Thursday, October 31, 2013

Caption This:

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"Nurse? I've got Obamacare. Could you possibly change these bandages?"

Vintage Babe of the Week

Tonight's Vintage Babe* is Ramsay Ames!
(*a.k.a. Rule Five Thursday)

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Like fine wines, the ladies improve with age!

Quote du jour

"Boo!"
-anonymous

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Oh, Say! Can You See?

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Medal of Honor

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T/Sgt. Charles H. Coolidge


Citation:

Leading a section of heavy machineguns supported by 1 platoon of Company K, he took a position near Hill 623, east of Belmont sur Buttant, France, on 24 October 1944, with the mission of covering the right flank of the 3d Battalion and supporting its action. T/Sgt. Coolidge went forward with a sergeant of Company K to reconnoiter positions for coordinating the fires of the light and heavy machineguns. They ran into an enemy force in the woods estimated to be an infantry company. T/Sgt. Coolidge, attempting to bluff the Germans by a show of assurance and boldness called upon them to surrender, whereupon the enemy opened fire. With his carbine, T/Sgt. Coolidge wounded 2 of them. There being no officer present with the force, T/Sgt. Coolidge at once assumed command. Many of the men were replacements recently arrived; this was their first experience under fire. T/Sgt. Coolidge, unmindful of the enemy fire delivered at close range, walked along the position, calming and encouraging his men and directing their fire. The attack was thrown back. Through 25 and 26 October the enemy launched repeated attacks against the position of this combat group but each was repulsed due to T/Sgt. Coolidge's able leadership. On 27 October, German infantry, supported by 2 tanks, made a determined attack on the position. The area was swept by enemy small arms, machinegun, and tank fire. T/Sgt. Coolidge armed himself with a bazooka and advanced to within 25 yards of the tanks. His bazooka failed to function and he threw it aside. Securing all the hand grenades he could carry, he crawled forward and inflicted heavy casualties on the advancing enemy. Finally it became apparent that the enemy, in greatly superior force, supported by tanks, would overrun the position. T/Sgt. Coolidge, displaying great coolness and courage, directed and conducted an orderly withdrawal, being himself the last to leave the position. As a result of T/Sgt. Coolidge's heroic and superior leadership, the mission of this combat group was accomplished throughout 4 days of continuous fighting against numerically superior enemy troops in rain and cold and amid dense woods.


T/Sgt. Coolidge: We humbly salute you and thank you for your service.

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Hat tip Home of Heroes

There are seventy nine living MoH recipients today. Their names and their stories should not be forgotten. My mission is to honor one of those heroes here each week, and salute them for their courage and sacrifice. In the words of John Fitzgerald Kennedy:

“A nation reveals itself not only by the men it produces, but also by the men it honors; the men it remembers.”

Quote du jour

"History shows that we are not imperialists."

-Ron Silver

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Sex in Advertising

For all you connoisseurs of retro advertising...

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I may not be sure exactly what they're selling, but, I'm pretty sure I'm in the market!

Quote du jour

John Kerry said during the Senate hearing that we are not the world’s policemen. Really, then how come we eat most of the world’s donuts?
-Jay Leno

Monday, October 28, 2013

Mitt Romney: The Nicest Guy You Don't Want to be President*

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Mitt Romney is an honorable man. And not just in the Marc Antony/Julius Caesar/Shakespearean kind of way. Mitt is a really good guy! He's a very moral man, by all accounts a very generous man, when it comes to acts of personal charity. True, he was slimed during the election as being a cruel and cold hearted individual, who caused a woman to die of cancer, by firing her husband (from a company he no longer controlled), thus depriving her of her insurance. But, consider the source. The folks telling you that Mitt was killing cancer patients were the same guys telling you, if you like your doctor, you can keep him!

Mitt was the standard bearer (Or was that standard bear?) for the Republican party in 2012 against Barack Hussein Obama. Although Mitt was not my first choice, once he had secured the nomination, I supported him over that skinny kid who lied and told you you could keep your health insurance if you like it. And to this day, I believe Mitt would have been a much better president than BHO. However, you've got to admit that that is a pretty low bar!

