This young…man, is at the Capitol protesting the dictatorship of Scott Walker. There is another dictatorship that he has to deal with in his sad, oppressed life, and that’s his job over at…Noodles. Poor young pup! I wonder what he would think of a real dictatorship. Here’s the video that inspired me to make the memes below.
This has to be seen to be believed. I want more of this guy, blaring on the tee vee 24/7. Romney could not run a more effective ad for defeating the left.
Meet five “Garbage Pail Kids” who scavenge trash for treasure.
Will history remember Bill Gates and forget Steve Jobs?
A guy shot a mama bear, then tried to sell her cubs at a California gas station.
Tomorrow could well see the largest pro-Internet protest in history.
Now if 60% of the Supreme Court agrees!
(FOX News) — Nearly six in ten American voters want the Supreme Court to overturn at least part of the 2010 health care law, according to a new Fox News poll. . . . Click here to view the full results.
The poll, released Friday, finds 38 percent of voters think the Supreme Court should toss out the entire law, while another 21 percent would keep most of the law, but invalidate the mandate for Americans to buy health insurance. Three voters in 10 think the court should let the entire law stand (30 percent).
When asked directly if the requirement to buy health insurance is a violation of individual rights protected by the Constitution, 60 percent of voters say yes — almost identical to the number who think the court should overturn at least that part of the health care law. . . .
A 65-percent majority of Republicans and a 40-percent plurality of independents want the law overturned completely. Some 14 percent of Democrats agree.
In general, more voters oppose the new health care law than favor it (49-40 percent). In April, soon after the court heard oral arguments, 53 percent were opposed and 40 percent favored it.
Slightly more voters say they trust Barack Obama (43 percent) than Mitt Romney (40 percent) to handle the health care issue. Nine percent say “neither.”
WTF? You know exactly what is going on here?
Two things here: one is that our dollar is going to buy less and less and the euro will be just printed pretty paper (you all know the euro is not backed by any government? not even by the european union? check it out some time).
The stimulus ship sets sail….
The pressure is building on central banks worldwide to do the one thing they think works: print money. Expect to see QE3 bond-buying from the Fed, and similar moves in Europe, very soon.
Oscar-winning producer Gerald Molen hasn’t heard back from the principal at Ronan High School in Montana since the official told Molen his conservative views made him unfit to give the school’s commencement address.
But Molen is hearing plenty from his fellow Montana residents about this seemingly clear-cut case of ideological censorship.
“Everybody has been blown away that something like this has happened,” Molen tells Big Hollywood. “It’s amazing the number of people who have called or gotten my email address.”
So far, Molen’s Hollywood peers haven’t reached out to him about the cancellation. He expects that will change this weekend as news of the incident spreads. But he predicts only those sympathetic to his conservative point of view will ring him up.
When Breitbart News asks if his liberal peers in the movie industry should be equally concerned about his censorship cause, he answers, “you’d think so.”
The award-winning producer, whose credits include “Schindler’s List,” “Rain Man” and “Jurassic Park,” says his career hasn’t suffered since become more vocal about his conservative beliefs.
The same can’t be said of his right-of-center colleagues.
“I have heard of occasions [of industry bias against conservatives] … we all have,” he says. Being conservative in Hollywood today, as opposed to in the past, is “like an open wound … people on the Left are much more vocal.”
And the current A-list crowd is part of the reason why, he suggests.
Forget the fact that Obama broke his promise of televising the healthcare debate on CSPAN. Forget how angry you were when Democrats used the procedure of reconciliation to pass ObamaCare.
A new report from the House Energy & Commerce Committee will make all of that seem small…
When I first read the report from the House Energy & Commerce Committee, there was something very familiar about it. Sure enough, I first wrote about this back in August of 2009. Pleas read this…
David Axelrod’s Dirty Ties to “Healthcare Reform”
I’m reminded of the scandal that engulfed the Obama Administration in 2009 when they were caught using the National Endowment for the Arts to promote Obama’s agenda, including ObamaCare. John Hinderaker of the Powerline Blog wrote a comprehensive piece about that which you can read here.
The bottom line is that Obama and his inner circle entered the White House with an agenda they knew wouldn’t pass muster with the American people if they just told us the truth.
They were determined to get what they wanted, no matter how unethical and dishonest the means.
