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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Love and Obama?? UPDATE


"Can't we all just get along?"

No we can't.

Every time I turn around I read someone telling someone that they shouldn't criticize Hussein because he is OUR FUTURE PRESIDENT and it is evil and mean spirited and partisan and nasty and vulgar and not very nice to mention his numerous and obvious short comings.

And then we have the "National Holiday for Obama..."

You know, I just can't believe the gall of these people. Try this. Go to Google:

Bush Hitler - 11,700,000 hits.

Bush Ape - 3,260,000 hits.

Bush traitor - 307,000 hits.

Bush coward - 242,000 hits.

Bush AWOL - 132,000 hits.

Bush killer - 16,700,000 hits.

And I am sure I could provide millions and millions more...

Lefties, you beat up Bush for 8 years, and now you want to get all lovey dovey?

No way.

You put it out.

Now get ready for it coming back.

I just can't keep from adding this letter from Nunya in Islam in Europe/

Obama is still the President Elect. Are any of you focusing on the mess the current President has made, is making, will make before January? Obama can't possibly clean up the mess Stoopie McFuckwit made before he even gets into office.
November 11, 2008 10:25 AM

Do I really have to add anything?

Tell me again why capital punishment doesn't work...

Shawcross’ victims, most of them prostitutes, were killed in the period from March 1988 to January 1990. At the time, he was on parole after serving 15 years in prison for killing two children in northern New York’s Watertown in 1972.


Link

Sex on the Orient Express it wasn't..


And Bill Clinton told us it wasn't sex...
And it certainly wasn't "Virgin."
Other passengers en route from Liverpool to London appear to have sat in embarrassed silence as the 41-year-old woman allegedly committed a sex act on her male partner.

But it got them arrested.

You have to love it.

If only they had been on the way to the airport to catch a Delta flight... After all, Delta did have a motto that said, "Delta is ready when you are!"

Pray for Hussein even if you didn't vote for him??


"We are citizens of the United States," Cordell said. "We need to be praying for him, and his family, that God will be working through them."

Cordell and a number of Nashville ministers say their congregations are obligated to pray for the new president even if they didn't vote for him and even if they don't agree with his political views. That's the message some ministers conveyed to their congregations this past weekend.

Obama's victory troubled many Christian conservatives who fear that the president-elect will pursue a liberal agenda on social issues like abortion and same-sex unions that they believe are unbiblical.


Don't they mean pray to Hussein???

Funning the Lefties aside, I think that is a real dumb comment. If I didn't vote for him, why should I pray for him??

I mean I might pray for the country, or that God convert him to believing in democracy....but for him? Nope.

Besides, it has been my experience that God, having given us free will, doesn't intervene in these matters. Never the less I shall keep a sharp eye out for signs of Hussein's conversion.

Why are you surprised??


BUSH ANGER: OBAMA AIDES LEAK CHAT DETAILS
Tue Nov 11 2008 09:28:10 ET

Just hours after President Bush and President-elect Obama met in the Oval Office of the White House, details of their confidential conversation began leaking out to the press, igniting anger from the president, sources claim.

"Senator Obama would be wise to keep close counsel," a top Bush source warned.

"BUSH AND OBAMA AT ODDS OVER AID FOR AUTO INDUSTRY," splashed the NEW YORK TIMES in an exclusive Monday evening, quoting "people familiar with the discussion."

The two met at the White House in private, without staff.

"Bush indicated at the meeting that he might support some aid and a broader economic stimulus package if Obama and congressional Democrats dropped their opposition to a free-trade agreement with Colombia," claimed the TIMES.

MORE

The ASSOCIATED PRESS quickly followed with details of the conversation, citing "aides who described the discussion on grounds of anonymity, citing the private nature of the meeting."

Bush advisers view the leaks as an effort to undermine the president's remaining days in office.

"Senator Obama may not be familiar with a long-standing tradition of presidents holding their private conversations, private," a senior adviser explained to the DRUDGE REPORT.

Developing...


Look, the guy is a piece of trash. His vision is limited to only what will help him, and his experience, such as it is, is Chicago Machine Politics.

Congratulations dear dummies. You are getting a preview of what is to come.

Very Smart British Manufacturers



Grant M sent the following. Seeing as how today is Veterans Day I am passing it on.

WW2 History - Monopoly

Starting in 1941, an increasing number of British airmen found themselves as the involuntary guests of the Third Reich, and the authorities were casting-about for ways and means to facilitate their escape. Now obviously, one of the most helpful aids to that end is a useful and accurate map, one showing not only where-stuff-was, but also showing the locations of 'safe houses', where a POW on-the-loose could go for food and shelter. Paper maps had some real drawbacks:

They make a lot of noise when you open and fold them, they wear-out rapidly, And if they get wet, they turn into mush. Someone in MI-5 got the idea of printing escape maps on silk. It's durable, can be scrunched-up into tiny wads, and unfolded as many times as needed, and makes no noise what-so-ever. At that time, there was only one manufacturer in Great Britain that had perfected the technology of printing on silk, and that was John Waddington, Ltd. When approached by the government, the firm was only too happy to do its bit for the war effort. By pure coincidence, Waddington was also the U.K. Licensee for the popular American board game, Monopoly. As it happened, 'games and pastimes' was a category of item qualified for insertion into 'CARE packages', dispatched by the International Red Cross, to prisoners of war.

Under the strictest of secrecy, in a securely guarded and inaccessible old workshop on the grounds of Waddington's, a group of sworn-to-secrecy employees began mass-producing escape maps, keyed to each region of Germany or Italy where Allied POW camps were located (Red Cross packages were delivered to prisoners in accordance with that same regional system). When processed, these maps could be folded into such tiny dots that they would actually fit inside a Monopoly playing piece. As long as they were at it, the clever workmen at Waddington's also managed to add:

1. A playing token, containing a small magnetic compass,

2. A two-part metal file that could easily be screwed together.

3. Useful amounts of genuine high-denomination German, Italian, and French currency, hidden within the piles of Monopoly money!

British and American air crews were advised, before taking off on their first mission, how to identify a 'rigged' Monopoly set -- by means of a tiny red dot, one cleverly rigged to look like an ordinary printing glitch, located in the corner of the Free Parking square! Of the estimated 35,000 Allied POWS who successfully escaped, an estimated one-third were aided in their flight by the rigged Monopoly sets. Everyone who did so was sworn to secrecy indefinitely, since the British Government might want to use this highly successful ruse in still another, future war.

The story wasn't declassified until 2007, when the surviving craftsmen from Waddington's, as well as the firm itself, were finally honoured in a public ceremony.

Anyway, it's always nice when you can play that "Get Out of Jail Free" card.


Damn clever blokes those Brits. After all, at one time they fathered democracy and ruled the world.

BTW - Ask them how socialism worked out for them.