Thursday, February 25, 2010

Long Live Boner!

Do killer whales belong in theme parks?
They belong on rye bread with some mayonnaise.

Longtime congressman tells NY's Paterson: Drop out
Y'know, do as I say, not as I do.

Cruel winter's latest insult bears down on East
Nothing is more cruel than an Insult Bear.

Jobless claims rise due to weather-related factors
Hurricane Barack

Bush, Cheney meet for first time in more than year

Toyota chief blasted by lawmakers despite apology
Leave him alone, he said "I solly"!

Breaking news: Boner is dead‏
Not if you believe in the second coming.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

2.16.10 Prediction:

I don't think Senator Evan Bayh is really retiring from politics. Next stop, Iowa.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Livestock are people too!

Ancient dialect extinct after last speaker dies
His last words were gibberish.

Livestock anti-cruelty language OK'd
Does this mean I can finally call a pig "Mother Fucker"?

Obama says health bill might die
Sounds like another campaign promise.

Fewer airliners crashed in 2009, but more died
I'm waiting to see how the NY Times give credit to Obama and blames Bush too.

Researchers find trigger for narcolepsy: study
That sounds like an interestzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Pelosi: Where Are the Jobs, Mr. President?

From the Office of Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi

Pelosi: Where Are the Jobs, Mr. President?

August 1, 2003

Washington, D.C. -- House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi released the following statement today on the Bureau of Labor Statistics' announcement that 470,000 people abandoned their job searches in July and that 3.2 million private sector jobs have been lost since President Bush took office:

“The fact is that President Bush’s misguided economic policies have failed to create jobs. Since President Bush took office, the country has lost 3.2 million jobs, the worst record since President Hoover. And today we learned that in July nearly half a million people gave up looking for a job.

“Job losses are taking a real toll on the financial security of American families. While Democrats are fighting for opportunity, jobs, and economic security for working families, Republicans continue to focus on helping those who need help the least.

“According to today’s survey, while the national unemployment rate dropped slightly, it still stands at a near record high. In addition, the unemployment rate for African Americans was still over 11 percent in July, and the unemployment rate for Hispanics was 8.2 percent in July.

“It is time for President Bush and the Republicans to get to work for all Americans, not just the elite few.”


Wednesday, February 3, 2010

I Love It!