Monday, March 12, 2012

Monday Musings With The Crew

  • The NAACP is taking their case against voter ID laws to the United Nations.  The group will make a presentation in Geneva, Switzerland this week to the UN Human Rights Council addressing the NAACP's concerns that voter ID laws in the United States are discriminatory to black voters. I guess it makes sense.  After all, the membership of the UN Human Rights Council includes such experts in voting rights as Cuba, Russia, Saudi Arabia, China, Uganda, and Libya.  I think the NAACP may have finally met an organization that can match their own level of hypocrisy.

  • Speaking of liberal hypocrisy, the price for it is evidently 1 million dollars.  That is how much Bill Maher contributed to the Barack Obama SuperPAC recently.  You remember Bill Maher, the left-wing misogynist who spews vile commentary about conservative women.  When informed of Maher's donation to his PAC, Dear Leader immediately directed the money be returned, saying "I am against all hate speech, including when it comes from the left.".  Whoops!  Sorry about that folks.  We must have slipped into an alternate universe where Barack Obama is a man of honor and principle.  Back here in the real world, the administration responded to Maher's donation by booking senior adviser David Axelrod to appear on Maher's HBO show.
  • Mrs. Crew pointed out an interesting blog to me this morning.  The Christian Left blog has an article called "The Enemies Within: The 20 Most Dangerous Conservatives and Their Organizations" from last August.  Quite frankly, I am outraged!  Sahib and I aren't on the list!  Obviously it is a complete sham!   Uh, wait a minute.  The article was published on August 5, 2011, a full 8 days before the Era of SACSTW began.  I fully expect we will be included in the 2012 update.
  • It's been a while since we ran a video of a squirrel in a peanut butter jar, soooo...........

That's it for this installment of Monday Musings.  Back to your bracket everyone!
PS- the first #1 to lose will be Syracuse vs KState in the second round.

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