Friday, June 06, 2008

Katrina Aid

It's been how long since the Katrina catastrophe and we still have people who haven't been assimilated into society?

Just what responsibility does someone have to get their personal life situation resolved?

Not much apparently, read this and let your head spin.
What are people who receive FEMA assistance doing to help themselves? That's the question NBC 15's Andrea Ramey asked those who have been staying for free in hotel rooms after they moved out of FEMA supplied travel trailers. What she found out is there are some who are doing very little.

The scorching heat puts many at the Quality Inn poolside, but for Gwenester Malone, she chooses to beat the heat by setting her thermostat to sixty degrees. Malone's room for the past three months, along with three meals daily, have all been paid for by taxpayers.

"Do you work?" asked NBC 15's Andrea Ramey.

"No. I'm not working right now," said Malone.

Malone says she can't drive and it's too hot outside to find work within walking distance. "Since the storm, I haven't had any energy or pep to go get a job, but when push comes to shove, I will," said Malone.

Just a few blocks away, Kelley Christian also stays at a hotel for free. She says she's not taking advantage of her situation, but admits it's easy to do. "It's too easy. You know, once you're there, you don't have to pay rent," said Christian. "I kept putting it off and putting it off and now, I'm tired of putting it off."

But I guess she's not too tired to put off "getting a damn job"!

Who will he vote for #16

Meet Juan Possontay. Why is Mr. Possontay in the news?
A 21-year-old man was charged Thursday with punching a pregnant woman in the stomach.

Juan Possontay is held this morning at the Hamilton County jail without bond on an assault charge, court records show. He is scheduled to appear before a judge later today.

He punched the woman in the stomach a few times and kicked her in the lower back during an argument at an apartment in the 6200 block of Cheviot Road, she wrote in court records.

A friend who also was there tried unsuccessfully to stop him, she wrote. But Possontay pushed her down, punched her in the stomach again, stepped on her toe with his shoe and pushed and held her down, records state.

Now the question. Who will Juan vote for come November?

The candidate who believes both parties are owned by corporations, Ralph Nader.

The candidate who wants to eliminate the IRS, Bob Barr.

The "Yes we can" candidate of Obamania

The tired old GOP standard bearer, John McCain.

Spinal Tap - Stonehenge

Another great Spinal Tap clip

Friday Funny - Spinal Tap

In honor of Nigel's Nat Geo special on Stonehenge

Progressive Projection

An interesting piece by Kurt Anderson on how liberals should not be running any victory laps for Obamania just yet.
The problem for Obama is that three of the biggest northern states—Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan—sometimes swing southern these days. It’s practically impossible to see how he becomes president without winning two of them. All three, not to put too fine a point on it, contain blocs that bear a certain psychographic kinship with Civil War Southerners—that is, insular white traditionalists who are suspicious of the African-Americans in their midst and resent the ascendant economic and cultural power of self-righteous urban elites (my emphasis). Thus the Clintons’ argument that an Obama candidacy could founder in these key states happens, alas, to be true.

Let's take Mr. Progressive to task.

If you are a white Ohioan living near blacks you have a kinship with the KKK? Maybe, the reason exurban whites are suspicious of the power of self-righteous urban elites is that they can't see, first hand, the final results of what "progressive" leadership does to a community.

Just look below to watch the video of a "progressive" below, who thinks calling the president of the council "Shrek" is more important than actually solving Detroit's multitude of problems.

Maybe they can see cities where the culture of gunning down a defenseless shop owner is precisely the end result of "progressive" policies.

Maybe they can see, up close and personal, the decaying rot & garbage that lines inner city streets. Again, the end result of "progressive" policies.

But instead Mr. "Progressive" just want to write off this voting block as a bunch of closet racists.

Hey Mr. "Progressive", maybe this voting bloc actually has to live with the shit created by a bunch of egg heads like yourself while you go off to your pinot noir sipping parties making fun of those red necks.

Once again, it appears that yet another media types has no problems taking a group of people and generalizing their behaviors and attitudes. But for the people who can actually base their attitudes on facts, is racist.

Why Obamania won't go to Iraq

In yesterday's WSJ, the paper makes the point that Obamania needs to go to Iraq.

Seems like a no brainer to me. But then again, I'm not a liberal, so I need to exclude common sense from this equation.

So the question in my mind is not when he'll go but why he won't?

