Tuesday edition - September 1, 2009




Ex-Miss California sues over gay marriage comment
Reuters - 9-1-09‎
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Former Miss California USA Carrie Prejean has sued beauty pageant organizers claiming she was wrongfully fired for saying marriage should be only between a man and a woman, her lawyer said on Monday.


President Scarborough? "Morning Joe" Would Be a Viable Threat To Obama in 2012

The ever-shrinking right-wing-nutjob base can have Sarah Palin. My early money for the Republican Party's next presidential nominee is MSNBC pundit and former Florida congressman Joe Scarborough. ...

Palin's father says daughter busy writing book
The Associated Press - ‎8-31-09
CALDWELL, Idaho - The father of Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska and vice presidential nominee, says his daughter has been steering clear of the media spotlight in recent weeks to focus on writing her memoirs.

Conservative women are so combative. It must be a genetic thing.


Death Panel Republicans: the same great folks who brought you economic catastrophe. - Grant Gerver www.seriouskidding.com




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

Konservative Kansas Kasinos, Oh My!


 In Kansas, Carrie Nation battled booze by smashing up saloons, the state school board once approved science guidelines questioning evolution and anti-abortion leaders have made their stiffest stands — all burnishing the state's conservative credentials.

Now, Kansas is poised for an unlikely distinction: It's about to get into the casino business, not merely by blessing gambling and taxing the profits but by becoming the legal owner of the casinos themselves.



Disturbing News


"Today and tomorrow, the state of California is having a big garage sale up in Sacramento. Which is probably not a good sign for the economy, when the largest state in the union is holding a garage sale to pay its debts. Our governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, actually signed a lot of the items for sale, I guess to raise their value. You know, a garage sale is fine, but we owe $30 billion. If we really want to make money, forget the garage sale, take some of that confiscated pot and have a bake sale." --Jimmy Kimmel






Republican-Shenanigans News


"Health care debate, of course, still rages. John McCain in the middle of the debate now. Earlier this week, in a television interview, John McCain said he has never experienced anything like the current debate on health care. Then McCain turned to the camera and said, 'I've also never experienced anything like the rich, bold flavor of lemon zest Metamucil.'" --Conan O'Brien

Rock-The-Voter News




"Celebrity birthdays, happy birthday John McCain, 73 years old tomorrow. And if you are looking for a gift, you can't go wrong with something from the Very Old Navy." --David Letterman

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Biz-Tech News


Thank God for Spell Chack.

 - Grant Gerver www.seriouskidding.com




Bush-Prison-Torture News



Go-F**k-Yourself News




Subject: Locusts



A bunch of us progressives got together to prevent the Dark Lord Cheney from sending that plague of locusts your way.
That would have been the last thing you needed after all of your recent problems.

Welcome back---again!



Deep curtsy for the Knights in Shining Armor, Sir Ron.

Cheney didn't send that plague of locust nor did he shoot me in the face.



All that obedience training's gone out the window: I caught the Shih Tzus smoking.

 - Grant Gerver www.seriouskidding.com







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In this August 2009 photograph provided by The Denver Zoo, emperor tamarin monkey twins Lara and Lucy look on from their home in the zoo's nursery. The twins are being cared for by zookeepers after they were orphaned on July 30 when their mother died from cancer, three weeks after giving birth to the pair.
Photo/The Denver Zoo, Dave Parsons





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