Late Night Political Humor

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Happy Friday.
“Speaking of Mitt Romney, his campaign is in the news for misspelling several
words on his promotional items. Today, Romney issued a press release that said,
‘I’ll get to the bottom of this, or my name isn’t Malt Ramrod.'” –Jimmy

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House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi on Thursday defended the health care reform law, tying it to the promises written in the Declaration of Independence.

The Affordable Care Act is “about life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for the American people,” Pelosi told reporters on Capitol Hill. She said it “unlocks” them from a job to pursue happiness without the threat of losing their health insurance.

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Pelosi blamed the health care reform law’s poor public support on opponents who have misrepresented the legislation.

“I’m very proud of the Affordable Care Act. I think the understanding of it has been jeopardized by misrepresentations that have been out there relentlessly,” she told reporters when asked about Thursday’s CBS/New York Times poll…

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“For 25th, Pelosi gets a hug from Boehner”

Madame Speaker…Our love!

TRMS – More of the Republican “Season of Lies”

In earlier posts I wrote about how we were subjected to so many lies during the GOP Primaries.  Now that they have a nominee, the “Season of Lies” continues.  Watch this video which gives demonstrative proof:

More than ever,

the election is about



God bless your weekend!

Let's Talk Gospel

 “So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God” (1 Corinthians 10:31).

Lord, this day is Yours, and my life is yours. Let each step I take leave an impression of your glory. May each word I speak produce an echo of your love. I pray that each deed I do leave the fragrance of Your presence.

May my hands be an extension of Your mercies. Break me and mold me Lord, that my heart will be a mirror of Your heart. Let my life be a reflection of Your image, and may my attitudes be expressions of Your character.

Father in heaven, remove fear, doubt, and self indulgence from me. Let me not forget that I am nothing without you. Lord, remind me daily, not to praise; for all praise is unto you.

Thank you, Lord, for the privilege I have to be Your child and to be set apart for Your plans; and to be called according to Your purposes…

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Long live “Why, where, when and how.”

Mashed Potato Bulletin

Investigative reporting has taken on every aspect of American society — from government, politics, business and finance to education, social welfare, culture and sports — and has won the lion’s share of each year’s journalism prizes. No matter how unpopular the news media may sometimes be, there has been, ever since Watergate, an expectation that the press would hold accountable those with power and influence over the rest of us. As Jon Marshall wrote last year in “Watergate’s Legacy and the Press,”Watergate “shaped the way investigative reporting is perceived and practiced and how political leaders and the public respond to journalists.”

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Rudy Vallee and his Connecticut Yankees – How Come You Do Me Like You Do (1928)

Published on Jun 7, 2012 by 

“Rudy Vallée (July 28,1901 – July 3,1986) was an American singer, actor, bandleader, and entertainer.

Born Hubert Prior Vallée in Island Pond, Vermont. Rudy grew up in Westbrook, Maine. In high school, he took up the saxophone and acquired the nickname “Rudy” after then famous saxophonist Rudy Wiedoeft.

Having played drums in his high school band, Vallée played clarinet and saxophone in various bands around New England in his youth. In 1917, he decided to enlist for World War I, but was discharged when the Navy authorities found out that he was only 15. He enlisted in Portland, Maine on March 29, 1917, under the false birthdate of July 28, 1899. He was discharged at the Naval Training Station, Newport, Rhode Island, on May 17, 1917 with 41 days of active service…”

“United States of Koch”


Would you vote for Romney to save $5 million on your tax bill?
To see where the presidential candidates stand on taxing the rich, just look at
how they’d tax themselves. Under his own proposal, Mitt Romney would pay half
what he would under President Barack Obama’s tax plan. For a man of Romney’s
means, that […]

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