August 2, 2010
Pahhleeze, Governor Palin
Sarah Palin said it. "Governor Brewer of Arizona has [close your eyes--get the kids out of the room] the Cajones to take on immigration." But President Obama does not have them! Remember the threat of "death squads"? Do you think Palin will start "cajones" squads? The line from I married an Axe Murderer comes to mind: "pants down!"
Sure, 1,900 Dutchmen are no match for 50,000 Frenchmen, but the Dutch are the first NATO country to pull out of Afghanistan.
Censors at work. No, I am not thinking about NSA. I am reading a Washington Post report that the illegal drug squads are dictating to the media which stories to report and which ones to bury. Nuevo Laredo, a city of 360,000, has three TV stations, four daily newspapers, and five radio stations. None mentioned a recent gigantic gun battle because the gangs told them not to! Drug smugglers are censoring the news, and sometimes creating news--if the people at the news outlets don't follow orders they are killed.
Question for Bill Bennett and the Obama administration: How are we doing in the U.S. war on drugs? Is it time to consider drastic action? What do you think?
What's that in my Fruit Loops? Can't tell me? Why not? No one seems to know!
Unbelievable. There is a big recall of cereal but no one is saying why, although the industry is admitting there is a peculiar smell in the box.
Did you know (I certainly did not) that there are 80,000 chemicals on the U.S. market, and 62,000 of them are exempt from the 1976 Toxic Substance Control Act?
There is a huge gap in government knowledge about chemicals, says the Post. Good Lord. But not to worry. The cereal industry tells us that everythong is fine. Need more info? Call BP.
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Immigration is a federal issue and not a state one. Most people know this but apparently Tea Partyers do not.
On the other hand, passport control stations on the Wisconsin/Illinois border would not be such a bad idea.
-Franz Fripplfrappl | Stoughton | August 2, 2010