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Saturday, February 28, 2009

A Little Cause and Effect,...

In a simplistic way, the recent assault on Philadelphia's police officers is the result of the thug culture on the streets, perpetuated by Radio Air Polluters and general life detritus that make money selling shirts emblazoned with slogans like these:

So it follows that maybe someone, like the FOP, ought to be passing along shirts and fliers emblazoned with this more-successful encounter (HT to Katey's Kafe):

Maybe someone will FINALLY get the hint?

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Friday, February 27, 2009

Irony, Defined,...

Just think: the same Leftywood liberals who blindly pushed the Obamistake into the White House are now the same people in that $250,000+ target group getting the shaft by his tax plan!!!

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Pit Bulls, Unleashed

HT to Lisa at Bluftooni:

Not all of them wear lipstick and hockey jerseys:

Personally, I'm shocked - SHOCKED - that Katie Couric isn't the center of the universe! Isn't that what the $15M a year was supposed to buy her?

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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Make the ACLU Go Away!

Maybe we should just ignore the ACLU?

An immigration showdown is brewing on Washington's Olympic Peninsula, where simmering tensions and borderline hostility have fueled a turf war between the local community and the Border Patrol agents assigned to protect it.

Now the American Civil Liberties Union has jumped into the ring and upped the ante, rolling out a campaign that will install signs inside buses informing riders of their rights — to ignore Border Patrol agents.

The signs, entitled, "YOUR RIGHTS with border patrol agents on this bus," makes three points:

• If you're a U.S. citizen, you don't have to prove it.
• If you're not a U.S. citizen and are 18 or older, you must show your immigration papers to federal agents.
• Everyone has the right to remain silent.

The campaign, which could start as early as next week, is the latest in a series of expanding grassroots efforts aimed at curbing the expansion of Border Patrol forces and the powers of its agents.

Click here to see ACLU flyer.

Last summer the Border Patrol beefed up its presence in the region, and in October it began conducting random roadside stops at checkpoints located at and within the international border to combat, what it says, is a real threat to national security.

This move has put them at odds with human rights groups and even local law enforcement — some who have rejected federal immigration money to protest the Border Patrol's tactics.

The ACLU has joined forces with left-leaning groups around the state — lavender farmers, retirees, activists, grandparents, Socialists, Green Party members, politicians, Unitarians, Christians, vineyard owners, hippies and other assorted protesters — who say these measures have infringed on people's civil liberties.

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Monday, February 23, 2009

Rubbing Salt Into the Wound,.....

Y'know,..I'm usually proud to be a Philadelphian. I was raised on stories of how our country was founded here. I grew to be proud at throwing snowballs at Santa Claus and gleefully cheering every Philadelphia sports victory over New York.

We never had riots in the '60s to the extent that we saw in New York and Los Angeles. Even when the bedrock of our economy - the manufacturing sector - left us, we managed not to descend into the living hell that is Detroit.

But not anymore!

Not after seeing THIS VIDEO! (Click the 2/23/09 edition)

I'm sick. I mean WTF??

No! That's not enough! Whiskey-Tango-Foxtrot doesn't even express my rage, so let's just say it:

WHAT THE F**K?????

7 Philadelphia Police officers killed in the last 15 months! Many had their last rites performed just a few scarce blocks away at the Basilica of SS Peter & Paul.

That means 100s of visiting LEOs, who traveled to Philadelphia to pay the last respects, were shown who the Quakers think are our "real" heroes are?

Its a disgrace!

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Sunday, February 22, 2009

A Bitter Point to Ponder,....

Republics decline into democracies and democracies degenerate into despotisms.

Hmm,...assuming republics are administered by republicans,....


Thursday, February 19, 2009


Meet the face of a real American asshole!

A 19-year-old Downingtown man has been arrested and charged with setting nine of the 23 arsons that have terrorized the Coatesville area this year, the Coatesville Arson Task Force announced today.

Roger Leon Barlow Jr., of the 200 block of W. Pennsylvania Avenue, was charged today. Among the fires he is accused of setting is one that destroyed 15 homes Jan. 24 in the 300 block of Fleetwood Street.

The fires he was charged with began on Jan. 2 in the 100 block of N. Fifth Avenue, and ended on Feb. 3 in the 100 block of Chester Avenue.

