Monday, November 30, 2009

IotW: PGA Edition

You gotta love it. It's been a long time since I have given the IotW award, and this one is well earned.

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The Seven Stories The MSM Won't Tell You About Obama

Published at the Politico: Seven stories Barack Hussein Obama doesn't want told.

  1. He thinks he’s playing with Monopoly money
  2. Too much Leonard Nimoy
  3. That’s the Chicago Way
  4. He’s a pushover
  5. President Pelosi
  6. He’s in love with the man in the mirror
  7. He sees America as another pleasant country on the U.N. roll call, somewhere between Albania and Zimbabwe

All true, but I like 6 and 7 the best. Which one is your favorite?

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    Sunday, November 29, 2009

    Superman may be human, but is he above reproach, questioning or the law?

    The soap opera continues...His holy highness, the superman of golf, the most elitist of all sports, short of polo, released this statement today:

    As you all know, I had a single-car accident earlier this week, and sustained some injuries. I have some cuts, bruising and right now I'm pretty sore.

    This situation is my fault, and it's obviously embarrassing to my family and me. I'm human and I'm not perfect. I will certainly make sure this doesn't happen again.
    This is a private matter and I want to keep it that way. Although I understand there is curiosity, the many false, unfounded and malicious rumors that are currently circulating about my family and me are irresponsible.
    The only person responsible for the accident is me. My wife, Elin, acted courageously when she saw I was hurt and in trouble. She was the first person to help me. Any other assertion is absolutely false.
    This incident has been stressful and very difficult for Elin, our family and me. I appreciate all the concern and well wishes that we have received. But, I would also ask for some understanding that my family and I deserve some privacy no matter how intrusive some people can be.
    This reminds me of the Der Schwimer. The arrogance of wealth and fame must lead Eldrick (Tiger's real first name) to think he's above question and ultimately above the law.  In that way he has a lot in common with the Kennedy's.  Would you or I get such deference from the police had we done the same thing? No. It's just another example the deference given to celebrities and politicians in our society. Hitting a ball into a hole isn't rocket science or brain surgery. From all accounts he's trying to avoid the consequences of his actions, actions which were of his own making, instead of being a man and manning up and coming clean. Eldrick, You are a cacasotto, sfacime, and a strunza, which means you are in the same company as the MaObamessiah.

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    The Eco-Terrorists have Taken Over the White House Kitchen: No meat on the menu

    This fits in nicely with my thanksgiving post photo:

    It seems the eco-terrorists have invaded the white house kitchen. The vegans have removed turkey, actually any form of meat, from the thanksgiving menu. What kind of bullshit is that? It's Obamessiah bullshit, that's what. I guessed after Obama blessed the bird, he told the kitchen to skip the meat (an option of green curry prawns is not meat). Do you think this is an accident? Nope. it's a repudiation of American history, meaning the pilgrims, which implies the manifest destiny that Obama so intensely eschews.

    All I can hope for is that Mario Batali and Emeril Lagasse kick Flay's and Comerford's ass on the next season of Iron Chef America. Comerford is the executive chef of the white house, and judging from the menu of thanksgiving, I don't think very much of her.

    Here is the menu:

    Potato and eggplant salad
    White House arugula with onion seed vinaigrette
    2008 sauvignon blanc, Modus Operandi, Napa Valley, Calif.
    Red lentil soup with fresh cheese
    2006 Riesling, Brooks "Ara," Willamette Valley, Ore.
    Roasted potato dumplings with tomato chutney, chick peas and okra or green curry prawns, caramelized salsify with smoked collard greens and coconut-aged basmati
    2007 grenache, Beckmen Vineyards, Santa Ynez, Calif.
    Pumpkin pie tart, pear tatin, whipped cream and caramel sauce
    Sparkling chardonnay, Thibaut Janisson Brut, Monticello, Va.
    Petits fours and coffee
    Cashew brittle
    Pecan pralines
    Passion fruit and vanilla gelees
    Chocolate-dipped fruit

    May be I should be the executive chef at the white house. This debacle surely would not have happened. Then again, Obama would never hire me, even for janitor. His loss, at least in the kitchen.

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    Saturday, November 28, 2009

    Superman is in fact just a human being

    So now we hear that his injuries weren't caused by the crash, but rather his wife, wielding a golf club. Whatever for? smile. It seems the golden boy of golf is human after all, no kryptonite needed. Just a lapse in judgement I presume, and possibly a cuckolded wife. A friend onece told me "many a kingdom has been lost to the golden hole", and this has nothing to do with golf. Nuff said.

