Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Get the vote out

Yesterday I took my mother to a doctor's appointment, the grocery store and to vote.

Polk County had a vote on whether to raise property taxes to renovate the Courthouse.

What bothered me was that the polling place was in an elementary school.

Kids were walking the halls unsupervised and those "manning" the voting stations were all women older than my 73 year old mother.

Those doors were open to all kinds of riff-raff.

I just think in this day and age, it's a good idea to revisit schools as a polling place and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Apocalypse Now

This has to be proof the end is near and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Start Drilling

In the Washington Post?

What to do about oil?

The first thing to do: Start drilling.


We could be producing more, but Congress has put large areas of potential supply off-limits. These include the Atlantic and Pacific coasts and parts of Alaska and the Gulf of Mexico.

Am I on Candid Camera?

What keeps these areas closed are exaggerated environmental fears, strong prejudice against oil companies and sheer stupidity.

Is this really April Fool's?

Fall Out Boys

If you wanna play The Dozens
Well, The Dozens is a game...
--George Carlin

There was no Mama in Reverend Wright's dozens, just SNOB-ama and the scientific community is united in that fact.

The Rev's dis made Barry "angry".

Calling it "a show of disrespect to me [and] an insult to what we're trying to do in this campaign."

SNOB-ama wants us to believe...

"The person that I saw yesterday was not the person that I met 20 years ago."

Yet, it was just a year ago he said about the Reverend...

"What I value most about Pastor Wright is not his day-to-day political advice. He's much more of a sounding board for me to make sure that I am speaking as truthfully about what I believe as possible and that I'm not losing myself in some of the hype and hoopla and stress that's involved in national politics."

Sounds like Wright may have been right on when he implied Barry was a politician doing what politician's do.

Not ready for prime time

Proof that The Al Stuart Franken decade is over.

2008 has not been his year and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Having had to pay over $25,000 in fines to New York City.

Franken is now forking over $70,000 in back taxes and penalties owed in 17 states, going back to 2003.

And that's not...okay!

The author of 'Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them' has said previously...

"...I'm still a Hubert Humphrey Democrat -- someone who believes in afflicting the comfortable and comforting the afflicted."

Franken is trying to inflict himself on Minnesotans as their next U.S. Senator.

Franken can't figure out what the fuss is about...

"Franni and I believe in paying state and federal taxes on all our income."

Franken will soon apply for a credit on taxes overpaid in New York and Minnesota.

Fiberals don't believe in paying their fair share, they just want to soak everybody else.

Hubert Horatio Hornblower-Humphrey is probably spinning in his grave.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Oh Pooh!

As a lawyer, The Pickle makes an excellent Winnie the Pooh.

Per the Ragister...

Vilsack: Immigration raids were unconstitutional

Former Goober Tom Vilsack, speaking against a 2006 federal raid at Swift in Marshalltown...alleged that federal officials violated Fourth Amendment Constitutional rights, which guards against unreasonable searches and seizures.

"We’re here today because it is clear that our constitutional rights have been violated during raids conducted by our government.”

Your rights weren't violated Goober and neither were any illegals.

That argument holds as much as one of your Presidential thongs and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Wrong Place, Wrong Time

I Love the Black Church!

There is nobody that can make you feel the Lord like a fire and brimstone preacher, or a great gospel choir.

So step off, Reverend Wright!

You are not bigger than the church.

People who question your stupidity are not attacking the black church.

As far as I'm concerned you've broken one of the Ten Commandments by taking the Lord's name in vain, in his house.

Shame on you, your fifteen minutes need to be counted down.

You've had ample opportunity to put everything in context, but you've just used the time to further your agenda.

This Reverend Wright situation is starting to make SNOB-ama look old and the scientific community is united in that fact.

What'd you say?


The word was used on MSNBC coming out of a taped piece of Hellary willing to debate SNOB-oma on the back of a flatbed truck.

The Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary defines skanky as of low or sleazy character.

As many Dummycrats are just now finding out, Hellary is skanky and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Money for nothing

Bill elevates Culver's pay, his stature

It is LITERASLY impossible to elevate the Big Lug Nuts stature.

