Sunday, May 29, 2011

injaynesworld it's the "Sunday Recap..."

Congratulations go to Kim Kardashian...

... who received a $2 million dollar engagement ring from fiancé Kris Humphries this week.  I want to be happy for the couple, but I can’t help noticing…

Is it me or does Humphries look like he and killer of actress Rebecca Schaeffer, John Robert Bardo, were separated at birth?   Creepy, huh?

I’ve never trusted a guy with a low-brow.  On the other hand, a $2 million dollar ring?  I might take my chances.  


What to get Dad?

Yes, it’s always a problem, isn’t it?  With Father’s Day right around the corner, how about getting him something he’ll really enjoy this year. 

Includes a 36” x 30” putting green made from mini-golf course carpeting, a plastic cup and flag, mini-putter and two practice balls.  All for only $22.95.

Potty Fisherman also available.      


This week’s Steaming Pile of Shit Award…

 goes to heartless Republican dick Eric Cantor for saying he would not approve disaster relief funds for tornado-devastated areas in the mid-west unless they were tied to spending cuts elsewhere. 

Some members of his own party were even surprised by this:  Rep. Mike Simpson (R-Idaho) said, "If you can find offsets, great. If you can't, you can't," he said. "That's what an emergency is, by definition."

Rep. Jo Ann Emerson (R-Mo.), with parts of her district under 12 feet of water as a result of flooding said, "It makes me sad" that some Republicans are insisting on offsets for natural disaster of this scale, and in the case of Cantor, "I was disappointed. I need to take him to my district." 

The irony:  A lot of the same people in this deeply red area of the country voted Eric Cantor and his GOP pals into the position where they can deny them the help they so desperately need now.
Meanwhile the party of slash-and-burn still has its machetes out for Medicare…

... which is not going over well with the folks back home as evidenced by the surprise win this week of Democrat Kathy Hochul over Republican Jane Corwin in a traditional GOP stronghold district in New York state.  Corwin had fully endorsed the GOP plan to replace Medicare with a voucher system that would force the elderly to purchase private health insurance on the open market.  

You don’t want to be messin’ with seniors.  We’re cranky. 

And finally, from those geniuses over at Fox news, perhaps a little too much information about Arnold’s sexual prowess…

And now it's your turn.  Sound off...

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