TGIF/Weekend edition - December 18-20, 2009



Chuck Norris: Public health care would have killed Baby Jesus

Rawstory 12-18-09

Movie star and Mike Huckabee booster Chuck Norris has dragged the "War on Christmas" into the health care debate.
Norris has penned an article in which he suggests that Jesus Christ would have been among many "great souls" who would have been "erased from history" had a health plan similar to the one proposed by the Democrats

Obama, Wen offer no new emissions cuts at summit

AP –12-18-09

COPENHAGEN – President Barack Obama and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao have addressed the faltering U.N. climate conference in Copenhagen but neither is offering any new commitments to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

Senate set to pass $636 billion defense spending bill
CNN - ‎12-18-09
The Senate voted early Friday to end the debate on a massive defense spending bill. A final vote is expected Saturday. Washington (CNN) -- The Senate is set to wrap up debate Friday on a $636 billion defense spending bill, setting the stage for an


"You guys, listen to this. It turns out the Secret Service accidentally let another random couple into a private reception with Obama, which means at this point the White House is slightly less exclusive than the Burger King Kids Club." –Jimmy Fallon

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


"Governor Schwarzenegger is in a bit of a feud with former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin right now. They're fighting about global warming. Palin says it isn't proven. Schwarzenegger said she's 'living in the Stone Age.' And Palin really should know not to mess with Arnold Schwarzenegger. This guy has been systematically terminating women named Sarah for many years now." –Jimmy Kimmel

Iraq Insurgents Spent $26


Insurgents in Iraq have occasionally intercepted video images sent from American military drones to troops in the field...The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that Iraqi insurgents had used a $26 commercial software package called Sky Grabber, designed to use a satellite dish to intercept transmissions of movies and music, to capture some of the video feeds from unmanned aerial vehicles.



Disturbing News


"Former Democratic presidential candidate John 'I am not the father' Edwards has bought a house for the woman he was having an affair with. Imagine if Tiger Woods started doing that. You could jump-start the housing market like that, and put millions of people back to work." –Jay Leno

Will Oklahoma Post Online Info About Men Who Get Vasectomies?


 A judge could determine Friday whether to allow an Oklahoma law to go forward that will post information online about women who get abortions in the state -- an act critics say would be harassment and an invasion of privacy.




Republican-Shenanigans News


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"And the Golden Globe nominations came out yesterday. President Obama picked up a nomination for best Democrat acting like a Republican. So, congratulations." –Jay Leno



Rock-The-Voter News


"Did you hear about what happened a couple of months ago at the White House? There were some tourists taking the tour of the White House. And the next thing you know, they're invited to have breakfast with the president. So they went in and had breakfast with the president. And it turns out it was a huge mistake. They crashed breakfast with the president. And everybody was very upsetb ut the Secret Service said that the couple had been properly screened. Well, that's great. Who's screening the Secret Service? That's what I want to know!" –David Letterman



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Biz-Tech News


"Well, earlier this week at the White House, President Obama met with a group of the nation's top Wall Street bankers face-to-face. The meeting went well, although the bankers did charge President Obama 25 bucks for not using the ATM out front. See, it costs more if you see them in person." –Jay Leno


Fox versus Time Warner Cable


News Corp's Fox television unit said on Friday that testy carriage negotiations with Time Warner Cable Inc could leave viewers unable to see Fox programming, including "American Idol" and NFL football...Time Warner Cable confirmed that the talks are ongoing but said Fox's current demands "are unreasonable and excessive, especially in this economic climate."



Bush-Prison-Torture News


Go-F**k-Yourself News


Subject: Your website


Dear Lisa,
I’m glad you’re still online and that you are getting medical care. You are a real trooper. Good luck.
The Republicans don’t have smart and funny websites such as yours. For that matter neither do the Democrats, other than a handful, and those barely rise to your level. I would think with this WORLD WIDE WEB there’d be hundreds if not thousands of websites such as yours. You are a rare and treasured jewel in a political comedy desert. You once wrote that All Hat No Cattle is Prozac for Politics, exacto mundo!
I’m curious, what are the best and worst things about living in Costa Rica?
I sent a PayPal donation.
Your fan forever,

Thank you, Rachel. It’s people like you that keep AHNC going. Deep curtsy.
The best things about living in Costa Rica are the people, hands down.
The worst thing about living in Costa Rica is that I don’t have the command of their language. I need to hire a translator when I go to the hospital. After the chemo I’ll take lessons. :)


So after Silvio Berlusconi gets smashed in the face with a statue by a guy named Tartaglia, another man with unknown motives manages to make it into the hospital where he is recovering. “I can’t explain what’s happening,” said the Berlusconi spokesman Mario Puzo. - Laugh Lines



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Odd News

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This image provided by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope Tuesday Dec. 15, 2009 shows hundreds of brilliant blue stars wreathed by warm, glowing clouds. The festive portrait is the most detailed view of the largest stellar nursery in our local galactic neighborhood. The massive, young stellar grouping, called R136, is only a few million years old and resides in the 30 Doradus Nebula, a turbulent star-birth region in the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), a satellite galaxy of our Milky Way. There is no known star-forming region in our galaxy as large or as prolific as 30 Doradus.




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