Tuesday Open Thread

Posted by: ST on July 21, 2009 at 1:12 pm

… busy afternoon. I’ll check back in when I can.

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  1. Ron Russell says:

    Sitting around waiting for Beck to come on. Just can’t get enough of this guy–he is one of a kind. As he often says he is a thinker and boy is that right. He looks at all the angles. Can’t wait for todays show.

  2. Carlos says:

    Wolf Sen. Dodd of Connecticut is trying desperately to slip on his sheep costume, the one that fit him as a new senator many terms ago. But alas, the costume no longer fits due to the enormous growth of his girth due to pigging out on pork and paybacks.

    Hopefully, the corpulent crusader for his rich financial pals will get his just desserts in the next election, and the rest of the country can turn their attention to others of his ilk to eliminate them from the political opportunist landscape also.

  3. Neo says:

    A Spanish Catalan newspaper is reporting that Honduran authorities have seized computers found in the Presidential Palace belonging to deposed president Mel Zelaya. Taking a page right out of the leftist dictator’s handbook, these computers, according to the news report, contained the official and certified results of the illegal constitutional referendum Zelaya wanted to conduct that never took place. The results of this fraudulent vote was tilted heavily in Zelaya’s favor, ensuring he could go ahead and illegally change the constitution so he could remain in power for as long as he wanted to. ACORN, I’m sure, is taking notes.

    … strange how that Venezuelan technology works … it comes with the results predetermined. I wonder if the “rubes” in Venezuela have taken note.

    And then today …

    Honduran officials are investigating allegations that President Manuel Zelaya and his chief of staff stole millions of dollars from the central bank before the military ousted Mr. Zelaya last month, according to a senior Honduran official, government documents and other evidence.
    A security video from the Central Bank of Honduras made available to The Washington Times shows officials entering the bank June 24 and withdrawing large amounts of Honduran currency. The money was driven to the office of Mr. Zelaya’s chief of staff, Enrique Flores Lanza, according to depositions by three witnesses to Honduran prosecutors.
    Government documents and testimony by the three say that about $2.2 million was taken.