Monday, August 14, 2006

EON Headline News

It's time for the Either Orr Network Headline News...

Ceasefire in the Middle East
Well, we've had more ceasefires than Liz Taylor has had weddings. And the ceasefires usually last as long as a Taylor marriage. So...

Terror plot foiled
Sources indicate that the al-Qaeda-linked terrorists were emboldened by empty suit Ned Lamont's win over Sen. Joe Lieberman in the Connecticut Cut-and-Run Party primary. Fortunately, the Brits were onto it and acted quickly.

Preseason NFL play begins
You pay full regular season prices to see the stars play a quarter or two at most, and most of the game played by guys who will never wear an NFL uniform in a regular-season game. Disgusting.

Why is it...
I heard a poll last week on Hannity, indicating that 56 percent of Democrats don't think the U.S. of A. should be allied with Israel. For years, Pat Buchanan has been saying that and has been labelled "anti-Semitic" as a result. Why isn't that label being applied to the Cut-and-Run Party?

The inconvenient truth is...
That Al Gore doesn't practice what he preaches. Are you surprised? Really?

A question answered
If you've ever wondered, as I have, why the left seems enamored of the Islamofascist movement, read David Horowitz's book "Unholy Alliance." What do the left and the Islamofascists have in common? Both hate the U.S. of A.

Later on.