“Sorry seems to be the hardest word…”
All this and a monkey god, too
Democrats are just itching to impose their “single-payer” goal on the American people, by force if necessary
“He knocked it out of the ballpark. Powerful and historic.”
As long as everyone acts “anti-Islamic” the jihad is still on.
U.S.-Backed Syrian Rebel Group Collapses, U.S.-Supplied Weapons End Up in Al-Qaeda Hands. Unexpectedly.
The end game of Obama’s (and John McCain’s) Syria strategy.
While the media has focused on the supposed personal spat between the Israeli and U.S. leaders, ultimately, it doesn’t matter whether you like or trust Bibi Netanyahu or Barack Obama.
At what point does even the cheapest whore on the block start to feel disrespected?
Sherman: “You saw the reaction there. If the speech was condescending, it was condescending to everybody in the room.”
His nomination of Ray Rice for this year’s award may have sealed it…
“This right to be comfortable is very selective, and only extends to those who hold the correct opinion.”
But she thought “much of his rhetoric suggested is that there’s a very real possible likelihood of Israel taking aggressive action.”
“I heard encouraging responses from both Democrats and Republicans,” Bibi adds.
In the Persian bazaar, it’s always wise to count your fingers after the handshake.
It’s time to stop the government from interfering in your food choices.
“Iran changing the nature of its behavior in the region” is “a recipe for no deal.”
Not “near tears” like his frenemy.
“Standing up to Iran is not easy. Standing up to dark and murderous regimes never is.”
About 18 states are looking at permitless carry laws this year; ninnies freak out
Tells everyone “not to be distracted by the nature of the Iranian regimes’ ambitions when it comes to territory or terrorism.”
The little majority that couldn’t.