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No surprise, but frustrating all the same: polar bears have been declared endangered despite the lack of scientific evidence.

Food Art…Courtesy a friend.

OOPPSS                                                                   Eggz, I’ve even got your youngest

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This is short…Will probably hear about it…but hey, I got big shoulders AND a small mind, I’ll have you know.

Just my opinion…I’m getting sick and tired of hearing Rush Limballs. Just as sick and tired as I am, hearing of and from, Hussein Obama.

Rush, is everything that the Left defines of those on our side…except he has money and doesn’t have hay growing from his ears, as the Left portrays us ‘underlings’ on the right.

I just don’t like the guy and his president of the world pontificating from the right side of the aisle. He’s a chubbier, Hussein Obama.

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A Column About A Boy And His Dad

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White House Denies Bush Targeted Obama in Speech to Israeli Knesset

Just who in THE HELL does this Hussein Obama, think he is. President of the World?

The White House denied Thursday that President Bush was focusing on Barack Obama when — during a speech to the Israeli parliament — he criticized politicians who would speak to terrorists and their backers.

In his speech to the Knesset on the 60th anniversary of the founding of the state of Israel, Bush said anyone who claims that talking with terrorists will result in peace is experiencing a “foolish delusion.”

“Some seem to believe we should negotiate with terrorists and radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have been wrong all along. We have heard this foolish delusion before. As Nazi tanks crossed into Poland in 1939, an American senator declared: ‘Lord, if only I could have talked to Hitler, all of this might have been avoided.’ We have an obligation to call this what it is — the false comfort of appeasement, which has been repeatedly discredited by history,” the president said.

While Bush never mentioned Obama by name, “aggressive personal diplomacy” with Iran is an oft-stated proposal by Obama as a means to end that country’s support for insurgency in Iraq and its nuclear programs.

Obama swiftly criticized Bush for a “false political attack” and said the president’s foreign policy has failed to secure the U.S. or Israel.

“Instead of tough talk and no action, we need to do what Kennedy, Nixon and Reagan did and use all elements of American power — including tough, principled, and direct diplomacy — to pressure countries like Iran and Syria. George Bush knows that I have never supported engagement with terrorists, and the president’s extraordinary politicization of foreign policy and the politics of fear do nothing to secure the American people or our stalwart ally Israel,” Obama said.

Press Secretary Dana Perino, who had not heard Obama’s reaction when she spoke, said the president has long opposed direct talks with the nation’s enemies and Obama was not the focus of the criticism. However, senior administration officials said the president’s remarks are inclusive of Obama and other Democrats who would negotiate with Iran, Syria or other terrorist-sponsoring states.

“I understand when you are running for office sometimes you think the world revolves around you. That is not always true and it is not true in this case. The president is president regardless of an election cycle and he is going to be president of the United States through January 20, 2009,” Perino said.

“We are not going to change policy based on the ‘08 election. We are not going to stop talking about the ideals of the United States because there is an ‘08 election. They can fight it out over there but this is not new policy.”

Independent Democratic Sen. Joe Lieberman, a McCain supporter, heralded the president’s remarks.

“President Bush got it exactly right today when he warned about the threat of Iran and its terrorist proxies like Hamas and Hezbollah. It is imperative that we reject the flawed and naïve thinking that denies or dismisses the words of extremists and terrorists when they shout ‘Death to America’ and ‘Death to Israel,’ and that holds that– if only we were to sit down and negotiate with these killers — they would cease to threaten us. It is critical to our national security that our commander-in-chief is able to distinguish between America’s friends and America’s enemies, and not confuse the two,” he said.

But dissatisfied with Bush’s remarks, several Democrats issued statements critical of the president. Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean said presumptive Republican nominee John McCain should disavow them.

“Bush’s outrageous comments are an embarrassment to our country, not based in fact and bring us no closer to our goal of ending terrorist attacks against Israel and bringing peace to the region. If John McCain is really serious about being a different kind of Republican, he’ll denounce these remarks in the strongest terms possible,” he said in a statement.

McCain countered that Obama’s approach to foreign policy is ripe for questioning.

“I think Barack Obama needs to sit down and explain why he wants to talk with a man who is the head of a government that is a state sponsor of terror, that is responsible for the killing of brave young Americans, who wants to wipe Israel off the map, denies the Holocaust. That is what I think that Senator Obama ought to explain to the American people,” he said while on a bus to the airport.