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    Thursday, November 26, 2009

    What I am thankful for

    Other than the obvious and pro forma, I am thankful for:

    1. Obamacare has NOT passsed yet.
    2. Cap and Tax has not been passed yet.
    3. That someone hacked into the East Anglia University computer files that confirmed that anthropogenic global warming as a hoax (like we didn't know).
    4. That Obama is so bullheaded and narcissistic such that he'll drive his fabian socialist bus over the cliff, figuratively of course.
    5. That democrats have driven over the cliff and made a Republican comeback possible.
    6. That Obama's approval rating continues the drop
    7. That Sarah Palin's popularity continues to rise.
    8. Barack Obama's term is only four years.
    9. That liberals are wrong.
    10. That I have the best cohorts in the fight for liberty, you know who you are,  and thank you. 

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    Tuesday, November 24, 2009

    Climategate:The Religion of Anthropogenic Climate Change Exposed as a hoax

    The inestimable John R. Lott knows about the scientific method, data and how to interpret it, after all he does have a Ph.D.  Today, John laid down the basic framework for discussing such things as global warming:

    Science depends on good quality of data. It also relies on replication and sharing data. But the last couple of days have uncovered some shocking revelations...

    If you weren't vacationing in Rwanda, you would know that some hackers brought some rather interesting information to light, continues Dr. Lott:

    ...Computer hackers have obtained 160 megabytes of e-mails from the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia in England. These e-mails, which have now been confirmed as real, involved many researchers across the globe with ideologically similar advocates around the world. They were brazenly discussing the destruction and hiding of data that did not support global warming claims. The academics here also worked closely with the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

    So there you have it. Global warming isn't based on true science, but rather a belief that is reinforced with a priori arguments. While inductive reasoning is used when trying to prove a premise, what if the premise is wrong? Most progress is made with deductive reasoning which deconstructs observation and its data in an effort to find out why. Basically we use reason and logical analysis of the facts. When the data does not support a premise, we move on. In the case of global warming, reason is exchanged for dogma and politics.  What ensues constitutes religion, not science and it is ironic, since these same "scientists" eschew creationism or even intelligent design. I guess it's all in what you believe, not what you can prove, and if the collective says so, it must be true. 

    So, while the religion may seem to be global warming, I would contend it really is not. The UN is their church, and their religion is global marxism. Global warming is but one gospel from their play book. What are the other gospels? I can name a few: Socialized medicine, government controlled and regulated businesses, and generically regulating human behavior, to extreme, vis a vis gun control etc. Can you name a few? 

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    Anti-Seitism Alive and Well In Florida

    Kick a Jew Day in Florida

    Students at North Naples Middle School participated in "Kick a Jew Day".

    District Spokesman Joe Landon said a student told the dean of students at dismissal that she was kicked because it was “kick a Jew day.”

    10 students were punished by a one day in school suspension. Was that enough?

    I don't think so.

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    The Right Guy on Eric Dondero's Right Bloggers Roundtable Radio Talk Show

    This marks The Right Guy's 500th post.

    Thank you for listening.

    Sunday, November 22, 2009

    It's Not Obama's Fault

    H/T John Batchelor

    Thomas Friedman shows us why he is such a lackey for the Obama Administration and how delusional he really is (And his ilk at HRH run media outlet). Haven't all presidents had to deal with congress?

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    The Catholic Church Finally Takes a Stand

    Have the Kennedy's lost their touch?

    Bishop Tobin of the Providence Diocese has told Patrick Kennedy he cannot receive communion because of his stance on abortion. The bishop has also instructed the priests in the diocese not to give Kennedy communion.

    While some may not see the relevance, but to a catholic it it is heartening to see the Church put it's money where it's mouth is. The Church has looked the other way too long with parishioners, often famous and infamous, have violated not only church doctrine, but human decency with and by their actions. The Kennedy's have often been the beneficiaries of such hypocritical largesse and I am glad to see it come to an end. So, when will Pelosi get the treatment? Can you think of others?

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    Debbie Wasserman Schultz:That Lying C U Next Tuesday

    From This Week with George Stephanopoulis

    In spite of George Stephanopoulis correcting her, and well, the facts as any third grader could see, Debbie "Wishy" Wasserman Schultz still won't admit Obamacare rations healthcare to the detriment of women.