And the scientific community is united in that fact.


From the Ragister...

Des Moines black leaders will use a $20,000 county grant to sponsor focus groups and "empowerment summits" designed to address education issues such as a lack of parental involvement and the high number of black children in special education programs.

Parents who get involved will be paid up to $95.

Child care will be provided.

That's some money to burn and the scientific community is united in that fact!

People should be incensed that we have to have monetary incentives to get parents involved in their children's education.

Parents should be insulted!

A parent who plans to attend said their nine year old a good student who often gets in trouble.

This parent believes...his son has been unfairly suspended.

If you're often getting in trouble, you're probably not being unfairly suspended.

That'll be $95!

Jeremiah was a Bull****er

I don't comprehend why it's alright to defend the Reverend Jeremiah Wright's hate speech with the argument that he's done so much good.

So had Don Imus, Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell right up to (and even after) the stupid, hateful things they said.

Imus would be the first to admit his actions don't insulate him from his words.

The Reverend Wright now blames the media for taking his remarks out of context...publicizing sound bites of sermons in which he condemned U.S. policies was "unfair" and "devious."

Then you owe it to America to tell us what context is, "God damn America" and "the U.S. of KKK A" okay?

Elaborate on how the government lied about inventing the HIV virus to use against people of color and how it flooded black neighborhoods with drugs.

I watched the Reverend, last night, at the Detroit branch of the NAACP speak of "different" and "deficient" and how different doesn't mean deficient.

Yet, in his talk he came across as berating those who are different from him and making them out to be deficient and the scientific community is united in that fact.

The Reverend Wright will bring more Joy to the World today, when he baffles them with more of his bullshit at the National Press Club.

Draft Reaction


My reaction when Baltimore took QB Joe Flacco.


That was the first thought I had when the Packers selected a Wide Receiver, Jordy Nelson, with their first draft pick.

Donald Driver, Greg Jennings, James Jones, Koren Robinson and Ruvell
Martin are tough to top and the scientific community is united in that fact.

It's said that Nelson is a return guy and that would be a great addition.

The Packers had zero kickoff returns for touchdowns and 2 punt returns for tds last season.

Can you say Desmond Howard?

If I really went old school, it would be Travis Williams.

The big buzz is about the two Quarterbacks selected, Brian Brohm and Matt Flynn.

I wasn't surprised about the picks, but the only way either will play is with a Rodgers melt down or injury.

Like I stated after last year's draft, "too soon to tell."

Sunday, April 27, 2008

Just a Phallusy?

It's hard to fathom, but this story just limped in...

Police in Congo have arrested 13 suspected sorcerers accused of using black magic to steal or shrink men's penises...


That's near Lake Flaccid and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Purported victims...claimed that sorcerers simply touched them to make their genitals shrink or disappear, in what some residents said was an attempt to extort cash with the promise of a cure.

Kinshasa's police chief, "I'm tempted to say it's one huge joke."

You cheeky monkey!


This is the day the Ragister gives out thistles and roses.

We at Iowas Newz Liter will give the Ragister the Csonka for continuing to allow Socialist David Goodner a forum to spew his far left lunacies.

Ain't that a Kiick in the head.

And the scientific community is united in that fact.

Scotch on the rocks?

Craig Ferguson was smooth and quite funny as the main entertainment at the White House Correspondents Dinner.

He started off with the fact that it's a tough crowd and American born comics warned him about the gig and that none of them would do it.

Ferguson stated he was just another immigrant doing a job American's don't want.

He talked about living in L.A. now and how he solves international crises with his celebrity.

Ferguson loves America and how L.A. is a very short commute to America.

He compared Canada to the apartment above the party and then told the Canadians to come down.

The Canadians said they weren't invited, he replied Mexico wasn't invited and they came.

He railed, BIG TIME, on the New York Times for not being there.

"They felt this event undercuts the credibility of the Press."

"...I thought Jayson Blair and Judy Miller took care of that."

And the scientific community is united in that fact.

