Ed’s 2016 Executive Branch Dream Team (Videos)


PRESIDENT – TED CRUZ
U.S. Senator/Former Texas Solicitor General/Former Director Of The Office Of Policy Planning For The Federal Trade Commission/Former Associate Deputy Attorney General For The U.S. Department Of Justice/Former Domestic Policy Advisor To U.S. President George W. Bush For The 2000 Bush-Cheney Campaign/Former Adjunct Professor Of Law At The University Of Texas School Of Law, Austin/Attorney

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VICE PRESIDENT – SCOTT WALKER
Wisconsin Governor/Former Wisconsin State Assemblyman/Former Milwaukee County Executive/Former Marketer And Fundraiser For The American Red Cross

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CHIEF OF STAFF – MARK LEVIN
President Of The Landmark Legal Foundation/Former Associate Director Of Presidential Personnel For The Reagan Administration/Former Deputy Assistant Secretary For Elementary And Secondary Education At The U.S. Department Of Education/Former Deputy Solicitor At The U.S. Department Of The Interior/Former Chief Of Staff To Attorney General Edwin Meese/Talk Raido Host/Historian/Author/Attorney

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ATTORNEY GENERAL – TREY GOWDY
U.S. Congressman/Former District Attorney For South Carolina’s Seventh Judicial Circuit/Former Federal Prosecutor With The U.S. Attorney For The District Of South Carolina/Former Law Clerk For John P. Gardner On The South Carolina Court Of Appeals And United States District Court Judge Ross Anderson/Attorney

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SECRETARY OF HOMELAND SECURITY – FRANK GAFFNEY
Founder And President Of The Center For Security Policy/Founder Of The Set America Free Coalition/Former Deputy Assistant Secretary Of Defense For Nuclear Forces And Arms Control Policy/Former Assistant Secretary Of Defense For International Security Policy/Former Senate Armed Services Committee Staff Member/Talk Radio Host/Producer/Columnist/Author

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SECRETARY OF DEFENSE – STANLEY MCCHRYSTAL
Retired United States Army Four-Star General/Former Commander Of International Security Assistance Force/Former Commander Of U.S. Forces Afghanistan/Former Director Of Joint Staff/ Former Commander Of Joint Special Operations Command

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DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE – KEITH ALEXANDER
United States Army Four-Star General/Director Of The National Security Agency/Chief Of The Central Security Service/Commander Of The United States Cyber Command/Former Deputy Chief Of Staff, G-2, U.S. Army

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SECRETARY OF STATE – JOHN BOLTON
Former Ambassador To The United Nations/Former Assistant Secretary For International Organization Affairs At The Department Of State/Former Assistant Attorney General At The Department Of Justice/Former Assistant Administrator For Program And Policy Coordination At The U.S. Agency For International Development/Former General Counsel At The U.S. Agency For International Development/Attorney

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CHAIRMAN OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE – MARK THORNTON
Senior Fellow At The Ludwig Von Mises Institute/Book Review Editor Of The Quarterly Journal Of Austrian Economics/Former Editor Of The Austrian Economics Newsletter/Editorial Board Member Of The Journal Of Libertarian Studies/Former Economics Professor At Auburn University At Montgomery And Trinity University In Texas/Former Assistant Superintendent Of Banking And Economic Adviser To Alabama Governor Fob James/Author

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SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY – THOMAS SOWELL
Senior Fellow At The Hoover Institution At Stanford University/Former Professor Of Economics At Howard University, Rutgers University, Cornell University, Brandeis University, Amherst College And UCLA/Former Fellow At The Center For Advanced Study In The Behavioral Sciences At Stanford University/Former Project Director At The Urban Institute/Columnist/Author

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DIRECTOR OF THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET – NEWT GINGRICH
Former Speaker Of The U.S. House Of Representatives/Architect Of The ‘Contract With America’/Former House Minority Whip/Former Time Magazine ‘Man Of The Year’/Former Assistant Professor Of History And Geography At West Georgia College/Founder And Chairman Of American Solutions For Winning The Future And The Center For Health Transformation/Founder Of The Conservative Opportunity Society/Distinguished Visiting Scholar And Professor At The United States Air Force’s Air University And The National Defense University/Member Of The Council On Foreign Relations/Guiding Coalition Member Of The Project On National Security Reform/Founder And Chairman Of Gingrich Productions/Political Consultant/Historian/Lecturer/Author

