Welllllllll the New Year is off to a great start, and Ty O’Really and I are here to bring you the best of the News of 2016!
Dems do it right: Democrat Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and Police Chief Cathy Lanier held a joint press conference Wednesday to tout a task force they’re creating to combat robberies when an NBC News crew’s car was broken into and had equipment stolen, ABC 7 reported
Ty, ever alert with nose to the wind: Feces-slinging suspect threatens to kill judge at arraignment
and, not to be out-done, I read about a guy in Oklahoma getting arrested for having sex with a goat. It appears he is a “serial goat
Welcome to an Election Year, a year in which almost everyone, breathing or not, will be encouraged to get out and vote. Really gives me confidence that the best candidate will get elected. I know that you, dear reader, after reading the above headlines, feel the same.
In more serious news, Leader Lapdog Ryan sent a bill for Obama to veto. He was quoted as saying, “No, we can’t override the Veto, but we are forcing POTUS to make a hard choice.” Yeah, right, Just like I will have a “hard choice” encouraging your voters to send you back to the barn, Mr. Speaker! All this is just Bark and Bluster to look like we are doing something in an election year. Leave the [stupid] voters with a warm feeling, and they will reelect the same do-nothings we have now.
I hope I am not the only person who has just had enough of the same old same-old. It really is time to turn out the career politicians in favor of some people with common sense, people who realize that the Government is here to serve the public, not the other way around.
Just in, HOT!
Alligator eats burglary suspect hiding in pond. BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. (WPEC) – Authorities say a burglary suspect was killed by an 11-foot alligator while hiding from authorities in a Florida pond.
Hillary Rotten Clinton Daily Update: (Thanks, Dick Morris, you may not be totally irrelevant after all)
In a Feb. 1, 2013, email — the last days of Clinton’s tenure at State — close friend and special adviser to the secretary Elizabeth Bagley gushed to Cheryl Mills, “I am committed to having her return to the State Department next year for the dedication of the glass pavilion, which will bear her name!” Apparently unaware of the perils of building a glass house while throwing stones, Bagley successfully solicited funds from at least 14 corporations, almost all of which had lobbied the State Department on issues near to their hearts. Four oppressive Middle East governments — the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait and Brunei — all with close ties to the Clinton Foundation and important issues before State, also contributed. For the balance of the funds, Bagley relied on the usual coterie of corporations that regularly support Clinton’s favored causes. The largest gifts of $2.5 million or more came from four companies: FedEx, Boeing, PepsiCo and Intel. All four also contributed to the Clinton Foundation. Recently released schedules indicated that Clinton personally met with the CEOs of FedEx, Pepsi and Boeing.
All this shit in one day, and you want a serious, sober blog from me? Okay, here ya go…