Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Delusions of Mankind

Ah they are many, but few as amazing as this:

Capsule:  Prison psychologist bangs “Bloods” gang-banger prisoner in multiple bouts of incandescent concupiscence.  Caught lying about it, she is sentenced to six months, but hubby writes to judge she “was the perfect picture portrait of an ideal citizen.”  In explaining her “loss of judgment,” Spitz said his wife was grieving over the death of her brother and that he was unavailable to her due to working long hours at the office.

Well, one could say this picture perfect ideal citizen should have stuck to banging the pool boy or the drunk next door, in which case it would not be a criminal matter, but her brother died. So banging a gangster seems entirely understandable.

(This oldie but goody found at Roissy)


The Insurgency

Michael J. Lotus (aka Lexington Green over at Chicago Boyz) writes on The Insurgency, “a description of the current crisis in American life.”  Places the Tea Party in a historical context with other big American political movements.  Great stuff!

It reminded me of something I read awhile back by some whiny liberal bitch about how the Tea Party was like the Jacksonian Democrats, who “helped keep slavery in place for another 30 years.”  In other words,  “they’re all raaaaacists!”

I wish I could find that one to link but I think it was in a dead tree newspaper I found at the airport.  Not only did it betray a fundamental misunderstanding of the Tea Party, it betrayed a fundamental misreading of history.

There are a couple of points in common between the Tea Partiers and the Jacksonians.  First, both were tired of the government being controlled by and run for the benefit of rich (coastal) elites that live along the Washington-Boston axis and went to the “right” schools.

Second, both Andy Jackson and the Tea Partiers will only take so much bullshit before they will, literally or figuratively, kick your ass.


Bikini Blogging

There used to be a site called Everything Bikini:  The Bikini Blog by a really cool lady named Tricia.  Sadly, the blog was taken down around the end of 2009.

Luckily, I have a memento to share with SMP readers.  Tricia, wherever you are now, we still admire you!


And you thought you were having a bad day…

Bonus points if you are secure enough in your manhood to admit that she looks kind of hawt.  I’m not.


p.s. cue an old war story from Gramps about his experiences with trannys in3, 2, 1.


Yeah, the good ol’ days when you could just enjoy your goddam cigarette without some antismoking  nazi on your ass about it. Living in the moment, in the music, not worrying about filing a freakin’ Environmental Impact Statement.

Yeah, I’m feeling a little nostalgic right now.  1965,  I was five years old and spent a lot of time with my grandparents.   Grandpa used to sit in his easy chair, drink brandy and smoke his Camels, when he wasn’t smoking his pipe.  He said so many, many funny things, my brother and I used to laugh until we were sick.

He died at 66 of smoking-related diseases (of course) but while he lived, he lived.  He sure as fuck didn’t spend any time worrying about radon in the basement, second-hand smoke, global climate disruption, seat belt laws, his weight, his abs, political correctness, fat grams or how many calories were in his Hamms.

We’re all going to die.  Smoking will, statistically, make one likely to die a few years earlier.  To gain those years, what price have we paid in letting the Feminized State intrude on out private lives?


What if they exposed some flaw in a Republican candidate and nobody cared?

This latest crap about Meg Whitman having a maid who is an illegal alien, and the recent crap about Christine O’Donnell being a witch, blah blah blah got me to thinking that the Republicans/conservatives might be growing up.  We might actually be learning from our mistakes.  I am heartened.

No, I am not heartened by the fact that our candidates are not perfect. I wish they were.  Really. But they ain’t. Ain’t possible even.  Given the option between the perfect conservative candidate and the flawed conservative candidate, I’d take the perfect one every time.   Most conservatives would.  And you know what? Liberals know that about us.  What we perceive as a strength, liberals rightfully saw as a weakness.   Let’s face it, folks.  We. Eat. Our. Own.

