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    TV Listing for 7/23/2009

    11-12 a.m.

    The Prez-

    Health Care Blues, (2009) NEW-
    The Prez (Barry Obama) tries to win back popularity points he's lost in the last few months with his health care reform program. On the heels of his press conference the night before, he goes on the road to bolster his ego and finds out that the public in Ohio is smarter than he first thought! (Comedy.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RICHARD View Post
    11-12 a.m.

    The Prez-

    Health Care Blues, (2009) NEW-
    The Prez (Barry Obama) tries to win back popularity points he's lost in the last few months with his health care reform program. On the heels of his press conference the night before, he goes on the road to bolster his ego and finds out that the public in Ohio is smarter than he first thought! (Comedy.)
    I missed that - do you know if it will be show in re-runs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace View Post
    I missed that - do you know if it will be show in re-runs
    I think I have it on tape someplace.

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    And speaking of budget cuts?


    http://www.asylum.com/2009/07/23/arn...s-deep-cuts%2F


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    Quote Originally Posted by RICHARD View Post
    I think I have it on tape someplace.

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    And speaking of budget cuts?


    http://www.asylum.com/2009/07/23/arn...s-deep-cuts%2F

    I saw a bit of that clip. Wondered if he was going to commit Hari-Kiri

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    What make me LOL is Ian Fortey's reaction was...

    but if we learned nothing else from Dick Cheney, it's that politicians brandishing weapons only leads to awkward press conferences and paramedics.
    And Grace's was...

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    Wondered if he was going to commit Hari-Kiri
    Im loving how butthurt the local CA beaurocrats are over the buget cuts.
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    Stupidly. That is all.
    I have a HUGE SIG!!!!



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    Tyranny is defined as that which is legal for the government but illegal for the citizenry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue View Post

    Im loving how butthurt the local CA beaurocrats are over the buget cuts.
    Don't forget us poor bees turds that have to live here!

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    I have to say this about the 'stupidly' comment and invite to the WH for a beer with the jack ass professor...


    This would be my answer if I was the cop-

    Thanks, but no thanks for the invite.

    As prez, you probably have more important things to do than to host a beer bash in the home the taxpayers fund.

    I think my fellow taxpayers would agree that a meeting with the prof, while drinking beer, isn't really going to change what happened-your friend and I just didn't have a good day, due to the fact that the race card was played during the incident......

    Actually, I may change my mind, Beer and BS go hand in hand.

    To be so naive to think that a 'beer at my house' will change race relationships is just about right for the current regime.

    If that's the case, budget for free beer in racially diverse cities.

    You'll create jobs for brewers, cops, doctors, lawyers, ambulance drivers, paramedics......

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    Don't forget us poor bees turds that have to live here!

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    I have to say this about the 'stupidly' comment and invite to the WH for a beer with the jack ass professor...


    This would be my answer if I was the cop-

    Thanks, but no thanks for the invite.

    As prez, you probably have more important things to do than to host a beer bash in the home the taxpayers fund.

    I think my fellow taxpayers would agree that a meeting with the prof, while drinking beer, isn't really going to change what happened-your friend and I just didn't have a good day, due to the fact that the race card was played during the incident......

    Actually, I may change my mind, Beer and BS go hand in hand.

    To be so naive to think that a 'beer at my house' will change race relationships is just about right for the current regime.

    If that's the case, budget for free beer in racially diverse cities.

    You'll create jobs for brewers, cops, doctors, lawyers, ambulance drivers, paramedics......
    Obama speaks of "transparency". IMO, this is very transparent. This won't improve race relations one whit. It's so that he can protect his arse. He showed his arse by answering the question that never should've been asked in the first place.
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  9. Not all the crackpots are in Northern California!

    Here is verbatim a letter to the editor from my local newspaper here in Southern California

    Letter-writer Paula Finnegan is either too young or blinded by liberal glasses if she gives Cronkite a pass on exposing his liberalism [“Chronicling Cronkite,” July 21]. Does she realize there are a lot of widows of servicemen who died in Vietnam because of his nightly lies and liberal bias? He was instrumental in losing that war.
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    I never saw that in any of his obituaries!

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    BBWWWAAAAhahahahhahahahahhahahahaha!

    What a bunch of maroons!

    It wasn't a black man who was breaking into the esteemed professors's it was a HISPANIC!

    I bet the cop was praying for a "latino" to be a suspect....we usually run, the cops beat the crap out of us and THEN we have the charges dropped. Mr. SmartGuy got off easy- what a piker.....


    I am really disappointed the cop agreed to go, everyone has a price. But, a bottle of beer, for pete's sake?

    The Secret Servce is now looking for contractors to widen the door jambs for their visit.

    Imagine getting all the Testicular Fortitude in the room!

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    Congratulations to Pancho Barnes for making it to the Supreme Court!


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    I guess we can remove our favorite VP candidate from this forum, turns out she's actually a poet.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/0..._n_246034.html

    These are not the droids you were looking for

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    I was watching it last night

    I happened to have been watching Conan last night when the "poetry" was read. You know, it wasn't bad at all. Unfortunately, the origin of the poem was meant to be a sentence of sorts. I thought the concept of turning the jumble into a poem was quite clever. Maybe Sarah should consider a career change and start to work some of the little, off-beat coffee houses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grace View Post

    What a interesting character. I would have loved to have met her
    in person.
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