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SECRETARY OF ENERGY – REX TILLERSON
Chairman, President And CEO Of Exxon Mobil Corporation/Engineer/Trustee For The Center For Strategic And International Studies And The American Petroleum Institute/Former President Of Exxon Yemen Inc And Esso Exploration And Production Khorat Incorporated/Former Vice President Of Exxon Ventures/Former President Of Exxon Neftegas Limited/Former Executive Vice President Of ExxonMobil Development Company

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SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR – SARAH PALIN
Former Alaska Governor/Former Wasilla Mayor/Former Wasilla City Councilwoman/Former Chairwoman Of The Alaska Oil And Gas Conservation Commission/Former Head Of The Fellowship Of Christian Athletes/Former Sportscaster For KTUU-TV And KTVA-TV/Former Sports Reporter For The Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman/Former Miss Wasilla/Political Commentator/Author

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SECRETARY OF VETERANS AFFAIRS – ALLEN WEST
Former U.S. Congressman/Retired United States Army Lieutenant Colonel/Former Military Professional Resources Incorporated Adviser To The Afghan National Army/Former U.S. History Teacher And Track And Field Coach At Deerfield Beach High School, Deerfield Beach, Florida/Founder Of The Allen West Guardian Fund And The Allen West Foundation/Political Commentator/Columnist/Author

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UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE – TERRY MILLER
Director Of The Center For International Trade And Economics/Kolokotrones Fellow In Economic Freedom At The Heritage Foundation/Editor Of The Annual Index Of Economic Freedom/Former Ambassador To The United Nations Economic And Social Council/Former Deputy Assistant Secretary Of State For Economic And Global Issues/Former Director Of The Office Of Agricultural And Textile Trade/Former Director Of The Office Of Human Rights, Social And Refugee Affairs/Former Director Of Economic And Development Affairs At The Bureau Of International Organisations/Former Head Of The U.S. Observer Mission To The U.N. Educational, Scientific And Cultural Organization/Former Head Of The U.S. Delegation To The U.N. Conference On Trade And Development/Former Lead Negotiator For The Monterrey Consensus On Financing For Development/Columnist

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DIRECTOR OF IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT – JOE ARPAIO
Sheriff Of Maricopa County, Arizona/Former Military Policeman In The U.S Army/Former Police Officer In Las Vegas, Nevada/Former Special Agent With The Federal Bureau Of Narcotics (Later DEA)/Former Head Of The DEA’s Arizona Branch/Author

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SURGEON GENERAL – BEN CARSON
Former Director Of Pediatric Neurosurgery And Professor Of Neurosurgery, Oncology, Plastic Surgery And Pediatrics At Johns Hopkins Hospital/Former Co-Director Of The Johns Hopkins Craniofacial Center/Recipient Of The Presidential Medal Of Freedom/Member Of The American Academy Of Achievement And The Horatio Alger Association Of Distinguished Americans/Recipient Of The Jefferson Award For Greatest Public Service Benefiting The Disadvantaged/Member Of The National Academy Of Sciences Institute Of Medicine/Holder Of 38 Honorary Doctorate Degrees/Columnist/Political Commentator/Author

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SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION – TED HOUGHTON
Chairman Of The Texas Transportation Commission/Former Member Of The El Paso School Land Board/Former Member Of The El Paso Water Utilities Public Service Board/Former Member Of The El Paso Rapid Transit Board/Former Vice President And Chairman Of The El Paso Public Relations And Communications Committee/Former Treasurer Of The El Paso Political Action Committee/Former Member Of The El Paso Electric Company Board Of Directors/Former President Of The Sun Bowl Association/Former Member Of The 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Committee

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SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES – PAMELA PAULK
Senior Vice President For Human Resources For The Johns Hopkins Health System And Johns Hopkins Medicine/Co-Founder And President Of The Baltimore Alliance For Careers In Healthcare/President Of The Baltimore Community Mediation Board Of Directors/Member Of The Baltimore Employee Health Plan Board Of Directors/Member Of The Baltimore Leadership Class Of 2000/Member Of The Baltimore Workforce Investment Board/Former Director Of Operations Integration For The Johns Hopkins Health System/Former Interim Director For Johns Hopkins Home Care Group/Former Vice President Of Johns Hopkins International Global Services/Former National Consultant And Senior Vice President Of Operations For A Private Psychiatric Practice

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PRESS SECRETARY – BILL WHITTLE
Co-founder Of Declaration Entertainment/Director/Screenwriter/Editor/Narrator/Political Commentator/Columnist/Pilot/Video Blogger/Author

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NEW OFFICES/AGENCIES

SECRETARY OF FREE MARKET CAPITALISM – ARTHUR BROOKS
President Of The American Enterprise Institute/Curry Scholar In Free Enterprise At The American Enterprise Institute/Former Professor Of Business, Economics, Social Entrepreneurship And Government At Syracuse University/Former Professor Of Public Administration At Syracuse University/Former Associate Professor At Syracuse University Maxwell School Of Citizenship And Public Affairs/Former Associate Professor At Syracuse University Whitman School Of Management/Former Assistant Professor Of Public Administration And Economics At Georgia State University/Former Doctoral Fellow And Consultant At The RAND Corporation/Former Professor Of French Horn At Lynn University Harid Conservatory Of Music/Former Classical French Hornist/Economist/Columnist/Author

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DIRECTOR OF GOVERNMENT DOWNSIZING – THOMAS SCHATZ
President Of Citizens Against Government Waste And Its Lobbying Affiliate The Council For Citizens Against Government Waste/Former Legislative Director For Congressman Hamilton Fish Jr./Spokesman/Attorney/Columnist

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DISCONTINUED OFFICES/AGENCIES

SECRETARY OF COMMERCE
SECRETARY OF LABOR
SECRETARY OF EDUCATION
SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE
SECRETARY OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
AMBASSADOR TO THE UNITED NATIONS

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*VIDEOS* Ed’s Rock/Pop Primer For Douchey Little Millennials Who Don’t Know Shit About Music


The following compilation represents but a small percentage of great rock & roll and pop songs produced over the span of nearly half a century. I have decided not to include any tunes created after the year 2000, simply because the past 13 years have sucked ass, musically speaking.

And so, without further ado, here’s my introductory course on music appreciation designed specifically to educate all you worthless, whiny, self-important teens out there who’ve come of age after that sad, fateful day when good music was officially declared dead by anyone who knows what the fuck they’re talking about.

You’re welcome.

THE 50S
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ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK

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THE GREAT PRETENDER

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LONG TALL SALLY

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BLUE MOON

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SINCE I DON’T HAVE YOU

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GREAT BALLS OF FIRE

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JOHNNY B. GOODE

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RAVE ON

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JAILHOUSE ROCK

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SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES

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THE 60S
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LOUIE LOUIE

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YOU REALLY GOT ME

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SHE’S NOT THERE

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MY GENERATION

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BREAK ON THROUGH

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MAGIC CARPET RIDE

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VOODOO CHILD

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WHITE RABBIT

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SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL

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COME TOGETHER

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THE 70S
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AQUALUNG

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MAMA TOLD ME NOT TO COME

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STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN

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BALLROOM BLITZ

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MORE THAN A FEELING

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HOTEL CALIFORNIA

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JESUS JUST LEFT CHICAGO

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I’VE SEEN ALL GOOD PEOPLE

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STUCK IN THE MIDDLE WITH YOU

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DO IT AGAIN

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ROCK ON

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ONLY WOMEN BLEED

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BAD COMPANY

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BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY

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THUNDER ROAD

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SWEET EMOTION

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CARRY ON MY WAYWARD SON

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THE CHAIN

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DO YOU FEEL LIKE WE DO

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WEREWOLVES OF LONDON

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IF YOU WANT BLOOD YOU’VE GOT IT

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COMFORTABLY NUMB

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SULTANS OF SWING

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THE 80S
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PRIVATE IDAHO

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TOM SAWYER

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THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN

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DON’T STOP BELIEVIN’

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BLISTER IN THE SUN

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EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE

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MIDDLE OF THE ROAD

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MAMA

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LITTLE WING

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WITH OR WITHOUT YOU

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THE 90S
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NO MORE TEARS

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SILENT LUCIDITY

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ABOUT A GIRL

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SHE TALKS TO ANGELS

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BLACK

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BECAUSE THE NIGHT

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CREEP

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YOU DON’T KNOW HOW IT FEELS

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IRIS

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DOWN WITH THE SICKNESS

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Ed’s Newest Intellectual Concoction: The NEW Mainstream News Media Convention (NMNMC)

Nearly everybody who runs a right-leaning political blog these days talks about the “mainstream news media”, but I’m here to tell you that this term no longer applies to entities like MSNBC, the Washington Post, CNN, CBS News, or even the HOLY New York F-ing Times.

