Saturday, March 3, 2012

Amazingly Good Economic News

In Positive Economic Sign, Republicans Starting to Say Obama Wasn't
Born in US AgainS & P Birther Index Posts Big Gains

WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report) – In what some experts are calling a
strong indicator of improvement in the economy, Republicans in recent
weeks have begun renewing their claims that President Barack Obama was
not born in the United States.

While most economists agree that any significant improvement in the US
economy is generally accompanied by an uptick in GOP questions about
Mr. Obama's place of birth, there is now an econometric tool for
measuring the increase in those claims: the so-called S & P Birther
Index.

The Birther Index, established in 2008, measures the occurrences of
such words as "birth certificate," "Kenya," and "wasn't born here" in
Republican statements about the President, and has proven to be a
surprisingly reliable tool for tracking improvements in the economy.

Harland Dorinson, the economist who devised the S & P Birther Index,
said that as the economy recovers the index also shows a strong surge
in statements questioning the President's Christianity.

"As unemployment started going down, we saw an increase in references
to Mr. Obama being a Muslim," he said. "This is generally a very
bullish sign for the economy."

But Mr. Dorinson was quick to add that while the surge in references
to Mr. Obama being "an Islamic socialist born in a mud-hut in Nairobi"
is encouraging, the economy is not out of the woods yet.

"We won't be fully in a recovery until the Republicans start calling
him a Wiccan," he said. "And if they start saying he's a Satanist who
practices human sacrifice and drinks the blood of children, then it'll
be time to pop open the champagne."

More:
BorowitzReport.com

--
Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
Have a great day,
Tommy

--
Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
Have a great day,
Tommy

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

Search for Survivors After Deadly Storms Tear Across States, At Least 31 Dead

Search for Survivors After Storms Tear Across States

Photos here:

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/04/us/deadly-tornadoes-pound-the-south-and-the-midwest.html?_r=1&pagewanted=2&google_editors_picks=true

By MATT FLEGENHEIMER


Residents across the South and Midwest searched for survivors on
Saturday after a string of tornadoes and severe thunderstorms churned
through, leaving at least 31 people dead, hundreds injured and a trail
of damaged buildings in several states.


Workers and reporters rode out wind and rain on Friday in Athens, Ala.
Deadly tornadoes hit the South and Midwest. More Photos »
The storm systems stretched from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes and
were so wide that an estimated 34 million people were at risk from
severe weather, said Mike Hudson of the National Weather Service's
regional office in Kansas City, Mo. The wide path of the storms made
it hard to assess the full extent of the damage. At one point, the
storms were coming so fast that as many as four million people were
within 25 miles of a tornado.

Mr. Hudson said Saturday that the risk of severe weather had shifted
to the east, particularly to areas in southern Georgia, northern
Florida and the Florida Panhandle. A tornado watch was in effect in
Florida on Saturday morning, Mr. Hudson said, but no further severe
weather was expected across the mainland over the next week.

News reports and video on Saturday morning showed rescue workers and
homeowners sifting through the debris, searching for victims while
trying to salvage items from the rubble. In Kentucky, the National
Guard and the State Police searched for an unknown number of missing,
according to The Associated Press, and in Indiana, the authorities
searched county roads connecting rural communities that officials said
"are completely gone."

Indiana officials said Saturday morning that the death toll in the
state had risen to at least 14. Worst hit were the towns of New Pekin,
Marysville and Henryville, where Gov. Mitch Daniels surveyed damage
Saturday morning. "What you find out is we're pretty resilient people
in this state," Mr. Daniels told CNN. He described an encounter with a
family whose pizza business had been destroyed. The owners' first
question to the governor, he said, was where they could donate their
frozen food.

In Henryville, the tornado tore off roofs, flattened homes and
overturned vehicles. An empty school bus was thrown into a building
across the street from a high school.

Rachael Dixon, 17, a junior, was just leaving the school when she
heard the tornado sirens. She drove to her house, picked up her two
dogs and her stepfather, and went to her grandmother's basement.

"We were just waiting and waiting," she said. "We finally heard all
the wind whistle. It sounded like the wind was just destroying
everything behind our house."

Moments later, in an apparent window of calm, Ms. Dixon ventured
upstairs to call her mother, who was at work in a nearby town, when
hail the size of tennis balls started, shattering the windows in the
bedroom and living room as she ran back to the basement. "It was like
one of those horror films," she said.

