Leprechaun Laughs # 169 for Wednesday November 28th 2012


Well all that 4 leaf clover acquiring, rabbit’s foot rubbing, hydroponic shamrocks of unusual size growing and bribery anonymous cash donations finally paid off! Notre Dame’s Fighting Irish has a prefect 12-0 season this year!  In addition their defense’s Fist & Goal on the 2 yard line goal line protection and denial in the fourth quarter Saturday night led and directed by Manti Te’o is the thing epic legends are made of. Notre Dame now gets to rest and relax until Jan 7th and the BCS Championship.

You’d think I’d be thrilled and happy, doing huzzahs and handsprings around here. Not so much. See actually I’m holding my breath until after the outcome of next Saturday’s SEC Championship game. See Molly is a rabid zealous Alabama Crimson Tide fan. 9 years ago when we set our wedding date for the weekend after Thanksgiving because it logistically made the most sense for family that had to travel Molly only agrees to the date after consulting the Alabama football schedule and determining that Alabama was not playing that particular Saturday.

If Georgia fails to beat Alabama for the SEC Championship on December 1st then on January 7th that means The Crimson Tide will face of against The Fighting Irish and life as I know it now will hang in the balance of who wins or who loses.

Fortunately for me I am consoled by the fact that the fast approaching Mayan End of Days will render the entire affair a moot point. Mean time lets enjoy the few chances we have to laugh together before either apocalypse arrives shall we?

 Opening Logo 16


Taking Turns

Scene: My checkout line at the supermarket.

Me: Paper or plastic?

Customer: I’d like double-bagged paper, and I’d like you to make each bag as heavy as possible.

Me: Okay.

Customer: In case you’re wondering, I had a fight with my wife, and it’s my turn to pick up the groceries.

Me: Uh-huh.

Customer: It’s also her turn to unload the car


What You Email Address Says About You

Here’s what your e-mail address says about your computer skills:

Own domain (e.g., @joesmith.com): You’re skilled and capable.

@gmail.com:When the Internet stops working, you actually try rebooting the router before calling a family member for help.

@hotmail.com:You still think that Myspace is hip.

@yahoo.com:You send e-mail chain letters saying that Bill Gates will eat your hard drive unless you forward this message to everyone you know.

@aol.com: You phone friends to tell them about a neat website, then say into the receiver, “OK, go to … h … t … t … p … colon … slash … w … w … w … dot …”


Celtic Consumer Warnings



The Center for Copyright Information has stated that it will be rolling out its infringement warning platform, dubbed the Copyright Alert System (CAS), “in the coming weeks.” Originally announced last year, the Copyright Alert System will be used to deliver infringement notices from content owners to ISP users that illegally download copyrighted material. While the initial notices will be purely informational, internet service providers will take extra action on repeat offenders. The punishment for those who refuse to change their ways will vary based on the individual ISP — ranging from requiring the subscriber to review “educational material” to throttling data speeds — although service cancellations are not built into CAS. The internet service providers, however, can make the decision to terminate subscriptions on their own terms. As previously stated, customers requesting an independent review of their network behavior can do so by paying a $35 billing fee.

Read more here:




and here:


then watch:


Then you’ll understand why its uncomfortable when you sit down and why the 4th amendment needs to be updated to cover your electronic communications and Internet access so desperately. We’ll come back to the part about the 4th Amendment later on in the issue.


It was the first night for the newly wed couple. The bride was still a virgin and as a result she is afraid of dicks, Especially large ones and she’s heard all about Leprechauns and how well hung they are. To make his mortal bride feel at ease, Lethal said to the her, “OK, I am going to go outside and slowly show you my dick through the door. Stay calm, there is nothing to be afraid.”

So he walked out, leaving the door slightly ajar and then stuck a Little bit of his dick through the gap and asked, “Does that scare You?” She chuckled a little and said, “Nope!” He then pushed a little more through the gap and again he asked, “Does that scare you?” “Nope,” she replied. He pushed some more through the gap and asked, “Does that scare you?” “Nope,” she said laughing. He then said, “All right, you seem to be okay with it. I am coming up The stairs now!”


Mayan Calendar says it’s okay to start smoking now. So light up,
people — you’ve got bigger things to worry about coming soon.

For 2013, the big news will be Insect magazine selecting its
“Sexiest Cockroach Alive.”

Does this mushroom cloud make Mayan Calendar’s butt look big?

