Archive for 27, January 2009

Chew on this: Che, a $50 French Jet and Sarah Palin’s new book UPDATED

Posted in politcs, rankers, War On Terror with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 27, January 2009 by chockblock

Tasty links, a movie celebrating a murderer and a French Jet for your banker (but not for you):

  1. Gov’t bailout poster child Citibank buys $50 Million French Jet With Taxpayer Money and all I got was this lousy tax bill
  2. Bill Kristol vs. Matt Damon, FIGHT!
  3. Girls basketball coach fired after his team wins a game 100-0. only in America.
  4. “He was a man full of hatred,” said Armando Valladares, the Cuban dissident imprisoned by the revolutionary regime in 1960. Named a prisoner of conscience by Amnesty International, Mr. Valladares is the author of “Against All Hope: A Memoir of Life in Castro’s Gulag” and a board member of the Human Rights Foundation. Speaking through Glenda Aldana, a translator who works for the foundation, Mr. Valladares points to Guevara’s writings as proof.”
  5. 10 Movie Clichés That Must die, now.
  6. The Saudis re-arrest former Gitmo terrorists, I mean prisoners of the Bush regime.
  7. Tax cheat becomes Treasury Secretary, only in America.
  8. “This is the network that has opened its heart to change — to change and its possibilities. Let’s be honest about it. These — these people watch this network out here,” — MSNBC’s Chris Matthews.
  9. It’s Sarah Palin, GET HER! (part XIII, the media strikes again).
  10. Can you afford Congress’s economic stimulus plan/finical coke binge?
  11. Hollywood’s sexyist couple: Evan Rachel Wood & Mickey Rourke (if you stretch the definition of sexy)
  12. The very lovely Zooey Deschanel
  13. Republican object to Democrats plan to spend stimulus money to help a radical activists group accused of widespread voter fraud.
  14. “culture of corruption”: yet another mayor busted for bribery, guess which party?
  15. 9/11 Family member angry at the closing of Gitmo

and now, something that has to bee seen to be believed: