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Thursday, May 31, 2012

I'm A Divorce Attorney. RO?TFLMAO!


Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Calling Out POTUS Barack Obama's FAILED Promises.. Watch Video And Learn.

PHONY Mitt Romney Respects What's On The Bottom Of His Shoe. LOL.


Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Barack Obama Is A Failure. LOL.


Monday, May 28, 2012

As We Celebrate Memorial Day Today, Please Remember Those Of Us Who "Gave The Last Measure Of Devotion" So That "Government By The People, Of The People And For The People Shall NOT Perish From This Earth".


Words To Live By, Words Of Wisdom, And Words To Ponder.

"The legislative department is everywhere extending the sphere of its activity and drawing all power into its impetuous vortex."

-- James Madison, Federalist No. 48, 1788

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President Barack Obama Is Just Another Damn Politician! But PHONY Mitt Romney Is One Of The WORST Kind Of Politican, Eager To Say ANYTHING To Get Your Vote!!


Saturday, May 26, 2012

Now This Here Cartoon Is Ha Ha Funny Right There!


Friday, May 25, 2012

Kentucky Democrats Almost Rejected POTUS Barack Obama At The Polls As Many Of Them Voted For A Fictional "Uncommitted" Candidate.


Thursday, May 24, 2012

Fewer Voters Cost Too Much For All. AND WE AGREE.

Editorial | Fewer voters cost too much for all

The people have spoken. Or, given the pitifully low turnout numbers in Tuesday’s elections, maybe they whispered.

Heading in to Tuesday, prognosticators expected between 15 percent and 20 percent of eligible voters to show up to exercise their most precious right as American citizens. Those forecasters ought to bet on the Derby because they were about smack-dab on the nose: Local turnout didn’t make it to 16 percent, and state numbers didn’t even graze 15 percent. There’s no way to paint a smiley face on any of that.

Compare and contrast Tuesday’s sparse turnout in Kentucky with this ABC News observation about Wednesday’s historic elections halfway around the world: “Long lines snaked out of polling stations across Egypt ... as Egyptians went to cast their ballots in the country’s first free and fair presidential elections, the first in Egypt since President Hosni Mubarak was ousted February 2011.”

And then ponder the message found in the almost lone voice of a Louisville voter, quoted in The Courier-Journal on the same day freedom-hungry Egyptians were jamming their polling places. She was exactly right when she said: “In some ways it makes my vote count more because there are (fewer) people voting.”

Think about that. Fewer votes do count more when few people vote. And how is representative government supposed to work when the people who are supposed to be represented don’t even bother to show up to elect their representatives? If Americans think government is broken, and we keep hearing that (and hearing that), perhaps they ought to consider their own couch-potato roles in that hobbled system.

And then, just for added alarm, toss in the role money — especially outside money, unleashed by the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent Citizens United decision — plays in some of today’s elections, one in particular, and what that might mean to all those who just can’t be bothered.

The win of Thomas Massie, the tea party- and U.S. Sen. Rand Paul-backed Republican candidate in Kentucky’s 4th Congressional District primary, was just hours old when The New York Times filed a story about how a 21-year-old Texan armed with an inherited $1 million was able to pump more than $500,000 into Mr. Massie’s race, or as the Times dubbed it, “a little-watched Republican House primary in Northern Kentucky.” His opponents didn’t stand a chance against the “saturation advertising,” especially when so many voters are so unengaged.

It is difficult not to be disturbed by how the story advances the Massie template. Beyond the Kentucky race — in the November general election, Mr. Massie will face Democrat Bill Adkins for the U.S. House seat being vacated by the GOP’s retiring Geoff Davis — the story details how the scenario is being reproduced by followers of Ron Paul (daddy of Rand), in other parts of the country.

“Karl Rove’s fear-and-smear-style Republicans are going to wake up at the end of the year and realize we are now in control of the Republican Party,” said, per The Times, the man who runs the “Super Pac” that flooded Kentucky with money in support of Mr. Massie.

It’s one thing for Republicans, who have made their own beds with extremists, to have to live with these control issues. It’s quite another thing for the rest of the country to have to live with them, too.