Mayan Mayan, Bo Bayan, Banana Fana Fo Fayan, Mi My Mo BOOM!!!!!



October 2nd 2010 00:10

The Tale Of Custard The Dragon

There are many myths out there surrounding the meaning and lyrics of many a song, but as possible or plausible as some of these myths may sound, the plain truth is that sometimes the meanings are just as plain as the nose on your face.

Take for example the infamous myth regarding the 1965 hit “Puff, The Magic Dragon”. The myth claims that the song is about smoking marijuana simply because it was sung by a hippie folk trio , contains the word “puff” in the song and title, involves ‘Little Jackie Paper’ supposedly a reference to cigarette rolling papers, and the “Land of Honah Lee” – a part of Hawaii with a reputation for the fertile growing of certain ‘crops’.

As to the actual story, the lyrics were composed by college student Lenny Lipton, who after reading Ogden Nash’s “The Tale Of Custard The Dragon”, became melancholy about the days of his childhood and typed out the lyrics on fellow student and friend, Lenny Edelstein’s typewriter. Edelstein’s room-mate, Peter Yarrow came across the poem and composed accompanying music. Paul Yarrow is better known as the Paul from ‘Peter, Paul & Mary’, the trio who eventually brought “Puff The Magic Dragon” to fame.

Since the myth eventuated, Peter Yarrow, claims that no college student smoked pot in 1959, and the climate of the time seems to agree.In later years during a concert, the group further tried to debunk the myth by playing the US national anthem and humorously attempting to locate drug references within it.




Rough Draft of Jan. 20, 2013 Inauguration Speech

Obviously we non Obama rational folk are waiting in dread anticipation of his inauguration speech where it is expect we’ll learn just exactly what Obama’s more leeway is going to entail for his 2nd term. We here at DL/LL Electronic Media have been able through our contacts in Washington to acquire a discarded rough draft of that speech:


If we hear more, we’ll let you know.



Curmudgeonly Chef

It’s getting towards the tail end of Fall and near to Winter time. Time for some slow cooker recipe ideas and a casserole sure to warmer your insides and put a smile on your face.

To Die for Crock Pot Roast

To Die for Crock Pot Roast. Photo by Marg (CaymanDesigns)


  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Total Time: 9 hrs 5 mins
  • Servings: 8

About This Recipe

“Amazing flavor, and so simple! No salt needed here. In fact, you may wish to use half the ranch dressing mix to cut back on the saltiness. Found this Crock-Pot pot roast recipe on of a website called http://www.recipegoldmine.com. It’s all the rage there, so I thought I’d try it.”


    • 1 (4 -5 lb) beef roast, any kind
    • 1 (1 1/4 ounce) packages brown gravy mix, dry
    • 1 (1 1/4 ounce) packages dried Italian salad dressing mix
    • 1 (1 1/4 ounce) packages ranch dressing mix, dry
    • 1/2 cup water


  1. Place beef roast in crock pot.
  2. Mix the dried mixes together in a bowl and sprinkle over the roast.
  3. Pour the water around the roast.
  4. Cook on low for 7-9 hours.
Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1 (245 g)

Servings Per Recipe: 8

Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value

Calories 295.2

Calories from Fat 87


Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value

Total Fat 9.7g


Saturated Fat 3.9g


Cholesterol 149.8mg


Sugars 0.0 g

Sodium 380.5mg


Total Carbohydrate 2.6g


Dietary Fiber 0.0g


Sugars 0.0 g


Protein 49.5g


Slow Cooker Bourbon Chicken

Slow Cooker Bourbon Chicken


Prep Time

15 Minutes

Total Time 6:15 Hrs: Mins

Makes 4 servings

1/2 cup bourbon

1/4 cup soy sauce

1/4 cup honey

2 tablespoons rice vinegar

1 tablespoon ketchup

1 medium onion, chopped (1/2 cup)

2 cloves garlic, finely chopped

1 teaspoon grated gingerroot

2 lb boneless skinless chicken breasts

1 cup uncooked instant white rice

1 cup water

1/2 cup chopped green onions

  1. Spray 3 1/2- to 4-quart slow cooker with cooking spray. In slow cooker, mix bourbon, soy sauce, honey, vinegar, ketchup, onion, garlic and gingerroot. Add chicken.
  2. Cover; cook on Low heat setting 6 to 8 hours. Remove chicken from slow cooker to plate; shred with 2 forks or break into bite-size pieces with spoon. Return chicken to slow cooker.
  3. Cook rice in water as directed on package.
  4. Serve chicken over rice; sprinkle with green onions.