First, the main reason Obamania won't go to Iraq and meet Petreaus is that it legitimizes the war effort; and liberal cannot tolerate that. Doesn't that sound familiar? Consider that conservatives have been bitching up a storm that Obamania has no problems meeting with the world's despots (Ahmdinedog, Castro, Chavez et al.) because it, in fact, legitimizes these idiots.

So Mr. Change can meet with despots but heaven forbid that he legitimizes our own armed forces?

Second, to actually go to Iraq may mean that Obamania needs to shift his paradigm as to the war effort. Heaven forbid that an arugula eating liberal actually keeps their mid open long enough to get some new information.

The fact is McCain set him up on this one. It was an easy target. Wait until he sets him up on capital gains taxes.

A tragic waste

Last night, an African immigrant was shot in cold blood in My Healthy.

From the Enquirer
A Mount Healthy clothing store owner was shot and killed Thursday during an apparent robbery.

Friends and relatives at the scene said the dead man was Abdarahmani Diallo, originally of the African country of Mauritania. Police said he was 35.

Ace Dijane, who said he was a relative of the dead man, said that inside the store he saw a young black man who pointed a large black gun at him and then fled, running west on McMakin Street.

I think what makes this so tragic is is that an immigrant comes to this country, The Land of Opportunity, opens a business and is gunned down by some derelict who had more advantages than this store owner.

God bless Mr. Diallo

Thursday, June 05, 2008

Global Warming Challenge Update

The latest in globalloney

Confirming what many of us have already noted from the anecdotal evidence coming in of a much cooler than normal May, such as late spring snows as far south as Arizona, extended skiing in Colorado, and delays in snow cover melting, (here and here), the University of Alabama, Huntsville (UAH) published their satellite derived Advanced Microwave Sounder Unit data set of the Lower Troposphere for May 2008.

It is significantly colder globally, colder even than the significant drop to -0.046°C seen in January 2008.

The global ∆T from April to May 2008 was -.195°C

2008 1 -0.046
2008 2 0.020
2008 3 0.094
2008 4 0.015
2008 5 -0.180

Compared to the May 2007 value of 0.199°C we find a 12 month ∆T is -.379°C.

But even more impressive is the change since the last big peak in global temperature in January 2007 at 0.594°C, giving a 16 month ∆T of -0.774°C which is equal in magnitude to the generally agreed upon “global warming signal” of the last 100 years.

For the record, here in the 'nati the global warming challenge score through 6/4/08.

Warm - 153

Cool - 175

When your rep doesn't rep you

Yesterday, I was casually reading the op-ed section of my WSJ and I ran across the letter to the editor from the head of the United Steelworkers.

Here's an excerpt
I am writing on behalf of the United Steelworkers, the largest industrial union in the US. We represent blue collar workers at ExxonMobil and we support separating the chair and CEO as a general matter at public companies, and at ExxonMobil in particular.

We do so because it increases accountability to the board. In particular, we agree with the Rockefeller family and the Connecticut State Treasurer that ExxonMobil needs to be more of a leader in addressing climate change. ExxonMobil's falling behind the curve on this critical issue is not good enough for anyone with an interest in the future of that company.

Leo Gerard
International President
United Steelworkers

Huh? Let me clue Mr. Union Boss in on something. Your workers get paid for the production and sale of petroleum products. Maybe you need to worry about the sale of those products as it pertains to your workers instead of worrying about some polar bear in the arctic.

Let's invade Burma?

From The New Republic, aka the liberal manifesto.
This is, put simply, an unacceptable abdication of our moral responsibilities. Even though our standing in the world has been severely diminished by Iraq, we should at least be debating intervention in Burma. There are, no doubt, many logistical complications and unintended consequences that would follow from such a policy. But there are also reasons why it should be a live option. The goal of such an intervention need not be regime change; it should simply be to make sure that a vulnerable population receives the supplies it desperately needs. Of course, if violating the sovereignty of a murderous regime happens to undermine that regime's legitimacy, then that would not be such a terrible result. But this does not necessarily have to be our goal.

Are you kidding me?

As a result of these same a-holes protests regarding our intervention into Iraq, they effectively nullified our ability to "intervene" anywhere in the world. After all, how do we justify losing the life of one American soldier for anything anymore?

Well Gordon, this would be a humanitarian intervention.

