Thursday, March 22, 2012

Class Warfare

*** Look what this middle school teacher assigned his students:

A Virginia middle school teacher recently forced his students to support President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign by conducting opposition research in class against the Republican presidential candidates.

Amazing. Read the whole thing.

***Supreme Court sides with Idaho property owners over EPA. Well, THAT'S good news. The EPA should be abolished, in my opinion.

Mike and Chantell Sackett bought their land near a scenic lake for $25,000, but when they decided to build a property there in 2007, the EPA ordered a halt, saying the Clean Water Act requires that wetlands not be disturbed without a permit. 

***Obama's trying to trick Americans into thinking he's all for the Keystone Pipeline now, even though he's been standing in the way since the beginning. And his loyal American media cover for him.

All of a sudden now, he wants to be seen as approving the Keystone pipeline.  He's not doing that, folks.  He's going to Cushing, Oklahoma, for a photo-op at the southern leg of the keep on pipeline that he claims to be fast-tracking.  He's not doing anything about the northern half of the pipeline.  It remains blocked.  The northern half of the pipeline remains unauthorized.  And that's the argumentative part. That's the part that's gonna go through sensitive swampland or whatever kind of land in Nebraska.  But Obama, it's gonna be reported today or tonight, has authorized the construction of the Keystone pipeline.

Read the whole thing. What a slimy President we have.


***Obama lies about oil again! Another day, another Obama fib. Business as usual.

***I love this time of year, with the beautiful spring blooms!

***Our buffoon of a Vice President steps in it again. Honestly, this guy needs some psychiatric help.

***What U.S. Marines and Christians have in common.

***Easter recipes. Hey, it's not too early to start planning! Not sure what we're doing for Easter this year, but of course it will involve food!

***See a need, fill a need! Interesting story.


***10 games for old age:

1.)Sag, You're it
2.)Pin the Toupee on the bald guy
3.)20 questions shouted into your good ear
4.)Kick the bucket
5.)Red Rover, Red Rover, the nurse says Bend Over
6.)Doc Goose
7.)Simon says something incoherent
8.)Hide and go pee
9.)Spin the Bottle of Mylanta
10.)Musical recliners

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter
Martin Luther King, Jr.

***Have a great day!

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