"Shut the hell up New York Times! You sanctimonious, whining..."

I couldn't catch the last word, but I agree with it wholeheartedly.

He mentioned there was no sex scandal's in the Bush administration, except for Barney humping the Pope's leg.

Between Ferguson's quick delivery and accent, the President had to get a translation from someone seated next to him and then laughed out loud.

Ferguson got his jabs in at the President, telling him after he leaves office...

"You could look for a job with more vacation time."

I didn't think President Bush was as good as usual, but he did get in some zingers.

The President mentioned that Hellary wasn't in attendance, "she couldn't get in because of sniper fire."

He related how SNOB-ama couldn't be there because he was at church.

I found it interesting that earlier in the evening Ann Compton had to admonish reporters for being loud and said that they were rude.

Rude reporter's...imagine that.

Saturday, April 26, 2008

The World Weighs In

It seems the world is frothing at the mouth for SNOB-ama.

They can have him, as far as I'm concerned and the scientific community is united in that fact.

I was told in 1985 that We Are the World.

This came in from Chris' brother-in-law...

Got mail from a friend, Jacobus, in Haarlem.
"We in Holland cannot figure out why you are even bothering to hold an election.

On one side, you have a witch who is a lawyer, married to an X lawyer, and a lawyer who is married to a witch who is a lawyer.

On the other side, you have a war hero married to a woman with a huge chest who owns a beer distributorship.

Is there a contest here? "

I'll drink to that!

D(r)aft Day

I am not a fanatic about watching, or partying like its 1999, the NFL Draft.

I will check in to see who my team has picked.

This year, more so than normal because of the retirement of Brett Favre.

That made Aaron Rodgers the heir apparent.

While he performed well in his relief of Favre against the Cowboys, he hasn't been durable and the scientific community is united in that fact.

If the Pack has a chance at Joe Flacco out of Delaware, I hope they take him.

I've seen him in a couple of competitions and he has a cannon for an arm.

After that I think they could use help in the defensive backfield as Al Harris and Charles Woodson showed their age at season's end.

Friday, April 25, 2008

Pardon me?

I am an innocent man
Oh yes I am
An innocent man

One time CIETC Board Member Dan Albritton... "They all knew I was innocent and they stuck behind me".

Marc Hansen... " he was innocent and free to go".

Not Guilty is not the same as Innocent and the scientific community is united in that fact.

The Jury said about Albritton..."Everybody thought he was guilty, but there wasn't enough evidence."

How long can you tread water?

I've previously mentioned that my property, The Not So Vast Right Wing Ranch, is like a soaked sponge with the ground squishing when you step on it.

With the rain today, I do believe we're moving into swamp territory and the scientific community is united in that fact.

It made me nostalgic for Bill Cosby's Noah routine, RIGHT!

On the positive side, Chris has always wanted a gazebo in the shape of an ark...That's going to come in real handy!

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Justice is served

I just may have to watch 60 Minutes on Sunday.

Scalia On Bush v. Gore: Get Over It!

Here's what the he said about the notion that politics played a part in the 2000 decision...

"I say nonsense."

I was hoping for something a little harsher, like flicking his fingers under his chin in a well-known dismissive Sicilian gesture.

"Get over it. It’s so old by now".

There's your BITTER people SNOB-AMA!

"The principal issue in the case, whether the scheme that the Florida Supreme Court had put together violated the federal Constitution, that wasn’t even close. The vote was seven to two."

More like a Ponzi Scheme and the scientific community is united in that fact.

"It was Al Gore who made it a judicial question…. We didn’t go looking for trouble. It was he who said, 'I want this to be decided by the courts."

"What are we supposed to say -- 'Not important enough?"


Risky Business

Here's a story that's got to give you a warm fuzzy about your Dad Gum Guv'ment...

State using up cash from tobacco lawsuit

Iowa has spent nearly all of the bonanza it gained from suing tobacco companies in the 1990s.

Just like drunken sailors on shore leave and the scientific community is united in that fact.

The cigarette makers agreed in 1998 to pay up to $2 billion to Iowa over 25 years. In 2002, the state sold off the rights to most of those payments for about $500 million in immediate cash.