But that is exactly what can happen if most voters decide to sit things out and let a few others decide their futures, and the futures of their communities and country, for them. Will we wake up at the end of the year and realize Ron and Rand Paul and their followers are in control of the country, too? Take a look at the scorched-earth proposals they make, and see how they fit with the America you envision.

John Ramsey, the young man with money to bankroll the ad glut in the 4th Congressional District race, asks in The Times story, “How much money would you spend for freedom?”

It’s his right as an American to ask that question, but it’s the wrong question.

The right question to ask after an American election in which only about 15 percent of the eligible voters bothered to cast ballots, is: “Why are you letting other people and other people’s money speak for you?”

A continuing silence may provide painful truth to the old Bob Dylan line that money doesn’t talk — it swears.

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Discouraging Voter Turnout In Kentucky's Primary Elections..

Discouraging voter turnout

In Kentucky Tuesday only 14 percent of registered voters decided it was worth the trouble to go to the polls.

Remarkably, that's more than the 10 to 12 percent election officials had anticipated.

This is discouraging for any number of reasons. Low turnout means a small portion of the population is making some serious decisions for everyone else. That's just not good for democracy.

It's also an indication that, as a people, we take the right to vote freely for whomever we choose much too lightly.

It was just last year when the entire world was excited about the Arab spring as millions risked their lives to agitate for the right of self-determination. Throughout the last century disenfranchised groups within this country, women and African-Americans, fought for the right to vote.

And, with Memorial Day approaching, we must remember that thousands of Americans have returned home in flag-draped coffins after fighting for these rights for people in other parts of the world.

But blaming voters is not the only issue. It is too hard to vote. In Kentucky the polls close at 6 p.m., an hour that might have made sense in an agricultural society where most women didn't work outside the home.

Today, with the press of round-the-clock work, school, extracurricular activities and a host of other distractions, that's an unreasonably early hour.

Beyond that, though, in this country we still insist for the most part on voting only one day, in the middle of the week and almost always in person. What about voting on weekends, or by mail or by secure Internet connection?

Technology has made it easier to count votes but, frankly, it hasn't done much to make it easier to cast them.

We know that money is an issue here, as everywhere. New technology comes at a cost, as would expanding polling hours or days.

But as a society we need to consider the cost that has been paid to give people the right to vote; and the potential cost of letting that right drift away without a fight.

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Editor's note: in my precinct, it was 3.5% turnout! Yes, SHAMEFUL, I know!

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Oh Yea ... . LOL.


Wednesday, May 23, 2012

We Congratulate All The Winners -- And Losers -- In Yesterday's Kentucky Elections. ALL My Favorites Won, Except For Two. Oh Well, You Can't Win Them All!



Mitt Romney's Religion Is Not Important. I'm Laughing My A$$ Off At This Joel Pett Cartoon.


Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Vote Here. LOL.


Monday, May 21, 2012

On Election Day Tomorrow In Warren County, Only One Election Matters: The Clerk Of The Circuit Court Clerk Race Between Brandi Duvall And Pat Howell Goad, Both Democrats. Watch News Video And Go And Vote.


More On Trayvon Martin Killing By George Zimmerman. According To A Quoted Eye Wieorge Zimmerman "Intended For This Kid To Die" Watch Video.

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Words To Live By, Words Of Wisdom, And Words To Ponder.

"If we resort for a criterion to the different principles on which different forms of government are established, we may define a republic to be, or at least may bestow that name on, a government which derives all its powers directly or indirectly from the great body of the people, and is administered by persons holding their offices during pleasure for a limited period, or during good behavior."

-- James Madison, Federalist No. 39

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News: Minority Birth Population Rises In The U. S. . LOL.


Saturday, May 19, 2012

News:Facebook Goes Public. LOL.


Friday, May 18, 2012

Cal Thomas: "[POTUS BAarack] Obama Preaching Another Gospel On Gays." Yes, He Is, My Brother!

