Tuesday, October 20, 2009

The Answer to Cap and Tax Enviroterrorists

Send this to Obama and his lackeys...



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10 comments:

Chris W said...

This has always been one of my favorite Carlin bits. Thanks for posting it.

RIP George

The Right Guy said...

I wonder if he was ever made to recant? I would hope George never knew apostasy. Yes George was great. There are very few comedians you'd here this kind of honesty.

gonzomd said...

Trust me--Carlin thought your hero GW Bush was a douchebag of monumental proportions. Enjoy. You right wingers sucked on 8 years of defacto fascist dictatorship under bush/CHENEY, and now your'e concerned about dictatorship? I'd laugh if you righties weren't so pathetic.

The Right Guy said...

Who said howdy doody was my hero? While Carlin didn't like Bush, he might have been equally concerned about what is happening now with MaObama... I am more concerned about loss of liberty, no matter who is president. Your argument is a priori and a template...

ccoffer said...

I sure would like to read an example of this supposed "fascism" under George Bush. As usual, leftist turdsacks prove to be filthy, brainless liars.

The Right Guy said...

@Chuck:
I agree, Bush wasn't a fascist at all. In fact if anything, he tried to govern from the center, too much for my tastes at times. He was also lenient with illegals until he saw his constituents on the right revolt over McAmnesty. Fascist? Hardly. In fact fascism has been more relevant since he left office...

Bush was a disappoint with the prescription drug plan, illegals, and the prosecution of the war, and he definitely was much better in his first term than the second... But I wouldn't put him in the company of Carter, Nixon, or Fillmore or either Johnson. Bush had a lot more on his plate than most presidents get to deal with, and I think if he chose some different folks around him, things would have gone a bit better.

ccoffer said...

Bush's greatest fault was in failing to see the pure evil at work in his opponents. He knew the evil of AlQaeda and of Hussein. He responded boldly to that evil. But his acquiescence to domestic evil is what has led to our current situation. When you are called a Nazi Torquemada, you had better fucking respond by calmly explaining that your detractors are filthy, scumbag liars.

Bush allowed the scum of this Earth to win a rhetorical battle by never showing up on the battlefield. It was selfish of him to behave that way. We are going to suffer for his vanity.

The Right Guy said...

I think they call that naive.

chuck said...

No. It really was vanity. Bush was so self-confident, he figured the truth about who he was would shine through any amount of manufactured bullshit. He was wrong. Outright lies have become common knowledge.

"Everybody" knows that we were torturing innocents in Abu Graib, Guantanamo and elsewhere. Lies are the currency of leftist politics. Its getting worse every day.

The Right Guy said...

I still say he was naive, particularly about Putin, or putie. He reminds of the guy that people put the sign on his back, "kick me". ad far as AG goes, I have seen worse frat parties, but I can't speak to Gitmo, as I don't know what really was happening. I do think that the water cure is a form of torture, but it's like hot peppers: Some are hot, some are not so hot, some will make you think you're going to die... AG wasn't even a peperoncini, The water cure is a spicy jalapeƱo, and we haven't even gotten to habaneros, serranos, aji or the renowned Chiltepin. The one thing I will give McLame, he knows what torture is.

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