Sorry that my rounds and posting has not been up to my normal standards lately, but family stuff, plus a lingering GI virus, in combination with the sudden and sad loss of Ken, I’ve been a bit occupied. Hopefully, with the start of a new week, and finally getting the Christmas decorations up, I can get back to a semblance of “business as usual.”
As for the theme, it is a case of; “I was looking for one thing but found something else instead.” I started looking for interesting Christmas commercials, but as I did, I saw some even more interesting ones. These are all banned, and they do show how much we have changed over the last few decades. So, enjoy the videos, and click the links.
Note: If you have some words about the passing of our contributor, Ken Minor, kindly leave them at his site, as I think his family will appreciate them.
Wyblog is covering some real “bi-partisanship” from a certain NJ Senator. He also has a moonbat troll.
The Other McCain has a legal defense fund. He’ll win, in any event, but you know what to do. He’s also covering the “Unexpected” unemployment, as well as the Helen Thomas “Zionist Overlords,” comment. I take it that her SS uniform was at the cleaners.
After last months election, President Obama warned Republicans that they had better be ready to play ball and work with him. “The American people were not issuing a mandate for gridlock,” he said. I beg to differ. I, for one, voted for that very thing. Call it “gridlock,” “traffic jam,” “hyper-partisanship,” or “the Party of No,” I voted to stop what the Democrats artfully refer to as “progress.” If that means that Congress doesn’t pass a single law until 2012, I’m OK with that. And I think that most people who voted Republican last month would agree with me. That is why, despite liberal cries of “Treason!,” I think the Senate Republicans’ pledge to vote against every single bill until the Bush tax cuts are extended is exactly the sort of hardball Americans are dying for. It’s just a start, but, for once, it looks like Republicans are on the right track.
Right Klik has “My Big Fat Homoerotic Christmas.” You just have to read it.
Randy has Manson, and something about a pardon. (Fixed-Since I messed up Randy’s link, here is another as well…) He also has MSNBC showing how they are the totally unbiased network that never makes it up as they go along!
OK, let’s be out front here. I’m not promoting smoking, and I’m not getting gold bars from big tobacco. It is interesting though, on how the public consensus has changed towards this legal product.
Have a good Sunday folks, and remind those close to you how you feel about them.