Daily Archives: January 31, 2010

Obama bow III

W.W. R.W. D.? Rev. Wright?

[Barry] I haz to pee. Bad. Air Force One toilet said “For Whites Only.”

[Barry] Nice shoes. Can I shinez?

[Barry] Are you Saudi royalty? Or communist dictator? Better safe den sorry!

[Barry] Harry sez I be a light-skinned black.  You be a dark-skinned honky?

[Dude in the uniform] Who farted?

[Mayor of Tampa] Dude, yer crushing my hand.

[Charlie Crist] Can I come out of closet now?

Obama is going to save the government twenty billion dollars!!!

What is one way that he is going to “save” the government money?  By increasing your taxes!   From Reuters:

“One of the proposals would eliminate the “Advanced Earned Income Tax Credit,” which allows eligible taxpayers with children to get a portion of the a tax credit paid out in their paychecks throughout the year.”  [Translation: If those pesky taxpayers get less deductions, that “saves” the government money!]

We all know that Obama can’t actually cut government programs on his own, he needs help!  So let’s compile a list of things to cut: 

1.  Cease using the military to shuttle Nancy Pelosi’s evil spawn back and forth across American. 

2. Cease using Air Force One to shuttle POTUS to Europe to bow and scrape to the Olympic Committee.  

3. Eliminate Recovery.gov and all of its reports of 75343 bogus “jobs saved or created.”   Updated: 94, 341 bogus jobs “created or saved.”

4.  Let the military tribunals fry, er I mean try, KSM.

Signs funded by OUR money.


 4.  Stop paying for those gawdawful road signs.

 5. Veto any cap and trade legislation.

6. Get back all the money you used to bail out your biggest campaign donors at Goldman Sachs. 

[I know it is just a start, but my readers are smarter than Obama could ever dream to be.]

Why do people vote against their own interests?

"What? No arugula!

An article in the BBC News asked this about Americans.   I have a few observations about the article.  First, I agree with three paragraphs, though I dispute the author’s conclusion: 

“If people vote against their own interests, it is not because they do not understand what is in their interest or have not yet had it properly explained to them. 

 They do it because they resent having their interests decided for them by politicians who think they know best.” 

“There is nothing voters hate more than having things explained to them as though they were idiots. ” 

Doesn’t the above sound like the epitomy of  The grating Communicator?  From The NYT:

“Obama, speaking to a joint session of Congress in his annual State of the Union address, also said he was partially responsible for the legislative effort sagging, saying he did not do a good enough job explaining the healthcare issue to Americans.”

Second, the author talks down about us as though we are morons.  According to him, stories and our emotions, not facts and logic and statistics, inform we great un-washed masses of Americans for whom to vote.  You can almost hear him chortle: “Of course you boobs would all be socialists if only you knew what was in your best interest!”  Continue reading

Orrin Hatch Declares War on Reconciliation

Why do I have this sinking feeling that Democrats aren’t scared of him?  Just as I didn’t believe Sen. Lindsey Graham when he said ObamaCare was “dead on arrival” at the U.S. Senate.

We’ll get you, you wascally wabbits!

The parable of the hostages

John Doe spoke to them again in parables, saying: “The Congress is like a strong party of men who broke into a dwelling, surprised the occupants, overwhelmed them and  took  them as hostages.  The strong party bound the hostages, and set about to steal all their possessions.  But while the strong party were dividing the loot, another* snuck into the dwelling and freed the hostages.  Suddenly, the hostages were strong enough to stand up to the strong party of men. 

The Won who was leader of the strong party said: “Now that you hostages are strong enough to oppose us, you should work with us to continue the task that we were already doing.  We were deciding who gets what of our loot, er, I mean of your possessions.  We had already spent much time and planning on this difficult undertaking.  We were having a hard time agreeing on how to do it, but we almost had an agreement.  We still are taking all your loot, but now we will graciously allow you to help us decide who gets what.” 

When the hostages balked at helping divide their own possessions for the strong party to steal, and cried out that the strong party should cease going forward with their plan and instead start at square one and create a new plan that was fair to both sides, The Won became incensed: “How dare you evil hostages not work with us?  Why are you unwilling to work together in a spirit of compromise and bipartisanship?” 

And he otherwise did all he could, even on national television, to make the former hostages look small and petty.  Some who saw the televised Address agreed with The Won.  And the former hostages saw this and were amazed.   

Hezekiah, chapter 11, verse 666

* a flasher from Massachusetts

Herschel Walker fights in MMA at 47

Watch second two rounds here.  He retired from the NFL 12 years ago. Twenty years ago he was traded by Dallas to Minnesota for five players and six draft choices (one of which was used on Emmitt Smith).  The Search is on for somebody who could stand up to Herschel.

At 47!?? Are you kiddin me?