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Why are the two drunk cats chasing Speedy all of the time?

Originally posted on blogsense-by-barb:

PLEASE VOTE!

It’s NOW or NEVER!
Unless you really understand and believe
Communism is a better way to live and govern,
You must vote and you must vote AGAINST
the Communist Candidate,
the current occupant of the White House.
If he wins another term,
America – as we have known it till now – will die.
Once gone, she will virtually impossible to resurrect!

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Originally posted on Rat Nation:

HAM SANDWICH COMES IN A CLOSE THIRD

Okay, I was kidding about the ham sandwich coming in third. I was not kidding, however, about a federal prison inmate capturing more than 42% of the West Virginia Democratic primary vote – and qualifying for a delegate to the Democratic National Convention. It doesn’t get any better.

Although – I wonder how the ham sandwich would’ve done against the O-man – mano a mano?

Keith Judd, incarcerated at the Federal Correctional Institution in Texarkana, Texas, where he is serving a sentence for extortion, paid the $2,500 filing fee and submitted a notarized “certificate of announcement” to appear on the ballot.

The fact that more than four out ten Democrats showed up to vote in an uncontested primary simply to register a protest vote against the O-man is priceless. Think about it; West Virginia Democrats – who granted, may not be the sharpest tools in the shed…

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The Conservative Hill Billy:

Hey fellow California fishermen: How many of you know about this?

Originally posted on California Outdoors Q and A:

Near Pine Flat Lake (USFS photo by Lee Webb)

Question: I was out fishing at Pine Flat Reservoir this past weekend and I came across an angler. He had a handgun on his side. I thought he was a warden, but he was fishing about 20 yards from me. He was dressed in civilian clothes (blue jeans/long sleeve shirt with a fishing vest). I did not talk to him or ask him his name. When I got home I told my cousin about it and he told me that he heard there’s a clause in the DFG policy that makes it okay for anglers to carry a gun (pistol) while out fishing, as long as the pistol is not loaded and as long as the angler possess a California fishing license. Is this true? (Alex V.)

Answer: There is a California Penal Code law that allows anglers to carry a gun while fishing and while hiking to and from their angling…

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The Exploding Fido

So these 8th century throw-backs who would strap a bomb to an infant, are just now thinking about using dogs? I am starting to think that Hades is too good a place for these stains.

http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/al-qaeda-bombmaker-designs-bombs-hide-cameras-hard/story?id=16314239&snglePage=true#.T6vMJFIsE7x

At the age of only 30, the al Qaeda bomb maker behind the foiled plot on U.S-bound planes has emerged as the most feared face of terror for American authorities, a master technician with a fierce hatred for America and ingenious plans for hiding hard-to-detect bombs inside cameras, computers and even household pets.

The Conservative Hill Billy:

Ain’t fair! 8:40am and I want this dish right now!:)

Originally posted on Back Road Journal:

My husband grew up in an Italian American home where most Sundays a classic meal was served around 2:00 P.M. in the afternoon. If you visit a home in one of the towns that has a “Little Italy” on a Sunday, you will more than likely smell the wonderful aroma of a long simmered sauce that fills the house.

This special sauce or “gravy” as some people call it is not a typical marinara sauce. It is a sauce prepared with a variety of meats which usually includes meatballs and sausages. It can also have braciole, pork or beef ribs, and other chunks of meat. The meat juices give the sauce a rich taste that is enhanced from hours of low and slow cooking.

A Sunday Feast

My husband’s mother would start preparing this feast in the morning. Getting out her largest pots and pans, a tomato sauce would be started…

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Originally posted on The Education Vigilante:

On my daily stroll through the LRC I found another great article by Fred Reed. Keeping it real is what Fred does best. Enjoy!

A Taste of Realism

Yuck!

May 1, 2012

I wonder what purpose the public schools serve, other than to warehouse children while their parents work or watch television. They certainly don’t teach much, as survey after survey shows. Is there any particular reason for having them? Apart from their baby-sitting function, I mean.

Schooling, sez me, should be adapted to the needs and capacities of those being schooled. For unintelligent children, the study of anything beyond minimal reading is a waste of time, since they will learn little or nothing more. For the intelligent, a public schooling is equivalent to tying an anchor to a student swimmer. The schools are an impediment to learning, a torture of the bright, and a form of negligent homicide…

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