Leslie's Omnibus


Donald Mills is hanging up his blog:
After some careful thought, I’ve decided that the time has come for me to pack up this blog and focus my energy on my burgeoning punk rock/barbershop fusion band “Don Slaughter and the Overtones.” Watch for us at a seniors centre near you.
Lies! I've finally figured out why -- in reality, our Don has been a naughty, naughty boy:
What started as an argument between two elderly men over political yard-signs in Wilmette turned physical, police said.

It began at about 2 p.m. on Oct. 4 in the 1300 block of Sheridan Road, along the sidewalk of a vacant property just south of Langdon Park. An 85-year-old man with a walker apparently pulled two political yard-signs out of the ground and tossed them aside.

The property’s owner lives in the house next door – a 60-year-old woman and her 92-year-old father. The woman’s father began picking up the signs when the 85-year-old started yelling at him, according to a police report.

The woman came to her father’s defense, but when she tried to plant one of the signs back in the ground, the 85-year-old grabbed it. During the ensuing tug-of-war, the man allegedly hit the woman in the side of the head and shoulder. Then he lost his grip on the sign, and fell backwards over his walker, police said.
I mean, who else could it have been? I'm guessing Don just needs to keep a low profile for a while.

Students who quit after their first year of college cost tax payers money? What a surprise! Enough with quotas. If students aren't academically capable, they shouldn't be accepted ahead of people who are.

Want a perfect example of Obama's lousy taste in the people he chose to take to Washington in the first place?
Former White House social secretary Desiree Rogers described the White House as "basically a museum," while keynoting a luncheon Saturday honoring Alma Powell, wife of retired Gen. Colin Powell. According to the Washington Post, Desiree told the audience that "as much as she tried to enliven the place, I knew I was running out of time. I knew it."
Classy, huh?

And as for Obama's pal Alexi...
That is a roundabout way of saying: "Yes."
Yes, it is. And that's who our President thinks would make a great senator?

Bullying is something kids learn at home:
Her family says 7-year-old Kathleen Edward is in the final stages of a degenerative brain disorder diagnosed as Huntington's Disease - the same disease which killed her mother, Laura, when she was only 24.

Neighbors Jennifer and Scott Petkov, who have been feuding with the family, admitted to posting grim depictions of Laura and Kathleen on Facebook. One photo depicts Laura in the arms of the grim reaper, while the other features Kathleen's face above a set of crossbones.

The couple also have a coffin hitched to a pick-up truck in front of the house, which they say is nothing more than a halloween decoration.

Those people are heartless pigs, pure and simple. I shudder to think what their own children will grow up to be like.

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