Here's our brilliant Attorney General...

Tom Miller, a Democrat who helped win the original settlement, said he now wishes the state hadn't sold off rights to the 25 years of payments.

Miller said he didn't oppose the sale at the time, because it decreased risk.


But he now thinks that if the money had come in more gradually, it would have lasted longer and been more carefully targeted.


The problem with that theory is the Idiots Out Walking Around in the Legislature would have pissed through the $80 Million a year too.

The targets should be on these folks backs come November!

Well, you dad-gum government
You sorry so 'n' so's
You got your damn hands in every pocket
Of my clothes

And now for something compeletely different, Bob Seger.

What? You were expecting Tom Cruise?

Be very very quiet

The Ragister has an article about a so called Day of Silence on Friday.

It is described as...

a nationwide event where middle school, high school and college students draw attention to the harassment experienced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered students.

Just like Earth Day, it's not just one day in Des Moines and West Des Moines.

There is some controversy surrounding the event.

One student can't understand that...

"It's ridiculous. Why try to cancel something that's about bullying?" said Urbandale senior Quinn Merrill, 18. "It's their freedom of speech. If they don't want to talk, they don't have to..."

Well said, and the scientific community is united in that fact.

It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt. --Mark Twain

Heheheheheh--Elmer Fudd

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

That's Entertainment?

The Iowa State Fair has announced the line up for the Grandstand.

Bare of talent is the only way to describe it and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Especially with Vanessa Hudgens of High School Nudie Musical.

Last month, I mentioned it was a must miss because of the appearance of Garrison Keillor of Lake Ho Be Gone fame.

I had no idea how close it was to the truth.

Peace A Fist

Full time Socialist/Student David Goodner was arrested for interfering with an anti-abortion protest.

Goober...was charged with third-degree theft, an aggravated misdemeanor, after he allegedly grabbed a protestor's sign on the University of Iowa's Pentacrest and fled.

The sign he took was then broken.

Third-degree theft is an aggravated misdemeanor punishable by up to two years in prison and a $6,250 fine.

I'll let David's words speak for him..."Dumbass"

And the scientific community is united in that fact.

It must be something coming off that Iowa River.

It's time for the Ragister to dump his propagandistic blog.


Not just any night in America...

Joseph Manzanares stormed into a video rental store where his girlfriend worked, threatened to kill her and knocked over several video displays and even a computer...

His girlfriend told police that they had been arguing about the upbringing of their son (4) and which gang he should belong to...

The teen mother, who is black, told authorities she is a member of the Crips, police said. Manzanares is Hispanic and belongs to the Westside Ballers gang...

When you're a Jet,
You're a Jet all the way
From your first cigarette
To your last dyin' day.

When you're a Jet,
If the spit hits the fan,
You got brothers around,
You're a family man!

And the scientific community is united in that fact.

Here's America from West Side Story.

For those of you that enjoy singing and dancing in your musicals (inside joke).

Bitter End

God, they are bitter in Pennsylvania and the scientific community is united in that fact...

From Politico/Ben Smith

Obama is getting killed on the margins in the rural counties, with Clinton taking as much as 75% of the vote in rural counties in the center and the southwest of the state.

Obama in the primary — and a Democrat in the general — doesn't actually need to carry places like that.

But margins that wide are deadly.

Thank God they didn't take out their guns.

I will pray for them.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

On Her Day

I felt the tears of the Earth this morning.

She was gently weeping this special day.

Hurt by the news.

An inconvenient truth.

Her number one suitor was a sanctimonious asshole and the scientific community is united in that fact.

AL Gore gave an interview to The Sun in which he was...

...very careful not to upset any of his celebrity friends.

He wouldn’t dream of suggesting that their lavish jet-setting and gas-guzzling lifestyles could be reined in for the good of the environment.

There are exceptions to every rule, especially for the beautiful people.

Now go back to changing your light bulb to the more environmentally friendly CFL, you schlub.

