Thursday, June 3, 2010

Hey Funk Vigilante you dudes feel like assholes now don’t you!




Hey I did like the music… what can I say... LOL!

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Debt under Obama increases $5 billion per day -- 3 times the Bush rate...

GALLUP: Obama Weekly Approval Average Dips to New Low of 46%...

Obama heckled on shuttle bus...

Blagojevich trial may entangle Obama...

MasterDirector Cameron says BP turned down offer to help...

'Those morons don't know what they're doing'...

Oil could reach East Coast within weeks...

NBC anchor: Cameras are the only reason you’re responding, champ - Hot Air

Williams: …The night the rig exploded I went on the air, it was our lead story. I asked the question, ‘is this going to lead to one of the most catastrophic events of all time where the environment is concerned?’ I got a kick out of President Obama saying that even when the cameras go away we’ll still be there for you. That ain’t the way this is going to play out. If anything, the cameras being here have compelled outside interests – government, BP – to kick this into another gear. With all due respect, the President might have had his scenario off by 180 degrees. So we’ll keep coming back here, we won’t take our eyes off this region, we haven’t since we knew we had a Category 5 storm off the coastline five years ago.

Obamacare's "three bad outcomes" - Pundit & Pundette

CBO Director Dr. Douglas Elmendorf has posted the slides he used in a presentation Wednesday to the Institute of Medicine, titled “Health Costs and the Federal Budget.” The presentation obliterates the claims of the President and his allies about the effects of the new laws on federal health spending and the budget.

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Congressional Black Caucus Members Try To Quash Ethics Office - Confederate Yankee

It seems as if the corrupt don't want to be found out:

Stung by a series of inquiries, nearly half the members of the Congressional Black Caucus want to scale back the aggressive ethics procedures that Democrats trumpeted after gaining control of Congress.
Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, and 19 fellow black lawmakers in the all-Democratic caucus quietly introduced a resolution last week that would restrict the powers of the new independent Office of Congressional Ethics. The office, formed by Congress in 2008, is run by a panel of private citizens.

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