Sunday, February 28, 2010
Reconciliation is a legislative process in the United States Senate intended to allow consideration of a contentious budget bill without the threat of filibuster.
Saturday, February 27, 2010
Posted on February 17, 2010 at 10:13 PM
SEATTLE - If you've been keeping up on what is permitted in Seattle parks, guns are okay. Spitting is also okay. Smoking? Not so fast.
Starting on April 1, you could get kicked out of a Seattle park for smoking. It's not an April fool's joke. The Seattle Parks and Recreation superintendent decided to ban smoking, despite recommendations from the Board of Park Commissioners.
Tonight, at Victor Steinbrueck Park along Seattle's waterfront, you could find a number of visitors smoking while enjoying the sunset. But come April 1, no more. Even non-smokers are surprised.
I guess the superintendent is on a power trip and does not care what the Board suggested they should do.
Last week, the Board of Park Commissioners decided against a smoking ban. But today, Parks Superintendent Tim Gallagher issued a memo, stating he decided to "prohibit smoking, chewing or other tobacco use anywhere on [Seattle] Parks and Recreation property."
City Retracts Blanket Ban on Smoking in Parks
Posted by Dominic Holden on Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 5:50 PM
Tim Gallagher, the superintendent of Seattle Parks and Recreation, announced this evening that he would retract a smoking ban that applied to all places in Seattle's 400 parks. The blanket smoking ban, which Gallagher decreed only yesterday, would have allowed police to kick out people found using any tobacco products from city parks.
Instead, Gallhager is adopting the recommendation of the Board of Park Commissioners, which advised rules to prohibit "smoking, chewing, or other tobacco use ... within 25 feet of other park patrons and in play areas, beaches, or playgrounds.”
“Based on the input from the public that followed my initial decision, I have decided that a gradual approach to a smoking ban is reasonable,” Gallagher said in a statement released by his spokeswoman.
I guess the input had something to do about keeping a job
Friday, February 26, 2010
On another website I’ve been engaged in a brusque debate with an evangelizing global warming doomsayer–the type that Dr. John Costella, expert science analyst of the leaked CRY emails, aptly terms,’ climate fraud denier.’ Quickly, to counter my scientific arguments he turned to personalizing the matter. I was called ‘obsessive’ and a ‘conspiracy theorist.’ I was then challenged to justify why I knew better than ’97.5% of all climate scientists.’
Here was my reply:
I am a legal advocate, totally unpaid in relation to fighting these climate criminals. I have litigated against government corruption for over a decade in the U.S. federal Court Second Circuit as well as the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Appeal Court and Division of Human Rights. I have insight plus I still haven’t lost a case. If that makes me ‘obsessive’ about fighting corruption then count me in.
I am 100% in support of conservation, recycling and prudent use of natural resources. I have close friends who were former members of environment groups until those organizations became heavily politicized in the early 1990’s.
I argue the free market has been most adept at taking care of the supply and demand issues over dwindling fossil fuels. Fuel price rises compel us to conserve regardless of unnecessary government policy. Nationalized industries have an appalling history of waste and inefficiency. Common sense tells us if a commodity becomes more rare it goes up in price, so we become more precious about it. Technological development occurs best in a free market economy so we do not need big government to force us to ‘go green.’
Many so-called green energy alternatives are uneconomic and futile e.g. wind turbines use vast amounts of copper, are wholly unreliable plus extremely expensive to build and maintain. Without huge government subsidies no one would touch them. France runs on 80% nuclear power most efficiently and happily. Nuclear power is the only practicable long-term solution for national base energy loads.
Humans are NOT heating up the planet. Simply check the two oldest and most reliable ground RAW temp records in the world: the CET (England) and the Central European Record (Prague). These prove that for the past several hundred years global warming has been occurring naturally at a rate of 0.25 C per century, entirely normal for the Holocene interglacial period in which we live.
Indeed, the warming blip that climate scaremongers get all hot about is that time from 1975-98, which compares neatly with those entirely natural yet similar blips of 1860-80 and 1910-40 and which no climatologist attributes to human emissions. Therefore, we see no human climate-forcing signal.
The truth is in the science. Science is about facts, not a show of hands. The complexity of climate involves a multiplicity of scientific disciplines. Yet climate scientists have had to rely on a small core of a mere two dozen or so ‘elite’ climate scientists who are responsible for the ‘homogenized’ temp data sets produced from a central WMO source. That is where the fraud lies.
