the mockery of Obama being a silly little mean girl I never considered that maybe Obama's not even the alpha mean girl. It's just assumed that he's the head mean girl, sending off his underlings to do his bitchy little bidding. But maybe he's not the head mean girl. Maybe he's the less pretty mean girl who has to go around trying to please everyone because he grew up in a broken home with a distant mother and absent father and he's looking for affirmation from anyone who will give it to him, even, or apparently especially, if it includes a horrible Armageddon-enabling deal with Iran. Just a guess but it does seem to fit his behavior of late. So, I guess that begs the exit question, Who is the head mean girl.

And just as an aside, why is it that George W. had to deal with people saying he had daddy issues because George H.W. "didn't finish the war in Iraq" or whatever, but Obama, whose father left him at an early age and whose mother bounced around from man to man, is immune from any such "he's got daddy issues" analysis?

p.s. Oh, and by the way, Obama doesn't have a bedazzled lavender diary with stickers of One Direction on it to let out all his emotional crashes, he has Israel.

Things I Suddenly Realized All Of A Sudden All Over Again

  • When did Family Feud stop being a family show?
  • The urge to do some poppin' and lockin' must be overwhelming for sign language interpreters.
  •  Why are there so many cornfields in horror movies? Is agriculture really that scary to city dwellers?
  • "Fatwa" sounds like the word a magician uses when he reveals the rabbit.
  • Is there any animal that mankind hasn't strapped a camera to?
  • So does Chex Mix actually sell those Böring chip bags or what?
  • I will never get tired of millionaires lecturing non-millionaires about inequality.

Your Tweet Of Like A Few Weeks Ago

Your Quote Of Like A Couple Weeks Ago

But still pretty amazing. (Via Karol Markowics.)

“The critical question is not, ‘How can we thwart or destroy the (ISIS) caliphate?’ because attempts to do that will likely backfire. Rather the question is, ‘How can we live with and transform the idea and reality of a caliphate – and one that will be nuclear-capable probably sooner rather than later – into something that does not threaten other peoples’ ways of life?’ That is a question for everyone, but it is not even on our political radar.”

How Negotiations With Barack Obama Work

Iran: Five thousand centrifuges or we walk!

Obama: Well you're probably going to need more than that to maintain your weapons program so how about 6000?

Iran: No Five thou....wait what?

Your Tweet Of The Day

We're In Good Hands

Via Hotair. And in case you forgot, Yemen is the country that Obama has cited as a counter terrorism success so, of course, it went into a tailspin. King Reverse-Midas strikes again. Oh, and I actually laughed when Jonathan Karl said, "That's astounding". Seriously, we're in good reality-based hands.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Might As Well Throw This Out There Now

So I guess today is some sort of big day at the Supreme Court if you believe in whatever who cares it's Obama's America now. I mean if you're into that sort of thing. But anyway, at issue is some of the not at all confusing wording in the Affordable care Act. When ObamaCare was first passed, the government was trying to drag the more ornery states into creating their own exchanges so they said states that don't set up their own exchanges can't get subsidies for health care. Or as Obama Care adviser and unhelpful blabbermouth put it, "What’s important to remember politically about this is if you’re a state and you don’t set up an exchange, that means your citizens don’t get their tax credits—but your citizens still pay the taxes that support this bill. So you’re essentially saying [to] your citizens you’re going to pay all the taxes to help all the other states in the country. I hope that that’s a blatant enough political reality that states will get their act together..." Of course, when only 14 states set up their own exchanges they changed their minds and decided to ignore all that noise because, quote, Fuck you, we're the government, unquote. So everyone gets subsidies, Oprah style! even though that's not what the law explicitly says. The crux of the matter is that if it is overturned (or I guess if the Obama administration's interpretation is disallowed), ObamaCare goes into a death spiral (or possibly not) and blows up into an unimaginable armageddon machine of pain, laying waste to cities like some prehistoric dinosaur-extincting meteorite of death. If it's upheld then the same thing happens only slower. Anyway, in order to uphold the dignity of the Supreme Court, it's time to get plastered and lay some wagers. Here's your odds, bet accordingly.

It's overturned. I wanted to put this one at infinity to 1 but even crazy soccer dads in England who bet that their 3 month old son will make it to the Premier League get better odds than that so I'll just set it at 300 to 1. I would go higher except I'm saving that for the next one...