Cal Thomas | An unfounded claim on what the Bible says
Obama preaching another gospel on gays

It is one thing to talk about “fairness” when it comes to allowing gays and lesbians to marry; it is quite another to claim biblical authority for such relationships.

President Obama cited the “Golden Rule” about treating others as you would like to be treated, but in doing so he ignored the totality of Scripture and the Lord Himself, who alone gets to set the rules for human behavior.

The President says he is a “practicing Christian.” It is difficult to be one while simultaneously holding a low view of the Bible, which his position on several social issues might suggest.

The same Book that informs him about the Person he told Pastor Rick Warren in 2008 is his “Savior,” also speaks to the beginning of human life (he has done nothing to limit abortions), fornication between adults of the opposite sex (no word yet on his position on that subject), marriage, and adultery, which the Seventh Commandment and New Testament passages condemn.

I recently wrote that it is becoming increasingly difficult for people who believe the Bible is God’s Word to impose their beliefs on those who disagree with them. But it is something altogether different for those who disagree to claim the Bible doesn’t say what it says, in effect calling God a liar. President Obama apparently hopes there are sufficient numbers of biblical illiterates — and he could be right about this — that either won’t notice his sleight of hand, or don’t care.

Thousands of years of human history have sustained marriage between one man and one woman. Even human biology testifies to a natural order.

Genesis 2:24 says “ ... a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife. The two shall become one flesh.” Jesus, Whom President Obama likes to selectively quote when it suits his earthly political agenda, honored traditional marriage at a wedding feast in Cana (John 2:1). He also reaffirmed the Genesis passage in Matthew 19:5.

Paul, the Apostle of Jesus, wrote in Ephesians 5 about husbands and wives, male and female.

Scripture teaches that the marriage union between a man and woman is an illustration of how Christ and the church are one (Ephesians 5:32). It also teaches that since God made us, conceived of marriage and created sex to be enjoyed within the marital bond, He gets to set the rules and establish the boundaries for human behavior, not because He is a curmudgeon who wants to deny us pleasure, but because He knows what is best for us.

Liberal theologians have tried to modify, or even change, what is contained in the Bible and there are those in our time who are following their example with the issue of same-sex marriage.

People are free to accept or reject what Scripture says. What they are not free to do is to claim it says something it does not. In modern times that’s called “spin.” In an earlier time it was called heresy.

The Apostle John warns in Revelation 22:18-19 about the punishment awaiting anyone who adds to, or subtracts from Scripture. Deuteronomy 4:1-2 has a similar warning. The consequences aren’t pretty. There are also warnings not to preach “another Gospel” (Galatians 1:8, 2 Corinthians 11:4, among others).

As he seeks to justify his position on same-sex marriage and other issues that are either questionable at best, or deny Scripture at worst, President Obama might be said to be preaching another gospel.

This could possibly lead to a fissure in his solid support among African Americans, costing the president votes in November. It will also likely galvanize the culture warriors.

Minorities mostly vote for Democrats, but they don’t like their faith denied. That could cause some of them to stay home on Election Day, or even vote for Mitt Romney.

The negative reaction the President received from some of the African-American ministers he called last week after declaring his support for same-sex marriage should serve as a prophetic warning.

Readers may e-mail Cal Thomas at

Editor's comment: If I had any thoughts of voting for Barack Obama before, his support of homosexual marriages sealed the deal for me.

There is NO way now I'm giving it Any thought. If he wins, he has to win WITHOUT my precious vote!

Oh yes, I am a true African American in every sense of the word. And I am a follower of Christ in every sense of the word.

I'm NOT going to hell for ANYONE, folks!

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Former TV Cop, Michael Glaser, David Starsky Of “Starsky & Hutch”Fame Is Chrged With Drug Possession In Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Former TV cop hit with drug charge in BG
Glaser slated to appear May 31 in Warren court

Glaser charged with charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia
Glaser charged with charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia

Just hours after Paul Michael Glaser – an author and actor best known for his portrayal of 1970s television cop David Starsky in the show “Starsky & Hutch” – read excerpts from his book to schoolchildren here last week, Bowling Green police Officer Michael Rexroat busted him on a drug charge.

