Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Semantics makes all the difference

The White House on Tuesday assailed Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton for criticizing President Bush in her latest television ad, calling her statements "outrageous." The 60-second spot, which began running Tuesday in Iowa, intercuts scenes of the candidate interacting with voters and talking about challenges facing many working people.
"If you're a family that is struggling and you don't have health care, you are invisible to this president. If you're a single mom trying to find affordable child care so you can go to work, you're invisible too. The ad also argued that U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan are "invisible" to Bush.

White House deputy press secretary Dana Perino initially declined to comment on the ad, but then lambasted the spot and the senator
Happy to be in a debate with the White House, the Clinton campaign quickly linked to the official transcript of Perino's comments on its campaign Web site, www.hillarysucks.com ... (thinks she gets a free plug? Guess again)...with the headline, "White House Attacks Hillary's New Ad."
Campaigning in Dubuque, Iowa, Clinton referred to the White House criticism of her "invisible" comments.
"Apparently I've struck a nerve. The White House just attacked me a few minutes ago," Clinton said.

Funny how our fair and unbiased news media works, huh? She uses innuendo, lies and misleading statements and if the president or his people make any defense, they are "attacking" her. Keep an eye on the "fourth estate" folks. They want your vote for their preferred candidate and will say anything to sway your choice away from you.

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Monday, August 13, 2007

Definitive proof! Bureaucrats are pea-brains

French neurologists writing recently in the journal The Lancet described their surprise in finding, via brain scans, that a normally functioning 44-year-old man. employed as a French government bureaucrat, had a brain "more than a 50 percent to 75 percent" smaller than average, consisting of little more than a thin sheet of brain material surrounding a large fluid buildup.

Right. It's just like we suspected, but could never prove. Can we volunteer some of ours for additional testing? Preferrably by disec...oooops. Did II say that out loud?

Friday, August 03, 2007

Am I hallucinating here Spocolli?

Mr. Hand: Am I hallucinating here? Just what in the hell do you think you're doing?
Jeff Spicoli: Learning about Cuba, and having some food.

That exchange pretty much sums up the following bit of news

LA GRITA, Venezuela (AP) — President Hugo Chavez reveled in his role as host to Hollywood star Sean Penn as they traveled together through the Venezuelan countryside in an open jeep, stopping to greet adoring crowds.
The Oscar-winning actor said little Friday, beyond saying he was working as a freelance journalist, following up on reporting stints in Iraq and Iran. In any case, his star power was clearly eclipsed by the populist president, who took the wheel, honking to the crowds, signing autographs and gathering letters from people asking for help.

What's the matter Sean? Not getting enough attention? Pissed about Madonna and all the kids? Or just trying to see if you give enough aid and comfort to the enemy of America that you too can marry Ted Turner and be one of the Top 100 women of America? Face it dude, you need to remember you're an actor. we don't care about your politics. Your support of those who would destroy our country are unconscionable at best and treasonous at least. Remember what your "daughter" said in I Am Sam;

Conner Rhodes: Are you a retard too?
Lucy: No!
Conner Rhodes: How do you know?
Lucy: Because he told me.
Conner Rhodes: But he's a retard!

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