Archive for 13 Jun 2012

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Posted: 13 Jun 2012 in Politics

Go Florida!
It’s high time that the states fight back against the ever encroaching federal government..

America's Watchtower

  The state of Florida is in the process of purging its voter rolls of dead people, felons, non-citizens, illegal immigrants, and others who are ineligible to vote in the state to ensure that a free, fair, and legitimate vote takes place in a state which might likely be the key to electing our next president. This did not sit well with Eric Holder and the Department of Injustice and the state was ordered by the federal government to halt its attempt at purging the voter rolls.

  The issue at hand here is a federal law which states that all voter rolls must be set at least 90 days before an election and all purging must cease before that period, but Florida has a primary election in August so the Department of Injustice is arguing that Florida is in violation of federal law. And the federal government has a case here, but it…

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It’s hump day, and it’s time for a few hotties..

Half way there and we all deserve a treat!


Not so well.
Green energy is a load of bullshit.
Well, I guess that really isn’t green energy is it?

The loons on the left that think green energy is the way to go fail to realize that wind and solar power doesn’t create the energy needed to support modern life. In other words, your fucking IPad isn’t going to run on wind power. Neither are the farms of servers that you are trying to gain access through to your favorite porn site.
You need energy that is reliable, cheap, and can be used at the flip of a switch. Wind and solar need acres of area to produce anything viable, and even that is a fraction of what the consumers would need.

Read on.

Green Welfare, Green Taxes, Green Poverty

By Peter Ferrara

The road to hell is paved with Obama’s Green intentions.

What would you do if gangs of robbers roamed your neighborhood at night, breaking into your neighbors’ houses and stealing their family jewels and life savings? You would arm yourself, and your family members of sufficient age, to defend your property. Or you would move to a safer neighborhood.

But if the robbers formed gangs called Greenpeace, the Sierra Club, or the Natural Resources Defense Fund, and assaulted your standard of living, the Che Guevara Democrats expect you to greet them with open arms, and gleefully turn over bushels of your cash, until your life savings is gone, and your standard of living has been reduced to the level of Argentina.

That third world destination is where Obama’s “green energy” economic strategy is taking America, all while he tells us sweet fairy tales about how this path is the road to 21st century prosperity.


I love bacon. Bacon should be part of every meal, including desert!
It looks like Burger King is going to go that route this summer, so lets all get out there and show our support for BACON!

And while we’re at it, I’m sure Moochelle Odouche-nozzle will be crapping all over herself in self righteousness indignation over the new offering.

Burger King bets on bacon sundae for summertime
Burger King serving up barbecue menu for summer _ bacon sundae included 

NEW YORK (AP) — Burger King wants to lure customers this summer with a barbecue party — and a bacon sundae.

The world’s second biggest hamburger chain on Thursday is launching several pork, beef and chicken sandwiches as limited time offers. And for a sweet ending, the company is also offering a bacon sundae — vanilla soft serve with fudge, caramel, bacon crumbles and a piece of bacon — that started in Nashville, Tenn. earlier this year.

The salty-sweet dessert clocks in at 510 calories, 18 grams of fat and 61 grams of sugar.

The limited-time items are Burger King’s latest push to win back customers with a revived menu and reverse sliding market share, an effort that started soon after the company was taken private by the private equity firm 3G Capital in late 2010.

Earlier this year, Burger King launched its biggest-ever menu expansion including fruit smoothies, snack wraps and new salads. The items were intended to go after a broader audience of moms and families, a shift from the chain’s previous strategy of courting young men with calorie bombs.