Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Who knew Slo-Joe Biden was in the porno business!

here's what an Ivy League edjakation gets you these days...

When They Called; President Obama failed on Benghazi by Women United

Tired of Bronco Bamma and Mitt Romney


Over the weekend, Facebook took down a message by the Special Operations Speaks PAC (SOS) which highlighted the fact that Obama denied backup to the forces being overrun in Benghazi.


 If you are the Government you don't just take candy from one person and give it to another. You take a person's candy, eat half of it (waste, bureaucracies etc), then give the remainder to the other person.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012



Usually you can just pick a winner by which side has the most players bonded out of jail, but it might be all of them in this case.

The Dating Game Gets Partisan, With Politics a Deal Breaker

Opposites Aren't So Attractive; Voting Record Trumps Religion, Looks and Schooling

Ms. Adler owns Selective Search Inc., a high-end matchmaking service in Chicago. With 28 offices across the nation, the firm pledges to find the ideal mate for clients paying fees that start at $20,000. Not in four presidential elections has Selective Search seen so much love lost over politics.
In this neck-and-neck, ideologically fraught presidential election season, politically active singles won't cross party lines. The result is a dating desert populated by reds and blues who refuse to make purple.
Perhaps, if one were into Sado-Masochism a democrat would make a good pick as a partner... I'm not too familiar with the lifestyle myself, but as a Republican, the "little red ball, taped in the mouth" thing does have a certain appeal.


Barack be nimble
Barack be quick
Barack be history
November 6 

Mooochelle Obama...It's good to be QUEEN!......and a hypocrite!

Obama's midas touch of picking losers

How Pepsi Went From Coke's Greatest Rival To An Also-Ran In The Cola Wars
Just attach your wagon to Obama and watch your brand go to hell.

Pepsi paid Arnell Group an outrageous $1 million for this logo, which isn't drastically different from its predecessor. 
The logo also made headlines for resembling that of newly elected President Obama. Coupled with Pepsi's new slogans -- "Yes You Can" and "Choose Change" -- the company was criticized for copying Obama's award-winning campaign and aligning itself with it at the same time.
In a response to these allegations, Pepsi Brands chief Frank Cooper seemed to insinuate that Pepsi may have inspired Obama's campaign.

It may be a classic storm, but just another day at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

stolen from the Facebook page of Dan Marshall.