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Early Morning Double Round up

Here's a little something to read with your morning (insert beverage of choice).

  • Denial is a river Harry Reid still in denial. Poor guy. There's therapy for that. (Via CQ)

  • What goodwill tour? Bush 41 says he has no idea what Bill Clinton is talking about. (Via Lucianne)

  • Something for tht kid who has everything Here's a great stocking stuffer idea It's on sale in Britain. Get your copy now. /sarcasm (Via Sweetness and Light)

  • Here Nessie Nessie Nessie! Well, that's a new one. Alleged terrorist hunting for the Loch Ness monster. New recruits are so very hard to find. (Via LGF)

  • Double tier fence now single Fence budget cut, but gives $10m emergency funding to illegal immigrants' defense lawyers. (Via Michelle Malkin)

  • Fred Alert Fred Thompson makig a major move in Iowa. It's the quiet ones you have to watch. (Via Town Hall)

  • Our Hero Navy saves girl whose appendix ruptured while she was on a cruise. That's our guys! (Via The Conservative Voice)

  • Target Destroyed Japan shoots down a simulated North Korean missile. (Via IBD)

  • Fred Alert Take 2 Congressman Steve King Endorses Fred Thompson. (Via Fred08)

  • You're a mean one Mr. Grinch! Harry Reid plans to keep congress in session over the holidays to keep President Bush from making recess appointments. (Via Lucianne)

  • We support our troops. Not. Congressman Jim Moran tells Congress "Sure, there's less violence, but that's because we've ethnically cleansed most of Baghdad." during the funding debate. (Via CQ and The Corner)

  • And they give in again More funds for the troops on its way. (Via Sister Toldjah)

  • Incandescent Light Bulb Banned Among some of the things in the 'energy bill' passed by Congress today. Oddly enough there wasn't much about actual energy. (Via Newsbusters)


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    Your link about the navy co... (Below threshold)

    Your link about the navy coming to the rescue of the girl on the cruise reminded me of something that happened to us almost 30 years ago. When we lived in Key West my husband was in an accident that fractured his skull. That same night there was another accident on the 7 mile bridge that prevented and ambulance from transporting him to a hospital in Miami that was better equipped to care for him. The bridge was still out of commission ten hours later. As his condition deteriorated we were frantic and who came to the rescue? The United States Navy. They loaded him and I onto a helicopter without a second thought and had us there in 45 minutes.

    Congressman Jim Mo... (Below threshold)
    langtry:
    Congressman Jim Moran tells Congress "Sure, there's less violence, but that's because we've ethnically cleansed most of Baghdad." during the funding debate.
    Is he out of his god-forsaken mind????? Shouldn't a statement like that, made so glibly, be worthy of censure on the House floor????? When, oh when are we ever going to be free of Baby Boomers and their 'unique' (and entirely unchanged for nearly forty years) way of looking at the world?????
    Is he out of his god-for... (Below threshold)
    Brian:

    Is he out of his god-forsaken mind?????

    Poorly worded, in that it suggests that we actually engaged in the acts ourselves. We didn't, but we did allow it to happen.

    If only Brian could be dumb... (Below threshold)

    If only Brian could be dumb-assally cleansed....

    Cave Troll 2008:... (Below threshold)
    langtry:

    Cave Troll 2008:

    In the minds of people like Brian, we (the US, that is) are omnipotent, and simultaneously incompetent.

    It boggles the mind.

    As expected, insults instea... (Below threshold)
    Brian:

    As expected, insults instead of intelligence. Carry on.

    As expected, insults ins... (Below threshold)
    Veeshir:

    As expected, insults instead of intelligence. Carry on
    Brian, that's about as succinct a description of you and your comments I've seen.
    Bravo.

    You invite abuse, it's rude not to accept it.

    See, this is what's wrong w... (Below threshold)

    See, this is what's wrong with America today. "Beverage of choice," indeed! We won WWII by drinking coffee, doggonit, not by sipping herbal teas or carbonated soft drinks.

    ;-)

    Langtry ~ Yes, Moran is out of his mind. He has repeatedly demonstrated this over the years - not just with statements, but with actions which would get you or I locked up.

    lol! Would that be decaf or... (Below threshold)

    lol! Would that be decaf or the fully caffeinated variety,or heaven forbid the half caff stuff I saw the other day?

    Moran is my congressman. <b... (Below threshold)
    Veeshir:

    Moran is my congressman.
    I wrote in Meryl Yourish last election.

    My little sister is station... (Below threshold)

    My little sister is stationed on the USS Ronald Reagan, and because one of her friends is one of the medical people, she was able to visit and meet the poor girl. She said she is very sweet, but could have been because she was quite doped up at the time, lol.

    Melissa -<a href="... (Below threshold)

    Melissa -

    http://www.koffeekorner.com/brewing_coffee_in_the_navy.htm

    "Just how pale and insipid shoreside coffee is when compared with robust Navy joe is illustrated by an incident which occurred when a lady invited two hash-marked sailors to "tea." Having heard than Navy men like their coffee strong, she added an extra amount of coffee and allowed it to boil twice as long as normal. The visitors nodded approvingly when the beverage was served. When time came to leave, one turned gallantly to his hostess and remarked, "Ma'am, I wanna tell you that was the finest tea I've ever tasted." "




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