WorldNetDaily better give me credit.
A White House plane carrying Michelle Obama came dangerously close to a 200-ton military cargo jet and had to abort its landing at Joint Base Andrews on Monday as the result of an air traffic controller’s mistake, according to federal officials familiar with the incident.
I hear Bill Ayers was flying the First Lady’s plane.
We already know truthers to be paranoid idiots, but I had no idea they were this stupid.
Mark Dice, a prominent member of The 9/11 Truth Movement, tells us his fellow conspiracy theorists are pissed — because they feel Charlie has abandoned their cause.
Mark tells us Charlie should be “asking hard questions about what happened on 9/11 and the resulting wars … not bragging about smoking crack and sleeping with hookers.”
Wouldn’t Charlie Sheen be the last person you’d want representing your cause? Guess they’re stuck with Rosie O’Donnell.
Florida officials are investigating an unemployment agency that spent public money to give 6,000 superhero capes to the jobless.
Workforce Central Florida spent more than $14,000 on the red capes as part of its “Cape-A-Bility Challenge” public relations campaign. The campaign featured a cartoon character, “Dr. Evil Unemployment,” who needs to be vanquished. …
Workforce Central Florida Director Gary J. Earl defends the program, saying it is part of a greater effort to connect with the community. The agency says it served 210,000 people during its last fiscal year, placing nearly 59,000 in jobs.
Was feeling a bit masochistic last night (perhaps I’ve been watching too many Braves games) so I checked in on our old pal Piers. He claims Americans are going crazy with excitement over the upcoming royal nuptials, though I’ve yet to meet anyone who gives a shit. Either Piers in denial or his social circle includes a lot of middle-aged women who still miss Rosie O’Donnell’s TV show.
The Brits fail to realize this is their Super Bowl halftime show — a moment of communal shallowness that elicits well-deserved mockery from the rest of the world. Most of us find their fetish for the fairy tale silly, at best.
And by the way, next time you produce a Russell Brand, keep him to yourselves.