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Liberalism: Why think when you can “feel”?

It took them long enough, right? Dodd blames BP oil spill on…you guessed it…Bush!


So to assuage that anticipated criticism, the White House has quickly laid on a Friday presidential trip back down to Louisiana, his second. He didn’t see a drop of oil during the first one. But it looks good on TV. (See Related Items links below the video.)

Chris Dodd has been in the U.S. Senate now for five six-year terms and might have been looking into drilling safety precautions instead of special mortgage deals. So he too is eager to spread blame elsewhere.

You’ll never guess which recent Republican president Dodd tries to finger for last month’s underwater blowout.

You should watch the video at the link, where Imus takes Dodd to task for blaming Bush (around the 1:21 mark).  But hey, Dodd’s got his meme, and he ain’t lettin’ go anytime soon.

May 26, 2010 Posted by | Dodd, Obama, oil | Leave a comment

MA illegal immigration shill gets crashed into by a couple of tons of irony

Since no one is seriously hurt, I feel empowered to giggle mercilessly like pre-teens (or Andrew Sullivan, take your pick) at a Jonas Brothers concert.  Details:

Hey, Rep. Moran, how do you say “karma” in Spanish?

Michael Moran of Brighton is a staunch supporter of the “sanctuary” approach to illegal immigration we have here in Massachusetts. He voted against the Perry amendment that would require applicants for state benefits to prove they’re here legally. Moran voted for subsidized college tuition for illegals, too.

It’s safe to say that no Massachusetts politician has done more to make illegal immigrants feel welcome. Illegal immigrants like 27-year-old Isaias Naranjo, who (ahem) “met” Moran on the streets of Brighton last week.

According to Fox 25, Naranjo was driving 60 mph when he slammed his car into Moran’s. Naranjo was also drunk, driving without a license and – in an only-in-Massachusetts twist – was wearing a “Mexican costume” at the time.

Note the cavalier attitude of the criminal alien:

Now if Naranjo were just another Massachusetts taxpayer, he would be in some serious guacamole. But Fox reports that when police tried to explain the seriousness of his situation, he just laughed.

“Nothing is going to happen to me, man,” Naranjo told the cops. That’s because he was “going back to my home country, Mexico.”

Naranjo had gotten the Massachusetts message: It’s never illegal to be illegal here. In fact sometimes it’s pretty damn good.

Believe it or not, I’m not that mad at him for his nonchalant attitude.  I’m livid at the amnesty shills like Moran who have emboldened this cretin to feel this way.

May 26, 2010 Posted by | illegal immigration, irony, Massachusetts | 6 Comments