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Monday, January 17, 2011

Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders USO Show!

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Here'a a three part recording of a USO show the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders presented to the Airmen, Soldiers, Marines and Sailors stationed or visiting Osan AB in Republic of South Korea this past December. They performed on a Wednesday night before a packed house at the Osan Air Base theater. Staff Sgt. Steven Poppell attended and answered a few questions about the show and USO tours.

Liberals Lament: Tucson Shooting Fails to End the Right-Wing Media!

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Rush Limbaugh January 17, 2011:
"Two things are clear from Saturday's ABC News town hall meeting in Tucson. One: Tucsonans are eager to move forward and recover from last week's horrible shooting rampage." Oh. Let me find this. It's a story from the New York Times, Matt Bai. Only in the New York Times would you see this. "After Tucson, Is the Anger Gone?" Now, this is presented as a news article, not an editorial or even a sermon. But we are too stupid, apparently, to receive the flash of clarity this shooting provided us, so the New York Times has to tell us what it all meant. The headline, "After Tucson, Is the Anger Gone?" And here's one of the pull quotes. "If the shooting didn’t feel like the turning point in the civic life of the nation that some of us had imagined it might become, then it may be because such turning points aren’t always immediately evident. Or maybe it’s because the murder suspect appeared to have no obvious ideology, his crime an imperfect parable for the consequences of political rhetoric."

Complete text at: http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/daily/site_011711/content/01125106.guest.html

Courtesy http://www.tobytoons.com

Take a moment to enjoy this EIB Sheriff Dupnik Parody:
(Click on link) I'm Not a Sheriff


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Yet another source of tax revenue for your Uncle Sam:

If a proposed bill becomes law in New Jersey, bicyclists will have to pay to register bikes or face a fine.

The bill, introduced by Democratic New Jersey assemblywoman Cleopatra Tucker of Essex, requires owners to register bikes with the Motor Vehicle Commission for $10 dollars a piece or face fines up to $100. A license plate would be issued and will have to be displayed when riding on public roads. Plates would be valid for two years.

Text Courtesy: http://www.newzzcafe.com/

Chris Christie: I'm not arrogant enough to believe I have experience for the White House!

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Chris Christie told Chris Wallace on FOX News Sunday, "I'm not arrogant enough to believe that after one year of serving I have the experience to be President." He also notes that he is committed to finishing his term in New Jersey before seeking any Presidential aspirations. Kudos to Gov. Christie!

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