TGIF/Weekend edition - October 8-10, 2010
Veteran state Sen. Bill Raggio, one of Nevada's
most influential Republicans over the last four decades, says he's
reluctantly endorsing Democratic U.S. Sen. Harry Reid's re-election
U.S. Senate candidate Sharron Angle told a crowd of supporters that the country needs to address a "militant terrorist situation" that has allowed Islamic religious law to take hold in some American cities.
The former pastor of Senate candidate Sharron Angle denounced Senate
Majority Leader Harry Reid's faith, calling the Mormon Church a cult that
pretends to embrace Christianity.
A Brazilian clown elected to Congress
must pass a literacy test before being seated. Wish we had the same restrictions
on our clowns.- Will Durst
U.S. reliance on private security in Afghanistan that is
poorly monitored and often results in the hiring of Afghan warlords is profiting
the Taliban and could endanger coalition troops, according to a Senate
report. Military officials warn, however, that ending the practice of hiring
local guards could worsen the security situation.
was ahead of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Forbes' list of the most powerful
women in the world. I’m not saying Pelosi’s jealous, but today she showed up to
work wearing a meat pantsuit. Jimmy Fallon
David Letterman's "Top Ten Signs There's Trouble at Fox
10. Accidentally said something positive about a Democrat
9. News ticker reads 'Bosses crazy, send help'
8. Today's top story: Is there anything more delicious than bacon?
7. Been criticizing Obama for not doing enough to prevent World War I
6. Bill O'Reilly inviting guests to enter the 'No Pants Zone'
5. Crime stories eerily similar to plot of most recent 'Hawaii Five-O'
4. Spent five hours today breaking down the Mets playoff chances
3. Thinking about hiring Rick Sanchez
2. Since June, Glenn Beck has been doing this nonstop (Beck barking)
1. They're thinking of giving the 10:00 p.m. slot to Leno
She's Going To Need Some Black Magic
Senate Minority Leader Mitch
McConnell has said some nice things about Delaware Senate candidate Christine
O’Donnell, but when asked Thursday if O’Donnell would support him as Republican
leader if she were elected,
the Tea Party favorite refused to commit.
The Journalism World Is A Better Place Without Rick Sanchez
Rick Sanchez didn't mince
any words. He said he was wrong and he screwed up.
Interviewed on ABC's "Good Morning America" a week after being fired from his hosting job at CNN, Sanchez apologized Friday for his slams at CNN and at Comedy Central's Jon Stewart, whom he had called a "bigot."
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Jailed Chinese democracy
activist Liu Xiaobo won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for decades of
non-violent struggle for human rights, infuriating China, which called the award
"There are rumors of an Obama-Hillary
ticket for 2012, though some insiders say Obama doesn't feel he needs Hillary on
the ticket. At this point, I don't think Hillary feels that she needs Obama on
the ticket." –Jay Leno
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Trump is running for president. He’s not the kind of guy that would stage
something like this for publicity.
I know it’s official because today, Trump threw his hair into the ring.
- David Letterman
Health Care Overhaul Is Legal
A federal judge in Michigan
ruled Thursday that
the new health-care overhaul law is constitutional, rejecting an argument
that Congress lacked the power to create the legislation's "individual mandate,"
which requires virtually all Americans to purchase health insurance.
One Astronaut, Two Cosmonauts and a Russian Spy
rocket with a U.S. astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts onboard blasted off
successfully early Friday for the International Space Station,
with flame-haired Russian spy Anna Chapman making an unexpected appearance
at the cosmodrome to wave them goodbye.
chimp in South Africa known for smoking cigarettes, has died at the age of 52.
And I think you can probably guess what he died from. He drove his motorcycle
off a cliff. Jimmy Fallon
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This handout from French art expert house Marc Ottavi shows a painting by Italian artist Giovanni Boldini that was found in June 2010 by an auctioneer in a flat which was closed since her owner, who moved to southern France before the war, never returned to her Paris flat and died at the age of 91. The painting was sold for 2.1 million euros at Drouot saleshouse in September 2010.
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