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Archive for May, 2005
As Proctor and Gamble tells us: “A nose in need deserves Puffs indeed.” My only question: Is Voinovich a Puffs or Kleenex guy (watch this clown answer Kleenex forgetting his Cincinnati-based P&G voters!)?
Bill Rice at The Fourth Rail provides a prediction.
Driving through the Sierra tonight, I caught a blurb on the radio tonight that almost did what no deer has been successful in doing to date: drive me off the road. Guantanamo has become the gulag [of] our time. . . . One might expect this from some ignorant W hater still clinging to the [...]
Of course not, and Michelle Malkin publishes what the Legacy Media will not. Although the judge awarded the propaganda piece “Yahoo!”, showing President Bush being sodomized by a Saudi over a barrel of oil, a suggested improvement was offered: Chris Yoculan, a local gay arts activist who judged the “Controversy” show, gave Phillips’ piece a [...]
Blackfive lists his favorite MilBloggers. Mudville Gazette has a post worth reading too. Winds of Change also has more ways to help the troops. UPDATE: Here are the President’s remarks at Arlington National Cemetary today.
Thanks to Joanne Jacobs for highlighting Darren’s many adventures with the union folks in a lather over the Governor’s attempts at making unions accountable to their members. Yes, accountability still drives unions over the cliff like nothing else.
More BizzyBlog fun and history, and Ohio 2nd chuckles at the lessons of history (or amnesia as the McEwen case may be).
Notwithstanding John McCain. . . . Insignificant Thoughts shows me why (HatTip: Slobokan).
Blackfive helps us remember why.