I know it's a long way until the next presidential election, but that doesn't mean that the plotting, the planning, the scheming has taken a holiday. Some presidential aspirants are trying to get close to Mitt to see if they can tap into the donors from his last campaign. A few misguided souls think he should run again, hence, Facebook page Mitt Romney for President 2016. Granted, the numbers are small. The page has 418 "likes", which is more than I have, but then, I'm not running for president of a country of 300 million people.

Also granted that Romney got more votes than McCain did. McCain ran against Blank Slate, Hopey Changey Obama, whereas Romney ran against the four year track record of an abysmal failure of a president and still placed second. This was after his first run in 2008, putting together an organization, developing and discovering fund raisers and learning what worked in a campaign and what didn't.

Among those 418 Facebookians, there may even be some who opine that, given how much closer he came in 2012, had Romney been our nominee in 2008, he would have won! And if frogs had wings they wouldn't bump their bottoms so hard when they jump! In 2008, Obama was still the human Rorschach test, as George Will called him, and would have beaten Romney like a rented mule. After two shots at the brass ring, Romney may be an invaluable help on the organizational side, but, between his baggage and his tepid, hesitant embrace of conservatism, Romney is far from the role model we want for 2016.

As I said, there is time. The midterms may shed some light on an emerging leader. Conservatives also need to take control of the primary process, so that our opponents are not quite so instrumental in choosing our candidates for us. We also need to encourage the vanity candidates to bow out early, so that debates can be focused and substantive, and, incidentally, not moderated by liberals pretending not to be partisan.

If Romney, nice guy that he is, tries to revive his candidacy, he should be politely thanked, but...no. Romney III will never get off the ground and will only serve as a distraction from our eventual nominee, no matter how well intended Mr. Romney might be in running again.

This ain't bean bag. The Republic may not survive another disastrous regime like the one we have now.

*You didn't want him to be president in 2008. You didn't want him (in sufficient numbers) to be president in 2012. Third time is not the charm. Mitt? Buy your wife another horse!


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Cross posted at LCR

Quote du jour

If you're worried about getting a job , or keeping one, start a company of your own. By doing so, you'll reap the rewards of your hard work and you'll only get fired if you fail.

This is the land of opportunity. Live in it.
-Bruce Campbell

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Themes Like Old Times

The Addams Family

SF 49er's Vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

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Go Niners!

Update: Final- 49ers 42, Jaguars 10

Quote du jour

New York City recently went 7 straight days without a single murder.

What happened? Did they put the government in charge of killing people?
- Harvey Harvelson (IMAO)

Saturday, October 26, 2013

A Little Saturday Night Music

Harry Chapin -Taxi

Connections III - James Burke: "What's in a Name?"

The Best of the Web* Linkaround

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*…that I’ve seen all week!
Political/SocioEconomic


Mainstream Democrats Now Openly Call for Arrests of Political Opponents


ObamaCare Chart: List of State-by-State Premium Costs

David Axelrod spins the train wreck: ‘Isn’t it ironic’ Obamacare opponents are pointing out it’s failings?

Connect the dots: Gitmo inmate released by Obama was on the ground in Benghazi

The Most Terrifying Chart You'll See All Week

Videos

Dr. Ben Carson Doubles-Down – “Obamacare Worst Thing Since Slavery”

‘It’s So Absurd It’s Orwellian’ Juan Williams, Krauthammer Clash Over Obamacare


Debt Limit: A guide to American Federal Debt Made Easy


Krauthammer’s Take: Obama Has Saudis Reconsidering Their Friendship With the U.S. -Best line? Gambling debts. I wagered on The Cubs, Obamacare and the Ed Show.