More details of the arrest will be discussed at a news conference at 5 p.m. in City Hall, 1 City Hall Plaza, Coatesville.

Since Jan. 1, nearly two dozen arsons have occurred in Coatesville and surrounding communities. The task force, a consortium of federal, state, county and local agencies, was formed at Gov. Rendell's urging to focus on ending a crime spree that has terrorized residents.

Coatesville reported 26 arsons in 2008. Three people were charged in connection with at least five of them. And although those defendants remain in custody, the set fires continued.

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Wednesday, February 18, 2009


Lisa Mossie at Bluftooni reports that this NYPost pic is racist and inappropriate:

OK,..then what where these darling hits of the leftosphere:

Y'know,..if the Obamessiah and his "non-cowardly brethren" can't stand the heat, leave the White House. I know a family in Alaska looking to relocate soon,..like in 2012!

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Play That Honky Race Card Black Boy!

Yeah,..I needed to read this after last night's rant!

WASHINGTON -- Eric Holder, the nation's first black attorney general, said Wednesday the United States was "a nation of cowards" on matters of race, with most Americans avoiding candid discussions of racial issues.

In a speech to Justice Department employees marking Black History Month, Holder said the workplace is largely integrated but Americans still self-segregate on the weekends and in their private lives.

"Though this nation has proudly thought of itself as an ethnic melting pot, in things racial we have always been and I believe continue to be, in too many ways, essentially a nation of cowards," Holder said.

Race issues continue to be a topic of political discussion, but "we, as average Americans, simply do not talk enough with each other about race."

Holder's speech echoed President Barack Obama's landmark address last year on race relations during the hotly contested Democratic primaries, when the then-candidate urged the nation to break "a racial stalemate we've been stuck in for years" and bemoaned the "chasm of misunderstanding that exists between the races." Obama delivered the speech to try to distance himself from the angry rhetoric of his former pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright.

Holder cited that speech by Obama as part of the motivation for his words Wednesday, saying Americans need to overcome an ingrained inhibition against talking about race.

"If we're going to ever make progress, we're going to have to have the guts, we have to have the determination, to be honest with each other. It also means we have to be able to accept criticism where that is justified," Holder told reporters after the speech.

Race, Holder said, "is an issue we have never been at ease with and, given our nation's history, this is in some ways understandable... If we are to make progress in this area, we must feel comfortable enough with one another and tolerant enough of each other to have frank conversations about the racial matters that continue to divide us."

In a country founded by slave owners, race has bedeviled the nation throughout its history, with blacks denied the right to vote just a few decades ago. Obama's triumph last November as well as the nomination of Holder stand as historic achievements of two black Americans.

Even when people mix at the workplace or afterwork social events, Holder argued, many Americans in their free time are still segregated inside what he called "race-protected cocoons."

"Saturdays and Sundays, America in the year 2009 does not in some ways differ significantly from the country that existed almost 50 years ago. This is truly sad," said Holder.

Andrew Grant-Thomas, Deputy Director of the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at Ohio State University, praised Holder's general message but said the wording of the speech may alienate some. (Gee, ya think?)

"He's right on the substance, but that's probably not the most politic way of saying it. I'm certain there are people who will hear him and say, 'That's obnoxious,"' he said, adding that what was missing from Holder's speech were specific examples of what painful subjects need to be addressed.

Hilary Shelton, vice president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, called the speech "constructively provocative." (Hypocites!)

"Nobody wants to be considered a coward. We've learned to get along by exclusion and silence. We need to talk about it. People need to feel comfortable saying the wrong things," said Shelton.

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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Now, I'm Getting P**sed!

Is this low-level terrorism on a local scale??

First, this needed to be posted from Wyatt's blog:

Yesterday, a thug was arrested and brought into the division for retail theft. The rocket scientist stole five tubes of toothpaste - a product the man obviously never used in his life.

When the offender was being processed - in the same police station where John Pawlowski worked - the arresting officer asked him for his biographical information. And that’s when it happened.

The man immediately exploded and yelled the one thing you should never yell 12 hours after a police officer is murdered:

“This is why all you f**king white boys are gettin’ shot!”

Think its some local a**hole mouthing off at the wrong moment? Read on,...

