Sunday, September 13, 2009

Now Back To Our Regularly Scheduled Programming

The 912 Project/Tea Party march in Washington is now in the history books. Glenn Beck must be proud and I am sure others in the new right media are scrambling to get something out of this. All aboard!

Anyway, like on many nights, tonight I looked in the list of blogs I follow and I saw a lot of the same stories promulgated on many blogs, cross linked like the most sophisticated synthetic polymer with me too posts and populist straw man comments that show about as much though at times as Jocelyn Wildenstein does when she goes to her plastic surgeon. Then again, this is the way blogs are, no? Sometimes I think the blogosphere is nothing more than a mutual admiration society, one that I guess I don't exactly fit. There are times when I feel like Howard Stern when his father would say "shut up you moron!" On the hand, it is a way to get your voice heard, and for like people to form a loose confederation of voices that wish to foment real change. Which ever the case, I am still one voice.

There is one voice out there that I find is not like the others. While this person probably wouldn't piss on me if I was on fire, I think his blog is the best political blog extant and an example of refinement of thought not seen since WFB. He is a joy to listen to as well.

Back to the 912 March...I have to say I am pleased with the turnout and I think the attendance exceeded everyone's expectations. This should be a shot across the bow of obama's good ship das kapital. I don't think Obama will give a crap as he's a hubristic piece of fabian socialist shit and he has to pay back too may progressive socialists for getting him in office. On the other hand, every member of the house and senate better take note, as 2010 isn't that far off, and November 2010 will be a bad month for many of them. Look for a shift in power next year.

Thank you for reading this blog.


smitty1e said...

I thought Mr. Batchelor more than a little condescending in his PJTV appearance.

The man is well-spoken and highly refined, but seemed, in that instance, to neglect the highly egalitarian nature of these United States.

The Right Guy said...

Hey Smitty, thanks for dropping by. What surprised me about Batchelor was his reluctance to support the protesters in the town halls. Sometimes he seems to be stuck in a mode of old school country club republicanism and doesn't want to be pedestrian or get dirty. He really was against the protesters in the town hall meetings and I let him know my thoughts on that...So yes, I can see his condescension at times, but I learn a lot about mid-eastern affairs by listening to his show. It's something you don't get with Rush, Hannity, Beck or Savage.

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