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Barack’s Christmas List Discovered

Emboldened by the folks who released the data and e-mails creating the Climategate scandal (except for the United States) someone has accessed White House computers and has found President Barack Obama’s Christmas List.  Rumor is that Obama is still a Christian even thought he had to be guilted into putting up the White House nativity Magic Obamaballscene.  The list was partially released to The Garlic web site who leaked only one of the items on his list. 

Based on recent Rasmussen presidential polls, most Americans are thinking he is more naughy than nice so the jury is still out on whether he will get this gift. 

Schooljail Rock by B.H. Obama

Obama threw a party in the public school,
The NEA was plannin’ some work for kids.
The organizer boy from Illinois went crash, boom, bang,
The teacher’s union was a complicit gang.
Lets praise Obama, lets praise.
Everybody in the whole schoolhouse
Was dancin’ to the schooljail rock.

Schooljail Rock

Obama threw a party in the public school.
The students were there and they began to wail.
Praisin’ Barack and the joint began to swing.
You shouldve heard those young kids sing.
Lets praise Obama, lets praise.
Everybody in the whole schoolhouse
Was dancin to the schooljail rock.

No Holds Barred

UN_Fish_USAThe 24-hour news cycle is buzzing about the G20 summit hosted by the citizens of the Greater Pittsburgh area and the speeches earlier in the week by numerous world leaders (and I HATE to call most of them leaders) at the United Nations.  It was the usual bunch of blowhards, thugs, and apologists making claims and promising changes that will never happen.  One of the most frightening things suggested is “a new world order” giving even more power to the various un-elected dictators (and many who were “elected”) who rule with an iron fist.

S.S. Minnow Politics

rendell and obamaIf you are my age and you had a television, you probably grew up watching Gilligan’s Island.  I always thought that MaryAnn was more attractive than Ginger.  The series showed the exploits of a ship-wrecked crew of the S.S. Minnow as they tried to get off of a deserted island.  The two main characters were Gilligan, the bumbling first mate, and the Skipper, the experienced sea captain.  The Skipper was always mentoring (and that is before the term “mentor” was really mainstream) Gilligan to be a better seaman.