Posts filed under 'Isn’t it ironic?'

I was privy to a conversation between a friend in Canada…

…and three young American Obama supporters.

One of the Americans was bragging about how “everyone” on the States voted for Obama except for some old people and he couldn’t wait for them “to hurry up and die off” (almost his exact words).

So far, cialis buy sovaldi typical enough.

But the best part was a very few minutes later when he was complaining about his visit to my friend in Toronto because the taxes were so ridiculously high.

Add comment November 10th, 2008

Bye, bye bunny!

St. Paul City Office Boots Easter Bunny.

ST. PAUL, viagra usa thumb Minn., seek March 24 – A small Easter display was removed from the City Hall lobby on Wednesday out of concern that it would offend non-Christians.

The display – a cloth Easter bunny, no rx pastel-colored eggs and a sign with the words “Happy Easter” – was put up by a City Council secretary. They were not purchased with city money.

Tyrone Terrill, the city’s human rights director, asked that the decorations be removed. Terrill said no citizen had complained to him. 

Council Member Dave Thune called it a shame. “This has just gone too far,” he said. “We can’t celebrate spring with bunnies and fake grass?” 

The council president, Kathy Lantry, said the removal wasn’t about political correctness. “As government, we have a different responsibility about advancing the cause of religion, which we are not going to do,” she said.

They live in a city named SAINT Paul. I think it’s a little late to worry about the separation of church and state.

5 comments March 22nd, 2008

You can’t even make this stuff up folks.

The U.S. House of Representatives refused to be watched while deciding how closely to watch the rest of us.

2 comments March 13th, 2008

You know what’s ironic?

That so many women have been convinced that abortion is a birth right.

Add comment October 24th, 2007

The funniest thing…

…about a lesbian suing eHarmony for discrimination is that eHarmony is in the business of discrimination.

eHarmony is all about eliminating people from dating consideration based on things they have no control over: their height, cialis usa tadalafil eye-color, sildenafil sales baldness, age, etc…

So, basically, this lady wants eHarmony to stop discriminating against her, so she can have the opportunity to discriminate against a bunch of other people in her search for a romantic partner.

Romantic? Or ironic?

4 comments June 1st, 2007

The Democrats refuse to retreat…

…in their battle to surrender in Iraq:

Democrats may have lost the first round with President Bush on ending the war in Iraq since taking over Congress in January, generic cialis capsule but they say their fight has just begun.

Add comment May 25th, 2007

An ironic observation about the “Federal Prosecutor scandal?”

Apparently, viagra buy hospital the Democrats think that the Bush administration shouldn’t have the right to fire any of its employees for political reasons…except Alberto Gonzales.

(Or Don Rumsfeld or Karl Rove or …)

Add comment March 25th, 2007

A premature conclusion.

Isn’t it ironic that they lit the Wisconsin capital building pink and blue to help raise money for babies born prematurely, cialis sale sales but many of the people in that same building insist those babies could be killed on a whim if they were still inside their mothers?

With a tip of the hat to Dennis York

1 comment November 15th, 2006

If the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel…

…really wanted to clean up politics in Madison, viagra viagra they probably shouldn’t have endorsed Jim Doyle for governor.

Add comment November 8th, 2006

Free speach for me, but not for thee

The nice thing about students literally repressing Minutemen founder Jim Gilchrist‘s speech at Columbia University last night is that it reminds us that some on the Left in America have actually come to believe that free speach means nothing more than shouting down anyone who disagrees with you.

As one of the students said:

“I don’t feel like we need to apologize or anything. It was fundamentally a part of free speech. … The Minutemen are not a legitimate part of the debate on immigration.”

It stunneds me that this student can’t see the irony in believing that HIS free speech gives him the right to decide who else deserves to be heard.

What are they teaching at Columbia?

And how many of these students are attending the Columbia School of Journalism?

2 comments October 7th, 2006

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