Dear !: You were supposed to be "the smart one." So, before you get yourself deeper in dog doo-doo. Bottom line: "he kept us safe" doesn't pass the smell test. I suggest you sing a different (swan?) song.
Cast iron and chocolate make a glorious union.
You'd think if there were anyone who'd understand the Black Lives Matter protests, it would be former FEMA Secretary Michael "Heckuva-a-Job" Brownie, who resigned in disgrace after botching the response to the Katrina disaster. But, alas, no.
We caught "Brownie," as Bush called him, on the air saying he doesn't want "stupid people" to vote, because they're "more likely than not to vote for a Democrat."
Perfect brownies are within your reach.
"Who's ready for cookies?" our troop leader mercifully jumps in. We snack and check out our bird collages, then the Daisies
The smart move for the GOP would be to stop threatening to shut the government down once and for all, and to stop endangering the national economy with these absurd farces that would crash the economy if these threats even prevailed, which they will not.
But, if Romney's statements, Ryan's budget, and the budget actually passed by the House Tea Party are not exposed and commented upon, the silent treatment will work. How many times, and for how long, can a news broadcast or newspaper say that Romney "ain't sayin'"?
"I was in the unemployment office, watching all the Friday afternoon casualties coming in and I realized I couldn’t work for someone else, give them 150 percent and let this happen again. But I couldn’t give less than 150 percent. So I had to work for myself."
These rich and chocolaty, not too sweet little babies are perfect for gathering around the set with your friends while you dish on costumes, rate the speeches and drool over you-know-who.
After obsessing over Muslim background of suspected Times Square bomber, media becomes enlightened and religiously tolerant, and overlooks fact that the man who helped foil bomb plot was Muslim.
The task awaiting Obama was massive. And yet, there is a rush to decide how he's doing after 100 days. Donnie Walsh gets two years to revive the Knicks, but the president only gets 100 days to fix the country?