Katie Pavlich: #ObamaCare Website Could Top $1 Billion


The Most Interesting Man on Masquerade Parties


Culture

Girl smuggled into Britain to have her 'organs harvested'

The Progressive Psychoracialists of McRacism


Photoshops/Cartoons/Graphics

Cartoon of the Day – NRO Home page

Sunday Funnies

The New Yorker on Obamacare

0bama kare

Healthcare.Gov: A Little Slow Out Of The Gate

Wm. F. Buckley Jr.

Buy The Insurance And Nobody Gets Hurt, See?


Rule Five Roundup:
(While all Rule Five posts may be NSFW, I generally only flag the ones that are certainly NSFW)

90 Miles From Tyranny - girls with guns, hot pick

American Power- Sunday Round Up

Blackmailers Don't Shoot - Pretty Girls on a Thursday

By Other Means -Cosplay, Girls next door

Camp of the Saints - Rule Five Saturday

The Daley Gator – Daley Babes - Tanja Reichert, Mayuko Akimoto, Mika Kizaki, lingerie

Daily Mail – Topless Rihanna


Good Monday Morning


EBL –Hayden Panettiere, Vintage Halloween

Friday Night Babe – Katie Vernola

Good Stuff's Cyber World Sarah Palin, Vampira and Friends

It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad World -The Friday Pin Up

The Right Way - Friday Babe

Hookers and Booze

Knuckledraggin' My Life Away - Friday MILF, Strip search

Miss K - Sweater Puppies, Playful hotties

Pirates Cove - Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup, If All You See…, If All You See…


Pitsnipesgripes


PostalDog -Salma Hayek

Randy’s Roundtable – Dallas Cheerleaders, Thursday Nite Tart

Reaganite Republican - Miss World

Concealed Carry

Sex in Advertising -Katherine Webb -video

Melons

The Last Tradition - Coco Austin, Kelly Brook

Theo Spark –Bedtime Totty, Red Friday Bonus Totty, Black Friday Totty

The Other McCain- Rule Five Sunday

Vintage Babe of the Week – Piper Laurie

Rule 5 Woodsterman Style

Your Crazy Uncle Bubba - Friday Nite Tight Dresses

Use the comments as an open thread on any of these topics. Please send links of news, commentary, choice humor or Rule Fivage to: Proof.Positive@Hotmail.com

Quote du jour

Obama has tied his own Gordian knot in Syria. I guess community organizing didn't prepare him for dealing with belligerents with poison gas.
-Proof

Friday, October 25, 2013

Friday Night Babe

Tonight's FNB* is Katie Vernola!

(*a.k.a. Rule Five Friday)

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Quote du jour

The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.
-George Bernard Shaw

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Vintage Babe of the Week

Tonight's Vintage Babe* is Piper Laurie !
(*a.k.a. Rule Five Thursday)

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Like fine wines, the ladies improve with age!

Alan Grayson Thinks He Knows what the "T" in "Tea Party" Stands For

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"Demagogue" would work, too, if only Grayson were a little brighter.

Update: Come to think of it, "Dirtbag" would work, too, in Mr. Grayson's case! Perhaps you might want to contribute your own?

Separated at Birth? Severus/ Sebelius

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Quote du jour

You use a glass mirror to see your face; you use works of art to see your soul.
-George Bernard Shaw

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

"Obamboozle"

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Medal of Honor

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Staff Sergeant Leroy A. Petry


Citation:

For acts of gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty in action with an armed enemy in the vicinity of Paktya Province, Afghanistan, on 26 May 2008. As a Weapons Squad Leader with D Company, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, Staff Sergeant Petry moved to clear the courtyard of a house that potentially contained high-value combatants. While crossing the courtyard, Staff Sergeant Petry and another Ranger were engaged and wounded by automatic weapons fire from enemy fighters. Still under enemy fire, and wounded in both legs, Staff Sergeant Petry led the other Ranger to cover. He then reported the situation and engaged the enemy with a hand grenade, providing suppression as another Ranger moved to his position. The enemy quickly responded by maneuvering closer and throwing grenades. The first grenade explosion knocked his two fellow Rangers to the ground and wounded both with shrapnel. A second grenade then landed only a few feet away from them. Instantly realizing the danger, Staff Sergeant Petry, unhesitatingly and with complete disregard for his safety, deliberately and selflessly moved forward, picked up the grenade, and in an effort to clear the immediate threat, threw the grenade away from his fellow Rangers. As he was releasing the grenade it detonated, amputating his right hand at the wrist and further injuring him with multiple shrapnel wounds. Although picking up and throwing the live grenade grievously wounded Staff Sergeant Petry, his gallant act undeniably saved his fellow Rangers from being severely wounded or killed. Despite the severity of his wounds, Staff Sergeant Petry continued to maintain the presence of mind to place a tourniquet on his right wrist before communicating the situation by radio in order to coordinate support for himself and his fellow wounded Rangers. Staff Sergeant Petry's extraordinary heroism and devotion to duty are in keeping with the highest traditions of military service, and reflect great credit upon himself, 75th Ranger Regiment, and the United States Army.


S/Sgt. Petry: We humbly salute you and thank you for your service.

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Hat tip Home of Heroes

There are fewer than a hundred living MoH recipients today. Their names and their stories should not be forgotten. My mission is to honor one of those heroes here each week, and salute them for their courage and sacrifice. In the words of John Fitzgerald Kennedy:
“A nation reveals itself not only by the men it produces, but also by the men it honors; the men it remembers.”

Quote du jour

I say that justice is truth in action.
-Benjamin Disraeli

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Sex in Advertising

For all you connoisseurs of advertising...




I may not be sure exactly what she's selling, but, I'm pretty sure I'm in the market!

"Glitches"

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Quote du jour

Aim at perfection in everything, though in most things it is unattainable. However, they who aim at it, and persevere, will come much nearer to it than those whose laziness and despondency make them give it up as unattainable.
-Lord Chesterfield

Monday, October 21, 2013

Radicals For Rules?

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What do you think of when you hear the word "radical"? Sixties radicals like Bill Ayers and the Weather Underground robbing banks, setting bombs and blowing themselves up? How about the Tea Party? Do you think Tea Partiers warrant the same designation as the Weather Underground? Some people think so. Consider, for example, just recently, an anchor at CNN referred to "Tea Party radicals".

To dimmer Left wing trolls, radical is just another pejorative, like "fascist". They don't necessarily know what the words mean, but they sound like insults when they are on the receiving end of them, so the ever "Green" Left recycles the epithets for the Right.

But, could there be an element of truth there, where both parties are correct? The key is just how you look at the word "radical". The word radical has to do with "getting to the root" of things. For those of us who still remember long division, that symbol for finding a square root, is coincidentally called the "radical sign". But what does it mean when it comes to politics? The sixties radical was typically anti-government, anti-capitalist, and anti-war, believing that the establishment was corrupt and needed to be destroyed...right down to the roots. Only then could things be rebuilt from the ground up. Perhaps, in a more egalitarian fashion?

Does that sound familiar to you? Can you think of any movement from the past few years that might apply to? How about "Occupy Wall St" and its many offspring? They were going to rebuild society, one squalid camp at a time! The solution to the disparity of income was for the poor to "eat the rich". If you wanted to live on land that didn't belong to you, well, possession is 9/10ths of the law! If there were rapes or sexual assaults, the neoanarchists of "Occupy" didn't want to involve established authority, so they formed loose knit bands of guards and vigilantes to try to keep order in the new World Order. They weren't very good at curbing theft, either, as people were surprised (stop laughing!) to find their laptops and smart phones mysteriously disappearing in the midst of such a grand egalitarian company of people! They planned for communal meals, sharing with everyone of the so called 99%. Well, everyone except the ordinary bums and self admitted freeloaders who started showing up for the free lunches. Then, somehow, the splendid egalitarianists (dare I say, "communists"?) awakened to the harsh light of reality and folded their tents. If you saw the photos of any of those camps when they finally "Moved On", though, you can see that they did a pretty darn good job of destroying those parks right down to the roots!
Say what you will about those guys, but no one could poop on a cop car like they could!

