Monday, November 29, 2010

Time For A New GoogleBomb 
Time for a new Googlebomb Hopeless Failure

For the HTML impaired:

<a href="http://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/president-obama">Hopeless Failure</a>

Why my change of heart considering I was one of the first people to suggest Obama for President back in 2004?

Can we torture? Yes we can!
Can we spy on you without warrants? Yes we can!
Can we leave 50,000 soldiers in Iraq and call it a withdrawal? Yes we can!

Can we make insurance premiums mandatory and call it health care reform? Yes we can!

Can we find jobs for Americans? No, we can't.
Can we rebuild our roads? No, we can't.
Can we rebuild our towns? No, we can't.
Can we rebuild our factories? No, we can't.

Can we bomb the shit out of Arabs? Yes we can!

We're number 1! USA! USA!

Friday, November 26, 2010

We're #1! We're #1! 
Tomorrow we can brag that we have been bogged down in Afghanistan longer than the USSR was.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

A Modest Proposal 
Ireland's austerity plan of cutting wages and raising income taxes while leaving the corporate rate untouched doesn't go far enough. The black market for white babies brings in 20,000 euros. With their laws against birth control they are sitting on a gold mine.

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Thanksgiving Travel Week 
Thanksgiving - the time of year we give thanks for our country's freedoms and submit to gate rape.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Too Bad He Didn't Change His Name To Telcom 
I saw this story at skippy's. David Kernell, the young man who broke into Sarah Palin's Yahoo account where she was illegally conducting official Alaska business, has been sentenced to a year in custody. Dick Cheney, who broke into untold millions of Americans' email, is still at large.

Apparently, the stiffest penalty came not from breaking into Palin's account but deleting her emails from his hard drive which was prosecuted as an obstruction of justice. George Bush, who deleted 22 million emails illegally in an apparent massive obstruction of justice, remains at large.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Jon Stewart on Rachel Maddow 
Rachel's interview with Jon Stewart proved one thing. He sure needs his writers.

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

It's Bipartisan! 
While most political observers are wondering if the Senate millionaires will vote themselves a tax cut, I'm not.

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