Down the street from the school, Scott Gullion, 39, sifted through the
rubble of his home. He was inside with his wife and 4-year-old son
when the sirens began, and drove his family to a church down the road
as the tornado swept toward them.

"It was wide," Mr. Gullion said, "and dark."

In Kentucky, at least 17 people had died, according to the state's
Department for Public Health, with at least 200 injuries. Mr. Hudson
said some of the affected areas in Kentucky had never experienced a
tornado before.

Although 17 states were under some kind of weather threat on Friday,
the heart of the first wave of storms zeroed in on southern Indiana,
northern Alabama, and sections of Kentucky and Tennessee. A second
round followed and was expected to hit parts of central Mississippi,
northern Georgia, southern Ohio, Michigan and Illinois, a part of the
country that lost 13 people to tornadoes earlier in the week.

Over all, the National Weather Service issued 255 tornado warnings on
Friday. It received 94 reports of tornadoes, 208 reports of strong
winds and 410 reports of hail. The office in Nashville reported that
hail nearly 3 inches in diameter had broken the windows of a house in
Lebanon, Tenn.

Sgt. Jerry Goodin of the Indiana State Police recalled assisting in
rescue efforts in Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
"Obviously it's not as widespread, but in the areas that are hit, the
devastation is as bad, if not worse than what we had down there," he
said.

Along hundreds of miles of roads in Clark, Scott and Washington
Counties, he said, standing homes were few and far between. "There's
nothing there," he said, "just open spaces."

Mr. Hudson described the storm's cause as a "clash of the air masses"
between the cool systems in Canada and the warm, humid air from the
Gulf of Mexico. "It's that battle zone in between where all the severe
weather developed," he said.

Enlarge This Image

Gary Landers/Cincinnati Enquirer, via Associated Press
Bill Lloyd carries his nine month old baby Mason down U.S. 52 outside
Moscow, Ohio after an apparent tornado moved through the area on
Friday. More Photos »
Multimedia Photographs
Tornadoes Hit South and MidwestVIDEO: Video: Tornado Near Henryville,
Ind.Related
The Lede Blog: Powerful Storms Hit Towns in Indiana (March 2, 2012)
Connect With Us on Twitter
Follow @NYTNational for breaking news and headlines.

Twitter List: Reporters and Editors
Harold Brooks, a research meteorologist at the National Severe Storms
Laboratory in Norman, Okla., part of the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration, predicted that Friday would be perhaps one
of the top five for bad weather this year.

On CNN Friday, Mr. Daniels said rescue workers were desperately
searching through rubble in search of anyone trapped, adding, "our
people are racing the nightfall."

The tiny town of Marysville, Ind., less than an hour's drive north of
Louisville, Ky., was reported to be nearly flattened.

"We've had a few tornadoes come through the area, but this is the
worst one we've seen," said Maj. Chuck Adams of the Clark County
sheriff's office, who has lived in the area for 30 years.

The signs that the storms were serious came early. The first warning
went up around 9:30 a.m. Friday. By about 1:30 p.m., at least 12
tornadoes had touched down in three states. One of them was Alabama,
which lost 272 people in one day last April. Dozens of those deaths
had come in the same rural slice of northern Alabama that was hit hard
on Friday.

Greg Cook and Brenda Collier, who are married, live a couple of miles
from where a deadly tornado ripped through in 2011. This year, it was
their turn. Their house was destroyed. They were not at home at the
time, but their Labrador retriever mix, Coco, was. They found the dog
wet and shivering in a roofless hallway.

"Those storms last year scared the hell out of everybody," Mr. Cook
said. "This year, everybody was ready. They were scared. They were
watching weather on TV, listening to weather on the radio, calling
friends and family and telling them where the tornadoes hit."

Across the Midwest and the South, reports of damage big and small kept
pouring in. The Limestone Correctional Facility in northern Alabama
took a "direct hit," an apparent tornado ripping holes in the roofs of
two dormitories where 500 inmates live and knocking down security
fences, said Brian Corbett, a spokesman for the state Department of
Corrections. The prison lost power and switched to generators. No one
was hurt or escaped, he said.

At Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, operations were
halted for an hour after storm debris littered the runways, a
spokeswoman said. A trampoline was found in a tree in Cleveland, Tenn.

More:
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/04/us/deadly-tornadoes-pound-the-south-and-the-midwest.html?_r=1&pagewanted=2&google_editors_picks=true

--
Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
Have a great day,
Tommy

--
Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
Have a great day,
Tommy

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

Re: Rush "Oxycontin Fatblob" Limbaugh 'Slut' Comments Drive Georgetown To Defend Student Sandra Fluke

Even scarier, do the math: 11.3  million female students in college @ $1,000/female student/year. Did the cbo factor in that number when calculating the cost of Obamacare to the taxpayers?

Connected by DROID on Verizon Wireless


-----Original message-----
From: Travis <baconlard@gmail.com>
To:
politicalforum@googlegroups.com
Sent:
Sat, Mar 3, 2012 18:01:21 GMT+00:00
Subject:
Re: Rush "Oxycontin Fatblob" Limbaugh 'Slut' Comments Drive Georgetown To Defend Student Sandra Fluke

Slut says her BC costa $1000 a year.  Condoms cost about 50 cents each.  That is enough condoms for her to get poked about 5 1/2 times every day.  I wonder if she thinks she should get paid by the inch or the hour?

On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 9:57 AM, Keith In Tampa <keithintampa@gmail.com> wrote:
I'll take it a step further.  The fact that Fluke woud lave the audacity to go before a Congressional committee and ask that her contraceptive usage be paid for by the taxpayers of this Nation,  is quite telling of individuals who are from left of the center of the aisle.  It demonstrates how much of a hold and influence the communists and socialists of the Democratic Party have wielded in the last twenty years.  Fluke no doubt thought her "request/message" was "normal" "ordinary" and "mainstream".
 


 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:55 AM, Keith In Tampa <keithintampa@gmail.com> wrote:
Well said Travis.
 


 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:51 AM, Travis <baconlard@gmail.com> wrote:

I agree with every word Rush said.  If Fluke wants to get paid to go to school by sacking with every guy on campus that's fine.  A better term for her might be 'common street whore'. 

 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 9:28 AM, Keith In Tampa <keithintampa@gmail.com> wrote:
<Grin>!


 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:17 AM, GregfromBoston <greg.vincent@yahoo.com> wrote:
I DO enjoy feigned outrage from the left.

"If there is retributive justice, he'll get AIDS from a transfusion,
or one of his grandchildren will get it."  <chuckles and chortles>

Nina Totenberg, NPR

Nary a blink from the feigned ones.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.


--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

"8" Live Free Streaming of the LA premiere Saturday night

"8" Live Free Streaming of the LA premiere Saturday night


http://www.youtube.com/AmericanEqualRights

Thanks for joining us on Saturday night for the Los Angeles premiere of "8."
With an all-star cast that included Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Martin Sheen,
it will undoubtedly be an unforgettable event.

Help us spread the word about the live stream. Let your friends know
you've signed up and encourage them to enter too!
The pre-show starts at 7:30 p.m. PT on Saturday, March 3 on
YouTube atwww.youtube.com/AmericanEqualRights.


More details are at www.afer.org/live.


--
Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
Have a great day,
Tommy

--
Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
Have a great day,
Tommy

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

Almost half of all Democratic Senators support gay marriage on DNC Democratic Party Platform

Almost half of all Democratic Senators support gay marriage on Dem platform
by OnTopMag.com

Washington, D.C. — Nearly half of all U.S. Democratic senators support
an effort to add marriage equality to the 2012 Democratic Party
Platform, gay weekly The Washington Blade reported.

Last month, Freedom to Marry launched the Democrats: Say I Do
campaign, which calls on the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to
endorse marriage equality in this year's platform. The DNC will ratify
the document during its national convention, which begins September 3
in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The effort has been endorsed by seven Obama for America co-chairs and
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.

Twenty-two senators expressed support, including Michael Bennet of
Colorado, Chris Coons of Delaware, Dianne Feinstein of California,
Barbara Mikulski of Maryland, Ron Wyden of Oregon, Ben Cardin of
Maryland, John Kerry of Massachusetts, Carl Levin of Michigan, Jeff
Merkley of Oregon, Patty Murray of Washington, Mark Udall of Colorado,
Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire, Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey, Chuck
Schumer of New York, Tom Harkin of Iowa, Barbara Boxer of California,
Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, Sherrod Brown of Ohio, Sheldon
Whitehouse of Rhode Island, Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, Bob
Menendez of New Jersey and Al Franken of Minnesota.

