Although a vast majority of Americans recently polled bummed on Obama's handling of the Syrian chemical attack, the way is paved in the Security Council for a resolution ordering the dismantling of his chemical stocks.
The first condition of an inventory of those weapons was submitted within seven days, last Saturday by the outlaw regime.
"Do you like green eggs & ham?
I do not like them Sam
I do not like green eggs and ham.
Would you like them here or there?
I would not like them anywhere.
I do not like green eggs and ham,
I do not like them Sam.
Would you like them in a house.
Would you like them with a mouse.
I do not like them in a house.
I do not like them with a mouse.
I do not like them here.
I do not like them anywhere."
Dr. Seuss' Green Eggs and Ham was read by Ted Cruz on the Senate floor last night as he attempted a one man stand-up comedy show on ObamaCare as Rome burns. This particular choice of nursery rhyme is such an obvious allegory to Green Eggs & Ham as ObamaCare, Obama as Uncle Sam and the narrator as Ted Cruz that it traverses hilarity, blasts through poignancy and settles comfortably into the Kafkaesque.
And isn't that where it should be with this Congress?
"Two U.S. officials said the investigations into Snowden's activities confirmed that his downloading of sensitive information began at Dell. He is believed to have moved from Dell to Booz Allen with little time off in between.
In February 2010, while working for Dell, Snowden wrote in an internet technology forum, Ars Technica, that he was bothered by technology companies allegedly giving the U.S. government access to private computer servers.
"It really concerns me how little this sort of corporate behavior bothers those outside of technology circles," Snowden wrote under the screen name "The True HooHA." "Society really seems to have developed an unquestioning obedience towards spooky types." (Reuters)
Recent revelations are that the NSA used a program called "lifesaver" to covertly copy the hard-drives of computers in the Indian Embassy/Consulate and Indian UN offices.
Snowden was granted one year of asylum in Russia on 8/1/13.
Man, Megawolff, I drove one of those VW camper vans from the 60s around the LA basin around the turn of the millennium, even took it up north as far as Santa Cruz. It was groovy up the PCH but on the highway system in LA? A definite hazard. Not because it didn't have airbags and anti-lock brakes, but because the things are meant to go 55-60 which creates a freaking hazard these days.
But 1985 was another reality...
bummer to read that VW will stop making its magnificent microbuses from december 31 this year.
went to a few shows in an brown early 70s bus. grate times. also loved seeing all manner of the vehicle in show parking lots late 80s, 90s.
(jerry garcia bus with a tear drop:) http://images.thesamba.com/vw/classifieds/pix/3503827.jpg
Even as I support Obama's general attitudes towards current political crises, I am struck by the imperial tone of his speech as I am now hearing it. As he goes from one global hotspot to another and utters mounds of platitudes the hypocrisy of the US's actual actions undermines his words and turns them into steaming piles.
While the US has not lost all moral authority it has lost most of it, like 90%.
Now Obama is saying that the danger to the world is not that America will continue to create empire, but that America will disengage after a decade of war and leave a vacuum of power. It seems to me that Dubya Bush proved that comment wrong on steroids, America leading without a whiff of consultation with any ally.
The rest of the speech?
Blah-blah Syria; Blah-blah Iran; Blah-blah Israel/Palestine
She must have been one open-minded and patient lady to put up with Neil's antics! We should all give thanks for her role as editor of collections of beat writer's correspondence and occasional photographer of Kerouac and Cassidy.
Interesting that she was portrayed by Kerouac as the bourgeois one who always stayed home in "On the Road" but always was the one Cassidy kept crawling back to...
she lived a long (90 years) and very storied life
"Hundreds of passengers bound for Japan were stranded in Australia overnight after a snake was found on a Qantas plane at Sydney airport.
Staff found the 20cm-long (eight-inch) Mandarin rat snake in the cabin before passengers boarded the Boeing 747 on Sunday.
It is not clear how the snake, which poses no threat to humans, had got on the flight from Singapore.
A replacement flight left for Tokyo on Monday morning."
(Didn't Sammuel Jackson get rid of all those snakes after that terrible movie?
Should be more than ashamed of themselves. A list of of partisan obstructors should be well publicized so they can be culled from the flock next voting season. 40 votes on trying to defund the Affordable Care Act and now one more coupled to lifting the debt ceiling that isn't going to fly either.
Isn't this the definition of insanity?