Archive for May, 2007

"….Let the Waters Hold Me Down."

"….Let the Waters Hold Me Down."

| May 18, 2007 | Reply

How about some music? “Once in a Lifetime”, one of my all-time favorite songs, as sung by Kermit the Frog. No, you didn’t read that wrong. Kermit. The. Frog.

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An Army of Cartmans

An Army of Cartmans

| May 17, 2007 | 4 Replies

Ace is as pissed as I’ve ever seen him about the illegal immigration amnesty bill and he’s encouraging every Republican who thinks this deal stinks on toast to change their party affiliation to anything but the Republican party and mail a copy of that form to their nearest Republican member of Congress. I think that’s […]

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Your Citizenship is Worth $5,000, According to Congress and the President

Your Citizenship is Worth $5,000, According to Congress and the President

| May 17, 2007 | 1 Reply

It looks like Congress and the President have reached an agreement on an immigration bill. The Hot Air link has plenty of links and opinions. I’ll spare you the copious analysis and give you my opinion of the agreement as I’ve read it. It stinks. It’s a giant load of steaming feces that’s being shoveled […]

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No Love for the Mac Peoples?

No Love for the Mac Peoples?

| May 17, 2007 | 4 Replies

I’ve long been a fan of Corel’s WordPerfect and have been generally unhappy that most of the world has gone over to Microsoft Word. Corel seems ready to jump out with an interesting collaboration/organization/clip saving program called Lightning, which it has released in a free public beta test. It looks like it could be an […]

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I Think He's Been There Before

I Think He's Been There Before

| May 17, 2007 | Reply

AP: Dan Rather Makes His Acting Debut NEW YORK – Dan Rather going Hollywood? There were gasps of surprise at ABC’s fall-schedule announcement this week when the veteran TV newsman popped up as an actor in clips for “Dirty Sexy Money,” a new drama about a wealthy, misbehaving New York family. The role wasn’t exactly […]

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Hamas: Acept Responsibility? Us? Perish the Thought!

Hamas: Acept Responsibility? Us? Perish the Thought!

| May 17, 2007 | Reply

Hamas bigwig Moussa abu Marzouk says that the problems in Gaza are the fault of everyone but the Palestinian government. Call this one the Bill Clinton Defense (or, alternately, the Toddler Gambit). Right now, the ball is squarely in the court of the Palestinian people. They elected the killers and thugs of Hamas. Now they’re […]

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Sing A Song of Hillary.

Sing A Song of Hillary.

| May 17, 2007 | Reply

There’s a joke here. Heck, there are a hundred jokes here! Today, Hillary Clinton launched a contest on her Web site asking people to vote on which song she should use. Her list of potential campaign songs include: “City of Blinding Lights” – U2 “Suddenly I See” – KT Tunstall “I’m a Believer” – Smash […]

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These Debates Brought to You by the Color Yellow.

These Debates Brought to You by the Color Yellow.

| May 17, 2007 | Reply

The Dems have announced the details of their six Democratic debates. None of them will be hosted by the cable network watched by the most people. So here’s the question. If Democrats are scared to take questions from the likes of Brit Hume and Chris Wallace, how can we believe they’ll be rave enough to […]

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This May Be Important

This May Be Important

| May 17, 2007 | Reply

Note to Presidential Candidates: Illegal Immigration is important to us! ALLENTOWN, Pa. –Hazleton Mayor Lou Barletta, who gained national prominence by targeting illegal immigrants living in his small northeastern Pennsylvania city, cruised to the Republican nomination for a third term on Tuesday – and unexpectedly won the Democratic nomination, too. Barletta trounced GOP challenger Dee […]

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Mass Graves Day in Iraq

Mass Graves Day in Iraq

| May 17, 2007 | Reply

Today is a solemn day in Iraq: Mass Graves Day Traffic stopped in Baghdad’s main streets and squares Wednesday as Iraqis observed a moment of silence to mark a new national day of remembrance for the victim’s of Saddam Hussein’s regime who were buried in mass graves. The Iraqi government declared May 16 as Mass […]

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