Jailhouse Islam Behind
Cop Killing?
Sources: Suspect Said 'Can't Believe
I Shot A Cop'

PHILADELPHIA - The fact that Rasheed Scrugs allegedly announced he was going to kill a cop and then shot Philadelphia Police Officer John Pawlowski with a gun hidden inside his coat pocket has detectives digging deeper on Scrugs.

They're still gathering evidence and trying to unravel why Friday night's senseless murder happened, Fox 29's Dave Schratwieser reported.

"Pawlowski didn't stand a chance," Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey said Monday, as Philadelphia continued to reel over the killing.

A key witness went public Monday with the chilling words he heard the gunman say before the shooting.

"If you call the cop, I'll kill you and kill the cop," said Manuel Dias, who works in a newsstand at Broad Street and Olney Avenue, repeating what he told detectives.

Police believe Scrugs planned to shoot officers when they answered a 911 call about a fight on the highway at Broad and Olney at 8:20 p.m.

"This individual was very violent and was bent on killing someone," Ramsey said.

Scrugs was shot by Pawlowski's partner and another officer. He's now awake and talking, but he refused to be interviewed by homicide detectives.

Sources say Scrugs told a hospital staffer he was high on drugs at the time of the shooting and allegedly said, "I can't believe I shot a cop."

"Well, he's a cold blooded killer is what he is, and he knew exactly what it is he wanted to do," Ramsey said.

Ramsey told Fox 29 News that police are now trying to determine if Scrugs -- who also goes by the alias Rasheed Abdulghaffer -- may have converted to a radical form of "jailhouse Islam" during his years in prison.

Ironically, Ramsey said he was briefed by FBI agents on Friday about this radical form of Islam. That was just hours before Pawlowski was shot.

Ramsey said there's a growing concern among law enforcement.

"This is a radical form where certainly committing crime and killing police officers and so forth is part of it," Ramsey said.

Police experts and the FBI are now researching whether Scrugs and Sgt. Stephen Liczbinski' accused killers -- Howard Cain and Levon Warner, who are accused of wearing Muslim clothing during that murder -- were schooled in jailhouse Islam.

"Since Steve Liczbinski got killed, this issue has really been something that has struck home here in Philadelphia," Ramsey said.

Police sources said the .357 Magnum that Scrugs allegedly used was from out of state. Federal ATF agents are tracking the gun's owner down. Ramsey said whoever sold or gave the gun to Scrugs may be prosecuted.

Police said Scrugs had 19 packets of crack and 19 extra bullets in his pockets at the time.

Dias said he was watching Friday night when Scrugs carried through on his violent threat.

"As soon as the cop asked him to take his hand out of his pocket to give him something else, he just pulled the gun and shot the cop for no specific reason," Dias said. "Some screamed 'Help! Help!' right here, and they tried to put him on the car. … I was afraid to die because this is serious."

Dias hid on the floor of his newsstand, fearing for his own life, as police shot and wounded Scruggs.

The Bitter American seethes:

Ok,..its time to start asking the tough questions about what the hell is going on in Philadelphia! It could be terrorism at some low level. Or it could simply be what has become of our society. If Brian Tierney wasn't such a gutless pussy, I'd like to see him line up the pictures of the seven slain officers on one side and the pictures of their assailants on the other side. Absent Ofc. Isabel Nazario, the obvious would be a simple as black and white.

That's right, I said it! Google can cancel my blog now. The NAACP, instead of "advancing colored people," can start chasing after me and protesting in front of my house. (Jerry Mondesire - Call me, I'll give you the address!) No, instead, they've been eerily silent on the subject. Seems advancing colored people these days primarily involves throwing Oreo cookies at Michael Steele and discrediting the likes of Bill Cosby for telling them what they don't want to hear.

But wait until some white officer finally cracks from the stress of being a target and cracks his nightstick over the head of one of these jokers. then we'll here from the NAACP.

Its a disgrace and a dishonor to the men and women who put themselves in harm's way every day to protect ALL of the citizens of Philadelphia and its SICK!

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Monday, February 16, 2009

I Didn't Know Fast Eddie Rendell Was Irish,..

Or maybe it was the promise off free, green beer?

Inquirer Staff Writer
The St. Patrick's Day Parade will go on.