Five senators, Murray, Levin, Mikulski, Lautenberg and Harkin,
originally voted for the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which bars
federal agencies from recognizing the legal marriages of gay couples.
Article provided in partnership with On Top Magazine


More:
http://chicago.gopride.com/news/article.cfm/articleid/26984596/almost-half-of-all-democratic-senators-support-gay-marriage-on-dem-platform
--
Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
Have a great day,
Tommy

--
Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
Have a great day,
Tommy

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

Re: Rush "Oxycontin Fatblob" Limbaugh 'Slut' Comments Drive Georgetown To Defend Student Sandra Fluke

Slut says her BC costa $1000 a year.  Condoms cost about 50 cents each.  That is enough condoms for her to get poked about 5 1/2 times every day.  I wonder if she thinks she should get paid by the inch or the hour?

On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 9:57 AM, Keith In Tampa <keithintampa@gmail.com> wrote:
I'll take it a step further.  The fact that Fluke woud lave the audacity to go before a Congressional committee and ask that her contraceptive usage be paid for by the taxpayers of this Nation,  is quite telling of individuals who are from left of the center of the aisle.  It demonstrates how much of a hold and influence the communists and socialists of the Democratic Party have wielded in the last twenty years.  Fluke no doubt thought her "request/message" was "normal" "ordinary" and "mainstream".
 


 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:55 AM, Keith In Tampa <keithintampa@gmail.com> wrote:
Well said Travis.
 


 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:51 AM, Travis <baconlard@gmail.com> wrote:

I agree with every word Rush said.  If Fluke wants to get paid to go to school by sacking with every guy on campus that's fine.  A better term for her might be 'common street whore'. 

 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 9:28 AM, Keith In Tampa <keithintampa@gmail.com> wrote:
<Grin>!


 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:17 AM, GregfromBoston <greg.vincent@yahoo.com> wrote:
I DO enjoy feigned outrage from the left.

"If there is retributive justice, he'll get AIDS from a transfusion,
or one of his grandchildren will get it."  <chuckles and chortles>

Nina Totenberg, NPR

Nary a blink from the feigned ones.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.


--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

The Piglet


--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

**JP** Fw: Engineering Jobs for Saudi Arabia (Walk in Interviews in Karachi on 3rd Mar, 2012)

 
----- Original Message -----

 
Dear Engineers,

We are having interviews in KARACHI for following Jobs on 3rd March, 2012 from 10 AM till 1 PM.

1) Civil Engineers / Civil Supervisors (DAE & B-Tech) with at least 6 years experience in Construction Company.

2) Mechanical Engineers with BMS (Bachelors Degree in Mechanical) with at least 6 years experience in Construction Company.

3) Electrical Engineers with BMS (Bachelors Degree in Electrical) with at least 6 years experience in Construction Company.

4) Electrical Power Engineers (Bachelors Degree in Electrical Power Engineering) with at least 6 years experience in Construction Company.

5) Architect Engineers (Bachelors Degree in Architecture Engineering) with at least 6 years experience in Construction Company.

6) Surveyor (Total Station).

7) Civil Engineers (Bachelors Degree in Civil) with at least 10 years experience in Construction Company.

If Interested, Please call immediately @ 0300-8228363 and register yourself for tomorrow's interview. Please bring updated CV, passport size photograph, Educational Docs copes & Experience docs copies along with you.

You can also bring your friends and colleges for interviews if they match any of above job criteria.

Thanks / B. Regards
--
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Farrukh A. Shaikh | Director (Overseas Recruitment)
+92300-8228363
+96653-5705632
farrukh@sazunilinks.com
Skype: "farrukh.a.shaikh"
http://www.linkedin.com/in/farrukhshaikh


S.A.Z Universal Links
Overseas Employment Promoters
(License # 2710/KHI)
3rd Floor, 11-E, 7th Commercial Lane,
Zamzama Boulevard, DHA-V,
Karachi-75500, Pakistan.
P: +9221-3-5375035-7 / 3-5375774-5 / 3-5875188
F: +9221-3-5838884
M: +92300-8231431 / 8228363
E: info@sazunilinks.com
W: www.sazunilinks.com
FB: www.facebook.com/sazunilinks
LI: www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=3121564

**JP** Job Opportunity

 
----- Original Message -----

 

Dear Colleagues  

 

Hopefully this mail fill find you enjoying good health and busy in your routine work.