Government agencies GHCN, NOAA and CRU have been artificially heating up the numbers to show a warming signal; they call it ‘homogenisation.’ Independent analysts have now exposed the fraud of homogenization of climate data. The raw data so far examined proves that older temperatures have been pushed down, while recent temperatures have been ramped up–that’s fraud.
Hundreds of honorable climate scientists have been fed the faked numbers so that they have been duped for years, en masse. This is why independent auditors, for the past seven years, have tried to have access to how the homogenization process was done by those few crooks. But they have been declined. Why?
From the leaked Climategate emails we learn that this crooked elite rigged the peer-review process and also admitted to ‘fudging’ the data to ‘hide the decline.’ Until discredited Professor Phil Jones of CRU admitted to the BBC that there has been ‘no statistically significant’ temperature rise since 1995, the world had been continuously fed the lie that the temperatures were rising at a ‘catastrophic’ rate.
I have analyzed the leaked emails from CRU, and in my opinion they prove a conspiracy to commit fraud. This is the greatest Ponzi scheme of all time. Bernie Madoff is a small fry by comparison. That is why 16 major climate actions have just hit the US courts. The truth is out and the game is up. I care not whether you ‘believe’ in global warming or not–the task of legal advocates, like me, as for honorable scientists, is to work with the facts.
I am actively lobbying the UK police and Attorney General to bring criminal charges against Jones et al. I can assure you, on the lower quantum of proof in civil courts, the likes of Al Gore, Jones, Mann, Hansen, etc. will be fined and made bankrupt. But we need their kind behind bars–they have wasted over $50 billion of taxpayer’s money already. Even this corrupt UK government had to admit that Freedom Of Information (FOI) requests were criminally refused as per ICO investigations. Only self-serving politicians continue to obstruct justice. But as they see their political constituency dwindle they, too, will soon capitulate to facts and reason.
Carbon trading was going to make billions for a select few. That investment bubble has now burst. Climategate has irrevocably changed history. The proposed carbon economy was intended as a global wealth redistribution scheme and green taxes were the thread to sew together all nations into a one world government. Read the Copenhagen Draft Treaty–it spells out in black and white the plan for a new world socialist order–no elected representatives for you, no democracy! Read it, and then try telling me I’m a conspiracy theorist. Just be thankful climate skeptics saved you from that dystopia."
Orlando, Florida (CNN) -- A whale trainer at SeaWorld died from "multiple traumatic injuries and drowning" after a 12,000-pound killer whale grabbed her ponytail and pulled her underwater in front of shocked onlookers at Shamu Stadium, the Orange County Sheriff's office said Thursday.
The county medical examiner ruled Brancheau "most likely died from multiple traumatic injuries and drowning after one of the park's killer whales pulled her into a pool behind Shamu Stadium," the sheriff's office said in a statement.
"AND drowning"? I never finished medical school, but I'm pretty sure that if you drown, THAT is the cause of death. Let's face it- people drown as a result of aspirating too much water. Dead men don't aspirate ANYTHING (you know- cuz they're DEAD). If there's water in the lungs of a corpse, it's because they were still breathing when they were exposed to the water. Of course, naming the cause of death "multiple traumatic injuries and drowning makes for better entertainment so I "understand".
The statement confirms Tompkins' account, saying that Brancheau was interacting with the whale, named Tilikum, in knee-deep water "when the animal grabbed her by the hair, said to be in a long ponytail, and pulled her underwater."
WESH: Watch tourist's video seconds before whale attack
This video is largely uninteresting but you get a glimpse of Ms. Brancheau smiling naively at the whale just before the "horseplay" commences toward the end of the clip.
"While this incident remains the subject of an ongoing death investigation, there are no signs of foul play," the sheriff's statement said. "All evidence and witness statements indicate that the death was a tragic accident."
Someone was killed by a Killer Whale and anyone suspected foul play? Very funny. Someone got in the water with a Killer Whale with a history of horseplay/killing people and it's a "tragic accident"? What's tragic here is that these people are allowed to confine wild animals in the name of "furthering scientific research through funding and revenue realized from facilities like Sea World".
Earlier accounts varied on how Brancheau ended up in the tank.
