As much as I'd love to keep the posts going through the holiday weekend....truth be told, I'm pooped. Hopefully I can take a couple of days to rest up a bit.
And now, for your holiday weekend pleasure...a very special Christmas tale where Joe Biden finally wins a debate....sort of.
If you're a Christian keep in mind that Christmas is a celebration of the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
If you're NOT a Christian keep in mind that Christmas is a celebration of the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Merry Christmas everyone!
h/t iOwnTheWorld for the video.Add a comment
Aides to Vice President Biden deny accusations that during signing of Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal he whispered into Obama's ear "this is a butt f**king deal"
Commemorating gays newfound ability to serve in the military Dems create a new Christmas carol titled "Have Yourselves a Fairy Little Christmas."
Democrat leadership finds strongest support for "filibuster reform" with members planning to switch to GOP in 2013.
Al Gore tells nations kids they'll soon have a chance to ask Santa about the devastating effects of global warming.Add a comment
Apparently atheists don't have enough faith to be atheists either. There's probably no god?!? Does that mean there probably is a God?
This sets up an interesting conundrum for atheist crusaders. If they are "probably right" about there being no God then everything will go black and when we die existence for us will cease to be.
If they are "probably wrong" and there is a God then what do they think will happen to them when they have to face Him in the next life?
Basically, they're damned if they don't, and they be damned if anyone could get them to "do."
By the way, I probably think atheists are a little stupid.
I would also say that it's most certainly true with a high degree of probability that "probably" is code for "definitely." Its also true with definite degree of probability that "stupid" is also meant to mean "seriously @$&#ed."
They don't believe in God, so they see no need for religion, which prompts them to start an atheist cult so they can tell the world they're "probably" right...
Meanwhile, all people of faith are the logically bankrupt ones in this equation?
How does anyone get this way? Were these people tied to a chair and fed a constant diet of paint chips and helium?
Oh, I'm sorry, am I being ridiuclous?
Also, what is it that atheists think we are consumed by that makes them feel the need to tell us to "stop worrying?" Because of their belief that God is in control people of faith are truly some of the most worry free people there are.
When anyone assumes you're something that you're not they're reallly projecting their own issues on to you. Without exception the non-religious people in my life are among the most miserable people I personally know. They can't enjoy their life because they get hung up on every little thing that goes wrong in it.
They sweat the small stuff because they don't think there is anything to look forward to after this life. So they want to get it while the gettin' is good, and they're never satisfied. They don't know what people of faith know...nothing material in this life can provide permanent or lasting happiness better than faithfulness to God.
This Christmas will be spent as it should be, celebrating the birth of the Son of God, and I'll be doing so happily, because believing in God makes my life more enjoyable.
I'm not going to worry about people who spend their lives WORRIED about making sure people knew that life PROBABLY has no point.
Honestly atheists, I don't care what you want to believe...but please just go find a dark sound-proof closet that you can "play dead" in, and stop trying to be a bummer to people who want to play in the light.
Just askin'...Now that they get to fight they can and will get a say in other things, right?
Obama thanks Putin for thank you card sent after START ratification, adds he didn't know Russian for "thanks" was "dosvedanya".
Dems propose new Don't Ask Don't Tell policy that allows Congress to never find out what is in bills after voting for them.
Dems say they might agree to GOP demand to read the Constitution in next Congress if someone would explain to them what it is.
Attorneys issue CIA cease and desist order upon creation of the WikiLeaks Task Force citing ownership of "WTF" branding by Obama Administration.Add a comment
Potential GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee says Sarah Palin’s wrong and Michelle Obama’s right, at least when it comes to the first lady’s push to combat childhood obesity.
“With all due respect to my colleague and friend Sarah Palin, I think she's misunderstood what Michelle Obama is trying to do,” the former Arkansas governor said Tuesday on the “Curtis Sliwa Show.”.....
(said Huckabee) “Michelle Obama's not trying to tell people what to eat or not trying to force the government's desires on people,” Huckabee said. “She’s stating the obvious, that we do have an obesity problem in this country.”
Yeah, this is why anyone with the name Huckabee shouldn't be elected president.
Remember when "Just Say No" had the force of law behind it? The Obama family is not merely "stating" anything. They are "telling" people what to do about it. I would say that Huckabee would be smart enough to know the difference, but his name is Huckabee.
How is the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act NOT an imposition of "the government's desires on people?" It's now law! I think the flashy lights of his Fox News studio are making Mikey a little blind to what is really obvious.
I know this is an issue near and dear to his heart, but if personal baggage made good law then toilet seats would be narrower than the human head and 10 year-old bed-wetters will be eligible for a presidential medal of honor when I'm in charge of this joint.
How about this? If anyone can tell me which federal law Huckabee used to guide him in dropping his 100 pounds I'll back off the issue, and because I'm a nice guy I wont make beeping sounds while I do it.
All Palin is doing is playing a little gander to Michelle's goose by employing Obama's BFF Saul Alinsky's fifth rule:
"Ridicule is man's most potent weapon. It is almost impossible to counteract ridicule. Also it infuriates the opposition, which then reacts to your advantage."
This kind of nonsense needs to be ridiculed until election day, when it can be defeated.Add a comment
This is kind of meant to be a companion piece to A Yuletide Target of Michelle Obama's War On Obesity?...
Biden is left despondent after realizing FCC Net Neutrality will do nothing to help his beloved L.A. Clippers.
Jon Stewart laments he could help preclude the 9-11 health bill by bestowing the healing power of laughter on first responders that are liberal.