Muslim Aid an international relief and development agency working to alleviate the suffering among the world's poorest and most needy communities regardless of race, creed or nationality looking for a highly motivated and skilled development professional to fill in the following Punjab and Sindh based positions.

Monitoring Evaluation and Reporting Officer (Punjab-01 & Sindh-01)

Location: Lahore & Karachi

Contract: Duration: 1x year extendable

Salary:  Rs.50k per month depending upon experience and skills

Requirements:  Masters in Development Studies/Social Sciences

Experience: At least 2x year of experience in relevant field preferably with INGOs

 

Candidates with relevant experience may send heir detailed CVs clearly mentioning the Name of Position with area/location to HR Department at House # 228, Street # 23, F-11/2 Islamabad latest by March 7, 2012. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview.  For detailed TORs, please log on to www.muslimaid.org.pk or http://www.muslimaid.org.pk/careers.html

 

We will be grateful to you if you could circulate said job information in your email groups/contacts so that we may have CVs of potential candidates against each post. Details TORs of the position are mentioned at our website.  

 

Imran Abbasi

HR Department
Muslim Aid Pakistan Field Office

 

House # 228, Street # 23, F-11/2 Islamabad
Phone: 00 92 51 210 2249, 210 2252
Fax: 00 92 51 221 3542
Cell: 00 92 334 514 990
5,
URL: www.muslimaid.org.pk 
 

About Muslim Aid

Muslim Aid is a UK based relief and development agency established in 1985 and working in over 70 countries with field offices in Bangladesh, Bosnia, Cambodia, Gambia, Indonesia, India, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Pakistan, Somalia, Sri Lanka and Sudan. We work with all in need, regardless of their race, religion, gender, nationality or political opinion and specialize in providing: emergency relief including food, shelter and medical support; capacity building through water, sanitation and health programmes; education and skills training; micro-financing and income generation in addition to providing specialist programmes such as orphan care. As well as supplying practical help, Muslim Aid assists communities in examining the causes of poverty and underdevelopment, and in advocating for a more just society and a sustainable future.

Registered Charity No. 295224    

Please consider your environmental responsibility before printing this e-mail 

DISCLAIMER: This e-mail message is intended solely for the person to whom it is addressed and may contain confidential or privileged information. If you have received it in error, please notify us immediately and destroy this e-mail and any attachments. In addition, you must not disclose, copy, distribute or take any action in reliance on this e-mail or any attachments.

Any views or opinions presented in this e-mail are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of the charity. E-mail may be susceptible to data corruption, interception, unauthorised amendment, viruses and unforeseen delays, and we do not accept liability for any such data corruption, interception, unauthorised amendment, viruses and delays or the consequences thereof. Accordingly, this e-mail and any attachments are opened at your own risk.

 

Re: Rush "Oxycontin Fatblob" Limbaugh 'Slut' Comments Drive Georgetown To Defend Student Sandra Fluke

And Ted Willians last hit was a homerun!

Rock and roll, Keith - Over the Monster! (ah, thats the left field
wall at Fenway, granted, most of Ted's, went right (a lefty, ya
know :-)