Glaser, 69, of Venice, Calif., is charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia-buy/possess, according to Warren Circuit Court records. He was cited to appear in Warren District Court in front of Judge John Brown at 1:30 p.m. May 31. City police spokesman Officer Ronnie Ward confirmed that the man cited here is the same man who portrayed the TV police officer.

Glaser was in Bowling Green on May 10 promoting his young adult fantasy novel, “Chrystallia and the Source of Light,” which was released last fall. He read to children at Moss Middle School and Bowling Green Junior High School. He also spoke at the Warren County Public Library.

The book is about a girl and her brother who are about to lose their mother and their house. It’s their last Christmas together, and the children discover an underground world of crystals and minerals. Glaser told students at both schools that he based the story on his own life experiences and interests. He lost his first wife and a daughter to AIDS.

City police were called to Glaser’s hotel, the Hilton Garden Inn, 1020 Wilkinson Trace, on the afternoon of May 10 after an anonymous complaint “of a person named ‘Paul Glaser’ smoking marijuana near the elevators,” Rexroat wrote in the citation.

Rexroat knocked on Glaser’s hotel room door, Room 444. Glaser opened the door, allowed Rexroat to enter the room and consented to a room search, according to the citation.

Rexroat found an object that appeared to be a box in the front pocket of a pair of blue jeans. The “box turned out to be a pipe” and Rexroat alleges that “the box” contained burnt marijuana residue, according to the citation.

Glaser acknowledged that the substance was medical marijuana prescribed to him in California, according to the citation.

Kentucky does not recognize medical marijuana licenses from other states and does not issue any, Bowling Green-Warren County Drug Task Force Director Tommy Loving said. No amount of marijuana is legal for possession in Kentucky.

If convicted as charged, Glaser could receive a 45-day sentence for the marijuana possession charge, a class B misdemeanor, and up to 12 months on the paraphernalia charge, a class A misdemeanor, Assistant County Attorney Jill Justice said.


Please Do What You Can And Join The Fight Against Child Abuse, Neglect And Dependency

Editorial | Join the fight against child abuse, neglect

Momentum continues to build for a concerted, regional effort to spare children from abuse and neglect that too often results in their deaths.

And make no mistake — death is a kind term for the violent batterings, bruises, broken bones and fractured skulls that kill children as young as a few months old. More chilling is the forensic evidence of previous abuse injuries — healing fractures, scars, blood on the brain — that some of these small children have endured in their short and tormented lives.

Wednesday’s announcement that a broad coalition of Kentucky and Indiana pediatric and child welfare officials have joined the fight is the latest welcome development in what appears to be a growing determination to fight a problem that afflicts families in the region year after year.

“Child abuse is completely preventable,” Dr. Stephen Wright, medical director at Kosair Children’s Hospital said Wednesday in announcing the latest effort that includes Kentucky and Indiana children’s hospitals, medical schools and others involved in the care and protection of children.

Last month, Kosair Charities — a separate entity from the hospital — and about a dozen health and child welfare officials announced they are launching an ambitious, 10-year effort in Kentucky and Indiana to eradicate abuse and neglect.

While rates of child abuse fluctuate, Kentucky reported 30 deaths in the 2010 federal Child Maltreatment annual report, the most recent available, and Indiana, 17.

Both groups expect to rely heavily on public education and awareness efforts. The goal of eradicating child abuse deaths and injuries is impressive but it won’t work without the involvement of other key players. They include:

• The public. Though few people seem to realize this, under both Indiana and Kentucky state law anyone who suspects a child is being abused or neglected is required to report it to the authorities. This means you are part of the system to protect children, not just social workers, day care workers, teachers or pediatricians.

In Indiana, people may report suspected abuse to state authorities by calling (800) 800-5556 and in Kentucky, (877) 597-2331. Reports may be made anonymously. Don’t be discouraged if you get can’t get through or get brushed off.

In Kentucky in particular complaints have surfaced about lengthy waits on hold or overworked hotline operators reluctant to take cases. Insist on speaking to a supervisor. Call police or local officials. Do something if you truly believe a child is at risk.

