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Posts by oceanagirl

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  • N. Korea only allowing S. Korean workers to leave Kaesong, banning entry

    04/02/2013 9:27:04 PM PDT · 13 of 42
    oceanagirl to BenLurkin

    So far, only 3 people or 3 cars have come out. See the CNN twitter feed. They have someone up there. SK doesn’t know why more S Koreans have not come out.

  • NKorea delays SKorea entry to Kaesong industrial park (serious escalation)

    04/02/2013 8:21:51 PM PDT · 20 of 37
    oceanagirl to Squidpup

    If they shoot off one of those missiles in any direction (not that they can control them) I have a hard time seeing this situation settling down.

    This is the worst that I’ve seen in along time, and I started paying attention in 1965.

    It only takes two hot heads for trouble to start.

  • Goat Meat on the Rise

    02/27/2013 7:19:26 PM PST · 19 of 22
    oceanagirl to nickcarraway
    Don’t Jamaicans cook goat with their spicy “jerk” seasoning?

    I seem to recall eating some in New York many moons ago, and the recollection is a pleasant one.

  • Woodward: Very Senior Obama White House Official Threatened Me Over Sequester Reporting

    02/27/2013 7:13:11 PM PST · 101 of 116
    oceanagirl to Secret Agent Man
    OMG!!!! LOL!!!!

    You surely have her number.

    So long as the country isn’t hurt, this could be very interesting.

  • Georgia lawmakers eye Tennessee water again

    02/11/2013 1:48:32 PM PST · 27 of 37
    oceanagirl to Georgia Girl 2

    Well, if there isn’t enough water in Atlanta, maybe some folks would move back north.

    There is a lot of water around Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Buffalo.

    In fact, they’re getting a lot more of the frozen white water in a couple of days.

  • Voice forensics experts cast doubt on Orlando Sentinel analysis of Trayvon Martin 911 tape

    04/07/2012 4:02:23 PM PDT · 16 of 17
    oceanagirl to hoosiermama
    I saw one of the eye witnesses interviewed by Ashley Banfield on CNN yesterday or Thursday.

    I wasn't too impressed. She was vague and I don't think that her view was that good due to the rain and the falling darkness.

    Again, I think that a good defense attorney could get her mixed up unless the DA firms up her testimony.

    Remember the OJ case? OJ had the money to buy nearly the best defense available. If Zimmerman comes up with anything close, the prosecutor may have problems.

    I'm trying to look at this and think about how it might look at trial.

    I feel bad that Martin is dead. He was 17, and it looks like he had real relationships with both his parents although they were divorced. That gave him a good chance to live a productive life despite some relatively minor stupid teenager behavior.

    I'm not yet ready to draw any conclusion on what I think actually happened between Martin and Zimmerman. I think that the media has botched their coverage badly, and since the investigators aren't talking, it's hard to know what they have now or will uncover soon. I did go to law school a long time ago, but I have never practiced criminal law. Nonetheless, I think that those three years of law school really does influence my thinking on these things.

    I am very concerned that if Zimmerman is not convicted of at least manslaughter, we may return to the bad old days of the ‘60s. I grew up in Michigan, and I remember a lot about the Detroit riots. Actually, there were riots in nearly every smaller industrial city in the state at the same time. It was an awful time, and I really do not want a replay. However, I don't want to see Zimmerman railroaded into a conviction just to keep bad things from happening. This is just a very, very bad situation all around, and just a handful of nut jobs on either side could start a lot of trouble.

  • Voice forensics experts cast doubt on Orlando Sentinel analysis of Trayvon Martin 911 tape

    04/07/2012 1:39:08 PM PDT · 13 of 17
    oceanagirl to Free ThinkerNY

    A good defense attorney would be able to find experts to poke all kinds of holes in the two Sentinel experts’ testimony. That’s one way good defense attorneys create reasonable doubt.

    I would expect the state prosecutor to have more competent-sounding voice experts, however.

  • Obama: Court Striking Down Obamacare Would Be Judicial Activism

    04/03/2012 12:01:02 PM PDT · 75 of 79
    oceanagirl to Still Thinking
    The most important issue of this case is whether the Commerce Clause can be stretched far enough to allow Congress to force individuals to purchase certain products from private parties or face a tax or penalty.

    I went to law school and did practice for a number of years, but the reach of the Commerce Clause is taught in the first year Constitutional Law class. I find it unbelievable that Obama could not see that a radical extension of the clause as a possible hole in the legal argument (not the policy argument) underlying this enormous program.