On Mar 3, 10:57 am, Keith In Tampa <keithinta...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'll take it a step further.  The fact that Fluke woud lave the audacity to
> go before a Congressional committee and ask that her contraceptive usage be
> paid for by the taxpayers of this Nation,  is quite telling of individuals
> who are from left of the center of the aisle.  It demonstrates how much of
> a hold and influence the communists and socialists of the Democratic Party
> have wielded in the last twenty years.  Fluke no doubt thought her
> "request/message" was "normal" "ordinary" and "mainstream".
>
> On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:55 AM, Keith In Tampa <keithinta...@gmail.com>wrote:
>
>
>
> > Well said Travis.
>
> > On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:51 AM, Travis <baconl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >> I agree with every word Rush said.  If Fluke wants to get paid to go to
> >> school by sacking with every guy on campus that's fine.  A better term for
> >> her might be 'common street whore'.
>
> >> On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 9:28 AM, Keith In Tampa <keithinta...@gmail.com>wrote:
>
> >>> <Grin>!
>
> >>> On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:17 AM, GregfromBoston <greg.vinc...@yahoo.com>wrote:
>
> >>>> I DO enjoy feigned outrage from the left.
>
> >>>> "If there is retributive justice, he'll get AIDS from a transfusion,
> >>>> or one of his grandchildren will get it."  <chuckles and chortles>
>
> >>>> Nina Totenberg, NPR
>
> >>>> Nary a blink from the feigned ones.
>
> >>>> --
> >>>> Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
> >>>> For options & help seehttp://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
>
> >>>> * Visit our other community athttp://www.PoliticalForum.com/<http://www.politicalforum.com/>
> >>>> * It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
> >>>> * Read the latest breaking news, and more.
>
> >>> --
> >>> Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
> >>> For options & help seehttp://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
>
> >>> * Visit our other community athttp://www.PoliticalForum.com/<http://www.politicalforum.com/>
> >>> * It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
> >>> * Read the latest breaking news, and more.
>
> >>  --
> >> Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
> >> For options & help seehttp://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
>
> >> * Visit our other community athttp://www.PoliticalForum.com/
> >> * It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
> >> * Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

Wyoming Republican Senator Simpson Calls Rick Santorum a Disgusting Homophobe

Wyoming Republican Senator Calls Santorum Homophobic
By Diane Anderson-Minshall

Former longtime Republican senator Alan Simpson of Wyoming says
presidential hopeful Rick Santorum is a bad choice for America, in
part because he's rigid and "homophobic." Simpson was on Face to Face,
a weekly Web special on CBSNews.com produced by the Face the Nation
team of TV fame.

Simpson, who has derided GOP homophobes previously, told host Bob
Schieffer that Santorum's equating homosexuality with bestiality was
"disgusting." Simpson recalled a Santorum interview that he felt was
most disappointing: "[Santorum] said, 'I want a constitutional
amendment to ban gay marriage,' and they said, 'Well, what about the
people who are already married?' And he said, 'Well, they would be
nullified.' What's kind about that? We're all human beings, we all
know or love somebody who's gay or lesbian, so what the hell is that
about? To me it's startling and borders on disgust."

Video and more here:

http://www.advocate.com/News/Daily_News/2012/02/23/Wyoming_Republican_Senator_Calls_Santorum_Homophobic/

--
Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
Have a great day,
Tommy

--
Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
Have a great day,
Tommy

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

Re: Tenn. Principal Dorothy Bond Quits After Telling Gay Students They're Hell-Bound

<<<<<"The Haywood County
Board of Education acknowledges its student body's right to free
speech. ....">>>>>

Obviously they do not feel the Principal has that same right.

<<<<<"Further, the Haywood County Board of Education strives to
provide an atmosphere of tolerance and diversity while maintaining
high academic standards.">>>>>


Obviously they do not extend "tolerance and diversity" to someone
holding the Principals position.

Just another group of hypocrites afraid to stand up for the rights of
ALL.


On Mar 3, 10:14 am, Tommy News <tommysn...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Tenn. Principal Quits After Telling Gay Students They're Hell-Bound
>
> By Neal Broverman
>
> Tennessee high school principal Dorothy Bond has resigned under
> pressure following an incident in which she told gay students they
> were going to hell and a pregnant student that "her life was over."
>
> Bond was the principal of Brownsville's Haywood County High School
> until Thursday, just days after her remarks were discovered by the
> press.
>
> During the contentious conversation, Bond was discussing which public
> displays of affection were appropriate at her school. She then turned
> to gay students and said, "If you're gay, you're going to hell, and if
> you're pregnant, your life is over," according to some students. Local
> reports indicate Bond later confirmed to her superintendent that she
> indeed uttered the remarks.
>
> Groups including the Human Rights Campaign called on Bond to resign —
> the HRC circulated a petition that received 5,000 signatures in four
> hours. After the announcement of Bond's resignation, the Haywood
> school system released the following statement: "The Haywood County
> Board of Education acknowledges its student body's right to free
> speech. Further, the Haywood County Board of Education strives to
> provide an atmosphere of tolerance and diversity while maintaining
> high academic standards."
>
> More:http://www.advocate.com/News/Daily_News/2012/03/01/Tenn__Principal_Qu...
>
> --
> Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
> Have a great day,
> Tommy
>
> --
> Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
> Have a great day,
> Tommy

