Saturday, August 04, 2007

Barack, Arugala and Adel Iowa

Via Bloodthirsty Liberal

How not to campaign in Iowa

"Anybody gone into Whole Foods lately and see what they charge for arugula? I mean, they’re charging a lot of money for this stuff." --Barack Obama, Friday in Adel, Iowa

Couple of problems here:

1) There are no Whole Foods stores in Iowa, so chances are no one from
Adel had "gone into" one lately.

2) Iowa grows mostly corn. Agricultural commodity issues are vrey
important here, but
arugala isn't likely as critical to Iowans
as corn.

Maybe next time barACK can say it right. It's a Vejh. It. Ah. Buhll.

Pelosi, Most Stupid Statement of the Year

House Forms Special Panel Over Alleged Stolen Vote

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) accused Republicans
of blatant obstructionism.

"They've just been deluged by the success of the Democrats on behalf of
the American people," she said.

I've heard that Ahmadinejad actually believes the crap he spouts. Maybe the San Francisco Treat does too.

I mean, how does she say that with a straight face? How can 16 words be so wrong on so many levels?

Translation: I'm a delusional dame deluged by a do-nothing Congress being devoid of depth.

UPDATE: It is also the most laughable.

Black Muslims Murder Editor Because of Stories About Their Murder Record

Murder, mayhem, smashing other's inventory, sodomy, rape and a neighborhood bakery.

7 Arrested in Death of Oakland Newspaper Editor
A day after a prominent newspaper editor was shot to death downtown,
the police here on Friday arrested seven men and seized several weapons that
they suspected were used in his killing and those of two other

Oakland police officials said they suspected that the men were part of a group operating “a very violent criminal enterprise” out of a neighborhood bakery.

The arrests came after a predawn raid by SWAT teams at the bakery,
the Your Black Muslim Bakery, and three bakery-owned properties, where the
police found several firearms, including the gun they believe was used to kill
the editor, Chauncey Bailey, of the weekly Oakland Post.

Mr. Bailey, 57, was shot several times at close range on Thursday
morning at a busy intersection near the Alameda County courthouse here. He had
been working on an article for the newspaper about possible links between the
bakery and several killings in the area, said Walter Riley, a lawyer for the
newspaper’s publisher, Paul Cobb.

I love the smell of baked goods in the morning. It smells like victims.