News That Will Drive You To Drink

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Jump for Jeebus! Our old pal Josh Bernstein has found a way to blame the Kenyan Usurper for Chief Justice Roberts not striking down Obamacare, because… something something something… HIS ADOPTED CHILDREN!!1!

WK UP!!!! IT GOES RIGHT TO THE TOP, SHEEPLE!!1!!!

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6 Responses to News That Will Drive You To Drink

  1. Scottie says:

    Gods what is it with these people? Why is Obama always the bad guy? Oh I forget he is a half Black man. Now does anyone think this fair tale has any truth. It is a badly written Clancy type short story. None of it makes any sense if you look at any point in detail. Now think on it, if a supreme court justice had broken the laws to illegally adopt children shouldn’t these people want it to come out and justice done. Think if it was a democrat politician accused of such an adoption, these people would be scream about child sex trafficking and demand the removal of the judge. These people should be just laughed at. This guy has more conspiracy theories than a total mental health in patient hospital. Hugs

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    • Kiwiwriter says:

      Tom Clancy isn’t even that good a writer…his car engines and guided missiles have more personality than his human beings. What’s the difference between Mr. Clark and Jack Ryan, for example? Clark is a “dirtier” version of Ryan.

      All of his characters are trying to uphold or overcome past family histories. His alumni of working-class Catholic colleges like Holy Cross are all wonderful people, while his graduates of the Ivy League are all snobby elitists.

      And their connections to Clancy’s bugaboos are obvious: the hardass skipper of the US ballistic missile submarine that nearly starts World War III in “Sum of All Fears” is “Harry Ricks,” a play on “Hyman Rickover,” and his submarine is “USS Maine,” as in the Spanish-American War. He’s admitted that President Bob Fowler of the same book is based on Mike Dukakis. Gee, I didn’t know that Dukakis was bopping his National Security aide.

      In “Debt of Honor,” the Japanese Aegis destroyer Mutsu (fictional) nearly sinks the US carrier Enterprise (fact), and the US submarines that save the day all bear the names of battleships that were punched out at Pearl Harbor. Coincidence or conspiracy? You decide.

      His success basically went to his head, and he went on cranking out novels. Now that he’s dead, people are cranking them out with his characters in his name. It’s ridiculous.

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  2. Well, he said he will PUT. HIS. REPUTATION. ON. THE. LINE!

    How could it not be true?

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  3. Hello, Josh. Many White men do no have good melons for baldness. Find another solution.

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  4. Osiris Opto says:

    His use of bombast in his intro and green screen, earn him a 6.
    His bad lighting, overuse of makeup and pandering to the LCD earn him a 2.
    His writing earn# him a 1.
    So overall he gets a 3 on the hack scale.

    He’s learned how to dress himself. He gets credit for that.

    Alex Jones sleeps well, when he’s not on meth.

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  5. Sirius Lunacy says:

    So what he’s saying is that yet ANOTHER Republican appointee to the Supreme Court has committed a crime that should have excluded him from being on the highest court in the land. My take away is that Republicans suck at choosing Supreme Court justices and should never be allowed to do so again.

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