[Thanks Jeri Karr]
Every day this year, 10,000 baby boomers will retire;
that's 3,650,000 more getting their Social Security check.
Every year for the next 19 years, 3,650,000
of these kids will be retiring: total 69,350,000.
Those kids above look like this today.
Hmm ... Could be worse.
Updating the dialogue for the 1967 move "The Graduate:"
Mr. McGuire: I just want to say one word to you. Just one word.
Benjamin: Yes, sir.
Mr. McGuire: Are you listening?
Benjamin: Yes, I am.
Mr. McGuire: Plastics. Funerals.
Russian Olympics: One stall, two stools.
One for the athlete, one for a security guard.
[Thanks Anne McCusker]
[Thanks Jim Green]
* * * * *
Now we know for certain,
Rep. Joe Wilson was right.
"After four years of the politics of divide-and-conquer, Mr. Obama had stirred sufficient resentment in his political base to win a second term. What he has produced entering the sixth year of his presidency is a nation in a state of disunion."
"The pollsters at Gallup wrote last week that Mr. "Obama is on course to have the most politically polarized approval ratings of any president." Segments of the U.S. population see themselves not just in disagreement with the Obama administration, but as the target of its policies."
As the Commander in Chief went to a fund raiser in Las Vegas.
[Thanks Todd Rampton]
[Thanks Bob Richards]
Currently, our advertising agency,
McCusker & McCusker.
is seeking a new client.
'It wouldn't be Friday without the Follies.'