As the battle for the White House wages on, so does the scramble for endorsements. Mitt Romeny, after an overseas trip, picked up the endorsement of the man (along with Pope John Paul II, Margaret Thatcher, and Ronald Reagan) who brought the Soviets to their knees. Lech Walesa, the Nobel Prize winner and former Polish president, effectively endorsed Mitt Romney for president, in Poland yesterday. The two leaders who are trying to help rebuild the Soviet empire and resurrect communism, Iran’s Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez have endorsed President Obama. Toss in Castro’s niece who endorsed him a month ago and you have a perfect trifecta. Those are as significant and expected as Michael Moore judging a pie eating contest. All of these people are experts in their respective dogmas. Do these endorsements surprise you? In the famous words of Clark Griswold to his cousin Eddie “Surprised Eddie? If I woke up tomorrow with my a$$ sewn to the carpet, I wouldn’t be more surprised than I am right now.” I am missing the part where Romney “measures his words” like a certain president who then had to apologize to Poland for saying it had “death camps“.
Where is the dancing RI patrol cop when you need him?
One tenth of the world’s population (est. 620 million) is experiencing a power outage. A country that has been complimented by Valerie Jarrett and Obama as having a power infrastructure we should envy and has become America’s outsource partner-India has decided to join the green movement and with that has lost power to hundreds of millions of people and they can no longer make slushies for Joe Biden. A recent survey showed nearly all the coal-fueled plants had less than seven days of coal stock, and many of the country’s power plants were running below capacity. Government bureaucracy has made it difficult to bring more plants online in hopes of appeasing Al Gore. I hope your computer doesn’t break down in the next few days and you need to call tech support. I wonder where one calls in to- to complain when you live in India? ( RI COP)
Well I shot the sheriff, Snoop Dogg changes name to Snoop Lion. Mr. Dogg claims he is Bob Marley reincarnated and wants to bring religious awareness. Snoop Lion is a suspected reference to the Lion of Judah, a religious symbol in Judaism, Christianity and Rastafarian culture. The name change comes a week after being denied access, and agreeing to a two year ban, into the county of Norway for trying to bring some home grown weed. Dogg has done enough hemp, he probably poops rope.
Two fish out of the water
USA swimmer and part-time merman Michael Phelps’ has finally become the most decorated person in olympic history. Mr. Phelps has won his 19th medal today and still has four more events to possibly raise his total. The previous record of 18 was held by Russian gymnast Larisa Latynina competed in the ’56,’60,and ’64 games at age 30. Does he owe it to his 12,000 calorie daily diet, Subway sandwiches?
Fab to drab and back to fab under the watchful eye of her trainer Helen Hoffman
Speaking of 12,000 calorie diets, 5′ 1″ Nicole Eggert and former “Charles in Charge” bad girl and “Baywatch” babe was spotted jogging around the streets of LA yesterday. Nicole is trying to work off the pounds attributed to giving birth to her two children. At the Red State Report we have lots of women readers. So, in the spirit of the XXX Olympiad and to show my kinder side, I will leave you with the words of President Teddy Roosevelt, “Criticism is necessary and useful; it is often indispensable; but it can never take the place of action, or be even a poor substitute for it. The function of the mere critic is of very subordinate usefulness. It is the doer of deeds who actually counts in the battle for life, and not the man who looks on and says how the fight ought to be fought, without himself sharing the stress and the danger.” Go out and take action.