Thursday, August 27, 2009
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen said today he won’t defend the state
against a lawsuit...
Let's see what he had to say about a different law.
"It's really the job of the legislature to be making those public policyAgain, he's wrong. But this time in the opposite direction. Even business owners are critical of van Hollen's handling of the Minimum Markup Law.
decisions," Van Hollen explained. "It's not the job of the Dept. of Justice, or
The gas stations had no indication that "the attorney general was planningAt any rate, if he's not up to upholding the law he's probably not gubernatorial material, either. But if he does decide to run, I offer up this slogan to Fraley, free of charge. "JB van Hollen. He's in the tank already."
to throw the case—until he did so by failing to appeal," Posner added.
Monday, August 24, 2009
Saturday, August 22, 2009
How Favre's arrival affects [John David] Booty remains to be seen, other
than he gave up his No. 4 jersey. Now wearing No. 9, Booty said he gladly handed
over his jersey number and laughed when asked if he received any financial
I couldn't help but think of this.
Let's go back up to my office and talk about this like two reasonableDoes that make me a bad person? (It's pronounced Big Boo-tay.)
If Favre is really committed to this whole, "running out the string," thingie, shouldn't he be learning how to kick field goals, too?
If you want to learn how to say, "Whatever," using only body language check out the tape of Tarvaris Jackson being congratulated by Brent after his touchdown pass. That cold shoulder could freeze the tundra again.
Friday, August 21, 2009
"That's why people need to continue to go to the town halls, continue to
melt the phone lines of their liberal members of Congress," said Bachmann, "and
let them know, under no certain circumstances will I give the government control over my body and my health care decisions."
Thursday, August 20, 2009
Is it going to be mayor of Elroy? Is it going to be the United States
Senate? Is it going to be governor? Whatever the case may be, I feel I've got
one more good strong campaign still within me, and I still love politics,"
At least it would be entertaining to watch Neumann and Walker trying to take swipes at the old duffer. Walker says that the stimulus isn't helping "real people." Tommy! understands who those real people are in ways that Walker and his team never could.
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
Just stay as our Senator and we can all be happy.
Monday, August 17, 2009
What's the chances that the "Shoot 'em all" crowd would sign off on that?
The tree of crazy is an ever-present aspect of America's flora. Only now,
it's being watered by misguided he-said-she-said reporting and taking over the
forest. Latest word is that the enlightened and mild provision in the draft
legislation to help elderly people who want living wills -- the one hysterics
turned into the "death panel" canard -- is losing favor, according to the Wall Street Journal, because of "complaints over the provision."
Good thing our leaders weren't so cowardly
in 1964, or we would never have passed a civil rights bill -- because of
complaints over the provisions in it that would enslave whites.
record, perhaps because I'm from the UK, I think healthcare is a human right,
like education . Not something to make companies rich.
So which is it? Is the purpose of healthcare to line the pockets of companies or is it, as the Constitution says, "promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity..?"
Can America secure the blessings of Liberty to our posterity if we consign them to a second-rate status in which only the wealthy receive healthcare?
Friday, August 14, 2009
Terrell Owens has his own reality television show and millions of
followers on Twitter and, now, his own cereal. T.O.’s — as his cereal is called
— will be coming to a Tops store near you, if they haven’t
PLB Sports, the Pittsburgh-based firm that introduced Flutie Flakes a
decade ago, this week began rolling out Owens’ cereal, which will be sold
exclusively in Tops stores.
Made of honey nut toasted oats, T.O.’s come in a collector’s box that
features Owens on the cover. On the back is an image of a Bills helmet-clad
Owens pouring the cereal onto his face, paying homage to his catch phrase,
“Getchya popcorn ready.”
Fallon says that the interesting thing is that each box will be marked, "Best if Used Before 2004."
Monday, August 10, 2009
Saturday, August 08, 2009
Thursday, August 06, 2009
Sadosky said that Sullivan and Wiley, who will become a top consultant to
Mark Neumann's gubernatorial campaign in Wisconsin, have similar strengths and
Why did Wiley leave his last job as Kay Bailey Hutchison's campaign manager in her run against Texas Gov Rick Perry?
Campaign officials said former leader Rick Wiley is leaving because a recent
health problem requires that he reduce the high stress and avoid the hectic pace
of managing a large campaign.
So Wiley figures that the Walker/Neumann tussle in Wisconsin won't have the hectic pace of a large campaign, that it'll be a laid-back walk in the park? I thought he was more savvy than that.
Wednesday, August 05, 2009
A Web page linked to Sodini includes his writings. The author writes about
years of rejection by women, struggles with alcohol and an earlier shooting
attempt at the same gym in which he said he "chickened out."
"With sadness in my heart, I've decided not to return to IDOL. I'll miss
nurturing all the new talent, but most of all being a part of a show that I
helped from day 1 become an international phenomenon," the statement said on
Abdul's verified Twitter account.
Tuesday, August 04, 2009
This event is free and open to everyone. Desserts and refreshments will be served.
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We need your nominations of people, organizations, and/or businesses that should be recognized for their community spirit of volunteerism! The 2009 Just Desserts Event will take place on September 10th at 7 pm. The location will be announced. Nominations are due by August 28th.
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Nominations due by: August 28, 2009
Evansville is receiving about $4 million in federal stimulus money for water
The money is matched by the state's Clean Water
Revolving Loan Fund, totalling about $8.1 million for upgrades to the wastewater
treatment plant, sanitary sewers and lift station.
Work already accomplished across the city has multiplied efficiency and cut waste. This next step, to meet new US standards, will be good for all users.
Monday, August 03, 2009
The cop and the tapes and witness's seem to be having no
problem defending themselves from your typical arrogant black lib. The one who
should be in trouble is the lady who called the cops in the first place. Next
time she see's someone she thinks is breaking in she should just mind her own
business. Maybe Gates will get killed in his house then we can listen to the
lefties whine about no cops being around. The cop was following procedure, dumb black bastard figures he's way to special to be bugged by a middle
class white cop.
Posted by: buck Wednesday, July 29, 2009 at 08:12 AM
Buck: Again, words of wisdom. Thank
you. And for all those out there suffering "white mans guilt" - get
over it. Here is a perfect incident that shows racism works both ways.
African-Americans can actually be racist - whodathunkit? Thanks Obama and Gates
for providing a perfect example that will stand up to all the usual whining from
Posted by: Amy L. Geiger-Hemmer Wednesday, July 29, 2009 at 01:06 PM
Apparently some Internet sites had headlines that said Todd and the newly resigned Governor were divorcing. I'll have to take the Sarah supporter's word for it because she provides no links. I didn't see this rumor until I saw it denied on the Sarah Palin Blog.
It looks as if no one did, and here's where it gets all Palin-y. The blogger says she doesn't want to hear that none of the Main Stream (sic) Media reported the story.
*** UPDATE *** I have read on several sites and here on this blog comments
that the Main Stream Media never picked up the Palin divorce story. Well, not
exactly true. Many MSM organizations were quick to publish the story after they
got a denial from Sarah Palin's attorneys and/or the statement from Meghan
Stapleton - but understand THAT is still going with the story. It becomes a "Do
you beat your wife?" story. Make the accusation - force a denial - and then the
story is out there.
Nevermind that the MSM never made the accusation. By printing SP's denial (which made this a news story) then the MSM was persecuting the quitter's family.
Think about how twisted this is. SP denies an Internet rumor to the press and then berates the press for publishing their release. Tell me again why anyone should listen to a single word this woman says.