19 Jul 2012
Bevis, Butthead, Barack, Mark LeVine & Mark Levin
Mark LeVine should not be confused with the Mark Levin who has supported Mitt Romney's refusal to release his tax returns prior to the past two years. J. Christian Adams* writes that MR should release those records only after BO releases his academic transcripts and Holder releases Fast and Furious documents. I suspect that the presumptive Republican nominee will wake up and smell the Kaffee mit Romney and eventually release his records rather than take the risk of being called a racist after mounting an affirmative (ahem) action defense, let alone assert that the only thing that Hussein took away from his stint as President of the Harvard Law Review was that a Democratic President of the US is entitled to review and chose which laws he'll enforce.
Tags: Mitt & Barack butt heads, Beavis & Butthead humour: Can this President pick and choose which laws to enforce? Will he pick a winner and win re-election against a Republican candidate (who says the government should not pick economic winners and losers) by le nez de Obama?
19 Jul 2012
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The Three Thousand Year Old Who Would Topple The Pyramids
The above ranks right down there with "Dewey Wins," given that King Tut received even fewer votes than the facebooking, tweeting "secular democrats" (many of whom are probably Marxist and anti-Western). King Tut then abdicated, reverted to Islam and offered his services to the Obama administration. Things went swimmingly at first and the King was entreated to head the department of Housing and Urban Development for Nasserite Arabs (HUDNA) with its projected one trillion dollars in stimulus funding. However things soon went press-ganged aglay, causing Tut to say,
"My hopes for a fitting monument to my greatness were dashed when I learned that something like 500 billion would be spent on litigation, environmental impact studies and the like. And my technical expertise was ignored when the EPA ruled that bricks could not be made with more than one part per billion of straw.
Have you seen the "Big Ditch" in Boston and how little has been constructed with US dollars in Iraq and Afghanistan?"
The project was finally killed in the US House of Representative when the once-influential neoconservative spokesman, TS Eliot Abrams, testified that the one trillion budgeted would lead to a "hollowing out" of the military and that straw, even if allowed, was already in short supply on account of its use in stuffing the headpieces of Joe Biden and others in the Obama administration. The house also rejected a scaled down proposal to give every Hispanic harassed by state and local authorities "a condo mada' stona in Arizona" in spite of Obama's plea that "an immigrant's wants are few; a very plain brown stone will do."
A chastened Tut returned to Egypt and said, "I have nothing to declare other than somewhat like Whittaker Chambers, that I did not return from Hell with empty sands. If I can't construct some "wonderful things" and blings with my "sneer of cold command" on the "lone and level sands" of Las Vegas, I can at least lay waste to the works of the Egyptian aristocrats who buried me with mere trinkets which, although at one time beyond your ken, were downright shabby. And you can bet your Aswan that I learned something about demolition from observation of the Yankees blowing up perfectly good dams so that salmon and snails could dart.
President Morsi, commenting in English (rather than in Arabic, so possibly in code), said that something like Tut's "pyramid scheme" had already been proposed by others, and added, "At present the infidel edifices are useful magnets for cash-rich hostages - I mean - tourists."
Tags: America land of immigrants, King Tut is as American as Amun in Arizona, America invaded, not by zombies, but masses of huddled mummies as (Emma) Lazarus and King Tut are brought back from the Land of the Dead