Friday, October 12, 2007

Gore Garners Merchant Of Death Prize

These are recent Nobel Peace Prize winners. Malcontents, sore losers and terrorists.

Not a bunch I'd liked to be lumped in with.

One had lust in his heart

One got busted by a boy tart

And one is a blustering fart

Oh, all three have had a significant problem with the truth.

Hot Dogs, The Pentagon and The USSR

Cafe Ground Zero: Serving up Nuked Food for over 50 Years

The hot dog stand in the Pentagon's center courtyard, which long has
been a source of Cold War intrigue, will be torn down in the coming months and
replaced with a new eating facility.

"Rumor has it that during the Cold War the Russians never had any less
than two missiles aimed at this hot dog stand," said Brett Eaton, an information
and communications officer for Washington Headquarters Services. "They thought
this was the Pentagon's most top secret meeting room, and the entire Pentagon
was a large fortress built around this hot dog stand."

Reportedly, by using satellite imagery, the Soviets could see groups of
U.S. military officers entering and exiting the hot dog stand at about the same
time every day. They concluded that the stand was the entrance to an underground

Democrats/NASCAR, Oil/Water?

Those "we love everybody" Dems and Libs are at it again...

Congress considersConcord hazardous?
NASCAR fans might seem rabid, but are they actually contagious?

Getting a hepatitis shot is standard procedure for travelers
to parts of Africa and Asia, but some congressional aides were instructed to get
immunized before going to Lowe's Motor Speedway in Concord and the racetrack in Talladega, Ala.

The House Homeland Security Committee planned a fact-finding trip
about public health preparedness at mass gatherings and decided to conduct the
research at two of the nation's most heavily attended sporting events, NASCAR's
Bank of America 500 event this weekend and the UAW-Ford 500 last

Staff who organized the trips advised the NASCAR-bound aides to get
a range of vaccines before attending -- hepatitis A, hepatitis B, tetanus,
diphtheria and influenza.

I guess even with 10's of millions of dollars at stake for programs and projects for buying votes, the Dems still don't get it. Like when they called King Petty a drunk.

Maybe there are hard feelings lingering since I heard Billy Clinton booed at Darlington and Ronald Reagan cheered wildly by a monster crowd years before.

Yep, that NASCAR crowd is stoopid, but are they dangerous?