• State officials. State officials could better tackle the problem of child abuse and neglect by gathering more accurate data. Nationally, advocates estimate that as many as half all child abuse or neglect deaths aren’t even counted — misclassified as deaths from natural causes or accidents.

Kentucky could start by returning to a clear, research-based annual report of child abuse and neglect fatalities it is required by law to produce. Last year, amid mounting criticism of its handling of the case of Amy Dye, a nine-year-old Western Kentucky girl fatally beaten in her adoptive home, the state Cabinet for Health and Family Services produced — three months late — a “Cliffs Notes” version, paring down detail and data of past years.

More astoundingly, it omitted the abuse or neglect deaths of at least eight children even though some were high-profile criminal cases that resulted in charges ranging from abuse to murder, including that of Amy Dye. Cabinet officials have offered various excuses for this, none of which made a lot of sense to lawmakers who blasted them for the report.

• Lawmakers. Lawmakers need to do more than criticize. They need to figure out what they can do to get involved in this effort. Budget cuts have left the state with shrinking numbers of social workers and rising caseloads. Other cuts have left virtually no services for poor families to get help.

Jefferson County judges can no longer give poor parents bus tickets to get to counseling or visitation with children. Kentucky can no longer afford to pay for drug testing for most parents in the family court system even as judges say drug addiction is a rising factor in child abuse and neglect.

The goal of eliminating child abuse deaths and injuries is worthy but will take far more than the work of hospitals, doctors and child advocates.

Until the community takes it seriously and works for change, the deaths and injuries will continue unabated.


Qualification For President. LOL.


Thursday, May 17, 2012

We Mourn The Passing Of '70's Disco Queen, "Hot Stuff" Donna Summer. "We Love To Love You, Baby!" RIP.

Click here to watch non embeddable video of bad girls.

She died of lung cancer.
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Trayvon Martin Killed By Single Gunshot Fired BY George Zimmerman From Intermediate Range,' Autopsy shows. Watch News Video.

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Editor's comment: This revelation does not bode well for George Zimmerman since it appears he shot his victim not from close range, that will support a claim of acting in self defense. It suggests he fired from a distance.

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Former President George W. Bush Endorses phony Mitt Romney. ROTFLMAO!


Wednesday, May 16, 2012


Kentuckians For The Commonwealth launched a non-partisan voter education website last week at that helps people know what elections they'll be able to vote in, find voting locations, and learn where the candidates stand on various issues. It's a useful site, so check it out and share it with friends. But above all - don't forget to vote on Tuesday May 22nd. Polls are open from 6am to 6pm.


Why Mitt Romney Can Relate to The Middle Class. Mike Luckovich Is LOL Funny.

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

"STILL Can't Find Work".


Monday, May 14, 2012

Time Magazine Outs POTUS Barack Obama As America's "First GAY President".

Read more here.

Words To Live BY.

"A just security to property is not afforded by that government, under which unequal taxes oppress one species of property and reward another species." -- James Madison, Essay on Property, 1792


More On POTUS Barack Obama And Mitt Romney.LOL.


Saturday, May 12, 2012

Mitt Romney Takes Credit Where NO Credit Is Due.

Friday, May 11, 2012

Joel Pett Makes Us Laugh.LOL.


Thursday, May 10, 2012

I Am VERY Proud Of My VERY Good Friend, Kentucky's Chief JustIce John Minton.

Minton honored at annual Law Day
By JUSTIN STORY, The Daily News

Kentucky Chief Justice John Minton’s tenure as a Warren Circuit Court judge was commemorated Wednesday with the unveiling and dedication of a portrait that will hang in the courtroom where he once presided.

The ceremony took place during the Bowling Green-Warren County Bar Association’s Law Day 2012 program at the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center.

Painted by Bowling Green artist Angela Kuprion, Minton’s portrait will hang in Circuit Courtroom A in the Warren County Justice Center alongside those of several other circuit judges who have served over the years in Warren County.

Minton served as a circuit judge from 1992 to 2003 before being named a Kentucky Court of Appeals judge.