Those organizations – and every pitiful, leftist, smear merchant like them – will soon be as dead as Al Gore’s integrity, and good riddance to bad rubbish.

Yet, despite the imminent demise of such companies, no single conservative news organization has leapt to the forefront to fill the vacuum that the aforementioned Marxist propaganda tools have left behind them.

Oh sure, there’s Fox News, but if you really believe that this charming little station brings you honest, hard-hitting, meaningful news on a regular basis, you’ve been setting your information bar WAY too low.

Take it from someone who reads upwards of 50 news blogs a day from all over the world, while what you get from Fox is easily preferable to what you’d get from every other TV news source, that doesn’t make it a necessarily GOOD news source. It just makes it the best one that television has to offer.

Oh, and by the way, television too is as dead as my grandfather’s boyhood dog… it just doesn’t know it yet.

The future of news and information, like the future of home entertainment, was hard-wired into the net from its inception. The only reason most Americans haven’t already cancelled their cable or satellite TV subscriptions is because old habits die hard.

But die they must, and once the majority of people in this country begin to understand that there is nothing you can find on TV that can’t be found on-demand online – and a lot cheaper as well – believe me, the boob-tube is toast.

Therefore, the smart play for right-wing news junkies would be to create an online broadcast news network (heck, maybe even call it OBN) and bring together the best conservative-minded commentators to share with the world the news that most Americans want to know, the opinions that most Americans can appreciate, and the patriotic spirit that ALL Americans need in their lives.

To this end I now introduce the concept of the ‘NEW Mainstream News Media Convention’, the purpose of which is to round up the most politically active, media-savvy and net-proficient individuals in the conservative community, so that they may discuss the practicalities of creating such an online news network.

Here’s my list of candidates for such a venture.

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Bill Whittle – http://billwhittle.net

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Joel Pollak – http://www.breitbart.com

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Dana Loesch – http://danaloeschradio.com

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Brent Bozell – http://www.mrc.org

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Alfonzo Rachel – http://alfonzorachel.com

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S.E. Cupp – http://thesecupp.com

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Matt Drudge – http://www.drudgereport.com

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Kevin Jackson – http://theblacksphere.net

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Andrew Klavan – http://www.andrewklavan.com

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Jason Mattera – http://www.jasonmattera.com

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Michelle Malkin – http://michellemalkin.com

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Steven Crowder – http://stevencrowder.net

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Bob Parks – http://www.black-and-right.com

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James O’Keefe – http://www.theprojectveritas.com

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Pamela Geller – http://pamelageller.com

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Tom Trento – https://www.teapartycommunity.com

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Please take note that the above list is by no means complete, nor do I believe that merely posting a blog entry such as this will lead in any direct way to the sort of grand scheme I’ve laid out before you.

Still, it’s not a bad idea, on balance, and if any of my good friends out there in cyberland should decide to share this concept with those among us who might possibly possess the wherewithal to make my humble dream a reality, I’d consider those folks to be FREAKIN’ AWESOME!

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Ed’s NFL Playoffs Third Round Picks – 2013


San Francisco 49ers @ Atlanta Falcons –

Baltimore Ravens @ New England Patriots

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Ed’s NFL Playoffs Second Round Picks – 2013

Baltimore Ravens @ Denver Broncos

Green Bay Packers @ San Francisco 49ers –

Seattle Seahawks @ Atlanta Falcons –

Houston Texans @ New England Patriots

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Ed’s NFL Playoffs First Round Picks – 2013

Cincinnati Bengals @ Houston Texans

Minnesota Vikings @ Green Bay Packers

Indianapolis Colts @ Baltimore Ravens –

Seattle Seahawks @ Washington Redskins –

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Ed’s NFL Week 17 Picks – 2012


New York Jets @ Buffalo Bills

Carolina Panthers @ New Orleans Saints

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Atlanta Falcons

Baltimore Ravens @ Cincinnati Bengals

Cleveland Browns @ Pittsburgh Steelers

Houston Texans @ Indianapolis Colts –

Jacksonville Jaguars @ Tennessee Titans

Philadelphia Eagles @ New York Giants

Chicago Bears @ Detroit Lions –

Miami Dolphins @ New England Patriots

Green Bay Packers @ Minnesota Vikings

Oakland Raiders @ San Diego Chargers

Kansas City Chiefs @ Denver Broncos

Arizona Cardinals @ San Francisco 49ers

Saint Louis Rams @ Seattle Seahawks

Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins

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Ed’s Important, Second Amendment-Related Question O’ The Day