A Liberal votes to overturn. 400 to 1. Think back to any important contentious court case in recent years and try to think of a Liberal switching sides. Doesn't happen. Although this quote from Justice Kagan kind of makes me kind of nervous to put up these sorts of odds;
the Court does not revise legislation . . . just because the text as written creates an apparent anomaly.” “Such anomalies often arise from statute,” and “this Court has no roving license . . . to disregard clear language simply on the view that . . . Congress ‘must have intended’ something broader,” even if the language used by Congress “makes not a whit of sense.” 
Still, not going to happen.

Unanimous decision either way. Yeesh, ok maybe this is the most unlikely thing to happen. I already used 400 to 1 and this is way more unlikely so maybe I'll put this at like 500 to 1.

Justice Roberts switches sides (to the Liberal side, that is) and upholds. 3-2. It's hard to imagine that someone who did the gymnastics he did to uphold ObamaCare during the last challenge would choose now to scuttle it.

A conservative other than Roberts switches sides to cast the deciding vote to uphold. Dark Horse! This is the one that haunts my nightmares. Kennedy is the obvious one but I keep thinking up scenarios where one of the justices side with the Upholders on some strange bit of legal arcana. I'll give it 20-1. For now.

A non-5-4 decision. Not counting unanimous decisions, 30 to 1. Just not feeling 6 to 3, 7 to 2 or 8 to 1. I want to make these really terrible odds but surprisingly a lot of Supreme Court rulings lately seem to fall here. Just not on big newsworthy stuff.

SMOD destroys all life on Earth. 1 to 1 odds. Because it will happen. Eventually.

p.s. Oh, and all other possibilities are... quite inconsequential.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Random Lyrics Of Randomness

I've got a cupboard with cans of food
Filtered water and pictures of you
And I'm not coming out until this is all over
And I'm looking through the glass
Where the light bends at the cracks
And I'm screaming at the top of my lungs
Pretending the echoes belong to someone
Someone I used to know

And we become silhouettes when our bodies finally go

I wanted to walk through the empty streets
And feel something constant under my feet
But all the news reports recommended that I stay indoors
Because the air outside will make
Our cells divide at an alarming rate
Until our shells simply cannot hold
All our insides in and that's when we'll explode

And it won't be a pretty sight

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Damn, Second Look At Giuliani?

Just a post to point out that Rudy Giuliani's recent statement that "Obama doesn't love America" wasn't some off the cuff statement. Here he is, not just dropping truth bombs, but waging freaking war on President Idiot Savant.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

I Heard The News Today, Oh Boy

Yes, It's Time For Some Cherubically Random Lyrics

Freak out, give in
Doesn't matter what you thought you knew
Stay cool
And be somebody's fool this year
'Cause they know
Who is righteous, what is bold I'm told

Hipsters unite
Come align for the big fight to rock (for you)
All those angels and their wings glued on
'Cause deep down
They are frightened and they're scared
If you don't stare

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

He Is Who We Thought He Were

I'm going to assume everyone heard what happened in France last week. And as a response history invited the leaders of the free world to march together and symbolically stand against those that would use violence to silence speech and freedom and, of course, Obama decided not to show up. And this looks bad. I mean real bad. Heck, this might be one of those trivial failures of leadership that would make even liberals who write history worried that history might be unfair to Obama. And since Obama is above providing excuses for behavior ill-befitting a president as clearly awesome as he is, I, in a spirit of bipartisanshipness, might as well provide a few possible excuses as to why he was unable to attend. Not that he requires them.
  • Guess who picked "Keep Joe from putting his tongue on frozen lamp posts" out of the hat this month. It's freakin' winter! That's a full time job!
  • He totally missed it on purpose. Can't you just imagine how the Republicans are going to embarrass themselves by over-reaching on this one? Checkmate jerks!
  • To be fair, he said he had a pen and a phone and he was going to use them. He never said anything about Air Force One.
  • Right, like he's just going to start presidenting right after he just came back from vacation. You've got to ease back into these things or you're going to pull a muscle.
  • Let's just say that when he was in Hawaii he picked up a certain "package" from a certain old "gang" and there was no way he was going to let that get moldy.
  • Excuse me but they specifically invited the leaders of the free world. Obama's the president of America.
  • What part of "The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam" don't you understand?
  • What's the big deal, history gives do overs, right?

Monday, January 12, 2015

Monday, January 5, 2015

I Heard The News This Year, Oh Boy

We Certainly Were Wise To Hitch Our Wagons To His Star

"Although Democrats lost big at the polls, and Republicans will have control of both chambers of Congress over the next two years, the White House believes it has put the GOP on the defensive over the past two months."

p.s. And if you're wondering about the phrase "less politically constrained" that the Royal Court Of Obama (the press) keeps using, it translates to, approximately, unaccountable but with a large dose of cowardice.