Monday, October 5, 2015

The Ice Cube In Heels Tries “Angry Ice Cube” On For Size

During a “picturesque Potemkin Village pancake breakfast” with NBC’s Savannah Guthrie in Hollis, New Hampshire, The Ice Cube In Heels feigned indignation [beginning at vid mark 5:45] over a question regarding the House Select Committee on Benghazi.

“Look at the situation they chose to exploit, to go after me for political reasons: the death of four Americans in Benghazi. I knew the ambassador. I identified him. I asked him to go there. I asked the president to nominate him.  This committee was set up, as they have admitted, for the purpose of making a partisan political issue out of the deaths of four Americans. I would have never done that,” said The Now-Angry Ice Cube In Heels.

She went on to say, “If I was the president and there were Republicans or Democrats who were thinking about that I would have done everything to shut it down.”

Sounds like she was taking a dig at The World’s Most Dangerous Community Organizer doesn’t it?  What the Ice Cube failed to mention in her outburst was that she failed to protect the very ambassador she “knew” and “identified”.  It was she who falsely claimed that a YouTube™ video triggered the attack that killed the ambassador she “knew” and it was she who sent Susan Rice to go on five Sunday talk shows and knowingly lie about the death of the ambassador she “knew”.  Oh, and most importantly, she didn’t say a peep about the Select Committee’s discovery of her private email server.
A colossal blunder by House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy recently gave Clinton the opportunity to try the witch hunt card again by claiming that the Benghazi Select Committee had diminished her political ambitions.
In a published report from The Hill, we are told that Democrats on the Benghazi Committee are “now running a protection effort for the former Secretary.”  They released portions of a secret transcript containing the testimony of Clinton aide and confidante Cheryl Mills and threatened to release the full transcript via a letter to Chairman Trey Gowdy.

Gowdy spokesman Jamal Ware said of the Democrats’ actions today, “It is one thing to merely sit idly by while others do serious work, it is quite another to attempt to undercut their work with selective leaks in violation of House Rules.”

Ed Klein, author of “Unlikeable:  The Problem With Hillary”, wrote that Hillary is vulnerable but is acting as though the trouble she’s in is merely a political smear job by right-wing zealots.

He also notes that a Clinton confidante of 30 years has repeatedly advised her that “this FBI email investigation could go in a very dangerous direction very quickly” and that she should “lawyer up.”  “There is going to be blood in the water.  The investigators are looking for weak links to get to the bottom of what went on with Hillary’s national security emails and I’m afraid they will find it.”

Ambassador Chris Stevens could not be reached for comment.

Flowing Curves Of Beauty

Men don't get cellulite. God might just be a man. 

Saturday, October 3, 2015

Carolina Panthers Vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers

I am a little surprised that the Panthers are 3-0 so far this season.  This week they face the Tampa Bay Bucs at Raymond James Stadium.  The game will air on FOX at 1:00 PM ET.

Their 3-0 record will be put to the test against the Bucs who are looking to end their 10-game home losing streak.

I’ve been hard on QB Cam Newton ever since he signed with the Panthers.  Remember it was Nolan Nawrocki of Pro Football Weekly who wrote of Newton, "Very disingenuoushas a fake smile, comes off as very scripted and has a selfish, me-first makeup.  Always knows where the cameras are and plays to them. Has an enormous ego with a sense of entitlement that continually invites trouble and makes him believe he is above the lawdoes not command respect from teammates and will always struggle to win a locker room…Lacks accountability, focus and trustworthinessis not punctual, seeks shortcuts and sets a bad example. Immature and has had issues with authority. Not dependable."

Last Sunday against the Saints he finally decided to be smart by going to Greg Olsen, his best wide receiver now that Kelvin Benjamin is out for the season with a knee injury.

I will say that I’m looking forward to seeing the Panthers’ newest addition, Jared Allen, acquired recently from the Chicago Bears.  He’s the NFL’s active leader in sacks.  If Carolina keeps winning and Allen works out as they hope he will, they could very well be eyeing a third straight Division Title.  Let’s hope for the best.

