By Tom Quiner
Did you hear about the meth lab found in a Wal-Mart? NewsBusted’s Jodi Miller has the scoop. And her take on the story is vintage Jodi.
My friends, praise the Lord, Friday is here! Time for 156 seconds of laughter in tribute to our liberal brothers and sisters. Quiner’s Diner pays homage to the, shall we say, “interesting” way in which liberals see the world by bringing you NewsBusted. Crackerjack reporter, Jodi Miller, exposes the stories the Mainstream Media won’t touch, including:
√ Why VP Biden thinks Romney is going to win!
√ The VP praises Al Franken as America’s greatest legal scholar!
√ Libs angry at Wal-Mart for shutting down meth lab!
√ Why Romney will lock up the women’s vote!
√ How socialized medicine affects your teeth. Watch out, this isn’t pretty!
√ Study: drinking makes you smarter. I’ll drink to that!
√ Obama’s socialist reality.
√ A virgin taxpayer is needed in the White House! Here’s why …
Stop. Take a couple of minutes to laugh. Then make a liberal mad by buying something at Wal-Mart on the way home from work!
Have a great weekend!
Take it away, Jodi …
I’m sure you’ve guessed by the headline above that this is Friday and time for some fun. We need Friday. We certainly need some fun after this week. Democrats beat up on Ann Romney for being a stay-at-home mom. The president demagogued the so-called “wage gap” issue. Iowa Democrats rejected the nomination of a great candidate to the Board of Medicine for being too Catholic. Whew! We need a little lighter news to get us into the weekend spirit … More…
Quiner’s Diner was the first credible blog to dangle Bubba Watson’s name as a potential presidential candidate. Now Politico has jumped on the bandwagon with coverage of Mr. Watson’s growing presidential ambitions, (“Bubba Watson eyes the White House”), perhaps encouraged by this humble blog’s endorsement … More…
By Tom Quiner
Is the government spending too much? You be the judge.
In 1980, the federal government spent $2601 per citizen in 1980 dollars.
By 2009, the federal government was spending $5002 per citizen, in inflation-adjusted 1980 dollars.
We just about doubled spending per citizen. Are we twice as well off?
[Read more at “Federal Spending for Dummies”]
Bubba Watson turned the world of golf upside down yesterday with his stunning, come-from-behind victory in the Masters Golf Tournament. It got me thinking. Should Republicans consider drafting him as their nominee? I know what you’re saying. He’s only thirty-three, he’s not old enough to be president according to the Constitution. On the other hand, he’s got an authentic U.S. birth certificate. That counts for something, doesn’t it! … More…