A witness told CNN affiliate WKMG-TV that the whale approached the glass side of the 35-foot-deep tank at Shamu Stadium, jumped up and grabbed Brancheau by her waist, shaking her so violently that her shoe came off. A SeaWorld employee, who asked not to be identified, described the incident the same way.
"shaking her so violently that her shoe came off". I heard another account wherein her shoe "went flying off". Either way, people watch way too many youtube videos but flying shoes must be some kind of running joke perpetrated by God and physics.
Orange County Sheriff's Office spokesman Jim Solomons said Brancheau slipped into the tank.
Tilikum has been linked to two other deaths. He and two other whales were involved in the drowning of a trainer at a Victoria, British Columbia, marine park in 1991. The trainer fell into the whale tank at the Sea Land Marine Park Victoria and was dragged underwater as park visitors watched.
You'd think they'd put up a rail or something to prevent people from "slipping" or "falling" into the tank. On second thought, since these are all Libs "communing" with nature and somehow, mysteriously and tragically experience the inevitable, maybe we should install "slip n' slides" and an unlimited supply of WD-40.
In 1999, Tilikum was blamed for the death of a 27-year-old man whose body was found floating in a tank at SeaWorld, the apparent victim of a whale's "horseplay," authorities said then.
More on "horseplay" later in this post.
The Orange County Sheriff's Office said the man apparently hid in the park until after it closed, then climbed into the tank.
The 22-foot-long whale was "not accustomed to people being in his tank" and "wouldn't have realized he was dealing with a very fragile human being," Solomons said at the time.
Yes- because if he had realized he was dealing with a very fragile human being, that would have made all the difference in the world. Let's face it, they've captured, confined, and harassed a highly-intelligent, large, wild animal and suddenly and miraculously, it sees very fragile human beings as "friends". I guess you have to be well-practiced in self-deception to believe that one.
Because of Tilikum's history, as well as his size, trainers did not get into the water with him, Tompkins told CNN. Specific procedures were in place for working with him, he said, although "obviously, we need to evaluate those protocols."
Well, in her defense, she didn't mean to get in the water with him- she slipped. Of course, I'm sure that if she wasn't 100% certain that she'd be fine if she got just a bit closer... a bit deeper into the wading area... she never would have gotten herself into trouble in the first place. I'm not sure how many years of experience she had working with Orcas but it seems to me that she should have consulted with an expert before getting anywhere near the water.
Tompkins pointed out that the 1991 incident occurred before SeaWorld owned Tilikum and that no one is sure what took place in the incident eight years later.
Yes because if they kept complete and accurate records, they'd lose their funding.
Tilikum could have been trying to play with Brancheau or get her attention or companionship, said Nancy Black, a marine biologist who has studied whales for 20 years. Such whales play with seals and sea lions in the wild, tossing them in the air, she said. But they do not kill them and end up letting them go.
Yes- but they also kill them and eat them.
"I don't believe the killer whale purposely intended to kill the woman," she said. "It was more likely an accident, I would guess." But, she said, the whale could also have been frustrated for some reason.
Tompkins said there were no indications of any problem with Tilikum or any other animal just before the incident, and that Brancheau "had done a great session with him ... he seemed to enjoy what he was doing at the time."
She's been studying whales for 20 years and goes on record to say that she has NO IDEA IN THE WORLD what happened. That's TWENTY YEARS of study without gaining any useful ore relevant knowledge. I suspect it's time her grants be reviewed.
The incident, however, raises larger questions regarding the captivity of wild animals.
A spokesman for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals called the death "a tragedy that didn't have to happen."
Jaime Zalac said the organization had called on SeaWorld "to stop confining oceangoing mammals to an area that to them is like the size of a bathtub, and we have also been asking the park to stop forcing the animals to perform silly tricks over and over again. It's not surprising when these huge, smart animals lash out."
I'm going to step out of character for a minute here and state that this is a rare occasion that I agree with PeTa. Wild animals should not be confined like this.
Black told CNN that killer whales in the wild live in family groups, and males stay with their mothers their entire lives. Family members rely on each other for social structure and play, and they cover hundreds of miles of ocean, she said.
"I think they do need more space, and situations like that do cause a lot of stress for them, most likely." She said Tilikum had a "flopped fin," something seen in captivity but not much in the wild.