Organizers of the 238-year-old parade are confident that - with a pledge of up to $20,000 from the owners of The Inquirer - they will raise the money needed to pay for services such as police and sanitation that the cash-strapped city said it wouldn't cover this year.

Philadelphia Media Holdings L.L.C., which owns The Inquirer and the Philadelphia Daily News, will match, dollar for dollar, donations to cover the $40,000 that the city said it would charge parade organizers.

"We are Philadelphians," Brian P. Tierney, the company's executive officer and the newspapers' publisher, said yesterday. "Even in these tough economic times, as local owners we want to support this community."

Prompted by an article in yesterday's Inquirer, Tierney called parade director Michael Bradley with the offer to bolster fund-raising efforts.

With Tierney's challenge, "there is no question in my mind we will raise it all," Bradley said.

Now, he said, he can refocus on the March 15 parade, which is to include more than 200 groups and 20,000 marchers.

A month ago, city representatives told organizers that they had to come up with $110,000 for expenses, Bradley said.

A shortened parade route dropped the cost to $30,000, plus another $10,000 for city-approved vendors for portable toilets and other services.

Already struggling to raise $70,000 in normal parade-related expenses, Bradley said he had worried the added expense would halt the parade.

Today, he said, he feels he has an angel looking over his shoulder.

"I see the advantage of locally owned newspapers. . . . They care about their community," Bradley said. "What a difference over some media conglomerate."

I guess even on the verge of bankruptcy, when Fast Eddie's got your back, you can throw money around like a drunken sailor, huh, Tierney?

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Sunday, February 15, 2009

Eavesdropping on Our Future,...

So it happened today that the Bitter American happened into one of the two Borders Bookstores located in the Obama Socialist Republic of Merion.

As I was perusing the magazine racks, I noticed a woman and her two children working their way down towards me.

One of the children was reminiscing about something (slightly out of my earshot) and mentioned that it happened on "CHRISTmas Eve." The child's mother replied "you mean December 24th, dear."

The child repeated "CHRISTmas Eve." This time, the mother said "You SHOULD remember to just say December 24th."

I wonder if she gets any gifts on December 25th? Or any day other than her birthday,...



Saturday, February 14, 2009

Officially, We Are THE Team to Beat!

The Phillies' roster remains mostly the same, with the notable exception of Raul Ibanez replacing Pat Burrell in left field.

CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Shortly after they assembled, they scattered across the Carpenter Complex.

On one field, pitchers took fielding practice.

On another, they stretched.

And in between fields, pitchers threw bullpen sessions with front-office staff watching closely from the side.

"It's great to get back here and see everybody," Phillies closer Brad Lidge said.

The Phillies officially opened Spring Training on Saturday with pitchers and catchers reporting to camp. The full squad reports Tuesday, but players like Ryan Howard and Chase Utley are already at Bright House Field.

Utley, who is recovering from surgery on his right hip, has been taking fielding practice and jogging. He also has been taking "dry swings" in the batting cage. He remains on target to be in the Phillies' lineup on Opening Day on April 5 against the Atlanta Braves. Howard, who said he is 20 pounds lighter than last season, is in good spirits after signing a three-year, $54 million contract extension last Sunday.

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Are the Kooks Running the Asylum?

From the "mind" of thespian extraordinaire Janeane Garofalo:

Are you a conservative? Then you're a d***, and there's something wrong with your brain. At least that's what "24" actress and comedienne Janeane Garofalo believes.

According to the former Air America radio host, a conservative starts out an “a**hole,” and the politics come later. She asserted, “The reason a person is a conservative republican (sic) is because something is wrong with them...It really is neuroscience.”

In this February 12 interview with the environmentalist celebrity blog Ecorazzi, Garofalo also claimed the “irrational” emotion center of the brain, the limbic system, is what creates conservatives (text reformatted, profanity edited, all bold mine):

The reason a person is a conservative republican is because something is wrong with them. Again, that’s science – that’s neuroscience. You cannot be well adjusted, open-minded, pluralistic, enlightened and be a republican. It’s counter-intuitive. And they revel in their anti-intellectualism. They revel in their cruelty.

I don’t know if you heard me talking to Jenny a while ago, but I was saying that first you have to be an a**hole and then comes the conservatism. You gotta be a d*** to cleave onto their ideology...

