I remember when: our high school newspaper was pre-printed on a blue paper and printed by hand on a roller. (I can’t remember what it was called. Mimeograhp?) I learned to type on a “selectric” typewriter. When the Principal or teacher told you to shut up, you did it (or you got “paddled”–and yes, this was in public school–in America). I remember reciting the pledge of allegiance in school. Every morning. With our hands over our hearts. And no protesters. I remember learning to sing “Oh Little Town of Bethlehem.” Before I was a Christian. In public screw-all. I remember having “party lines” for telephones, and having to pick up the phone and listen to ensure that our neighbors were not already using the line before making my own phone call. Continue reading
I believe everything my dumbass liberal profs tell me.
If a man is not a liberal at twenty, he has no heart. If a man is not conservative by the time he is forty, he has no brain.
A recent Gallup poll shows that the U.S. population is more conservative the older they are.
Ages Conservative Moderate Liberal
18-29 30 39 31
30-49 41 36 21
50-65 42 37 20
65+ 48 35 16
Hurry up and grow up you dumbass liberals.
Virginia State Senator Don gets the Smash Mouth treatment for his idiotic opinion piece in the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Let’s look at some of the more idiotic parts, shall we?
He starts right out just ignoring dissenters who argue that global climate change is a hoax perpetuated by liberals as an excuse to raise our taxes. “As we all recognize, our environment is in danger, our climate at risk, and the health of our Earth perilous. We must take steps to remedy this situation for our children and grandchildren.” Run for your lives! The sky is falling, the sky is falling! [And as St. Gore says, “don’t discuss the merits of global warming, just act like it is true and scare the bejeebers out of the sheeples.”] Continue reading
You know you are out there. Fags are probably disgruntled. Fringe nuts who wanted us to lose in Iraq and immediately close up Guantanimo and set the captives free and prosecute Bush, Rove and Cheney are probably disgruntled. But I don’t give a shit about you wierdos. I would like to hear from the RINOs who voted for Obama because he seemed so urbane and sophisticated. I want to hear from the fiscal moderates who believed him when he promised to lower taxes for 95% of the population. I want to hear from the independents who didn’t believe us when we warned that he was an inexperienced political thug from Chicago who is a radical marxist out to steal our guns. How do you like Obama now?
Well, at least I am better than him at Texas Hold 'em...
Boycott “The Other McCain.” I’m so sick and tired of “the in crowd” I could puke. Ok, maybe I am jealous. Maybe he did look better in a speedo than I ever did. (No, I never wore one, thank God.) Ok, maybe he did look better in a Mullet than I ever would (ditto). Maybe he can sing better than I can. Wait, no maybe about that. Maybe he has better fireworks, and can write better (ditto). But am I jealous? Am I just being petty? Who, me?
Stop Dick Cheney. He's KILLING us!
From the A.P. June 15, 2009: A top secret memo from President Obama to CIA director Leon Panetta has been leaked to the public. Sources inside the White House have confirmed that it is authentic, and that the White House is furiously attempting to find out who the culprit is that leaked the memo to the Wall Street Journal. The memo, which was sent out just before Mr. Panetta went public with his criticism of Mr. Cheney. Mr. Panetta was quoted by the New Yorker as saying about Mr. Cheney:
“I think he smells some blood in the water on the national security issue,” Panetta said in an interview published in The New Yorker magazine’s June 22 issue. “It’s almost, a little bit, gallows politics. When you read behind it, it’s almost as if he’s wishing that this country would be attacked again, in order to make his point.”
In the Presidential memo, signed by Mr. Obama and marked “Top Secret,” Mr. Obama told Mr. Panetta to give that exact quote to The New Yorker. Mr. Obama explained in the memo that his position was getting “creamed in the court of public opinion” by Mr. Cheney’s counter- arguments. It noted that it was useless to try to best Mr. Cheney’s logic. It went on to note that therefore the Obama Administration would have to, “in accordance with Saul Alinsky’s “Rules For Radicals” (1), “attack Mr. Cheney personally.” President Obama instructed Mr. Panetta to attack Mr. Cheney’s motive instead of his logic. Question whether he was speaking out due to base motives rather than concern for country and Patriotism. The memo ended with the instruction that Mr. Panetta hurry up with his attack on the former Vice President, “because we are getting creamed in the polls on this issue.” (2) Continue reading
Full of shit but getting rich
While the climate grows colder and grain prices rise, the Democrats try to foist global warming on a depressed economy. Just in the nick of time, the sun stops emitting sunspots, proving once again that it is the sun and not cow farts that cause the earth to warm or cool. I couldn’t say it nearly as well as this author from the Telegraph:
“…It is now more than 200 years since the great astronomer William Herschel observed a correlation between wheat prices and sunspots. When the latter were few in number, he noted, the climate turned colder and drier, crop yields fell and wheat prices rose. In the past two years, sunspot activity has dropped to its lowest point for a century. One of our biggest worries is that our politicians are so fixated on the idea that CO2 is causing global warming that most of them haven’t noticed that the problem may be that the world is not warming but cooling, with all the implications that has for whether we get enough to eat.” Continue reading