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*VIDEOS* Ed’s Favorite “Alternative” Christmas Songs

……..What’s It To Ya Chorus

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……..You Ain’t Gettin’ Shit For Christmas

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……..Chipmunks Roasting On An Open Fire

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……..The 12 Days Of Obama

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……..I Am Santa Claus

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……..You’re A Ho Ho Ho

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……..Sled Zeppelin

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……..Who Put The Stump Up My Rump

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……..White Trash Christmas

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……..Santa Clause Is Foolin’ Around

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……..Walkin’ ‘Round In Women’s Underwear

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……..Smells Like The Night Before Christmas

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……..STFU Barack Obama

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……..Police Stop My Car

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……..Dick In A Box

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……..Holy Shit, It’s Christmas

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……..Yellow Snow, Yellow Snow, Yellow Snow

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……..Merry Christmas From The Family

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……..Wreck The Malls

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……..Who Put The Dick On The Snowman

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……..Drunk Elvis Sings Blue Christmas

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Ed Redesigns The NCAA Division 1 Football League – Includes Playoffs Configuration


REGION 1
Division A
Rutgers
Connecticut
Boston College
Army
Division B
Maryland
Navy
Syracuse
Buffalo
Massachusetts

REGION 2
Division A
Ohio State
Penn State
Temple
Miami (OH)
Indiana
Division B
Ohio
Toledo
Bowling Green
Pittsburgh
Purdue
Division C
Notre Dame
Kent State
Cincinnati
Ball State
Akron

REGION 3
Division A
Duke
South Carolina
North Carolina
Wake Forest
Marshall
Virginia
Division B
Clemson
North Carolina State
West Virginia
East Carolina
Virginia Tech

REGION 4
Division A
Florida
Georgia
South Florida
Florida Atlantic
Florida International
Division B
Florida State
UCF
Miami (FL)
Georgia Tech

REGION 5
Division A
Alabama
Middle Tennessee
South Alabama
UAB
Memphis
Division B
Louisville
Arkansas
Vanderbilt
Missouri
Auburn
Division C
Western Kentucky
Troy
Arkansas State
Tennessee
Kentucky

REGION 6
Division A
Wisconsin
Michigan
Iowa State
Minnesota
Illinois
Eastern Michigan
Division B
Northern Illinois
Northwestern
Iowa
Michigan State
Western Michigan
Central Michigan

REGION 7
Division A
Louisiana Tech
Oklahoma
Louisiana-Monroe
Tulane
Southern Miss
Division B
Mississippi State
LSU
Louisiana-Lafayette
Ole Miss
Oklahoma State

REGION 8
Division A
Utah State
Brigham Young
Utah
Colorado State
Kansas State
Wyoming
Division B
Boise State
Nebraska
Idaho
Colorado
Air Force
Kansas

REGION 9
Division A
Tulsa
Texas A&M
Texas State
Southern Methodist
Rice
Division B
Texas Tech
San Jose State
Houston
UTEP
Division C
TCU
Texas
UTSA
Baylor
North Texas

REGION 10
Division A
Oregon State
Nevada
Arizona State
Stanford
New Mexico State
UNLV
Division B
USC
Arizona
Fresno State
California
Washington State
Hawaii
Division C
Oregon
UCLA
New Mexico
San Diego State
Washington

Note: during the regular season, each team will play 3 games in their division, 3 games in their region but outside their division, and 6 games in other regions.

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PLAYOFFS CONFIGURATION

First Round
The 24 divison winners will play 12 games in 6 days (over 2 consecutive weeks). Each matchup will be based on win/loss records and schedule strenghts so that No. 1 plays No. 2, No. 3 plays No. 4, No. 5 plays No. 6, etc.

Second Round
The 12 remaining teams will play 6 games over 3 consecutive days. Each matchup will be determined by first round performances based on winning points margins – and in cases of ties in that regard – strength of opponents based on regular season rankings.

No. 1 plays No. 4, No. 2 plays No, 7, No. 3 plays No. 6, No. 5 plays No. 10, No. 8 plays No.12, and No. 9 plays No. 11.

Third Round
The 6 remaining teams will play 3 games over 3 consecutive days. Each matchup will be determined by combined first and second round performances based on winning points margins – and in cases of ties in that regard – total net yardage.