    Read Here:

    STEPHANOPOULOS: I want to bring this back to...
    WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: ... Republicans...
    STEPHANOPOULOS: Excuse me for a second. I want to bring this back to another controversy we had this week over the cancer deadlines, because it connects to this point in the patient-doctor relationship. You and several others were critical...
    STEPHANOPOULOS: ... of the -- of the guidelines saying that this is -- that under the president's plan, under the Democrat's plan, it's going to lead to more rationing. Yet the American Cancer Society says that the Republican alternative is worse, would do more harm than good, wouldn't give preventive services to anyone, and that under these bills, preventive care is encouraged and actually required by insurance companies. So isn't that an improvement?
    BLACKBURN: Well, actually, it is not. And the guidelines that came out this week by the Preventive Services Task Force have a direct link to what would be offered if the House and the Senate bills were to go into law, if they were to be put into law.
    And, George, this is exactly how it happens. If you go to page 1,296 of the House bill, the engrossed copy, and you began to read in title three of that bill, on preventive and wellness services, and you get down to section 2301, this is what happens. In section 3131 of that bill, it changes the Preventive Services Task Force to the Clinical Preventive Services Task Force.
    Then, you go back and you see that that task force on preventive clinical services is tasked with rating A, B, C, D, or I all preventive services. Then you go back into section 222 of the bill...
    BLACKBURN: Yes, I have read this bill. And that indicates what would be paid or covered. And this is where the actual link comes, and I'll read it for you. In section 2301, it says, "All recommendations of the Preventive Services Task Force" -- that's the group that did the mammograms -- "and the Task Force on Community Preventive Services, as in existence on the day before the date of the enactment of this act, shall be considered to be recommendations of the Task Force on Clinical Preventive Services."
    STEPHANOPOULOS: So the guidelines -- the point is that the guidelines then...
    BLACKBURN: They becomes the law.
    STEPHANOPOULOS: ... would -- would become...
    BLACKBURN: They become the law, the mandate.
    STEPHANOPOULOS: ... would become controlling.
    WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: No, they would not be.
    BLACKBURN: Yes, they do.
    WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: And what's unfortunate is that the Republicans, and Ms. Blackburn, have for the first time politicized breast cancer.
    BLACKBURN: That is incorrect.
    WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: That is -- no, it is not. And I'm a breast cancer...
    BLACKBURN: No, it is incorrect.
    WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: As you know, as a breast cancer survivor, Marsha...
    BLACKBURN: That is incorrect. It's in the bill, Debbie.
    STEPHANOPOULOS: Let her finish her point.
    BLACKBURN: I have a great respect -- yes.
    WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: As a breast cancer survivor, I came out against these -- these recommendations. Every major cancer organization has come out against these recommendations. The task force language in that bill actually makes sure that prevention -- preventive services like mammograms and colonoscopies and other cancer screenings would be free. The task force recommendations -- the language in the bill...
    STEPHANOPOULOS: Well, Debbie, let me -- let me clarify this...
    WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: ... that even more women would get access to...
    STEPHANOPOULOS: Excuse me for a second. That -- that is true. But let me clarify a little bit, because under the -- the bill -- and we have -- we have the language, as well. It says that a group health plan and health insurance issuer offering the group (ph) shall provide coverage, but only under -- if the Preventive Services Task Force rates it as an A or B.
    BLACKBURN: That's right.
    STEPHANOPOULOS: And, actually, under the -- under the task force, they said that these mammograms for women 40 to 50 is rated C. So they actually wouldn't be covered. So you have a great expansion for a broad part of the population, but actually, these guidelines would be controlling for ages 40 or 50.

    Even after all of that, Wasserman refuses to believe the bill limits care for women and mammograms. In spite of the recitation before her own ears and eyes, by a democrat no less...This is the lying delusional scum we are up against. Is there any doubt?

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    Saturday, November 21, 2009

    The Dems Do It

    Well, the Wicked Witch of New Orleans has done it, along with Blanche "Mama Yokum" Lincoln from Arkansas. Still think I am wrong? I called it before, and even before that.  All the right wing cheerleading for the last 18 months has been for naught. I am sure I will not get one freaking comment from my compatriots of liberty: There is no admitting defeat. Well, it looks like we are going down. Even if we make inroads in 2010 and get the white house back in 2012,  will all of this be repealed? No, it won't, It never has been, and it won't start now. Politicians in DC and almost everywhere else like the power they wield, given from us, and expressed with our hard earned money. We put too much faith in these mountebanks on both sides of the isle, and we have suffered the results.

    What to do next? Well, some of you will succor to Rush, Glenn or Sean to hear the next talking points and/or inspirational diatribe on what's next.  More pablum from Mr. potato head and company. Rush will say continue fighting, while he moves to New Zealand, Glenn will tell everyone to stock 6 months of food in their basement and plan to move to Glennbeckistan, and Sean will say he is running in 2012 as the next Reagan, and a poor imitation at that. What these bread and circus directors seem to forget is that we lost on November 4, 2008, not today. We can't turn the clock back, and our choices are slim. I await commentary from my compatriots in liberty to give me a clue as to what is next. Any takers?

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    Friday, November 20, 2009

    I must be doing something wrong

    Like the 45RPM jacket sleeve says, I must be doing something wrong. It seems I lost a blog friend today. I guess my honest views on the healthcare bill are too much for some on the right. I may be cynical, but I'd rather be cynical, that delusional, but as crazy as it seems to me, affirming Scott Adams critique of blogs increases my site traffic. May be I can learn something here.

