• Look, left-o-shere… if you’re that pissed at the Democrats in Congress over FISA and whatever else,  that you’re going to waste all our time and bandiwth with your screaming, does that mean you will be doing America a favor and not be voting fot them? And Obama, too? Yeah, didn’t think so. So, shut UP already. In wartime, like it or not you do what’s needed.
  • If you’ll recall, I said of Sullivan yesterday that the reason his comments on gasoline were so screwy is that he’s ot out here in the reasl world with the rest of us. Seems to me that this USSC ruling yesterday shows us pretty much the same thing.
  • I’m not so sure I’m too worried about NORK getting off the terror list for the moment. Arguably, there are still uncomfortable connections between them and Syria where high-powered weaponry are concnerned. Still, when an errant dog returns to heel, you need to reinforce the behavior with a reward. Not only does it keep the one dog at heel, but sets an example for the rest.
  • Point of order: The phrase “Olberman goes nuts” makes the assumption he didn’t START there.  You really have to wonder what the guy is on, that is fueling this constant paranoia with him.  See, there’s the real problem with being ‘edgy’. It means the edge is near.
  • I mentioned the “Obama isn’t elegible to run for POTUS meme yesterday, and in last nights’ Ramble, and allowed last night, particularly how the thingw as going to light up shortly. I was right. Israeli Insider:

    It is now a certainty that the “birth certificate” claimed by the Barack Obama campaign as authentic is a photoshopped fake.

    The image, purporting to come from the Hawaii Department of Health, has been the subject of intense skepticism in the blogosphere in the past two weeks. But now the senior spokesman of that Department has confirmed to Israel Insider what are the required features of a certified birth document — features that Obama’s purported “birth certificate” clearly lack.

    The image became increasingly suspect with Israel Insider’s revelation that variations of the certificate image were posted on the Photobucket image aggregation website — including one listing the location of Obama’s birth as Antarctica, one with the certificate supposedly issued by the government of North Korea, and another including a purported photo of baby Barack — one of which has a “photo taken” time-stamp just two minutes before the article and accompanying image was posted on the left-wing Daily Kos blog.

    That strongly suggests that Daily Kos obtained the image from Photobucket, not the State of Hawaii, the Obama family, or the Obama campaign. Photobucket is not generally known as a credible supplier of official vital records for any of the fifty states, and the liberties that other Photoshoppers took with the certificates confirms this.

    Oh, it gets better… Go and read. And look; there are questions from both sides of this thing. Lest anyone get the wrong idea, here,  I’m skeptical of both of them, just now. And perhaps that’s the point.  Both sides are equally incredible.  But my overwhelming mistrust of Obama and his minions cause me to look seriously at it all.

  • Verne Troyer (Yeah, that mini-me guy)  in a sex tape? Okaaaaayyyyy… A short film, I suppose.
  • Rich Lowry passes along a note about how the Democrats are still trying to push the ‘gobal warming’ myth, and using up valuable intel community time doing it.It’s clear they value pushing their political fables over actual national security priorities.

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