Remember back when Bubba was on the hot seat for perjury, abuse of power, obstruction of justice?  And poor Henry Hyde was exposed as having a mistress.  Chomp! CHOMP! CHOMP!  Henry Hyde was “mmmm, mmmmmm, good!”  Never mind that what he did was not morally equivalent to what Bubba did.  We conservatives expected perfection.  So he resigned.

But wait, but wait! John, don’t you remember that Zoe Baird chick? And what’s her name after  her and the whole “Nannygate thing after wards?  Not one but two of Bill Clinton’s nominees for Attorney General withdrew their names for nominee after it was determined that they had hired illegal aliens.  Isn’t that the same thing? Shouldn’t Meg Whitman withdraw from the race in California? Wouldn’t that be the proper thing to do?

In a word, no.  In two words, fuck no.  Democrats care about breaking laws? Puhleeeeeze.   Why should we?  Sure, I know, we are better than they are.  But we aren’t strong enough to knock off our would-be leaders for the Democrats. The Democrats aren’t so stupid.  Bill Clinton committed rape sexual assault abuse of power obstruction of justice perjury “lied about sex”? No biggie.  Remember “nobody gets prosecuted for perjury?  Tell that to Scooter Libby and now Roger Clemens.   Ted Kennedy killed a young woman, Joe Biden plagiarized speeches,  Barney Frank ran a gay bordello out of his basement, and more recently, Timothy Geithner cheated on his taxes?  How did Democrats handle it?  No big deal.  When Democrats lie, cheat or steal, it is a resume enhancement.

Are we like that? No.  But we have to use some discretion.  We are better than them.  But we’ll shoot our generals when and if we feel like it, not when and if the liberals expose some particular flaw that shows that they are human, but which does not disqualify them from the race.

Instead of playing the liberals game of shooting our own generals, we are going to (hopefully) act like adults.  Is a squishy conservative Meg Whitman, who may have hired an illegal alien as a maid (about 1/3 of Californians are illegal aliens, ain’t they?) better than a loony leftist Jerry Brown for Governor of California? That’s the question that ADULTS will have to answer when they go into the voting booth in California in November.

As a good friend was fond of saying, “Hope dis halps!”

John Doe

Obama on Why I Became A “Christian”

Smitty, Smitty, Smitty: sometimes you are just too polite. That’s where John Doe comes in–to keep it real and to reveal the truth.  Here, in Obama’s own words, are why Obama became a “Christian.”

Um, somewhere along the way I became convinced that I was special, destined to lead the world. All those typical white people elected me, a black guy, as the first black editor of the Harvard Law School Law Review.  Damn, my head swelled up so big that I was almost unbearable for a while.  But I liked it.  I did not even actually have to do anything while Editor, and they still loved me.

After graduating, I did not know exactly what I wanted to do with my life, but I retained this feeling of being special, almost in a narcissistic way, if I remember my psychology terms from Occidental.

Then some more typical white people through money at me to get me to write my memoirs.  I blew the advance money on coke and male hookers, and then had no idea how or what to write about.  The typical white people who me all that crazy money were starting to talk about fraud and breach of contract, and wanted a book or their money back.

Then I stumbled upon another typical white man who was a revolutionary as was I.  My friend “Bill” agreed to write my book for me.  I could not believe my good luck.  All these typical white people kept doing me huge, undeserved favors.  I really became convinced that I was special and that I was destined to be something great.

Around that time I decided that I would run for office.  I had all these typical white people falling all over themselves, but I had a problem relating with black people.  Well, they had a problem with me.  I didn’t speak like them, I didn’t live in their neighborhoods, I didn’t eat their food, I didn’t have a thing to do with them usually.  Not too many black folk at Hahhhvad.  So I looked around for a place to build my base.

