Every once in a while I receive an email from a reader who wishes that I’d be sodomized by a prison inmate. Others just call me names. Some do both. My most recent email is below.
Category Archives: Flashback
Recent news regarding Rep. Gabby Giffords is encouraging:
Gabby Giffords is walking, it may not be walking 100%, but she is doing her best. Her doctors report that she can walk a little and she mostly uses her left side. She is now starting to try to use her right leg and right arm, which is common since her brain injury was on the left side.
“Her left side is perfect,” said Pia Carusone, her legislative chief of staff. “She can do whatever you can do.” Carusone also made a point of the fact that Giffords has perfect posture, as always, even while sitting in her wheelchair.
It is amazing that a person who went through such a horrible time, being shot in the head, and now she is walking, sitting up straight, and she says she wants to “walk a mountain.” If she says that she will, that determination will see her through.
And she’s recovered enough to attend her husband’s shuttle launch:
In light of recent events, I’d like to look back to November of last year, around the time when the TSA began sexually assaulting Americans in the name of safety.
First, let me catch you up on recent events. A six-year-old girl was groped by the TSA and someone filmed the spectacle. She was clearly on the verge of crying, but also clearly not a dangerous terrorist. Why does the TSA grope little girls, when they probably just pat Muslims on the back to avoid discrimination lawsuits? I’m just asking questions here. I don’t pretend to have the solutions, but someone ought to ask these kinds of questions. Do you see the vermin in the mainstream media asking these questions? I didn’t think so.
After the jump, video of the groping, plus my original post from November 21st of last year.
Back in October, I got on CNN. Correspondent Jeanne Meserve did a story on the youth vote, and I was one of the lucky conservatives featured in the piece. After the jump, video of that report, plus a flashback to my time campaigning for Lou Barletta, a GOP candidate for the House who was victorious in the election.
Since I’m too busy/too lazy this week to create any original blog content, I’m looking back at the first eight months of the new ATM. For those of you who’ve been following me since my nascent blogging days, you know that I originally started blogging back in February of 2008.
When I moved to Washington, I relaunched the blog with a new, more sophisticated design. Since then, I’ve been blogging away, putting the liberal corruptocrats and their liberal media P.R. team in my sights.
Here’s a post from December that I encourage you to check out: