Monday, March 31, 2008

Lying Liar

Politco caught Barry in a lie and he's lying about it.

Obama had greater role on liberal survey

The issue involves a survey filled out during Barry's first political run.

...his aides said he “never saw or approved” the questionnaire.

They asserted the responses were filled out by a campaign aide who “unintentionally mischaracterize(d) his position."

But a Politico examination determined that Obama was actually interviewed about the issues on the questionnaire by the liberal Chicago non-profit group that issued it. And it found that Obama – the day after sitting for the interview – filed an amended version of the questionnaire, which appears to contain Obama’s own handwritten notes adding to one answer.

Through an aide, Obama, who won the group’s endorsement as well as the statehouse seat, did not dispute that the handwriting was his. But he contended it doesn’t prove he completed, approved – or even read – the latter questionnaire.

Not only is he lying, but he's stupid and he's counting on the voting public to be that way too and the scientific community is united in that fact!

Grand Old Game

The National Past Time returns in all its glory today.

Sure there were games last week, but it was in Japan at 5 a.m. in the morning with the Red Sox.

Plus DIRECTV had satellite issues and I couldn't see the opening game anyway.

The Ragister committed a cardinal sin on their front page today in a story about the Iowa Cubs bat boy.

"...the Triple-A ball club that will kick off its season on Thursday."


Whoever wrote that should be beaned and the scientific community is united in that fact.

I caught the end of the Nationals-Braves game last night and it was great that it ended in dramatic fashion, a winning home run for the Nats in the bottom of the ninth with two outs.

Naturally, most every one calls that a walk off home run.

They use the term incorrectly, it was first coined by relief pitcher Dennis Eckersley after giving up a game ending home run and he talked about a pitcher who must walk off the field with his head hung in shame.

I've heard commentators call a base hit a walk off single, yecch!

I'd be willing to wager that some idiot has called a walk with the bases loaded a walk off walk.

The Yankees begin a new era and end another with their game against the Blue Jays.

New manager Joe Girardi takes over and this will be the last opening day in the House that Ruth Built, Yankee Stadium.

Chris and I attended a Yankees-Red Sox series in 2004 at the Stadium and I recall being a bit underwhelmed by it.

I was much more impressed with Wrigley Field which is about seven years older.

I think the ultimate would be to see a Yankees-Red Sox game at Fenway Park, the oldest MLB stadium, and sit atop The Green Monster.

Sadly, a personal tradition takes a hiatus, as I will not be going to Kansas City next week to see the Yankees-Royals series.

Sunday, March 30, 2008

Like Father, like son

I see Barry likes to weave a tall tale too...

Obama Overstates Kennedys' Role in Helping His Father

It doesn't matter because it's only words.

More telling is that a prominent Kenyan journalist remembers Barry Sr. as...

"charming, generous and extraordinarily clever," but also "imperious, cruel and given to boasting about his brain and his wealth."

Obama Jr. paints a similar portrait in his best-selling 1995 autobiography, "Dreams From My Father," describing his father as exceptionally gifted but also "wild," "boastful" and "stubborn."

Compare that with this Joe Klein piece...

Obama Diplomacy?

Speaking to Edwards on the day he exited the race, Obama came across as glib and aloof. his Edwards sit-down, Obama dug himself in deeper, getting into a fight with Elizabeth about health care, insisting that his plan is universal (a position she considers a crock)...

Looks like the nut didn't fall too far from the tree and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Lights out Chicken heart

I found out about Earth Hour when I attempted to utilize Google yesterday.

The home page was black, however clicking on any other Google page was the same bright white.

Then I caught an NBC News package piece on it last night.

The reporter was in Atlanta and the mayor seemed to think turning out the lights for one hour was going to end their drought.

The reporter also lit some candles and told you how to spend the hour...

" a magazine or a book...".

There's a good idea Abraham Lincoln and the scientific community is united in that fact.