However, there is another sense to the word radical. Yes, it can be applied to those who want to destroy everything down to the root in order to build something else in its place, but it can also carry with it the sense of foundational beliefs, getting down to basics as it were, getting down to the roots of a Constitutional government. Constitutional 'radicals' do not want to tear down or abandon the rule of law, as does the anarchist, but seek to conform the law to its founding document. To repair and rebuild the foundation, as it were, so that the structure will continue to stand for generations yet unborn.

The Constitution is the root and foundation of our Constitutional government. The peaceful, generally law abiding people of the Tea Party want to see the Constitution re-established as the foundation and cornerstone of our Republic. Returning the country to its Constitutional roots is considered radical by some.

The primary differences are in the means that each group will use to achieve the end they hope to achieve. The literal bomb throwers and anarchistic Molotov cocktail makers of the sixties have moved into government and academia. Not surprisingly, they are big fans of the ends justifying the means. The law abiding 'radicals' of the Tea Party, on the other hand, constrain themselves to lawful means. It may put them for a time at a disadvantage, but by no means counts them out.

Calling a conservative a 'radical' is not necessarily an insult. Calling a progressive a 'radical' is definitely not a compliment.

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Cross posted at LCR

Quote du jour

Because of the government shutdown, the White House is under attack — by squirrels. They’ve invaded the White House garden because the gardeners were laid off. Michelle Obama planted a garden to show how easy it is to grow your own food. All you need is water, sunlight, and 50 full-time federal employees.
-Craig Ferguson

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Separated at Birth?

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4-2 SF 49ers Vs, 3-3 Titans

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Go Niners!

Update: Final score Niners 31, Titans 17

Judge Jeanine on the Obamacare Fiasco


The DOA Obamacare website was built by a Canadian company, fired by the Canadian government, for not being able to deliver a medical registry website in a timely manner? Color me shocked! On a single, non-competitive bid, the kind Obama campaigned against in 2008? I'm shocked, SHOCKED!

"I will finally end the abuse of no-bid contracts once and for all”
- B. Obama, Oct. 2, 2008.

Must not be abuse when Obama does it, huh? Just incompetence??

Quote du jour

"It is the right of everyone to express their opinion, choose a profession and practice it, to dispose of property, and even to abuse it; to come and go without permission, and without having to account for their motives or undertakings. It is everyone’s right to associate with other individuals, either to discuss their interests, or to profess the religion which they and their associates prefer, or even simply to occupy their days or hours in a way which is most compatible with their inclinations or whims."
-Benjamin Constant

Saturday, October 19, 2013

A Little Saturday Night Music

Jim Croce -Operator


The Best of the Web* Linkaround

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*…that I’ve seen all week!
Political/SocioEconomic


Let’s Roll . . . Some Orange Cones Across The Entrance -Mark Steyn


Surprise: Obamacare #Failsite Used Just One Non-Competitive Bid "I will finally end the abuse of no-bid contracts once and for all”- B. Obama, Oct. 2, 2008.


Where Did All The Shutdown Signs Come From?


Obama's Evasive Letter to Benghazi Victim's Father

Shutdown Theater: Access to open air Flight 93 Memorial in rural Pennsylvania blocked off

Democrat and Former Obama Supporter Mort Zuckerman Now Sees Only an Ineffective, Contemptuous Loner

Homeland insecurity alert: Dry ice and dry runs


Detroit dumps all of their retirees into Obamacare


Obamacare Exchange Website Says Users Have “No Reasonable Expectation To Privacy”

Obamacare Deductibles OVER $1,000 To Be Paid Before Doctor Will See You


Design Firm Wipes Website of References to Work on Healthcare.gov



Health Care Premiums Skyrocket in President's Home State of Illinois


Videos


Best Coin Ever Spent....... Every other flash mob pales by comparison

Islamo-Fascist Work Accident: Syrian Jihadist Rebel Blows Himself Up Trying To Fire A Recoilless Rifle

Culture

Warrior vs. commander in chief: Wounded hero’s moving salute reminds James Woods of Obama pic

Remembering America

Photoshops/Cartoons/Graphics

Cartoon of the Day – NRO Home page

Sunday Funnies


GOP Supporters Wanted: At Least Six...


