Saturday, 5/2/15, Public Square

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by | May 2, 2015 · 6:00 am

7 responses to “Saturday, 5/2/15, Public Square

  1. But…but…it’s more fun (and safer) to walk around the stores with an assault weapon strapped around your beer gut.

    I assume these Neanderthals must believe this is an attractive quality. I beg to differ

  2. You know how I’ve always said if you have a microphone at their mouth and a camera ever ready they’ll do themselves in? Well, it’s true of all these idiots. Here their newest idiot, Tom Cotton, telling us who he is —

    Tom Cotton: Military Action Against Iran Would Take Only ‘Several Days’
    http://www.npr.org/blogs/itsallpolitics/2015/04/08/398345234/tom-cotton-military-action-against-iran-would-only-take-several-days

    • Just like Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney said the Iraq War would only be months….

      Yeah – I guess that is why the US taxpayers were paying to build that fancy Fort Knox but Gold-Blinged Embassy.

      Well – of course, that was not built for the war – that was built for the long-term occupation.

      And we know every US corporation is just foaming at the mouth to get at those natural resources under those dirty evil heathen Muslims’ feet.

    • BTW – who was this Tom Cotton talking to? The infamous Fundy Evangelical Tony Perkins.

      You gotta give those Fundies their propers – they don’t ever give up on the idea of starting their much-desired Holy War – do they?

  3. Can this really be true??

  4. HURRY! Break out the carrots! These rabbits must have the munchies!

    DEA warns of stoned rabbits if Utah passes medical marijuana
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2015/03/02/dea-warns-of-stoned-rabbits-if-utah-passes-medical-marijuana/

  5. (from the link): During a recent goodwill visit to Vietnam, an American band — from the USS Fort Worth, one of the Navy’s newest warships — played a concert on the Danang beach where U.S. troops landed. The young, selfie-snapping Vietnamese audience knew the lyrics to almost all the songs, but very little about the war. Like three-quarters of the population, they were born after it ended and see the Americans as friends.

    In Danang, Where U.S. Troops First Landed, Memories Of War Have Faded
    http://www.npr.org/blogs/parallels/2015/05/02/403597845/in-danang-where-u-s-troops-first-landed-memories-of-war-have-faded