Thursday, November 8, 2012

Our Wacky World—11/8/2012

Shock-horror! Obama thanks Satan on live TV! (this is a must-see).

[Once again it is clear that I cannot rely on my 2.5 readers to point out incorrect links. While the video linked above is amusing, the correct one deserves a viewing as well.]

Well, the 'lection is over and Obama won. Heads are exploding all over the place. Take, for example, Donald Trump:
"Donald Trump, who has driven well past the last exit to relevance and veered into something closer to irresponsible here, is tweeting tonight. Here's a sampling..."
Mail Online

Mr. Irrelevant

But before that epochal hissy fit there was the matter of Obama's nose job:
"In the aftermath of Donald Trump’s challenge to Obama to release his college and passport records in exchange for a $5 million donation to Obama’s charities, here’s another secret from Obama’s life of mystery and make-believe."

That's a very interesting sentence, BTW. It's sort of like saying "After someone accused you of being a fraud, here's a picture of you looking like your dog". But wait, I see a link to a piece by "Uncle" Ben Kinchlow, Pat Robertson's former Afro-American co-star. He's quoting an anonymous female acquaintance:
"Any woman who is so shallow as to not see through the disdain for her gender and disregard for her intelligence by the relentless push to fall in line with the ideology of the left are as blind as those black Americans who can’t see the perpetual racial slight-of-hand being foisted upon them, regardless of how much information is available pointing to truth; truth, I might add, of which they are both willingly ignorant. If those women don’t wake up and learn what a real man is before Nov. 6, then they can continue to anticipate being treated like the second class citizens the liberals so passionately claim they are."
You can sort of see why most women didn't go for Romney. Note the quack medical links (see StemTech below). (Ben Kinchlow Blog)

You're a looney
"Yet, lawyer and Fox News Anchor Greta Van Susteren has defended the threats against international monitors: 'The election is none of their business. We ought to be able to police our own election.' Of course, that is precisely the same argument used in Iran, China, and other countries. It is another example of what is often referred to as 'American Exceptionalism' that we are simply unique and above the rules that we apply to other nations."
Turley's Blog

vote for Jesus was one less vote for Mitt Romney. They racked up over 2 million pledges. And Obama won by how many votes? Scary, huh?

*** End Politics ***

"When the child refused to take the antibiotics and continued to have problems eating, the doctor reportedly advised the Staats to take the child to another medical professional or a hospital, according to the police report. The doctor reportedly described the boy's condition as critical. Michelle Staats allegedly told police she prayed about whether she should take the child to a hospital... When she thought about taking the boy to the hospital, she got an upset stomach. She allegedly interpreted the upset stomach as a sign from God she should continue trying to treat the child herself."
Columbia Basin Herald

"They called police which came right over . . . and arrested the couple in front of their nine-year-old child. They say it was the local Clayton police who were abusive — grabbing their phone and yelling at them. They told Keeley to stop lying and that they knew no one broke into the home. It is not clear why Keeley would call to report his own drugs."
Turley's Blog

As promised above, yet another woo company with a multi-level marketing scheme:
"StemEnhance is an important part of daily adult stem cell nutrition and works best when used in tandem with StemFlo®, which supports the healthy circulation of adult stem cells and nutrients, and ST-5 with MigraStem™, which supports the ability of adult stem cells to migrate into tissue.* 
"*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA."

"In 2001, a citizen's group filed a suit in California objecting to 30 claims Cell Tech had made in brochures or on its Web site. In February 2003, the judge ruled that all of the challenged statements were deceptive. He banned their further use in California and ordered Cell Tech to refund the full purchase price to California consumers who purchased its algae products between October 1997 and September 2002"
MLM Watch

So what they're selling is potentially toxic algae. BTW, a list that I'm on was recently invaded by some bizarroid with a StemTech email domain. He proceeded to annoy me and everyone else. Do you suppose there's a connection?

Election over. Nothing else to see here. Cue the campaign for 2016...

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