MICHAEL RAMIREZ: The Gravity of Our Situation

Obama Should Show A Little Respect

Come and Get it!

Aromatherapy

Rule Five Roundup:
(While all Rule Five posts may be NSFW, I generally only flag the ones that are certainly NSFW)

90 Miles From Tyranny - Late night ladies, Morning Mistress, girls with guns, girls with guns

American Power- Jennifer Nicole Lee Flaunts Smokin' Hot Body in New Fitness Program Rollout

Smokin' Hot

Blackmailers Don't Shoot - http://blackmailersdontshoot.com/ Pretty Girls on a Thursday,

By Other Means -http://continuationofpolitics.blogspot.com/

Camp of the Saints - Rule Five News

The Daley Gator – Daley Babes - Jesiree Dizon, Kamecko Cuaolo, Legs!, Masika Malysha

Daily Mail – Miley Cyrus curls up in a suitcase while nearly naked

Good Monday Morning

EBL –Micha Barton Rule 5

Friday Night Babe – Sarah Rafferty

Good Stuff's Cyber World Jumping Darya Klishina

It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad World -The Friday Pin Up

Hot Mom Works Out Facebook Hate

Hookers and Booze

Knuckledraggin' My Life Away - Fishy Friday

Miss K - Saturday Night Hotties, Babes and Guns

Pirates Cove - Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup, If All You See…, If All You See…, If All You See

A little Andressa Urach

PostalDog -Hillary Duff

Randy’s Roundtable – Dallas Cheerleaders, Thursday Nite Tart

Concealed Carry

Sex in Advertising

The Last Tradition - Rule 5 Sunday - Valerie Mason

Theo Spark –Bedtime Totty, Red Friday, Bonus Totty

The Other McCain- Rule Five Sunday

Vintage Babe of the Week – Barbara Hale

Rule 5 Woodsterman Style

Yankee Phil


Your Crazy Uncle Bubba


Use the comments as an open thread on any of these topics. Please send links of news, commentary, choice humor or Rule Fivage to: Proof.Positive@Hotmail.com

Quote du jour

#WhatObamaCareMeansToMe: The bedside manner of the IRS, plus that secure, confident feeling you get while wearing a hospital gown.
-Proof

Friday, October 18, 2013

Friday Night Babe

Tonight's FNB* is Sarah Rafferty !

(*a.k.a. Rule Five Friday)

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Quote du jour

The only sure things are death, taxes and Obamacare. And one of them is a tax that could cause your death.
-Greg Gutfeld

Thursday, October 17, 2013

GOP Supporters Wanted: At Least Six...

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The Lifelong Bliss of Abraham Lincoln?

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I saw this on a billboard a couple weeks ago, and it struck me how little the copywriter must know of American history to use Honest Abe as his example of "lifelong bliss". I searched the photo. Apparently it comes from a stock photo of some couple's happy nuptials, sans the head of our sixteenth president. But, what did Abe Lincoln know of "lifelong bliss"?

There's a list floating around the 'Net about Lincoln's failures prior to becoming president. But whether or not some of these "failures" were exaggerated, we know that three of his four children died young, his wife was committed to a mental health asylum and he himself suffered from what many believe to be clinical depression. He presided over the war which claimed the lives of more Americans than any other war in our history. And, oh, and someone shot him in the head over a political disagreement.

Lifelong bliss? Hardly. Maybe there's a reason the pig has a hole in his head, too?

Vintage Babe of the Week

Tonight's Vintage Babe* is Barbara Hale!
(*a.k.a. Rule Five Thursday)

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Like fine wines, the ladies improve with age!

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