No. 1 plays No. 3, No, 2 plays No. 5 and No. 4 plays No.6.

Note: these 3 games will called the Orange Bowl, the Sugar Bowl and the Cotton Bowl respectively.

Fourth Round
The 3 remaining teams will be ranked by combined first, second and third round performances based on winning points margins – and in cases of ties in that regard – total net yardage.

No. 1 will have a week off while No. 2 plays No. 3 to determine who meets No. 1 in the national championship game.

Note: this game will be called the Rose Bowl and will be played on New Year’s Day.

National Championship
No. 1 pays No. 2.

Note: this game will be called the Camp Bowl – named for Walter C. Camp, the father of American football.
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Ed Picks The Winners Of The College Football Bowl Games That Actually Matter – 2013

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ROSE BOWL – 01/01/13 (5pm ET)
Stanford vs. Wisconsin
Stanford CardinalW

ORANGE BOWL – 01/01/13 (8:30pm ET)
Florida State vs. Northern Illinois
Florida State SeminolesW

SUGAR BOWL – 01/02/13 (8:30pm ET)
Florida vs. Louisville
Florida Gators – L

FIESTA BOWL – 01/03/13 (8:30pm ET)
Kansas State vs. Oregon
Oregon DucksW
Note: the Fiesta Bowl is one of many useless bowl game concepts that should never have been realized, but because the teams playing in it this year are among the top five teams in the country, I decided to include it in my list of bowl games that actually matter.

COTTON BOWL – 01/04/13 (8pm ET)
Oklahoma vs. Texas A&M
Texas A&M AggiesW

BCS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP – 01/07/13 (8:30pm ET)
Alabama vs. Notre Dame
Notre Dame Fighting Irish

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Related:

Ed’s list of college football bowl games that almost matter.

ALAMO BOWL – 12/29/12 (6:45pm ET)
Texas vs. Oregon State

SUN BOWL – 12/31/12 (2pm ET)
Georgia Tech vs. USC

CHICK-FIL-A BOWL – 12/31/12 (7:30pm ET)
LSU vs. Clemson

GATOR BOWL – 01/01/13 (12pm ET)
Mississippi State vs. Northwestern

CAPITAL ONE BOWL – 01/01/13 (1pm ET)
Georgia vs. Nebraska

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Related:

Ed’s top ten list of the dumbest-named college football bowl games… in no particular order.

Beef ‘O’ Brady’s Bowl
San Diego County Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl
Maaco Bowl
Little Caesars Pizza Bowl
Belk Bowl
Meineke Car Care Bowl Of Texas
New Era Pinstripe Bowl
Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl
Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl
GoDaddy.com Bowl
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FLASHBACK: Ed Disproves The Fallacy That Conservatives Are Better Off Abandoning The GOP

Don’t Abandon The GOP, Grow A Pair And Take It Back! – Edward L. Daley (07/31/12)

When you figure in the $85 million million (aka trillion) worth of unfunded liabilities from Social Security and Medicare, the total debt amassed by the federal government of the United States comes to about $100 million million, give or take a few million million. That number is equate to roughly seven times the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of our country. In fact, if we were to liquidate all of America’s assets today for cold, hard cash – in an effort to meet the obligations of just those two programs – Social Security and Medicare would still be about $10 million million in the red.

Think about that for a minute. If our federal government seized everything of monetary value in our country, and used those assets to make good on the promises its made to America’s elderly, disabled and poverty-stricken citizens, it would still find itself in greater debt than most nations on Earth.

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This is a picture of Ed when he was 30 pounds heavier than he is now… and his beard had some brown hairs in it.

Now consider this: Social Security and Medicare spending currently accounts for nearly half of all federal spending, yet even though we devote more money to these programs than most of our other budget items combined, we still find ourselves facing a real debt number (not that puny $15 million million the mainstream media keeps babbling about) so massive that the combined GDPs of every other country in the world – roughly $55 million million dollars – equal only a little over half of it.

Let me put that another way. If every nation on this planet pooled together all the wealth they produced in a year’s time and gave every penny of it to the United States, we’d still end up roughly $45 million million in the hole. To give you an idea of how much money that is, here’s a little visualization exercise for you. Imagine you were to stand forty-five million million dollar bills end to end. If it were possible to do so, they would stretch from the Earth to the moon and back approximately nine thousand times.

