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Another brave American, who is totally brave because guns make you big and brave and manly through osmosis, has taken another life:
Greer said that he was tackled and thrown to the ground but managed to get his .22-caliber revolver and confronted them as they ransacked a safe containing cash.
Seeing the gun, the couple ran out of the house and started down an alley.
“The lady, she couldn’t run as fast as the man, so I shot her in the back twice,” Greer explained.
President Obama rebuffs McCain's attempts to have social interface with him
Sen. John McCain is a very, very sad man. And he blames it all on President Obama, because:
“The self-pity that Obama continues to exhibit is really kind of sad, really,” McCain said on Wednesday during Fox News’ “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren.”
Oh, and speaking of self-pity, McCain added:
“You know, I can’t work with him at all,” McCain said.
Ms. Turness, here's the thing you don't seem to get: This is a management issue. Without proper ethical guidelines on what is acceptable and what isn't, what the hell do you expect? (Hint: Journalists shouldn't socialize with the people they cover.) A political talk show at least purports to be presenting an approximation of the truth.
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESSU. S. Sen. Tom Coburn plans a series of town hall meetings in Oklahoma as he prepares to resign from the Senate at the end of the current term.
The meetings will take place the first two full weeks in August.