(If you missed Part 1, read that first, then read this.)
The TSA definitely needs to screen its employees at least half as well as they molest the passengers. They need to expose the perverts, and people who get their kicks from being aroused by seeing naked bodies of either the opposite or the same sex.
The TSA showed their ugly head again when I took a flight from San Jose to Philadelphia recently.
Like a good sheep, I took off my shoes and put them in a plastic tub. I didn’t have anything in any of my pockets since I put everything in my coat with the NRA Life Member patch and put that into a gray plastic tub.
With all the souls lost in the recent earthquake in Japan, everyone should be praying for God to comfort the families who have lost members and their homes. For those who are injured, we should pray for healing and comfort.
But I know not everyone will pray to God through Jesus, His Son.
The unions in Wisconsin are spreading propaganda that the workers’ rights of state employees are being completely taken away. That is far from the truth.
The unions still have collective bargaining rights for their members, but there are just some commonsense limits to keep costs from increasing even more.
The debacle in Wisconsin is finally over. The Democrats, playing hooky by moving out of state for three weeks, have finally riled up a few conservatives in the Republican Senate.
Secretary General Bahram Afsharzadeh of Iran’s National Olympic Committee wants the London 2012 Olympic Games logo thrown out because it is racist.
I admit the logo is really ugly and should be discarded in favor of something else. But the logo being racist? I don’t think so.
Jean Adam, Scott Adam, Phyllis Macay and Bob Riggle were murdered aboard their yacht by Somali pirates. All four were shot when hostage negotiators were talking with the pirates.
As soon as shots were heard aboard the yacht, navy personnel from a US Navy war ship stormed the boat, killing two pirates, finding two pirates already dead and 13 more were captured.
Marisa Miller Bikini Malfunction
You can add Sports Illustrated 2011 swimsuit model Marisa Miller to the list of celebrities that have had a “wardrobe malfunction”.
She had the little mishap while doing the photo shoot for the 2011 SI swimsuit issue. You may have to look closely, but it definite is a wardrobe malfunction.
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover was revealed last night on David Letterman and features Russian supermodel Irina Shayk. Dave also had the Top Ten list read by 10 of the SI swimsuit models.
I thought I would give a nod to the liberals that have been pushing the envelope on open sexuality since the 60’s.
This morning I noticed that Google had one of their doodles in place of their normal Google logo. It looks like a takeoff on the LOVE sculpture by Robert Indiana.
I was working at the Post Office (no, I have not yet gone postal all the years since) and was in the Philly Post Office Band.
A LOVE stamp showing the sculpture was unveiled in 1973 and the Philly Post Office Band played for the dedication.
I was able to purchase a first day cover and get it signed by the artist.
WOW! The postage for a letter was just 8-cents back then!
I wish everyone a great Valentine’s Day.
Muslim Brotherhood does not “eschew violence”
James Clapper, the Director of National Intelligence, spoke to a congressional hearing on Thursday February 10, 2011.
He said “The term Muslim Brotherhood is an umbrella term for a variety of movements. In the case of Egypt, a very heterogeneous group, largely secular, which has eschewed violence and has decried al-Qaeda as a perversion of Islam.”
Later, Director of Public Affairs Jamie Smith “clarified” Clapper’s statement: “To clarify Director Clapper’s point – in Egypt the Muslim Brotherhood makes efforts to work through a political system that has been, under Mubarak’s rule, one that is largely secular in its orientation – he is well aware that the Muslim Brotherhood is not a secular organization.”