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Why did Hillary Spend $600 On a Haircut? Who's She Trying to Impress? Huma Abedin?

Hillary Clinton may be older than dirt, but she still spends a lot of money to improve her appearance. God only knows how much she spends on formaldehyde to keep her decrepit body from decomposing.

John LillpopOpen Letter to Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid - Most alarming is that this invasion continues unabated despite the attacks of September 11, 2001. Why does a nation at war refuse to secure it's own borders?
John Lillpop Can a Sitting President Pardon Himself? - Power mad Democrats are celebrating their return to majority status by planning the most intrusive campaign of "oversight" in the history of the republic
SOP newswireEndangered Species Act Protection for American Eel Not Needed - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced the completion of an extensive status review of the American eel, concluding that protecting the eel as an endangered or threatened species under the Endangered Species Act is not
John LillpopSeize $$$ Being Sent to Mexico to Pay for Services Stolen by Illegal Aliens! - This thievery is most harmful to America's health care system because hospitals and medical clinics all across America are forced into bankruptcy as a
SOP newswireSoldiers, Marine Killed in Iraq; DoD Identifies Previous Casualties - WASHINGTON, Jan. 28, 2007 – Two U.S. soldiers and one Marine were killed in Iraq yesterday, two soldiers were killed Jan. 26, and two soldiers were killed Jan. 25, military officials reported, and the Defense Department has identified six earlier casualties.
SOP newswire14 Enemy Fighters Killed, Dozens Nabbed in Recent Iraq Operations - WASHINGTON, Jan. 28, 2007 – Coalition and Iraqi forces killed 14 terrorists and captured dozens of suspected insurgents during operations conducted in Iraq today and over the past week, officials said.
SOP newswireIraqi-led team finds torture house, weapons - CAMP FALLUJAH — Iraqi Police and Marines completed Operation Three Swords in an area south of Fallujah Tuesday. The purpose of the operation was to detain members of murder and intimidation cells within the rural area of Zaidon and the villages of Albu Hawa, Fuhaylat and Hasa.
John LillpopPelosi's Solution for Iraq--Make Love, Not Jihad! - (Baghdad)--The following press release was just issued by the Office of Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the U.S. House:
SOP newswireKarbala Attackers Used U.S. Army-Styled Uniforms to Gain Access - WASHINGTON, Jan. 26, 2007 – Insurgents who attacked the Provincial Joint Coordination Center in Karbala, Iraq, were dressed in U.S. Army-styled combat uniforms and carried U.S.-type weapons, convincing Iraqi checkpoints
SOP newswireRice Says Success in Afghanistan Requires Coordinated Efforts - Washington -- Success in Afghanistan requires a coordinated international approach combining military, political, economic and reconstruction efforts, Secretary of State Condoleezza
SOP newswire8 hostages rescued, 9 terrorists detained in Arab Jabour - BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition Forces rescued eight Iraqi citizens who had been tortured while being held hostage in Arab Jabour Wednesday. During the same operation, ground forces also detained nine terrorist suspects while conducting
John LillpopPelosi Greeted by Dancing and Singing in Baghdad! - Before the U.S. military invaded Iraq in 2003, confident members of the Bush administration predicted that American troops would be greeted by singing and dancing in the streets.
SOP newswire43 Insurgents Detained, Weapons Found, Captives Freed - WASHINGTON, Jan. 25, 2007 – In a string of operations across Iraq over the past four days, Iraqi and coalition forces detained 43 suspected terrorists, found several weapons caches, stopped an illegal checkpoint, and freed
SOP newswireCar bomb strikes Iraqi Security Forces - BAGHDAD—Insurgents detonated a car bomb near an Iraqi police patrol in western Baghdad, killing four Iraqi policemen and one civilian bystander Jan. 24. The policemen and two other civilians were wounded in the attack.
John LillpopMorphing Madness - It is said that married people who have been together for long periods begin to take on the personalities of the spouse. In some instances, they even start to look alike!
SOP newswireGeneral Assembly draft text condemns Holocaust denial - United Nations -- The United States expects overwhelming support in the U.N. General Assembly later in January for a resolution condemning any denial of the Holocaust.
SOP newswireRice Announces $770 Million U.S. Pledge for Lebanon - Washington -- Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said the United States will pledge nearly $770 million in direct U.S. assistance to Lebanon ahead of
SOP newswireISF captures five members of illegally armed militia - BAGHDAD – Special Iraqi Police Forces captured five members of an illegally armed militia and detained seven others during operations with Coalition advisors Jan. 24 near Kawam, south of Baghdad. The suspects are allegedly
John LillpopYou Have Never Used the N Word? - Because life in the city of Brazoria, Texas, is as close to Heaven as God will allow, Mayor Ken Corley has been forced to create controversy just to assure that Brazoria does not fall into oblivion.
SOP newswireMore Texas National Guard Called Up to Protect U.S.-Mexico Border - WASHINGTON, Jan. 24, 2007 – More than 600 Texas National Guardsmen were activated by the state’s governor Jan. 22 to support a surge operation targeting crime and international drug and human trafficking along the state’s 1,200-mile border with Mexico.
Krzys WasilewskiAlice Lakwena: God's General - Alice Lakwena-- a healer, prophet and rebel who led the Holy Spirit Movement in Uganda-- died last week.
John LillpopToo Much Pressure on America's Borders? - After listening to the State of the Union speech by President Bush on January 24, I have been blessed with an extraordinary idea; one with the potential to change the way banking is conducted everywhere. Forever.
SOP newswireBaghdad Insurgents Kill One Soldier, Wound Two; Chopper Crash Victims Named - WASHINGTON, Jan. 24, 2007 – Insurgents fired on a U.S. patrol operating in Baghdad today, killing one soldier and wounding two more. In addition, Defense Department officials released the identities of 12 servicemembers killed
SOP newswirePetraeus supports troop increase in confirmation hearing - WASHINGTON — Army Lt. Gen. David Petraeus, who has been selected to replace Army Gen. George W. Casey Jr. as the commander of Multi-National Force-Iraq, supports the president’s new strategy
Will RobertsRundown of Political Animals for 2008 - When we last spoke, I told you that I would give you the rundown on the political animals in this race. Now, let’s treat this like a horserace for the sake of gambling.
John LillpopDon't Misunderestimate Texans! - Given their druthers, these two Democrat anarchists would wreak havoc on America, and take over the house on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue from Dubya and Dick.
SOP newswireIran Nuclear Program Actions Could Spur Further Isolation - Washington -- Reports that Iran has barred 38 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors is “another example” of the Iranian government’s attempt to “dictate the terms” to the international communi
Will RobertsElect-ability - Money Raising Ability! - Find someone to fill out all of the paperwork, and possibly hide some past paperwork, photos, as well as some money that had been stored in a freezer.
SOP newswireBush's address to Congress and the nation scheduled for January 23 - Washington -- President Bush is scheduled to deliver his State of the Union address on the evening of January 23 to Congress, the nation and a worldwide
John LillpopWe the People Are FED UP! - All of the speeches will be loaded with outrageous hyperbole and exaggerations, if not downright lies. The real problems facing the nation will be grossly underestimated or ignored.
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