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Friday, July 30, 2010

Rule 5 National Cheesecake Day!





Thursday, July 29, 2010

Proud Democrats Rally to Support Obama, McMahon in Back-to-Basics Traditional Democrat Values!

As someone who was a committed Democrat from my first vote for Jimmy Carter 'til I finally left the party in 2004, I have to say this is a banner day for the party I grew up older in.

Proud Democrats resurrect cherished traditions in
support of the most racially-sensitive President
since Woodrow Wilson

President Barack Hussein Obama, a man with not one drop of African-American blood in his body, went on The View and described the millions of  real African-Americans who voted for him as a "mongrel breed."

I shall never fight in the armed forces with a Negro by my side... Rather I should die a thousand times, and see Old Glory trampled in the dirt never to rise again, than to see this beloved land of ours become degraded by race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds.”
— Robert C. Byrd, in a letter to Sen. Theodore Bilbo (D-MS), 1944.

And Shirley Sherrod, finacial patron of thousands of nonexistent African-American farmers with our money, suggested that Obama might be out of touch with those "mongrels": "And, yes, she said she  meant to suggest that President Obama was in need of a history lesson. “I need to have him down there so I can take him around and show him some of that history,” she said of President Obama..."

Meanwhile, in that hotbed  of progressive thought, New York City, Democratic Congressman Mike McMahon felt obliged to warn the voters that his GOP rival was seeking to buy the election with perfidious, insidious "Jewish money."

" ...if the international Jewish financiers in and outside Europe should succeed..." A. Schickelgruber, 1939

"I wish I could have lived to see this day."  Senator Robert J. Byrd (D. — Stiff)

So  nice to see them coming out at last.  But it's annoying as hell I went and changed parties when there was so much yummy racism in the one I just left...

8/28 Restore Honor!

Wells had it right...

So the BP well explodes.
So we are assured a bazillion jillion megagallons of crude oil are going to flood the gulf.
We are promised that it is going to ooze around Florida and up the East Coast like the freaking Blob.
We are WARNED, by EXPERTS, that eeeeevil BP has probably cracked the whole foundation of the Gulf and the entire seabed is going to collapse in an ecological disaster of Biblical proportions.
Nothing we can do, and we proved this by trying to do nothing, seems to check the crisis.
The military fails.  Science is baffled.  Thousands flee.  Obama takes a 10 handicap...

And now we can't find the oil.  Because, apparently, bacteria ate it, like they've been eating oil in the gulf for millions of years.

"...slain, after all man's devices had failed, by
the humblest things that God, in his wisdom, has put upon this earth."

Maybe this will lay a little humble on all our so-called experts.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Nuthin lik a collij edumakashun...

Foamy on Summer Movies!

As always, language  NSFW

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

We're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat...

Marine absorbs IED blast, walks away 

6/23/2010 By Sgt. Mark Fayloga , Regimental Combat Team 7

SOUTHERN SHORSURAK, HELMAND PROVINCE, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan — Cpl. Matt Garst should be dead.

Few people survive stepping on an improvised explosive device. Even fewer walk away the same day after directly absorbing the force of the blast, but Garst did just that.

A squad leader with 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, Garst was leading his squad on a patrol in Southern Shorsurak, Afghanistan, June 23 to establish a vehicle checkpoint in support of Operation New Dawn.

The men were four miles from Company L's newly established observation post when they approached an abandoned compound close to where they needed to set up their checkpoint. It would serve well as an operating base — a place for the squad to set up communications and rotate Marines in and out of. But first, it had to be secured.

As they swept the area with a metal detector, the IED registered no warning on the device. The bomb was buried too deep and its metallic signature too weak. Two men walked over it without it detonating.

At six feet, two inches tall and 260 pounds with all his gear on, Garst is easily the largest man in his squad by 30 or 40 pounds — just enough extra weight to trigger the IED buried deep in hard-packed soil.

Lance Cpl. Edgar Jones, a combat engineer with the squad, found a pressure plate inside the compound and hollered to Garst, asking what he should do with it. Garst turned around to answer the Marine and stepped on the bomb.

