Monday Open Thread

"The great proof of madness is the disproportion of one's designs to one's means."

–Napoleon Bonaparte

13 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. Duke Cox says:

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    This is truly pathetic….

     

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    The GOP echo chamber has done its work….

     

     

     

    • Conserv. Head Banger says:

      About 6 years ago, I was watching Bill O'Reilly on Fox News. He said he had gotten a lot of comments that Obama had not been born in the US. He said, paraphrased, "I'm going to answer this one last time." He then held up, and the camera zoomed in, to an announcement on about August 6 in the Honolulu newspaper of the birth of baby boy Obama in a Honolulu hospital.

      I continue to be amused at the whoe birther controversy. So the newspaper announcement was forged? Extremely unlikely; after all, who could have predicted that a new baby would eventually be the President.

      Regards,   C.H.B.    (AC/DC Rules!)

    • BlueCat says:

      This may have to do with the the break down of  Fox viewers and the fact that the more Fox you view, the stupider you get, regardless of O'Really's occasional and brief moments of non-idiocy.

  2. Duke Cox says:

    sorry for all the extra stuff. My incompetence rears its ugly head once again.

  3. FrankUnderwood says:

    I'm guessing the next step in their demented thinking is to demand a DNA test to determine if President Obama is actually human.  I wouldn't be surprised if the Donald and Snowbank Snookie put that demand out there next.

  4. BlueCat says:

    Guess the last he heard was when his mommy told him that babies come from mommies' tummies?

    During a debate over an anti-abortion bill, a Republican lawmaker in Idaho asked Monday whether women can just swallow a tiny camera in order to conduct a gynecological exam remotely with a doctor.

    According to the Associated Press, Idaho Rep. Vito Barbieri (R) posed the bizarre question to Dr. Julie Madsen, who was testifying against a bill that would ban doctorsfrom prescribing medication abortion via webcam unless they have examined the woman in person. Madsen had to explain to Barbieri that swallowed items, like pills, do not land in the vagina.

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