September 11, 2009

Pushing back the frontiers of the National socialist Party.....


California became a state on September 9, 1850? In those days, the people had no electricity, the state had no money, almost everyone spoke Spanish and there were gunfights in the streets. Basically, nothing has changed except back then the women weren't made of silicone and the men didn't hold hands.
 
Ripped from the pages of Orwell's dystopian novel "1984," Chief Truthseeker (a.k.a. U.S. Attorney General) Eric Holder is set to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate not the Black Panther voter intimidation case, but detainee treatment during  the Bush administration.

Who is Eric Holder?  Before leaving President Clinton’s employ, he orchestrated the pardons of several Puerto Rican separatist terrorists. Then in 2003, as a partner in the Washington law firm of Covington & Burling, Mr. Holder’s client, Chiquita Brands, admitted paying to support terrorist death squads in Colombia and paid a $25 million fine.   Holder’s firm represented — for free — 16 terrorist detainees held at Guantanamo.


Little Miss Mary's Melodious Meanderings................

A dead atheist is someone all dressed up with nowhere to go.

I was depressed last night so I called Lifeline. Got a call center in Pakistan. I told them I was suicidal.. They got all excited and asked if I could drive a truck.

Long ago when men cursed and beat the ground with sticks, it was called witchcraft ... Today, it's called golf.

According to a new study, we lose half our friends every 7 years.   According to a 7-year study, nobody likes me.

How many lawyers does it take to paint a wall?  Depends on how hard you throw them.


Saucy Sarah's Serendipitous Sayings.....................

September is National Biscuit Month & National Chicken Month

Then October must be Chicken & Biscuits Month!

This is National Love Your Files Week

September 13 is...Doodle Soup Days

September 13 is...Defy Superstition Day
 
September 13 is...Fortune Cookie Day

September 14 is...National Cream-filled Donut Day 
 
September 15 is...Make a Hat Day

September 15 is...Felt Hat Day

September 16 is...Stay Away From Seattle Day

September 16 is...Collect Rocks Day

September 17 is...Citizenship Day

September 17 is...National Apple Dumpling Day

September 18 is... National Play-doh Day

September 18 is... National Cheeseburger Day

September 19 is...National Butterscotch Pudding Day


Happy Hilda's Hilarious Headlines.......................

One hump, or two? "Australians Urged to Eat Camels Not Cull Them" - London Telegraph headline

They Hoped It Would Work Even Slower?: "Biden: Stimulus Plan Is Working Faster Than Hoped" -Associated Press

They're Calling It the Faculty Directory: "College Republicans Compiling List of Liberal Professors at Ohio School" -FoxNews.com

It's Always in the Last Place You Look: "Ancient Wall Found in Jerusalem" -BBC Web site

Everything Is Spinning Out of Control: "As Hybrid Cars Gobble Rare Metals, Shortage Looms" -Reuters

News You Can Use: "How to Kiss Your Job Goodbye" -Bulletin (Philadelphia)

Redundant Stories of the Day: "Why Michelle Obama's Hair Matters" -Time.com

We Think They'd Be Cooler if They Didn't: "Germans Are Cool to Call to Impose Autobahn Speed Limit" -Day (New London, CT)


Particular Paul's Penurious Presentations.................

There was a shootout in The Gap. There were many casual-tees

Back in the days of the Roman Empire, the famous Emperor Nero instituted a new game. The players would take those little disks you set your glass on in order to protect the furniture, and see who could get the most distance rolling them across the floor.  They were the first roller coasters. Back in those days, the disks were made of iron, and they would bet on whose disk would roll the farthest.   They called them ferrous wheels.

When traffic has much congestion,
I just ask my car a question
'Bout the way I should go.
GPS seems to know.
I call it my auto-suggestion.

Did you hear of the accountant who added up his columns of numbers so oddly that he always ended with, "$79.25 plus a cat," or "$568.13 plus a cat," and so on?  It seems he had an "add-a-puss" complex. 


Serious Suzanne's Serenic Sayings................

The French Chef -- by Sue Flay

Unemployed -- by Anita Job

Off to Market -- by Tobias A. Pigg

I Lived in Detroit -- by Helen Earth

Inflammation, Please -- by Arthur Itis


Lucky Larry's Liturgical Leavings....................

You don't have to win every argument. Agree to disagree.

Cry with someone. It's more healing than crying alone.

It's OK to get angry with God. He can take it.

Save for retirement starting with your first paycheck.

When it comes to chocolate, resistance is futile.


Gentleman Jim's Generic Gems....................

Handel's Messiah -- by Ollie Luyah

Downpour! -- by Wayne Dwops

Cloning -- by Ima Dubble

Irish Flooring -- by Lynn O'Leum

Holmes Does it Again -- by Scott Linyard


That's it for this week from your embedded "neighborhood organizer" who, unlike the "more famous one" actually held a real job and operated a company.  Today is the eighth anniversary of the 9/11 attract on America and the new President has proven he is unable and unwilling to push back against our enemies.  Another Jimmy Carter......


But, on the other hand.....................

If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere.


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