Hey, since I go in Thursday for a colonoscopy, and Wednesday I can not eat a damn thing (wonder if that also includes ******), and since we need to go shopping for some stuff on Tuesday, no gym in the morning for us until Friday. Should be interesting for sure.
And then on Thursday? After the colonoscopy? Do you think I will eat? Hell yes I will eat! Told wife, depending on the time of this colonoscopy and when I get out, at most I will eat just a tiny bit to save it all from the all you can eat steak night at the casino. Yes, my stomach will be stuffed with good animal protein. Thus my colon will get a flood of such!
I doubt anyone except those idiots in the White House would blame the SEALs for being pissed after watching Obama take full credit for a mission they conducted from start to finish.
Via Daily Mail:
Serving and former US Navy SEALs have slammed President Barack Obama for taking the credit for killing Osama bin Laden and accused him of using Special Forces operators as ‘ammunition’ for his re-election campaign.
The SEALs spoke out to MailOnline after the Obama campaign released an ad entitled ‘One Chance’.
In it President Bill Clinton is featured saying that Mr Obama took ‘the harder and the more honourable path’ in ordering that bin Laden be killed. The words ‘Which path would Mitt Romney have taken?’ are then displayed.
Besides the ad, the White House is marking the first anniversary of the SEAL Team Six raid that killed bin Laden inside his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan with a series of briefings and an NBC interview in the Situation Room designed to highlight the ‘gutsy call’ made by the President.
Mr Obama used a news conference today to trumpet his personal role and imply that his Republican opponent Mr Romney, who in 2008 expressed reservations about the wisdom of sending troops into Pakistan, would have let bin Laden live.
‘I said that I’d go after bin Laden if we had a clear shot at him, and I did,’ Mr Obama said. ‘If there are others who have said one thing and now suggest they’d do something else, then I’d go ahead and let them explain it.’
Top five cliches that liberals use to avoid real arguments….
One of the great differences between conservatives and liberals is that conservatives will freely admit that they have an ideology. We’re kind of dorks that way, squabbling over old texts like Dungeons and Dragons geeks, wearing ties with pictures of Adam Smith and Edmund Burke on them.
But mainstream liberals from Franklin Roosevelt to Barack Obama — and the intellectuals and journalists who love them — often assert that they are simply dispassionate slaves to the facts; they are realists, pragmatists, empiricists. Liberals insist that they live right downtown in the “reality-based community,” and if only their Republican opponents weren’t so blinded by ideology and stupidity, then they could work with them.
This has been a theme of Obama’s presidency from the start. A couple of days before his inauguration,Obama proclaimed: “What is required is a new declaration of independence, not just in our nation, but in our own lives — from ideology and small thinking, prejudice and bigotry” (an odd pronouncement, given that “bigoted” America had just elected its first black president).
In his inaugural address, he explained that “the stale political arguments that have consumed us for so long no longer apply. The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works.”
Whether the president who had to learn, in his own words, that there’s “no such thing” as shovel-ready projects — after blowing billions of stimulus dollars on them — is truly focused on “what works” is a subject for another day. But the phrase is a perfect example of the way liberals speak in code when they want to make an ideological argument without conceding that that is what they are doing. They hide ideological claims in rhetorical Trojan horses, hoping to conquer terrain unearned by real debate.
Read more HERE.
Tony Robbins breaks the national debt down to levels even a liberal could understand in this video. I think. Remember, most liberals don’t believe (libs are big on “believing”…think global warming) the national debt is anything to be concerned about. Robbins also shows how seizing all the profits from those evil corporations will only buy the federal government a few days of spending.
So maybe Tony Robbins has done something positive by showing those liberals the difference between millions, billions and trillions of dollars. Maybe in his next one he can teach them the difference between welfare and jobs!
Am thinking Bubba is missing his cigar holders (do I have to explain that one?).
Former President Bill Clinton may be keeping busy with his humanitarian efforts in his post-White House days, but he still keeps plenty of time to do one thing: hit the links.
Clinton recently sat down for an interview with David Feherty, host of the late-night Golf Channel show Feherty, for an episode scheduled to air May 14. The two talked politics, philanthropy, and, of course, the game. [...]
On his time in office, Clinton said, “I loved it. I loved every day of it. It’s a good thing we had a two-term limit — I’d have made them vote me out or take me out in a pine box.” Feherty, apparently a Bubba fan, said, “Well, there’s a lot of people wishing you were still there.” Clinton laughed and quipped, “And some wishing they’d taken me out in a pine box.”
Am thinking that Farrakhan wants his own show on MSNBC.
Via The Blaze:
According to the Hon. Minister Louis Farrakhan:
But hey, it is okay for muslims to burn bibles, churches, kill Christians without any need to apologize!
(PressTV) — The Iranian Foreign Ministry condemns burning of the Holy Quran by a US pastor, saying the measure is in line with the failed Western project of spreading Islamophobia.
“Without doubt, these lowly measures by the US pastor will result in religious hatred and in the wrath and resentment of the Muslims all over the world,” the ministry said in a statement on Monday.
On April 29, a radical American pastor, Terry Jones, who on the anniversary of 9/11 attacks last year burnt copies of the Muslim holy book, repeated his heinous act at a Florida church.
The statement further criticized Washington for failing to confront those responsible for the recent Quran burnings at the US-run Bagram Airbase, in Afghanistan, saying such silence has made extremists such as Jones more aggressive in their behaviour.
The US government should make an immediate apology to the world of Islam, the statement concluded.