Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Apostasy: Even The Right Guy will admit he is wrong


While my apostasy has nothing to do with Islam, I thought it was an interesting comic. Anyway...

My apostasy has to do with a blog post on LCR about Obama's CZARs. At the time, I thought the hubbub over the czars wasn't much more than another birther frenzy.

At the time, I had said something to the effect that we have better way and places to spend our energies to push back on Obama. Well, I was wrong. Unlike Fonzie, I can say it.

In light of how many communists, Maoists and socialists occupy czar positions, I have to say enough already. It is quite apparent that Obama intends to use bureaucrats to implement his policies, people that are only answerable to him. Like Wesley Mouch and his band of sycophants, Obama's czars intend on converting this nation from the number one economic,  social and military superpower, into a country that more closely resembles England, Denmark or any other of the feckless socialist democracies where people prefer to treated as farm animals rather than adult, unique individual human beings that are both free and responsible.

Since MaObama can appoint these people, it is up to us to shine a light on some of these idiots, like Anita Dunne, Van Jones and the most egregious, Ron Bloom.

Anyway, I was wrong.

Thank you for reading this blog.

7 comments:

chuck said...

van jones

The Right Guy said...

I know. I was thinking about it at my desk today and said, oh fuck, it's van jones. Unfortunately, I can't fix it from work.

conservative generation said...

On the plus side, Obama in office has caused the scum to rise to the surface. We may never have known who these people were.

Eric Dondero said...

Now ya gonna admit you were wrong on Birtherism too?

The Right Guy said...

I don't think I am wrong with that, insofar as since his mother was an american citizen, so is he, no matter where he was born. Now, if you can prove that, one, he was born outside the US and/or two, he has given up his US citizenship at any time, and/or has dual citizenship, I will take another look at it. People saying it in blogs doesn't make it so. It has to be proven in a court of law. Do that, I will recant.

I would be just as interested in his academic records. Why would he hide them? :| My guess is he's not the stellar scholar and brainiac everyone thinks he is, and it would also reveal some things about him that he'd rather they did not know.

cdcoffer said...

I think the grades thing is probably the same monkey trap the birth cert deal is. People want it, and can't let go of it, so he'll never release them. Why would he? Its just a means of distracting them from what he's in the process of doing while getting the bonus of making his opponents look foolish. Schools like Harvard aren't really any harder to make grades in than lower tier schools. The most difficult part is getting in.

Integrity is vastly more important than IQ anyway.

The Right Guy said...

Chuck, I agree with 99% of what you say. I think IQ is important to a degree, but it must be harnessed with other attributes as you mentioned.

I am not calling for the release of his grades, but it would be interesting, and I agree with you on why not...

I took graduate credits a lower tier one graduate school and I am here to tell you you are correct on that too. It's all about the sheepskin. It's also much more expensive.

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