  • Malkin: Obama's Algae Racket

    03/21/2012 10:41:28 PM PDT · 16 of 23
    oceanagirl to bigbob
    I also think that the algae process deserves some research funding. I realize that not every project funded will pan out, but right now, it's impossible to get loans and private-start up equity funding isn't always the right fit.

    As we are seeing, the problem are cronyism, insufficient numbers of qualified scientific people to review grant applications and far too much creative writing in grant applications.

    I'm hoping that the economy will turn around and a variety of private funding for small projects will be available.

  • Obama’s Outrageous DOL Rules Will Restrict Minors From Working on Family Farms – Killing Farm Life

    03/21/2012 10:27:55 PM PDT · 20 of 114
    oceanagirl to RedCell
    I think that the main reason is to replace children/teens and young relatives as farm workers with immigrants, legal and illegal, who will eventually become citizens and democratic voters or who will produce U.S. born children who will do the same job.

    I personally made summer spending money picking fruit in the orchards of neighbors. I have never seen any kind of really bad accident even when we were using what would now be seen as unsafe 12 foot ladders to get those last cherries.

    With this administration, it is always about politics, and its politics includes forming a permanent dem majority—that can't be done by any other method.

  • Athens By Night

    02/12/2012 9:37:30 PM PST · 15 of 22
    oceanagirl to Kartographer

    That really doesn’t look too bad. Only two spots are smoking. I haven’t seen any pictures of rioters preventing firefighters from doing their business.

    No riot is ever good, but the situation could be much worse. Let’s hope that demonstrations will remain relatively peaceful.

  • Iran's Arsenal Of Sunburn Missiles Is More Than Enough To Close The Strait

    02/12/2012 5:11:35 PM PST · 37 of 39
    oceanagirl to oceanagirl

    Sorry to all about the repeat of substance and post.

  • Iran's Arsenal Of Sunburn Missiles Is More Than Enough To Close The Strait

    02/12/2012 5:09:46 PM PST · 36 of 39
    oceanagirl to Track9

    If Iran shoots just one Sunburn toward the Straits, commercial traffic (meaning tankers) will shut down because insurance will be almost impossible to get at any price. International commercial hulls do not move without insurance.

  • Iran's Arsenal Of Sunburn Missiles Is More Than Enough To Close The Strait

    02/12/2012 5:09:32 PM PST · 35 of 39
    oceanagirl to Track9

    If Iran shoots just one Sunburn toward the Straits, commercial traffic (meaning tankers) will shut down because insurance will be almost impossible to get at any price. International commercial hulls do not move without insurance.

  • Iran's Arsenal Of Sunburn Missiles Is More Than Enough To Close The Strait

    02/12/2012 5:09:19 PM PST · 34 of 39
    oceanagirl to Track9

    If Iran shoots just one Sunburn toward the Straits, commercial traffic (meaning tankers) will shut down because insurance will be almost impossible to get at any price. International commercial hulls do not move without insurance.

  • Iran's Arsenal Of Sunburn Missiles Is More Than Enough To Close The Strait

    02/12/2012 5:08:56 PM PST · 33 of 39
    oceanagirl to Track9

    If Iran shoots just one Sunburn toward the Straits, commercial traffic (meaning tankers) will shut down because insurance will be almost impossible to get at any price. International commercial hulls do not move without insurance.

  • Liberal Professor Makes it Official: Chicago Most Corrupt

    02/12/2012 5:05:05 PM PST · 6 of 9
    oceanagirl to nascarnation

    I think that Michelle may have guided Barack. Her father was a precinct captain in the old Daly machine. She learned a lot at her father’s knee, methinks. It also explains her career path.

  • Liberal Professor Makes it Official: Chicago Most Corrupt

    02/12/2012 4:49:29 PM PST · 4 of 9
    oceanagirl to Kaslin

    For those of us from the Midwest, this isn’t exactly news.

    However, for Chicago to claim the top prize, New Orleans and the rest of Louisiana must have been retired from the competition after having had a lock on the title for so many years.

  • Samantha Power, Irish-born aide, key to Obama Libya attack policy

    03/20/2011 3:07:59 PM PDT · 5 of 34
    oceanagirl to Berlin_Freeper

    Is she a U.S. citizen? Perhaps dual national? I can’t seem to find anything definitive.