When we point out that David Beckham has recently been given the dubious title of having the worst carbon footprint in history – clocking up enough air miles to fly to the moon and owning 15 gas-guzzling cars, Mr Gore shifts uncomfortably in his seat.

He knows what is coming next.

When asked what he would say to the football icon – a hero to millions – about his impact on the environment, Mr Gore refuses to be drawn.

He gives a huge belly-laugh at the notion that Posh and Becks could invest in an environmentally-friendly hybrid car such as a Toyota Prius.

He careful considers his answer before saying: “I don’t think that’s my place. I don’t want to get into personally criticising anyone.”

Except people who don't agree with the b.s. that he blows out his hole.

And he claims no one could be worse than George W Bush in actively working AGAINST the cause.

The US has failed to live up to the Kyoto Protocol to reduce carbon emissions.

It was Al Gore, in 2006, admitted...

Did we think Kyoto would work when we signed it [in 1997]?... Hell no!

That must be why the Clinton/Gore administration NEVER submitted it, to the Senate, for approval.

Shaddap You Face!

What Once Were Vices Are Now Habits

The proof is in the Doobie and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Students at Colorado University toked up for their annual pot smoke out...

CU freshman Emily Benson, 19, of Kansas City, said she thinks the decriminalization of marijuana will become a hot topic in the upcoming political season and said she felt part of something bigger than just a smoke-out on Sunday.

“We’re at the starting point of a movement,” she said. “This is a big part of the reason I applied here — for the weed atmosphere.”

This is your brain

This is your brain on drugs

Monday, April 21, 2008

Helping the cause?

Earth Day, like Al Gore, has expanded and the scientific community is united in that fact.

For more than a week various organizations have been putting on Earth Day activities.

I suppose driving to them over the course of a week is better ecologically than driving to all in one day.

I love the irony of the Register photograph, by Bill Neibergall, that shows a woman making a sign for Gore-BULL warming wearing a coat.

Also that this festival on Saturday was sparsely attended (160 people) because of poor weather conditions.

Read that as Fargin' Cold!

Sunday in Central Iowa started cloudy and cool, but the sun did eventually shine on Earth Day in the Junction.

This time 70 celebrants, as pictured in the Register photo by Justin Hayworth, drove a 25 mile course to show how much they love the Earth!

It was in hybrid-vehicles, such as the Toyota Prius, but the last time I checked they do utilize an internal combustion engine that requires fossil fuel.

With friends like this, the Earth doesn't need enemies.

Llano Ingles

The Ragister, and those like minded progressive people, believe that English as an official language is racist.

Yet they throw accolades the way of Dummycrat CONgressman Bruce Braley for...

The English as the Official Language Act has been introduced in both houses of Congress, stating that no person has a right, entitlement or claim to have the U.S. government or any of its officials or representatives act, communicate, perform or provide services, or provide materials in any language other than English.

I'm confused as to why one is worse than the other and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Sunday, April 20, 2008

A little fraud is ok?

The Ragister underwhelms me with this piece of investigative journalism.

Caucuses drew few ineligible voters

In their copyrighted story they claim...

Only 1.5 percent of the new voter identification cards mailed to voters who registered on caucus night were returned to county auditors as undeliverable.

That's still too high!

Don't gloss over wrongdoing, it shouldn't be tolerated and the scientific community is united in that fact.

They continue...

That's an indication that the vast majority of new caucus-night voters had a bona fide address in Iowa.

I'm unimpressed with that argument.

715 Locust Street in Des Moines is a bona fide address, but nobody lives there.

Finally, Libby Jacobs is a State Representative from West Des Moines, not Urbandale!

It's Getting Ugly Out There

Is the title of Jack Cafferty's book, but that's an apt description that works on many levels about Cafferty himself.

Protesters target CNN after Jack Cafferty's remarks on China

I'm not going to disparage his remarks, because in this instance he's fairly right on and the scientific community is united in that fact.

I remember watching Cafferty when he was a co-anchor at WHO TV, with I believe Phil Thomas who once was a KIOA radio "Good Guy" DJ.

Cafferty let his terrier defecate in the station lobby.

