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Archive for November 19th, 2009

Wow, Some Folks Are *Proud* of Being Petty

Posted by Foxfier on 2009/11/19

and what ignorant things to be petty about!

Ms. Dowd thinks that “bass-ackwards” was coined by Mrs. Palin– exibit # umpty-squat that the woman isn’t too familiar with — and some other guy thinks you can’t live an American life in Alaska.  (Based off of a quote of a guy who apparently does those “I am writing about my traveling” travel books.)

Y’know, the folks who use bass ackwards and other amusing spoonerisms– but who, by and large, don’t wonder if men are necessary, nor brag about having been loved and left– would probably look at Mrs. Palin, note that she’s got a boy in the military, see her husband is a hard-working guy, remember that she hunts and is able to look at wolves and see a large predator with all the needs that involves, rather than A Proud, Wonderful, Mystical Creature that looks really cool in a painting on your wall.

All and all, I think I’d consider Mrs. Palin a lot more qualified to decide if Mr. Dunn has lived an American life than the other way around.

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Health Is Heavy

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2009/11/19

HR 3200 (the ObamaCare plan) weighed in at 1502 pages. HR 3962, the Pelosi Plan, weighed in at 1990+ pages. And the Reid Plan? Roughly 2100 pages!

It will be of little avail to the people that the laws are made by men of their own choice if the laws be so voluminous that they cannot be read, or so incoherent that they cannot be understood.

–James Madison

Posted in Constitution, crime, economics, Health Care, history, media, Obama, politically correct, politics, society | 1 Comment »

Limosines Everywhere, Even Limosines Sarah Recognizes

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2009/11/19

I bet Sarah Palin recognizes two of these photos of limosines more than the rest. Can you guess which two?

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