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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Operation Facetious & Spurious

Champion of justice, Eric Holder is seen here, down Mexico way, getting rid of some junk in his trunk. What do you do when you've got to have evidence to support your gun control fantasies? You can entrust the job to a rogue government agency, or just dream it up yourself. I'm sure border agent Brian Terry's family will understand that it takes some sacrifices to keep the Great Society moving. –Dale

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Karlmic Consciousness

Asking Richard Gere or any other liberal Hollywood Actorvist to empty their mind evokes an immediate response of, "done, now what?" Hollywood is pretty easy pickin's for a guy like the Dalai Lama, so why has the exiled ruler of Tibet recently declared, "I am a Marxist."? My guess is that next time, he wants to leave the White House by the front door. –Dale

Thursday, June 9, 2011

A Hose By Any Other Name

Congressman Anthony Weiner, in a last ditch effort to save his public sector job has chosen a flimsy, yet unique cover-up technique. What caused this once vaunted mosquito-like Democrat political hack to go so wrong? Weiner is a progressive leftist Democrat. As such, he rises in the morning, gargles the blood of the innocent unborn, then spends the rest of the day swimming in venomous lies fashioned to destroy his own country for political gain. When seen through this prism, posting his post looks like a pretty small thing. –Dale

Thursday, June 2, 2011

To Hear From Eternity

What brings Old Blue Eyes back to the land of the dying? Apparently a simple misunderstanding on Frank's part, but imagining our leaders putting our grandchildren trillions of dollars in hock to Godless commies is unthinkable. The only thing more far-fetched is printing money to be paid back by what you hope to find between your future sofa cushions. No matter how poorly news gets translated in the hereafter, Sinatra's critique is amazingly cogent. –Dale