Sunday, December 4, 2011

Dear Abby.........


'I have always wanted to have my family history traced, but I can't afford to spend a lot of money to do it.  Any suggestions?'
Sam in California.


'Register as a Republican, and run for public office.'



Anonymous said...

It's completely true, we all saw it coming.

Thersites said...

...but only run if you don't mind reading about that history in the Washington Post and/or New York Times.

Kid said...

Good one. :)

Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Now there's more truth in that than can be imagined. For example:

Isn't it amazing that, within only one week of Tiger Woods crashing his Escalade, the press found every woman with whom Tiger has had an affair during the last few years? And, they even uncovered photos, text messages, recorded phone calls, etc. Furthermore, they not only know the cause of the family fight, but they even know it was a wedge from his golf bag that his wife used to break out the windows in the Escalade. Not only that, they know which wedge. And, each & every day, they were able to continue to provide America with updates on Tiger's sex rehab stay, his wife's plans for divorce, as well as the dates & tournaments in which he will play.

Now, Barack Hussein Obama has been in office for three years, yet this very same press:

· Cannot find any of his childhood friends or neighbors;

· Or find any of Obama's high school or college classmates;

· Or locate any of his college papers or grades;

· Or determine how he paid for both a Columbia & a Harvard education;

· Or discover which country issued his visa to travel to Pakistan in the 1980's;

· Or even find Michelle Obama's Princeton thesis on racism.

They just can't seem to uncover any of this, not to mention his birth certificate.

Yet, the public still trusts that same press to give them the whole truth!

Simply amazing, isn't it?


Pris said...

I'd like to know more about these journalists and what their personal lives entail. Now that would be fun, wouldn't it?

After all, why should they be passing judgement on conservatives or anyone for that matter, and get a pass?

They're dealing in dirt, calling people names, avoiding reports on other liberals and liberal politicians, and sometimes making things up!

They are NOT doing their jobs, they're practically campaigning for Pete's sake.

Yep! They're public figures right? So what makes them sacrosanct?

The fact is, they can determine who wins, and who loses. They have too much power and it's gone to their heads, and they've forgotten why they're there.

I think it's time for Journalism to take a bath!

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Lisa said...

Oh that was hysterical Z. I love that.
Another way to have your family history traced/uncovered is to accuse a democrat of misconduct

Chakam said...

The MSM could not possibly let that House Negro, Uncle Tom, race traitor Mr. Cain challenge their Dear Leader.

They represent the Party of diversity, equality, inclusivity, and forced victimhood especially for former slaves and their ancestors. Mr. Cain wanted none of that, and based his campaign on being an American who just happened to be black.

He will be missed.

Z said...

isa, good, huh!

Chakam...exactly. And well said.

Pris...I swear our media now is an arm of the DNC, right?

nicrap said...

Completely off post.
But I thought perhaps you would like... ;)

My niece's just come from US of A and I asked her to show me her homework ... Incidentally, she is in fifth grade. This is the first page I chanced upon. The chapter title was Commas and Clauses. It began:

1. If you are serious about helping the environment, you can recycle many things beside paper.

And it just continues in the same vein for the rest.

Z said...'re not IN America ?? :-)

And yes, let's indoctrinate in GRAMMAR classes, too!
The other day, I saw a guy on video saying that math could be racist. I swear.

Liberal IS a mental disease.

Z said...

nicrap...there's the video...yes, a teacher said we must have 'nonracist math'

nicrap said..., ma'am, i am not in America. :)

Yes, i thought it would interest you. :)

Z said...

Nicrap..the information and the fact that you're not in America both interest me.


nicrap said...

...What about it, ma'am? About my not being in America i mean. :)

Pris said...

"yes, a teacher said we must have 'nonracist math'"

Z, wow is right. Good grief, and to think, I still call a blackboard.......a blackboard!

Well, hush my mouth.

Z said... makes no difference to me.
I'm not playing with your mind so let's just stop right here, FJ.

-FJ said...

nicrap is really from India, Z. Check your sitemeter.

I don't deceive my friends, at least never intentionally.

Z said...

FJ...I was told nicrap was you :-)

Nicrap, thanks for your input and thanks for frequenting GeeeeZ.
Sorry, I really did think you were someone else..:-)

Z said...

I just checked and see no INDIA, but maybe it's an UNKNOWN, I've got PLENTY of those!

-FJ said...

Others have confused us as well. We do share similar interests. :)

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Kid said...

Liberaldude, nice to see you are able to debate a subject with blazing intellect, facts, objective insights, and a lack of adolescent, meaningless talking points.

Good on ya.

nicrap said...

...just waking up, ma'am, which should tell you i really am in India. :)