This right here is funny

I don’t plan on being real productive tonight so this is all you get until I am fully awake tomorrow. Let’s say around noon.

In the mean time follow those directions above.

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99 Responses to This right here is funny

  1. votermom says:

    gizoogle was da bomb

    • DandyTiger says:

      Good analogy. I liked the comment about how Lenny would have never written jokes for the establishment like Stewart and others do today.

  2. wmcb says:

    Some on the right are losing their minds over Rand Paul’s immigration speech.

    If you read carefully what the man actually said, this is not a bad approach. Put the focus on more legal immigration. That needs to be the biggest message on the GOP immigration banner. It does no good to tell people to “get in line and come legally” if the line is practically non-existent for blue collar workers. Manual laborers don’t get issued Visas. Yet poor people with ambition still desperately want to come here, with a determination that is impressive.

    Our border is like a dam being overwhelmed. It has one tiny sluice gate that is far too narrow for the push of water behind it, so the water keeps going around and over. The water also brings with it lots of trash that really shouldn’t be allowed in as well. I don’t advocate tearing down the dam. I advocate bigger and better sluice gates – with a better system for filtering out the criminals and trash. Let more people in legally, and they are on the books, in the system, and you know who and where they are.

    If you grant a “path to citizenship” to those already here, without fixing that outdated, tiny sluice, in a decade we will have yet another big population of illegals to deal with. Conservatives are 100% correct about that, but think more border security is the only way to deal with it. Nope. Yes, we need better security. Absolutely we do. But we’ll continue to have this problem until we build better sluice gates.

    A HUGE part of the reason we have so much illegal immigration is that we have far, FAR too little legal immigration. Tattoo that on your foreheads, GOP, and you can win this issue.

    • votermom says:

      I like what I’ve read of his plan better than the Rubio etc one so far. Of course the Devil is in the details…

    • driguana says:

      Yes, at first all I read was opposition to his proposals but then I actually read what he is proposing and think it is, how shall I say, reasonably conservative or conservatively reasonable…or something like that. You’re right, this should be something that the GOP steps up and leads…not follows and criticizes as is often the case. I would hope now that he will come forward now with a very detailed plan and let the fun begin.

      • votermom says:

        What I don’t like in his speech is his implication about bilingualism – not expecting immigrants to learn english is doing them a big injustice, imo.

        • driguana says:

          Yes, it raises the question of “what lingua”? Still there needs to be some kind of starting point and this seems as good as any. Maybe the strategy should be for Paul and Rubio to get together and refashion a joint position. Rubio is afterall, like Tom Perez, a Latino and, well, maybe that helps…but, of course in the eyes of “progressives” Rubio is nothing more than a Tio Tomas!

    • DeniseVB says:

      I’ve never been against LEGAL immigration, but Rand Paul must be destroyed ! Ha!

      I think he could go the full 24 hours for his next filibuster explaining this and I bet with a full Senate in attendance to knock him down.

  3. votermom says:

    • yttik says:

      I am not comfortable with this new idea that marriage is a “right of citizenship.” I’m all for gay marriage, but you can’t mandate that every single religious organization must support it. Churches can and do refuse to marry heterosexual couples all the time. With marriage now as a “right of citizenship,” refusing to marry people becomes a civil rights violation.

      • myiq2xu says:

        Marriage is a rite.

        • yttik says:

          LOL, precisely. We do not have the right to demand that rites be performed.

        • myiq2xu says:

          I support gay marriage but I don’t believe that churches should be forced to perform them. If they want to that’s up to them. If not, the couple will have to get a civil ceremony.

        • votermom says:

          Yup, that’s my big worry. I didn’t even used to worry about it until Obama started trying to force religions to cover contraceptives, and maybe abortions.
          I guess I am paranoid now about their encroachments on the freedom of religion.

        • gxm17 says:

          Yep. It’s a rite, not a right.

        • votermom says:

          I guess it depends on whether they are asserting that it is a right to be married or a right to choose who to marry (in which case a lot of Indian American parents are SOL)

      • SHV says:

        It’s the civil authorities that marry couples…a religious institution my do their thing but without the correct paper work, it isn’t legal.

      • Propertius says:


        Legalizing gay marriage doesn’t mandate that religious organizations recognize it. The State already recognizes marriages that numerous religious organizations don’t (marriages between divorced people (not recognized by the RCC), marriages between Jews and non-Jews (not recognized by Orthodox Jews)). Just because something is legal doesn’t mean that private organizations (especially private religious organizations) are somehow compelled to approve or even recognize it.