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

Tenn. Principal Dorothy Bond Quits After Telling Gay Students They're Hell-Bound

Tenn. Principal Quits After Telling Gay Students They're Hell-Bound

By Neal Broverman

Tennessee high school principal Dorothy Bond has resigned under
pressure following an incident in which she told gay students they
were going to hell and a pregnant student that "her life was over."

Bond was the principal of Brownsville's Haywood County High School
until Thursday, just days after her remarks were discovered by the
press.

During the contentious conversation, Bond was discussing which public
displays of affection were appropriate at her school. She then turned
to gay students and said, "If you're gay, you're going to hell, and if
you're pregnant, your life is over," according to some students. Local
reports indicate Bond later confirmed to her superintendent that she
indeed uttered the remarks.

Groups including the Human Rights Campaign called on Bond to resign —
the HRC circulated a petition that received 5,000 signatures in four
hours. After the announcement of Bond's resignation, the Haywood
school system released the following statement: "The Haywood County
Board of Education acknowledges its student body's right to free
speech. Further, the Haywood County Board of Education strives to
provide an atmosphere of tolerance and diversity while maintaining
high academic standards."

More:
http://www.advocate.com/News/Daily_News/2012/03/01/Tenn__Principal_Quits_After_Telling_Gay_Students_Theyre_Hell_Bound/

--
Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
Have a great day,
Tommy

--
Together, we can change the world, one mind at a time.
Have a great day,
Tommy

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

Re: Rush "Oxycontin Fatblob" Limbaugh 'Slut' Comments Drive Georgetown To Defend Student Sandra Fluke

I'll take it a step further.  The fact that Fluke woud lave the audacity to go before a Congressional committee and ask that her contraceptive usage be paid for by the taxpayers of this Nation,  is quite telling of individuals who are from left of the center of the aisle.  It demonstrates how much of a hold and influence the communists and socialists of the Democratic Party have wielded in the last twenty years.  Fluke no doubt thought her "request/message" was "normal" "ordinary" and "mainstream".
 


 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:55 AM, Keith In Tampa <keithintampa@gmail.com> wrote:
Well said Travis.
 


 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:51 AM, Travis <baconlard@gmail.com> wrote:

I agree with every word Rush said.  If Fluke wants to get paid to go to school by sacking with every guy on campus that's fine.  A better term for her might be 'common street whore'. 

 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 9:28 AM, Keith In Tampa <keithintampa@gmail.com> wrote:
<Grin>!


 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:17 AM, GregfromBoston <greg.vincent@yahoo.com> wrote:
I DO enjoy feigned outrage from the left.

"If there is retributive justice, he'll get AIDS from a transfusion,
or one of his grandchildren will get it."  <chuckles and chortles>

Nina Totenberg, NPR

Nary a blink from the feigned ones.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.


--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

Re: Rush "Oxycontin Fatblob" Limbaugh 'Slut' Comments Drive Georgetown To Defend Student Sandra Fluke

Well said Travis.
 


 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:51 AM, Travis <baconlard@gmail.com> wrote:

I agree with every word Rush said.  If Fluke wants to get paid to go to school by sacking with every guy on campus that's fine.  A better term for her might be 'common street whore'. 

 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 9:28 AM, Keith In Tampa <keithintampa@gmail.com> wrote:
<Grin>!


 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:17 AM, GregfromBoston <greg.vincent@yahoo.com> wrote:
I DO enjoy feigned outrage from the left.

"If there is retributive justice, he'll get AIDS from a transfusion,
or one of his grandchildren will get it."  <chuckles and chortles>

Nina Totenberg, NPR

Nary a blink from the feigned ones.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

Re: Rush "Oxycontin Fatblob" Limbaugh 'Slut' Comments Drive Georgetown To Defend Student Sandra Fluke


I agree with every word Rush said.  If Fluke wants to get paid to go to school by sacking with every guy on campus that's fine.  A better term for her might be 'common street whore'. 

