Covering the news of the week
By Russell D. Longcore
Casey Anthony: Kids all over America will now run when they see Mom reach for the duct tape.
Raising the Debt Ceiling: Expecting spending addicts to quit cold turkey ain’t happenin’.
Texas and the TSA: Your actions show who you are loyal to, and I just hope that the Federal collars Dewhurst and Straus wear don’t pinch too much.
UN Troops in South Sudan: American soldiers will certainly be in the mix.
South Sudan II: It’s about the OIL, stupid.
South Sudan III: Secession is OK everywhere in the world except the USA.
Libya: Washington is back to assassinating its enemies as foreign policy.
Weekly Jobs Report: Is entirely made up by Labor Department, and it still sucks.
Will and Kate in Canada: Rolling fashion show prepping the world for the next King.
Atlantis’ final launch: Kids can’t grow up to be an astronauts anymore, but President is still open for your young sociopath.
Usama bin Laden: Now what does DC do to justify staying in Iraq and Afghanistan?
Afghan War: Pakistanis are not amused by death from above.
US/China relations: DC is the addict, China is the dealer, and soon the dealer will stop dealing…and withdrawal is a bitch.
“Arab Spring:” Ain’t about democracy…it’s about getting rid of American puppet dictators.
Middle East: Israel runs an open-air concentration camp and calls it Palestine.
The Stock Market: Gains are simply reflections of increased inflation.
Greece: Riots and demonstrations by citizens who demand continued bread and circuses.
European Union: Destined to dissolve, could start the world economic collapse.
Sports: Baseball’s All-Star game is a circle jerk in the shape of a diamond.
Sports II: The NFL lockout…pampered millionaires arguing with billionaires while the fans take it in the shorts.
Sports III: The NBA lockout…see Sports II.
Entertainment: “Cars 2” stops being amusing, starts preaching about evil corporations.
DumpDC. Six Letters That Can Change History.
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