America’s Team And The Texas Deranger

From An Ol’ Broad’s Ramblings, why we should

Thank You, Green Bay Packers

Every Red Blooded American should jump in line to support the Green Bay Packers!

The Packers defeated the Chicago Bears on Sunday afternoon thus earning them the opportunity to go to the Super Bowl. By doing so, they saved the Hard-Working, Red-Blooded, Taxpaying Americans literally several million dollars of tax money.   How you say? Simple… we were told that if the Chicago Bears had won, President Obama (and probably his family) would be attending the Super Bowl to cheer on his hometown team.  Since the Bears lost…the President won’t be attending.

The money saved from not using Air Force 1, the limousines, all the additional security, and let’s not forget Michelle Obama’s entourage, is literally several million dollars! Therefore, every American should cheer on the Green Bay Packers at the Super Bowl to show them our gratitude. Oh…and let’s not forget to thank Chicago Bear’s Quarterback Jay Cutler for his role in the Packer’s success! With that said…let everyone know so they can understand why they should cheer for America’s team …The Green Bay Packers!

Shared by Packer fan, Mr Ol’ Broad.

[Ed. Note: And in only 17 days, pitchers and catchers report for Spring Training]

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The Texas Deranger

My vote for the line of the day, penned by Doug Powers in Sheila Jackson Lee: My Constituents are Ill-Informed (Michelle Malkin):

Note to those in the 18th congressional district of Texas: When a woman who once asked if NASA’s Pathfinder took pictures of where Neil Armstrong planted the flag on Mars calls you ill-informed, it’s time to hit the books.

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About Bob Mack

Retired since 2003. Military Service: U.S. Army, 36th Artillery Group, Babenhausen, Germany 1966-67; 1st Signal Brigade, Republic of Vietnam, 1967-68 Attended University of Miami, 1969-73
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20 Responses to America’s Team And The Texas Deranger

  1. roxannadanna says:

    Okay I think the guy’s name is woodson and he plays for the Packers… does that sound right? He went on a rant in their locker room about how Obama won’t come to the SuperBowl now that Chicago lost but they will go to his house! Have you seen that video, Bob? It was really good.

  2. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning Bob and Roxy. If I didn’t know any better I would say Obama is a Limp Wrist type of guy.

  3. AFVET says:

    I like the Steelers in this game.
    I usually watch just for the commercials though anyway.
    BTW Bob, your new site is great.

  4. GA says:

    But really, will anything ever top this:

    Rep. Johnson concerned about Guam’s tip over and capsize possibilities:

  5. Yeah but how about these “Palinisms” from that stupid idiot Sarah Palin?

    ———————————
    “You know the one thing that’s wrong with this country? Everyone gets a chance to have their fair say.”

    “The last time I checked, the Constitution said, ‘of the people, by the people and for the people.’ That’s what the Declaration of Independence says.”

    “When my sister and I were growing up, there was never any doubt in our minds that men and women were equal, if not more so.”

    “Those who survived the San Francisco earthquake said, “Thank God, I’m still alive.” But, of course, those who died, their lives will never be the same again.”

    “I favor access to discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.”

    “At this time I do not have a personal relationship with a computer.”
    ———————————

    Oh that’s right, those weren’t Sarah Palin. They were, in order: (Bill Clinton), (Bill Clinton), (Al Gore), (Barbara Boxer), (Ted Kennedy) and (Janet Reno).

    • Bob Mack says:

      A veritable “Dizzy” Dean’s List of quotable Democrats, MEGA. And what about Joe Biden’s asking the guy in the wheelchair to “stand up & take a bow”?

  6. Bo…. not yet, I have some brain damage to go through and decisions to make; allegedly I can export my blog contents to WP, but ah gits asciart at pulling the tirgger.

    Mega… good one, I was three quotes into before I picked up on who, what, when, where.

  7. J. P. Morgan says:

    You guys are having too much fun. I have been too busy watching the middle-east powder keg about to explode. As you can see in Egypt, control of the internet has become critical. I think that is why you see our “leaders” starting to hammer on the theme of internet control by the state.

    • Bob Mack says:

      JP, the Telegraph UK has this story: Egypt protests: America’s secret backing for rebel leaders behind uprising

      The American government secretly backed leading figures behind the Egyptian uprising who have been planning “regime change” for the past three years, The Daily Telegraph has learned.

      And WND has this: Islamists behind ‘protests’ toppling Arab regimes

      White House champions revolts while news media paint them as ‘popular uprisings’

      I usually take stories in WND with a large grain of salt, but in this case, knowing what I know about the Islamophilic Obama cabal, and, with the info in the Telegraph article, it makes me suspicious. For those of us in the Internet Underground, we’ve got to hope that the courts kill “Net Neutrality” again, and that the Congressional socialists have lost enough power so that Obama’s desire for an Internet “kill” button itself gets killed.

  8. samhenry says:

    Late to the party. I like horseback riding and needlepoint and use football games as background noise because I miss my menfolk. Does that qualify me to continue to come here?

    • Bob Mack says:

      LOL. Last time I was on a horse, he got spooked by a pig that ran out of a Colorado hedgerow, reared up, and took off at a full gallop with me hanging on for dear life. Took me almost all the way to the Big Thompson before he finally succeeded in throwing me off. I landed on my shoulder and couldn’t lift my arm for a week. So, yeah–you’re on the roster, SH. Just don’t talk about needlepoint too much.

  9. samhenry says:

    Hey, Rosie Grier used to do needlepoint. But I will keep a low needlepoint profile.

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