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My wife is right, I am anal retentive...., so now I keep a can of WD-40 next to the toilet! (Sometimes I feel like I'm just a bobble-head on the highway of life!)
Thursday, September 10, 2015
Republicans sue Obama for "Governing While Black!"
I'm sure you have all heard of the cases where a black person was stopped by the cops for "driving while black!"
WELL NOW WE'VE GO A NEW ONE FOR YA BUNKY!
WASHINGTON -- House Speaker John Bonner (R-Ohio) said Thursday that all options are on the table in the fight to stop the Iran nuclear deal from moving forward, including suing the president. Bonner said a lawsuit against President Barack Obama over the deal is "an option that is very possible.”
Yup, the GOP has come up with a brand new way to piss off Obama while he's still in office ..............., "governing while black!"
OK, now here's a headline I really don't understand: "What Kim Davis Could Learn From Monica Lewinsky!"
How to give good blow-jobs?
This story reminds me of an old song called : "Baby how'd we ever get this way!"
The Canadian Press
Published Thursday, September 10, 2015 3:50PM EDT
Last Updated Thursday, September 10, 2015 10:09PM EDT
The father of a three-year-old Syrian boy whose body washed up on a Turkish beach has told a German newspaper that he blames Canadian authorities for the tragedy that also killed his wife and another son.
Abdullah Kurdi told Die Welt that he does not understand why Canada rejected his application for asylum, although Citizenship and Immigration Canada received no such application from the man.
"I wanted to move (to Canada) with my family and with my brother who is currently in Germany," Kurdi told Die Welt in a telephone interview. "But they denied us permission and I don't know why."
FOLKS, THE WHOLE STORY IS BASED ON THE LIE THAT HE APPLIED TO COME HERE, AND YET: In Canada, mayors, premiers and private citizens alike have rallied to the cause and urged the federal government to welcome more Syrian refugees. The crisis has also become one of the dominant issues in the ongoing federal election campaign, with opposition parties pressuring Prime Minister Stephen Harper to expedite the process for refugee resettlement.
On Thursday, it appeared the growing chorus of Canadians and provincial and local politicians willing to open their pocketbooks and homes could be prompting the government to make a move.
"We will move forward with some plans on that in the very near future," Harper said at a rally in Prince Edward Island when asked what specific measures were being taken to get people moving.
"Let me assure you that the position of this government has been we have been the world leader in refugee resettlement and we intend to do that in a responsible way, a responsible and affordable way for Canadians."
After the tragedy, Kurdi returned to Syria to bury his family, saying he no longer wanted to come to Canada.
(YUP, THAT'S THE MEDIA'S SPIN ON THIS STORY KID ....., CANADA IS THE BAD GUY BECAUSE SOME KID DROWNED ON A BEACH IN EUROPE! -Ed.)