Makes 4 serving

Slow Cooker Cheesy Potato Soup

Slow Cooker Cheesy Potato Soup

A hot, hearty soup is waiting for you when you get home if you rely on your slow cooker!

Prep Time 15 Minutes

Total Time 6:45 Hrs: Mins

Makes 6 servings

Reynolds™ Slow Cooker Liners

1 bag (32 oz) frozen southern-style diced hash brown potatoes, thawed

1/2 cup frozen chopped onion (from 12-oz bag), thawed

1 medium stalk celery, diced (1/2 cup)

1 carton (32-oz) Progresso® chicken broth

1 cup water

3 tablespoons Gold Medal® all-purpose flour

1 cup milk

1 bag (8 oz) shredded American-Cheddar cheese blend (2 cups)

1/4 cup real bacon pieces (from 2.8-oz package)

4 medium green onions, sliced (1/4 cup)

  1. Place Reynolds™ Slow Cooker Liners inside a 5- to 6 1/2 -qt slow cooker bowl. Make sure that liner fits snugly against the bottom and sides of bowl and pull the top of the liner over rim of bowl.
  2. In lined slow cooker, mix potatoes, onion, celery, broth and water.
  3. Cover; cook on Low heat setting 6 to 8 hours.
  4. In small bowl, mix flour into milk; stir into potato mixture. Increase heat setting to High. Cover; cook 20 to 30 minutes or until mixture thickens. Stir in cheese until melted. Garnish individual servings with bacon and green onions. Sprinkle with pepper if desired.

Makes 6 servings (1 1/2 cups each)

Make the Most of This Recipe With Tips From The Betty Crocker® Kitchens

Serve food directly from the lined slow cooker. Once your slow cooker cools, remove the liner and throw away for easy clean up.


Instead of using purchased bacon pieces, cook 2 strips of bacon until crisp, then drain and crumble.

Or just buy the real bacon bits in the reseal able bag. Use the leftover bacon bits (not too sure what those are) in your eggs tomorrow for breakfast


Southern-style hash brown potatoes are diced instead of shredded. These work best in this recipe.

Nutrition Information:

1 Serving (1 Serving)

  • Calories 410
    • (Calories from Fat 140),
  • Total Fat 15g
    • (Saturated Fat 9g,
    • Trans Fat 0g),
  • Cholesterol 45mg;
  • Sodium 1210mg;
  • Total Carbohydrate 50g
    • (Dietary Fiber 5g,
    • Sugars 5g),
  • Protein 19g;

Percent Daily Value*:


    • 3 1/2 Starch;
    • 0 Fruit;
    • 0 Other Carbohydrate;
    • 0 Skim Milk;
    • 0 Low-Fat Milk;
    • 0 Milk;
    • 0 Vegetable;
    • 0 Very Lean Meat;
    • 0 Lean Meat;
    • 1 High-Fat Meat;
    • 1 Fat;

    Carbohydrate Choices:

    • 3;

    Buffalo Chicken and Potatoes

    Buffalo Chicken and Potatoes

    Ranch dressing and cream of mushroom soup offsets the spice from buffalo wing sauce in a satisfying, meat-and-potatoes casserole.

    Prep Time 10 Minutes

    Total Time 1:05 Hr: Mins

    Makes 6 servings

    1 1/4 lb boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into 1-inch strips

    1/3 cup buffalo wing sauce

    6 cups frozen (thawed) southern-style hash brown potatoes

    1 cup ranch or blue cheese dressing

    1/2 cup shredded Cheddar cheese (2 oz)

    1 can (10 oz) condensed cream of mushroom or cream of chicken soup

    1/2 cup corn flake crumbs (crumbled tortilla chips or Doritos work well too)

    2 tablespoons butter or margarine, melted

    1/4 cup chopped green onions (3 to 4 medium)

    1. Heat oven to 350°F. Spray 13×9-inch (3-quart) baking dish with cooking spray.
    2. In medium bowl, stir together chicken strips and wing sauce.
    3. In large bowl, stir together potatoes, dressing, cheese and soup. Spoon into baking dish. Place chicken strips in single layer over potato mixture.
    4. In small bowl, stir together crumbs and butter. Sprinkle in baking dish.
    5. Cover with foil. Bake 30 minutes; uncover and bake 20 to 25 minutes longer or until potatoes are tender and juice of chicken is no longer pink when centers of thickest pieces are cut. Sprinkle with green onions.

