LM31 On the road again...
Will post from the road this week with some observations and photos from the Congressional Medal of Honor Society's national convention... and no doubt the continued dem party DefCon-4 meltdown.
(Liberal) Fools and their money are soon parted...:
Homeless 90210: Slumming time and the livin's easy
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - (AP) -- Being homeless in this upper crust enclave is not exactly like living on the street in other places. There are handouts of $2,000 and bottles of Dom Perignon, lucky finds of Gucci shoes and diamond-encrusted bracelets, a chance to rub shoulders with rich and famous locals such as Mark Wahlberg and Master P, even empty houses to live in.... read on.
NYT's Palin Panic: Four Hit Pieces On Alaska Gov in One Day
News Busters.com reports that the NYT has turned its full, but limited talent and its pocketbook in to attacking Gov. Plain. Four hit pieces--a front page "news" article and three columns, totaling some 6,000 words, yesterday alone.
LMAO: one of the pieces bemoans the fact that her husband, Todd, is, well, uppity: "... when the spouse of an elected governor steps away from safe issues that are nonpartisan in nature, that it is bad for the legislative and executive branches, and Todd Palin would not be an exception to that.”
Did we hear this at anytime in the eight-year Clinton co-presidency?
Obama's numbskulls have wasted months running against George Bush and now with just weeks to go, Barry is running against Sarah Palin.... this is turning out very nicely indeed.
When your opponent is committing suicide, it's best not to get in his way.
Has-been entertainer Chevy Chase, best known falling off ladders, and exhibiting his brilliance by leaving Saturday Night Live after it first season to become a mega-movie star, is attacking Gov. Palin.
He joins a growing list of Hollywood, attack-Palin lefties including pseudo-lesbo, drug addict and pop-slut, Lindsay Lohan and "Pink"; and from One-Hit Wonders Dept. comes the bimbo whose name is the answer to the trivia question: "who played TV's Wonder Woman?"; Matt Damon, Brad Garrett (hint: the brother on "Everybody Loves Raymond"), Silicone Valley's Pamela Anderson, and Bill Mahr and Roger Ebert (the morbidly obese movie critic).
Be afwaid, be vwery afwaid....
Against such a formidable array of intellectual firepower, how can we Bible-clinging, gun-toting racists and homophobe Neanderthals stand a chance in November?