In honor of New Year’s eve, an extra…
“The independent Super PAC supporting Mitt Romney announced it would suspend anti- Newt Gingrich ads during Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. They said they’re doing it out of respect to Gingrich, his family, and his mistresses.”
– Jay Leno
“The pro-adultery website ashleymadison.com – have you heard of this? It’s a website for married people that want to cheat. Anyway, they have come out and endorsed Newt Gingrich for president. I guess it’s their way of thanking him for all the years of business.”
– Jay Leno
“John Edwards – remember that sleazeball who ran for president? He’s asking that his upcoming criminal trial be delayed because he’s been diagnosed with a medical condition. Lets hope it’s erectile dysfunction.”
– Jay Leno
“Anthony Weiner and is his wife, Huma, have given birth to a baby boy. He posted a photo of the new baby on Twitter, but people are afraid to open it.”
– Jay Leno
Nice one to end the year on.
Cadbury makes chocolate.
It also makes zany, crazy ads.
They are back with yet another feat of ridiculousness and joy.
No special effects here – the kids are doing this for real.
Try as you may, we bet you will be trying to recreate this ad in the privacy of your own home.
Last month, Newt Gingrich got the coveted endorsement of the highly influential Manchester Union Leader in New Hampshire.
Now, the paper has taken the gloves off and gone after Ron Paul.
The take-no-prisoners editorial:
Ron Paul is a dangerous man. While his domestic libertarian views are quite attractive to some voters fed up with politics as usual, it is Paul’s position on issues of our national security that are truly dangerous.
Those views have been largely overlooked by a news media more interested in the presidential “horse race” than in the candidates’ positions on issues. But we expect New Hampshire primary voters will examine the facts and act accordingly.
A Wall Street Journal columnist notes that Paul is “a leading spokesman for, and recycler of, the long and familiar litany of charges that point to the United States as a leading agent of evil and injustice, the militarist victimizer of millions who want only to live in peace.”
Former Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hannemann has been so quiet lately we thought he may have dropped out of the Senate race.
No such luck.
It appears he won the endorsement of the 6-thousand member Hawaii Teamsters & Allied Workers Union Local in his run for the 2nd Congressional District.
Mufi has always been close to the unions.
They endorsed him for governor even though many in the rank-and-file disagreed.
We all know how that turned out.
Teamsters President Ron Kozuma, “Mufi is an insightful leader and impassioned advocate who will fight for the hard-working men and women of Hawaii. Mufi knows and understands firsthand the needs of working people and their families.”
In our opinion he is not a nice person, a poor manager and a vengeful, angry person.
He’ll also have an easy time since he’s running against City Councilwoman Tulsi Gabbard and OHA chief advocate Esther Kiaaina.
When he gets to the general election, we predict he’ll go down in flames.
Look at this picture.
Is anyone home?
If the eyes are the “windows to the soul”, this guy hasn’t one.
Actually, there appears to be nothing there.
Classic deer-in-the-headlight looks.
Yes, his father just died, but come on, there wasn’t a close relationship to start with.
Kim Jong Un is North Korea’s new “supreme leader”.
This isn’t the first time we’ve pointed out this blank “I don’t want to be here look”.
Take a look here.
Lights on. Nobody’s home.