    Makes 6 servings (1 3/4 cups each)


    For authentic flavor, go with red hot buffalo wing sauce. Other flavors to try include teriyaki, sweet and sour or barbecue.

    For a cheesy hash brown side dish, omit the chicken and wing sauce. Serve casserole with barbecued chicken or baked ham.

    Try using precut chicken tenders to make prep time shorter.

    Serve with additional blue cheese dressing.

    Nutrition Information:

    1 Serving (1 Serving)

    • Calories 620
      • (Calories from Fat 300),
    • Total Fat 33g
      • (Saturated Fat 9g,
      • Trans Fat 0g),
    • Cholesterol 90mg;
    • Sodium 1240mg;
    • Total Carbohydrate 51g
      • (Dietary Fiber 5g,
      • Sugars 5g),
    • Protein 28g;

    Percent Daily Value*:


      • 2 1/2 Starch;
      • 0 Fruit;
      • 1 Other Carbohydrate;
      • 0 Skim Milk;
      • 0 Low-Fat Milk;
      • 0 Milk;
      • 0 Vegetable;
      • 0 Very Lean Meat;
      • 3 Lean Meat;
      • 0 High-Fat Meat;
      • 4 1/2 Fat;

      Carbohydrate Choices: 3 1/2;

      *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.




      A woman was unhappy with the way her laundry was done at the local Chinese Laundry, so she wrote a note and put it in the bag with the next collection of soiled clothes :
      She got the clean laundry back, and was still dissatisfied with the results, so the following week she enclosed another note:
      The Chinese laundryman became very annoyed, and when her clean laundry was delivered, it contained a note from HIM:

       Introspection Outside the Box


      It all makes sense now. Gay marriage and marijuana being legalized on the same day.

      Leviticus 20:13“If a man lieth with another man as one lieth with a woman, he should be stoned.”

      We’ve just been interpreting it wrong all these years!


      T-Mobile’s Home For The Holidays Surprise

      Say what you will about they’re choice of phone models, calling plans, billing and customer service problems or their speed/coverage and unsubstantiated claims regarding them they DO make a heck of a commercial!


      Lethal Leprechaun walks into a pub and takes a seat next to a very attractive woman.
      He gives her a quick glance then casually looks at his watch for a moment.
      The woman notices this and asks, ‘Is your date running late?’
      ‘No’, he replies, I just got this state-of the-art watch, and I was just testing it..’
      The intrigued woman says, ‘a state-of-the-art watch?
      ”What’s so special about it?’
      Lethal explains, ‘It uses alpha waves to talk to me telepathically.’
      The lady says, ‘What’s it telling you now?’
      Well, it says you’re not wearing any panties.’
      The woman giggles and replies
      ‘Well it must be broken because I am wearing panties!’
      Our Leprechaun smiles, taps his watch and says,
      ‘ Bloody thing’s an hour fast!’


      COnstitution & Gun Parting Shot

      Email Protection is not Part of the Fourth Amendment

      Posted:  11/25/2012 5:09 PM Houston Chronicle http://mobile.chron.com/chron/db_271414/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=VfaE6Gs6&detailindex=0&pn=0&ps=2&full=true#display

      Amendment IV

      The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

      Outdated digital privacy regulations are increasingly allowing law enforcement agencies to use Internet companies and popular social networks to do their spying.

      The Fourth Amendment protects against unreasonable search and seizure of private citizens and their “persons, houses, papers, and effects” – but obviously makes no mention of email in a remote server. In 1986, Congress passed a law regulating how law enforcement can access information stored and communicated electronically. That was years before the Internet became a household term and before email was commonplace.

      The law, known as the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, updated the 1968 Federal Wiretap Act. [ Which came about because of the frequent and grievous abuse of wiretaps by lazy and unscrupulous law enforcement personnel] Now, as the Senate considers amending the privacy act to make law enforcement more accountable to the courts, Internet providers and service companies find themselves as awkward middlemen between the government and Web users.

      “Rather than ‘Big Brother,’ we have lots of ‘Little Brothers,’ ” said Christopher Calabrese, a privacy lawyer at the American Civil Liberties Union. [Bask in the novelty of the ACLU actually doing what it was  founded to do, protect our basic civil liberties instead of stomping on things like prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance! The Apocalypse has to be near!]

