October 12, 2012
Notice the sweet Che shirt…. Duuuude!
Like…. Gary Johnson is the man, ya know? I mean he … he gets what really … like matters. Ahhhh- Haaaa-Haaaa. We need to stand up for rights, man… else the man will lock us all up, ya know? All our country’s problems would be… like “Up In Smoke” aaaaaah, aaaaah, get it? If we could just get Gary in … the election, ya know? Man, am I the only one who is like… hungry?
Ah, Libertarians, champions of societal drain and degradation. Gary Johnson is taking his shot at election spoiler and keeping the hopes of pot heads … high.Pot heads want to come “out of the shadows” (perhaps the same shadows as the illegal aliens?) and be able to engage in legal commerce with the dealer of their choice. It is freedom, man. Oh, and we need to legalize it so we can tax and regulate it!
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September 3, 2012
I cannot imagine a more appropriate way to recognize our glorious leader than to have National Empty Chair Day! I was fortunate to have inherited a pile of junk that was once part of the local bowling alley when I bought my house. Who knew that the pile would contain a fitting tribute to our very own Dear Reader?
I hope our nation has not descended to such unfathomable depths of depravity, jealousy, and ignorance that on November 6, 2012 Mitt Romney cannot receive enough votes to overcome the fraudulent votes and 5,000 attorneys employed by the Obama Campaign to assure our damnation. (Remember the word’s of Obama’s “spiritual guide,” Rev. Jeremiah Wright, who so eloquently spewed: “Not God bless America! Naw! Naw! Naw! God damn America! That’s in The Bible!”)
If we can overcome the deceptive and unethical practices employed by Democrat operatives this November, I suggest we continue this remembrance every year. Let the other president’s have President’s Day but reserve National Empty Chair Day for President Barack “Born Alive, Let Them Die” Obama. We will need a reminder of what is perhaps the worst mistake such a large portion of the electorate has ever made. The images need to remain fresh in our minds such that we do not sentence our children to repeat this sort of disaster.
July 21, 2012
The sad, sad state of modern society and the state of our nation are brought into focus when something like the Aurora theater shootings happens. How did we get to a point where one of the first reactions to such an awful act is an attempt to use it for political gain (candidate or agenda)? If you are looking for the answer, I don’t have it. I do wonder, though. I’m sure we all have heard of ABCNews’ Brian Ross and his “mistake” of finding someone in Aurora associated with or interested in the Tea Party, who happens to share the name of the freakish murderer. Ross did his best Dan Rather and planted the seed that the Tea Party is responsible to blossom in the minds of those who do not pay close attention. A later apology cannot undo the damage Ross, likely intentionally, brought.
As predictable as the attempts such as Ross and others like him in the leftist scumbag propaganda agencies (or media) to blame the Republicans, NRA, conservatives, and Tea Party for the evil acts of this animal, was the idiotic calls of “progressives” for stronger gun control. I know Mayor Ballerina Dead Fish said to never let a crisis go to waste, but they don’t have to respond so quickly. I wonder how many of the usual “progressive” voices and celebrity useful idiots view this massacre as a gift to be opened immediately, with the fervor of a child on Christmas Morning. Read the rest of this entry »
July 4, 2012
Happy Independence Day! That seems to be harder to proclaim as each year passes and our electorate sinks deeper into the abyss of dependence. Perhaps we are celebrating a good run, now irretrievably gone.
Independence Day isn’t the subject of this post, however. I follow some proggie dingbats on Twitter (some of which are Obama campaign staff) and I couldn’t help but notice how they are on the attack over Mitt Romney’s shifting positions on Obamatax and its associated mandate. In the interest of honesty, I should point out that I am sympathetic with their position to a degree. The premise that Mitt Romney and his ardent supporters are flopping and flipping (and flailing) like John Heinz-Kerry’s Rhode Island docked (for tax-avoidance purposes) yacht caught in a violent storm out at sea, seems to be sadly and sickeningly accurate. The Obamorons are all a-Twitter… but something is missing. Read the rest of this entry »
June 3, 2012
I am a former Republican who will be voting Republican in the 2012 Presidential Election only due to the magnitude of the damage which may be done at the hands of our first composite President if he gets a second term. (Not that I would ever consider voting for a modern Democrat, but would love to vote for a more honest, constitutionally correct alternative to one of the two primary sources of our nation’s woes.) I shudder to think what the product of no parents, communist indoctrination, and brainwashing at the hands of 60’s hippy terrorists like mentor Bill Ayers might do with the type of “flexibility” he promised Putin. Our nation is not what it was intended to be, but I’ll be damned if Barack Obama is satisfied with the level of statism and government intrusion that we already endure.
I don’t want to get too far off topic, so I will get to it. Your party seems to make a lot of noise regarding campaign finance. Oh, I know there are squishy, “moderate” McCain Republicans who can’t help but to think like Democrats on such matters, as well. Your advocacy for constricting the the supply of campaign cash and in-kind support for your opponents (a.k.a. those who are more likely to follow the Constitution) through federal law and regulation is somewhat disgusting and disingenuous. That is, unless you are open and honest about the fact that you seek to allow unfettered in-kind donations to your candidates while using the federal government to choke off the support of more liberty-minded candidates. Read the rest of this entry »
April 4, 2012
Are Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson going to let a high profile opportunity for Race-Bait Incorporated pass? Perhaps they believe that President Obama benefits more from racial division cultivated by exploiting the death of Trayvon Martin than he would from an issue with the NFL. I do think creative race-hustlers could combine the fabricated outrage from the Martin case with NFL team hoodies to sort of cross-promote.
Could there be a spike in the sales of Saints hoodies on the horizon? If CBSSports.com resident race-baiter, Mike Freeman, and former Jets and Chiefs coach, Herman Edwards can get enough people to go along, they might be needed for a protest. The biggest problem Freeman and Edwards might face in ginning up racial outrage for their cause is the contradictory nature of their demand. Read the rest of this entry »
February 12, 2012
“Catholics For Choice” is a positive-sounding name for an organization. Or, it would be if the word, “choice” had not been perverted by the left to the point where it is often a kinder/gentler synonym for “abortion.” So, the name doesn’t sound very positive once their meaning of the word “choice” is realized… assuming the audience is indeed a Catholic. (No, I do not fancy myself to be the arbiter of what is or is not a Catholic. I do, however, find it hard to imagine that one can practice a faith opposed to Catholicism and consider oneself to be Catholic.)
Given the Obama Administration’s most recent and extremely vicious assault on faith and individual morality, I wondered how the topic organization would be dealing with the matter. A cursory glance at the website of “Catholics For Choice” leaves no doubt that they are armed for this battle. It also leaves no doubt which colors they are wearing. I am not sure disappointment is the correct word to describe what one finds there, as any thinking person knows the premise upon which the group named itself. A Catholic visitor might be disappointed, but should not be surprised at what he reads.
Are the members of “Catholics For Choice” for “choice?” The answer to that question goes a long way toward answering the question posed in the title of this piece. Read the rest of this entry »