But Tompkins said, "We have a tremendous track record with these animals at SeaWorld" and a very small percentage of problems. It's useful to have animals in the park, he said, because it gives scientists a chance to study them and gives members of the public an opportunity to see them and learn about them.
"This is the first time in 46 years that we've ever had an incident like this with a trainer," he said. Although Tilikum is large and has to be handled carefully, "to mark him as a killer is unfair."
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Much nicer than "THE NUCLEAR OPTION"
I'm with Ragweed - vote every last one of them out.
C.R. Johnson, 26, was skiing with a group of friends when he fell while trying to negotiate a "very, very tight, rocky area," said Jim Rogers, a member of the Lake Tahoe-area resort's ski patrol. He fell face-first, then spun around and struck the back of his head on rocks. Johnson was wearing a helmet, but Rogers said the helmet took a serious blow.
"Professional extreme skier". Please. Tell Obama there's a job open in California.
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
SeaWorld in San Diego suspended its killer whale show after a trainer was killed Wednesday at its Florida park in front of a horrified audience.
Spokesman David Koontz could not say when the daily show would resume. It was not immediately clear if the killer whale show, one of SeaWorld's biggest draws, would also be suspended at the park's San Antonio location, which was closed until the weekend.
On Wednesday, a killer whale attacked a SeaWorld Orlando trainer who slipped or fell in its tank. The trainer drowned in front of the audience, who were quickly hustled out of the stadium. The park was immediately closed.
The 40-year-old veteran trainer was one of the park's most experienced. It was not clear how she died.
LOL @ "the audience ...quickly hustled out". Next time watch the nurse sharks, morons.
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Monday, February 22, 2010
What is the next letter in this sequence? O T T F F
The best part of the puzzle is the only clue provided. It took a NASA astronaut 3 days to solve the puzzle and it took a 3rd grader 3 minutes.
Sunday, February 21, 2010
8, 6, 7, 9, 5, 6, 8, ??
Hint on Monday if needed...
Saturday, February 20, 2010
Friday, February 19, 2010
Thursday, February 18, 2010
This video doesn't show the win but since I didn't know who she was, it was nice to put a face to the name. I suspected that she wasn't a Liberal because rather than tell the tale, "I was *this close* to winning 'olympic gold' but because of my leg injury, I couldn't compete", she went with trying anyway and probably due to strength of will and intestinal fortitude did it anyway. I also suspected she wasn't a Liberal because when you look at her you don't instinctively want to smack her.
That's the big difference between Liberals and the rest of us. They're awfully good at making excuses, not doing the work, and blaming everyone else for their own failures.
Lindsey Vonn is no Lib.
Here's the link to the comments: youtube
This is one comment I found to be very telling:
Nice run to win the gold! But she's a total faker with all the injury hype. She was clearly looking for an excuse if she failed. One might call it the Kerri Strug effect. (a true WARRIOR who had a REAL injury) Also, am I the only one who notices how Vonn is always fixing her hair for the cameras? Someone, please........ pie this poser.
3. They call some unknown a "true" warrior with a "real" injury... both lib qualifier buzzwords
4. "also, am i the only one who notices..."... they think they're smarter than everyone else.
5. The commenter advocates and recommends throwing food.
7. They canna spell "poseur".
Cross posted at WOMBAT's blog.
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
In climbing, a cornice is an overhanging edge of snow on a ridge or the crest of a mountain. They form by wind blowing snow over the crest of the mountain, so they often form on the leeward sides of mountains. Cornices are extremely dangerous and traveling above or below them should be avoided.
Yes, watch this shiny object. Your eyes are getting heavy. The recovery act is working.
Found it at Moonbattery:
Right. Forget having Congress pass laws ... the EPA can just bypass Congress and hit your wallet directly. Sweet, huh? Think "taxes." The executive branch (Obama administration) is going to start taxing you. They won't call it a tax, they'll call it a fee or a penalty to corporations but you'll pay ... you'll pay just like it were a tax on you. Keep voting for libs.
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Story and list here.
I remember plenty of heated arguments in college (well - I remember vague parts - it was a long time ago) about what music would you want if you were stranded on a desert island. I think 10 is too many to pick - so I'll go with 5. Here are mine - in no particular order:
"Dark Side of the Moon" - Pink Floyd
"Aja" - Steely Dan
"Spike" - Elvis Costello
"London Calling" - The Clash
"Ah Via Musicom" - Eric Johnson
Nope - No Beatles.