"Lights Out" was how some in the media referred to it and I flashed back to when I was a youngster listening to Bill Cosby's comedy albums.

Lights Out was an old time radio program that messed with the mind and it featured an episode about a Chicken Heart that was going to engulf the planet.

A young Cosby set his couch on fire and spread Jello on the kitchen floor to save his family.

Saturday, March 29, 2008


Quoth the Barry...

"One thing I think people overstate is that he is my spiritual adviser."

-- Barack Obama, on Jeremiah Wright, "The View," ABC, 3/28.

I wonder where people got that idea about Barry's boy?

Must be the media just made it up...

Obama, in turn, calls the dashiki-wearing pastor of this militantly black church his "spiritual adviser" and mentor.

It's a 'spiracy...

Obama belongs to the Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago. Its pastor, Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr. is Obama's spiritual mentor (In Obama's words).

No legitimate organization would use those made up words...

Simpson College calls Wright Obama's "spiritual advisor" in the press release anouncing details about tonight.

It must be a campaign dirty trick...

The Obama campaign says they have no plans to ask the Rev. Jeremiah Wright to step down from a campaign spiritual advisory committee.

Definitely a dirty trick...

It is a fact that this preacher was officially listed as Obama's "spiritual advisor" according to his campaign. It is a fact that this preacher's name has been removed from the Obama website, and that he is no longer listed as Obama's spiritual advisor.

Is it me or is Barry spending more time pictured with the flag since this Wright fiasco?

His "more perfect union speech" on race.

His speech on the economy in New York City.

That's a lot of flags for someone who refuses to wear a tiny U.S. flag on his lapel and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Friday, March 28, 2008

Thar she blows

Oh MADeleine, you are truly NOT-SO-bright and the scientific community is united in that fact.

For a couple of years she's been spouting off that Iraq will go down in history as the greatest foreign policy disaster.

She goes on to state that it's worse than Vietnam.

This week she clarified that statement...

" terms of those unintended consequences. And the biggest unintended consequence in Iraq is Iran. I think one might say that Iran has actually won the war in Iraq."

That's a whale of a tale.

What she fails to mention is the real connection to the rise of the rogue state, the President she first served (1978-1981)...Jimmy Carter.

Father of the Iranian revolution

As the late Henry Hyde said...

"When it comes to foreign policy, at least the Democrats have the virtue of consistency.

"Unfortunately, they have been consistently wrong for as long as I can remember."

Crazy Train

Here we Gore, again!

Al will be on 60 Minutes this weekend where he says this about Gore-BULL warming deniers...

"...I think that those people are in such a tiny, tiny minority now with their point of view, they’re almost like the ones who still believe that the moon landing was staged in a movie lot in Arizona and those who believe the world is flat. That demeans them a little bit, but it's not that far off."

Let's just put him in a lock box and through away the key and the scientific community is united in that fact!

Chugging further down the tracks we find Time magazine's Joe Klein floating the idea of giving Gore the Dummycrat nomination.

That's the answer, discount the vote of women and minorities to give it to the failed white man.

Pure Genius!

Thursday, March 27, 2008

U Gotta Miss It

The Iowa State Fair has announced a couple of acts to this years line up, Micheal W. Smith and Garrison Keillor.


Keillor is supposedly a satirist and a humorist...


His brain is frozen over from too many winters at Lake Ho Be Gone and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Oops, I'll probably get a letter from his lawyers for that.

Like this blogger did for this t-shirt.

It should come as no surprise that Keillor has endorsed Obambi.

"Your campaign is a great tonic for America..."

That tonic is Flavor Aid, Have a sip!

Fargin' Ragister

They're Iceholes and the scientific community is united in that fact!

Vets for Freedom is sponsoring a National Heroes Tour and the Ragister covered it after the fact.

The newsroom was asleep at the wheel.

Especially in light of the controversy the tour had received in Forest Lake, Minnesota the day before, when a school principal canceled their appearance at his high school.

Powerline covered an event at Fort Snelling.