Now that you’ve got that image in your head – a wall of greenbacks eighteen thousand bills wide, stretching into space to a point so distant that you can’t see the end of it – go ahead and double that amount, and then add another four thousand dollar-wide section to that imaginary money wall for good measure. THAT is our national debt; a wall of singles well over a mile and a half wide, and nearly 239.000 miles high.

If that mental image doesn’t convince you that the people currently in charge of our federal government are so monstrously inept that they shouldn’t be allowed to manage an ‘Orange Julius’ stand, let alone the budget of the United States, then I’m afraid nothing else you’ll read in this article will be of any use to you. I suggest you move on immediately to more pressing endeavors, like – say – staring at small, shiny objects, but whatever you decide to do, please accept my humble apologies for interrupting medication time at the home.

Okay, so now that I’ve whittled down my readership to only those individuals with a firm grasp on reality, let me see if I can adequately summarize my previous assertions in a single sentence.

Our federal debt is really, REALLY big, and our representatives in Washington DC are really, REALLY incompetent.

Moving on…

Glenn Beck, the prominent radio (and former TV) talk show host, has stated on numerous occasions that the only difference between the DNC and RNC is that the latter party is taking our country down the road to statism and, ultimately, economic collapse at a slower pace than the former. And in a way he’s right. The leaders of these two political groups are fairly similar in that few if any of them seem to give a rat’s pucker about future generations of Americans, and the socio-economic hell they face as a result of this generation’s utter lack of fiscal responsibility.

That having been said, Mr. Beck – if, indeed, that is his real name – has failed time and time again to point out that the overwhelming majority of conservatives who constitute the foundation of the Republican party, strenuously oppose the out-of-control spending practices of our elected representatives. He also doesn’t bother to mention that the vast majority of leftists who comprise the Democrat party’s base, exhibit exactly ZERO interest in restraining the growth and irresponsible budgetary habits of our federal government.

As a matter of fact, today’s leftists wholeheartedly support the insane (yes, I said INSANE) increases in spending that the current administration has already inflicted upon our nation, and apparently wishes to double as soon as possible. What’s their primary justification for this endorsement? Well, the Republicans increased spending over the past eight years by more than $4 million million, so now that the Democrat party is in charge, it gets to spend at least double what George W. Bush did on thousands of fatuous, government programs, idiotic make-work schemes and more freedom-smothering, federal bureaucracies than ever before. NEENER NEENER NEE-NER!

Tell me, is any part of what I just wrote inaccurate?

Okay, so maybe that “NEENER NEENER NEE-NER!” thing was a little over the top, but still…

Is there any doubt that the notion of expanding the scope and authority of the federal government originated with the left in this country, or that its subsequent growth momentum has been fueled by the “progressive” movement ever since?

Wacky, yet impassioned Glenn – the self-proclaimed “rodeo clown” and outspoken critic of government waste, fraud and abuse – seems to believe that we can just ignore the two main political parties in this country on election day and come together as a nation of independent voters to solve the myriad problems we face.

Talk about naiveté!

Regardless of how independent-minded one may be, if disseminating throughout the federal establishment the conservative ideals of limited government, personal accountability and fiscal restraint is one’s aim, there’s no viable delivery vehicle available other than the Republican party. After all, that’s where the overwhelming number of politically active right-wingers reside today, and to abandon it at this point in history is akin to calling for the forces of conservatism to further fragment in the face of an aggressive and unified leftist front.

If he were a soldier in General George S. Patton’s army, Private Beck would likely be relegated to the position of chief latrine scrubber for merely suggesting so foolish a strategic battle plan. Suffice it to say that no political ideology can be advanced in the United States without the assistance of an organized party of substantial wealth and influence. Independent political candidates don’t win federal elections very often, and the few who do, usually find themselves alone in the wilderness when it comes to garnering support among their peers for their policy initiatives.

Like it or not, changing the culture of irresponsibility and corruption that defines our national government these days, means changing the culture of at least one of the two major parties currently running it, and to accomplish that, one needs to confront the problem from within. It simply cannot be done by standing outside the gates of power, shaking one’s fists and wailing at the gathering storm.

Sure, there are times when large demonstrations by rag-tag coalitions of citizens can make a difference in the way our public officials behave at any given time, and you’ll find no stronger proponent of such peaceful revolts than I. That having been said, truly influential mass protests are rare and their impact fleeting. Lasting change only comes about as the result of a concerted effort among people of like-mind to repeatedly vote into public office, honorable candidates from a common political party who are capable of persuading others within their ranks to do the right thing.