    While I admit the deed isn't done, and Habitrail Harry Reid may not get the votes for cloture this time, it seems to me, the dems have a death wish, like a kamikaze pilot, you can shoot most of them down, but sooner or later, one is going to get through. I will reiterate this: The GOP has been at best ineffective at preventing the tide of fabianism in this country, and at worst complicit. If you don't believe me, ask Tim Daniels at LCR about The Overton Window.

    Now on to something a little different...

    While we are onto things done wrong, let's take a look at Sarah Palin. I love Palin and if she runs I would love to work for her in some way, BUT, someone needs to sit her down and tell her to get help...Not the kind you are thinking, but political advice. She would do well to hire Dick Morris as a consultant and help her with her brand and image. I think she has natural charisma, but it is not refined and she doesn't always think things through before she speaks. Just my opinion. I think she could be great, but she needs someone to help her. The problem may be, form what I have read, that she, like many politicians, she likes to surround herself with yes people. Giuliani is guilty of the same thing. Look at the results. Still, you have to love the Unsinkable Sarah. I wish her well no matter what she does.

    And to those that think they have it bad:

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    Thursday, November 19, 2009

    This is Going To Suck:The beginning of socialist indentured servitude in America

    Are you ready?

    If you haven't heard it, the vote for Obamacare with probably be this Saturday. Dingy Harry has said the vote will be at 8pm, preceded by 10 hours of debate.

    I really wish I could speak my mind, but unfortunately, the Secret Service would be at my door in minutes. All I can say is that these fabian socialist cowards have sold us down the river. I can only imagine that they believe that once they do their dastardly deed, it won't matter if they lose their jobs or not. It's like an explorer burning the ship to motivate the troops. It's a suicide move done in the context that they know they've won.

    Right now we are facing the most drastic change to our country and economy extant. The government will control 48% of the economy after Saturday. We will be paying for this in advance for 3 years before in takes effect (there is so much wrong with the bill, it would take 10 posts to describe it all), and it will ruin what healthcare most of us do have. Not because they want to give a small percentage of the population healthcare insurance, but because they want people to become accustomed to being on the government dole. Again, they are bribing us with our own money, and we are fools to accept this. This is to create a class of people that are farm animals that will keep the farmers in charge. We are basically done.

    The end game of this is to bring our society down to the lowest common denominator and in the end, to create a world where wealth does not exist. Almost everyone will suffer and/or be miserable together, where the ideals of excellence, pride, and self-interest will be no more. We will have become like farm animals producing for the collective. Sure, third world countries will do better than they do now, but it will be at the expense of those of us that have produced, that have risked and succeeded.

    I wish I could blame only Obama or even the bunch of democrats in control, but the blame falls with the right as well and all of us. The answer is not the GOP. It never has been. They have been complicit in this debacle and while Rush, Sean and Beck have been wringing their hands (they've done little good), they are just the directors of the bread and circus stage right that have made sure to stash enough way to float out what they have left in there years. We will have three choices: Take the blue pill, the red pill or break out. In other words, we can join the collective, continue to play the loyal opposition, or do something meaningful. What do you want to do? At least John Galt had Galt's Gulch. I don't see anywhere that free men will be able to go, at least in the context of their end game. Like the old Winston commercial, would you rather fight than switch?

    If you think I am being overly melancholy, depressive, dark, cynical, or over the top, ask yourself this question: Would you have thought this possible 3 years ago? Two years ago? Even a year ago? Time to wake up McFly.

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    At Least One Car Manufacturer Get It Right

    Ford Gets it right.

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    Wednesday, November 18, 2009

    Blogs or Parasites: Dilbert gives us something to think about

    Thank you Scott Adams and thank you for reading this blog.

    Monday, November 16, 2009

    Somehow, Less Than Presidential

    In recent memory, it has been almost tradition for the president to go abroad when things are going badly domestically.

    This started, at least in recent memory, with Nixon, when he had his problems with Watergate, Vietnam, etc: He went to China. Many presidents since then have done the same thing when things get sour at home.

    Obama is no different. With his numbers tanking and having been in decline over the last 10 months, he does this Asia tour to make himself seem more presidential. More subterfuge from the magician.

    He preaches governmental reform with freedom of speech in China, yet he wants to empower the government here to take liberties away. He bows like a coolie to the Emperor of Japan, several times, yet he expects us to bow to him. He assigns the trial of KSM to Manhattan, where the terrorist may enjoy legal protections that citizens have, in my opinion, to one, appear fair to our detractors and enemies, and two, to showcase the Bush administration in a negative light. I bet he hopes they spill the beans about gitmo, so as to get the public against something he is against and get the attention off himself.