So I joined the Reverend Wright’s church.  To my surprise he did not believe that it was necessary for a Muslim to convert to Christianity.  He even said as much on national television.  He wasn’t your typical Christian, he was into black power and putting the white man in his place. But his church served my purpose.  I got me a black wife, had me a couple of black children, and fit right in.  Soon, I was elected to office.  It was so easy, it confirmed my ideas that I was indeed special and destined for great things.

Well, one thing lead to another, and soon I was the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nominee.  And we all know in this day and age that a black man with a name like Barack Hussein Obama could never be elected to office if he admitted to being a Muslim.  Dayaamn, I’m special, but I’m not stupid.   So I kinda lied.  I’m not religious any how.  God, if He or She really does exist–and don’t you tell anybody that I said this or I’ll have the Secret Service track you down and dispose of you–but God will forgive me for such a little “whitey” lie, because I’m special and was destined to became President of the United States.   Now swear to me Mr. Doe that you will never tell anybody about our little discussion!  Here, swear on this stack of Holy Qur’an.

John Doe

p.s. I swear this really happened.

Giant Kidney Worms

Never heard of these but it sounds as though they are not uncommon in certain areas of the USA.

John Don’t Want no Kidney Worms Doe

Cults in the Martial Arts (and Elsewhere)

Marc “Animal” MacYoung’s Cults in the (Martial Arts) World is a thing of beauty and “sense”, as befits his whole great site No-Nonsense Self-Defense.  Real-world, no-bullshit information that we should be teaching our children (and ourselves).

Note the universal application of his description of cults and cult-like behavior:

When it comes to cults, there is nothing simple about them. Cults have incredibly complex business/interpersonal/marketing/spiritual /psychological dynamics. However, there is one overriding element, making money.

There are many other great articles there.  Surf around and sample.  You might start with Self-Defense Explained.

(h/t In Mala Fide)


A bit of misplaced, yet righteous outrage

By Doug Hagin and Cross-Posted at TheDaley Gator

From the fine folks at Weasel Zippers who, by aiming for the easy to pick low hanging fruit, miss the real issue with Obama’s ideology.

Oops He Did It Again: For Second Time, Obama Omits “Creator” When Speaking of “Inalienable Rights” Cited in Declaration of Independence…

Now, the real problem im the Obamassiah’s statement is not his “omission” of the word Creator. Here first read his statement.

Just seven days after he sparked controversy by omitting the word “Creator” when he closely paraphrased the passage from the Declaration of Independence that says all men “are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights,” President Barack Obama again omitted the Creator when speaking about the “inalienable rights” that “everybody is endowed with.” This time the president was speaking at a Sept. 22 fundraiser for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City, and his reference to “inalienable rights” was not as close a paraphrasing of the Declaration as it had been the week before.

“And what was sustaining us was that sense that, that North Star, that sense that, you know what, if we stay true to our values, if we believe that all people are created equal and everybody is endowed with certain inalienable rights and we’re going to make those words live, and we’re going to give everybody opportunity, everybody a ladder into the middle class, every child able to go as far as their dreams will take them–if we stay true to that, then we’re going to be able to maintain the energy and the focus, the fight, the gumption to get stuff done,” Obama said at the DCCC/DSCC event, according to the transcript posted by the White House.

To me, he says we are “Created” so the fishing for hidden meanings in the fact that he does not say “Creator” as well misses the larger issue. Focus on this quote.

 if we stay true to our values, if we believe that all people are created equal and everybody is endowed with certain inalienable rights and we’re going to make those words live, and we’re going to give everybody opportunity, everybody a ladder into the middle class,

Yep, see, his version of our national ideal is that the GOVERNMENT is going to GIVE opportunity, and somehow ensure EVERYONE has a place in the MIDDLE CLASS. Sorry Barry, but the Founders spoke of freedoms like the PURSUIT of happiness, not any guarantee of happiness, and certainly no government “ladders” into any certain class. Their ideal was more along the lines of keeping the government out-of-the-way. Once again, Obama’ vision, and that of his entire party, of America is out of touch with the men who founded America.