Skip to comments.Lois Lerner & North Lorea: Icky and Hacky
Posted on 12/23/2014 6:05:29 AM PST by NOBO2012
Greetings from the formerly sunny island of Oahu! I havent needed my uva and uvb lenses much so far this year, as the little black cloud seems to be following us; the rain I mean.
And now I hear that Congress is releasing a report today that reveals our ex-IRS top official Lois Lerner specifically targeted tea party groups and misled the public about its secret political targeting program:
The Daily Caller has obtained an advance copy of a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee report set to be released Tuesday morning that definitively proves malicious intent by the IRS to improperly block conservative groups that an IRS adviser deemed icky. (Thats right. Icky.)
No, silly. Not that Ickey
I suppose, if youre going to let the truth leak out, the day before Christmas Eve is a good time to do it. Butt why couldnt the North Koreans have blocked these emails that we thought had been deep-sixed for-EVER, rather than a silly movie that would have bombed on its own? We just dont seem to be able to cut a break around here lately.
So yikes! Lets get back to talking about the injustice of the police assassinating innocent black men as soon as possible. Cue up the Rev and lets just get this march a MovinOn.Org!
And with that Im officially implementing my holiday rules: cute animals, music and recipes only.
Heres my contribution on the cute animal and music front: if you have a short-hair, you may want to train him to do this:
And in the recipe department, I probably posted this before, butt its worth repeating until I get that recipe E-book pulled together (special thanks to Janice the Elder and Mr. the Elder for the e-book templates). Its everything you need this time of year: simple, cheap and universally loved. Although they apparently go by many different names around the country Hanky Pankies, Pitty Pats, Polish Mistakes, Ive always known them simply as Susies Rye Toasts. They are perfect for any holiday gathering (well, maybe not Hanukkah as they violate multiple kosher rules) be it the tree trimmers, the carolers, the post Midnight Mass revelers or just the hungry elves who are exhausted after all that decorating:
Susies Rye Toasts, aka Hanky Pankies and Polish Mistakes
1 lb. ground beef
1 lb. sausage (Bob Evans, mild or hot)
1 lb. Velveeta cheese-cubed
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp. oregano
1 tsp. garlic salt
1 loaf cocktail rye (or pumpernickel) bread
Brown ground beef and sausage and drain. Add cheese, Worcestershire, oregano and garlic salt and heat until cheese is melted.
Spoon meat on to bread and spread to cover entire square.
Freeze for future hoards, or just pop under a broiler for 2-4 minutes. If you dont feel like watching them like a hawk, bake at 350 degrees till hot about 15 minutes. You can cut them in half on the diagonal to create the illusion of having more servings, butt if you do people will eat twice as many.
Susies Rye Toasts on Pumpernickel
Now get out there and start cooking and counting your blessings!
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