It’s all the in packaging.
(Hat tip: Scissorhead Moeman)
Sooner or later, everything Monty Python ever mocked becomes true.
Anyway, The National Review claims that God wants you to be armed. Trust them, they are experts when it comes to Bible stuff (See Lo, K., Our Lady of the Sarah Lee Cheesecake).
(Fair Warning! The link takes you to the Blog at Poo Corner, the National Review Online, the most intellectually dishonest rest stop on the information super highway.)
The 2003 State of the Union Address was a speech delivered by U.S. President George W. Bush on Tuesday, January 28, 2003. It outlined justifications for the 2003 invasion of Iraq. It began his discussion of the “war on terror” by asserting, as he had before September 11, 2001, that “the gravest danger facing America and the world, is outlaw regimes that seek and possess nuclear, chemical and biological weapons.” Of such regimes, that of Saddam Hussein was the worst, and “a brutal dictator, with a history of reckless aggression, with ties to terrorism, with great potential wealth, will not be permitted to dominate a vital region and threaten the United States.” The domestic brutality of Hussein and the benefits of liberty and freedom for the Iraqi people were briefly noted near the end of the speech.
…and so Chimpy added to his long list of crimes against humanity.
The stick. Definitely the stick.
And now this news of Alaska’s part-time Governor and full-time grifter: The Price of Palin: $15 per Word Spoken During FOX Contract
On Friday afternoon, an Iowa gun dealer closed out the week by becoming the sixth person shot at a gun show. The man claims he was “showing off a .25 caliber pistol he thought was unloaded when he slid the action of the gun.” The gun was not unloaded, and a bullet went through his left palm.
After this incident, police found a second loaded weapon on the wounded gun dealer’s table.
So the score is six accidental gun show shootings in seven days. Not bad aim, ya got there, boys.
OK, this is a brilliant gig. Gotta give them credit for a great concept. The lip reading that slayed me in this installment was John Roberts’ – just scared the neighbors I barked laughter out the open window…
…from that word salad chef, Mooselini:
“I encourage others to step out in faith, jump out of the comfort zone, and broaden our reach as believers in American exceptionalism. That means broadening our audience. I’m taking my own advice here as I free up opportunities to share more broadly the message of the beauty of freedom and the imperative of defending our republic and restoring this most exceptional nation. We can’t just preach to the choir; the message of liberty and true hope must be understood by a larger audience.”
Hilariously, she says this to the dead Breitbart blog, you know, because where else does one go to get one’s message out of the Wingnut echo chamber?