Taking it in the rear as usual.
You can have my job.
I get real tired of waking up with a sore ass and a nickel in my hand. How much will Amanda see that I get paid from now on?
Donald Trump took to Fox and Friends this morning and asked why, given all the leaks coming out about the U.S. Government, the only thing that hasn't been released are the president's records.
"The only thing we don't seem to get are the records from the president. Isn't that interesting?" Trump said.
Trump has relentlessly been in pursuit of President Obama's college records, at one point offering $5 million in charitable donations in exchange for the transcripts.
Trump also blasted the Obama administration's inability to capture NSA leaker Edward Snowden, calling it "pathetic" and talked about the possibility of executing Snowden.
“This guy is a bad guy,” he said. “And you know, there is still a thing called execution. You have to take a strong hand. You have thousands of people with access to the kind of material like this. We’re not going to have a country any longer.”
Read more: http://nation.foxnews.com/2013/06/24/trump…
Look, Ward, you know they keep me in the basement and I don't appreciate the innuendo.
In a major embarrassment for President Barack Obama, an aircraft thought to have carried Snowden landed in Moscow on Sunday, and the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks said he was "bound for the Republic of Ecuador via a safe route for the purposes of asylum."
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer charged that Russian President Vladimir Putin likely knew and approved of Snowden's flight to Russia and predicted "serious consequences" for a U.S.-Russian relationship already strained over Syria and human rights.
"Putin always seems almost eager to stick a finger in the eye of the United States - whether it is Syria, Iran and now of course with Snowden," Schumer, a New York Democrat, told CNN's "State of the Union" program. He also saw "the hand of Beijing" in Hong Kong's decision to let Snowden leave the Chinese territory despite the U.S. extradition request.
Ecuador's ambassador to Russia, Patricio Alberto Chavez Zavala, told reporters at a Moscow airport hotel he would hold talks with Snowden and Sarah Harrison, a WikiLeaks representative.
Hours later, shortly after midnight (2000 GMT Sunday), the ambassador emerged from a business-class lounge near the hotel and refused to say whether he had met Snowden or make any other comment. Shortly before he appeared, a cart with three plates of salmon and a Starbucks bag were rolled into the lounge.
The head of the NSA, General Keith Alexander, said he did not know why it failed to prevent Snowden leaving Hawaii for Hong Kong with the secrets.
Yeah, let them eat cake.
"Woman is the dominant sex. Men have to do all sorts of stuff to prove that they are worthy of woman's attention." --Camille Paglia
"Leaving sex to the feminists is like letting your dog vacation at the taxidermist."
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