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The 25th Annual No Pants Senate

BuggiOlleo Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 9:08 AM
It's supposed to get worse before it gets better; however, Free Agency has changed everything. People are still shopping, going to the bank, and eating. What's that ol sayin..."No pain, no gain". The pain is on back order and awaiting release; any day now, be patient. Pizza tax just increased; sugar is nearby, and guns? now, there is a bad mix in there somewhere.
E. James Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 9:55 AM
In Ireland(where they worship Obama), they're already taxing trash(to no noticeable advantage) and now are adding a federal tax to the sale of a home. There's already a county tax.
Why is this important???
Because the Irish are finding out that goverments have a voracious appetite. We will(and are) experiencing this "taxation creep". Because of better gas mileage, there's a thought in D.C. to change to a "mileage tax".There's no end to government's inventiveness when they need more of our money.
E. James Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 9:49 AM
How right you are, Buggi!!! Problem is, that when the "back order" is delivered, who's going to be blamed??
Right now, the Republican Congress occupies the cellar in public opinion because the "American Idol" crowd can't drag themselves away from the boob tube long enough to understand that they, themselves, can't live forever on a credit card, and neither can government.
And if the Reps don't stick to their guns, they SHOULD be blamed!!!
howard194 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 9:19 AM

as inept as governments - of any form or in any nation - typically are, it's amazing to see the skill obamboozle and co are employing to sl.owly and carefully implement socialism and collapse this country while keeping the working-taxpaying citizens just comfortable enough to not consider full armed resistance and revolution.

is 'government' truly capable of working cleverly to this rotten end but not benevolently and honestly? maybe... it seems to mimic human nature's decitfulness. or are they just getting lucky?

The news media was agog on Sunday because the sacred holyday, the 12th Annual “No Pants on the Subway” event, took place around the world.

Yes, people on subways crossing metro areas everywhere dropped “trou” and showed the world what ought to be kept between a person’s significant other and their proctologist.

The internet today is full of colorful and creative- and mostly chaste- pictures of public transportation riders in their skivvies, yucking it up for cameras.     

And why?

Probably because while 25 percent of Americans chose to spend Sunday worshipping God and football, in capitals around...