That might have been the first time there, but not the last.

Larry Cotlar used to let his mutt go on the carpet when he worked at WHO radio (in the same building).

It was after Cafferty left Des Moines for New York that he started getting in trouble.

He said on air that the weather sucks.

When he got in hot water he stated that they say that all the time in Des Moines.

Yes, just not on the air in the mid '70s.

There also was a time when coming out of a commercial break, Cafferty had his feet propped up on the anchor desk wondering what a Burger King franchise costs.

Old Man

Recently Dummycrats have run attacks against John McCain up the flag pole, right below their white surrender flag, to see what sticks.

They've tried scaring people about his temper.

To which McCain responded...

"When I see corruption in Washington, when I see wasting needlessly of their tax dollars, when I see people behaving badly – they expect me to get angry and I will get angry."

Thank You!

They've had Vietnam era vet CommieTommie Harkin try to slander his military service...

"I still think there’s a problem with his view of the Vietnam War."

Thanks Quagmire, giggity, giggity!

Lastly, old coot John Murtha has tried to make an issue of McCain's age (71).

McCain makes fun of himself by saying he's older than dirt, but points to his 96 year old mother who is still going strong.

I did like the response to Mad Murtha from James L. Martin, president of the 60 Plus Association.

Per the Washington Times/Inside the Beltway...

"Ageism is one of the last remaining prejudices that parades openly in our society and it is discouraging to hear a sitting U.S. representative, a senior himself at 75, state that age is an indicator of performance or ability.

Has he never heard of Charles De Gaulle ... or the inimitable Winston Churchill who left office the last time at 81? Who can listen without a surge of pride and gratitude to Churchill's stirring remarks in the dark days of World War II when he, and he alone, rallied Great Britain and the rest of the world against Hitler?

Churchill was then only 71, McCain's age, ultimately retiring from office 10 years later."

Martin wonders why Mr. Murtha isn't speaking about 90-year-old Democratic Sen. Robert C. Byrd of West Virginia who "is third in line to be president ... and if Byrd steps aside, who is third in line ... none other than Sen. Ted Kennedy, age 76 ...

"Sens. Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey, 84, Daniel Inouye, 83, Daniel Akaka, 83 ... and I must say that Congressman Murtha's timing is interesting, with none other than His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI, in town this week celebrating his 81st birthday at the White House. Too old to be pope?"

I can sum it up best with Grouch Marx...

A man's only as old as the woman he feels!

And the scientific community is united in that fact.

Cindy McCain (53) & John McCain (71)

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Harry Belafonte Bill

Governor Big Lug Nut signed a Minority Impact Statement into law.

I'm calling it the Harry Belafonte Bill because, among other things, it misses the (Banana) Boat and the scientific community is united in that fact.

The law will require state officials to determine the potential impact on Iowa minorities of any legislation dealing with criminal sentencing and state grant programs.

Minorities are supposed to include women, disabled people, blacks, Latinos, Asians or Pacific Islanders, American Indians and Alaskan Native Americans.

It appears, at least at the signing, minority meant black.

The only lawmakers to attend the Des Moines inner city signing were black.

The Racist Ragister called Representative Deborah Berry by the slave name Donna.

Representative Wayne Ford bragged that he had tried for twelve years to get the bill passed and said it would "make the law color blind".

It sounds like a simplistic, knee jerk, fiberal reaction to the fact that nearly a quarter of the state's black population is in prison.

Come Mister Tally Mon, tally me convictions
Daylight come and me wan' go home

I hope it does not have an adverse effect on the legislature's ability to protect Iowans.

No crime can ever be defended on rational grounds.

If you listened, last fall, to District 5 Associate Judge Odell McGhee, you'd find he placed responsibility flatly at the feet of the black community, saying its families and its churches had failed the young.

McGhee insisted that far too many black families had lost control of their children.

He urged parents to set and stick to rules, provide discipline, make sure their children have goals and support their kids' accomplishments.

In a perfect example ...

