Friday, May 27, 2011

Proof That Dominique Strauss-Kahn And Prime Minister Berlusconi Are Guilty In Their Sex Scandals

What's up with European men and their unbridled perversity? Dominique Strauss-Kahn and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi are both embroiled in sex scandals but these dudes can barely contain their lust, even in front of the President. 

The looks on Barack's face are priceless...

Barack: "Dominique, let me introduce to my wife..."
DSK: "Hey! such a beautiful woman you have Mr. President..."
DSK: "After this is over cherie, come to my room I have some etchings to show you..."
Berlusconi: "Michelle your, how you say...badonkadonk, is looking Magnifique!"
Barack (thinking): "If I punch him in his face then I'm the bad guy..."


Sunday, May 15, 2011

Evan Longoria Makes "AMAZING" One Handed Catch

was that ball coming at her head??

was that real...his back was turned and suddenly he turns just in time to see a 90 MPH line drive coming at them?

what's your opinion?

After further was determined that the ball was faked. Check the 12-13 second time and you can see the cut and the ball change direction.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

In Other News, Bobby Jindal Answers A Question No One Asked And Releases His Birth Certificate


Jindal, knowing that his own status will certainly be examined in the event he ends up on a presidential ticket, released his own birth certificate Friday, and his parents -- through Jindal spokesman Kyle Plotkin -- this week offered fresh details of their immigration to the United States.

Friday, May 6, 2011

Bush Feels Slighted By Obama


WASHINGTON - George W. Bush won't be at Ground Zero with President Obama Thursday in part because he feels his team is getting short shrift in the decade-long manhunt for Osama Bin Laden.
"[Bush] viewed this as an Obama victory lap," a highly-placed source told the Daily News Wednesday.
Bush's visit to the rubble after the 9/11 attacks was the emotional high point of his presidency, but associates say the invitation to return with his successor was a non-starter.
"He doesn't feel personally snubbed and appreciates the invitation, but Obama's claiming all the credit and a lot of other people deserve some of it," the source added.
"Obama gave no credit whatsoever to the intelligence infrastructure the Bush administration set up that is being hailed from the left and right as setting in motion the operation that got Bin Laden. It rubbed Bush the wrong way."

Monday, May 2, 2011

And America Felt Good...

A grim chapter in American history has finally come to a close. And yet I'm reading and seeing another tactic of the naysayers. That is to play Debbie Downer and throw cold water on any sense of happiness about this victory. And it is a victory.

What was reported by the President last night was an event that gave some sense of closure not just for the families and friends of the victims on September 11, 2001 but it gave closure to the country as a whole. So to see people writing articles and making comments about how this isn't a victory or is just a hollow victory then bring up the fact that Osama bin Laden's death doesn't end the war on terror or domestic concerns like the unemployment rate or deficit or any of the other problems and issues we were and still are dealing with, those people are just being assholes.

Why G.W. Bush Does Not Deserve Credit For The Death Of Osama bin Laden

In the coming days, weeks and months the republicans will do everything they can to make sure President Obama does not get the full if any credit for this victory. Some tactics will include disassociation, they will say the President has nothing to do with the operations at all. Or they may go in the opposite direction and say Obama may be taking too much credit since in his announcement he uses the word I a number of times. Or they may mention George W. Bush having something to do with this.

Mission Accomplished FINALLY - Osama Bin Laden is DEAD

Osama bin Laden, the Saudi extremist whose al-Qaida terrorist organization killed more than 3,000 people in coordinated attacks on the U.S. on Sept. 11, 2001, is dead following a military operation in Pakistan and the U.S. has recovered his body, U.S. President Barack Obama announced Sunday night.

"Justice has been done," the president declared as crowds formed outside the White House to celebrate, singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" and "We Are the Champions," NBC News reported.

Obama said bin Laden, whom he called  a terrorist "responsible for the murder of thousands of American men, women and children," was killed in Pakistan earlier in the day after a firefight in an operation that was based on U.S. intelligence.
Officials long believed that bin Laden, the most wanted man in the world, was hiding a mountainous region along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.

Officials long believed that bin Laden, the most wanted man in the world, was hiding a mountainous region along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border.
It is a major accomplishment for Obama and his national security team, having fulfilled the goal once voiced by Obama's predecessor, George W. Bush, to bring to justice the mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Obama declared that "the death of bin Laden marks the most significant achievement to date in our nation's struggle to defeat al-Qaida," he stressed that the effort continues.

"We must and we will remain vigilant at home and abroad," he said, while emphasizing that "the United States is not and never will be at war with Islam."