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No one can resist the allure of BACON!

A Muslim who claimed he was forced to cook pork products has lost his discrimination lawsuit against Scotland Yard after it was discovered he enjoys a good bacon roll.

It really is true – Bacon makes everything better (and yes, Bacon should always be capitalized.  Always.).

Mmmmmmmm.  Cupcakes.


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Understandable mistake by the anti-American CBC.  Guess someone needs to brush up on their French – rouge, rogue – all the same, eh?

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New Orleans is the epitome of a welfare state – full of people who will sit on their butts all day, waiting for their checks, and always wanting more, more, more in the form of free handouts.  So it shouldn’t be any surprise that the only Republican (rotflol) to vote for Pelosicare represents them.

Almost no chance Cao will be voted out of office – all you have to do is promise many of the residents of NOLA something for free, and they’ll follow you anywhere.  If by “follow” you mean hold their hands out and scream loudly that whatever you’re doing for them, it isn’t enough.  And yes, I get to have these opinions because I lived in Louisiana for 10 years and watched my tax dollars get poured down the drain on NOLA.

I do miss King Cake, however.

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But being shot by one was apparently ok.  Or at least massively ironic, on a universal scale.

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Nice to see the Wee King Charlie now gets his talking points (with Extra Snark!) from dKos.

Funny – 1993 doesn’t seem like >100 years ago.

Somehow birtherblogger Charles doesn’t find time to comment on the NJ and Virgina outcomes.  Interesting, that.

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So, how’s that little battle with Fox News going, you might ask? (Click on the image to embiggen!)


Update:   Related?

Updater:  The People’s Cube, as always, does it better.

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Scazzafava, after dropping out of the NY23 race, endorses her liberal Democrat opponent.  I suppose bird’s of a feather do flock together, eh?  Notice the part about her “long-time labor activist husband” – which part of “not a Republican” do Newt Gingrich and the NRCC not understand?  I don’t need social conservatism in a candidate – in fact I think the extremists driving the far right social aspects of the party are a huge problem for the survival of conservatism in the US.  But someone in the Republican leadership better wake up to the fact that fiscal conservatives in the US are mad – and only going to get madder if their concerns continue to be ignored and belittled.

The problem, of course, is a repeat of the Perot phenomenon – fiscal conservatives and RINOs split the vote, and we get Clinton-like candidates winning races they would have otherwise lost.  A huge problem, to be sure – but one that has to be dealt with if the Republican party is going to be a viable entity moving forward.  How does Obama become a 2 term president?  Split the “conservative” vote is how.


Update:  From unofficial to official endorsement for her Democratic opponent against the 3rd party candidate.

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