6 Jul

President Morsi of Egypt has been replaced by Edward Snowden from the USA, Hong Kong, King Kong, Hopatkong, Wallagong, Cadosia (NY) and other nether regions of China.

From there President Snowden has travelled to Moscow, Russia.

President Putin was “deeply disturbed and surprised” by Snowden’s new presidential headquarters at the Moscow airport.

Reporters and bloggers the world over have not seen an image, countenance, visage, physiognomy, semblance, mien, presence, silhouette, or appearance of facial features of Snowden since his landing in Moscow.

Putin has since claimed “I don’t believe he was ever in Russia.”

This comment is belied by the fact that Snowden has appointed George Zimmerman as his Vice President.

Senator John McCain has stated “I am shocked at these developments!”

Senators Kirsten Gilligrand and Shuck U. Schumer have shown up at several television stations within the last few hours. (Rush Limbaugh opined ” Did Schumer get hair plugs?”)

The Turkish administration has offered several water cannons to keep the United States “unwashed” under control.

The Obama administration has asked Eric Holder to be the public interface since White House Spokesman Jay Carnal burned out and crashed while attempting to explain the IRS scandal.

The story will be “advanced” as soon as Bill O’reilly gives his permission to

  • Glenn Beck, conservative radio talkshow host, founder of TheBlaze, and former Fox News Channel host
  • Lou Dobbs, former CNN anchor/commentator; periodically appears at least once a month
  • Medea Benjamin, Code Pink co-founder
  • Tammy Bruce, Fox News contributor, author, talk radio host
  • Amanda Carpenter, national political reporter for; appears on Wednesdays
  • Neil Cavuto, Your World with Neil Cavuto host, Fox Business Network anchor, and frequent business advisory guest
  • Alan Colmes, liberal commentator, syndicated radio talk show host and Fox News Channel political contributor; appears on Wednesdays
  • Ann Coulter, conservative commentator and syndicated columnist
  • Monica Crowley, radio and television political commentator; appears on Wednesdays with Colmes
  • Jill Dobson, news & style editor for Star Magazine
  • Steve Doocy, co-anchor of Fox and Friends; appears Tuesdays on “The Great American News Quiz”
  • Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House
  • Bernard Goldberg, former CBS correspondent and media analyst, often appears on Mondays
  • Greg Gutfeld, host of Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld
  • Mary Katharine Ham, Internet expert & blogger
  • Marc Lamont Hill, assistant professor of Urban Education at Temple University
  • Margaret Hoover, Republican consultant (often paired with Powers); appears on Mondays; related to former President Herbert Hoover
  • Sonny Hostin, legal expert
  • Juliet Huddy, Fox News fill-in anchor
  • Brit Hume, Senior Political Analyst and former White House correspondent
  • Colonel David Hunt, military adviser
  • Laura Ingraham, talk radio pundit and frequent special guest host; appears on Fridays
  • Alexander Julia, military adviser specializing in Cuban affairs
  • Megyn Kelly, host of America Live with Megyn Kelly; appears Tuesdays
  • Martha MacCallum, co-host of America’s Newsroom; appears Tuesdays on “The Great American News Quiz”
  • Michelle Malkin, conservative commentator, Fox News contributor and frequent special guest host (is currently boycotting the show due to controversy involving remarks made against her by Geraldo Rivera over her position on illegal immigration).[7]
  • Angela McGlowan, Fox News contributor
  • Dennis Miller, comedian; appears on Wednesdays
  • Dick Morris, Fox News political analyst, former advisor to Bill Clinton
  • Wendy Murphy, child advocate
  • Andrew Napolitano, Fox News senior judicial analyst
  • Sarah Palin, vice presidential candidate in 2008, former Governor of Alaska, author, and Fox News contributor
  • Kirsten Powers, Democratic strategist, Fox News contributor; often paired with Hoover in segments; appears on Mondays
  • Robert Reich, fill-in host, former Secretary of Labor in President Clinton’s administration
  • Tonya Reiman, certified hypnotist; appears Mondays as a body language expert
  • Karl Rove, former Deputy White House Chief of Staff under George W. Bush
  • Geraldo Rivera, Fox News reporter-at-large, host of Geraldo at Large on weekends; appears on Fridays
  • Trent Stamp, president of Charity Navigator
  • John Stossel, Fox Business Network anchor, former co-anchor of ABC’s 20/20
  • Greta Van Susteren, host of On the Record
  • Jesse Watters, Factor field producer
  • Lis Wiehl, former federal prosecutor and current Fox News legal analyst; appears Tuesdays (also had co-hosted Wednesdays and Thursdays on O’Reilly’s radio program)
  • Juan Williams, political contributor; appears Mondays (has also served several times as guest host)

to “advance” the story.

Noam Chomsky has delved into the situation by warning that all vowels, consonants, altruisms, allusions, verbs, nouns, predicates, subjects, adverbs, slights of speech, figments of imagination, references, mentions, implications, insinuations, innuendos, suggestions, indications, hints, intimations, citations, quotations, attributions, illustrations, illusions and instances may give a “rightest” twist to the story.

Bill Maher has made a statement (read that as SCREAMED IN AN ALMOST FEMININE VOICE; “Where was Captain Kangaroo when all this was going on?”

President Obama has departed for a three week tour of Scranton, Pennsylvania to “Establish International Relationships.”



  1. bearspawprint July 6, 2013 at 9:24 pm #

    May I reblog this?

    • Waldo "Wally" Tomosky July 7, 2013 at 9:38 am #

      Feel free to. I write for others to enjoy. The more joy in this world the better I will do when (and if) I ever get to the pearly gates.

  2. virginiallorca July 7, 2013 at 1:01 am #

    Wally, a mind is a terrible thing to waste. I wish you had the time to do this years back. You would make Noam Chomsky look like a piker. You still might. You have brilliance, d’you know that?

    I questioned Mr. Chomsky’s rhetoric, I think on Huff Post. He has his minions reply.

    Oh, what a world. What can we do?

    • Waldo "Wally" Tomosky July 7, 2013 at 9:45 am #

      I wish it was brilliance. It is just nuttiness allowed to roam around in between the two ears.
      On what can we do? – – – laugh and try to reach a better plateau than we did in the last election.

  3. bearspawprint July 7, 2013 at 3:10 pm #

    Reblogged this on bearspawprint and commented:
    Sure glad someone is keeping up with (the other) things ….

  4. shoe1000 July 7, 2013 at 5:44 pm #

    Wonderfull random thoughts of a paradigm,
    given the light of the Internet
    Makes me laugh a little and that my friend
    is a healthy thing.
    Love to hear someones stream of consciousness flushed out.

    • Waldo "Wally" Tomosky July 7, 2013 at 7:38 pm #

      It is meant to laugh with or at. Makes no difference. Our news is so full of itself about this, that and the other thing. Meanwhile our government and others is making much ado about nothing. So between the news outlets and the governments we have one hell of a comedy going on.

  5. shoe1000 July 7, 2013 at 7:40 pm #

    both at and with my friend thanks

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