Friday, July 27, 2007

Make Jimmy Ride the Bus!

Hat tip: Riley, Not O'Reilly

Jim Webb votes against protection from nuisance lawsuits against anti-terrorism tipsters.

What also funny is how these limo leftists never take public transporation, either. Or even look into it, for that matter. See, if Virginia's junior Senator bothered looking at the web (not Webb) page of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, he might have found the safety brochure with these important statements:

“If you see someone acting suspiciously, find an unattended package or witness anything unusual, stay away from it and tell the bus operator, train operator or station manager immediately.”


“Recent events make it even more important for you to be our partners in safety. Show your patriotism by helping us keep Metro safe and secure.” [Emphasis added.]

Let's just say that allowing nuisance lawsuits does not help "keep Metro safe and secure."

So now Jim Webb (and his left-wing Democrat-ICK cohorts) is unpatriotic by Metro's standards?

Thursday, July 26, 2007

I'm Baaaaaack!

Sorry for the lack of posting recently. We did a family vacation to California. No, we didn't see Ah-nuld, but we did go to the Monterey Aquarium and saw the jellyfish in the video above.

We also went to SanFrancisco, San Jose, Yosemite, the Gold Country, Reno, Tahoe, Chico, and Lassen before returning to SF via Berkeley. Lots of fun, but tiring. It is good to be home again!

What's Wrong with this Picture?

Democratic hopefuls snub party moderates

Democratic hopefuls to speak at "Yearly Kos"

Literally putting the "ICK" in "Democrat-ICK," wouldn't you say?

Another name for the Democratic Leadership Council may be "Future Republicans of America." Maybe Fred Thompson Democrats? (The thought of something like "Newt Gingrich Democrats" is also funny, if a remote possibility.) Are we going to have to use a term like "neo-neocons?"

There is some poetic justice in wishing Jimmy Carter a long life just to see his party implode again.

Saturday, July 07, 2007

Weirdness by Demand

I’ve been tagged by Ari.

The Rules are: Each player lists 8 facts/habits about themselves. The rules of the game are posted at the beginning before those facts/habits are listed. At the end of the post, the player then tags 8 people and posts their names, then goes to their blogs and leaves them a comment, letting them know that they have been tagged and asking them to read your blog.

In this case, I’ve asked my six-year old son for his opinions, of course! (See Ari, you wanted weirdness, right?)

  1. I was wondering what happens if there is a computer on the sun and it did not vaporize.
  2. I like going on a rocket
  3. I like “Hooked on Phonics.”
  4. I like when pictures fall down and go “CRASH!”
  5. I do not like if my little brother got hold of prunes.
  6. I want to go on a plane.
  7. I took a piece of paper and went “pfffft!”
  8. I like when my little brother goes “rooooar!”

I am tagging Mommy and Daddy and Grandma and my two-year-old brother.