July 22, 2005
A Great Pair of Bumper Stickers
Posted by Dr. Roy Cordato at 2:07 PM
While in the parking lot over at the Harris Teeter I saw two bumper stickers next to each other on the same car that combined accurately reflects precisely how confused the left is.
The first was the familiar "No Justice, No Peace — Know Justice, Know Peace."
The second, right next to it said, "We Believe in Nothing."
My first thought was, do you really believe in that?
Adding some weight to the subject
Posted by Dr. Roy Cordato at 1:50 PM
Doing some blog work for Joe.
Check out this Tech Central Station article entitled Better to Die Young Than Get Fat. For some quick catching up, check out the previous blogs.
Newt Gingrich & Hillary Clinton agree re: " Voucherize Medicaid "
Posted by Dr. Roy Cordato at 10:45 AM
Shall we be hopeful or hoodwinked?
One comment from the Health Benefits Reform forum is that Newt could share the ticket with Hillary in 2008
Congressman fulfilling constitutional duty
Posted by Paul Chesser at 10:27 AM
Rep. Edward Markey of Massachusetts wants to make "everyone feel sunnier."
More John Roberts fashion critiques
Posted by Jon Ham at 10:15 AM
The Washington Post's obnoxious fashion cop, Robin Givhan, in a variant of the tired "June Cleaver" critique the left has used for years, vents about the dress
of Supreme Court nominee John Roberts and family during their White
House presentation the other night. She says Roberts' family looked
like Necco wafers in their pastels, adding that this attire wasn't just
inappropriate, it was old-fashioned.But while she seems unhappy that his kids didn't show up wearing
tank tops and droopy drawers, she says the members of the national champion Northwestern women's lacrosse team who wore
flip-flops during a White House visit last week crossed the line. Consistency has never been the left's strong suit.
Straight men don't wear plaid
Posted by Jon Ham at 08:23 AM
In 1974 when I was working for the Alabama Senate Education
Committee I actually owned and wore occasionally a plaid suit. Hey, I'm
not proud of it, but it was the '70s. And I wasn't the only one in the
Capitol dressed that way. As I recall, among the white belts and
shoes and the lime-green leisure suits, plaid was the least of the
Well, little did we all know what we were
broadcasting subliminally. According the the lefty bloggers, who have
found a photo of a plaid-pants wearing Supreme Court nominee John
Roberts from his high school days, plaid pants mean he's gay. I'm not
making this up. Blogger Charmaine Yoest has the details.
Let's stop the village massacres first...
Posted by Paul Chesser at 07:45 AM
...then we can address that "freedom of the press" thing.
You know our other border, up North?
Posted by Paul Chesser at 07:30 AM
There's funny stuff going on up there, too.
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