Friday, January 30, 2009

Obama signs pro union exec orders



Now I can just see Rush and the other rethugs wringing their hands and gnashing their teeth as Obama quietly puts the country back together.
Undoing the Bush nightmare

Note to republicans: If you don't want to end up like the Whig or Bull Moose party (remember them? I thought not ) Then you'd better get off your butts and start working for the people and I don't mean George's old base the haves and the have mores.


(ironic how that was the only good photo I could find of someone sticking their tongue out with contempt)

6 comments:

BBC said...

Screw Rush.

BBC said...

Screw the greedy company's, screw the greedy unions, screw everyone.

MRMacrum said...

It is indeed different in DC now. Clinton would never have done this this soon. Desperate times indeed. And what BBC said - Screw Rush. Not sure why he said that, but I agree wholeheartedly.

BBC said...

I said that about Rush because he is a fucked up rich christian that thinks he is piping gods words over the airwaves. I can't stand to listen to that stupid cocksucker.

I have a set of 50 xmas LEDs that run at 3.2 watts so I'm sure each light runs at a fraction of a watt.

They do run at a fraction of a watt, but I'm assuming that your lights are plugged into the house current.

My lights will be made to run on a twelve volt battery system. But can run on a home system if a converter is used.

And converters are a dime a dozen, I have all sorts of them here I got for free.

Actually, I wouldn't make a 75 bulb light, but three 25 bulb lights, for reasons that should make sense to you if you think it out further.

Seems to be a storm rolling in over here.

BBC said...

I think it's stupid to buy LED lights that run off of a home current. If the grid goes down, the lights are worthless.

What is the point in that?

Wayne said...

Great photo hahaha Yeah, says a lot doesn't it.

I'm amazed at Obama's swiftness actually. I heard he froze raises and bonuses and nearly cheered in my seat...

I think he's doing a fine job so far.