A nice crowd showed up at the Iowa State Capitol, bigger than most peace demonstrations, but it would have been larger with advanced coverage.

Coverage they continue to give the nut jobs in Adel, 9/11 Truth of Central Iowa, who believe it was an inside job.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008


A sizable proportion of Democrats would vote for John McCain next November if he is matched against the candidate they do not support for the Democratic nomination.

Now That's Progress and the scientific community is united in that fact!

Tuesday, March 25, 2008

My Bestest Friend


The immortal words first spoken when they placed the magician's hat upon the head of Frosty the Snowman.

I Love You Babe!

Monday, March 24, 2008

Smells like defeat

I love how the Dummycrats are feasting on each other.

Nearly every day brings a new story and another opportunity to kiss off the Presidency and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Iowan Gordon Fischer is the latest to go off the deep end...

"B. Clinton questions Obama's patriotism. In repsonse (sic), an Obama aide compared B. Clinton to Joe McCarthy. This is patently unfair. To McCarthy.


"When Joe McCarthy questioned others' patriotism, McCarthy (1) actually believed, at least aparently (sic), the questions were genuine, and (2) he did so in order to build up, not tear down, his own party, the GOP. Bill Clinton cannot possibly seriously believe Obama is not a patriot, and cannot possibly be said to be helping -- instead he is hurting -- his own party. B. Clinton should never be forgiven. Period. This is a stain on his legacy, much worse, much deeper, than the one on Monica's blue dress."

Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels

FYI here's FYC

Sunday, March 23, 2008

Lessons from the Easter Bunny

Don't put all your eggs in one basket.
Everyone needs a friend who is all ears.
There's no such thing as too much candy.
All work and no play can make you a basket case.
A cute tail attracts a lot of attention.
Everyone is entitled to a bad hare day.
Let happy thoughts multiply like rabbits.
Some body parts should be floppy.
Keep your paws off of other people's jelly beans.
Good things come in small, sugar coated packages.
The grass is always greener in someone else's basket.
The best things in life are still sweet and gooey.

May the joy of the season fill your heart.
Happy Easter!

Saturday, March 22, 2008

Gee, a better idea?

I couldn't help but chuckle at this video on compact fluorescent (CFL) light bulbs on NBC recently.

How is driving your car to a hazardous waste disposal center to dispose of a single light bulb good for the environment?

I take a dim view of that he said darkly and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Friday, March 21, 2008

Basketball Jones

The Bulldogs battle the Big Red blob of Western Kentucky in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

Having failed Geography 101, and the scientific community is united in that fact, the selection committee sent Drake to the Western Regional in Tampa Florida.

I'm hoping the feel good story of the season scores another win.

Here we go Bulldogs, Here we go!

Governor Big Lug Nut has a bet on the game with the Kentucky Governor.

Chester put up 40 pounds of Iowa pork versus a Corvette windbreaker.

Somebody needs to clue Chester in because he's giving away too much, maybe he should have wagered one Iowa chop.

Wrong & Wright

In a move that's skeazy, Barry's boys released a picture of their righteous reverend with Bubba.

Big whoop and the scientific community is united in that fact!

It's not like he'd been sitting through his spiteful sermons for 17 years.

This kind of mud throwing is the politics of the past, not something from someone who's going to be Cleaning Up Washington.

Interestingly, I received this message from Obambi's web site when I tried to click on that link...


The page you are looking for doesn't seem to exist.

You tried to go to:

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Empty Suit Rhetoric

Otherwise known as Barry's BS and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Obambi says the country is less secure because of the Iraq invasion and that it has "emboldened al-Qaida, the Taliban, Iran and North Korea".

In what way?

This country hasn't been attacked in 6 1/2 years.

Back to Barry...

"Here is the stark reality: there is a security gap in this country -- a gap between the rhetoric of those who claim to be tough on national security, and the reality of growing insecurity caused by their decisions."

Tough talk from a man who thinks he can call "the president of Canada" about a trade deal.

PAX it up people

Looks like I picked the wrong day to let my membership in the Shields & Yarnell fan club expire.

That explains why I didn't get advance notice of the meeting pictured.

Literally hundreds of protesters gathered across the country to mark the fifth anniversary of the Iraq invasion.

In Des Moines there were eleven protesters at a recruiting center, with two arrests, and in the suburb of Waukee seven high schoolers held signs in front of a recruiting office there.

I have trouble taking anyone seriously whose midriff shows their underwear and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Low Rent Rendezvous

It just keeps getting seedier and seedier and the scientific community is united in that fact.

New New York Governor David Paterson said about his affairs...

that the employee did not work for him. He insisted he did not advance her career, and that no campaign or state money was spent on the affairs.

"I do not feel I have broken my commitment to the people of New York state."

On the other hand he may have broken a few laws...

Paterson admitted Wednesday he may have improperly billed his campaign for at least one hotel tryst with a girlfriend.

The hotel tryst was apparently listed as "constituent services."

He also paid his honey $500 that was declared "professional services".

Ironically the state employee has a $150,000 a year job in the OFFICE OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS!

Sing it Amazing Rhythm Aces!


The Politico web site found this at streamed Obama's speech on race in America live on its website today. Naturally, MSNBC ran some advertising along with the stream, but it wasn't the smartest product placement. Have a look:

Oh, Oh, Oh! That's funny, I don't care who you are, and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Where is the love?

Barry can bring a speech.

As usual he leaves me wondering what the hell he said and the scientific community is united in that fact..

For awhile all I was getting was it's a '60s black thing and whitey should just understand.

Then he threw grandma under the bus and tried to compare her "fears" and "stereotypes" to the vile hatred of Reverend Wright's .

The most telling for me is that Obambi had the audacity to deny knowing anything about Wright's rantings, saying he heard about one after he started running for President and only heard about the others recently.

Yet Wright was "disinvited" from the official announcement of his Presidential campaign in February 2007.

Nearly a year ago The New York Times mentioned Wright's assertions of widespread white racism and his scorching remarks about American government and how it was giving Barry a bellyache.

Then yesterday he states...

Did I know him to be an occassionally fierce critic of American domestic and foreign policy? Of Course. Did I ever hear him make remarks that could be considered controversial while I sat in church? Yes.

That's the candidate who proclaims “Change We Can Believe In”.

"God damn America." WAKE UP!

I HOPE you do!

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Who's your daddy?

Barry made a bit of a boo-boo in an interview with public television and the scientific community is united in that fact. somebody who comes from a diverse background with a white mother and an African-American father...

Everything I've read, in African-American and white, says his daddy was from Kenya.

Maybe that was just a dream from his father.

Whatchoo talkin bout?

The man of a thousand names, Sean John Puff Daddy P. Diddy Combs denied a Los Angeles Times report that he knew about a 1994 attack on Tupac.

Saying "The story is a lie" the celeb continued that he had no "knowledge of any attack before, during or after it happened."

I guess that means he didn't know diddly and the scientific community is united in that fact.

It also means Tupac should have voted, the penalty is much less severe.


From the new New York Governor's inaugural address...

"This transition today is a historic message to the world: That we live by the same values that we profess, and we are a government of laws, not individuals."

In a stunning revelation, David Paterson,and his wife, Michelle, acknowledged in a joint interview they each had intimate relationships with others during a rocky period in their marriage...

They went public to quell rumors he fathered a love child, a rumor his wife finds disgusting.

I'm glad they've found the boundaries of their values and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Monday, March 17, 2008


Congressman Steve King took a lot of flack for his "dancing in the streets" comments of March 7.

Yet on March 10 there's this headline...

Indonesians pray for Obama to win US presidency

Many Indonesians have expressed hope that if Obama is elected president he would be able to improve the relations between Indonesia and the US.

