Sep 17, 2011

Jay Leno: Michele Bachmann convicted!; VIDEO Congress: Preps for RealAlien Invasion

Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann Friday evening hit the late-night comedy circuit with an appearance on NBC’s “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.”

“If you become president — and you seem pretty strident in your views…,” Jay Leno said, before Bachmann interrupted him.

“Convicted. I’m convicted,” she said.

“Convicted?” Leno replied. “No, you don’t get convicted until after you’re in office. That’s later. You have to get elected first.”



Congress okaying budget for War with Aliens from Outer Space! 



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A Kansas high school teacher is apologizing after parents complained because she stepped on an American flag while discussing free speech rights in her class.
Officials at Circle High School in Towanda said Jennifer McKinsey, a U.S. government and history teacher, stepped on the flag this week while discussing controversial behaviors that are protected by the First Amendment.
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Did Towanda, Kan., teacher Jennifer McKinsey go too far during a First Amendment lesson when she stepped on a U.S. flag?
Cherie Davis, a parent of a Circle student, complained to school officials.








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WHY DOES AT&T SUPPORT THE EXTREMIST IDEAS OF RICK PERRY?

Texas Governor Rick Perry holds some radical—and dangerous—views. He's open to Texas seceding from the United States. He believes Social Security is "a Ponzi scheme." He doesn't believe in global warming, but believes in teaching "intelligent design" to kids. He's anti-abortion and anti-gay-marriage. And he opposes the federal income tax, which provides 45% of government revenue.
And yet AT&T contributed $462,739 to Perry since 2000.1 What's more, AT&T spent $18,349 to sponsor a lunch last December at a conservative summit and distribute 700 copies of Fed Up!, Perry's book which contains some of his most extreme ideas.2 Why? Good question.
The last time a Texas governor ran for president—remember George W. BushAT&T gave the maximum amount allowed to the Bush-Cheney campaigns in the 2000 and 2004 elections. And we know how that turned out for the country.
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The plane leaves Heathrow Airport under the control of a Jewish captain.  His co-pilot is Chinese.  It's the first time they've flown together and an awkward silence between the two seems to indicate a mutual dislike.  Once they reach cruising altitude, the Jewish captain activates the auto-pilot, leans back in his seat, and mutters, 'Ya know I don't like the Chinese.”
“No ‘rike’ Chinese?” asks the co-pilot, “why not? “You people bombed Pearl Harbor, that's why!” 
“No, no,” the co-pilot protests, “Chinese not bomb ‘Peahl Hahbah’!  That Japanese, not Chinese.” 
“Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese -- doesn't matter -- you're all alike!” 
There's a few minutes of silence. 

“I no ‘rike’ Jews!” the co-pilot suddenly announces.  
“Oh yeah, why not?” asks the captain.  
“Jews sink Titanic!” says the co-pilot.  “What?  You're insane!  Jews didn't sink the Titanic!” exclaims the captain, “it was an iceberg!” 

“Iceberg, Goldberg, Greenberg, Rosenberg” – “No ‘mattah’ -- all same!”

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