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Sunday, January 24, 2010

Pathetic. Obama Brings TelePrompter to Speak to 6th Grade Class

Pitiful: Obama Needs TelePrompter to Talk to Schoolkids


From Snarky Basterd:
You’ve gotta be kidding me! SubZero really earns his new nickname for this one. I hope the kids pelted him with spit balls. You just can’t make shit like this up!

From JammieWearingFool:
Here's President TOTUS the other day in Falls Church, VA speaking to a group of sixth graders. You would think this towering intellect could ad lib for five minutes for some kids, but you'd be wrong.

He really is pathetic.

In case you think this is a Photoshop gag, more of the photos are here.

Via here.

Really, there isn't anymore I can say than what Jim Hoft at gatewaypundit said.
He brought his TelePrompter.
He sure wouldn’t want to go off message when speaking to 6th graders.

Good job JammieWearingFool and hats off to Snarky Basterd.

As Snarky Basterd says:
Okay. I’m a dumbass. A reader correctly pointed out that the pResident is clearly speaking to the LSM in these photos … who, we must all admit, happen to have the intellectual ability of a 6th-grade education or less.

What ever. The TOTUS still looks the fool. Really, can't he do anything without the prompters ?

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Happy Birthday Canned Beer !

Canned Beer Turns 75

Be sure to crack open a cold one on Jan. 24, the day canned beer celebrates its 75th birthday.

New Jersey's Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company churned out the world's first beer can in 1935, stocking select shelves in Richmond, Va., as a market test. The experiment took off and American drinkers haven't looked back since, nowadays choosing cans over bottles for the majority of the 22 gallons of beer they each drink per year, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Only 22 gallons ? That can't be right...

Canned brewskies may have only hit shelves in 1935, but the drink's history goes back much further - at least 6,000 years, in fact, to ancient Iraq.

Which is why we're there ! More beer !

Though it is impossible to tell just how many important decisions in world history were lubricated by a pint or two, the potent potable has played a role in at least a few milestone events, from the plagues of medieval Europe to the founding of the United States.

"Give me liberty or give me death ! And another beer."

The nutritional properties of beer remained important through the medieval period, when plagues made water sources questionable. Having gone through a cooking and boiling process, beer was considered a trusted alternative, offering some cherished calories to boot.

Beer, so good and so good for you.

The pilgrims sailing from England to America aboard the Mayflower in 1620 originally intended to land at Virginia, but arrived badly off course in Cape Cod instead. Realizing their mistake, they debated continuing on to their original destination, but ruled against it due to a general lack of rations and especially beer, according to historical documents. The colony of Plymouth, where pilgrims shared beer produced from barley crops during the first Thanksgiving, was the result.

Dude, stop the ship. We need to make a beer run.

So happy birthday canned beer !

20 Things Worth Knowing About Beer from The Oatmeal.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

McCain-Feingold Struck Down

What do you know ? The first amendment means what it says.

Up yours McCain.

Air America Deflated

The left-wing radio network that launched the careers of Sen. Al Franken and MSNBC political commentator Rachel Maddow announced today that it will be going under.

As in closed. Off-the-air. Silent. Dead.

AA almost made it to age 6.

I guess they couldn't find another Boys & Girls club to rip off.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

The Scott Heard 'Round The World !

Senator Scott Brown

It's a Massachusetts Miracle !

Brown wins Massachusetts senate election as truck-driving everyman

Four years ago, the Massachusetts lieutenant governor passed over Scott Brown as a potential running mate in her bid to replace then-Gov. Mitt Romney because she and her staff saw him as a political lightweight.

On Tuesday, Brown pulled off a huge political upset, defeating Democrat Martha Coakley — in one of the bluest states in the country — to succeed the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy.

Brown not only regained control of a seat the Democrats had held for over a half-century, but gave the GOP the vote it needed to break the Democrats' Senate supermajority and block the health care overhaul nearly finished by President Barack Obama. He was the first Republican elected to the Senate from Massachusetts since 1972.

This is the beginning of the end for Obama and the Demoncrats. I can hardly wait for November ! :-)