If you can believe the tabloids, Tiger Woods' girlfriends are costing him around $750 million. According to one calculation, that's about $25 million per wench. No offense to any ladies reading this, but that's a helluva a lot to pay for a little variety. Call me old-fashioned, but I happen to believe in "Till death do you part." If one wants to stray, one should get divorced first.
He should have taken Harper's advice and Passed Up Strange…
Who woulda thunk that the obama administration would indulge in reverse racism?
I have to admit that if me and mine had been treated like second class citizens for generations, I might be tempted to seek a little payback. But I hope I would be up-front enough to admit it, and not throw up a screen of bullshit.
A former Justice Department attorney who quit his job to protest the Obama administration's handling of the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case is accusing Attorney General Eric Holder of dropping the charges for racially motivated reasons.
J. Christian Adams, now an attorney in Virginia and a conservative blogger, says he and the other Justice Department lawyers working on the case were ordered to dismiss it.
Adams says the dismissal is a symptom of the Obama administration's reverse racism and that the Justice Department will not pursue voting rights cases against white victims.
(Video here.)So if I happen to stand around outside my local polling place in 2012, holding a baseball bat and wearing a "Don't Tread On Me" shirt, that's okay? I'm sure
And The Hits Just Keep On Coming...
(Or in other words, I got tired of counting in Latin)
Like I said, I'm tired of tracking down original sources for much of the stuff I use. So I'm just going to post the following with only a reference to where I found it. I don't see the need to validate it further. After all, if it's on the Internet, it must be true - right...?
Advocates for illegal aliens lately have informed us those can be legitimate lifestyle choices that, rather than being prosecuted, should be supported by allowing people to obtain government papers such as driver’s licenses without having to produce supporting documents, and that people who lack legal authority to be here should be allowed to move freely, work, attend schools and receive government benefits.Do I really need to comment on this foolishness?
One more: Oil spill visits get partisan
Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) wanted to fly 10 lawmakers down to the Gulf of Mexico to see the damage caused by BP’s gigantic oil spill first hand.
House Democrats said no.
Scalise’s trip was rejected for a variety of bureaucratic and logistical reasons, but it has also opened a new vein of partisan squabbling over who should be allowed to arrange a trip to view the impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Republicans want to be able to take trips using their office spending allowance. But Democrats have heard from the Department of Homeland Security, which has asked that Congress organize trips through committees of jurisdiction, to avoid having to cater to a ton of individual lawmakers in a disaster zone, Democratic aides say. GOP leaders say they’ve heard nothing of this.
The squabbling over who gets to travel to the Gulf on whose dime is the latest sign that congressional oversight of the oil spill oversight from Capitol Hill has been bogged down by partisanship. Congress has held upwards of 20 hearings on the disaster, often duplicative ones each week, as lawmakers struggle to grasp and fully realize the scope of BP’s giant oil spill.The federal government is so dysfunctional that at this point the only solution is to throw every single Goddamn one of 'em out this Nov. - repubs and dems; conservatives and liberals; men and women; black and white and brown and yellow and striped and polkadotted - EVERY Goddamn worthless scum-sucking one of 'em!!! There ain't a single incumbent worth the gunpowder it would take to blow him/her away.
I feel the need for Shiners. Many, many Shiners...