Can we hire Terminix to fight ISIS?

I just saw this ad for Terminix, and I gotta tell ya, wow, I wish these people would fight our wars.

Here’s the ad, and for greater effect, go to YouTube and play “You got another thing coming” in the background. This is the song they used.

We fight a war against spiders, roaches and every foul pest that haunts your home. And we won’t stop until we’ve killed every last one, until you’re certain they’re gone for good.

Our arsenal is a formidable one. An army of 8000 professionals, 85 years of experience and the strongest guarantee in the business. It’s not exactly a fair fight.

Not here, not now, not in my house.


Can we please get the president of Terminix to take over for Obama as commander-in-chief? If we can afford him, how about the CEO of RAID?

“Sidestepping the Law” just another day in Democrat paradise

There are two words I’m getting tired of seeing, “the administration.” We all know who “the administration” is, it’s Barack Obama and his Democrat cronies. So I wish people would just say that.

Anyway, “Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) “is sounding the alarm to his colleagues Senate-wide, warning them and the American public with a ‘critical alert.'”

Sessions says:


John Hogue, a portrait of stupidity

I was listening to Coast to Coast on Sunday. For those of you who haven’t heard of the show, George Nori covers every topic under the sun , including God, angels, Ouija boards, the devil, UFOs, aliens and more.

Nori’s guest in the podcast I was listening to was John Hogue, a man compared to Nostradamus. John was giving his various predictions, and then, unbelievably, they start talking about the plight of the oppressed black man in America.


Donate today and save the sun from going out!

The sun is young, only half its age, and in a short 5 billion years, it will be gone! We need your help to make it shine bright, as long as possible.

In all seriousness, I clicked this link at a conservative website, thinking it really couldn’t be an ad for global warming/climate change. After all, there was a sad picture of a polar bear, so there’s no way this could be serious. It had to be a hoax, right?