(CNN) — President Barack Obama on Friday announced that virtually all U.S. troops will come home from Iraq by the end of the year — at which point he can declare an end to America’s long and costly war in that Middle Eastern nation.
“After nearly nine years, America’s war in Iraq will be over,” Obama said. “The coming months will be a season of homecomings. Our troops in Iraq will definitely be home for the holidays.”
Kelly said that by increasing the number of floors rigged with explosives, demolishers can better control implosions.”The more floors you shoot, the straighter down it will fall,” he said… “There’s two, maybe three people in the world that can shoot a building like that,” Kelly said.
Is Joe Arpaio a citizen? Have we EVER seen HIS birth certificate? If so, was he an “anchor baby”? What about J.D. Hayworth? Where are his papers? Jan Brewer? Is she an “alien invader”?
Personally, I think they’re all aliens:
Where at least I know I’m free to buy a Japanese car and stick a big ass (made in China) flag on it to fool my nativist friends.
You can tell it’s a wingnut and not an homage to the space shuttle because of the W’04 sticker on the gas flap. (Or, I could be wrong and it’s a giant win for IRONY)
and knights were bold
before the goddamn “Patriot” Act was invented…
Also yay. I missed rusty shitboxes.
This, according to former vice-president Dick Cheney, who reportedly admitted in a recent interview on Fox News that the Bush administration floated the $17.4 billion auto industry bailout package in order to give the outgoing administration enough time to exit and for the next administration to settle in before the house of cards in Detroit came tumbling down. According to Cheney, President Bush “decided that he did not want to be the one who pulled the plug just before he left office.”
before I fellated him (and since then too. Really!)
McCain ad pushes independence, distance from Bush
By GLEN JOHNSON
Associated Press Writer
RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — John McCain conceded in a new television commercial on Tuesday that “we’re worse off than we were four years ago,” and said he is the candidate best positioned to usher in an era of change. Continue reading