    And that is the crux of all of it: To get the negative attention off himself. Like a con man who is discovered as such, he will try to spin to gain confidence of his mark again and the mark is us. Are you buying into it?

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    The Right Guy Show: Not the first?

    It has been brought to my attention that "The Right Guy Show" is not the first one, not original. If you go to, you'll see the other one.

    That site hasn't been active since 2005 and to be honest, I had never seen it before. I should have wondered why I couldn't get the blogger site as therightguy, but I didn't care...I just did what I had to do.

    Just as an aside, at this blog, I make no veiled statements: I offer direct honest assessment, at times corrosive, sometimes insightful, occasionally original, and wholly mine. End Rant.

    Let's get back to blogging...

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    Sunday, November 15, 2009

    McCain Campaign Was Filled with Liberals: They tried to stifle Sarah

    This just in from Drudge Report. If anything illustrates, one, what a total asshole McLame is, Two, how doomed his campaign was from the beginning, and three, how liberal he must be to hire people that work for the MSM. For whatever reason, they didn't want the campaign to succeed. They just wanted a good show to put on their résumés and make sure he went nowhere. McLame is complicit though, and this is what you get when you support someone whose turn it is.

    The plus side is Sarah Palin isn't going away. What these weenies didn't realize was that she would get more than the 15 minutes of fame they thought she deserved. She's getting more and I would bet this is just the beginning.

    I would also posit that Mr. Potato Head Steele is more of the same. The McCain fiasco proves it, the Dede Scozzofava  deal seals it. The GOP is being led by the incompetent. What else is new?

    HER TURN! 
    Fri Nov 13 2009 07:27:12 ET

    Going Rogue: An American Life
    by Sarah Palin
    Chapter Four; Section 8, pages 255-257

    By the third week in September, a “Free Sarah” campaign was under way and the press at large was growing increasingly critical of the McCain camp’s decision to keep me, my family and friends back home, and my governor’s staff all bottled up. Meanwhile, the question of which news outlet would land the first interview was a big deal, as it always is with a major party candidate.

    From the beginning, Nicolle [Wallace] pushed for Katie Couric and the CBS Evening News. The campaign’s general strategy involved coming out with a network anchor, someone they felt had treated John well on the trail thus far. My suggestion was that we be consistent with that strategy and start talking to outlets like FOX and the Wall Street Journal. I really didn’t have a say in which press I was going to talk to, but for some reason Nicolle seemed compelled to get me on the Katie bandwagon.

    “Katie really likes you,” she said to me one day. “she’s a working mom and admires you as a working mom. She has teenage daughter like you. She just relates to you,” Nicolle said. “believe me, I know her very well. I’ve worked with her.” Nicolle had left her gig at CBS just a few months earlier to hook up with the McCain campaign. I had to trust her experience, as she had dealt with national politics more than I had. But something always struck me as peculiar about the way she recalled her days in the White House, when she was speaking on behalf of President George W. Bush. She didn't have much to say that was positive about her former boss or the job in general. Whenever I wanted to give a shout-out to the White House’s homeland security efforts after 9/11, we were told we couldn’t do it. I didn’t know if that was Nicolle’s call.

    Nicolle went on to explain that Katie really needed a career boost. “She just has such low self-esteem,” Nicolle said. She added that Katie was going through a tough time. “She just feels she can’t trust anybody.”

    I was thinking, And this has to do with John McCain’s campaign how?

    Nicolle said. “She wants you to like her.”

    Hearing all that, I almost started to feel sorry for her. Katie had tried to make a bold move from lively morning gal to serious anchor, but the new assignment wasn’t going very well.

    “You know what? We’ll schedule a segment with her,” Nicolle said. “If it doesn’t go well, if there’s no chemistry, we won’t do any others.”

    Meanwhile, the media blackout continued. It got so bad that a couple of times I had a friend in Anchorage track down phone numbers for me, and then I snuck in calls to folks like Rush Limbaugh, Laura Ingraham, Sean Hannity and someone I thought was Larry Kudlow but turned out to be Neil Cavuto’s producer. I had a friend call Bill O’Reilly after I was inundated with supporters in Alaska asking why the campaign was “ignoring” his on-air requests for a McCain campaign interview. I had another friend scrambling to find Mark Levin’s number. Aboard the campaign plane I was within twenty-five feet of reporters for hours on end. Headquarters’ strategy was that I should not go to the back of the aircraft and talk to the press. At first this was subtle, but as the campaign wore on, Tracey or Tucker would call headquarters to request permission, and someone in DC would respond, “No! Absolutely not- block her if she tries to go back.”

