Sunday, February 8, 2009

Ashley Judd Is A Moron Moonbat

I find it quite funny that liberals like Ashley Judd hates Sarah Palin because she hunts wolves and said that Palin’s is accused of "casting aside science and championing the slaughter of wildlife." but is all for the brutal(and disgusting) procedure know as Partial-Birth Abortions. Some humanitarian!:Check Spelling

"Last year, Judd appeared on a panel of the Clinton Global Initiative and promoted her pro-abortion agenda. She declared to our gang at that "a woman voting for McCain and Palin is like a chicken voting for Colonel Sanders." So let’s get this straight. According to the humanitarian ethics of Ashley Judd, Sarah Palin shouldn’t allow wolves to be shot from an airplane, but she should allow human babies to have their skulls vacuumed out and killed in a partial-birth abortion. Who here is in favor of "senseless savagery" again? "

So let me get this straight, in Judds mind, killing wolves and hunting is bad even though Alaskan kill wolves in order for them to preserve their Caribou and Moses population which is a main source of food for for Alaskan and wolves and if their were too many wolves the Caribou and Moses population would diminish which there would be no food for the wolves and they would all starve to death. But its a-okay to kill babies! Liberal logic makes my head spin.

Saturday, January 24, 2009

Why Am Not Updating So Much

You guys must be wondering why its taking me so long to update. Well its because I am writing a book. I will try to update as much as I can. I promise.

Saturday, January 17, 2009

More Bad Soda Goes Into Bad Politics

One of my favorite soda's, Jones Soda, has decided to follow Pepsi in the Obama tank by making a soda, which has a really cheesy name and bad sounding flavor to commemorate Obama being elected. I wonder if Jones would have done the same if McCain was elected? Oh wait I know the answers to that, HELL NO! Well my dad was right, all these people are now starting to come out of the wood work. I am never drinking Jones again. Smart move on their part to alienate half of their customers. But then again, what do you except from a Seattle based company. Nothing but Coke and Snapple tea for me, unless of course they too go on the Obama bandwagon.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Bad Soda Go's Into Bad Politics

Old Pepsi Logo Obama "Hope" logo
New Poltical Pepsi Logo

What's red, white and blue, round in shape and has some curvy lines? President-elect Barack Obama's logo. Pepsi's new logo, too. Adding to "Obama brand" and "Pepsi brand" similarities: Both camps are preaching a message of optimism and hope.
Pepsi spokeswoman Nicole Bradley says that no marketing ideas were exchanged between the Pepsi and Obama teams. "We can't speak to the president-elect's design sensibilities, but we're all over his prevailing spirit of optimism," she says. "That's as refreshingly bipartisan as it gets."

This explains way I have always like Coke over Pepsi. I hated Pepsi even before this little stunt. To me Pepsi tasted flat and like cat urine. Also this also explains my hatred for Pepsi. For a long time Pepsi was one of the leading participants in the illegal Arab boycott of Israel while Coke's a Cola has a bottling plant in Israel.

Friday, January 9, 2009

Sniff, Sniff Seattle P-I Going Out Of Business

One down another hundred to go:

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, which first rolled off the presses in 1863 and has been the state's longest-publishing newspaper, is up for sale.
The newspaper's staff was called into a closed meeting today by Publisher Roger Oglesby. Present at the meeting was Hearst Newspaper President Steve Swartz, who told the newsroom that Hearst Corp. is starting a 60-day process to find a buyer.
If a buyer is not found, Swartz said, possible options include creating an all-digital operation with a greatly reduced staff, or closing its operations entirely.
In no case will Hearst continue to publish the P-I in printed form, Swartz said.
Regardless, he said, if no buyer is found, the P-I as a newspaper will not publish after the two months is up.
Swartz discounted rumors that Hearst, the P-I's owner since 1921, was interested in buying The Seattle Times newspaper.
He said the P-I has had operating loses since 2000, losing around $14 million this past year. Greater losses are anticipated this year, he said.
"P-I breaking news editor Candace Heckman said the staff appeared stunned in the newsroom after the meeting.
"People cried, people are still crying, editors are slamming their doors," she said. "There's talking of drowning their sorrows."
Several people have since left the building. A few people are working on stories, but, "I am looking around a newsroom that is not working very much."
Longtime P-I columnist Joel Connelly met reporters outside the globe-topped P-I building overlooking Elliott Bay. He said the newsroom resembled a "yellow jacket nest." Connelly said he rode down the elevator with manager editor David McCumber, who Connelly said summed up the morning with a single profanity."

Ahhh, boo hoo! Could not of happen to more deserving people. That rag hasn't been profitable in over thirty years. Bout time they went out of business. Not all of the Starbuck's in Washington can save them now.( I like Starbuck's though) I wonder who next? I heard the New York Times is filing for bankruptcy in May. I guess 2009 is turning out not to such a bad year after all.