Tuesday, June 9, 2015

EEK!

***Think you're an animal lover? After you see these creatures from Australia, you may change your mind!

Here's a croc-eating python:



Insanely huge bats:




Yep, that's an incredibly strong snake lifting a wallaby out of the water...




More at the link if you haven't had enough. Ew.

***Rubio hits back. He's right - the New York Times, an arm of the Democrat Party, has been picking at Marco Rubio about stupid stuff like his wife's traffic tickets, and now they fault him for having had financial problems when he got out of college. Who doesn't? Oh, I mean other than privileged Democrats who are worth millions but gripe about OTHER people having money. Rubio had this to say:

The Rubio campaign has hit back at a New York Times story Tuesday claiming that the Florida senator's personal financial habits have been "imprudent" and at times extravagant.

"First, The New York Times attacks Marco over traffic tickets, and now they think he doesn't have enough money," said Rubio spokesman Alex Conant, according to USA Today. "Of course, if he was worth millions, the Times would then attack him for being too rich, like they did to Mitt Romney."
Tuesday's story by the Times, headlined, "Struggles with Finances Track Marco Rubio's Career" said that Rubio stands out not only for his youth and dramatic political rise but also for persistent doubts about his personal financial management.

The traffic ticket story was really pathetic. Turns out most of the tickets were his wife's, he got four tickets in 18 years. Good thing Hillary's husband has never done anything bad, I'm sure they'd be all over it. Right?

***In yet another example of unpresidential, whining child behavior, Obama took a cheap shot at the Supreme Court regarding Obamacare.  Honestly, it's still hard for me to believe enough Americans voted for this bozo to elect him twice.

***Beautiful.
 


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why I drink coffee


***Patience and perseverance have a magical effect before which difficulties disappear and obstacles vanish.  ~John Quincy Adams
 
***Have a great day!
 

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