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    Saturday, November 14, 2009

    Obama Continues His Supplication to Foreign Leader

    A picture is worth a thousand words. Obama bows like a coolie, not as an equal. When equals bow, they keep their eyes on each other and it is not so deep. They also would not be shaking hands. Obama is either ignorant, or subjugating the position of the Presidency. Take your pick. Akihito must be saying "you dumb, ignorant ニガー.  How shameful and regretful it must be for you. Better you than I". Of course Akihito just as well may have said, "The car is around back. Make sure it is washed and waxed before you pick me up at 2:00pm".  The Japanese and Chinese aren't fond of Blacks, so this is even more ironic than one might initially think.

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    Friday, November 13, 2009

    IotW: Canadian Edition

    The Idiot of the Week award goes to Gary Smith, Police Chief of Windsor Ontario. Gary apologized to the muslim community after his police officers made arrests in four honor killings. It seems that the muslim community was upset, as sharia law should take precedence over secular societal law.

    I will also confer upon Mr. Smith the Dhimmi Order of Canada or DOC for short. This award was created by Mark Steyn and Mr. Smith receives this award for his tireless supplication to 7th century throwbacks that would rather see him dead. Good luck Mr. Smith, you will need it.

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    Another Photo surfaces of Obama failing to salute the American Flag:Repost from Libertarian Republican

    Another Photo surfaces of Obama failing to salute the American Flag

    A Non-Salute to our Veterans

    This is how United States "President" and so-called US Commander in Chief Barack Hussein Obama honors Military Veterans and those currently serving under his Command.

    A simple mistake or deliberate act of disdain? -- ED, RG

    (H/t Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit, first to uncover the photo)

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    Thursday, November 12, 2009

    The Dhimmitude Continues: Bloomberg Shakes Hand with an associate of a terrorist

    When you though it couldn't get any more stupid, it does. Bloomberg shook hands with an imam with ties to terrorists. This guy has no shame and he is farcockt. May be he should remember this:

    But then again, he probably wants this:

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    Michael Bloomberg And Raymond Kelly Promote Dhimmitude

    As reported by NY1,  Michael Bloomberg and Raymond Kelly met with muslim leaders to assure them they believe that the islam had nothing to do with the Ft. Hood massacre. Political office must transform people through rectal-cranial inversion. Of course Mike is a self hating jew that can't wait to supplicate himself to the local ayatollahs. This is unbelievable and Rudy must be laughing his ass off. I hope the people of NY see this for what it is: Political pandering and political correctness taken to a new low. Raymond Kelly, having been a marine, should be ashamed of himself. May be Mike is back to smoking the weed. Who says pot isn't a gateway drug? It's a gateway to being an asshole.

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    Wednesday, November 11, 2009

    Bad Luck Follows Crazy Uncle Joe

    Joe Biden's cars kill pedestrian:

    At first I thought Crazy Joe was in the car, and if so, that he must be channeling Ted Kennedy, as Ted must be getting bored being celibate and on the wagon. Then we hear that he wasn't in the car. May be he was sending out his security detail to pick up some McDonald's and a six pack. Poor bastard that got in the way. This could only happen to crazy Joe Biden. I wonder how the victim liked his hope and change?

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    Sunday, November 08, 2009

    Is Obama Even American?

    After watching Obama's performance here, I have to wonder is this guy even an American? I mean, it's as if we are being led by someone that has no idea what our culture, customs, mores, and values are. It's as if he is an alien. I mean this sincerely and without pun in regards to the whole birther thing. His template for being president is such that any trace of what being American is was removed and replaced with something that does not have any national identity at all. It is as if he sees himself as a citizen of the world at best. Anyone that voted for the pretend American should be ashamed of themselves.  Oh yeah, screw doctor joe medicine crow and the stolen horse he rode in on. I wonder if he knows chief jay strongbow?

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    It Was Terrorism: Dick Morris Explains it all



    Published on on November 8, 2009

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    In his nationally televised remarks following the horrendous killings at Ft. Hood, President Obama never mentioned the T word.  The attack was an act "of violence."  No mention of terrorism.

    In fact, the Ft. Hood shooting is the first terror attack on American soil since 9-11.  But Obama, reluctant to take the rap for inadequate protections against such attacks, is doing everything he can to make it look like an adult version of the Columbine school shootings.  We are treated to stories about the killer's dread of being sent back to Afghanistan and his deformed personality.

    But, the fact is that Major Nidal Malik Hasan jumped on a table, yelled "Alah Hu Akhbar" and began the shooting rampage that killed 13 people and wounded 30 more.

    Ilana Freedman, CEO and Senior Analyst for the Gerard Group International, which provides intelligence analysis for business and homeland security, describes Hasan as a "lone wolf terrorist" who acts without apparent coordination with any other person or organization.  But that does not make him any less of a terrorist.
    The dividing line, of course, between a terrorist and a psychopathic killer is political motivation.  His statements right before opening fire would indicate that Hasan was motivated by fanaticism and a commitment to Islamic fascism, even though President Obama bends over backwards to avoid saying so.

