Thursday, August 21, 2014

Fed Up

***Great piece by George Will today:

The collapse of confidence in government is not primarily because many conspicuous leaders are conspicuously dimwitted, although when Joe Biden refers to “the nation of Africa,” or Harry Reid disparages the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision as rendered by “five white men” (who included Clarence Thomas), Americans understand that their increasingly ludicrous government lacks adult supervision. What they might not understand is that Reids and Bidens come with government so bereft of restraint and so disoriented by delusions of grandeur that it gives fighting knives to police and grief to purveyors of noncompliant cupcakes.

Read the whole thing.


'nuff said.

***This is who Texas Democrats are defending.

Scott lays out below the farce of the indictment of Texas Governor Rick Perry, but let’s not move on before taking in the proximate cause of political dispute, the conduct of Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg, who ironically runs the “public integrity section” of the DA’s office while obviously having no public integrity whatsoever.  If you have 15 minutes of leisure and a strong threshold against disgust, take in these two videos of Ms. Lehmberg in action, first in her DUI stop (where her blood-alcohol level was .23), and then, even better, her appalling jailhouse behavior:

Follow the link to see the videos...if you can stand it.

*** Oh yeah, we've all done it...

***Bill Clinton smokes $1000 cigars - but they're barely makin' it, according to Hillary.

When you pull in a half-million dollars a speech, why not celebrate with the "Rolls Royce" of cigars?
Former President Bill Clinton reportedly indulges in some of the world's most expensive cigars, from a Dominican Republic company whose smokes fetch up to $1,000 -- that's per cigar, not per box.
Kaizad Hansotia, the chief executive officer of the company Gurkha, told Bloomberg News that one box of "His Majesty's Reserve" fetches $25,000. That price is expected to increase to about $30,000 by next year.
"We hunt for the most exotic tobaccos around the world," Hansotia said, rationalizing the nearly $1,000 price tag. The company produces about 20,000 boxes per year, and has a three-year waiting list. Clients include business leaders, royal families and dignitaries. A-List celebrities like Matthew McConaughey -- and apparently one former president -- also smoke the company's premium cigars.
"Bill Clinton loves the Beauties; he loves the Gurkhas," Hansotia said.

Yep, just regular folks.

***Now there's something I didn't know - The Secret to a Great Steak? Don't Thaw Before Cooking.

***Pressure mounts for airstrikes against ISIS. Should have happened weeks ago.

***Stay in a real world Oz. Oh, they ought to make a whole theme park out of that movie!


***What you do speaks so loud that I cannot hear what you say. ~~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

***Have a great day!

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