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Does this bread look good to you? Out of the oven and into my family's mouths.

It's black olive, roasted red peppers, wheat bread with some whole wheat and a bit of added gluten.
It seems to be a hit around here.

Reince Priebus - once more - remove the vowels

REINCE PRIEBUS

take out all the vowels and you have

RNC PR BS

I fully believe they made his name up in a secret committee and thought we would not catch on.

Republican National Committee Public Relations Bull Shit

Yup.
Werks for me.
You've been listening to him lately, yes?

edited to put the e before the i, not that it matters...

Sarah Palin Urges Newt Vote in Florida, Says Gingrich Will 'Clobber' Obama

Sarah Palin Urges Newt Vote in Florida, Says Gingrich Will 'Clobber' Obama

Sarah Palin is urging Florida voters to vote for Newt Gingrich on Tuesday in their state's Republican primary.

"Vote for Newt," Palin told Jeanine Pirro, host of the Fox News weekend program "Justice with Jeanine."

Palin made a passionate plea for Republican voters to reject Mitt Romney in Florida to keep the primary process going forward.

The former Alaska governor made it crystal clear that she favors former House Speaker Gingrich, suggesting that the Republican establishment in New York and Washington is trying to anoint former Massachusetts Gov. Romney the GOP nominee.

"And I say, you know, you’ve got to rage against the machine at this point in order to defend our republic and save what is good and secure and prosperous about our nation,” Palin said. “We need somebody who is engaged in sudden and relentless reform and is not afraid to shake up the establishment. So, if for no other reason, rage against the machine, vote for Newt, annoy a liberal, vote Newt, keep this vetting process going, keep the debate going.”

Here are key points Palin made on Fox:

read them here:

http://www.newsmax.com/Headline/Palin-Gingrich-Florida-Romney/2012/01/29/id/425837

Sarah gives the "Kiss" to Newt for Tuesday's vote. Says he'll be the one to beat the President.

Sarah Palin is urging Florida voters to vote for Newt Gingrich on Tuesday in their state's Republican primary.

"Vote for Newt," Palin told Jeanine Pirro, host of the Fox News weekend program "Justice with Jeanine."

Palin made a passionate plea for Republican voters to reject Mitt Romney in Florida to keep the primary process going forward.

The former Alaska governor made it crystal clear that she favors former House Speaker Gingrich, suggesting that the Republican establishment in New York and Washington is trying to anoint former Massachusetts Gov. Romney the GOP nominee.

"And I say, you know, you’ve got to rage against the machine at this point in order to defend our republic and save what is good and secure and prosperous about our nation,” Palin said. “We need somebody who is engaged in sudden and relentless reform and is not afraid to shake up the establishment. So, if for no other reason, rage against the machine, vote for Newt, annoy a liberal, vote Newt, keep this vetting process going, keep the debate going.”

Here are key points Palin made on Fox:

Read them here

sorry about the source, but I do think this really happened

http://www.newsmax.com/Headline/Palin-Gingrich-Florida-Romney/2012/01/29/id/425837

The best "laid" plans - A Judge's dilemma

When it comes to a happy WOW - this is heart stopping and heart warming. Gorillas. Don't miss it.

http://www.youtube.com/v/1eXS0o6r-Wk%26rel%3d0%26hl%3den_US%26feature%3dplayer_embedded%26version%3d3

edited to change punctuation

Mitt Romney borrows Tom Brokaw Broadcast about Gingrich Ethics Violations

In new 30-second Florida TV spot, Boston uses NBC Nightly News footage from January 1997 to detail Gingrich's ethics violations.

NBC’S TOM BROKAW: “Good evening. Newt Gingrich, who came to power, after all, preaching a higher standard in American politics, a man who brought down another Speaker on ethics accusations, tonight he has on his own record the judgment of his peers, Democrat and Republican alike. By an overwhelming vote, they found him guilty of ethics violations; they charged him a very large financial penalty, and they raised – several of them – raised serious questions about his future effectiveness.”


the ad plays here:
http://thepage.time.com/2012/01/28/mitt-borrows-brokaw-to-hit-newt/?xid=thepage_newsletter


The secret is out, here's what President Obama said to Governor Jan Brewer accd to Bill Maher:

-paraphrasing, probably poorly, because I was laughing hard through his whole monologue-

"I had the Navy Seals in the most dangerous country in the world last night, they flew in in the dark, they rescued the hostages, and killed every single one of the pirates. Are you sure you want to keep wagging that finger in my face?"

Mark Foley, Mario Batali, Dana Rohrabacher, Martin Bashir and Kennedy are the guests, and it's on already. Will be repeated at 11 on HBO EST

I must say this monologue was so funny I almost could not stand it.
Do yourself a favor and see it tonight if you can, or don't pass up on seeing a link later. Bill Maher was in rare form, and the happenings this week gave him plenty of fodder tor

Good news about the Polling ability.

From the pen of Skinner to me:
"The polls will come back."


That's all I know. I had occasion to "talk" to him and while I had his attention I asked him to tell me if they would be re-instated, and if not to let us know so our mourning can begin.

The knowledge that they will come makes the waiting easier.
It also means, Mz Pip, that you are on the hook for collecting the entries for "Winter".

Crossing the "teas" in dressing Mrs. Callista Gingrich (Beeler Cartoon)

I must say I like the caricatures, though I can't figure out what, or who, is hiding under the lady's skirt. I guess it could it be a water balloon full of first lady aspirations about to break?"

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