Thursday, August 30, 2012

Football Picks

This year I'm going to pick all the SEC games... so the picks...


Thursday night South Carolina will look lost in the 1st half and walk away in the 2nd against Vanderbilt 31-19

Friday night will have Tennessee outgunning NC State in the Georgia Dome 34-20

Saturday:

Georgia plays Buffalo (not the Bills) and wins 55-10
Florida hosts Bowling Green and finally settles on a QB : 49-3
Ole Miss at home versus Central Arkansas; should be an easy game, it won't be though: Miss 21 Cen Ark 20
Jacksonville State at Arkansas ... sheesh too much sugar in that cupcake ><  Ark 66-20
Jackson State at Mississippi State should be decent for 3 quarters: MSU 31 JSU 13
Geaux Tigers?
North Texas at LSU (ouch) LSU will roll without the Honey Badger(TM) 52-21
SE Louisiana at Missouri will be close up until the kickoff ... Missouri wins 45-6
Auburn against ranked Clemson in the Georgia Dome; should be an exciting game, can AU's defense stop the Clemson pass attack (minus their #1 reciever)? Yes, I think they can :)  AU 27 Clemson 25
Alabama versus Michigan in Dallas: Is Michigan back? Is Alabama ready to repeat? One question will be answered the other will be waiting.

Alabama 30 Michigan 17

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Football

Almost football time (college yay, pro yay)

Tennessee Vols (ESPN power #30, AP #33, Coaches #43) starts off with NC State in Atlanta on Aug 31 (7:30 eastern on ESPNU)

Mmmph
Dallas Cowboys (Pre-season Power ESPN #14) starts (regular season) with a bang at the Giants on a Wednesday night NBC game

Chart of the Election

Minus $1 Trillion (yes that's a T) we get:
Notice anything Dems?

Sunday, August 5, 2012

#HarryReidisaPederast Rumor

Time to up the ante on the Harry Reid and the Dems in the Senate for the upcoming election. Issue #1 is getting rid of Obama so we can hope to stop the beast that is the EPA from dismantling our power supply and production (ie. coal, natural gas via fracking, home-drilled oil), but a very close 2nd is reclaiming the Senate.(via PowerLine)
In 2010, Nancy Pelosi became a campaign issue that helped to nationalize House races. Because of her lack of ability, her extremism and her personal unlikability, Pelosi became, and remains, deeply unpopular with the American people. So in many House races, Republican candidates used the fact that Democratic opponents had voted for Pelosi as Speaker, or intended to do so, against them.
It is beginning to appear that Harry Reid may play a similar role in 2012. Reid is an excellent candidate for the part. Like Pelosi, his mental skills are unimpressive and his personality is grating at best. Also like Pelosi, his record as leader of the Senate is impossible to defend. The only difference is that until now, Reid has maintained a somewhat lower profile.
If we can use Harry like we did SanFranNan, then he will have finally helped his country turn the corner on this bad economy. It's a fitting tribute to the man who may or may not be a pederast (but he won't tell us ...).