Daily Archives: August 2, 2010

Mitch Miller, R.I.P.

Damn, I didn’t even know that he was still alive.  My grandparents used to love him.  He was 2 years older than my grandfather.  For those who remember, “The Yellow Rose of Texas” brings back those memories.

Edited: Hopefully, the angels in heaven are now singing along with “Mitch Miller & The Gang”

What is it like to drive through hell?

J.D.

What’s your excuse as to why you won’t admit that you regret voting for President Obama?

You know you regret it.  Let’s compare your attitude to that of an addict.  Before you can recover you must admit that you have a problem, and then seek help. 

Your problem is that  you regret voting for Obama, and you want to admit it and move on with your life, but you just can’t.  Your liberal friends will shun you.  Your black friends will call you an “Uncle Tom” or a raaaaacist.  And let’s face it, the prospect of having McCain and Palin as President was not something that we all looked (or look) forward to with great joy and confidence. 

Even your pride prevents you from admitting your mistake.  Let’s face it, the past election was acrimonious.  It was not friendly or nice–it was a mud-wrestling contest.  Your side “won.”  You were stoked.  You hated those of us who were saying that Obama was inexperienced, that he was lying and that he was really a closet socialist. You scoffed at us. You called us rubes. You even went out and bought some arugula as a show of support. 

 Besides, the Obama Girl is so hawt!  Voting for Obama was “cool;” it showed that you weren’t a racist and who wanted to support that old intemperate McCain anyway?

Now, the last thing that you want to do is to admit that you hate how Obama is screwing our country. How he is jamming bad legislation down our throats against the will of the people. How he claimed  he was against this and that other Bush foreign policy and he hasn’t changed any of it even one lick. How he said his would be the most “transparent” administration, and the most ethical administration evuh!  And you, stupid fool poor duped great American citizen that you are, believed him.  And now you don’t know how to get out of this crappy situation of publicly supporting a an inexperienced fool who flat-out lied to the American people.

Here, let me help.  Repeat this admission after me:  I was a fool…I believed Obama’s lies…I wanted to believe them because he is such a good teleprompter reader of lies…but I am not the only one…Obama had 90% approval at the time of his Inaugeration…Now his approval ratings have tanked, so almost half of the population was likewise hoodwinked by that lying bastard.  Since he lied, I therefore no longer believe a word he said.  I supported his lies, but since I found out that he was just lying, I no longer support him. 

Or, if that does not suffice, just tell everybody that you recovered from your temporary lobotomy.  Hope dis halps.

John Doe

What IF Crist beats Rubio?

Will that “prove” that a great conservative candidate cannot beat a  Republican “moderate”? After all, if a “conservative” Republican can’t win an election in this current environment, when can he ever win an election? To you hand-wringers and RINOs and Country Club Republicans everywhere, and you good conservatives who are nervous about the polls, I have this to say: chill the hell out.

First, so what if Crist wins?  That means Floridians are collectively stupididider than I first thought.  Voters deserve what they elect. If they want a politician whose views are so malleable that they call themselves a Republican, then switch to an “independent” and/or finally switch to being a Democrat (Arlin Spincter), let them have that God-damned elected official.  

Do we really want somebody like that on our side? Charley Crist is shamelessly switching positions on the issues faster than Obama breaks campaign promises.  You cannot know in advance how  some putz like that will vote because his word means nothing.  He will vote in accordance to how the wind happens to be blowing on each particular day.  Having an elected official like that is more akin to being ruled by a despot than by a representative form of democracy.   Your vote does not matter because you do not know what  you are getting in advance.  He may support the views that he campaigns on, or he might switch once elected and support the diametrically opposed views.  Y0u cast your votes and you takes your chances.

Politics is not just about governing.  Democrats will do anything to get elected, to get other Democrats elected, and then they say and do whatever they want.  If this country is so damn ignorant that they want that kind of government, that is what they deserve.  Inner cities all over America, and many liberal states (Mass, Cali, Oregon, etc.) do just that. We can’t stop them. We don’t want to stop them by electing people like Crist who will be just like them once in office, just so long as they  have an (R) after their name.

All that said, the latest numbers that I’ve seen show Rubio ahead by 5% among likely voters.  We conservatives are going to be mightily motivated come November.  Keep the faith. Florida hopefully just gained one more conservative vote if Lipton gets off his duff and registers to vote down there.  ;)

John Doe