Jun 14, 2011

Night for the Right - and Faux News Slanting againt Obama. Skipwaves for 6/14


Fox & Company slants and spins against Obama.  Fox News and the right wing Drudge Report headlined that Obama joked about joblessness... all part of their continued spin against the O'man.    Yet more straightforward Yahoo points to the real story... that Obama is pushing for HIGH TECH EDUCATIONS - Math Science and Engineering as ways to get good jobs.

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Mad Mag's Spy vs Spy
Paki-Leaks!  The U.S. has given Pakistan insurgent bomb-making factories several times in recent weeks, only to have the insurgents learn their cover had been blown and DISAPPEAR!

The U.S. gave Pakistan the intelligence as part of a trust-building exercise after the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, but now officials are worried the intel was either accidentally leaked or deliberately given to the insurgents.


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Great News... Two photos of a smiling Rep. Gabrielle Giffords were released early Sunday by her office, her hair shorn short but few other telling signs of her gunshot wound to the head.  One here, showing a depression near her left eye, caused by the gunman's bullet.   By Wednesday she goes home from the hospital.

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Seven Republicans 'debated' Monday night in New Hampshire.
Romney looked very presidential and was the clear winner but Professor Newt has a way of bringing common sense to a discussion.  Pawlenty looked boring and gutless.  Bachmann and her plastic smile looked, well 'plastic' and polished.   Michele ("Miss Tea Party") declared for President, surprise surprise.   If you were looking for a mudfest, it didn't happen.  They dashed the O'man, not each other.  Most looked like they were running for vice president.  Boring.

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Clarence Clemons, legendary member of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, has suffered a stroke according to The Associated Press.  A source close to the saxophonist confirmed to the AP that the 69-year-old suffered the stroke in his Florida home on Sunday night.  It's reported his left side, his playing hand is paralyzed.

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Kenny Rodgers, at 72, plays in Kansas City over last weekend.
Liberty Belle Bomber crashes and burns.  A magnificent WWII bomber plane crashed and caught fire near Chicago Monday morning. No one was injured.  Seven people were onboard the plane. Officials say they all walked away from the crash.  The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress was at airport in Oswego, Illinois, to mark the 67th anniversary of D-Day.
The bomber was grounded over the weekend due to mechanical problems.

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  • Brushing your teeth regularly has been shown to prevent heart disease.

  • Astronauts cannot burp in space. There is no gravity to separate liquid from gas in their stomachs.
  • A kiss stimulates 29 muscles and chemicals causing relaxation. Women seem to like it light and frequent, men like it more strenuous. 
  • Men can read smaller print than women; women can hear better.
     
  • Your nose and ears never stop growing. 


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