 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 9:28 AM, Keith In Tampa <keithintampa@gmail.com> wrote:
<Grin>!


 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:17 AM, GregfromBoston <greg.vincent@yahoo.com> wrote:
I DO enjoy feigned outrage from the left.

"If there is retributive justice, he'll get AIDS from a transfusion,
or one of his grandchildren will get it."  <chuckles and chortles>

Nina Totenberg, NPR

Nary a blink from the feigned ones.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

Re: I gotta have one of these

This is me, on that pitiful day!
 
(I'm not much to look at these days either!)
 
It sucks to get old......
 


 
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:46 AM, Keith In Tampa <keithintampa@gmail.com> wrote:
Yep!  I wouldn't mind having one of these either....It reminds me of this past November when I got back from The Fatherland.  We went out to my Uncle's home who live on Sunshine Lake here just outside of Tampa.  This is the lake that I learned to ski on, back when I was probably 11 or 12 years old.   For the first time in at least twenty years, (more like twenty-five or closer to thirty years!)  I went out to ski.  I learned that the boats these days are not nearly as powerful as they used to be back in the day.....(And or my ass is a lot fatter than it was twentyfive years ago!)  It takes a bigger motor to get my ass up and out of the water, and that's with two skis these days,  not just one like I used to do!
 
Thanks for sharing PlainOl!
 
 


 
On Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 10:48 AM, plainolamerican <plainolamerican@gmail.com> wrote:
http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/article/DPS-adds-boat-to-border-arsenal-3375660.php

the next I'm fishing in an urban area I'll be able to clear the
parking lot of thugs

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.


--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

Re: I gotta have one of these

Yep!  I wouldn't mind having one of these either....It reminds me of this past November when I got back from The Fatherland.  We went out to my Uncle's home who live on Sunshine Lake here just outside of Tampa.  This is the lake that I learned to ski on, back when I was probably 11 or 12 years old.   For the first time in at least twenty years, (more like twenty-five or closer to thirty years!)  I went out to ski.  I learned that the boats these days are not nearly as powerful as they used to be back in the day.....(And or my ass is a lot fatter than it was twentyfive years ago!)  It takes a bigger motor to get my ass up and out of the water, and that's with two skis these days,  not just one like I used to do!
 
Thanks for sharing PlainOl!
 
 


 
On Fri, Mar 2, 2012 at 10:48 AM, plainolamerican <plainolamerican@gmail.com> wrote:
http://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/article/DPS-adds-boat-to-border-arsenal-3375660.php

the next I'm fishing in an urban area I'll be able to clear the
parking lot of thugs

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum

* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

America in the year 2017



---------- Forwarded message ----------

New post on Fellowship of the Minds

America in the year 2017

by Dr. Eowyn



How did it happen?

Well, like a fish, the rot started at the head...

That's what America became after Barry Soetoro was reelected for another four years to complete the destruction.

H/t beloved GrouchyFogie

~Eowyn

Comment    See all comments

Unsubscribe or change your email settings at Manage Subscriptions.

Trouble clicking? Copy and paste this URL into your browser:
http://fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com/2012/03/03/america-in-the-year-2017/

Thanks for flying with WordPress.com



--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

Why we don’t have a Keystone Pipeline




New post on Fellowship of the Minds

Why we don't have a Keystone Pipeline

by Dr. Eowyn

Keystone Pipeline Clogged by Massive Turd!

H/t beloved Joan

~Eowyn

Dr. Eowyn | March 3, 2012 at 3:00 am | Categories: Humor, United States, US Presidents | URL: http://wp.me/pKuKY-cQQ

Comment    See all comments

Unsubscribe or change your email settings at Manage Subscriptions.

Trouble clicking? Copy and paste this URL into your browser:
http://fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com/2012/03/03/why-the-keystone-pipeline-project-got-blocked/

Thanks for flying with WordPress.com



--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

Pics and toons 3/3/12 (5)




 

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.

pics and toons 3/3/12 (4)




 

--
Thanks for being part of "PoliticalForum" at Google Groups.
For options & help see http://groups.google.com/group/PoliticalForum
 
* Visit our other community at http://www.PoliticalForum.com/
* It's active and moderated. Register and vote in our polls.
* Read the latest breaking news, and more.