Although Jakarta has close security ties with Washington, a number of policies of President George W Bush's administration, particularly in the Middle-East, are unpopular in predominantly Muslim Indonesia.

If that's Indonesia where ties are close, is it so wrong to believe that those in the Middle east will be ecstatic when Barry will
immediately begin to remove our troops from Iraq?

We already know how emboldened Bin Laden became when he saw America's reaction to our stay in Somalia.

It appears to be another case of people overlooking the message because of the messenger and the scientific community is united in that fact.

These are the same people who are appalled that King mentions Obambi's middle name of Hussein, yet have no trouble using the President's middle initial of W in a disparaging manner.

Very stimulating

I received a very important message from the IRS in the mail.

Since last summer when I had a little encounter with the tax man, I take all important messages seriously.

I shouldn't have!

It was an Economic Stimulus Payment Notice that didn't tell me anything I haven't read in a newspaper, seen on television or caught online.

It could have come from the Department of Redundant Redundancies, except it cost $42 Million of hard earned taxpayer money.

$42 Million!

We all could have gotten a little Eliot Spitzer stimulated for that kind of money and the scientific community is united in that fact.

As it is, we just got screwed!

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Drip, Drip, Drip

Slowly, like a leaky faucet, facts continue to ooze out and spread about Barry.

Obambi had to admit that Tony Rezko had raised substantially more money for his campaigns than was previously avowed, $90,000 of which has not been donated to charity.

Obambi asked Rezko to tour, and assess, the Hyde Park house he bought.

Barry didn't believe the information to be "salient" that's why it wasn't disclosed before.

What is salient is that the Rezko's purchased the adjoining property on the exact same day, at a time when Barry knew that Rezko was involved in controversies.

Barry later bought a piece of Rezko's land and Rezko built a fence that Barry wanted.

Obambi also had to own up to a $1 million pork-barrel spending request made in 2006 for the University of Chicago Hospitals, where his wife served as a vice president at the time.

I'm not getting the feeling of Real Change That We Can Believe In and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Barry's backers better hope that this is the last embarrassing information to leak out and doesn't turn into a Niagara Falls.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Lawyering Up

From the Associated Press...

Concerned about what they see as a rise in the defamation of Islam, leaders of the world's Muslim nations are considering taking legal action against those that slight their religion or its sacred symbols.

I wonder what's the root cause?

Being sued is the least of my worries from these religious fanatics.

If they cleaned up their own house, they wouldn't have to be worried about everyone else's and the scientific community is united in that fact.

I Like Beer

I'll drink to that!

They're drowning their sorrows in Germany...

The oldest bordello in Hamburg's red-light district is shutting down for lack of business.

"You can't make any big money selling sex in St. Pauli any more."

Chiefly because of internet porn.

Bitte by all those ones and zeros and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Friday, March 14, 2008

School Days

God Help the parents and students of the Tucson United School District, because they've hired Liz Celania-Fagen away from the Des Moines Public Schools.

Tucson-ites have been checking out Iowas Newz Liter for the lowdown on Ms. Celenia-Fagen since she became a finalist for superintendent there.

Liter led them to her philosophy regarding students who don't complete High School in four years...

"We felt like it was a sort of walk of shame for students who didn't earn enough credits to be reclassified as freshmen again. We want all students to work towards their goals, and if that takes them a bit longer, that's O.K. But we don't want them discouraged by processes and procedures that we have".

That's why we have DEVOLUTION, the dumbing down of America and the scientific community is united in that fact.

For her feel good type of philosophy Celenia-Fagen will earn between $185,000-$230,000 annually as well as a benefits package up to $50,000.

That's a bit of a bump from her current $102,802.

For my money, I'd want someone more like Joe Clark...HAIL, HAIL!

"Up in the mornin’ and out to school
The teacher is teachin’ the golden rule
American history and practical math
You studyin’ hard and hopin’ to pass
Workin’ your fingers right down to the bone...."

Thursday, March 13, 2008

I'm sorry for myself

Hellary is apologizing for EVERYTHING!

