Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Bad Joke of the Century! And it isn't Even Funny.

You remember Lynn Stewart? If only she and her terrorist sympathizer buddies would let us forget. As you might recall, This shyster made headlines when she was convicted of conspiracy and aiding terrorists by smuggling out instructions from the "Blind Mullah. For which she received a ridiculous twenty-eight months in prison and was disbarred. The conviction is, ofcourse, pending appeal.
According to, Michelle Malkin , the Hofstra University Law School has hired to teach, are you ready for this? Ethics. Like I said, a bad joke that isn't even funny. If I was a Hofstra LS alum my diploma would be in the shredder with the pieces on the way to the president with a letter of resignation. Then again, given that the name Hofstra doesn't leap to mind when you hear, "law school", it's probably a diploma mill in the first place. Their choice of faculty seems to indicate thus.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Well, There goes my Favorite Parody of "I Like Chinese"

Amy Proctor - Blog - French Foreign Minister Calls Code Pink 'Stupid' During Interruption tells of the French president referring to Code Pink as "stupid".
You fellow Monty Python fans remember Eric Idol singing "I Like Chinese". Well Glenn Beck did a quite amusing parody called "I like the French" It goes something like this:(note: I'm working from memory here, He has it on his website but you have to be an Insider to get to it)

I like the French
I like the French
L like to club them with a wrench.
They're rude
They're hateful
and their language makes no sense

Now along comes a new president who does not have the backbone of a chocolate eclaire like his predecessor. I may have to stop singing this.

Friday, September 21, 2007

Col. Cut-n-Run Sticks by his Stupidity

blonde sagacity: Murtha Refuses to Apologize to Marines is a headline that should come as no surprise. His claime all along has been to the effect of, "Well that's what I've heard." Now, as a private citizen he is entitled to form an opinion on the matter. That is not what I question.

My problem with him is the fact that he, as a member of Congress, publicly pronounced the eight Marines in question guilty. He did this without the minor formality of a trial, indictment or even an investigation.

Now, one by one, the charges are being dropped. Being the man that he is, did Murtha offer an apology to those who have been exonerated? Nope! Afraid that would be expecting too much from him. Maybe he's waiting until it's all over before issuing apologies...yeah, right.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Gone too long!

Yes, I have been away for a while. Since I've been gone, my oldest has Graduated magna cum laude and headed off to grad school on the left coast.
The youngest has joined the Army and is home on a 30 day con leave when he and about a 3rd of his basic training platoon came down with mono. Not sure how it happened but the suspicion is bad sanitizing practices on the canteens issued when they arrived on base. So don't bother with the don't-ask-don't-tell jokes, they've been death.
See y'all again soon.