“It is a serious error on the part of Senator Obama that shows naiveté and inexperience and lack of judgment to say that he wants to sit down across the table from an individual who leads a country who says that Israel is a stinking corpse, that is dedicated to the extinction of Israel. My question is what does he want to talk about?”

Other Democrats also stepped up quickly to criticize the president. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who hasn’t yet declared her support for a Democratic candidate, called Bush’s remarks “unworthy.”

Pelosi, who traveled last year to Syria and declared “the road to Damascus is a road to peace,” said U.S. politicians have a tradition of not criticizing the president when he’s on foreign soil, and she wishes Bush would respect that tradition in kind.

She added that any serious person should disassociate himself from the president’s remarks, but did not say if she meant McCain specifically.

Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry, the 2004 Democratic nominee, called Bush’s comments a slander on Obama, and accused him of ignoring his own administration’s efforts to engage Iran in mid-level negotiations.

“President Bush is still playing the disgusting and dangerous political game Karl Rove perfected which is insulting to every American and disrespectful to our ally Israel. George Bush should be making Israel secure, not slandering Barack Obama from the Knesset. If George Bush believes engagement with is appeasement, the first thing he should do when he comes home is demand the resignation of his own Cabinet. Secretary Gates and Secretary Rice have both favored negotiations with Iran,” he said

Obama rival Hillary Clinton, did not acknowledge Bush’s comment, but said McCain will produce more of the same failed Bush policies, which she described as weakening the military, national security and U.S. standing in the world.

Commenting on Obama’s reaction, former Massachusetts Gov. and McCain rival Mitt Romney said that he is reminded of the saying that the dog that barks on the other side of the fence is the one that was hit by the rock.

“I’m a little surprised that Barack Obama would stand up and say, ‘Hey, you’re talking about me.’ But after all, in this case, you do have Hamas that has endorsed Senator Barack Obama’s campaign and you also have Barack Obama saying that if he’s president, in his first year, he would meet with (Iranian President Mahmoud) Ahmadinejad and with (Syrian President Bashar al-) Assad,” Romney told FOX News.

“These are two state sponsors of Hamas and Hezbollahnaive, terrorist organizations. (Obama) has not said he’s going to meet with Hamas itself but he has of course has said he’d meet with those groups that are funding Hamas and Hezbollah … I just think Barack Obama is wrong to meet personally with these leaders,” he continued.

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HEY! Hussein, It’s called politics. Are you going to run to MOMMIE, every time someone questions YOUR line of thought? OH, Wait the Commie Mommie, is dead.

Hussein and those vile enemies from within (YOU INCLUDED)…MOST if not all, called Democrats, are naive or stupid little children, playing in an adult world. And YOU DARE seek the Office of President?

Tell ya’ what, Hussein. Why don’t YOU and Michelle, just get lost…Say in Jeremiah Wright’s “church”. As A Senator, you’d make a fine Black racist hatemonger.

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Dedicated to Ms. Marie Cocco of the Washington Post…An Oldie, but a Great One…

Report: U.S. Foreign Policy Hurting American Students’ Chances Of Getting Laid Abroad
April 27, 2005 | Issue 41•17

AMSTERDAM—American students traveling abroad confirm the findings of a study indicating that Washington’s unilateral approach to foreign policy has seriously undermined Americans’ chances of getting laid.

“I’ve been in Amsterdam for two months and have yet to begin a conversation with a cute girl that hasn’t ended in a lecture about how big, evil America is taking everyone’s oil,” said college sophomore Brad Higgs, a participant in Johns Hopkins University’s study-abroad program. “I offer to buy them a drink, and they tell me I shouldn’t just stand by and watch Bush destroy the world. Look, if I had that type of pull with the president, I obviously wouldn’t be out trolling for anonymous Dutch pussy.”

The report, released Monday by the Center For U.S.-International Casual Relations, was based on interviews with approximately 1,400 American students returning from abroad. According to study director Gilbert Hapbrook, sexual contact between American students and foreigners has declined steadily since January 2001.

