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You forgot the r in Holdren.

Holdren is Science Czar.
Holden is AG and has nothing to do with this.

Please refer to

Also you are full of shit saying Democrats never refered to Republicans as Nazis.

Comment Posted By JB On 9.08.2009 @ 09:39


“The lowest cost estimates by the Congressional Budget Office and respected economists place the total cost of the Iraq War and rebuilding efforts between $ 1.8 Trillion (lowest estimate) and $4.0 trillion (highest estimate) through 2016 (taking into account a residual peacekeeping force).
In contrast, President Barack Obama’s widely criticized stimulus package was passed by congress on a party line vote to the tune of $787 billion dollars. The major difference here: President Obama’s stimulus plan hasn’t cost the lives of 4,000 troops and over 100,000 (lowest estimate possible) Iraqi citizens.”

Comment Posted By jb On 23.04.2009 @ 00:12


Barack and Michelle were sitting on a bench talking, and one says to the other, "Which do you think is farther away... Florida or the moon?"
Barack turns and says "Helloooooooooo, can you see Florida ?????"

Barack pushes his BMW into a gas station. He tells the mechanic it died.
After he works on it for a few minutes, it is idling smoothly.
Barack says, "What's the story?"
He replies, "Just crap in the carburetor"
Barack asks, "How often do I have to do that?"

Barack goes into the doctor's office and said that his body hurt wherever he touched it.
"Impossible!" says the doctor. "Show me."
Barack took his finger, pushed on his left shoulder and screamed, then he pushed his elbow and screamed even more. He pushed his knee and screamed; likewise he pushed his ankle and screamed. Everywhere he touched made him scream.
The doctor said, "You're not really a redhead, are you?
"Well, no" he said, "I'm actually a blonde."
"I thought so," the doctor said. "Your finger is broken." [Ed: OK, this one needs a little editing]

A Russian, an American, and Barack were talking one day. The Russian said, "We were the first in space!"
The American said, "We were the first on the moon!"
Barack said, "So what? I’m going to be the first on the sun!"
The Russian and the American looked at each other and shook their heads. "You can't land on the sun, you idiot! You'll burn up!" said the Russian.
To which the Barack replied, "I’m not stupid, you know. I’m going at night!"

Barack was playing Trivial Pursuit one night. It was his turn. He rolled the dice and he landed on Science & Nature. His question was, "If you are in a vacuum and someone calls your name, can you hear it?"
Barack thought for a time and then asked, "Is it on or off?"

A friend was visiting Barack, who had acquired two new dogs, and was asked what their names were. Barack responded by saying that one was named Rolex and one was named Timex. His friend said, "Whoever heard of someone naming dogs like that?"
"HELLLOOOOOOO......," answered Barack. "They're watch dogs!"

Comment Posted By JB On 18.07.2008 @ 12:50


Good luck, Godspeed...

Comment Posted By JB On 25.08.2007 @ 12:50


Great site. A few comments...

Juan Paxety:
"I wonder if democratic government is even possible in a country where people regard their tribes as more important than a national government."

If you live in America, you live under a deomcratic government in a country where people once regarded their States as more important than a national government. So... yes.

"Why should we believe him when he says that Iraq would turn out like Vietnam?"

It's not a matter of believing George Bush. It's a matter of using your brain and observing history repeat itself. Bush is merely pointing out what we can see for ourselves quite clearly.

Rodney A Stanton:
"I feel betrayed and a sucker for Karl's lies."

What lies? First of all, you're generalizing all of the comments made my Bush and Rove over the past 5 years into two wildly simplistic assessments - He says it's like Vietnam, he says it isn't. There isn't enough space here to explain what's wrong with that train of thought.

Second, you're judging those comments as fact when they are in fact opinion. You're free to make up your very own opinion without needing to adopt those made by elected officials - even if you helped elect them.

Comment Posted By JB On 24.08.2007 @ 13:02


Right on with this post. These "sin taxes" are the horrifying offspring wrought from busy bodies who feel it is their responsibility to mind everyone else's business married to greedy politicians who will use any excuse to take more money. Some of the former are commenting right on this page.

The government needs less, not more money. I enjoy reading how people on here are all for these types of draconian measures becasue it no longer impacts them. Just wait until they start yanking up the taxes on potato chips and cheeseburgers. We'll see how the minds change.

Comment Posted By JB On 24.08.2007 @ 15:27


Oh lord, another idiot blogger pushing the "not enough troops" meme. Give it a rest, ok? Some times there aren't good choices and bad choices, just bad and worse. Adults understand that. Whiny overgrown teenagers bitch and complain about the man.

You sound like a bad local talk radio host.

Comment Posted By JB On 5.05.2006 @ 09:44

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