“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."
Trust me; she don' look like "Me."ReplyDelete
I bet she has great "tits." :)ReplyDelete
Of course, when you have to start your big ad with "I'm not a witch" it might not be a good sign. :)ReplyDelete
I am not a Crook!ReplyDelete
My balls aren't freezing in the river.ReplyDelete
I like the font up top. It was the Diogenes font the other day I thought plain.ReplyDelete
I don't really think I like her. Yeah, she's young and smart. She attractive and probably has tits. Who cares if she has dabbled in witch craft. We all dabbled in evil at one time or another. Who cares if she's not a good teleprompter reader. I don't buy the "I'm you" speech. It didn't affect me…sorry.ReplyDelete
Whit is that all you have to say about something that has been the center of attention since the early morning?ReplyDelete
Hey, I haven't said anything yet!ReplyDelete
Figure you don't interupt the work of a great master.
We all dabbled in evil at one time or another...
I was just heading out but I'd be tempted to stay if you plan to expound.
Like she came up with that herself.
Besides if I wanted me to be in D.C., I'd run myself.
New day, same ol BS.
"I was just heading out but I'd be tempted to stay if you plan to expound."ReplyDelete
You go first.
Sorry, I was talking to Deuce earlier and that little message was a follow-up to our conversation.ReplyDelete
Look what I found when I was googling elephant bar imagesReplyDelete
I also found bobReplyDelete
Here are some elephants Guess where google found them.ReplyDelete
I give up where did google find them.ReplyDelete
Hey, I've seen them here.ReplyDelete
As a matter of fact I pulled that picture as a nominated photo for the Bosco Awards.
I have a tremendously pulsating headache that feels like tiny needles sitting behind my optic nerve sending extreme pain to the cornea of my eyes shooting across my forehead and up to my brain.ReplyDelete
I think I need to go to bed I have a long day tomorrow.
I think that warrants way more sympathy than Quirk's fractured ribs.ReplyDelete
Attempted Times Square bomber gets life sentence
New York — The man who plotted to kill Americans by driving a homemade car bomb into Times Square and leaving it to explode has been sentenced to life in prison.
A federal judge gave Faisal Shahzad a mandatory life prison term at his sentencing Tuesday in Manhattan federal court. The bomb he had packed into the back of an SUV sputtered, injuring no one in a Times Square packed with tourists.
Calling himself a Muslim solider, a defiant Shahzad pleaded guilty in June to 10 terrorism and weapons counts.
Shahzad, a former budget analyst from Connecticut and a Pakistani immigrant, was arrested two days after his May 1 attempted bombing.
He told the judge a defeat of the United States is imminent.
Life for NY Terrorist
The Saudis have the potential to play a key role in the talks, for political and religious reasons. Saudi Arabia was one of only three countries, along with the UAE and Pakistan, to give diplomatic recognition to the Taliban government in Afghanistan before 2001.ReplyDelete
In the fall of 2008, the Saudis agreed to host a secret dialogue between Taliban and Karzai government representatives while saying they would not formally bless them unless the Taliban agreed to three conditions - a public rejection of al-Qaeda, recognition of the Afghan government and relinquishment of Taliban arms. Those remain Saudi conditions, shared by the Karzai government and the Obama administration.
The Saudis sat in on the meetings and briefed interested parties, including the United States, on what was said.
She's like June cleaver on Xanax.ReplyDelete