Archive for January, 2009

Citigroup’s Err Force One

January 27, 2009


They got the message that this was not the right time for an upgrade to Savvy.

Mission Creep…

January 27, 2009


“First they took over the Banks, but I was not a Bank – so I said nothing. Then they bailed out the Automakers, but I was not an Automaker – so I got nothing. Then they bailed out California, but I was not a Californian. And then they came for the Talk Radio Stations, but I did not have a Radio show – so I did little. Then when they came for me, there was no one left who could stand up for me.”

Obama: Equal Opportunity Madness

January 27, 2009
Following in a long Line of Political Satire

Following in a long Line of Political Satire


Refresshing to see that satire can swing both ways.  Below, the banned 1973 National Lampoon Ad For Ted Kennedy and his Chappaquiddick issue.

If He Bought a VW He Might Have Been President

If He Bought a VW He Might Have Been President

His Friends All Drive Porsche’s…Barney Makes No Amends

January 24, 2009


You have to love Barney, taking care of a poorly run Boston Bank with our money.  Doesn’t your local bank have a loaner Porsche for their Executives to use?  … LINK

She’s All Class, “THIRD CLASS” that is

January 22, 2009
Ugly words

10 Pounds...

Pelosi said one of her favorite moments from Inauguration Day was when Marine One lifted off the Capitol grounds, signifying former President George W. Bush’s exit from Washington. “It felt like a 10-pound anvil was lifted off my head,” she said. (Story)

Way to take the High Road Madam Speaker, Tip O’Neil was a Gentleman. Disagreed but not Disagreeable, you madam are an embarrassment to people with class and it seems fitting that you represent those whom worship at the feet (and thrilled legs) of “Reporters” like Olbermann & Matthews and the rest of the MSM.

Cause & Effect

January 22, 2009



Caroline Kennedy, “It’s Personal”

January 22, 2009



“I informed Governor Paterson today that for personal reasons I am withdrawing my name from consideration for the United States Senate,” Kennedy said in a statement released hours after the Post first broke the story. (NYPOST)

Oh yeah, It was Personal all right, Personal for Hillary. Remember Caroline snubbed her and supported BHO and NOT her.  Teddy also bailed on Hillary along with “Patches” (For those who don’t know him by that regional name, That’s Teddy’s son Patrick, Congressman from Rhode Island).  So, Hillary no doubt called in on of her chits and Caroline is sent packing and wait for the Second Shoe to drop, and her cousins’ Ex- Husband Andrew Cuomo probably gets the nod… Hell hath no fury like Hillary scorn

President Obama Oval Office

January 21, 2009


Click On The Above Image To See ALL The Animated Images From The President’s First Day In The Oval Office

Great Start Rahm…

January 20, 2009


LINK so you don’t think I make this stuff up

Well This I Did make uprahm-chief-of-staff-page-picture (Below) Chief of Staff page on Click to see larger Size

“The Beast”…Where Have I Read That Reference?

January 20, 2009


Barack Obama will ride in an all-new Cadillac Presidential Limousine after his inauguration as the 44th President of the United States today.He will use the vehicle, nicknamed the Beast, on the 1.7-mile journey from the Capitol along the parade route to the White House. It reportedly has armour eight inches thick, tear-gas cannons and Kevlar-reinforced tyres that resist attack. For security reasons, most of the details remain confidential.

Since the 1930s, the job of providing transport for the President and members of his administration has alternated irregularly between Cadillac, one of troubled General Motors’ marques, and Ford’s luxury brand, Lincoln. Ford has not supplied the White House with limousines since 1989.

The latest Cadillac Presidential Limousine, nicknamed “The Beast”, is a completely new design, succeeding the DTS Presidential Limousine that appeared in 2004. Although it incorporates styling from contemporary Cadillacs, the heavily armoured limousine has been tailored to exacting specifications befitting its high-profile role. (LINK)