Sarah Palin didn't escape Garofalo's ire either. She said Palin is "small-minded and mean-spirited" and “is what the Republican Party has become: obstructionist, contrarians, small-minded, all of these things (sic).”

Garofalo raved that "[t]here's definitely something wrong" with Palin, and she's successful with some Americans "because she represents that lesser segment of the country. It's about people's lesser nature...”

Ri-i-i-ght, Janeane,...let's look at YOUR lesser nature, shall we??

Yeah,..that about fits in with the rest of the Socialists, Marxist, and tax dodgers that populate the Obamanation!

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Friday, February 13, 2009

Oh, No,....Not Again!

OLNEY - February 13, 2009 (WPVI) -- A Philadlephia Police Officer has been shot and killed in the Olney section of the city.

The officer was shot at Broad Street and Olney during an exchange of gunfire with a suspect just after 8:00 p.m.

Both the officer and the suspect were wounded.

Both are being taken to Einstein Medical Center.

The officer was confirmed dead after 9:00 p.m.

Reports indicate he is an officer from the 35th District.

The suspect's weapon was recovered at the scene.


More Today (2/14/09) on this tragedy:

Officer John Pawlowski never had chance last night when he approached the man authorities say had a "death wish" and fired .357 Magnum at the policeman.

The suspect, identified by police as Rasheed Scrugs, 33, of West Philadelphia, started firing through his coat, striking the five-year veteran at least twice in the chest as he fell to the ground on Broad Street, near Olney Avenue, police said.

Scrugs was charged with Officer Pawlowski's murder this afternoon.

Police sources have said the gunman was "crazy" and appeared to have a "death wish" as he tried to shoot his way through police.

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By way of GrassrootsPA:

A young volunteer fireman tearfully apologized in court today for setting fire to three barns in southern Lancaster County, telling the judge he wanted to turn his life around.

Lancaster County Judge David Ashworth told Travis Michael Pierce that he can do that, but first he will have to serve his punishment for the crime, including spending a total of 3½ to 8 years in state prison.

"I want to apologize to everyone for what I've done," Pierce, 20, of North East, Md., told Ashworth this morning. "There is no excuse for what I did. It's all wrong...I want to live my life the way it should be, get counseling or whatever I need."

Pierce was a volunteer with the Robert Fulton Fire Company when he set the fires in October and December 2007, and then helped extinguish them.

Ashworth told Pierce that he would have the opportunity for education, training and counseling in prison, but it was up to Pierce whether he chooses "to be a productive member of society or not" when he gets out.

In addition to sentencing Pierce to prison time for the three counts of arson, two counts of burglary, and one count of making false statements to police, Ashworth ordered Pierce to pay $97,270 restitution.

State police charged Pierce on Dec. 19, 2007, the day the third barn was set on fire, causing an estimated $160,000 damage to the Fulton Township farm on Pilottown Road. Pierce has been held in Lancaster County Prison since his arrest.

The other two barn fires were in October 2007.

The Bitter American fumes:

A-holes like this rank right up there with pedophiles in the firefighting community.

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Thursday, February 12, 2009


HT to Wyatt for the Photo (and how appropriate that its also President-to-be Palin's birthday as well?)

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A Bitter Milestone,...

Yes,..sometime in the next few days, The Bitter American will FINALLY hit the 30000 hit mark (something good blogs like PAWaterCooler and TonyP do in a month or less).

I don't have any CafePress shirts (yet) or other tchotchkes to hand out, just some linky props to the winner!

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Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Sometimes, Doing Nothing IS Doing Something

With today's passing of the Stimu-Socialism package, I have to agree with the likes of Juan Williams when he says the best answer to our economic mess is to do nothing.

It made me put bring back the TrekMedic nom-de-blog for a few minutes today as I pondered the ramifications of doing nothing to accomplish a goal. Fellow medic bloggers like Ambulance Driver and Tim the Rogue Medic would understand.

Its a time-honored tradition amongst us "seasoned and experienced" (read: bourbon and Zoloft-soaked) paramedics to try and trip up "newbie" (read: piss, vinegar, and adrenaline-fueled) paramedics. This is the classic:

You're presented with a patient complaining of a splitting head, dizziness, and extremely high blood pressure. The inexperienced response is to "DO SOMETHING!" The first thing in your arsenal in Nitroglycerin. It's pharmacokinetics make your blood pressure drop (that's why its good for heart attacks - its makes your heart work less). Lower blood pressure should = less headache. Sounds like a good plan on paper, right?


