The pope wore a sombrero in Mexico.
Tim Tebow will play for the New York Jets.
The Supreme Court is about to perform an exorcism on Obamacare.
The hand of God is at work and Rick Santorum had to go and ruin everything by using a swear word in front of his daughter when he was verbally reprimanding a New York Times reporter.
News commentators were saying that Santorum lost his cool. This is shocking. Not that Santorum lost his cool, but that there are people out there who think Rick Santorum is cool. If you said this sentence aloud: “When Rick Santorum campaigned in Puerto Rico, the weather was not balmy but unseasonably cool.” That would be the first and only time Rick Santorum and the word cool were used in the same sentence.
And that’s no bull – - – -, Rick.
Meanwhile, the Manchurian Candidate in our White House is in South Korea (yes, Princess Photo-Op Palin, there is a North and South Korea, and the South is the good part.) President Jesus Hater is making deals with the Ruskies. He told Russian president what’s-his-name that once he gets re-elected he’ll divulge Top Secret info and make us all Stalinists, because socialism was so first term.
Obama was caught in an open mic moment with his Ruskie co-hort and Mitt Romney went all John Wayne in a 1950s movie “I Married a Pinko” mode. Someone want to dig up the dead bones of Dick Nixon, please?
Mitt’s “Red Menace” nostalgic moment wasn’t even met well with House Speaker John Boehner, who said while a president is overseas, you don’t knock him ‘cos you’d be knockin’ the country. A diplomatic moment on Boehner’s part. Let’s hope that by tomorrow, Thursday at the latest, he doesn’t back-track on the statesmanship because he was pressured by Fox News and America’s Bully, Rush Limbaugh.
There’s no question that Romney, whose health care law while he was governor of Massachussetts was the template for Obamacare, isn’t saying much about the health care debate in the hallowed chambers of the Supreme Court.
Don’t expect the justices to side with the president on this one. They’re likely to declare it unconstitutional. This is the same court that gave the nation Citizens United, which spawned the Super PAC, which is in the position of buying the presidency for the wealthy so they can gut Medicare and, well, you know the rest.
Besides, Chief Justice John Roberts got a “no, don’t confirm him” vote from then Sen. Barack Obama.
Payback time. It’s the opposite of a classic line from “The Godfather”: It’s not business, it’s personal.
But the pope wore a sombrero in Mexico.
OK, he might have looked silly because he wears what some (I’m talking to you, Bill Maher) think are funny hats all the time.
Better than wearing a “hoodie.”
That’ll get you shot if you’re a black kid in certain sections of Florida.
And it’ll be your fault because you dress like a gangsta, according to Geraldo Rivera.
You’re just as guilty as the guy going all point blank on you.
Geraldo has since retracted his idiotic, Fox Newsness. His son told him he wears a “hoodie” and is dark-skinned and could himself get shot by a “Stand Your Ground” patriot.
A little different when it could hit home.
It would be a unique sign of solidarity and would bring the country closer together if the justices showed up on Wednesday for the final arguments over Obamacare dressed not in robes, but “hoodies.”
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