Michelle 'Mashed up bag of meat' Malkin reports that Mitt 'Mittens' Romney was involved in an Air Rage incident. But unlike Patrick Kennedy, he was not the perpetrator of the air rage incident.
Mr. Romney, 62, and his wife, Ann, were sitting in Row 15 of the economy section of the Embrarer 190 airplane, waiting for the plane to take off when the incident happened.
The man sitting in front of Mr. Romney's wife dropped his seat back and when Mr. Romney asked him to move it upright for takeoff, the man became 'physically violent.' Another report said that the man tried to strike Mr. Romney.'Gov. Romney did not retaliate,' said Mr. Fehrnstrom.Mr. Romney was not injured.
The pilot returned to the gate and the passenger and his bags were removed by the RCMP.
But you know what I really like about this story? Mitt Romney, Republican millionaire, flying coach. Meanwhile, Al Gore --- the self-deified environmentalist --- takes private jets wherever he goes.
A striking contrast, n'est-ce pas?"
Monday, February 15, 2010
- Data for vital 'hockey stick graph' has gone missing
- There has been no global warming since 1995
- Warming periods have happened before - but NOT due to man-made changes
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Killian O'Brien, of Brooklyn, said in her suit that she plunged 17 feet through the hole that once held the station's fire pole.
The pole had been removed, but the hole was uncovered.
Cooper's spokesman declined to comment.
The firehouse was built in 1906. It was the former home of a unit of the Fire Patrol, a private firefighting organization backed by the insurance industry. From wcbstv.com:
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Washington Post’s King Disparages Palin as ‘Simple-Minded’ and ‘Mediocre’: "
Sarah Palin “doesn't have any substance there behind her” and her remarks at the Tea Party convention were “embarrassing at points” since she delivered “simple, simple thoughts, very simple-mindedly expressed,” Washington Post columnist Colby King charged on Inside Washington.
Jumbling the famous “most of the American people are mediocre. And they have a right to be represented” quote and its source, Colby, the Post's deputy editorial page editor from 2000 to 2007, applied the “mediocre” label to Palin: “Just as the Supreme Court nominee who was defeated said, you know, ‘everybody needs to have a little mediocre representation and that's what I am.’ That's what she is.”
That’s a pretty mediocre recollection of the quote which actually is from a Senator commenting on a Supreme Court nominee, not from the nominee. As James Taranto recounted on OpinionJournal.com in 2002:
When President Nixon appointed G. Harrold Carswell to the Supreme Court in 1970, critics said Carswell was mediocre. Sen. Hruska, a Nebraska Republican, rose to the nominee's defense: “It has been held against this nominee that he's mediocre. Well there are a lot of mediocre judges and lawyers and people. Most of the American people are mediocre. And they have a right to be represented on the Supreme Court.” The elitist U.S. Senate, however, rejected Carswell by a 51-45 vote.
King’s denigration of Palin, as spouted on Inside Washington, a weekly show produced and aired over the weekend by Washington, DC's ABC affiliate, but first broadcast Friday night on the local PBS station:
Sarah Palin does one thing very well, she speaks in cliches, but she doesn’t have any substance there behind her. I watched her speak at the Tea Party convention, then I listened to the interview that followed with the Tea Party chairman and it was embarrassing at points, to the point where you just want to avert your gaze when she starts to talk. Simple, simple thoughts, very simple-mindedly expressed.
Look, I understand she’s got a following, but just as the Supreme Court nominee who was defeated said, you know, ‘everybody needs to have a little mediocre representation and that’s what I am.’ That’s what she is."
SO WHAT? What is wrong with expressing your thoughts clearly and simply? Why on earth would anyone aspire to unnecessarily complicate their words? I'm frankly sick and tired of pseudo-intellectual Liberals playing "dress up" by choosing archaic, pedantic forms of expression under the guise of being "eloquent" when really, they're just trying to ensure that nobody picks up on what they're really saying.
The etymology of "sophisticated" is that it comes from the Sophists who established the philosophy of Sophistry. These people had a reputation for being intelligently tricky. I learned this 30 years ago and ever since have had an ingrained distrust for such people. Just say what you mean and mean what you say.