“Unpopular military actions and dismissal of international organizations have galvanized world hostility toward the U.S.,” Hapbrook said. “Instead of being inundated with questions about Hollywood and requests to help hot young foreigners practice their English, Americans are being openly scorned in European pubs and cafes. Data taken from a poll of students in December 2004 showed that only a dismal 11 percent had achieved sexual congress with a non-American.”

Hapbrook said the 2004 overseas-coitus figures show a slight recovery from the all-time low reached in November 2002, after the Afghanistan invasion and during escalating conflict with Iraq. But the figures are still well below those of 1999, when Bill Clinton was in office and a very healthy 67 percent of respondents scored abroad.

“I’m in Amsterdam—Amsterdam, for Christ’s sake—and I’m in the middle of the longest dry spell I can remember,” Higgs said. “Last week, I was making out with this Italian girl at a concert. It was all going great until the music ended and she heard my American accent. I swear to God, I went from the cusp of a hand job to, ‘Why won’t your country sign the Kyoto Treaty?'”

University of Colorado junior Casey Knight recently arrived in Amsterdam after a month in Germany.

“I asked a group of German girls at some Eurotrash disco to dance and they started yelling at me,” Knight said. “They said that by paying taxes to the American government, I am no better than a fascist. Well, they would know, I guess.”

The Onion

Even students who actively oppose President Bush are susceptible to criticism, according to Emily Biehn, a Duke University student spending her spring semester in Paris.

“I voted for Kerry and I marched against the Iraq war,” Biehn said. “But when I got to Europe, I might as well have been wearing a Bush bumper sticker on my forehead and star-spangled cowboy boots. As soon as the French guys hear I am from the U.S., all they want to do is argue politics.”

“And switching tactics and acting like you’re totally apathetic about politics just pisses them off even more,” Biehn added.

Acknowledging that a large-scale change in American foreign policy is unlikely to occur before the end of the current semester, Hapbrook recommended three tactics for American students frustrated in their attempts to bed foreigners.

“First, pretend you’re Canadian whenever you can,” Hapbrook said. “But make sure you’re not around actual Canadians, because they’ll know you’re lying and cock-block you. Second, if there are any anti-American protests going on, take care to avoid women carrying signs. Third, focus your itinerary on countries like Ireland and Japan that are still relatively friendly to Americans.”

“You may want to write off France altogether,” Hapbrook added.

Hapbrook said he developed his tactics in 1983, when the American government was practicing hardline Cold War foreign policy and he was spending his junior year abroad.

Higgs, who spends most of his time in his hostel playing solitaire and watching DVDs on his laptop computer, urged students back home to write to their congressional representatives.

“This affects all of us,” Higgs said. “The government has to acknowledge the needs of young Americans. Too many U.S. citizens in foreign lands are spending sleepless, lonely nights jerking off in increasingly filthy sleeping bags. It sucks.”

Misogyny I Won’t Miss (ummm, shouldn’t that be Ms.?)


As the Democratic nomination contest slouches toward a close, it’s time to take stock of what I will not miss.

I will not miss seeing advertisements for T-shirts that bear the slogan “Bros before Hos.” The shirts depict Barack Obama (the Bro) and Hillary Clinton (the Ho) and are widely sold on the Internet.

I will not miss walking past airport concessions selling the Hillary Nutcracker, a device in which a pantsuit-clad Clinton doll opens her legs to reveal stainless-steel thighs that, well, bust nuts. I won’t miss television and newspaper stories that make light of the novelty item.

I won’t miss episodes like the one in which liberal radio personality Randi Rhodes called Clinton a “big [expletive] whore” and said the same about former vice presidential nominee Geraldine Ferraro. Rhodes was appearing at an event sponsored by a San Francisco radio station, before an audience of appreciative Obama supporters — one of whom had promoted the evening on the presumptive Democratic nominee’s official campaign Web site.

I won’t miss Citizens United Not Timid (no acronym, please), an anti-Clinton group founded by Republican guru Roger Stone.

Political discourse will at last be free of jokes like this one, told last week by magician Penn Jillette on MSNBC: “Obama did great in February, and that’s because that was Black History Month. And now Hillary’s doing much better ’cause it’s White Bitch Month, right?” Co-hosts Joe Scarboroughand Mika Brzezinski rebuked Jillette.

