Posted by: nhfalcon | May 5, 2010

J.A.R…. Whatever the Hell Day It Is…

* – just four weeks from yesterday, baby!!!

* – they’re breaking up? I didn’t even now they were still around!

* – even being an Eighties child, I find #10 and #7 on this list hard to believe.

#6 I like, though.

I can’t believe “Faithfully” from Journey didn’t make this list, though.

* – um, she ain’t Hannah Montana anymore, kiddies.

* – he’ll be back. Sorta.

* – RIP, Lynn Redgrave.

* – just when I thought Hollywood couldn’t sink any lower.

* – well, thank god for that!

* – look, I realize that by working in Hollywood you’re surrounded by babes all the time, but can just one actor keep his dick in his pants and remain faithful to his wife, please?

* – you would think, after the Pamela Anderson / Tommy Lee thing, Hollywood types would learn.

Let me make it very simple, folks – if you’re famous, stop filming your fucking, all right? If you insist on continuing to film yourself fucking, don’t get all indignant when “somehow” the tape leaks and goes viral on the internet. You’re obviously not that uncomfortable with nudity and fame, otherwise you wouldn’t film yourself fucking.

(I wonder how many of these “hurt” and “shamed” actresses would feel hurt and shamed if they were getting  a share of the profits?)

* – it’s a breast, people. On a state seal. Get over it already. Sheesh!

* – welcome to your Katrina, Barry (if the media will have the guts to make the comparisons).

* – but don’t worry, “The One’s” administration has been one this since Day One.

* – or have they?

* – wait, if we import most of our oil, then why is the BP spill gonna make our gas prices go up?

* – “Illegal’s not a race, it’s a crime.” – Senator Russell Pearce of Arizona.

Thank you, Senator.

* – “I’m not an expert on the Constitution…” – Shakira.

No, ma’am, you clearly are not. Yes, the Constitution does exist for a reason. Yes, it is supposed to protect human beings and to protect the rights of people living in a nation. It does NOT exist, however to protect ALL people – it exists to protect AMERICANS, to protect the rights of AMERICANS. That’s why it’s called the Constitution of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. And you do need “papers” (identification) to prove that you are a legal resident of the United States of America.

* – I guess this means most of America is racist, then, huh?

* – and apparently some Hispanic-American legal aliens are racist, too.

* – cuz, you know, it’s not like that border needs to be more secure or anything…

* – now look me in the eye and tell me with a straight face that if this had been a Tea Party rally it wouldn’t have made national headlines for days.

* – but, hey, what woud I, as white as a white boy can get – from New England, no less – know about this stuff, right?

Well, let’s let a Hispanic speak, shall we?

(stolen, with love, from Kemtee).

* – don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way out!

* – spoken like a true socialist.

This man clearly has no clue what the American Dream truly is.

* – hey, Al, how about redistributing some of that wealth, huh?

* – oh, yeah, Social Security is fine, just fine. This year it’s gonna pay out more than it takes in, but don’t worry, everything’s fine, just fine…

* – well done, Hawaii. Well done.

* – from Dennis Miller’s Facebook page: fan – “If not agreeing with Obama’s agenda and decisions makes me a racist, then what did not agreeing with President Clinton’s agenda and decisions make me?” Dennis Miller – “His wife.”

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Responses

  1. The dennis miller joke at the end was laugh out loud, wonderful. Great way to end my day. Thanks!

  2. The Arizona law is not at all difficult to understand. Anyone who really knows what it says (as opposed to spouting talking points) and still opposes it, opposes any enforcement of immigration law.

    If federal law that has existed since FDR were actually being enforced, the Arizona law wouldn’t have been necessary. If you oppose it, fine. But be intellectually honest and come out for an altogether open border.

    You know, this era this hopey-changey president has ushered in–an era of understanding and progress and whatever else–has done more to polarize me than any other single event in my life, I think.

  3. You know, Bo, it’s funny you mention the polarizing thing. To be honest, I was NOT a politically active or even interested individual up until this presidential election. There was even one election – the Clinton-Dole election – where I didn’t even bother to vote.

    Then THIS election came up. One day a friend of mine asked me who I was going to vote for, and I said McCain, and that friend said “Really? REALLY?!” Then I did my research, because, honestly, if that friend had asked me why I wouldn’t have been able to defend myself really well. My support for McCain at the time was just kinda gut reaction at that point.

    So I did my research. And I talked about it here. And I got into an ill-fated abortion argument with Kizz. And I’ve found myself, despite Obama’s best effors to be a uniter and “bipartisan,” pushed even further and further from the Left with everything The One does or tries to do.

    Weird.

  4. There is no real effort on Obama’s part, you know. He is the most viciously, unyieldingly, arrogantly partisan president of our lifetimes.

    Obama is horrible for the nation (and the world). He is not a patriot. He is dangerously ignorant. He is cheerfully naive. He shall be taking a well-earned trip back to Chicago in 2012.

  5. I’m obviously not awake enough… the juxtaposition of the credit line (*mwah*) and the following PoI made me scratch my head and say, “Whaddido?”

    The article made me shake my head and mutter, though. Entitlement. It all breaks down this mistaken sense of entitlement.

    I should like to shake Dennis Miller’s hand.

  6. Thank you for the extravagant compliment on my photography on my blog.

    I still say that if the existing federal immigration laws go unenforced, some state governments are going to take the bull by the horns. And I’m a damn lefty!


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