The American people have been subjected to propaganda by this administration.
The worst part is that in some cases, we even paid for it.
Read it all here
The princess pelosi is really a joker!
Yesterday I posted about how Alan Dershowitz alleged that Zimmerman prosecutor Angela Corey called up Harvard Law School complaining about Dershowitz and treatening to sue for libel based on Dershowitz’s criticisms of her handling of the case.
The whole incident seemed strange, and reflected conduct that should be off limits for any prosecutor and certainly for a senior prosecutor on a high profile case.
It appears, however, that the Dershowitz incident was no isolated incident. According to Ron Littlepage, a columnist for the (Jacksonville) Florida Times-Union, Corey has done this several times before:
Last December when I wrote a column critical of how she handled the Cristian Fernandez case, she fired off a two-page, single-spaced letter on official state attorney letterhead hinting at lawsuits for libel.
In the letter, she called me out for my “lack of knowledge and objectivity about the workings of the criminal justice system.” Ouch. I think she called me stupid….
Then there’s Corey’s spat with Sandy D’Alemberte.
D’Alemberte is a former president of the American Bar Association, a former president of Florida State University and a law professor — not too shabby in the legal credentials department.
When Corey was appointed to head up the investigation into the shooting death of Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman, D’Alemberte had this to say:
“I cannot imagine a worse choice for a prosecutor to serve in the Sanford case. There is nothing in Angela Corey’s background that suits her for the task, and she cannot command the respect of people who care about justice.”
Earlier, D’Alemberte had criticized Corey in the Fernandez case. The reaction then: A public records request from her office to FSU seeking all emails, text messages and phone messages involving D’Alemberte related to Fernandez.
Then there was this:
Face it, Americans do not want a freaking nanny state telling us what we can and can not eat and drink!
It appears a majority of Americans aren’t too sweet on New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proposed soda ban.
Nearly two in three, or 64 percent, would not support a ban on large, sugary drinks in their own community, versus 36 percent who would favor capping the drinks at 16 oz., a Reuters/Ipsos poll found.
The same split was found on the issue of public health versus government overreach.
Bloomberg’s plan, which is specific to movie theaters, restaurants, delis, street carts and sports arenas, gives the government far too much control over people’s decisions about their personal dietary choices, 64 percent said. But 36 percent applauded the mayor’s plan, agreeing that it’s a good public health move to reduce obesity and cut healthcare costs.
About seven out of 10, or 71 percent, say they don’t believe that limiting soda cup sizes will actually have an impact on obesity rates.
Do what they did in WWII with traitors….get a squad, ask that squad is he guilty. Then 15 minutes later, put this asshole against a wall and the squad shoots his ass dead!
AUSTIN, Texas — A military judge delayed a pretrial hearing Friday after Maj. Nidal Hasan, accused in the 2009 mass shooting at Fort Hood, appeared in a military courtroom sporting a full beard that his attorneys said he grew for religious reasons.
Col. Gregory Gross called the beard, which violated Army grooming regulations, a disruption to court proceedings and halted the hearing, Fort Hood officials said. Gross said a new hearing would be held soon — possibly next week — and that Hasan would have to watch proceedings outside the courtroom on closed-circuit television unless he complied with an order to “appear with proper military grooming standards,” Fort Hood officials said.
Over the past two years, Hasan, who remains an active duty service member, has appeared in court clean-shaven and with closely cropped hair. Hasan appeared Friday with a full beard and longer hair.
Defense attorneys cited cases of other soldiers who were granted permission to grow their beards during a court-martial for religious reasons and indicated they would file an exception to the grooming policy based on religious accommodation, Fort Hood officials said. Hasan is Muslim.
Army Regulation 670-1-8 allows neatly trimmed mustaches, but prohibits beards, goatees and handlebar mustaches.
Friday’s hearing was supposed to focus on a defense request for a neurologist, various discovery matters and a defense motion to delay the court-martial from Aug. 20 until December. Gross did not rule on any of the motions but indicated he is not inclined to grant another delay in the court-martial, which originally was to begin in March.
Dear Gov. Romney, please don’t pick Chris Christie as your running mate Please do not pick this fat ass islamic loving asshole! Keep him in New Jersey!
Just so you can have better dreams tonight.