Monday, April 27, 2009

When pigs fly...

... they'll say "swine flew".

Full disclosure: That's my brother's joke.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Some Good News

While Mahmoud Ahmadinijad got slobbering coverage by the LIB media, it looks like the Durban II conference has not turned out to be a frothing-at-the-mouth frenzy of anti-Semitism that characterized Durban I. It looks like the diplomatic efforts of the countries that did not participate sent a valuable message.

From the Jerusalem Post:

But although Durban II was preceded by a two day anti-Israel conference by non-governmental groups and a number of small anti-Israel rallies were held - including one that compared Israel's actions in Gaza with those of the Warsaw ghetto - the atmosphere around the conference did not replicate Durban I.

Link to the whole article

Monday, April 20, 2009

Thank you

The There is NO Santa Claus blog would like to thank the leaders of the following countries for boycotting the Durban II conference:

1. Germany
2. Italy
3. Poland
4. Holland
5. United States of America
6. Canada
7. Australia
8. New Zealand
9. Sweden

Thursday, April 16, 2009


Passover is OVER. Time for BEER!

About Global Warming

Let's get something straight!

The problem isn't global warming. The problem is people who say government can fix problems of global magnitude by taking more of your money and controlling the way you live.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

President O'Bama's dog

I think it's very nice President O'Bama got his children a dog. One has to wonder what took him so long. That he conditioned getting a dog on his victory in a Presidential election makes me wonder how much of a present it was to his children. OTOH, he's not going to be home too much so the dog is a fine idea.
And besides, Muslims don't like dogs. Muslim households rarely keep dogs. So all you hysterical O'Bama-bashers need to find something else to kvetch about. Our President isn't a Muslim, yet.
But what of the LIB media? Why the hype? President Bush had a dog. Did anyone know its name? President Clinton had a dog. Did anyone know its name? Where was all the media hype then? There hasn't been this much hype for the President's dog since Lyndon Johnson lifted his beagle up by the ears 45 years ago.
And apparently, there doesn't seem to be any of the usual hypersensitivity to "racism" given that the President has named his dog "Bo". If George Bush had brought a black dog into the White House and named it "Bo", I think we would never have heard the end of it. But alas! This is a new era of "hope and change".
The dog is cute and the most important thing is that the children are happy and do not experience an allergic reaction to Bo. After all, Bo shares a breeding blood line with Sen. Ted Kennedy's dogs.
Does this make the O'Bamas and Kennedys "family"? :+)