    Obama's refusal to call the attack terrorism, and to heed the warning signs about the porous nature of our security system that allowed it to happen on a military base, recalls President Clinton's deliberate decision to downplay the 1993 attack on the World Trade Center.  He did not visit the site of the attack and treated it as a crime, promising to find those guilty and punish them, rather than to attack the international groups that funded and enabled them.

    There may be no groups behind Major Hasan's attack, but the fact that he was an officer in the Army, with full access to a military base and its arsenal of weapons, while holding the views he did, is the first indication of a laxity in security under President Obama.  This attack did not take place in a shopping mall or a school, where security procedures are, understandably, relaxed.  It happened on the highest security place of all - a military base!  That the military failed to spot the possibility of an attack and had no measures in place to prevent it must be laid at the feet of the commander-in-chief of that military: President Barack Obama.
    Many commentators have warned that the diminution of security and the weakening of our anti-terrorist protections would leave us vulnerable to be hit again.  Now it has happened.  And the president is doing everything he can to blur the distinction between murder and terrorism.

    It was his failure to understand the difference between an act of war and a crime that undermined President Clinton's administration's anti-terror efforts and led directly to 9-11.  It would appear that President Obama is going down the same road of denial and minimization of political harm.  There may be casualties at Ft. Hood, but Obama is determined that his popularity will not be among them.

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    Saturday, November 07, 2009

    The Template Arises:Vicarious Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

    The latest main stream media fad is to blame the Fort Hood incident on Vicarious Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Not only would someone have to be weak in the mind for that to happen, one would have to be even weaker to believe it.

    Hasan was by all rights a muslim fundamentalist whose beliefs contradicted what he was doing in the Army, and it came to a head when he was ordered to go to Afghanistan. His religious beliefs and identity trumped his sworn duty to this country. The honorable thing to do would be to resign.

    Instead, Hasan chose to take his anger out on those around him, particularly those that were innocent, and who had nothing to do with decisions about our foreign policy. He is a coward, a liar, and a murderer. He was dishonest to himself and those around him. He is responsible for all of this, BUT Islam was the gasoline poured on this fire. In his mind, Americans were the enemy, not the Taliban.

    It is high time muslims in this country and elsewhere to make the decision on where they stand, and furthermore, help us weed out these fundamental psychopaths. In WWII, Japanese, German, and Italian americans felt they had something to prove in fighting the axis powers, and they served their country well (read about the 442nd Infantry Regiment).  Such incidents like this did not exist, but then again, even the average american today does not have the patriotism and sense of national identity that my parents generation did.

    If anyone is offended by the pictorial here, Tango Sierra. What I have seen of Islam in this world, the quran belongs there.

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    Thursday, November 05, 2009

    Oh No, Not Again:Update

    The latest news is the somewhat less than ersatz muslim terrorist is still alive, but not well. Is it terrorism? Colonel West thinks so. Jihad? Why not? Personally, I think he had more than a bad attitude. 

    When I heard the news, the first thing that went through my mind was, oh shit, the liberal media is going to have a field day with this shit because they'll blame it on a gun nut.

    Of course, when things look bad, they can get worse. It turns out the guy was a psychiatrist in the Army that was getting deployed to Iraq and wasn't happy about it and disagreed with the policy of being there in the first place. Ok. A nut job none the less.

    Then they disclose his name: Nidal Malik Hasan. Holy dog shit shit Batman, not again. Just when I thought it couldn't get worse. Of course the liberal media will probably try to paint the situation as a frustrated soldier that didn't get any help or some other non-sense. Earth to MSM: The loser was a muslim that killed at least 13 people, wounded over 30 people, whose only mistake was being around when Nidal went off. The sad thing is this did not have to happen. Soldiers should be allowed to carry sidearms while on base. I imagine this was not the case at Ft. Hood. If they were, the casualty toll would have been much less. Can you imagine the largest military installation in the world had to call the cops? I also think that the army has to take a second look at muslims in it's midst. This isn't the first time a 72 virgins seeker has gone off, and it may not be the last.

    I bet this asshole voted for Obama.

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    Guy Fawkes Day

    The only man to enter Parliament with honest intentions. Where is our Guy Fawkes?

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    Monday, November 02, 2009

    Farm Animals:Why Socialism and Marxism Sucks

    As a continuation of why we suck, I want to explain my frequent use of the term "Farm Animals".

    Farm animals are used for one thing: To Produce. In the case of the picture to the left, the cows here are used to produce milk. Notice the clean, austere, functional, efficient and productive environment. As long as the cows produce, they will be well taken care of.

