Tuesday, June 19, 2012

So Much To Do...

***I couldn't even take the time to blog this morning. That's usually the first thing I do - drink my Click (protein drink) and blog, then I get busy with my work. I had too much that had to be done early today, though, so I've been hitting hard it since about 3:30 a.m. My back's feelin' it, too. No amount of Tylenol seems to be doing the job.

***MSNBC embarrasses itself again. The sad thing, they still call themselves journalists.

***The maddening details of Obama's unconstitutional DREAM executive order. He is out of control, and the Republicans better start screaming about this stuff and reining him in.

The maddening details of Obama’s DREAM Decree are becoming clearer. As this CIS report notes, 1) The decree doesn’t just apply to illegal immigrants who were “brought to this country by their parents.” It also would give work permits to those who snuck across the border by themselves as teenagers. “Through no fault of their own” is a talking point for DREAM proselytizers, not an actual legal requirement. 2) The same goes for the phrase “and know only this country as home.” That’s a highly imaginative riff on the decree’s actual requirement, which is for 5 years “continuous residence.”  It turns out “continuous residence” doesn’t mean what you think it means. “Immigration attorneys have been successful in getting immigration courts to whittle this down to a point where it is almost meaningless,” says CIS’s Jon Feere. As an illegal immigrant you can go back homeabroad for multiple 6-month stints during those five years–but, if precedent holds, in Janet Napolitano’s eyes you will still “know only this country as home.” …

***Cambridge, MA considers soda ban in restaurants. I kid you not. Obviously they've been talking to Mayor Doomberg.


Bill Maher on Monday called the GOP the “Party of the Apes” and ripped Republicans for not repudiating Rep. Allen West — who, the comedian suggested, should be taken to a mental hospital.
“[T]he idea that the blame for our government’s dysfunction is equally shared by the parties just is a giant, steaming mound of horsesh*t and anyone who has paid attention to politics over the last 20 years knows it. Or as I like to call it, ‘The Rise of the Party of the Apes,’” the host of HBO’s “Real Time” wrote on his blog.

Some people call that humor. 

***                                      Good Lord, Woman! Get a Towel!





The singer, who hails from Detroit, will join Lynyrd Skynyrd, Trace Adkins, Ronnie Dunn, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Robert Randolph, and Night Ranger and other rock and country music acts at the Tampa event, according to Politico.

Kid Rock backed Barack Obama in the 2008 election and this time has thrown his support behind fellow Michigan native Mitt Romney.

***                                         WHAT THE...??



***When we lose one blessing, another is often most unexpectedly given in its place.
C.S. Lewis 
 
***Have a great day!
 
 

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