“I can just barely remember the boom,” Garst said. “I remember the start of a loud noise and then I blacked out.”

Since Garst's improbable run-in with the IED, his tale has spread through the rest of the battalion, and as often happens in combat units, the story mutates, the tale becoming more and more extraordinary about what happened next: He held onto his rifle the whole time … He actually landed on his feet … He remained unmoved, absorbing the impact like he was muffling a fart in a crowded elevator …

What really happened even eludes Garst. All went black after the earth uppercut him. When he came to, he was standing on his feet holding his weapon, turning to see the remnants of the blast and wondering why his squad had a look on their faces as if they’d seen a ghost.

Marines in Company L think Garst is the luckiest guy in the battalion, and while that may seem a fair assessment, it was the enemy’s shoddy work that left Garst standing. The three-liters of homemade explosive only partially detonated.

Marines who witnessed the event from inside the compound caught glimpses of Garst’s feet flailing through the air just above the other side of the building’s eight-foot walls. The explosion knocked him at least fifteen feet away where he landed on his limp head and shoulders before immediately standing back up.

Not quite sure of what had just happened, Garst turned back toward the blast, now nothing but a column of dirt and smoke rising toward the sun.

“My first thought was, ‘Oh s---, I just hit an IED,’” he said. “Then I thought, ‘Well I’m standing. That’s good.’”

Garst’s squad stared at him in disbelief. The square-jawed Marine has a tendency to be short-tempered, and the realization that the blast was meant to kill him spiked his adrenaline and anger.

“It pissed me off,” he said.

He directed his men to establish a security perimeter while letting them know in his own way that he was OK.

“What the f--- are you looking at?” he said. “Get on the cordon!”

Garst quickly radioed back to base, calling an explosive ordnance disposal team and quick reaction force.

“I called them and said, ‘hey, I just got blown up. Get ready,’” he said. “The guy thought I was joking at first. ‘You got blown up? You’re not calling me. Get out of here.’”

Once EOD cleared the area, Garst led his squad the four miles back to their observation post — just hours after being ragdolled by an IED blast.

“I wasn’t going to let anybody else take my squad back after they’d been there for me,” he said. “That’s my job.”

The next day Garst awoke with a pounding headache and was as sore as he’d ever been in his life.

“Just getting up from trying to sleep was painful,” he said.

But he saw no reason being sore should slow him down. He popped some ibuprofen and after a day of rest, Garst was back out on patrol, showing his Marines and the enemy that just like his resolve — Cpl Matt Garst is unbreakable.

Source: Marines.mil

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Whether it be in jazz, swing, novelty, or the intimacy of the soft romantic ballads, Nancy Osborne is a crowd pleaser for any audience.

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Saturday July 31, 
Dinner at 6:30 PM
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I have found a Guru...

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Monday, July 26, 2010

Refudiate this...

...it tells you everything you need to know about the possibility of honest dialogue with the left that the same people who gave us the word "truthiness" have a problem with the word "refudiate..."

"We have got to dialectificate the historical discussion..."


Catherine Zeta Jones

Bacon Sandwich

I'll be in my bunk...

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Nutroots Convention Marked by Anger, Betrayal, Confusion and Pig-Iggerence...

 All is Not Well.  The triumphalism of January 2009 has been replaced by bitterness and incomprehension.

Short form:  Republicans get in trouble when they DON'T do what they promised.  Democrats get in trouble when they DO.

Luckily for us,  they haven't figured that out yet, and they've spent the last two years making mistakes they can't take back or cover up.  Seriously, do they really think they can push an "economic recovery" when everybody in the country knows one -- or a lot -- of people who still can't find work, when everybody can look up and down the street and see the vacant storefronts, the for-sale signs on the bank-owned homes, when more and more of them can't even choose to get private healthcare because the companies aren't sure they can afford to provide it to their employees or sell it to them privately?  Do they think they can still yell 'racism' when the people they're defending are screaming about cutting our babies' throats?

They got everything they wanted and they're choking on it.  But like a snake all they can think to do is keep swallowing.


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