Kudos to Mike Ryan and Dog for reminding us that life need not be so complicated and that friendship and loyalty are two of the finest traits any human can possess.
Lot of lessons we can learn from our dogs.
There has only been one time in my life where I thought Alex Baldwin served any useful purpose, and that was decades ago when he played a young Jack Ryan in Tom Clancy's "The Hunt For Red October" as it was made for the silver screen.
Now that a murderous piece of shit, Troy Davis, has been summarily executed and dumped in the human trash bin where he should have been over twenty years ago, Alex Baldwin is pissed. He is convinced Davis was innocent.
Yes, in spite of over 34 eye witnesses and a jury makeup that was 7 to 5 black over white, our little pissant pecker-sucker Baldwin is going through tampons by the hour such is his fretting over Troy Davis assuming room temperature.
He turns his tantrum towards Michelle Malkin after a while. Read the Tweets. They are a good example of why the liberals in this country are so destructive and why they need a good ass-kicking.
• Bachmann and her incessant shrill over Perry and the Gardisil vaccine. She should have shut up while she was ahead, but she didn't. In fact, she took her shrill to a post debate interview with Greta van Susteren and made an absolute ass out of herself.
And not just any ass, but a dumb ass with her dumb assed quoting of some lady she claimed came crying to her after the debate about the Gardasil vaccine making her daughter mentally retarded. Medical experts including the CDC squashed that one pretty quick and it made Bachmann look like an utter idiot.
Yet, she still clings to it even twenty-fours later and in spite of the scientific evidence blasted her way.
Isn't that a favorite ploy of the liberals? You know, how they do with gun control--tell a lie often enough, loud enough and to enough people until people begin to believe it's the truth.
Never forget: That's EXACTLY how we now have the term "assault weapon."
• Enter Sarah Palin, once a huge favorite of the wife and me. But as time moves on, we have more questions, in particular with her incessant teasing as to her intentions in the race.
But the huge problem I have is her accusation of Governor Perry engaging in "crony capitalism." Give me an effing break. $5,000 bucks? Are you kidding? This is TEXAS, ex-Governor Palin. We raise MILLIONS of dollars for the candidates we want to beat back the bozos in Washington. Five-thousand bucks won't even get you a season pass in the men's room of a suite at Jerry Jones' new altar unto himself that he calls a football stadium. Five thousand bucks isn't even a down payment on the Suburbans and one-ton dually pickups we drive.
It sure as hell won't buy you a damned thing in anyone's office in Austin except maybe an invitation to the inaugural BBQ, and unless ZZ Top or George Strait is playing, nobody would even pay that.
But more importantly, I seem to remember, Ms. Palin, you being pissed off beyond belief when after the 2008 election, you were accused of the same thing via your wardrobe purchased with GOP funds during your time on the campaign trail.
I also don't remember too many conservatives even blinking an eye over it because we knew better than to think you could be bought.
But the fact that you've stood shoulder to shoulder with Governor Perry in various Tea Party events and then jump at the national stage to take a cheap shot at him has me seriously doubting YOUR character and motives.
After all, turnabout is fair play and you know what they say about those who live in glass glaciers. . .
• An now, for Ann Coulter. . . You're starting to sound more and more like the RINO establishment every day, but then again, controversy sells books and that seems to be ALL you're really doing these days. Writing and selling books.
You're far too typical of virtually all (so-called) journalists--you've never accomplished a damn thing except to write about or criticize the accomplishments, good, bad or otherwise, of others who've actually dared to venture beyond the laptop and try working for a living.
Otherwise, if you start losing your hair, people might start mistaking you for Bill O'Reilly.
Thank you so much "An Ordinary American" for understanding why I did what I did. It is way past time for all of to stand up against those who think that they can just break the law & the rest of us are going to look the other way. These were young boys with 8 felonies prior to this event. I wish I could hug every person who I have read about that has stood up to someone doing something wrong! It might not be your business or your property or your family today, but one day it will be and wouldn't you like to know that the person standing next to you is willing to do something to help? I am not a hero, just doing what I was raised to do and that is to do the right thing.