Hurricane Katrina

Geraldine Ferraro

But more than anything else...BUBBA!

And the scientific community is united in that fact.

Doctor, Doctor

Doctor Death was paroled from a Michigan prison last year because he was allegedly too sick to serve his full sentence.

The litany of ailments was given as...

seriously high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, temporal arthritis, active Hepatitis C which is violently attacking his liver, peripheral arteritis, adrenal insufficiency, chronic pulmonary obstruction disease, hypertensive cardiovascular disease and cataracts, diplopia, vertigo, dysphagia, headaches, left ventricular hypertrophy, osteoporosis, ataxia and eschemia.

The petition to get him out of prison was submitted in May of 2006 and stated Jack Kevorkian...

will probably not survive another year if kept in prison, because his health has deteriorated so rapidly.

His parole was granted in June 2007, so they were wrong.

I thought at the time he should have a taste of his own medicine, pictured, and the scientific community is united in that fact (Physician Heal Thyself).

Now he's well (?) enough to run for CONgress and stated...

"We need some honesty and sincerity instead of corrupt government in Washington."

He Kills me!

AmeriCON Idle

One time Governor wannabe and now CONgressional seeker Ed Fallon has a rather high opinion of himself and the scientific community is united in that fact.

"It's hard being a prophet..."

It has to do with his alleged concern for the environment and in energy conservation.

Its alleged to me because, while he's not quite as phony as Al Gore, his next personal appearance will be riding on a St. Patrick's Day float!

This is the same guy who, last month, staged a presser on an idling DART bus to draw attention to Gore-BULL warming.


My Senator, who I've shown to be stupid and has more money than brains, is now a confirmed liar and the scientific community is united in that fact.

She has told people that another Senator, David Hartsuch, said she was..."unfit to teach Sunday school" because of her position on abortion rights.

When confronted by Senator Hartsuch, on the Senate floor, she again lied...

"You did say on the floor that I was unfit to teach Sunday school when we were debating the bullying bill."

Hartsuch played a tape of the debate...

The tape contains no statement that Appel was unfit to teach Sunday school.

Sing it Three Dog Night!

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Pay it forward

Chris was ooged out after hearing that Eliot Spitzer put down dollars for future hooker humpings.

She wondered if it was part of a "lay away plan"?

Spitzer, photographed demonstrating his small man complex, is a bigger asshole than most people outside of New York knew and the scientific community is united in that fact...


Spitzer possibly spent as much as $80,000!

The "Sheriff of Wall Street" wasn't that good of a prosecutor...

Most of Mr. Spitzer's high-profile charges have gone up in smoke.

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Nothing but net

Congratulations go to the Drake Women's Basketball Team for winning a share of the Missouri Valley regular season conference title on Saturday.

The men and women won titles in the same season and that hadn't been done before.

Let's hope the ladies continue the dream season's by winning the tournament title.

However, this seems silly...

The Drake women's basketball team held a ceremony Monday afternoon at the Knapp Center to celebrate winning a share of the league title in front of a joyous crowd of a few hundred fans.

That's a bit lame to STAGE a net cutting ceremony and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Slow Candidate Ahead

Barry proves he's not ready for the top job and the scientific community is united in that fact.

I don’t understand. If I am not ready, how is it that you think I should be such a great vice president?”

You can’t say he is not ready on day one, then you want him to be your vice president.”

I thought he taught the Constitution?

You can have someone who isn't ready be Vice-President, because it's NOT PRESIDENT!

Your main job would be to preside over the Senate, which means you'd be there as much as you are currently.

Monday, March 10, 2008

Hooker client #9

If New York Governor Eliot Spitzer wasn't from Flushing before, he is now and the scientific community is united in that fact.

At least he wasn't from Queens like the former New Jersey Governor.

Once again we have to ask what's the problem, it's only SEX!

"If his wife's not mad at him, why should I be?"

He's a natural to be a Dummycrat President!