Friday, October 9, 2009
There are so many dandy headlines I have come across today! This post will simply be a list of rewards for best and worst headlines.
1. The award for, No Real Surprise There goes to the Clevelandleader.com who has, honestly I presume, discovered that the late Ted Kennedy actually came clean about much of his disordered life while dictating his autobiography to a ghost writer. Fortunately for his legacy, the late Senator's family prevented this material from making it into the final version, which is to be published. http://www.clevelandleader.com/node/11555 Ted Kennedy Claimed to Have Slept with over 1,000 Women One of the highlights is as follows: The source added that Kennedy even admitted to having planned to seduce Kopechne the night his car plunged off the road in Chappaquiddick. He even admits to paying out $10 Million to keep things mum. And to think that a Cardinal opted to honor this man at a Catholic Mass...SCANDALOUS!
2. The award for, Humor goes to realclearpolitics.com and their following short headline: Ethics Panel Widens Rangel Probe
3. The award for, You Have Got To Be Kidding Me goes to the Swedes who saw fit to award Oh, Bama the Nobel Peace Prize. One colleague declared that he is truly offended by these racist Swedes. Obama has published multiple books and is on his way to curing all that ills the American Health system. There is no excuse for them to have overlooked Obama for the Nobel prizes in literature and medicine! Clearly this was a race-based "oversight."
4. The award for, Well That Just #*sses Me Right Off goes to Harry Reid and all his fellow frauds. He actually found a way to get Nevada, and three other states, off the hook of paying for their own states' required expansion of Medicare as required by the Baucus Bill. To think that thoroughly bankrupt states like California and Ohio will have to pick up the tab for Nevadans, who don't even have to pay any state income taxes just ticks me right off. Especially because everyone else, but Alaska--as far as I know, has to pay a state-income tax to build their roads and what not, but Nevada gets that covered by their dividends from the gambling industry...which, incidentally, mostly comes from the residents of other states already.