At least in Iraq, we had a national interest, oil, but there was also a humanitarian component of our invasion into the country. Have you ever read the reports of the Hussein boys and how they got to break in a bride before she married? What about their Olympic athletes and their run through the hot tar after defeat, ultimately boiling to death.

I guess that humanitarian effort doesn't count because...... why?

Once again, "progressives" show that they have no conscience for the long term consequence of their beliefs. Ween us off of oil through ethanol production; wow, people are now starving. Protest a war; wow, now we've neutered any future military intervention. Give people welfare; wow, now they don't want to work.

Once again, someone please tell me what's so "progressive" about "progressives".

Pickens on oil

A great interview with T. Boone Pickens. In five minutes he can explain the oil issue(s) we have in this country. He can explain the issues in a way that even a corrupt moron (aka US senator) can understand.

The part that's most powerful? The US is sending $700 billion to foreign regimes (which weakens the dollar) that may or may not be friendly to the US. Those dollars could be in the US treasury off of oil reserve royalties.

Let's solve world hunger

Hat tip to reader Mark

African countries and anti-poverty campaigners looked to the outcome of a food crisis summit on Thursday for a signal the world will start to produce solutions to stop millions more people falling into hunger.

"The world is facing an unprecedented world food crisis and nowhere is this crisis more serious and acute than in Africa," said Kofi Annan, the former U.N. chief who now heads a body aimed at creating a "green revolution" in farming in Africa.

After three days of talks between representatives of 151 countries, the summit was due to issue a declaration committing to "eliminating hunger and to securing food for all, today and tomorrow."

Have you ever noticed that none of these "summits" actually occur in the place where the problem arises.

Instead of Rome, why aren't these bozos in Bangladesh, Darfur, Phnom Pehn, etc.

I originally saw a similar article where the writer applauded these a-holes because at this year's summit because they were no longer dining on caviar, foie gras, lobster etc.

I know many of you think of me as a Nostradamus like figure so let me make another prediction. These idiots will agree that they need to get together for another summit and not one person's hunger will be satisfied as a result of this "summit".

Wednesday, June 04, 2008

What party are they?

This week's "What party are they" post has an "All in the Family" flavor to it.

U.S. Attorney Jim Letten announced this afternoon that 4th District Assessor Betty Jefferson, an elder sister of U.S. Rep. William Jefferson, has been indicted on a host of fraud-related charges by a federal grand jury. Also indicted were Jefferson's daughter, Angela Coleman, and her brother, the previously indicted Mose Jefferson.

The charges are the culmination of a probe into charities run by members of the Jefferson family and their allies. In a rare move, the FBI announced it was investigating the nonprofits after a 2006 Times-Picayune story revealed apparent self-dealing at them.

The newspaper's report noted that former City Councilwoman and state Rep. Renee Gill Pratt, a protege of the congressman, and former state Rep. Jalila Jefferson-Bullock, one of his five daughters, had steered millions of dollars over the course of a decade or so to three charities associated with the family: Care Unlimited, Orleans Metropolitan Housing and Central City Adult Education.

Gill Pratt had also orchestrated the donation of four brand-new vehicles to the charities that had been donated to the city after Katrina. She wound up behind the wheel of one of them, a Dodge Durango, when Care Unlimited hired her as its director after she lost her City Council re-election bid.

Somehow the article failed to mention the political affiliation of any of these family members. So the question.... What party are they?

Hint.... William Jefferson announced that he'll throw his super delegate vote to Obamania.
I wonder if he'll donate a contribution to the campaign out of his freezer.

Exactly what is his accomplishment?

From the transcript of Obamania's speech last night.
In just a few short months, the Republican Party will arrive in St. Paul with a very different agenda. They will come here to nominate John McCain, a man who has served this country heroically. I honor that service, and I respect his many accomplishments, even if he chooses to deny mine.....

Don't take offense BO. He's not intentionally trying to diss your accomplishments, he just can't really seem to find any.

Maybe it's that one bill you sponsored with your name on it. You know the Obamania-Kennedy something, something liberal bill.

Maybe it's that committee you chair in the Senate where you've over seen all of 4 meetings.

It actually looks like the only thing you've actually accomplished is your ability to choose racist spiritual advisers.

Don't worry, when we find one of your accomplishments we'll make sure we pat your head and acknowledge it.

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Nice finish

In what should have been a nice victory lap for Obamania and his apostles, now looks like a one armed man in a MMA (mixed martial arts) competition.

An ass kicking in SD?

