The KaibCast was created for Americans like yourself, with the three important things you want in a talk show… MILDNESS, BETTER TASTE, and COOLER SMOKING. The KaibCast’s right combination of the world’s best conservative commentary has so many things a listener likes, that The KaibCast is just naturally called the listener’s talk show. IT SATISFIES.
(That show description was actually adapted from a cigarette ad from the 1940s)
Listen to some of my latest KaibCasts. They’re fun for the whole family (except children and liberals):
- Host Josh Kaib addresses the unrest in Libya, the murder of 4 Americans by Somali pirates, and the continued wrangling over public-sector unions.
- Host Josh Kaib talks about Presidents.
- Host Josh Kaib will spend the half-hour slamming public sector unions and their complicity in the destruction of America. Also: how the Tea Party is fighting back and why Ed Schultz is a moron.
Sometimes I randomly google stuff (don’t we all). Recently I stumbled upon a list of frequently misquoted song lyrics. This list is certainly not exhaustive, but the songs listed are some of the funniest (especially the first one, in my opinion):
Bad stuff is happening in Libya. Protesters have been fired upon:
The bodies of protesters shot to death by forces loyal to Muammar al-Qaddafi were left on the streets of a restive district in the Libyan capital Tuesday, an opposition activist and a resident said, while the longtime leader defiantly went on state TV to show he was still in charge.The eruption of turmoil in the capital after a week of protests and bloody clashes in Libya’s eastern cities has sharply escalated the challenge to Qaddafi. His security forces have unleashed the bloodiest crackdown of any Arab country against the wave of protests sweeping the region, which toppled leaders of Egypt and Tunisia.
The U.N. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, citing sources inside the country, said Tuesday that at least 250 people have been killed and hundreds more injured in the crackdown on protesters in Libya. New York-based Human Rights Watch has put the toll at at least 233 killed. The difficulty in getting information made obtaining a precise figure impossible.
An editorial in this morning’s Washington Post calls for Gaddafi to pay for his atrocities:
Far from echoing the “days of rage” in Egypt, the Democrat-controlled astroturf public-sector union thug-fest in Madison, Wisconsin is a national disgrace. Unlike the Egyptian protesters, who are pro-democracy, the whiners in Wisconsin are anti-democracy, pretending that November never happened. Sorry, folks, but elections have consequences.
The people of Wisconsin elected a Republican Governor, who campaigned on reigning in the public-sector unions. They also elected Republican majorities in the state legislature. Thus, a bill that reigns in the public-sector unions comes up for a vote. This is how a representative democracy works.
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