Despite my compliment Newton still has an obnoxious sense of self-importance.  I offer as proof the whiny press conference Cam did where he claimed Head Referee Ed Hochuli didn’t throw a penalty flag for what Newton said was a late hit early in the fourth quarter by Tyeler Davison after releasing the ball.  Available film doesn’t show the “hit” but does show the conversation that followed.  Newton claims Hochuli said, “Cam, you’re not old enough to get that call.”  Hochuli vehemently denies Newton’s assertion and insists he told him he didn’t get the call because he was running out of the pocket.  Even the announcers noted “there was no late hit there.”

Further proof of his immaturity lies in his tweet taking a dig at the refs:
Now you have to wonder if the refs will retaliate for Cam trying to throw Hochuli under the bus.  Cam would do well to keep his damned pie hole shut.


And because no football post would be complete without pom-poms, take a gander at this week’s lovely Top Cat.


The Washout: The Saddest Bulldog You’ve Even Seen

For everyone who was certain that Alabama’s dynasty was faltering after a disappointing loss to Ole Miss at home, you were wrong.  Wrong I tell ya.

The 91,000 Dawgs’ fans getting drenched in a driving rain in Athens were there to see Bama take it on the chin against a highly vaunted Georgia team.  The vast majority of them began streaming out of Sanford Stadium within minutes of the start of the 3rd quarter.

So…for all you bookies in Vegas and beyond who had Bama as underdogs, who’s the dog now?

Rammer jammer, yellow hammer.  We just beat the hell out of you!

From CBS Sports, which aired the game, comes this succinct description of the game:
“Alabama vs. Georgia was billed as one team trying to prove its national championship credentials vs. one trying to prove theirs were as strong as ever. Turns out you can consider Alabama's alive and well…and continue to dismiss Georgia's on sight.

Friday, October 2, 2015

Alabama Crimson Tide Vs Georgia Bulldogs

The road to the SEC Championship begins in earnest today as my beloved Crimson Tide travels to Athens to do battle ‘tween the hedges against Georgia.  Bama is ranked No. 13 while the Dawgs are sitting at No. 8.  The game kicks off at 3:30 PM and will air on CBS.

Coach Saban is counting on strong performances from Derrick Henry and Kenyan Drake and the improved throwing skills of QB Jake Coker.  On the other side of the ball, the Dawgs have standout QB Grayson Lambert and the dynamic running duo of Nick Chubb and Sony Michel.

As good as Georgia’s offense has been so far this season they are facing a tenacious Bama defense.  They have great speed up and down the field and rarely make mistakes.  They will have to kick things up a notch against a disciplined Georgia offense.

Alabama hasn't played in Sanford Stadium since they buried the Bulldogs in their black jerseys (the now-famous “blackout” game) after running out to a 31-0 halftime lead and going on to totally destroy them 41-30 in 2008. Mark Richt was Georgia’s head coach at the time and must remember the sting of that loss.

Seth Emerson, who covers the Bulldogs for the Atlanta Journal Constitution tweeted back in August, “Georgia will not be wearing any alternative uniforms this year, per A.D. Greg McGarity. Stand down, Georgia fans.”

Given that “the blackout” failed, the braintrust at UGA has devised another method to pump up the Dawg Nation.  In advance of Saturday’s matchup, “Wear Red. Beat Bama” billboards were put up throughout the state.  Bama is in their heads big-time.

Bama leads the series between these two teams 37-25-4, but oddsmakers have the Tide as 2-and-a-half point underdogs for the first time in six years.

Bama’s senior defensive cornerback Cyrus Jones told Sports Illustrated on Monday, “The fact that we’re underdogs, I think it just gives us that much more motivation to go out there and just kind of reclaim our reputation and how we want to be viewed by the rest of the league and the rest of the country.

Freshman running back Bo Scarbrough is healthy again after tearing knee ligaments during spring ball and is eligible to play after missing four games due to an NCAA violation committed during his recruitment.

If Offensive Coordinator Lane Kiffin and Coach Saban decide to play Henry, Drake and Scarbrough at the same time it could open up Alabama’s offense and give the Dawgs’ defense fits.

Alabama’s dynasty has all but been called “dead” by the “experts”.  Go ahead ya’ll, keep telling yourself that.  Win this game and the loss to Ole Miss will be all but forgotten.

The forecast for today’s game is calling for staggering, soaking rains—might as well call it the Rain Bowl.  


And since no football post would be complete with some pom-poms, feast your eyes on one of Alabama’s lovely Crimsonettes.