I won’t miss political commentators (including National Public Radiopolitical editor Ken Rudin and Andrew Sullivan, the columnist and blogger) who compare Clinton to the Glenn Close character in the movie “Fatal Attraction.” In the iconic 1987 film, Close played an independent New York woman who has an affair with a married man played by Michael Douglas. When the liaison ends, the jilted woman becomes a deranged, knife-wielding stalker who terrorizes the man’s blissful suburban family. Message: Psychopathic home-wrecker, begone.

The airwaves will at last be free of comments that liken Clinton to a “she-devil” (Chris Matthewson MSNBC, who helpfully supplied an on-screen mock-up of Clinton sprouting horns). Or those who offer that she’s “looking like everyone’s first wife standing outside a probate court” (Mike Barnicle, also on MSNBC).

But perhaps it is not wives who are so very problematic. Maybe it’s mothers. Because, after all, Clinton is more like “a scolding mother, talking down to a child” (Jack Cafferty on CNN).

When all other images fail, there is one other I will not miss. That is, the down-to-the-basics, simplest one: “White women are a problem, that’s — you know, we all live with that” (William Kristol of Fox News).

I won’t miss reading another treatise by a man or woman, of the left or right, who says that sexism has had not even a teeny-weeny bit of influence on the course of the Democratic campaign. To hint that sexism might possibly have had a minimal role is to play that risible “gender card.”

Most of all, I will not miss the silence.

I will not miss the deafening, depressing silence of Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean or other leading Democrats, who to my knowledge (with the exception of Sen. Barbara Mikulski of Maryland) haven’t publicly uttered a word of outrage at the unrelenting, sex-based hate that has been hurled at a former first lady and two-term senator from New York. Among those holding their tongues are hundreds of Democrats for whom Clinton has campaigned and raised millions of dollars. Don Imus endured more public ire from the political class when he insulted the Rutgers University women’s basketball team.

Would the silence prevail if Obama’s likeness were put on a tap-dancing doll that was sold at airports? Would the media figures who dole out precious face time to these politicians be such pals if they’d compared Obama with a character in a blaxploitation film? And how would crude references to Obama’s sex organs play?

There are many reasons Clinton is losing the nomination contest, some having to do with her strategic mistakes, others with the groundswell for “change.” But for all Clinton’s political blemishes, the darker stain that has been exposed is the hatred of women that is accepted as a part of our culture.

Marie Cocco is syndicated by the Washington Post Writers Group. Her e-mail address is

Wonderful piece Marie (no, really…lol). All that writing then you toss (inadvertantly, I’m sure OR is it buried in the back of your mind, somewhere?)……a shot in, I’d say right here:

But for all Clinton’s political blemishes, the darker stain that has been exposed is the hatred of women that is accepted as a part of our culture.

“Stain”, would have been sufficent, wouldn’t you think?


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Blow to Clinton as Edwards backs Obama

Didn’t this happen a few times, before? Great sense of humor Financial Times, but I don’t think Bill and Monica let you two watch.

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New Bra, With Empowerment…

TOKYO  —  Can lingerie really empower women?

That’s what one company apparently was thinking in its quest to design a solar-powered bra capable of generating enough electricity to charge a cell phone or iPod, Reuters reported.

Triumph International Japan showed off its “Solar Power Bra” on Wednesday in Tokyo, but it will not be in stores just yet.


The environmentally friendly, green-colored brassiere includes a solar belt that goes around the stomach, but its creator admits that “people usually cannot got outside without wearing clothes over it” and says it should not be washed or worn in the rain to avoid damage.

This bra, does have its points. Women who are, ummmm large ohhh, sizes will one day light the world. Try to unhook this idea you greenie bastards. Thank God for women, and the Japanese. Let us all hope, that should Barack Hussein Obama win the election, Michelle because she is so sexy decides to get one, and with their first wet kiss, inside the (can I say this, Michelle?) White House, they get so sexy they fall to the ground, as ashes.

Pick your running mate well, Obama. (OH, I meant the actual Vice President, kind)

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Shirts Can Send You Messages

This shirt has just completely ruined “Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Nirvana for me.

For the uninitiated, here is “Smells Like Teen Spirit”:

This shirt makes me glad that men like to make it clear I should avoid them before I even start talking to them.


Isn’t that what the wise folk say? Spread your investments. Consider alternative suppliers.

And be prepared for the worst. You never know what’s coming around the corner so always, always have a backup plan…

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