Daily Archives: April 7, 2011
When Drudge posted the pic and the link to the report I literally screamed at the computer. I could not believe that -well, I take that back- he’d pull that stunt and tag along his family and some extra tag-alongs that we pay for.
Unfriggin’believable. Emphasis mine.
The leader of the free world may be coming to Williamsburg for some rest and relaxation if Congress is able to come to agreement on the budget. President Obama and the First Family are planning to visit the area this weekend in what the White House described Wednesday as a “long-planned family trip to Colonial Williamsburg.”
But the trip might get grounded if a government shutdown can’t be averted by Republicans and Democrats in Congress.
On Thursday morning, the Federal Aviation Administration established a no-fly zone over Williamsburg that will be in place from Friday through Monday. Jessica Wharton, spokeswoman for the Newport News-Williamsburg International Airport, said the no-fly zone will not affect the arrival and departure times at the airport for this weekend.
Hard at work, master multitasker and vacation record-breaker.
Perhaps I am being a bit too party-happy, but heck the rest of the conservative blogosphere are throwing their party hats off, flaming skulls on pudding, mocking of Kloppenburg’s victory speech are just too sweet to ignore.
This race for Justice has been nothing but EPIC! I held back because it was too close to call. 50%/50% with only a bit more than 200 votes is too close to call.
According to my lifelong electoral/voting experience (with papers, nevertheless) I know all the tricks, traps, tramps and hidden locations where paper ballots are thrown away and the opposite party operatives at work at the Electoral Commission from the time the vote process closes until the votes get counted. So I am way more conservative on this issue; plus we got Franken under similar circumstances.
Justice Prosser (with such amount of votes) gains a lot of traction, and let’s not forget Governor Palin’s endorsement for a Justice-unusual, but essential in the state of Wisconsin where so much struggle and protests the unions and the counter-protesters have done in several weeks.
The Kingmaker so far has another winner in the bag.
Why in the world Obama’s actions in Libya don’t make sense to anybody but some? Why does Obama does not force Khadafi out? WTH is this, “stop the bombings, let me stay and good luck on 2012 sez, the Leader Of The Rebellion?”
Via Gateway Pundit:
Colonel Gaddafi sent a letter to his
Muslim friend President Baraka Hussein Abu Oumama yesterday. The Libyan leader asked Baraka to stop the bombings. He also wished him good luck in the elections.
The Daily Mail reported:
Despite claiming that Libya had been hurt more ‘morally’ than ‘physically’ by the NATO-backed campaign, Gaddafi called on Obama to end the war against ‘a small people of a developing country.’
Bizarrely, in a seeming denial of the country’s current rebellion, the letter is signed ‘Mu’aumer Qaddaffi, Leader of the Revolution.’
The letter, composed in formal but stilted English, states: ‘Our dear son, Excellency, Baraka Hussein Abu oumama, your intervention is the name of the U.S.A. is a must, so that Nato (NATO) would withdraw finally from the Libyan affair.
‘Libya should be left to Libyans within the African union frame.’
A later section says the NATO action should be called off in the interests of ‘serving world peace … Friendship between our peoples … and for the sake of economic, and security cooperation against terror.
Gaddafi also wished Obama good luck in the elections.
What a heartwarming experience! I love it when wishes are granted, especially for very young children. I posted below the press conference with the proclamation, and Jesse’s twin brother the Lieutenant Governor for the day.
Everybody knew that these boys being so cute, would have handsome parents…well we’re right! Click on the link below:
Now there are lots of sour grapes in New Jersey that think this is all a waste of time and taxpayer’s money, and whining about the cuts. But what about this: Do they raise a stink when six officials collect their paychecks, AND their pensions at the same time (in other words, double-dipping?)