Day: May 9, 2010

SEIU Has A New President (And You Are All A*******)

Here - allow me to let you use my barf bucket as you listen to the new president of SEIU, Mary Kay Henry speak about how evil the descendants of immigrants are because we are mean to illegal aliens and want them to stop breaking our laws and use the front door like our ancestors did. "The time to organize is now when a nation of immigrants seeks to criminalize and disenfranchise new immigrants who share the same hopes and dreams of all workers to provide for their families, and to give their children a shot at a better future."…
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Legendary Lena Horne Crosses Over

Take a moment to remember the legendary Lena Horne who has passed away today at the age of 92. Legendary singer Lena Horne dies NEW YORK -- Lena Horne, the enchanting jazz singer and actress who reviled the bigotry that allowed her to entertain white audiences but not socialize with them, slowing her rise to Broadway superstardom, died Sunday. She was 92. Horne died at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, according to hospital spokeswoman Gloria Chin. Chin would not release any other details. Horne, whose striking beauty and magnetic sex appeal often overshadowed her sultry voice, was remarkably candid about the underlying reason…
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Obama/Soetoro Nominates A Kindred Spirit

As Rev. Manning so aptly put, the 'long-legged Mack daddy' is about to choose a person with no 'bench time' to sit on the SCOTUS.  Did anyone expect anything less from the fraud and interloper who continues to pretend to be a Constitutional law professor?  Did anyone expect anything BUT this from the guy who isn't qualified to be president? If I was not so worried about the impending financial holocaust descending on Europe and the rest of the world (and peoples' reaction to it), AND millions of gallons of oil being pumped into our oceans, I would write more…
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We Are Sliding Into The Abyss

No joke kids. EU Preps $645 Billion Fund to Fight ‘Wolfpack,’ Debt Crisis May 10 (Bloomberg) -- European Union finance ministers moved toward agreement on an unprecedented loan package worth at least $645 billion to prevent Greece’s fiscal woes from triggering a broader sovereign-debt crisis and shattering confidence in the euro. Jolted into action by last week’s slide in the currency to a 14-month low and soaring bond yields in Portugal and Spain, the 16 euro governments sketched out plans to make 440 billion euros ($570 billion) available, with 60 billion euros more from the EU’s budget, according to three…
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