      While Internet users may think of personal information and photos on services like Gmail, Dropbox, Facebook and Twitter as their own, that information resides within easily accessible computers. In addition, Internet service providers such as AT&T and Verizon hold reams of data pertaining to customers’ Internet Provider addresses, Web histories, locations and personal information.

      Critics point out that because of the outdated language in the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, personal information can be accessed with a subpoena from a prosecutor – not through a warrant, which requires the review and blessing of a judge.

      The ACLU, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, law professors and judges, and the Digital Due Process organization – a group that spans more than 65 technology companies and political organizations from both sides of the aisle – all agree that the privacy act needs to be updated as soon as possible. Susan Freiwald, a professor of law at the University of San Francisco, points out that one of its biggest failings is not providing legal recourse for citizens.

      In cases of eavesdropping, such as a wiretap, the subject has a right to know eventually about the surveillance. But if an investigation digs into people’s email and isn’t brought to trial, she says, the subjects rarely find out that their online activities were being monitored. When law enforcement has an unbridled ability to rifle through private correspondence, “we’re a police state,” Freiwald says.

      Leahy proposal

      Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., who has proposed an amendment to the act, said the Senate Judiciary Committee will consider the changes Thursday. The crux of the amendment would require investigators to serve either a warrant to the service provider or a subpoena directly to the user when seeking personal digital information.

      The upcoming debate has put some companies in uncomfortable positions as to when they want to respect online privacy and when they don’t. The Association of National Advertisers sent a letter to Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer professing “profound disappointment” that the default setting for the upcoming version of Internet Explorer would be “do not track.” Tracking users on a Web browser makes targeted advertising for new products easier.

      Signers of the letter included representatives of publicly traded giants including IBM, AT&T, Adobe Systems and Intel. Yet all four of those companies, and Microsoft, also are members of the Digital Due Process organization pushing for reform of the privacy act.

      Authorities’ concern

      [Big surprise there! They had ‘concerns’ over the Miranda Warning too. Concerns over encryption programs people were using because of the stories of abuse of this loophole that were coming out of the  server farms and ISPs as far back as 2000. Shit they have concerns over anything that does the use of bright lights and rubber hoses of days gone by, requiring instead actual police works evidence and respect thereby reducing coffee and donut time.]

      Law enforcement groups express concerns about the Leahy measure. The FBI Agents Association and the National Law Enforcement Officers Association wrote separate letters arguing that it would add time and paperwork, and potentially alert suspects to investigations.

      “When lives are on the line, when seconds count, law enforcement needs lawful access to electronic communications records without undue delay,” read a letter from an assortment of national and state-level law enforcement groups. [My advice? When lives are on the line and seconds count DO NOT depend on Eric Holder and/or the US Government! Look at Bengasi! Look at FEMA responses, Fast & Furious to name a few recent examples. Do you REALLY want to trust these guys?]

      In the first half of 2012, Google says, governments in the United States made 7,969 requests for information on users; With its search engine, email client Gmail, office suite Docs and video-sharing YouTube – to name just a handful of services – the company has a huge window into how people use the Web.

      Google, Twitter and others disclose statistics on government information requests voluntarily. Notably, the world’s largest social network, Facebook, says it has no plans to publish data on government requests for information on its users. More than 200 million American and Canadian residents use the social network.

      “If the CIA had built Facebook, we’d all be terrified,” points out Wired senior writer Bob McMillan.

      In some cases, companies push back on the government. Google did not comply with 10 percent of its information requests in the first half of this year. In September, Twitter asked a New York court to quash a subpoena for personal information on a protester in the Occupy movement.

      These fights exist because the law is unclear, says Kurt Opsahl, senior staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

      Online boundaries

      But online boundaries are not quite as clear as someone’s home. Digital information is usually backed up across servers, or sliced up and distributed across many servers that can reside in different districts or even countries. Also, electronic data is typically intertwined with additional personal information about the subject and other users. Presenting the digital “boundaries” of an investigation would require careful, if not incredibly difficult, explanation – and a judge who understood the technical ramifications.

      [Ok wait just a bloody second now. If I understand that last paragraph correctly, they are arguing the ‘concern’ that because they don’t understand exactly how my personal information is stored or how to configure filters that obtain for them ONLY what the scope of a warrant would allow for and because there are an insufficient number of Internet Tech savvy Judges they will be inconvenienced.

      Due to that inconveniencing by the lack of understanding and training by both Investigators and Judges I should forgo the logical extension of my 4th Amendment rights and expectations of privacy to make their lives easier and just TRUST them to limit themselves in reason for scope of and how they handle my personal information?