Conservatives don't have a lot to look forward to right now. Oh, except we get to now vote for a liberal democrat over a marxist.

Is they're anymore women's softball to watch?

The US auto industry

An excellent piece in the Investor's Business Daily on the US automobile industry.

Ford's investment of $3 billion in two auto plants near Mexico City is the largest foreign company investment ever in Mexico. As oil prices soar and new climate-change rules are readied in Washington, Ford must shift from its reliance on trucks and SUVs to lighter, more energy-efficient vehicles.

This should be something that workers in Michigan and other Midwestern states with decades of automaking experience should excel at doing. Instead, Ford and other automakers are pushing more and more investment abroad — especially to Mexico.

It's tempting to blame automakers for this. Indeed, they do deserve a big chunk of the blame for poor management decisions. And by far, their worst decisions yet came when they agreed to company-destroying labor pacts with the United Auto Workers union that practically guaranteed Big Auto's demise.

We don't fault workers for trying to get more in labor negotiations. But the fact is, past UAW deals have saddled U.S. companies with such high costs that they can no longer make cars here and compete on a global market. So they make cars elsewhere.

Like a coyote caught in a trap, U.S. automakers have been desperately gnawing off a leg to escape certain death. They're closing plants and slashing jobs in Michigan, Ohio and other U.S. union havens, in favor of non-union, foreign places. Like Mexico and China.

Meanwhile, foreign companies have no problem making cars here. They do it in the non-union South, where the UAW is weak.

Though little noted, last year was a watershed for U.S. carmakers. For the first time, foreign producers in the U.S. made more cars — 54% of the total — than the former Big Three. As recently as the 1980s, Ford, Chrysler and GM made 73% of all cars here.

Why is this? U.S. carmakers pay their workers an average of about $73 an hour in wages and benefits — way more than others.

According to the Center for Automotive Research, there's a $16.15 per hour gap between what Detroit's Big 3 pay workers and what Toyota pays workers in the U.S. Add to that a $5 billion a year difference in health care and other retirement costs, totaling thousands of dollars in extra costs on every car sold, and U.S. automakers operate at about a $12 billion a year disadvantage.

It doesn't take an MBA to understand this is an industry in peril.

Charlie LeDuff interviews Monica Conyers-Part II

You want to hear the brain of a "progressive" in high gear. You've got it.

Question of the day

I have a question for all people Obamania.

Who does Obamania care about more?

Could it be the 2500 GM Moraine plant auto workers who just lost their jobs building SUV's. Mainly as a result of oil regulation in this country?


His arugula eating, pinot noir sippin', acquaintances in San Francisco who think those 2500 gun clinging' hicks at the Moraine plant are just that?

You want to know why this guy won't win Ohio? Because too many of those gun clingin', God lovin' hicks know the answer is the latter.

Monica Conyers debates school children

I'm re-posting this as the last one was deleted from you tube.

How is it that an eighth grader knows better than a council person?

If you ever why every city is the US is an arm pit you need look further than the "progressive" leadership in these cities.

Of course, how does Monica Conyers defend her actions? She's a victim since her husband (John)is investigating racism in NY.

I'll post that interview tomorrow.

Nice job guv

Governor Strickland decided to sign the payday lending bill yesterday.

For all you liberal do gooders; have you ever been told that you needed to pay your car payment by Friday or have your car repossessed?

Then when you couldn't pay, your car actually was repossessed. Have you ever tried to get your car out of hock? Let's put it this way, it's a hell of lot cheaper than the $100.00 in interest someone would have had to pay on a payday loan. Trust me, I have personal experience to work off of.

I would have happily done a payday lending loan. In my case, it wasn't practical since I didn't know when I was going to receive payments from my clients.

What about a bounced check, have you ever seen the return check charges from the bank? My bank charges $38.00. If you bounce it at a store they'll probably hit you up for another $30. You are $68.00 in fees on what could be a $68.00 check. Hey, smart ass progressive, calculate the rate of interest on that one.

By the way, while were talking returns, what's that rate of return on lottery tickets? But I guess for "progressives", it's OK to steal from the poor as long as the government does it.

Conservatives can be optimistic?

Jonah Goldberg has an optimistic piece about the plight of conservatism.