Sen. Coburn says he would end opposition to 9-11 health compensation bill if it could be made deficit neural with "good intentions and pixie dust."Add a comment
Fears sparked Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal that Barney Frank will celebrate by "showing off his privates" ease with revelation he meant his harem of enlisted men.
Obama Administration says president rebounding from bad 2010 citing one poll that actually touts 75% approval among his immediate family .
Michelle Obama rejects warning of START treaty critics that it's passage is greater threat to national security than missiles carrying warheads made of ding dongs.Add a comment
"I want to say one thing about the budget that didn't get passed, the omnibus bill. You know, we talk a lot about – we just passed this huge tax cut in part because business said, you know, we have to plan, we have to know what kind of tax cuts we have. Well, these agencies, including the Defense Department, don't know how much money they've got and for what. And I was at – forgive the expression – a Christmas party at the Department of Justice and people actually were really worried about this," NPR's Totenberg said on PBS this weekend.
See the video at Real Clear Politics
Wait a second. Christmas is now an expression? Don't get me wrong, I'm kind of open to the idea because thinking of Christmas as the day the Son of God was born was...forgive the expression...heavier than growning gravitational pull threatening the objects that orbit Michael Moore.
While we're at it what other expressions should we forgive?
Barack Obama should be in a certain type of database for the way he – forgive the expression – molests those teleprompters.
Joe Biden could never be a teacher because he – forgive the expression – is sharper than a deflated soccer ball.
Before becoming a justice on the Supreme Court Elena Kagan should have – forgive the expression – gained some relevant experience on American Idol.
Michelle Obama is a very stylish and modern First – forgive the expression – Lady.
Harry Reid fought really hard for the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell because he is – forgive the expression – tired of only wearing the uniform for his Village People cover band.
The BP oil spill created a – forgive the expression – marine habitat for liberals.
Nancy Pelosi is not – forgive the expression – biodegradeable.
Rahm Emanuel wishes everyone – forgive the expression – a Merry F-ing C#*@$%mas.
NPR radio kind of – forgive the expression – makes my brain bleed out of my ears.
Luckily for Nina do you know who would forgive the expression of "Christmas Party?"......
Why the heck not?!? Even though it's not illegal actors can't smoke on screen anymore without someone having a fit. How could something like this not be next?
Hey! We could finally recognize Santa as a threat to national security! How progressive!Add a comment
Dems warn nation that unintended consequence of failed trillion dollar omnibus bill was line that would have prevent Helen Thomas from purchasing or using mistletoe.
After abrupt handover of press conferences to Bill and later Hillary Clinton, media calls Obama "comeback kid" upon hearing the former first couple shouting it.
Liberals support Reid in insistence Congress work through the holidays to hammer out liberal agenda since Christmas isn't when Obama was born anyway.Add a comment
In the spring of 2009, a Republican strategist settled on a brilliant and powerful attack line for President Barack Obama's ambitious plan to overhaul America's health insurance system. Frank Luntz, a consultant famous for his phraseology, urged GOP leaders to call it a "government takeover."
"Takeovers are like coups," Luntz wrote in a 28-page memo. "They both lead to dictators and a loss of freedom."
The line stuck. By the time the health care bill was headed toward passage in early 2010, Obama and congressional Democrats had sanded down their program, dropping the "public option" concept that was derided as too much government intrusion. The law passed in March, with new regulations, but no government-run plan....
By selecting "government takeover' as Lie of the Year, PolitiFact is not making a judgment on whether the health care law is good policy.
The phrase is simply not true.
Read the rest at PolitiFact.
Lie of the year? If there was a kid who failed kindergarten, and the school insisted that he be passed on to the next grade over the teachers protests that he never learned the basics, and therefore will be on the path to being illiterate as an adult, would that school say the teacher is telling the "lie of the year" because the child is not yet the grown-up idiot his teacher promises he'll be?
How do I know this isn't the lie of the year?
Well, I can start with Bawney up there...
"Of all tyrannies, a tyranny exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It may be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end, for they do so with the approval of their own conscience."
...and I can end with the fact that mankind wasn't born yesterday.Add a comment
Just 23% of Likely U.S. Voters now say the country is heading in the right direction, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey taken the week ending Sunday, December 12. Down three points from last week, it's the most pessimistic finding since January 2009.
Read the rest at Rassmussen Reports
I don't mean to be getting crazy with technical terms here, but who are these "looney tunes" who...
Are waiting with bated breath for directives from the government on what to eat so the good stuff can be reserved for them...
Want to be forced to use lightbulbs that look like they were designed by artists inspired by Helen Thomas...
Don't feel the only appropriate place to erect a statue memorializing Pelosi as the first female Speaker would be next to a pidgeon farm...
Think the government could eventually save money by mandating you cough when they grab your testicles by merging ObamaCare with the TSA...
Believe the economy is just ROCKIN' relative to not having one at all...
Are only frustrated when they wake up in the morning and they find the economy is barely treading water because the people aren't being taxed enough?
I can't believe this report doesn't start with "An astounding 23% of likely U.S. voters now say the country is heading in the right direction..." If this poll came out AFTER Harry Reid took back that monstrous omnibus bill I could begin to try understanding why this number is so high.
By the way where did the extra 10 points come from?
I think I got my answer on the 23% here.Add a comment
Bracing for Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal a new group, Gays for Armed-forces Remaining Straight Exclusive (Gays for ARSE), ask heterosexuals for advice on "legitimate" ways to say no to military recruiters.
Environmental groups announce new initiative to save trees by banning college diplomas after Washington DC area is found to contain the nation's most "educated."
Revelation from detained terrorists that Al Qaeda is planning attacks on Christmas triggers demand by the ACLU that the terrorist organization not steal their thunder.Add a comment