    They get antibiotics, hormones, visits from the vet, kept clean and are well cared for. As long as they produce, they are ok and if and when they are not, they are sent to McDonald's or the rendering house. It's just the way it is. Cows don't have any notion of freedom, and they can't make the rational choice whether or not to be where they are. Still, some would argue that they are better off being milk cows for the dairy.

    Humans on the other hand have the power of reason, or so we are led to believe, and because of this, we are supposed to be able to make informed and rational decisions. Yet, despite this, like the fool that keeps playing three card monte, we make choices that make no sense, at least not good sense. With the rise of MaObama, it seems many people are sold on the idea of a socialist/marxist America, where as in Europe, they want the government to take care of them cradle to grave.

    What makes such European countries successful is that in order for the system to work, there must exist enough people that produce for the system. You say, "what is the difference between that and capitalism? In capitalism, the workers produce for the "corporations' and companies The differences are that one, that people in a capitalist democracy, and I mean truly both, they have the right and free will to participate to the extent that they wish and whatever they earn (in a perfect world) belongs to them. Hopefully they make rational choices for their lives and can do so without fear. With the former, without producers that give to the system, the system cannot sustain itself. The more the people want from the government, the more will be taken from them by the government.

    So, just as the cows are taken care of for the purpose of producing milk, so are citizens of a socialist country for the purpose of supporting the government and its dependents. Their care depends on their contribution. This is observed in every socialist democracy, like Canada, the UK and Australia to name but a few.

    The argument can be made that they make these decisions out of free will. This is true under some circumstances, but like most governments, it is harder to take it back after it happens. Another observation is that people become enculturated or you could say that they are domesticated into this lifestyle. Still, the truth is inescapable: Citizens of these countries are like farm animals, producing for a system without rational thought as to why, the consequences, and what other possibilities might be. I would also liken this to the puerile nature of infants. Feed a baby, change it's diapers and give it attention and it will be happy. At what point do people want to be treated as adult human beings, responsible for their own destiny, and make their own way?

    Our country was founded by people who were such people who made their own way. It seems to me that we are taking a huge step backwards. I could write volumes on this, but for now, this is it. So, the question is, do want to be free, adult, and responsible, or do you want to be treated as a farm animal, like a puerile child, an infant? What road should America take? Will we suck? :)

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    Subsidies, Markets and Why You (We) Suck

    I was listening to Steve Deace last week and I was inspired to write this particular blog piece. The subject is subsidies. 

    While many ersatz marxists and other democrat wannabes may think that government subsidies are an investment, the truth is that they are a reward to ideas and actions that don't warrant it. 

    Think about it. Giving a farmer, eco-weenie green technologist, or academic indoctrinist money to either do nothing (CRP in the case of farmers) or do something ("investing" in "green" technology) is nothing more than creating a market where none should exist or does not because no one wants it. In the case of the farmer, the market is, well, lets call it anti-fecundity. Some call it welfare. In the case of other things,  you could say windmills, electric cars, or university research into the breeding habits of the albino transgendered West Samoan hummingbird are markets that wouldn't exist as they aren't needed, wanted or even necessary. 

    The bottom line is that people are being supported because they suck. That's right, they suck. If they couldn't make it in the free market where necessity is the mother of all things, then why? The left supports all sorts of welfare and subsidies for things that either should never exist or should have gone away long ago. They love to support people and causes that some would say have been excluded from the game for reasons beyond their control (yet examples exist to contradict this), because they feel sorry for them or in an effort to balance the system in an effort to create an equilibrium based on some twisted feel good idea of justice. 

    The universe doesn't understand justice in the context of what we think is justice. Anyone with a dilettante's knowledge of the universe and astronomy knows that there is a certain amount of chaos that pushes things forward, and in general, the left tries to enforce control in an effort to create a system they believe is fair, but only to introduce entropy which removes chaos, removes progress and ultimately creates a system that dies and goes away.

    When we do things that are unsuccessful, when we are taken out of the gene pool because of darwin's blessing, when we fail, when we succumb to magical thinking, it's nature's way of saying we suck. All of us have sucked at one time or another, and hopefully it's nothing serious, a learning experience, the government didn't support it and we move on, move forward. What makes no sense is for the government to support activities where no market exists, where no hope of fecundity exist, where by all rights these recipients of largesse should go away. We see this support of suckedness all around us. Banks, insurance companies, car manufacturers, Freddie Mac, politicians, civil servants...and it all is supported by Team Fabian Society that currently resides in La Casa Blanca. 

    Ultimately, the universe has its own equilibrium that is unavoidable and such that it is out of anyone's control. Like being on the event horizon of a black hole, we cannot escape it. 

    Until the next post, thank you for reading this blog. 

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