Friday, October 31, 2014

This video will be a candidate for an Academy Award


These are real categories of the Oscar Awards, which are given to movies.
Best Comedy Picture

Best Short Subject, Color

Best Costume Design

Best Original Music or Comedy Score

Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award
This is a very "catchy" tune!

These are real categories of Grammy Awards

Song of the Year

Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals

Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals

Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals

Best Rock Song

Best Dance Recording

Best Comedy Album

Best Song Written for Motion Picture, Television, or other visual media.


Just in case you thought you've heard this tune earlier in your life

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If you thought that you missed out on all the Halloween fun

These people will miss all the fun they could have had for the rest of their natural lives, but President Obola (I mean Obama) is deliberately trying to infect every American with this disease, just because his father's dreams went unfulfilled.


If you hate the U.S. as much as Obama does,
this is a useful weapon in biological warfare.
The enemy, in his mind, is every American.


President Obola won't take some very simple precautions

... even though the Canadian government is taking these precautions, and even though medical science knows how to reduce the spread of any disease.

There's a big difference between my president and the President of Canada.  My president's highest priority is not the safety of America, but the fundamental transformation of America.

These are the first paragraphs of an article dated October 8, 2014 in the Toronto Sun.
OTTAWA — Canada will step up its screening of passengers coming from West Africa for the Ebola virus, the health minister said Wednesday.

Rona Ambrose said screeners will monitor the body temperatures of individuals flying into Canada from African countries such as Liberia and Guinea, where the outbreak has been most deadly.

“Canada’s preparedness is high,” Ambrose said.

The department did not immediately elaborate on what those screenings would look like.

The announcement came only hours after a similar announcement that United States airports would also be screening all passengers coming from countries affected by Ebola.

Thomas Eric Duncan, the first person to bring Ebola into the United States, died Wednesday. He arrived in America on Sept. 20 and died in a hospital in Dallas.

The immediate and potentially deadly problem with the current U.S. policy is that not many of the people who come into this country illegally, or who enter, using a visa legally, but who illegally stay longer than their visa allows, will be arriving on airplanes.

Most of these illegal immigrants simply walk across our southern border, looking like this,





..  but they'll leave the country looking like this.