News Headline: “Cheney’s tough talk on Iraq.”
We should listen here.
When former Vice President Dick Cheney talks about war, he doesn’t do it lightly.
He is aware of its many sacrifices.
Which is why he arranged five draft deferments to stay out of it.
News Item: “The rise of Twitter and other social media sites is threatening to kill off quiet reflection, the Archbishop of Canterbury has warned. Insta”
Didn’t have enough characters to complete the thought.
News Headline: “Fox News questions ‘convenient’ timing of Benghazi suspect’s capture.”
Talk about convenient, solving a problem that needs solving just at the moment that solving it becomes possible.
And isn’t Obama using Benghazi to distract us from the Bowe Bergdahl release that he used to distract us from Benghazi?
What will this alien trickster try next?
News Item: “. . . comes amid a shifting political calculus. . . .”
News Item: “. . . political calculus shows little sign of changing. . . .”
This confusion evidently has to do with our political leaders finding the instantaneous rates of change of functions and hence the gradients of tangents to graphs or in finding functions from their rates of change.
Which may explain the Tea Party.
News Headline: “Gerard Baden-Clay as ‘calm as a cucumber’ after wife went missing.”
Katherine Rylaarsdam, a Baltimore reader, writes:
“This kind of meaningless talk makes me as cranky as a carrot.”
While S.W., a Kendall, Wis., reader, still wonders at a news story referring to behavior that we should “not be immolating.”
Which could lead to burned cucumbers.
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News Headline: “Two killed, 26 injured in Chicago weekend shootings.”
Happy Father’s Day from the National Rifle Association!
News Headline: “Iraq teeters toward civil war.”
News Headline: “Iraq crisis: Republicans warn of ISIS threat, call for U.S. action.”
Sending in advisers should do it.
As long we see regular progress reports from Saigon.
News Headline: “Florida Congressman Jeff Miller: If humans cause climate change, what made dinosaurs extinct?”
Note to those who view statements from the Tea Party GOP with disbelief:
Next will come anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance.
Beware the ides of National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month.
News Headline: “Oklahoma GOP candidate: Stoning gays the ‘right’ thing to do.”
Scott Esk quotes Leviticus 20:13 to make his point.
He does not quote 1 John 4:20:
“If a man say, I love God, and hateth his brother, he is a liar.”
Still looking for a passage on the stoning of self-righteous dimwits.