In 2006, Minton was appointed by then-Kentucky Gov. Ernie Fletcher to the Kentucky Supreme Court and was sworn in as chief justice in 2008.

During a brief speech accepting his honor, Minton thanked those who enabled him to pursue his dreams and took a moment to specifically recognize community leader Cora Jane Spiller, who Minton said has worked tirelessly in making sure the city’s history is recognized and preserved.

“We would not have this portrait dedication or any portrait dedication in the last decade without Cora Jane,” Minton said.

Minton’s portrait will hang in the courtroom where Warren Circuit Judge John Grise currently serves.

“None of his predecessors I believe have exceeded his abilities and none of his successors I know have come close to approximating them,” Grise said of Minton.

The ceremony Wednesday was the high note of the 55th annual Law Day celebration by the local bar association.

This year’s event took place amid grim budgetary forecasts that have led several states to reduce funding for their judiciary systems.

Last year, 42 states cut funding for their court systems, and Kentucky court employees will be furloughed for three days this year after state lawmakers reduced the budget for its judicial branch. About 3,700 court workers across the state will be affected by the furloughs.

Florence attorney William T. Robinson III, the current president of the American Bar Association, said the American court system plays a crucial role in protecting rights and that it is essential that courts receive adequate funding to carry out their role in government.

“This is something so precious ... and we’re treating it like another line item in the budget,” Robinson said. “This is an issue for all the citizens of this country because it is your freedom that is at stake.”

The Law Day celebration honored a few local attorneys for their work in the community.

Dwight Burton of Bowling Green won the association’s Pro-Bono Publico award, given to the member of the Warren County Lawyer’s Care Program for outstanding commitment to pro-bono work in the community.

Burton has represented several clients in civil cases who could not otherwise afford an attorney. He said that getting justice on behalf of those clients was a “rewarding feeling.”

Rebecca Simpson of Kentucky Legal Aid was honored with the Gwyneth Davis Outstanding Public Service Award for her commitment to causes enhancing justice and civil rights.

Joseph Huddleston, a former Kentucky Court of Appeals judge who died last year, was recognized with the William H. Natcher Award honoring retired or deceased bar members whose life represented serving public interest over personal interest.

Huddleston’s wife, Heidi, accepted the award on his behalf.

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Read Message From POTUS Barack Obama On His "FLIP-FLOPPED" HOMOSEXUAL (Marriage!?) Agenda.

Osi --

Today, I was asked a direct question and gave a direct answer:

I believe that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry.

I hope you'll take a moment to watch the conversation, consider it, and weigh in yourself on behalf of marriage equality:

I've always believed that gay and lesbian Americans should be treated fairly and equally. I was reluctant to use the term marriage because of the very powerful traditions it evokes. And I thought civil union laws that conferred legal rights upon gay and lesbian couples were a solution.

But over the course of several years I've talked to friends and family about this. I've thought about members of my staff in long-term, committed, same-sex relationships who are raising kids together. Through our efforts to end the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, I've gotten to know some of the gay and lesbian troops who are serving our country with honor and distinction.

What I've come to realize is that for loving, same-sex couples, the denial of marriage equality means that, in their eyes and the eyes of their children, they are still considered less than full citizens.

Even at my own dinner table, when I look at Sasha and Malia, who have friends whose parents are same-sex couples, I know it wouldn't dawn on them that their friends' parents should be treated differently.

So I decided it was time to affirm my personal belief that same-sex couples should be allowed to marry.

I respect the beliefs of others, and the right of religious institutions to act in accordance with their own doctrines. But I believe that in the eyes of the law, all Americans should be treated equally. And where states enact same-sex marriage, no federal act should invalidate them.

If you agree, you can stand up with me here.

Thank you,


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Editor's comment: The POTUS has chosen to bow down to his base, and in the process "piss" on Conservative God fearing moderates, like me, who he needs for his re-election.


MOre News From The John Edward's Trial, Brought To You By Mike Luckovich. LOL!


Tuesday, May 01, 2012

May Day! May Day!!

Yes, May Day!


One Of Them Is Crying For HELP!