Sometimes liberals don’t lie

It’s not very often, but sometimes liberals don’t lie.  From USA Today

Joe Klein, blogger, on Swampland, Time.com: “Revolutions everywhere — in the Middle East, in the middle West. But there is a difference: In the Middle East, the protesters are marching for democracy; in the middle West, they’re protesting against it. I mean, isn’t it, well, a bit ironic that the protesters in Madison … are chanting ‘Freedom, Democracy, Union’ while trying to prevent a vote? Isn’t it ironic that the Democratic senators have fled the democratic process?

Happy Birthday Mr. President

When I was a kid growing up, today was a holiday.

February 22.

George Washington’s Birthday.

TPTB moved it and renamed it, and made it a 3-day weekend.

Lincoln’s birthday was the 12th, and Washington’s the 22nd.  Now, it’s just President’s Day, in the middle of Black History Month.

Go figure.

 

 

Obama group calls for violence against conservatives

Blogger Rebel Pundit has discovered a truly disgusting Craigslist ad inspired by White House advisor David Plouffe’s leftist group “organizing for america” … (click to enlarge)

Can you feel it? The tipping point is very near, I think.

Be ready.

h/t free republic

The liberal mindset

What’s more disturbing than this video? I’ll tell you.
These people breed and vote.

A Quick Wrap-Up Of Øbummer’s Egypt Policy

It’s his story and he’s sticking to it

a French man is suing GlaxoSmithKline, the drug maker.

He claims their drug has turned him into a flaming homo gambling  sex addict, or something.

Didier Jambart, a 51-year-old married father of two, claims in the lawsuit, according to Agence France-Presse, that his behavior changed radically after he began taking the drug in 2003. He says he attempted suicide three times, that he became addicted to Internet gambling, and that he became a cross-dressing gay sex addict.

Jambart also reportedly claims that his pursuit of risky sexual encounters led to him being raped.

Bizarre.  link

I was there when we beat the Bear.

In 1980, Mississippi State enjoyed one of it’s finest victories on the gridiron, ending top-ranked Alabama’s 28 game winning streak.

Emory Bellard was the coach.

Bellard, 83 has died.

RIP, Coach.

h/t Marcello

previously:  Wishbone Wisdom

read more:  ESPN

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