Friday, August 25, 2006


Ray Nagin: "You guys in New York can't get a hole in the ground fixed."

NEW YORK — New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin criticized efforts to redevelop the World Trade Center site when confronted in a television interview about delays in rebuilding his city after Hurricane Katrina.

During the "60 minutes" interview, a correspondent pointed out flood-damaged cars still on the streets of New Orleans' devastated Ninth Ward. Nagin replied, "You guys in New York can't get a hole in the ground fixed, and it's five years later. So let's be fair."

I don't know why CBC bothered to interview this idiot in the first place. But the question is: Is New York a chocolate city?


Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Georgia Rep. McKinney Blames Media for Losing Primary Runoff Election

Yeah, sure. Nothing to do with socking a cop because he didn't bow to your majesty? Give me a break, Cynthia.


Thursday, August 03, 2006

Will we hear this?

Ahmadinejad's Mideast Solution: Destroy Israel.

Will I even hear this? Something tells me I'll be hearing a lot more about this. Now don't get me wrong, anti-Semitism is wrong and I DON'T support Mel Gibson (Alchohol does not an anti-Semite make.) But there's this thing called double standards.


Wednesday, August 02, 2006

It's time to play where are the Castros!

HAVANA — Fidel Castro still appeared to be running the show in Cuba on Wednesday after undergoing abdominal surgery and naming his brother acting president, while police and civilian groups patrolled neighborhoods that have seen civil disturbances in the past.

I don't think I'm the only one who doubts that Fidel is even alive. As for Raul, I don't really know. I am not hoping for Raul's presidency; I hear he's even worse than Fidel. But I smell revolution in the making. I can only hope so. Although I'm sure all this is breaking Michael Moore's heart...