Either that presumably 50 ft. tall “Vote Steve Stivers May 4th” sign was photoshopped into a Tea Party crowd shot by the Ohio Republican Party or I missed the headline in the Columbus Dispatch:
58 Tea Party protesters killed by falling giant Stivers sign.
Christ, guys, don’t photoshop something where the sign looks so large that people’s heads are smaller than the dot on the “i.”? They actually cropped the bottom edge to make it appear like it was behind those folks and tilted the writing to give the impression it was displayed at an angle.?? What did […]Full Story... →
I’m going to give you a Madden playbook why John Kasich’s courtship of State Auditor Mary Taylor makes no sense for anyone but John Kasich.? But let’s start with the most obvious point: it is absolute insanity for the Republicans to risk the only Apportionment Board seat they held in 2006 by moving an incumbent who was on track for a relatively safe re-election so that she can run for the non-essentially (from both a political and governing sense) Lt. Governor slot.
It’s is amazingly insane.? Second, if it were a done deal, Kasich wouldn’t first float it through Jon […]Full Story... →
…I would think adults are all crazy.
I haven’t posted anything here in a long time, but when I saw this story, I had to write something.
I have to hand it to Bill Bush, the reporter, for this lead:
School districts across central Ohio learned yesterday that the list of things parents want their children protected from — drugs, predators, violence — now includes the president of the United States delivering a “stay in school” message.
As he notes, George Bush also addressed the nation’s students in a similar back-to-school message and I don’t remember stories about […]Full Story... →
I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised.
LIMBAUGH: Here’s [caller] in Lake Orion, Michigan. Thank you for calling. Great to have you on the EIB Network.
CALLER: Hey, Rush. It’s great to talk to you. I talked to you once before. I’ve been listening to you for a couple of years now, and I think I’m getting brighter, but there’s a lot to be learned. I know I’m no expert in foreign affairs, but what really confuses me about the liberals is the hypocrisy when they talk about how we have no reason to be in Iraq and […]Full Story... →
An unnamed 23-year-old man from Canton, Michigan–a Detroit suburb near Dearbornistan with a large Muslim population composed primarily of Pakis, er . . . Pakistanis–should be among this year’s candidates for the Darwin awards.
Yeah, Debbie Schlussel just called Dearborn “Dearbonistan” and Pakistani immigrants the indisputably racist term “Pakis”. But it gets better. First, some backround – the actual news story.
A night of hurling improvised cherry bombs from a pickup truck ended poorly for one Canton resident on Sunday night.
According to Canton Police, a 23-year-old man sought treatment at Oakwood Healthcare Center on Canton Center […]Full Story... →
“I am getting rather sick of these lifestyle nazis that are using the blunt force of government to crack down on … the eating of crappy food.”
Matt Naugle on Strickland’s Health Insurance Plan
I know Matt doesn’t understand this concept- any more than he understands why we have to wear seat belts. So let me try to explain it in selfish, republican-style language he can understand:
If you crash your car and aren’t wearing your seatbelt- then your beat-up body is transported to the hospital in an ambulance paid for by MY TAX […]Full Story... →
Coutergeist wasn’t the only circus act at CPAC’s get-together…
Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) got the crowd cheering early in the day. “I have been called — my kids are all aware of this — dumb, crazy man, science abuser, Holocaust denier, villain of the month, hate-filled, warmonger, Neanderthal, Genghis Khan and Attila the Hun,” he announced. “And I can just tell you that I wear some of those titles proudly.”
“Science abuser” has to be the least insulting title in that list!
Inhofe repeated his view that man-made global warming is “the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American […]Full Story... →
Man is this chick stupid. But don’t take my word for it. Please- watch the video…
It’s hard to tell if she is trying to confuse the viewer- or if she is just confused herself.
I’m guessing it’s a little of both.
Anyway- these seem to be the main points she is making:
1. In EYE-rack** there is a lot of violence- but only in certain communities
2. that’s because only a “handful” of people “there” hate us
3. the rest LOVE us- and our clothes and music and food- “KFC is growing by leaps and bounds”!
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