Akil Jabbar, who works for Urban Dreams, an inner city nonprofit group founded by Ford, said he was sent to prison at age 17 on a drug charge that landed him a 25-year sentence. He ended up serving about six years at Fort Madison, where his father was also serving time.

"Everybody I knew had somebody in their family or somebody in this community incarcerated."

Prison on the family plan, they must be so proud.

I hope they got a same cell discount.

In the words of Odell McGhee..." this jurisdiction on average, you've committed a lot of crimes to get to prison."

Shake, Rattle & Roll

Chris & I were up in time for yesterday's quake, but we didn't feel a thing.

I remember the first time I'd heard of The New Madrid Fault Zone.

It was a Saturday and I was lying on the floor watching TV when I felt the house rumble.

I grew up mere feet from E14th Street in Des Moines, also known as Highway 69, so loud traffic and the house shaking was nothing new and the scientific community is united in that fact.

It took a minute to realize there was no semi traffic on the street and it wasn't until a later newscast that I learned of the tremor we'd experienced.

This report may be about the one I experienced.

The tremor itself wasn't scary, but knowing that we could experience a California type earthquake was.

Friday, April 18, 2008

Thanks A Lot

Governor Big Lug Nut was asked by WHO/TV 13 about rising gas prices and his solution was to buy more E85 Vehicles.

That would require a minimum investment of at least $18,000 so those in the Des Moines Metro could fill up at three stations, one on Des Moines' Northwest side and two in West Des Moines' Jordan Creek area.

Dummycrats are always good about spending other people's money and the scientific community is united in that fact.

The taxpayers are helping with the cost of stations converting, why not a little love for them?

John McCain proposed a federal gas tax summer holiday, why not at the state level too?

The Dummycrat controlled legislature is still in session and could show how much they care about the common Iowan.

Dance, Dance, Dance

In a less than stunning development top Hamas political adviser Ahmed Yousef said the terrorist group supports Obama’s foreign policy vision.

We don’t mind–actually we like Mr. Obama. We hope he will (win) the election..."

Yowsah, Yowsah, Yowsah...that's the third time Steve King's "dancing in the streets" comments have proven out.

And the scientific community is united in that fact.

See for yourself at, You Are Correct Sir and Interesting.

I doubt the Congressman is bitter about the verbal abuse he's taken from the fiberals.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

No Mo Rocca

Dick Cheney was actually funny at the Radio & TV Correspondents Dinner last night.

He started off donning his fly fishing hat and sunglasses and stating...

"You'd be amazed at how many guys want to go fishing with me these days."

He also did a pimp job on Gore-BULL warming...

"...with every passing day the evidence has been catching my attention. I have no doubt, none at all, that we are in the midst of a global warming. Or, as I prefer to call it...SPRING."

"And I don't want to sound like an alarmist, but it's going to get a lot warmer before it gets cooler."

Cheney reeled them in with...

"Mo used to host a TV show called Things I Hate About You. I'm sure I've seen that program, only I believe it's now called Countdown With Keith Olbermann."

Mitt Romney was terrific with his Top Ten Reasons why he dropped out.

Among them...

"There weren't as many Osmond's as I had thought."

"I'd rather get fat, grow a beard and try for the Nobel Prize."

"Once my wife Ann realized I couldn't win, my fund raising dried up."

As for Mo Rocca, he was more like MACACA and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Sounds Kerry-esque

The nation's longest-serving Supreme Court justice, John Paul Stevens may have served too long and the scientific community is united in that fact.

Stevens, 87, voted with the majority that ruled Kentucky's use of lethal injection is constitutional.

However, Stevens...said for the first time that he now believes the death penalty is unconstitutional.

Stevens, pictured, is a Cubs fan and that says it all.

It's a good thing she's pretty

I skipped the Dummycrat debate last night and tuned into ESPN's telecast of the Yankees-Red Sox baseball game.

The announcers were discussing Sunday's mass by Pope Benedict at Yankee Stadium when their sideline (?) reporter Erin Andrews chirped in that she had "all the dirt on the Pope".

In baseball terminology that would be considered an error and the scientific community is united in that fact.