  • Gadhafi vows 'long war' after US, allies strike

    03/20/2011 11:04:52 AM PDT · 16 of 28
    oceanagirl to hinckley buzzard
    I don't think that this will go well, either. I think that we will end up with boots on the ground, though.

    This country is in trouble. We don't have the finances or the rest forces for more war right now.

    I'm not a military person, so please forgive me if I am using military terms inappropriately.

    In my opinion, due to our straightened financial circumstances and fully occupied military, we do not now have a defensible perimeter. Our defenses in Afghanistan go through the fault line between Pakistan and India. We cannot get involved in that.

    The Middle East and North Africa are unstable, and it is unclear to me that there is any stability on the horizon no matter what we do.

    We need to figure out what we can do and where we can do it. After that, our default military position should be to stay out.

    I just don't see any of this ending well for our beloved country and our people.

  • Gadhafi vows 'long war' after US, allies strike

    03/20/2011 11:03:51 AM PDT · 15 of 28
    oceanagirl to hinckley buzzard
    I don't think that this will go well, either. I think that we will end up with boots on the ground, though.

    This country is in trouble. We don't have the finances or the rest forces for more war right now.

    I'm not a military person, so please forgive me if I am using military terms inappropriately.

    In my opinion, due to our straightened financial circumstances and fully occupied military, we do not now have a defensible perimeter. Our defenses in Afghanistan go through the fault line between Pakistan and India. We cannot get involved in that.

    The Middle East and North Africa are unstable, and it is unclear to me that there is any stability on the horizon no matter what we do.

    We need to figure out what we can do and where we can do it. After that, our default military position should be to stay out.

    I just don't see any of this ending well for our beloved country and our people.

  • Gadhafi vows 'long war' after US, allies strike

    03/20/2011 11:03:41 AM PDT · 14 of 28
    oceanagirl to hinckley buzzard
    I don't think that this will go well, either. I think that we will end up with boots on the ground, though.

    This country is in trouble. We don't have the finances or the rest forces for more war right now.

    I'm not a military person, so please forgive me if I am using military terms inappropriately.

    In my opinion, due to our straightened financial circumstances and fully occupied military, we do not now have a defensible perimter. Our defenses in Afghanistan go through the fault line between Pakistan and India. We cannot get involved in that.

    The Middle East and North Africa are unstable, and it is unclear to me that there is any stability on the horizon no matter what we do.

    We need to figure out what we can do and where we can do it. After that, our default military position should be to stay out.

    I just don't see any of this ending well for our beloved country and our people.

  • Liberal Democrats in uproar over Libya action (Kucinich calls for Obama's impeachment)

    03/20/2011 10:06:33 AM PDT · 70 of 105
    oceanagirl to rabscuttle385
    There has been real tension between Obama and the left half of the party for at least a year over any number of issues. Being anti-war is the one thing that many Dems can agree on. The party split over the Vietnam War, and the anti-war faction won. Really, you folks haven't been monitoring DU enough. There has been a huge ruckous going on there for at least 8 months with many, many posters critical of Obama thrown out. Right now, it seems that free speech rules. If this Libyan mess does not play itself out quietly within two weeks, there will be more carnage.

    Obama has supporters who will always vote for him no matter what. There are also a lot of opportunists who will desert him if he starts to go under. Then there are those who never liked him anyway. Hillary supporters are going to have a hard time. Either they like what she's convinced Obama to do, or they're very upset with their candidate.

    The problem is that this country is in a world of hurt and without a lot of options. I'll say no more.

  • Breaking:Explosion at Tepco's Fukushima Daiichi plant heard around 0630 GMT

    03/12/2011 5:13:17 AM PST · 595 of 798
    oceanagirl to fatima

    Thanks, I needed that!

    I’ll pass them along to the folks in Japan. They need those hugs even more than I do today.

  • Obama Keeps Low Profile on High Profile Issues (sees no upside in outspokenness)

    03/12/2011 5:05:22 AM PST · 36 of 71
    oceanagirl to Cincinatus' Wife
    It seems like whenever this administration needs some one to go out of the White House and do something, whether it is going over to the Capitol or traveling overseas, they send Biden.

    I'm beginning to think that the only person at the White House who is actually doing something other than twiddle his or her ( and it seems to be mostly “his”) thumbs and contemplate a victory in 2012.

    The Dems might just as well jettison the big O and go with Smokin’ Joe.

    At least he shows up.

