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Archive for 24 August 2011
Is it a rule that anyone who lives in Illinois has to be snotty? I mean, I know there are decent folks who live in this state, but evidently none of them work in the hospitality business, as in motels. At least not in this town.
I stay in a lot of motels, as you’d know if you’ve been around these digs for a while. I tend to go places….a lot. Usually there are motels involved. Most of the time, they are extremely accommodating, especially for someone who is obviously incapacitated. Not this place. Oh no…. in order for me to smoke in a downstairs room, I would be charged a ridiculous fee. If I want to smoke, I have to have an upstairs room. Ok. No…not ok. There is NO FREAKIN’ ELEVATOR! Isn’t there a law or some such?
I’m walking with a cane. The scar on my knee couldn’t have been anymore obvious if it had snapped her nose off, yet, she continues her snotty attitude. Well, I informed the snotty twit…if I fall, or am harmed in anyway, because she is incapable of accommodating me with a downstairs room, due to the fact there are no elevators, I will own her ass. But I said it very politely. After all, honey and magnolias, don’cha know!
The Flash Mob Mentality of Scientific Inquiry
by Ann Coulter
The definition of hell is being condescended to by idiots. It will probably be MSNBC’s Chris Matthews? and Contessa Brewer? sneering at you for all of eternity for not believing in evolution.
Roughly one-third of my 2007 No. 1 New York Times best-seller, “Godless: The Church of Liberalism,” is an attack on liberals’ creation myth, Darwinian evolution. I presented the arguments of all the luminaries in the field, from the retarded Richard Dawkins? to the brilliant Francis Crick, and disputed them.
But apparently liberals didn’t want to argue back.
Despite Matthews’ obsessive fixation on the topic, manifested by his constantly asking elected Republicans if they believe in evolution, in a one-hour interview with me on “Godless” — the very book that is chockablock with attacks on Darwinism — Matthews didn’t ask me a single question about the subject.
No liberal did. Matthews doesn’t even know what evolution is.
Just a year later, at a 2008 Republican presidential candidates’ debate, Matthews asked for a show of hands of who believed in evolution. No discussion permitted! That might allow scientific facts, rather than schoolyard taunts, to escape into the world.
Evolution is the only subject that is discussed exclusively as a “Do you believe?” question with yes-or-no answers. How about conservative journalists start putting mikes in front of liberal candidates and demanding, “Do you believe in the Bible — yes or no?” “Is an unborn baby human — yes or no?” and “Do you believe teenagers should have sex — yes or no?”
Yes…another one. Wish me luck! I’ll be taking my time, so it shouldn’t be too bad. But how can I pass up the opportunity to annoy Chris up close and personal? I mean seriously? I have to entertain myself somehow, right? What better way than to head up to Wisconsin? Heh. Of course, I’ll be able to irritate a few other folks too… like Jim, Bridgette, Frank, Cindy, Ric, and a number of others I only get to see once a year. WHOO HOO!
Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff joined evangelical Christian leaders in applauding the Obama administration’s new deportation policy and blasting the tea party’s hard line on illegal immigration issues.
“Our resources are not best used in this country either nationally, on a statewide level or a local level to go after those who are otherwise law-abiding citizens,” Shurtleff said Tuesday during a National Immigration Forum telephonic news conference.
The Republican attorney general called the tea party’s approach to illegal immigration — round people up and ship them home — unrealistic, unworkable and damaging to the GOP.
“It pains me that the tea party has too much of a voice in turning people to the irrational and the shrill,” he said.
Can we say RINO? I knew we could. Ya know what? I don’t give a flying flip about the GOP! If this is the type of ‘law enforcement’ the GOPers produce, then I want nothing to do with them. It’s against the law to sneak into someone’s home, and steal their money. What is so hard for this asshat to understand? He’s suppose to be an attorney. He should KNOW what’s right, and what’s wrong. Evidently, he must have missed that class in law school.
Shrill? Bubba, you must be listening to the Maxine Waters and the rest of the socialist libtards, and taking his cues from them. THEY are more shrill than a 2 year having a temper tantrum! What is irrational about expecting our own law enforcement to actually enforce the FREAKIN’ LAWS? Is this fool aware how much it costs the legal citizens of this country to support his criminal pals? The education, the medical, the food????? Do I want to rip families apart? Of course not. The criminals who snuck in can take their children home with them. I have no problem with that at all. To allow the continuous flaunting of our laws makes us look weak. Thanks to this clown, and many like him, including the White House, we have become a very weak nation, and I for one, am more angry than you can imagine.