Monday, January 30, 2012

No "Plame" game here.

When Valerie Plame was supposedly outed by the Bush administration, her hubby Joe Wilson made a big stink and the media jumped all over it.
It did not matter to Joe or the 'journalists' that the incident could never be laid at Bush's feet and that it was more likely that another journalist was the culprit.
Now that information has leaked under the Obama administration and people have actually died, no blame seems to be landing on "The One".
It is amazing how much of a non-story this is for the Lamestream media.

Isn't actually dying worse than supposedly being outed and safe at home?

Friday, January 13, 2012

Woman claims she was fired for wearing fake penis

A woman who claims to have been contemplating a sex change wore a simulated penis to work to see how it would feel (I have to wonder what size she selected).
She confided to several co-workers what she was doing (mistake).
She also claimed that another worker at the plant was considering becoming a female and that he had worn prosthetic breasts to work with no consequences.
She was terminated and is now suing for all the emotional and fiscal trauma.

I do have to agree with one of her assertions.
I have never had my penis interfere with my job.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Rosie the shark killer

Before Florida's ban on shark fishing went into effect, Rosie O'Donnell went on a fishing trip where she caught a hammerhead shark.
Now that the fishing guide has posted her picture with the dead shark, a firestorm has erupted on the left.
Animal activists and leftists in general are upset with Rosie for not toeing the line and following the left's rule book.
What really cracks me up about it is the response is typified by a marine biologist's comment:  "This is basically an endorsement. It sends the message that it's an OK activity. And this is not an activity that we want celebrities endorsing."
I've got news for you pal: celebrities don't think you have the right to tell them how to live.
However, they sincerely believe they have the right to run your life.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Slaves to stupidity

Teachers in Norcross Georgia assigned math homework for elementary school children that had them figuring out how many oranges slaves could pick and how many beatings Frederick Douglas would receive.

Some of the children were assigned the work as homework instead of doing it in class.

Parents were very upset (duh!) when they read the assignment and complained to the school.
The schools response?
“We’ve been working with human resources to determine what staff development is needed for the teachers and what actions may be warranted,”

Maybe a procedure that removes the cranium from the rectum would be in order?