  • Breaking:Explosion at Tepco's Fukushima Daiichi plant heard around 0630 GMT

    03/12/2011 4:49:43 AM PST · 578 of 798
    oceanagirl to fatima

    So, are you saying the big secondary containment structure—that mass of concrete and steel—is essentially gone?

  • Great Marc Faber Interview: 80% of US Budget Cannot be Cut(QE-III,IV,V coming)

    03/05/2011 8:22:51 PM PST · 72 of 81
    oceanagirl to Mariner
    Some of the survivor benefits may go to widows and widowers of retirees. A widow or widower may choose to receive either his or her own regulator social security or a portion of the dead spouse's retirement—I think about 2/3.

    That survivor's benefit is often extremely important for women who have not worked outside the home for their entire lives. They have small SS checks or non at all of their own.

    I know that it's very important for my Mom who did teach in a one-room school before marriage and learned nothing and who returned to teaching when I was in 6th grade. My Dad was a widower when she met him, and he was ten years older. She stopped working early so that she could spend time with him. He wasn't in particularly good shape and she didn't know how long he would be able to do much.

  • Obama, First Lady Get Their Groove On To Motown Hits (As The World Burns)

    02/26/2011 10:48:01 PM PST · 59 of 67
    oceanagirl to Miss_Meyet

    That was truly inspired!

    I’m a big fan of Motown, and it is nice to have some music that almost everyone likes and can dance to.

    I don’t mind if the White House has an occasional party, either, particularly if the music is American.

    However, turbulence in the Middle East and the Midwest at the same time means no time to party in the Big White House.

  • Obama commemorates 9/11 with appeal for tolerance

    09/11/2010 5:26:56 PM PDT · 140 of 159
    oceanagirl to 240B

    It sounds like Teddy just couldn’t tolerate imposters taking over Camelot.

    The Clintons and Carters were just imposters to Teddy.

    He really never did get over his brothers’ deaths, and who can really blame him. It was an awful lot for a family to take.

    Unfortunately, Teddy was powerful enough to take out his personal demons on the public.

  • Obama commemorates 9/11 with appeal for tolerance

    09/11/2010 5:04:27 PM PDT · 138 of 159
    oceanagirl to 240B
    Obama has been groomed for the Presidency for some time. His mentor in the Illinois Senate gave him bills to get passed and get credit for when we lost the Senate. Lots of folks had worked on those bills forever, but Obama was to get the credit. There was a piece on this by a local Chicago weekly. No one from the MSM even mentioned it.

    Remember Obama’s speech in 2002 at the Dem convention? How the h-e-double hockey sticks did some obscure state senator get the big speech job? Over on a dem site, someone who was a delegate said that Obama had a very well organized and very, very expensive “hospitality suite” ready at the convention hotel after his speech. Very, very, very professionally done, and very, very, very early. Of course, that post went nowhere.

    Then there's the lack of any paper from his 7 years in the Illinois senate. He threw it all away. Why would anyone so ambitious have thrown away his legacy?

    Also, there's the total wipe of anything the guy has written other than his books. No grades, either. HIs wife's senior paper has surfaced again. It's a tough slog.

    Somebody wanted Obama in the White House, but I don't know if it was Kennedy or not.

  • Obama commemorates 9/11 with appeal for tolerance

    09/11/2010 4:38:04 PM PDT · 133 of 159
    oceanagirl to 240B

    Interesting photo.

    I agree with many of your comments, but I’d to add that the President doesn’t seem to have a clue as to who he really is. Until he figures himself out, and I don’t consider his writings to have done the trick, he will always seem to be out there somewhere.

    And his wife is certainly not helping matters any. She has no clue as to how she looks to ordinary people, and I don’t think that she has a clue as to who her husband really is.

  • Obama commemorates 9/11 with appeal for tolerance

    09/11/2010 4:11:59 PM PDT · 130 of 159
    oceanagirl to Vaquero
    That photo pretty much sums it up, doesn't it?

    You have four dems out in Iowa campaigning for President. Three of them know what to do when the national anthem is played. None of them are loved here—Gov. Richardson, now Sec. Clinton and Mrs. Ruth Harkin, wife of Sen. Tom Harken and one who did a lot of good prosecuting rapists (if she does that, I don't care who she votes for). As much as I disagree with them, I think that they are in their hearts Americans.

    Out current President doesn't even know what to do with his hands, let alone his eyes. He's just standing there lost in space, probably thinking about how much arugula he could grow on that great Iowa farmland.