In this case, causing a sudden and uncontrolled drop of the patient's blood pressure will, at worst, kill the patient and, at best, cause a massive hemorrhagic bleed in the brain (a stroke) that will most likely cripple the patient.

The best thing to do? DO NOTHING!

Well,..actually, give oxygen, monitor the patient's symptoms, and run like a bat outta hell to the ER to let the higher-trained medical people treat this patient.

Hmmm,..does the patient sound like Uncle Sam? Is that newbie-medic a guy with a funny name? You tell me,...

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Monday, February 09, 2009

Bitter Blogging IS Better Blogging!

Since trading in Earl Grey Tea and Romulan Ale for 45 year old bourbon (PA Tax stamp of 1964) and broccoli rabe, The Bitter American has become a regular fixture on the BlogNetNews Top 20 influence chart.

Blogs of Distinction:

1 - Tony Phyrillas (#1 Among Blogs that matter, too!)
3 - Save the GOP (#3)
3 -PAWaterCooler (#4)
5 - The Centrist (#7)
6 - GrassrootsPA (#2)
7 - PolicyBlog (#5)
11 - The Bitter American (#5)
14 - Molovinsky on Allentown (#16)
17 - Gunservatively! (#13)

Now, to just get a few more right-minded blogs in the Top 20 to silence the never-ending drone of praise to the Obamessiah!

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A Post of Solidarity

Keeping all Australians in our prayers,...

Raging Australian Wildfires Kill 35, Death Toll Expected to Climb

Australian Wildfires Called 'Mass Murder' After 171 Killed

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Saturday, February 07, 2009

It Starts With "Anesthesia,..."

Somewhere down the road of life, it'll be beer, weed, Jagermeister, Captain-n-Coke, and more,...


Everystoned Must Get Body?

Only in the Enlightened Age of the Obamessiah,...

Experts believe it is already clear the Obama administration will change the strategy, if not the law, on medical marijuana.

The White House won't say it explicitly. Neither will the Drug Enforcement Administration. Yet there is a whiff in the air that U.S. policy is about to change when it comes to medical marijuana.

The message is clear, said UCLA professor Mark Kleiman, a former Justice Department official and an expert on crime and drug policy.

"It is no longer federal policy to beat up on hippies," said Kleiman.

(BA - That's because those losers put him in the White House in the first place!)

"Anyone possessing, distributing or cultivating marijuana for any reason is in violation of federal law," Sarah Pullen, a DEA spokeswoman in Los Angeles, said Thursday.

That may be the law, but it contradicts the medical marijuana position of the new president.

"The president believes that federal resources should not be used to circumvent state laws, and as he continues to appoint senior leadership to fill out the ranks of the federal government, he expects them to review their policies with that in mind," said White House spokesman Nick Shapiro, repeating past statements.

So on Friday, DEA officials in Washington declined to comment at all on the subject.

As a presidential candidate, Obama repeatedly promised a change in federal drug policy in situations where state laws allow use of medical marijuana.

At age 47, Obama is part of a generation that had plenty of exposure to pot.

In his memoir, "Dreams from My Father," he described time spent as a youth struggling with questions about his race and identity, and turning to drugs -- including marijuana and cocaine -- to "push questions of who I was out of my mind."

1443 days to go,....

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Tuesday, February 03, 2009

Is Being Green The Same as Being Mean?

From this week's NY Post Page Six Magazine comes this intriguing story of our national liberal obsession with all things "green:"

From Kirsten Fleming's "SixOMeter" column:

Green Monster
Unruly passenger Shelia Bolar, chagrined that the MTA bus that picked her up wasn't a hybrid, gave the driver something to remember her by - a perfect mold of her chompers on his arm. She was arrested (and hopefully muzzled) near the scene.

So, bile-belching bloggers,...is this what we have to look forward to for 1447 more days??


Monday, February 02, 2009

From the "No Media Bias" Files

So, like most people (other than Steelers and Cardinals fans), last night's Super Bowl was as much about the commercials as the game.


One particular commercial didn't make the cut this year:

Click here for more information!

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