Wolf Blitzer’s Beard

Every so often someone wins the Internet with something clever.  Today was one of those days.  Curtis Houck at MRC’s NewsBusters reported that part of CNN’s live coverage of the deadly college shooting in Oregon had little Wolfie Blitzer filling in for Anderson Cooper.

CNN, as we all know, is the indisputable storehouse of pooled ignorance and off-the-wall opinion.  So Wolfie declared that The World’s Most Dangerous Community Organizer “was embarrassed of the United States in front of the world” when he commented on the tragedy and urged Americans to “politicize” mass shootings.

Speaking with chief political analyst Gloria Borger and senior Washington correspondent Jeff Zeleny, Blitzer proclaimed: “Cause it was almost like, Gloria, he was embarrassed of the United States in front of the world saying every other industrialized country, every other Western country, they don't have these kinds of mass shootings every few weeks as we have here in the United States.”

So, this guy tweeted:

We Are Americans

Netanyahu: Telling The World The Truth About Those Who Seek Our Destruction

Watching Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu address the 70th United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday, his countenance seemed inexplicably restless as he reached for first one pair of glasses then exchanging them for another in his jacket breast pocket.

He gazed upon the audience noting the representatives of the nations assembled there walking out and the conspicuous absence of those who had already left the auditorium to boycott his speech.  That gesture was heralding what would follow a short time later in his speech.

On Monday, in her speech on the floor of the UN General Assembly, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner revealed that former White House Coordinator for Arms Control and Weapons of Mass Destruction, Gary Samore, attempted to convince Argentina to provide the Islamic Republic of Iran with nuclear fuel to increase its nuclear capabilities.

According to Kirchner, when Samore was asked to provide the request in writing, all communication from the United States ceased. “This message was conveyed and I believe that was the last time, after that communication, that our Minister of Foreign Affairs saw Gary Samore.”
NOTE:  Buried within a press release issued in August of this year, UANI (United Against Nuclear Iran) announced its president, Mr. Samore, had resigned his post.  Responding to this bombshell, a senior administration official told The Blaze that “the fuel swap story is old news and was a confidence building gesture.”
The World’s Most Dangerous Community Organizer finds America’s allegiance to Israel problematic because of Israel’s ferocious opposition to a nuclear deal with Iran.  In a speech at the American University in Washington he said, “I believe the facts support this deal.  I believe they are in America’s interests and Israel’s interests, and as President of the United States it would be an abrogation of my constitutional duty to act against my best judgment simply because it causes temporary friction with a dear friend and ally.”

Taken together, it is easy to understand the thundering rage expressed by Prime Minister Netanyahu as it becomes more and more clear that Israel stands alone and this president continues his humiliating treatment of our closest ally.

From an excerpt of his speech:
The vast majority of Israelis believe that this nuclear deal with Iran is a very bad deal. And what makes matters even worse is that we see a world celebrating this bad deal, rushing to embrace and do business with a regime openly committed to our destruction. 
Last month, Khamenei once again made his genocidal intentions clear before Iran’s top clerical body, the Assembly of Experts. He spoke about Israel, home to over six million Jews. He pledged, “there will be no Israel in 25 years.” 
Seventy years after the murder of six million Jews, Iran’s rulers promise to destroy my country. Murder my people. And the response from this body, the response from nearly every one of the governments represented here has been absolutely nothing! 
Utter silence! 
Deafening silence. 
(At this point, Netanyahu paused for 45 seconds panning the hall with a furrowing glare) 
Perhaps you can now understand why Israel is not joining you in celebrating this deal. If Iran’s rulers were working to destroy your countries, perhaps you’d be less enthusiastic about the deal. If Iran’s terror proxies were firing thousands of rockets at your cities, perhaps you’d be more measured in your praise. And if this deal were unleashing a nuclear arms race in your neighborhood, perhaps you’d be more reluctant to celebrate. 
But don’t think that Iran is only a danger to Israel. Besides Iran’s aggression in the Middle East and its terror around the world, Iran is also building intercontinental ballistic missiles whose sole purpose is to carry nuclear warheads. Now remember this:  Iran already has missiles that can reach Israel. So those intercontinental ballistic missiles that Iran is buildingthey’re not meant for usThey’re meant for you. For Europe. For America. For raining down mass destructionanytime, anywhere.


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