      Am I the ONLY one that sees a recipe for abuse of power here?! What about the Movie and Recording Industries being able to get away with monitoring where you go and what you do on line sans benefit over judicial oversight simply because no laws exist to stop them?!]

      The Supreme Court has ruled that people have an “expectation of privacy” over the phone and in written letters, requiring a warrant. But the high court has not heard a case regarding the question of e-mail privacy.

      Seems to me that the High Court needs to revisit this issue, perhaps best right after they are subject to a warrantless review of their personal e-mails and we see how much dirty falls from THAT tree. NO WONDER everyone wants you to store your dirty laundry on the cloud, it makes giving it to Big & Little Brother so much easier and legally expedient for everyone BUT you and your rights! Time to write your Congressman & Senators folks! Best use snail mail though unless you want it falling into Obama’s hands!

      About lethalleprechaun

      I believe in being the kind of man who, when my feet touch the floor in the morn', causes the Devil to say "BUGGER ME! HIMSELF IS UP!" ======== I'm a White Married Heterosexual who fervently believes in the war(s) we are fighting, the Second Amendment which I plan on defending with my last breath and my last round of ammunition as well as Arizona's stringent law on Immigration and the need for the border wall. I'm a right of center Con-centrist with Tea Party & Republican sympathies who drives an SUV. I am a Life Time Member of the NRA, a Charter Member of the Patriots' Border Alliance and North American Hunters Association. If there is a season for it and I can shoot one I'll eat it and proudly wear its fur. I believe PETA exists solely to be a forum for Gays, Vegetarians, Hollywood snobbery to stupid to get into politics and Soybean Growers. The ACLU stopped protecting our civil liberties sometime after the 1960s and now serves its own bigoted headline grabbing agenda much in the same way as the Southern Poverty Law Center. I am ecstatic that WE the PEOPLE finally got mad enough to rise up and take back the Government from WE the ENTITLED and reverently wish the Liberals would just get over the loss and quit whining/protesting all the time. After all they're just reaping what they've sown. I am Pro-choice both when it comes to the issue of abortion AND school prayer. I believe in a government for the people, by the people which represents and does the people's will. Therefore I an Pro States rights and mandatory term limits but against special interest group campaign contributions and soft money. I think that sports teams who allow their players to sit or take a knee during the National Anthem should be boycotted until the message is received that this is not acceptable behavior for role models for children. I believe Congressional salaries should be voted on bi-annually by the people they represent and not by themselves. I think Congress should be subject to every law they pass on the populace including any regarding Social Security or Healthcare. Speaking of the Healthcare bill (or con job as I see it) I hope Trump will overturn it and set things back to normal. I oppose the building of an Mosque or ANY Islamic center at or within a 10 mile radius of Ground Zero in New York. I will fight those in favor of this until hell freezes over and then I will continue to fight it hand to hand on the ice. Further I think the ban on immigrants from certain nations known to harbor and promote terrorism is a justified measure, at least until we can come up with better methods of vetting and tracking those non citizens we allow in the country. We did not inflict this measure on them those who refuse to point out, denounce or fight radical religious terrorism brought this upon themselves.
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      2 Responses to Leprechaun Laughs # 169 for Wednesday November 28th 2012

      1. lethalleprechaun says:

        Once again we are going to have to agree to disagree over your choice disparaging moniker for these people. I’m referring the the group collectively termed Idiots whom you unfairly malign.

        While you might successfully argue that all Democrats, or all those who drank the Kool-Aid a second time are idiots, not all idiots are Democrats or voted to Obama, some are actually smarter than that and/or voting for him has nothing to do with your being an idiot take you argumentative position pick.

        In short the guilt by association you cause them unfairly demeans unnecessarily those true honest idiots and does them a grave dis-service IMHO. I rather have a discussion with an idiot for an entire week than with a Democrat for 5 minutes personally

      2. impishdragon says:

        I would tell you that it was an excellent Parting Shot (which it was) but the whole concept is scary as hell. And the scariest part is that for most of us, (at least according to the last election) we don’t care enough to do anything about it or rock the boat so that our “entitlements” won’t be cut off. We need to wake up. Our rights are being slowly taken away from us. Our freedoms are being slowly taken away from us. OUR LIVES ARE BEING TAKEN AWAY FROM US!!

        But I got my Obama phone!

        F*cking Idiots.

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