A-merry-cans are losing their minds. How can a parent beat his child like that? It's an outrage! He should be arrested! Sheeeet. Some of you Negroes were watching that video and probably saying: I wish my [insert adult figure here] had whopped me like that. If they had I would have been acting up every damn day.
But I swear, some of you Negroes can be so violent. Yes, what some of you went through is actually called child abuse. This might have been abuse as well, because the judge's daughter was disabled at the time. So save your e-mails, I am not condoning what this judeg did to his then 16 year old daughter.
Still, many of you Negroes are now highly respected professionals in your communities with families of your own, so apparently that
Oh well, too late to prosecute daddy now. -That whole statute of limitations thing. Girlfriend waited too long to release the tape. I am guessing that that she knew what she was doing. She wanted to send daddy a message, but she didn't want him locked up.
I am so glad that republicans have their priorities right in Washington. Instead of working on getting folks back to work, they are busy voting to reaffirm that "In God We Trust" motto we cherish so much here in A-merry-ca.
Sorry,I have to go with O on this one:
"In a speech touting his $447 billion American Jobs Act in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, Obama jabbed, "I trust in God, but God wants to see us help ourselves by putting people back to work."
He then called out House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) by name.
"If Congress tells you they don't have time, they have time to do it," remarked the President.
"What have you guys been debating, John? You've been debating a commemorative coin for baseball. You have legislation reaffirming that "In God We Trust" is our motto. That's not putting people back to work," he added.
Democrats say the GOP is unwilling to pass President Obama's jobs bill because it would provide him with a political victory — and, potentially, an improved economic climate that would aid his re-election bid.
Republicans claim that they won't pass Obama's bill because it's the wrong solution to the nation's problems. They also said the vote didn't eat up much time and that they have brought up several jobs creation bills that the Democrat-controlled Senate has stalled.
The House voted 396-9 on Tuesday to reaffirm the national motto and urged its display in public schools and government buildings after Rep. Randy Forbes (R-Va.) introduced it.
Forbes argued that the resolution was necessary to remind Obama and other public officials who have occasionally forgotten the motto put in place in the 1950s.
"Unfortunately, there are a number of public officials who forget what the national motto is, whether intentionally or unintentionally," jabbed Forbes, pointing out that about a year ago the president was in Indonesia and mistakenly said America's motto was "E pluribus unum," meaning "out of many, one."
When asked if the president invoking God in the jobs legislation battle was "a bit much,” Obama spokesman Carney said the president meant "we have it within our capacity to do the things to help the American people."
He added, "I believe the phrase from the Bible is, 'The lord helps those who help themselves.’" [Source]
Carney is way too kind. No it's not "a bit much", because republicans in Washington are f&^%$#g insane! Voting to reafirm "In God We Trust"?
And yet everyone of those clowns voted against a jobs bill today. I bet God doesn't trust them. And, honestly, I wouldn't blame her if she didn't.
Finally, like many of you fellows, I always felt that there was a
little man down there with a life of its own trying to get out. Now I think I know why:
"Doctors at a Canadian hospital found a shocking image staring right back at them as they were scanning the testicles of a 45-year-old paraplegic man. The image of one of the testicles, shown above, looks like a man's face grimaced in agony.
"It was very ghoulish, like a man screaming in pain," Dr. Naji Touma of Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario told The Toronto Star. "His mouth was open and it looked like one eye was gouged out."
The image, taken in 2009, was sent to the medical journal "Urology," and was recently published with the headline, "The face of testicular pain: A surprising ultrasound finding." [Story]
The poor guy is a "paraplegic". I guess that man down there is screaming out louder than ever.