Strengthening Constitutional Self-Government

No Left Turns

Look out, Tiger!

Kim Jong Il is going to take you out at the next Master’s. To wit:

Pyongyang media say North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il enjoys golf, having shot multiple holes-in-one during his first try at the game. He reportedly aced five holes and finished 38 under par on the golf course. The "Great Leader" routinely shoots three or four holes-in-one per round, the government-controlled media reported.

Who knew?

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Yeah, that about sums up everybody’s take on the vaunted Democrats run at Congress right now (including, it appears, Hayward). Why, even Power Line is asking:

How Bad Will It Be?

Sheesh, folks, this is getting about as ridiculous as dispatches from the Pyongyang media! What, are we Republican conservatives so frickin’ wimpy we can’t stand up and be counted here? For God’s sake, people, take a good look in the damn mirror and figure this crap out. The American people ain’t so dumb as you intellectuals wanna think! Hell, they’d run circles around your ass any day of the week when it comes to figuring out what’s the best direction for this country to take. And it ain’t the way the lousy Dems are offering.

So Bill Clinton taught him how to build light-water plants...AND keep score?

His first round of golf in his life he shoots 5 holes in one.

He averages a couple of holes in one per round.

Doe this suspiciously sound like miniature golf to you?

John,

Miniature golf for a miniature golfer.

btw,here’s a hole-in-one from Denis Boyles

"The prime minister of Lebanon protests loudly when real countries propose ways to save his imaginary one, but everybody’s in on the joke, so his concerns about having foreign troops on the fairway of his pitch-and-putt nation are given careful consideration, the way Tiger Woods might line up a shot through the clown’s mouth, out his ear and into the cup."

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