So let me get this straight. Iraq is sitting on nearly $80 billion in surplus while we spend $48 billion rebuilding their country.
Get a load of that middle America! Your tax dollars at work by the Bush administration. Wave your Americun flags high and proud while your government and President bend you over like a Buffalo Chip dancer!
In one comparison, the United States has spent $23.2 billion in the critical areas of security, oil, electricity and water since the 2003 invasion, the report said. But from 2005 through April 2008, Iraq has spent […]Full Story... →
Then, check out this segment from the CBS Evening News showing ‘the making of’ Tim’s video. You’ll need to jump ahead to about 1:35. (sorry about the ad in the embed- I’m working on fixing that)
Sure, it’s only the back of his head. But hey- it’s national news. AND it’s crap compared to Tim’s video.Full Story... →
Political rap-rock giants Rage Against the Machine will give a rare performance at Target Center in Minneapolis on Sept. 3, which not so coincidentally is the same week as the Republican National Convention in St. Paul. Tickets go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. for $60.
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Hilarity. McCain goes to Sturgis and goes on about rather having 50,000 inebriated bikers than 200,000 Germans cheer for him. Fair enough. Decent political shot. I’m still waiting for the wingnuts to jump up and down and whine about how he wouldn’t even have HAD that many if there wasn’t already a BIKE RALLY THERE! But I digress.
The real shocker of the event is when John McCain offered his wife up to the “Buffalo Chip Beauty Contest”. Now, I don’t think Mr. OR Mrs. McCain knew precisely of what John spoke. Check that. I KNOW they didn’t. Here’s […]Full Story... →
Paris Hilton responds to John McCain’s campaign ad…Full Story... →
Now THAT’S what I’m talking about:Full Story... →
Update 2: Shock of all shocks he’s a registered Republican! Hi John Quinn of Parma, firstname.lastname@example.org. You’re famous!
Update: Openers has first mention of the guy’s name I’ve seen. John Quinn of Parma. LOL. He called himself John Q. Public and he was damned near right!
How Obama handled it (brilliantly):Full Story... →
As Barack Obama was about to begin his remarks, mentioning that the event is meant to be a “town hall,” a guy on the photography riser (with a camera and a press credential) shouted out that Obama should take questions from the floor … and then demanded that Obama recite the pledge of allegiance. Obama asked him if he is a member of the press, but then complied and invited the heckler to join him in leading the crowd in the pledge, which he did. And then Obama thanked him.
I asked him to […]Full Story... →
“Pocket” illustrates the clear choice in this election between an approach that keeps us sending billions to oil companies and foreign governments and one that gives middle class families a $1,000 rebate funded by a windfall profits tax on the oil companies.
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