I don't care how simply you say it- just be sincere. I suspect and trust I'm not alone on this and for that reason, I have a strange feeling that Palin is going to be our next president or at the very least, vice president.
Friday, February 12, 2010
Even though police are tapping into the locations of mobile phones thousands of times a year, the legal ground rules remain unclear, and federal privacy laws written a generation ago are ambiguous at best. On Friday, the first federal appeals court to consider the topic will hear oral arguments in a case that could establish new standards for locating wireless devices.
In that case, the Obama administration has argued that warrantless tracking is permitted because Americans enjoy no "reasonable expectation of privacy" in their--or at least their cell phones'--whereabouts. U.S. Department of Justice lawyers say that "a customer's Fourth Amendment rights are not violated when the phone company reveals to the government its own records" that show where a mobile device placed and received calls. More here:
At least they don't perpetuate the myth that Liberals are snicker and condescending jackasses who have never lived down getting shoved into lockers in high school.
If MSNBC and CNN are really wondering why FOX is getting all the good ratings, they really should watch the network for a little while and pay attention. The hosts of the shows rarely snicker, never condescend to people who don't agree with their points, and when they have more than one guest on the air, it's invariably someone with a differing opinion from the first.
This video is a painfully reminiscent of what it must be like when a cheerleader tries to join drama club. For the first time, the people in drama club get to be the ones to exclude the "popular people" and do everything to pour as much acid as they can muster.
I know that Chris Matthews isn't a journalist- he's an entertainer so I really shouldn't take him seriously at all. After watching this video, I don't see how anyone could take him seriously at all.
Crossposted on WOMBAT's blog See my blog for video. It's not showing up here for some reason.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Chuck Todd, NBC’s political director and chief White House correspondent really didn’t like it when Fox News Washington managing editor Bill Sammon appeared on Fox News Sunday and said, “…the mainstream media hates the tea party movement almost as much as it hates Sarah Palin.”
From the "Morning with Joe" show on MSNBC:I know it's obvious that he's really talking about ONE "certain news organizations [sic]"- FOX. His use of singular verbs rather plural verbs makes this painfully obvious. If he weren't a Liberal, he'd just come out and say what he actually means instead of half-heartedly feign impartiality. Rather than coming across as diplomatic or tactful, he comes across as being a cowardly rat and that's probably closer to the truth.
Todd: We all know there are a lot of different ways people get news. And then you have straight journalists, you have activist journalists, you have opinion folks. And we know that they’re all out there. I think we believe here at NBC that people are smart enough to figure it out [yes they are and they don't believe your bullshit for five seconds]. And that’s why when a news executive goes out there and states a crazy accusation like that, that it ends up, it only ends up probably hurting what they’re trying to do, but it creates, it only denigrates all of us ["but it creates, it only denigrates"? What you said? Remember- this guy is NBC's political director and chief White House correspondent. How on earth did he get there?].
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And I’m sorry, there is [are] certain news organizations out here [there] whose agenda is [are] to undermine the 90% of journalists who are just simply trying to cover stories [You know- stop picking on the good, honest, hard-working people who are just trying to do their jobs. Really? Clearly, he has the most disproportionally egotistical people confused with people who actually work for a living.] out there. And that’s what really frustrates me about what’s happened in the media landscape. It is a business for some media organizations to undermine the quote-unquote [endquote] the [sic] mainstream media because it’s good for their business. And this is not just on the right, it’s happening on the left as well.
Here’s a comical story. Last year, “first black president” Bill Clinton held a luncheon in Harlem for a handful of liberal bloggers. Black liberals complained that there were no blacks at the luncheon (where “soul food” was served), though the organizer said he invited some. Below is a photo of bloggers who attended last year’s luncheon:
I can’t tell you how much I laughed and laughed at that photo. I ranted alongside black liberal bloggers about white liberals’ hypocrisy. I even bonded with a couple of them. Fond memories…
From La Shawn Barber
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
You are NOT going to believe what goes on in this video ... trust me.
This is the kind of absolute horseshit that goes on thanks to liberals writing laws for lawyers. and appointing their ideological peers to the bench. This is the kind of absolute horseshit that results from "evil corporations' being forced to pay ridiculous amounts of money in predatory lawsuits. This behavior can be stopped through action by elected officials.
It's going to keep snowing in DC until Al Gore cries "uncle"