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Friday, July 10, 2009

Your mother is staying

 
 

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Obama Is an Ass Man

 
 

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Earlier this week, New York Times columnist David Brooks declared that Barack Obama was bringing dignity back to America. Yesterday, by contrast, a photo taken in Italy emerged that shows Obama doing like the locals, practically spinning out of his ... Read more

 

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Hello Kitty Taser Gun is a cute little weapon

 
 

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via Gizmodiva.com on 7/10/09

Taser guns are supposed to be badass, they are after all a weapon. So when Hello Kitty features on a taser gun, you have to think what are they doing by making a self defense weapon this cute? Not...

 
 

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Let The Bribes Begin!

 
 

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via American Conservative Daily by J.J. Jackson on 7/10/09

Politics in Washington DC long ago devolved a game of those who vote for candidates get rewarded with lots of unconstitutional money dispersed from the federal treasury. So it should come as no surprise what so ever that according to a USA TODAY study of where the federal "stimulus" money spent so far shows that Obamatons are getting most of the money and most of the money by a long shot. Although much of the monopoly money our government has promised to the peons beyond their constitutional authority to do so will not be spent until later this year and next year (just in time of federal elections), Obama voters are getting nearly twice as much!

The reports show the 872 counties that supported Obama received about $69 per person, on average. The 2,234 that supported McCain received about $34.

But this cannot possibly be the result of funny business. Oh no … perish the thought!

Investigators who track the stimulus are skeptical that political considerations could be at work. The imbalance is so pronounced — and the aid so far from complete — that it would be almost inconceivable for it to be the result of political tinkering, says Adam Hughes, the director of federal fiscal policy for the non-profit OMB Watch. "Even if they wanted to, I don't think the administration has enough people in place yet to actually do that," he says.

"Most of what they're doing at this point is just stamping the checks and sending them out," Hughes says.

So are we supposed to believe that this is all just some big misunderstanding? We are seriously to believe that a corrupt organization like our Congress and the White House more recently elected would never, ever, ever play politics with tax payer money? Mr. Hughes I have a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you. No, really! Cheap too! Just $4 million. I've got the deed right here … never mind that it is written in crayon … you can trust me …

The actual facts are that left leaning counties have collected much more money in recent year and since Democrats took control of Congress and this article even points that out:

The imbalance didn't start with the stimulus. From 2005 through 2007, the counties that later voted for Obama collected about 50% more government aid than those that supported McCain, according to spending reports from the U.S. Census Bureau. USA TODAY's review did not include Alaska, which does not report its election results by county.

But it is all just some big misunderstanding right? It could NEVER be some sort of vote buying scam could it? No … perish the thought!


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Thursday, July 09, 2009

What Happened to 'Creating Jobs?'

 
 

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Andrew Malcolm reports that the Obama administration has quietly dropped "creating jobs" as the criteria for that $3.4-billion Energy Department project.


 
 

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You May Be a Terrorist if…

 
 

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You May Be a Terrorists If...........

 
 

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Man dies after falling into vat of chocolate

 
 

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via CNN.com on 7/8/09

An employee at a New Jersey chocolate processing plant died Wednesday after falling into a vat of hot chocolate, according to a spokesman for the Camden County Prosecutor's office.

 
 

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Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Boehner: Biden's lying about stimulus

 
 

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via POLITICO.com: Politics by Alex Isenstadt on 7/8/09

"Now this is the greatest fabrication I have seen since I've been in Congress," Boehner says.

 
 

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North Korean Cyber Assault

 
 

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Since July 4th, major websites in the US and South Korea have been under attack by "a hostile group or government."

SEOUL, South Korea — Cyberattacks that have crippled the Web sites of several major American and South Korean government agencies since the July 4th holiday weekend appear to have been launched by a hostile group or government, South Korea's main government spy agency said on Wednesday.

Although the National Intelligence Service did not identify whom they believed responsible, the South Korean news agency Yonhap reported that the spy agency had implicated North Korea or pro-North Korea groups.

A spokesman at the intelligence agency said it could not confirm the Yonhap report, which said that the spy agency briefed lawmakers about their suspicions on Wednesday. The opposition Democratic Party accused the spy agency of spreading unsubstantiated rumors to whip up support for a new anti-terrorism bill that would give it more power.

Access to at least 11 major Web sites in South Korea — including those of the presidential Blue House, the Defense Ministry, the National Assembly, Shinhan Bank, the mass-circulation daily newspaper Chosun Ilbo and the top Internet portal Naver.com — have crashed or slowed down to a crawl since Tuesday evening, according to the government's Korea Information Security Agency.

On Wednesday, some of the sites regained service, but others remained unstable or inaccessible.

In an attack linked with the one in South Korea, 14 major Web sites in the United States — including those of the White House, the State Department and the New York Stock Exchange — came under similar attacks, according to anti-cyberterrorism police officers in Seoul.


 
 

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Rats in the Senate Exposed!

 
 

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Senator DeMint brought Audit the Fed to the floor, Senator Ben Nelson of Nebraska raised a "point of order" to prevent a vote. DeMint directly challenged Senate leadership by pointing out the other GAO audits contained in the bill Senate president was forced to agree with Senator DeMint

 
 

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Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Taco Bell to Go Green, Sell 100 Percent Unnatural Food

 
 

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We all know that Taco Bell sells the sort of cuisine that no human without a chemical-engineering degree could possibly hope to create in their kitchen. The Onion News Network has taken that conventional wisdom and explored how the Bell could ... Read more

 

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