“In many respects, illegal aliens in our country today are receiving better health care, more benefits than our troops,” Palin said in an interview on Thursday with FOX’s “Hannity” at the Republican Leadership Conference…“And that is what government-run health care will result in,” Palin said. “It’s inefficient, it takes away choices and isn’t it ironic that those who are willing to sacrifice all, to put their lives, to allow freedom of choices … they’re the ones getting screwed by the VA.”
Thanks Grandpa Walnuts for dropping this word-salad factory turdball on the American People.
Sheri Few, candidate for superintendent of education in the certifiably crazy state of South Carolina (Seething hotbed of unbridled lust), says that she opposes the Next Generation Science Standards and believes that intelligent design should be taught alongside the theory of evolution. Which I guess means that she never heard about Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District in which teaching ID was struck down as unconstitutional, and which the US Supreme Court refused the case when appealed.
I would think that alone would make her supremely unqualified for the post. She’d just run up legal bills.
always a hit at the NOM Christmas Party or an office celebration at the American Family Association
with a golden glaze
Well, Mr. Teazie Weazie certainly loves the Early Prison Matron look for his clients, n’est-ce pas? Nice that they have the same eyebrows.
(Hat tip: Scissorhead Mr. C. Montgomery Burns)
Buff Kitty might roll you for some ‘nip.
“I went on this flight a week later,” [Congressman Paul] Ryan said. “And the flight attendants were looking at me; and they were sort of looking at me and pointing at me. And then, finally one of them comes up to me and says, ‘You’re somebody famous, aren’t you? Are you Anthony Weiner?’
“I’ve been confused for Anthony Weiner twice now. I don’t know how this keeps happening.”
Maybe because they recognize a dick when they see one?(Mlive)
In New Orleans, major school district closes traditional public schools for good
As was long predicted, New Orleans will become the first major American city to not have any public schools. This is by design from the moment that Wingnuttia saw a chance to make a buck following Katrina.
“They [charter school providers] don’t answer to anyone,” said Sean Johnson, the dean of students at Banneker [Elementary, one of the public schools that has just closed], whose father attended the school while growing up in the Black Pearl neighborhood. “The charters have money and want to make more money. They have their own boards, make their own rules, accept who they want and put out who they want to put out.”
I can only guess what’s going to happen to at-risk kids.