Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Lazy Blogging

Well, I've been beyond lazy. And it continues. So instead of a real blog post, here are a few entertaining links. (Also, I added links to the Redskins Insider Blog and Chris Cooley's blog for all you 'Skins fans.)

Via Truehoop, a link to the top 50 Charles Barkley Quotes. Does it get better than Sir Charles?

Hugo Chavez and Evo Morales formally endorse John McCain for president. (Always good to have an external threat when you're trying to surpress internal dissension, no?) Here's saying McCain doesn't list these endorsements on his website any time soon.

I couldn't be happier that former HP CEO Carly Fiorina is in trouble with the McCain campaign. Not only did she run HP into the ground (all image no substance), but now she used her expert wisdom and experience to state that neither John McCain nor Sarah Palin could be CEO of a major company. Hey, if she couldn't do it, I'm certain McCain can't.

From the land of TFS (Totally effing stupid), it looks like Congress is going to lift the ban on offshore drilling, which will, of course, immediately rectify all economic problems and create energy independence for the US. Surprisingly, the White House says it doesn't go far enough because it wouldn't allow you to put up an oil well on George Bush's Best Buddies Private Beach.

Sarah Palin has peaked and is now becoming just another hated crazy. That's what happens when you don't believe in evolution, force raped women to pay for their own rape kits, unabashadly lie about everything, among other problems.

Hey, did you know that McCain invented the Blackberry and WiFi? Al Gore has got to be having a good chuckle right about now.

Remember the whole "Obama will talk to Iran, whaaaaa!" bruhaha? Looks like he's not the only one. Yes, that is McCain foreign policy advisor Henry Kissinger suggesting it would be a good idea to hold talks with Iran. Ooops.

In a somewhat bizarre turn of events, it now appears that McCain's health care plan would reduce health care coverage for millions of Americans. This has got to be the strongest reason to vote against him yet.

Oh, and in a move only the Red Chinese could respect, the US just nationalized AIG. That's in addition to Fanny Mae and Freddy Mac. Sure looks like Republiconomics and China's "Socialized Capitalism" are getting increasingly closer.

And finally, from the Hall of Stupid, comes this video of Philly's Desean Jackson celebrating a bit too early. This would be the second time he's done this in his career. Stupid is as stupid does.



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