Monday, April 17, 2006

So many links, so litte time

At Reload thehim has a couple of items you might have missed. This is the most frightening footage I've seen in a long time. It certainly sheds some light on how the White House gets away with its blatant misrepresentations.

And then there's this little bit of high-def idiocy. Hope you feel safer in Manhattan after reading this one.

The rest of the links are via Avedon, who always makes me wonder why I bother to blog when she has the world so well covered, Maru notices the new US embassy in Iraq is slated to be the size of Vatican City.

Recovering Liberal assembles a really long list of value-based perverts. Here's just one.
Republican anti-gay activist Earl “Butch” Kimmerling of Anderson, Indiana was sentenced to 40 years in prison for molesting an 8-year old girl after he attempted to stop a gay couple from adopting her.

...Their major similarity is that they are Republican Conservative Christian activists who have made their mark by preaching family values while performing unspeakable acts of perversion, many with minors.
Think Progress tells us the political climate is changing and with a strong pushback right now, the estate tax repeal can be beat.

The King of Zembla looks down from his royal seat and declares -- screw the tax regs.

In case you missed this, the NSA had a good little helper in ATT for their domestic surveillance of law-abiding citizens.

I kind of lost track of this because I was working a lot of hours at the time so a belated congratulations to all the Koufax Winners. A fine bunch of bloggers received the awards and don't miss Roxy's post that won best of humor I think. A treat for Malkin fans.

And for the aging hippies, this one is priceless. A video of a Rice Krispies ad done by Rolling Stones in 1964.
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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's another link:

http://jollyvillepictures.cf.huffingtonpost.com/

12:42:00 AM  
Anonymous Libby said...

Link is broken anon.

10:09:00 AM  

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