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Weekly Full of Win Post

Posted by Max Barron on May 19, 2009

Forgive the tardiness of this post.  As said in a separate post – I suffered catastrophic hardware failure and spent the better part of the weekend and yesterday recovering files and re-installing my operating systems and programs. 

Without further ado I give you the weekly Full of Win winners.  Normally there is only one winner and I typically restrict it to non-professional blogs (i.e. Wall Street Journal online, etc are professional).  However, this week we saw a very humorous post from IowaHawk and got special treat from Peter Heck at OneNewsNow.com.  IowaHawk delivered some laugh out loud hilarity – which, sadly, is all also very true.  I had tears reading it… My sides still hurt. 

Our next winner here brings back a more somber tone with an eloquently delivered “shame on you” to Barack Obama for his Apology tour.  Frankly, no one has said it better than Mr. Heck.  I encourage you all to read it.  It’s worth it!

(Please click the bolded titles to read the whole post at the winner’s site)

From IowaHawk:

I Guess You Had To Be There

The Barack Obama Celebrity Roast

(Thundering tympanies, swirling spotlights)

Announcer

Live! From the fabulous Turtle Bay Ballroom at United Nations Headquarters, it’s the Rat Pack of Evil All-Star International Celebrity Roast of President Barack Obama!

(orchestra fanfare: ‘Make ‘Em Laugh’)

From Peter Heck at OneNewsNow.com

Arrogant Americans, Mr. President?

As I was sitting in church waiting for the start of the service, my grandpa came walking towards me pointing his finger. No matter how old I get, and no matter how long he’s been out of the U.S. Navy, that’s still an intimidating sight. As he approached me, his voice quivered as he said, “We saved that continent twice…how dare my president apologize for this country’s arrogance.” My grandpa is right. Americans need not apologize to the world for their arrogance; rather, Americans should apologize to their forefathers for the arrogance of their president.

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Weekly Full Of Win Post 4/26 – 5/2

Posted by Max Barron on May 5, 2009

Weekly Full Of Win post Award 4/26 – 5/2:

Better late than never.  It was a busy busy weekend so I didn’t get a chance to go through all of the outstanding posts to narrow down to one winner.  There were many great candidates this past week, so it was exceedingly difficult to determine a winner.  However, one post did manage to peak out above the rest. 

This weeks winner comes from none other than Michelle Malkin for her recap of the One’s first 100 days.  Witty, snarky, concise and accurate, it’s a must read.  Enjoy! 

http://michellemalkin.com/2009/04/29/100-days-of-the-poser-presidency/

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Weekly Full Of Win Post Winner:

Posted by Max Barron on April 26, 2009

This week has seen many excellent posts worthy of much “Internet Win”.  But, Manly Rash of Manly’s Republic gets the top honors for his post “A Liar Among Liars.”  Mainly because this post is chock full of squishy global warming idiots getting squished and there is even video!  I also saw no other blogs covering this particular angle, and I read a ton of blogs.  Of course, the snarky witticisms help… We all know how much I LOVE a good snark.

So without further ado I give you the week’s Full Of Win post:  (Please click the image or Headline to view the entire post at Manly’s Republic)

A Liar Among Liars – How Convenient

headupIt’s easy to spot a Liberal – among other things, he’s the one shutting down any debate about or inquiry into whatever cockamamie statist scheme he’s proposing. Liberals dread the cleansing sunlight of open inquiry and discussion because it tends disintegrate their arguments in much the same manner sunlight makes vampires crumble into a pile of ash.

That much will become painfully evident today at the audience with His Greenness, Pope Albert a Congressional hearing on climate change, where Al Gore – leading advocate of the climate change hoax who has lined his pockets with over a hundred millions dollars pedaling his pseudo-scientific snake oil – emoted testified before a bi-partisan committee at the behest of the Democrats.

The Republicans originally planned to summon Lord Christopher Monckton, a former science advisor to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, to testify jointly with Al Gore as a rebuttal.

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