President Obama says he’d like to socialize with Republicans, but they aren’t responding to his overtures. So which is it, a remote president or an opposition party that refuses to hang out with him?
Mitch McConnell even refused to meet with President Obama to congratulate the University of Kentucky Basketball team from his own state, last year. Mitch is not only an elephant’s ass, he’s a horse’s ass, too.
Right around Clinton’s impeachment, the GOP must have realized that if they follow the rules, they’ll never win a national election again. – LOLGOP
The World is a Safer Place Without Saddam
- Indian PM says no “business as usual” with Pakistan
- Explosions at Syria’s Aleppo university kills 15: group
- Suicide bomber kills Iraqi Sunni Muslim lawmaker
- Panetta: No US troops on the ground in Mali
- Saudi court gives prison and lashes to Egyptian lawyer
- Bin Laden film “Zero Dark Thirty” leads box office
- One month after school massacre, parents of Sandy Hook victims speak, urging ‘real change’
U.S. Troops Committing Suicide Skyrockets
The number of U.S. troops committing suicide set a record in 2012, exceeding the number of combat deaths, the Pentagon said on Monday.
The Pentagon said 349 active-duty troops killed themselves in 2012, up more than 15 percent from 2011 despite renewed efforts by the military to stem the suicide rate.
The Russians Found a Major Cyber-Attack
A major cyber-attack that may have been stealing confidential documents since 2007 has been discovered by Russian researchers.
Kaspersky Labs told the BBC the malware targeted government institutions such as embassies, nuclear research centres and oil and gas institutes.
The House is listening to someone read the Constitution. Tea Partiers have asked to woken up for part with the talking snake. – LOLGOP
- RNC’s Priebus Proposes to Rig Electoral College so Losing Republicans Can …
- Supreme Court declines to hear Republican voting challenge
- Justice Clarence Thomas breaks seven-year silence in court
- Tareq Salahi leaves Va. Republican governor nomination contest
- Gay Alabama Rep Wants Schools to Stop Teaching Being Gay Is a Crime
- Glenn Beck announces plans for Independence, USA
- Tampa paper solves mystery of Gov. Scott’s ‘missing’ dog
”Ten days from now Barack Obama will be inaugurated. I’m telling you, it is really starting to look bad for Mitt Romney.” –David Letterman
James Yeager, the CEO who recently threatened to “start killing people” if President Barack Obama pursued an expansion on gun control, has had his gun permit suspended.
Authorities with the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security told Newschannel 5 the suspension was based on “material likelihood of risk of harm to the public.”
Rock the Voter News
- NY seals 1st state gun laws since Newtown massacre
- Obama to gun-control foes: Examine your conscience
- No One Cared That Their Town Was Being Polluted, So Residents Sued the Coal Company Themselves
”U.S. customs officials recently discovered 310 pounds of marijuana hidden in some frozen carrots. That’s one way to keep kids away from drugs – put them in vegetables.” –Jay Leno
NRA: Indoctrinating 4 Year Olds
This is NRA: Practice Range. It’s a new iOS game released apparently by the fine folks at the National Rifle Association, who have graciously decided to make it both free and available to kids aged 4+ so that anyone, no matter how old they are, can practice using guns to shoot things.
- Oil down after Europe industrial production falls
- US retail sales rose 0.5 percent in December
- December home sales down 17.4 per cent from year ago, average price up: CREA
- U.S. labeling rules cost Canada hog farmers $2 billion: group
”Our huge state budget deficit is gone. Governor Jerry Brown announced the state budget for next year is projected to net an $851 million surplus and this year we’ll have a surplus of $785 million. You hear that, meter maids? Maybe you can stop giving us tickets for a couple of months.” –Jimmy Kimmel
I’ll Stop Blaming Bush, When You Stop Putting Them in Office
On Election Day 2012, about half of voters still blamed George W. Bush for the lingering weakness in the economy. As a political brand, the Bush name may not have gotten you a great speaking slot at the 2012 Republican National Convention, but there’s one thing it’s certainly good for — raising money…Since he filed his reporting declaration on November 7, Bush has raked in $1,350,489.
Tim Tebow is now selling his own line of headphones. You can tell they are Tim Tebow headphones. Once you hook it up to your iPod, it barely plays.- Jimmy Fallon
Not a Good Start to the 2013 Fundraiser.
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- Giant fish grabs man’s dangling arm, almost drags him into water
- Erratic Bat Behavior Seen in Smokies
- 18 human heads discovered in package at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport
- Jewel thief busted after posting photos online
- Couple sharing same name have split
- Brother and sister reunite in Iowa after 65 years with help of Facebook, 7-year-old boy
Time to Deflate Photo
Eric Rudder, chief technical strategy officer of Microsoft, holds a prototype Windows smartphone with a flexible OLED display during Samsung’s keynote address at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013. Photo/Jae C. Hong