    He just simply does not get it.

    You may not like Joe Biden, but he has a son who served in the JAG corp in Afghanistan, and I think that Joe has real feeling for what happened at that place nine years ago, despite his political opinions. The White House handlers were smart in sending him instead of the Pres. The handlers probably understand just exactly what they are handling.

  • U.S. Backs $1B Loan to Mexico for Oil Drilling Despite Obama Moratorium

    09/11/2010 3:40:11 PM PDT · 20 of 48
    oceanagirl to ozzymandus
    The Mexican government takes the profits from Pemex to run the government and social programs.

    As a result Pemex can't do much without loans.

    Notice that the loans aren't coming from the exceptionally wealthy Mexican ruling class. They have their money invested in safe projects in safe countries.

    Their main field is collapsing, and the smaller fields aren't going to be able to make up the difference, at least not any time soon.

    We import, or used to, something like a million barrels a day. That won't continue indefinitely, as their fields die and their country demands more oil.

  • AIR NIGHTMARE: Chaos as Newark Flight Diverted

    06/23/2010 9:08:57 AM PDT · 26 of 46
    oceanagirl to a fool in paradise

    The article are refers to the pilots not being able to fly this airplane to Newark because of “union rules.”

    Those aren’t union rules. They are safety rules promulgated by the Feds. A pilot may only fly a certain number of hours without taking a mandatory rest. The rule is meant to promoted safety by helping to keep a tired, error prone pilot out of the cockpit.

    There are plenty of opportunities to bash unions, but I don’t think that this is one of them.

  • Elena Kagan and the Yale-Harvard Nexus (A preponderance of Yale-Harvard grads in elite positions)

    05/11/2010 10:22:14 AM PDT · 36 of 61
    oceanagirl to Zionist Conspirator

    Believe me, Bryan would not be welcome at either place.

    He spoke for folks outside the northeast who didn’t have a lot of money.

    They don’t let more than a token number of people like that into those places. No one there wants to associate with the little people like that.

    Besides, Bryan didn’t like the money houses. Lots of Harvard and Yale types make their money on Wall Street or in Hedge Funds located in Connecticut.

    Nope, Bryan would not be welcome.

  • US senator likens oil spill to Titanic as hearings open (Gasbags grill BP execs, invoke Challenger)

    05/11/2010 9:57:14 AM PDT · 9 of 22
    oceanagirl to F.J. Mitchell

    Yeah, I remember that mess.

    However, this is going to be a huge mess, too.

    Lots of waterfront property owners and fishermen are going to lose a lot of money if someone doesn’t stop the underwater gusher very soon.

    An early season hurricane could make this even more of a mess.

    I say whoever screwed up pays for it, all politics aside.

  • Phony Luis Gutierrez (D Mexico City): Living with Hispanics good for your family but not for mine

    05/04/2010 2:54:56 PM PDT · 10 of 10
    oceanagirl to Mr OLeary
    Some of my favorite relatives used to live in suburban Chicago.

    Your story confirms what they said and why they didn’t live in the city.

    One of my friends rates corruption as Louisiana-scale, Chicago-scale and petty.

    That pretty much says it all.

  • Phony Luis Gutierrez (D Mexico City): Living with Hispanics good for your family but not for mine

    05/04/2010 12:06:00 PM PDT · 6 of 10
    oceanagirl to Mr OLeary
    You have got to be kidding about this district, or should I say districtS.

    The thing is in two parts!

    It screams gerrymander.

  • A look at Michelle Obama's fashions and passions

    10/26/2009 2:06:09 PM PDT · 57 of 107
    oceanagirl to LucyT

    The waist-skimmimg style suits her much better than the too-high or too-low belt.

    Why she goes with the latter rather than the former as a matter of course I really don’t understand.

  • Obama's Five-Ring Circus (Why is the President Begging & Distracted)

    09/29/2009 1:09:51 AM PDT · 13 of 19
    oceanagirl to nickcarraway

    The NBC guy who wrote this has to ask?

  • Obama and the Policy Approach

    09/29/2009 1:05:53 AM PDT · 3 of 3
    oceanagirl to Nachum

    In other words, to paraphrase Tip O’Neill, all politics is local.