People need to remember that there's a difference between "conservatives" and "Republicans." One reason the Republican "brand" has been so badly tarnished is that Republicans lost credibility as conservatives. They spent money like a pimp with a week to live. They got comfortable with power and the perks that come with it, and they tolerated cronyism and incompetence. And while the GOP is the more conservative of the two parties — and hence the natural home for the American right — it needs to be remembered that Republican failures are not synonymous with conservative ones.

Also, the strength of the conservative establishment shouldn't be discounted. In 1964, Goldwater was almost alone, relying on a couple of magazines to champion his cause. Today, there is an enormous conservative intellectual infrastructure, largely independent of the Republican Party. From proliferating state-level think tanks to massive organizations based in Washington, D.C., such as the Heritage Foundation and American Enterprise Institute, the causes of limited government, defending life and promoting free markets are hardly without champions. And thanks to talk radio, Fox News and a general acceptance of conservatism as a legitimate viewpoint, it has never been easier for conservatives to get their arguments to the public.

I hate to break it to Goldberg, but in order for the conservative movement to actually move, we need leaders to articulate and and actually push that message. Who's going to do that? George Rinovich?

There's a good reason conservatives don't want to get out of bed in the morning.

Monday, June 02, 2008

Another liberal tax cheat

Of all people, Keith Olberman

Yeah, the man of the people, Keith Olberman, joins the long line of liberal tax cheats.

From Doug Ross' Journal
New York State has issued a tax warrant against Keith Olbermann for failure to pay taxes on his humbly named personal corporation, Olbermann Broadcasting Empire, Inc. Olbermann is listed in legal records as the President of Olbermann Broadcasting Empire, Inc.

A call to the Albany County Clerk's Office in upstate New York confirmed that the warrant is still outstanding and that Olbermann has still failed to pay his back taxes. State records show that Olbermann's company failed to pay $2,269.50 in state taxes. A judgement was entered against Olbermann last summer (Docket Date: 8/21/2007), just weeks before Olbermann closed on a a luxurious $4.2 mm condo at Trump Palace, at 200 East 69th Street.

She gets it

An Ohio University coed, on the "victimization" of Marc Dannimal House's female employees.

Before Ohio moves on from the Marc Dann scandal, we should all reflect on one lesson it taught us: While Dann is certainly a creep, the woman he had an adulterous affair with is just as certainly not a victim.

Of course, that isn’t how the usual cast of feminists and sexual-harassment racketeers see it. Shortly after the scandal broke, Cleveland Plain Dealer columnist Connie Schultz weighed in with a column titled “There’s No Equal Footing in Sex with the Boss.” As she wrote, “Jessica Utovich is virtually half Dann’s age, has a smidgen of his higher education, earned about a third of his income and was employed at his mercy.” This was supposed to explain why Utovich was incapable of rejecting Dann’s sexual advances.

No one has disputed that Utovich’s affair with Dann was consensual. Nor is she a child who was being exploited by an older man. She is a 28-year-old adult who had a job in the Ohio Attorney General’s office. And yet, because of a “lack of parity” with Dann (as Schultz put it), she is now being portrayed as his victim.

This is the catch-22 that feminists — at least the ones who complain endlessly about “sexual harassment” — have created for young, working women. On one hand, they argue that women are just as smart, capable and professional as men, and therefore deserve equal career opportunities. On the other hand, they tell us that women are so easily manipulated by men that they can’t be expected to say “no” to sex with their male bosses.

She totally gets it. My guess? She'll be more than successful in what ever endeavor she chooses. Another guess? She wasn't surrounded by a bunch of bra burnin', brickenstock wearin', babes telling her, she was a "victim" her whole life.

Imagine a football coach getting up before the season and telling his team...
"Team we've really got no chance of winning many games. All of our opponents have better equipment, more coaches, better fields, and more fans.

In addition, the officiating is all stacked against us. Not only will we have to beat our opponents on the field, we'll have to overcome officials who want to hold our team down.

The only way we're going to win a game this year is if the officials help us out on the field because we can't do it on our own."

Just how successful would this coach actually be?

Yet, these are the continual lessons from clowns like Michael Pfleger, Jeremiah Wright, Geraldine Ferraro, Gloria Steinem et al.

These people continue to reinforce the notion that (name your victim group here) cannot succeed without the help of the very people they're being held down by; white, straight, males. Who really ends up with the power in that dynamic? It's not the white guys stealing the power from (name your victim group) but the victim group ceding their own power. And the victim pimps will always be there to reinforce how you've been kept down.

I always fall back to a West Wing episode where one of the female characters blasted one of the men on an issue many feminists groups were backing.

