Listen to Ron Paul‘s remarks. Get ready for the economic earth quake of a life time. Ron Paul comments on World Bank and Poverty.
“Forgive and Forget” Won’t Fix Third World Debt
Since Barack Obama announced he would run for president, there have been stories of assassination plots. On October 27, 2008, it was reported that the ATF uncovered a plot by neo-Nazi skinheads to assassinate Obama. The two men arrested, Paul Schlesselman and Daniel Cowart, planned on going on a “killing spree” at an African American high school and then assassinating Obama.
Concerns over a possible assassination attempt have been increasing since Obama won the Iowa caucus in January 2008. Obama, his wife Michelle and their children have been under Secret Service protection since that time. 2008 is also the 40th anniversary of the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, when he was a presidential candidate.
You can get Keep Obama Alive t-shirts here. The site sells more than just shirts, you can also get mugs, tracksuits, buttons, stickers, hats, and my favorite… the thong. I’ve heard rumors there may be a more “controversial” slogan version coming soon as well.
Intentionally or not, the McCain camp owns the domain name VoteForTheMILF.com. I dunno if that’s funny or sexist… or both. Probably both.
The site will redirect you specifically to a video intro by Gov. Sarah Palin at JohnMcCain.com if you are hitting it for the first time. Note that the redirect sends you first to JohnMcCain.com and THEN to Palin.htm (Palinâ€™s Video Intro) if youâ€™re visiting for the first time, or if your cookies are cleared, or if youâ€™re not accepting cookies.
Since the story broke the domain WhoIs information has gone private, but I think the cat is out of the bag. There’s a full discussion along with breaking updates over at Govgap.com’s John McCain Owns VoteForTheMILF.com? article.
On last night’s Colbert Report, Stephen cut through all of the doom and gloom of the Democratic Convention by profiling someone who’s flourishing in the current economy: A repo man.
Others who are probably doing well these days include unemployment-office workers, squatters, pan-handle makers, trashcan-fire emporiums, tumble-weed manufacturers and super-villains.