  • The Administration's Line on Sotomayor and the New Haven Fire Fighters

    05/27/2009 7:28:07 AM PDT · 20 of 20
    oceanagirl to Bigun

    I can certainly appreciate your views, but I’ll reserve judgment until I can study the record and the law and precedents in the issues involved.

  • The Administration's Line on Sotomayor and the New Haven Fire Fighters

    05/26/2009 8:49:49 PM PDT · 18 of 20
    oceanagirl to Bigun
    Federal statutes and regulations are the same everywhere in every circuit.

    However, those statutes and regulations are drafted by fallible human beings who do not always write with complete clarity or think of every possible situation in which those statutes and regulations might be applied.

    Often there can be reasonable questions about the meaning of those statutes and regulations and their application that can result in slightly different interpretations among the circuits. One of the duties of the SCOTUS in fact is to resolve conflicts in interpretations and applications among the various circuits.

    The Newsweek writer should have used the term “precedents” or “interpretations” of the Second Circuit rather than “laws” of the Second Circuit. Newsweek editors must have really been asleep on their keyboards for this poorly worded article to make it to the internet.

  • What should be McCain's RECURRING message?

    10/09/2008 9:31:29 PM PDT · 59 of 66
    oceanagirl to vaudine
    There are more wage earners than small business owners. The majority of people don't pay much in the way of capital gains taxes, and will be looking for direct financial relief as in money in the pocket.

    I think that tax cuts all around will be necessary, particularly since 2/3 of all economic activity is related to consumer spending and the general disgust with “fat cats” getting huge salaries on Wall Street for running investment houses and banks into the ground. These are not ordinary times.

    The Ayers thing will only work if the stock market jumps up 20% by November. I don't see it happening.

    From now on out, it really is, “The economy, stupid.”

    McCain and his advisors must plan accordingly.

  • Pirates seize another ship off Somalia

    09/28/2008 3:37:15 PM PDT · 36 of 36
    oceanagirl to george76
    Take this for what it is worth, folks.

    I was just over at that other site to see what was up. Someone started a thread based on a South African report, that my laptop wouldn't load, that the Somali pirates on one of these ships were getting really sick. Chemical or radiation burns, losing hair, etc.

    If there's any truth in this, it doesn't sound good. Particular with the Russian Navy high-tailing it to the Horn of Africa.

    Again, take it for what it's worth.

  • Pirates seize another ship off Somalia

    09/28/2008 3:32:08 PM PDT · 35 of 36
    oceanagirl to george76
    Take this for what it is worth, folks.

    I was just over at that other site to see what was up. Someone started a thread based on a South African report, that my laptop wouldn't load, that the Somali pirates on one of these ships were getting really sick. Chemical or radiation burns, losing hair, etc.

    If there's any truth in this, it doesn't sound good. Particular with the Russian Navy high-tailing it to the Horn of Africa.

    Again, take it for what it's worth.

  • Bristol Palin's boyfriend heads to convention

    09/03/2008 12:02:09 PM PDT · 92 of 117
    oceanagirl to 21stCenturyFreeThinker
    Yes, this young man needs to go back to Alaska right after the convention and go back to school. Bristol needs to finish, too.

    These days, life without at least a high school diploma isn't good.

    Perhaps the possibility of playing college hockey could be dangled in front of Levi at a school where Bristol could go part-time. It is apparently his favorite activity. Surely, someone in the Party could make this happen and offer financial help as well. The Palin family is in the big leagues now and should get big league help.

  • Dems fear Invesco effect(Obama temple)

    08/27/2008 9:26:39 PM PDT · 40 of 106
    oceanagirl to Domandred
    The Kingston Trio doing “Louie, Louie?”

    How about the Isley Brothers doing “Shout?”

    Will Biden be the guy to scream “GATOR?”

  • Has He Lost His Mind? (Obama's Temple)

    08/27/2008 4:20:26 PM PDT · 97 of 294
    oceanagirl to JennysCool
    If Obama wants to pretend to be MLK by speaking from this hokey stage, then he's going to open himself up for the Lloyd Bensen treatment, something like this going viral on YouTube:

    “Senator, I knew Dr. King. I was a friend of Dr. King. And you're no Dr. King.”

    Can you imagine the pissy look on Obama’s face after a comment like that?

  • NEW helicopter view of Obama's Greek Amphitheatre...for his Greek Tragedy Play

    08/27/2008 12:08:30 PM PDT · 44 of 58
    oceanagirl to Bulwinkle

    Where’s the chariot entrance?

    Seriously, this is just sickening.