        • votermom says:

          Yeah, one would think, but look at what Obamacare is forcing religious institutions to do.
          This admin has created a massive loss of trust in govt.

        • Propertius says:

          If you’ll note, the Administration has backtracked (pun intended) almost completely on this. They started this whole controversy to whip up the base and portray President Obama ™ as some sort of feminist hero. Once the election was over, they pretty much ran like hell from the mere prospect of a First Amendment fight over Obamacare.

        • votermom says:

          Damage done though to the public understanding.
          Now free contraception is a “right.”

        • Propertius says:

          Well, the larger issue is whether your employer should have control over your healthcare and whether he/she should be forced to pay for practices he/she disagrees with (whether it’s contraception or something else, like blood transfusions for other religious groups). This wouldn’t have been an issue if Obamacare were really about providing healthcare rather than about bailing out the insurance companies. Setting up a false dichotomy between the doctor-patient relationship and the employer-employee relationship was a bad idea to begin with. What treatments a person receives or doesn’t receive is a medical issue – forcing employers to pay for overpriced private health insurance interjects employers into what should otherwise be a private matter between doctor and patient , to the detriment of medical care, personal privacy, and the employer’s rights to his/her own beliefs. It’s a bad deal all around.

    • myiq2xu says:

      Because murder isn’t.

    • HELENK says:

      I know the Catholic Church does not recognize a second marriage if you were married in the church and divorced. You can have it annulled ask the Kennedy’s. A priest refused my mom the last rites due to this . If you are not married in the church the marriage is not recognized. So while many people are making a big thing out of it only being gay marriage it is not. It is about the sacrament of marriage

  4. votermom says:

  5. wmcb says:

    This is true regardless of which one is in the lead domino spot:

  6. Mary says:

    OT: Harry Reid has told Diane Feinstein that her assault weapons legislation will NOT be included in the general gun control Senate bill—-she can propose as an amendment only.
    (won’t pass, which Harry knew)

    Apparently she didn’t tell Reid “I’m not in the 6th grade.” (snort)

  7. HELENK says:

    another thing involved in the Cyprus bank account take over. this could really get interesting Russian Mafia

  8. HELENK says:

    you know that legal tax break you got 4 years ago, well never mind we changed our minds and now you owe with interest.

  9. myiq2xu says:

    Via Legal Insurrection:

    The College Democrats and College Libertarians took the podium for a lively ideological debate on Thursday evening in the Old University Union.

    The debate was held town-hall style, with all the questions coming from the audience. Each side, which consisted of five debaters, was given four minutes to answer each question, followed by a two-minute rebuttal.

    The night was full of intense, and often heated, back and forth. Tensions escalated after the moderator, Philip Yuen, who writes for Pipe Dream’s News section, posed a question about national security and drones.

    Andrew Schwartz, a libertarian debater, argued that Obama’s use of drones is unconstitutional and un-American.

    “Do you really want the government to kill people before they have a chance to defend themselves without the right to a trial, without the right to an attorney?” Schwartz said. “It flies against everything this country stands for.”

    Travis Sloboda, a junior majoring in political science, countered Schwartz with an ill-received degree of intensity.

    “Delusion!” Sloboda shouted. “Are you kidding me? As soon as Obama takes advantage of the national supremacy clause or the elastic clause you got a problem with it. Are you forgetting that you are supposed to be socially liberal?”

    Sloboda had to be calmed by members of his own team.

  10. HELENK says:

    last week is was why lesbians are fat, this week it is why lesbians are drunks.
    what has the federal government have against lesbians, they don’t need birth control??

  11. HELENK says:

    harry ried that useless POS just used the deaths of the marines at the Hawthorn army depot to argue about the sequester

  12. HELENK says:

    #Breaking: Cyprus overwhelmingly rejects tax on bank deposits, throwing bailout into doubt

  13. yttik says:

    What is this obsession with Glenn Beck? Is he even on TV anymore? All the talking heads are talking about Beck obsessively. He must have hit a nerve somewhere. I was just trying to see what the weather was going to do and instead I was subjected to a 20 minute rant about Beck on 3 channels. I still don’t know what the weather is going to do, but apparently Beck should have his free speech card revoked.

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