There will always be a certain amount of corruption in any group, however, which is why it’s important to expose and punish as swiftly as possible the bad eggs in one’s own party. For all their flaws, the leaders of the GOP do have some integrity in this regard, whereas Democrat bigwigs are utterly shameless in their repeated defense of demonstrably corrupt leftists.

It’s going to take a lot of hard work to get the Republican party back on its conservative feet again, no question about that, and the transition from a party of wishy-washy RINOs to one controlled by genuine right-wingers, won’t happen overnight. But think about the ramifications if we don’t even try to salvage it. We’ll be stuck with essentially two versions of the same party controlling the political direction of our country for at least a generation to come; one which continues to slide seemingly irrevocably into the cesspool of Marxism, while the other dances precariously on a sheet of thin ice above that same, putrid sewer.

That doesn’t have to happen, Mr. Beck, but if you insist upon preaching the gospel of “to hell with both major parties” to a sizable audience of disenfranchised former GOPers, Libertarians and right-leaning independents, it probably will. If such a tragedy should come to pass, national bankruptcy and severe economic depression is not only probable, but a near certainty.

Indeed, if our nation is to survive the hopey-changey era of President Obama and his left-wing lackeys in Congress, electing vast numbers of true conservative REPUBLICANS to their respective high government offices is the only rational course of action available to us, and it is a course we must embark on sooner rather than later.

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*VIDEOS* Ed’s Top 20 Halloween Party Songs… In No Particular Order


TOCCATA AND FUGUE IN D MINOR

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THRILLER

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NIGHT PROWLER

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AFTER DARK

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EXCITABLE BOY

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SURFING DEAD

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LIVING DEAD GIRL

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BAD MOON RISING

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DON’T FEAR THE REAPER

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RUNNIN’ WITH THE DEVIL

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BLACK MAGIC WOMAN

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GHOST RIDERS IN THE SKY

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TIME WARP

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WEREWOLVES OF LONDON

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DEAD PUPPIES

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WITCHY WOMAN

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STEVEN

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MONSTER MASH

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SEASON OF THE WITCH

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SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL

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Ed’s NFL Dream Team – All Time

OFFENSE

Quarterbacks
Tom Brady
Peyton Manning
Joe Montana

Running Backs
Jim Brown
Walter Payton
Emmitt Smith
Barry Sanders

Wide Receivers
Jerry Rice
Marvin Harrison
Steve Largent
Cris Carter
Isaac Bruce

Tight Ends
Tony Gonzalez
John Mackey
Kellen Winslow

Tackles
Anthony Munoz
Art Shell
Jackie Slater

Guards
John Hannah
Gene Upshaw
Larry Little

Centers
Mike Webster
Jeff Saturday

Punter
Ray Guy

Kicker
Adam Vinatieri

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DEFENSE

Cornerbacks
Dick “Night Train” Lane
Rod Woodson
Deion Sanders
Mel Blount

Safeties
Ronnie Lott
Ken Houston
Ed Reed
Paul Krause

Linebackers
Jack Lambert
Lawrence Taylor
Mike Singletary
Dick Butkus
Jack Ham
Derrick Thomas

Defensive Ends
David “Deacon” Jones
Reggie White
Bruce Smith
Richard Dent

Defensive Tackles
“Mean” Joe Greene
Alan Page
Randy White
Bob Lilly

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SPECIAL TEAMS

Steve Tasker
Devin Hester
David Tyree
Dante Hall
Ed Reed
Mel Gray

Ed To Protesting Public Sector Union Employees: SHUT UP!

Dear Public Union Employees/Protesters,

Look you freakin’ whiny parasites, WE, the members of the dreaded private sector, PAY YOUR SALARIES! That makes US your BOSSES! You’ll take the compensation packages that WE decide to give you and like it, or you can all go find other jobs!

Since when do the employees dictate to the employers the terms of their employment? Since NEVER, that’s when!

You don’t think you’re making enough money? You don’t want to pay for part of your retirement or medical benefits? TOUGH SHIT!

You people are lucky to even have jobs in this economy, so STOP BITCHING AND DO YOUR FREAKIN’ JOBS, before we decide to fire your pathetic asses once and for all and replace you with people who don’t behave as if the world revolves around them!

Sincerely,

Edward L. Daley