Thursday, March 14, 2013

Assortment

Pope Francis: a bit of an enigma, but I’m sure he will become less so as time progresses. As a Catholic, I certainly wish him well.

South Carolinians! Lindsey Graham is receiving support from NYC mayor and national pain in the ass Michael Bloomberg. What more do you need to know?

Admiral Locklear is late to the global warming scam, but seems to have fallen for it hook, line and sinker.

Memo to President Obama: If you’re ignorant of history, it can be kind of hard to get on the right side of it.

Obama’s thin skin is catching.

So, how exactly does a “charm offensive” work without, you know, charm?

Senate Democrats finally come up with a budget initiative. Their awesome plan? “Let’s raise taxes by another $1 trillion.”

I like Mr. G's plan better.

What appears to be an interesting new book: Karl Schlögel’s Moscow 1937.

Cuba has no intention of writing off its investment in Hugo Chávez just because of the minor inconvenience that the Venezuelan strongman is now dead.

The soda pop anthem.

I keep waiting for a loud report, like the sound of a balloon popping.

John McCain is now starring in a reprise of the Hitchcock classic, entitled The Wacko Birds.

Solid reporting from ace newsman, Jack Wiley Dithers.

Swampy's paradise: and the German Shepherd shall lie down with the turkey.


5 comments:

thatmrgguy said...

Thank you for the link kind sir. And how 'bout that sorry excuse for a human being Lindsey Graham asking for help from Nanny Bloomberg?

Paco said...

He's digging his own political grave.

bruce said...

Cuba is tightening its grip on Venezuela? Gee, who could have seen that coming? Couldn't just be all that oil money, naah.

Paco said...

No, no, Bruce, just, er, comradely solidarity.

Isophorone said...

Here I thought McCain would also star in the remake: Attack of the Wacko Tomatoes