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 …
By Tom Quiner
For Quiner’s Diner’s readers in the Central Iowa area, plan on attending the Iowa Right to Life Book Sale through Saturday.
The Des Moines Register gave lavish photo coverage to the competing pro abortion Planned Parenthood book sale going on right now. A pro-life book sale doesn’t generate support from the mainstream media and very much relies on word-of-mouth advertising.
Here are details from the Iowa Right to Life website (http://iowartl.org/events/book-sale/):
“You won’t believe the incredible selection of books on every subject, magazines, videos and music available at Iowa Right to Life’s Pro-Life Book Sale!
The Book Sale, with proceeds going to assist expectant mothers and pro-life pregnancy centers in Iowa, is scheduled just before Planned Parenthood’s fund raising book sale, to provide book-lovers with an alternative.”
Jordan Park Camp Building
(Just west of Historical Jordan House at the old Nazarene Camp)
2251 Fuller Rd
West Des Moines, IA 50265
Free Admission all other days:
Wednesday, April 18: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Thursday, April 19: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Friday, April 20: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Saturday, April 21: 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Thousands of used books, home school material, DVDs, CDs, Videos, Craft/Cooking magazines/games and puzzles and much much more!
Recession friendly prices.
Something stood out more than the visiting Cardinal at last Sunday’s Mass. It was a young man in the first row. I watched him singing the opening hymn. He doesn’t sing like you and me. I’m not talking about his voice. I couldn’t even hear him over all the other voices. It was his demeanor, his expression, his joy. He sang as if there was but a single person in the entire Church: Jesus. This young man sang with an unrestrained jubilation for the gift of his life to the giver of that gift, God. His arms waved. His head bobbed. He poured all the love in his heart, which I suspect is a lot, toward heaven. He had to be in the first pew, because he needed quite a bit of space to move around. He just had that much love of life in him that a single pew would probably cramp his style! I couldn’t believe it. And then he turned. I could see the side of his face … More…