TGIF/Weekend edition - January 29-31, 2010

 

 

Hatch says Alito showed 'judicial restraint'
Posted: January 28th, 2010 12:51 PM ET
(CNN) - Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, a member of the Senate Judiciary committee and its former chairman, issued a statement Thursday defending Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito's reaction to President Obama's criticism during the State of the Union Address:

 

 

Rush Limbaugh Named Miss America Judge

CBS - 1-29-10

Organizers say the panel of judges for the 2010 Miss America pageant include radio host Rush Limbaugh, actress Vivica Fox and former Olympian Shawn Johnson.

Genealogist: Obama, Mass. Sen.-elect Brown related

BOSTON – It was bad enough that President Barack Obama lost his filibuster-proof margin in the U.S. Senate to a Republican. Now it turns out he also lost it to a relative.


 

It would be so "American" if citizens were treated as well as corporations, wouldn't it?

 


 

Well, in Washington, President Barack Obama gave his State of the Union address before a joint session of Congress. Joint session sounds like more fun than it is.- Jimmy Kimmel

 


 


The-World-Will-Be-A-Safer-Place-Without Saddam


Blair Defends Iraq Attack

 

An unrepentant Tony Blair defended his decision to join the United States in attacking Iraq, arguing Friday before a panel investigating the war that the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks made the threat of weapons of mass destruction impossible to ignore.

 



 

President Obama said that people should reward success instead of failure. President Obama really is a superhero: Captain Obvious.- Laugh Lines

 


 

Disturbing News


 


 


 

Republican-Shenanigans News


Palin Speaks. Yawn.

 

On Fox News Last night, former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin offered her analysis of President Obama's State of the Union speech. Perhaps not surprisingly, she didn't give the president a rave review.

Palin called the president's speech a "lecture" and said Mr. Obama did "quite a bit of lecturing, not leading."

 


 

 


Rock-The-Voter News


Obama: I'll Pay You To Hire Someone

 

 A key House Republican leader said the GOP expects President Barack Obama to do more listening than talking when he huddles privately with lawmakers Friday at a retreat in Baltimore...Obama's proposal would give companies a $5,000 tax credit for each net new worker they hire in 2010.
 



Biz-Tech News

 


 

It used to be that you’d get nervous seeing a cop in your rearview mirror. Now you worry if it’s a Toyota.

- Laugh Lines

 

 


 

Clinton versus China

 

 U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is warning China that it risks diplomatic isolation and potential disruption to its energy supplies unless it supports new U.N. sanctions against Iran.

 


 

 


 

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Subject: Help you deflate photo

 

On your 01/27/2010 page you ask where would anyone wear Belgian fashion designer Walter Van Beirendonck creations? The answer is simple: Wal-Mart. [ http://www.peopleofwalmart.com/  ]

Jim

 

Of course! Why didn't I think of that! Of course, they couldn't afford a Beirendonck creation.
 


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Subject: Thank you

 

Lisa,

Thank us for being patient?? Thank YOU for continuing to publish AHNC under such difficult circumstances! I'm so glad to hear that both you and your son are doing better!

The only people worst off are the ones who are missing body parts. You know---heartless Republicans and spineless Democrats....

Best, Ron

 

Thank you for writing, Ron. lol

 

I am so thankful for all of my viewers. I don't know what I would have done without all of you.

 

 


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Subject: Comments to Bob

 

Bob wants to know "...why would the U.S. public reelect that same sentry, Bush and the GOP, to safeguard us from any possible future 9/11's? The first one already happened on their watch."

The answer is easy...and sad. There is a polarization going on in this country that is tearing it apart. One side can only see what they want to see, and they only see a situation from how it impacts them personally. They are the ones who elected "w" not once, but twice, and would have done it a third time if the law had allowed. Their side never does any wrong. They have no real compassion for their fellow man much less any consideration because they see the other side only as an adversary. They think compromise is a sign of weakness. They can't create- they can only criticize. Their expertise is in demolition instead of construction because that is the easy and lazy way out. They put all of their effort in defending imagined insults to their way of thinking instead of entertaining the idea that there may be another way to view a situation. They are easily frightened and highly reactive- the right word or action sends them into a frenzy like a stampeding herd of cattle. They think that the one who screams loudest should win the argument- logic be damned.

 

Rick

 

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That horse left a long time ago. The comedy of this is, George W. Bush walks Freely in America. The country he so failed! The country in which he committed so may crimes against humanity in. The country he permitted to be attacked. The country that allowed him to go un-prosecuted for his crimes, his and Dick Cheney's crimes go un-punished in the Worlds stronghold of justice and liberty, and some one wants to complain that a cartoon has never been etched to portray an analogy between the Republicans most revered leader to that of a solider, a sentry!! This in and of itself would be laughable if it were not so sad in the light of the truth of how much American's apathy has grown! We as a nation have betrayed ourselves allowing Republican's hate and fear of everything to transgress our principals.

Andrew

 

 

I was surprised no one mentioned all the toons and commentaries I did at the time, as did Buckfush, Internetweekly.org, Satiricalpolitical.com, Bartcop, Buzzflash, MadKane,  and many other out-of-the-mainstream toon and word makers. But, I know what you mean. Our mainstream media gave a pass to Bush and 911. They also gave Jeb Bush a pass on breaking his oath he took as governor to uphold the laws of the State of Florida, by his right turn to the US Supreme Court to stop the complete vote recounting.

 

 In ten years the US Supreme Court has taken away state's rights in elections and given corporations more rights in influencing elections.

 

See a pattern here?

 

Keep using your freedom of speech before you lose it.

 

 Email me lisa@allhatnocattle.net

 


 

 


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Sex, Lies and Videotape or The Long Running John Edwards Soap Opera

 

 The mistress of former presidential candidate John Edwards wants a "very private and personal" videotape back from a former aide who wrote a book about the politician, according to court documents obtained Friday by The Associated Press.

 


Go-F**k-Yourself News

 




 

Did you have a good time today?

 

Thank you William from Texas!

 

Offline Donation - Lisa Casey - PO Box 88 - Ashford, AL 36312

 


 Email me lisa@allhatnocattle.net


Odd News


To Help You Deflate Photo

 

 

The backyard of the Iguanazul Hotel in Playa Junquillal, Costa Rica, on January 29, 2010 at about 7am. Do you see me waving at you?

Photo/Lisa Casey

 

Peace.


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