Time Magazine to Obama: I LOVE YOU MAN; covers up fact G.W. Bush intel got U.S. bin Laden and Obama is a flip Flopper
Friday, May 11, 2012 at 12:36 am — admin
Time magazine has become a laughing stock under the puerile guidance of managing editor Richard Stengel, who I can say has the intellect of an iguana. Now let’s cut to an example of why NO ONE reads Time anymore: In an effort to re-elect their boy toy Barky they did an issue on “look how cool our boy Barky is because he allowed men with guns to shoot Bin Fuckladin.” In an effort to lie to their readers and suggest that G.W. Bush had nothing to do with the capture and kill of bin FuckLaden, Time put this header...
Tuesday, July 6, 2010 at 10:37 pm — admin
If you thought NASA stood for National Aeronautics and Space Administration you live pre-Barack Obama as potus. The man who looks destined to turn the White House into Hyde Park Romper Room has told the head of NASA to make Muslim outreach his TOP priority.
Monday, July 27, 2009 at 6:14 pm — admin
A reader just asked what became of Obama overturning the HHS Conscience rule?
Sunday, March 15, 2009 at 12:13 pm — admin
A while back, I struck up a conversation with the elegantly dressed man sitting to my right at a dinner party. We were talking about the cost/benefit ratios of war. It is hard to say war is beneficial, but the reality can be—for example, WWII halted the eradication of millions of Jews--a benefit.
Thursday, January 29, 2009 at 3:00 pm — admin
I took the measure of George W. Bush before he took office. As Gov. of Texas, Bush was said to have mocked--in high-pitched female voice-- Karla Faye Tucker. (Tucker was an admitted killer with a most troubling past, who was executed by the state of Texas under Bush’s watch.) Bush mocked her attempts to have him grant her a pardon. Tucker Carlson, a very conservative media guy and no relation to Karla, was the one to make this accusation, and never for a minute did I doubt the episode.
Tuesday, November 18, 2008 at 11:17 am — M.A. Liginter
Quiz question: What was Bush’s first act in office?
Answer: A symbolic one.