First the readings at mass this week and now this: "Holy mackerel!" Adam Andrzejewski said when I called him just now after learning that he'd been endorsed by Rush Limbaugh this afternoon on the nation's No. 1 radio program. Tea Parties, Lech Walesa, Scott Brown, The tribune not reporting on him all coincidences, doesn't mean … Continue reading One coincidence after another…
I wonder if they will have any comment on this at the meeting tomorrow? According to a police report filed at the scene, supported by several witnesses, the following interaction took place between Miss Rose and the uniformed Planned Parenthood escort: Rose, from the public sidewalk: “Sir, are you familiar with the abortion procedure?” Escort … Continue reading Well this story might make things interesting tomorrow
but I have a funny feeling that the bluster from Iran getting the headlines is simply to draw a reaction A feint to see what we will do. Again it's just a hunch, but better safe than sorry.
Today I asked for the definition of "Christianist” among other things from our friends on the left after a post at a blog called: "Joe my God". No answer on that one yet but perhaps the answer can best be given from another post from the same site backed up by Americablog and a group … Continue reading The “Shadowy National prayer breakfast?”
Do you remember the movie The Mouse that Roared? It was about a country that decided that the best way to get itself into shape was to be taken over by the US after being defeated in "war" (unfortunately things get mucked for them as they accidentally win). Apparently they haven't much left in Haiti … Continue reading Haiti and the Mouse that Roared
A while back I talked about Crazy Uncles, the proposition that 1% of any given population is composed of "Crazy Uncles" people who might be normal in a bunch of ways but whose views are very out there. In any crowd you are going to have some crazy uncles. At the Boston Tea Party there … Continue reading Crazy Uncle Syndrome strikes again