In true campaign form, Vick vowed he would change and made a promise to the President Obama.
“I was stunned. I didn’t believe it. It was awesome, though,” said Vick of being recognized by the most powerful man in the world. “You think to yourself, ‘Yo, man, he’s got a point.’ If he says it then I’ve got to do it, so the first run of the year I’ll slide and he’ll know it was for him.”
Pennsylvania’s controversial voter ID law goes to court this week as civil rights groups argue it discriminates against minorities. As many as 750,000 voters in Pennsylvania could be turned away from the polls come November – and most are Democrats.
Okay, so they can’t seem to get anything else done, but the minute an Obama-endorsed proposal to limit the amount of times in a week […]
Everyone with a mouth will recognize the above image. It is, of course, the official USDA “Improved American Food Guide Pyramid”–that charming graphic which, since […]