Archive for January, 2011
I suppose it was all of these things about you, building up slowly… and yet… and yet…. Whenever I’d leave you, after depositing a C-note or two in the register by the door, I’d think, “No more. No more. We can’t go on meeting like this.” But in a couple of weeks, my yearning for you would rise like the yearning I often have for a Korean massage. And I’d be back, slipping into your embrace, and always…. after scraping the detritus of my plate into the garbage a few hours later… I’d feel used. Even after a shower.
But today was it.
That’s enough. We’re over. Finito. Kaput.
..OR owe MUCHO in additional taxes. Hosni decides to hold “talks”.
Senator Schumer… the House and Senate are both part of the same branch of government: the Legislative Branch.
Oh, and by the way… you sit on the Senate Committee that oversees the third branch: The Judiciary.
Where do they get these guys?
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says undercover New York investigators illegally purchased semi-automatic pistols in Arizona, not long after the mass shooting in Tucson. He says it exposes a “dangerous gap” in federal gun laws.
Tip for you Mikey. Move to Israel and spend your probably ill gotten finances, protecting Jews, huh.
In short, at some point soon, we are going to have to come out and express our support for a non-Islamist constitutional state, period — without any Carter-esque talk of “moderate” Islamists.
Read the whole thing..
Report: Immigration law not enforced consistently
ATLANTA (AP) – Some local law enforcement agencies, particularly in the Southeast, are turning over illegal immigrants who commit even minor offenses to federal authorities for deportation, while others are focused on deporting more violent criminals, according to a report released Monday. The…
Iran summons American woman for Feb. 6 trial
TEHRAN, Iran (AP) – Iran has summoned an American woman to return to the country and stand trial on Feb. 6 along with two other Americans still in custody and accused of spying after crossing the border from Iraq, a judiciary spokesman said Monday. Their families say the Americans were just…
“Carter calls Egyptian crisis ‘most profound situation in the Middle East since I left office’”
The former president, who performs work throughout the world for fair elections through The Carter Center in Atlanta, said this was not a revolution “orchestrated by extremist Muslims”.
“The Muslim brotherhood has stayed out of it,” Carter said.