Roughly quoting

He I would think you would love this bill, you're a feminist.

Her Did it ever occur to you that this bill communicates that women can only have what men are willing to let them have? Did it ever occur to you that we don't need a man's help to be successful? Did it ever occur to you that every time we achieve something, it will be interpreted as women only achieving because "men" let us achieve. Take your bill and shove it.

This whole democratic primary has been a great lesson in who can be the weakest victim. All the while it's those damn white, gun clingin' yea hoo men in sticksville who will hold the cards for electing the next president.

The irony is oh, so, sweet.

Nat Geo Stonehenge ads

If you haven't caught these ads for the National Geographic, click here.

These spots are by Nigel Tufnel of Spinal Tap. They are hilarious.

Howard Mugabe - Head of DNC

The more I think back to all that I read about the DNC deal last weekend, the more I keep thinking I that was reading about an election run by Robert Mugabe, president of Zimbabwe.

Here's a perfectly good reason to believe that paradigm; what the DNC did to Michigan.

But the Michigan decision is a jaw dropper. By setting aside election results to Hillary's disadvantage, the DNC has saddled its likely nominee with an enraged opponent who now has every incentive to carry the fight through the summertime. Simultaneously, it has told Michigan voters that the DNC - and by extension, its nominee, Obama - is willing to set aside election results it does not like. That cannot have a positive effect on Michigan swing voters - and Obama needs to carry Michigan in the fall to have any shot at victory.

The Clintons' unwillingness to accept defeat is legendary. Yet the DNC has thrown sand in the face of a candidate who is already claiming sexism underlies the opposition to her campaign. Never underestimate the fury of a woman scorned, the adage goes.
Now she can stay in the race with yet another rationale for her candidacy - she is fighting for democratic principles. And her working class voters in Michigan will hear that message.

This decision violates a cardinal rule of warfare first promulgated by the Chinese strategist Sun Tzu in his classic The Art of War - always give your enemy the opportunity to retreat. The corollary to a political campaign is that one must always give one's opponent the opportunity to bow out gracefully. Manipulating the rules to ensure Hillary cannot possibly win does not give her that opportunity, and given the psychology of the individual in question, virtually ensures a continued battle.

In Obama's favorite game, basketball, trash talk and demonstrating your dominance by dunking the ball over your opponent is expected. Employing these tactics in politics, particularly intra-party politics, is not very good sense.

It is particularly poor sense given that Obama was going to win the nomination anyway because the clear sense of the superdelegates is to back Obama and end the fight. This decision was as unnecessary as it is inflammatory.

Needless to say, the parallels to a Robert Mugabe run election and or country is quite eerie.

An economist on Cap & Trade

Robert Samuelson on the "Cap & Trade" global warming initiative.
We'll have to discard the old adage, "Everyone talks about the weather, but no one does anything about it." In this era of global warming, it is inoperative, because the whole point of controlling greenhouse gas emissions is to do something about the weather. This promises to be hard and perhaps futile, but there are good and bad ways of attempting it. One of the bad ways is cap-and-trade. Unfortunately, it's the darling of environmental groups and their political allies.

The chief political virtue of cap-and-trade -- a complex scheme to reduce greenhouse gases -- is its complexity. This allows its environmental supporters to shape public perceptions in essentially deceptive ways. Cap-and-trade would act as a tax, but it's not described as a tax. It would regulate economic activity, but it's promoted as a "free market" mechanism. Finally, it would trigger a tidal wave of influence-peddling, as lobbyists scrambled to exploit the system for different industries and localities. This would undermine whatever the system's abstract advantages.

The Billary chasing babes

In a revelation that surprises no one, Bill Clinton is apparently using his road show to pick up babes.
Burkle’s usual means of transport is the custom-converted Boeing 757 that Clinton calls “Ron Air” and that Burkle’s own circle of young aides privately refer to as “Air Fuck One.”

If the democrats want to bring down the cost of medical care, they'd make Slick pay for his own Viagra.

In a maneuver only a Clinton can pull, he blasts out all sort of facts and details about every thing except for the main issue of the Vanity Fair piece.

For instance, you probably were not aware that Slick has personally saved 1.3 million lives. You, of course, thought all that mouth to mouth was carnal when, in fact, he was just trying to keep all those babes from stopping their breathing.

I don't know what after shave this guy uses but I need to get me some.