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Comment by Margie on Saturday

For the second time in as many weeks I'm breaking my self-imposed rule of no posting on the weekends. But this is too much fun to keep to myself. Or to wait 'til Monday.

Apparently, the White House has a new guest.

The little red fox, who hasn't been named, turned up on the White House grounds in the weeks before the government shutdown in October. After many White House groundskeepers were furloughed, the fox settled in. Months later, the furry little conundrum has left officials who sort through some of the world's most complex challenges scratching their heads.

The fox lacks the deference typically exhibited by White House guests. He tore through the White House garden when it was left unattended during the shutdown. He graduated to tripping alarms in the middle of the night, napping wherever he pleases and generally living the high life on a campus overseen by dozens of highly trained Secret Service agents.


"I was like, 'Oh I should take a picture. This is crazy. There is a fox at the White House,' " Mr. Earnest said. "And he was gone."

I can't help it, I like the little fox very much. Hopefully, no harm will come to him. According to the article, many who work at the White House think it's a myth.

(The photo above is from the Daily Caller story, btw).

I don't know about you guys, but I'd like to know what the fox has to say about all of this. Oh, yes...

Warning: This is purely gratuitous fun.

Comment by Margie on April 17, 2014 at 1:29pm

Okay, Chuck. I'll let you know.

Mark Steyn is talking about the movie "Cowboys and Aliens" (sadly, a terrible movie). He's likening the cowboys vs. aliens to the real life ranchers vs. the federal government debacle to make the point that it was OVERKILL on the government's part. Anyway, I came across this article a couple days ago that I'm just now getting around to posting. It's complicated, this whole situation with the Bundy's (he's not completely in the right), and yet he's a sympathetic character to a lot of people, myself included. As I understand it, he's the last rancher in southern Nevada. They've driven all the others off the land. (He must be a serious thorn in Harry Reid's side.)

Also, here's a segment from Greta last night. The militia men that showed up to help Bundy are straight up guys. Not a bunch of yahoos looking for a fight, but guys puting their lives on the line to protect a fellow American's rights; guys anxious to get back to their own families. It also includes an interview with National Review's Kevin Williamson. Link, video wouldn't post.

Greta's link.

Comment by Pale Horse on April 14, 2014 at 9:27pm

Junior is already practicing that clueless look in the top pic. Like father like son.

Comment by Chuck Knight on April 14, 2014 at 5:08pm

If you find the submarine clock, Margie, let me know.  I said, earlier, that I collect Russian watches, and while not a watch, it is still a Russian timepiece.

Comment by Margie on April 14, 2014 at 1:55pm

Do the Carney's know how to do a spread, or what?! I want to eat there. They have a plate devoted solely to butter. I love butter!

I couldn't get too excited about the propaganda art. I bought a Russian submarine clock once; I have no idea where it ended up though. It's probably in a box in the garage somewhere. Somebody want to buy a Russian submarine clock?

Anyway, is that gigantic Jenga Tower the coolest thing ever? 

The Doctor of Democracy said, "screw all you guys" on the radio, lol. It wasn't related to the Carney's, but it was funny, regardless.

Comment by Margie on April 12, 2014 at 10:38pm

It seems that all is well for the Bundy Rancher Family. I hope so.

“People are getting tired of the federal government having unlimited power,” said Bundy’s wife, Carol, in a statement.

We most certainly are. But for now, anyway, we can celebrate with them.

Comment by Margie on April 2, 2014 at 11:53am

They celebrated in the Rose Garden yesterday.

The Affordable Care Act, better known as MyCare, is here to stay, neener neener!

In rebuttal, I'd like to post an oldie but a goodie.


...The Government can 'cause
They mix it up with lies and
Make it all taste good. Make it all taste good...

Sing it patriots!

And I feel so good
'cause the Government
Says I shooouuuuuld!

Comment by Margie on March 28, 2014 at 2:34pm

You guys want to hear something funny? I saw all these posts, by someone other than me, and thought I was in the wrong place. I was suddenly wondering how I ended up at The Great Debate, lol. Yes, really.

It's Friday. How 'bout some music? I think Chuck posted this once, but it was a scene from one of those freaky sci-fi shows he regularly watches.

Comment by Chuck Knight on March 27, 2014 at 12:16pm

Or a Fonda..."lenient and humane."  The left has so many female role-models from whom we could choose.

Comment by Pale Horse on March 27, 2014 at 12:06pm

Or we could pull a Hillary, "What difference does it make?"


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