Monday, September 29, 2008

Who's to blame for the current economic crisis?

As much as I'd like to write a long and winding essay on who is to blame for the current financial situation that we're in, this video on YouTube does a pretty darn good job of describing it all by itself. Please turn down your volume if you dislike crappy music and the sound of Obamassiah's voice makes your skin crawl:

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Man, am I good or what?

Someone else is starting to get it too. The only way Obama can lose is due to racism, not because people disagree with him or the fact that he's a far left loonier than batshit liberal, or because he's just wrong too much. Nope, it's because of the color of his skin.

Good to know that I'm still way ahead of the rest, even if I'm not writing for National Review!

Monday, September 22, 2008

Confrontation #1

I drive a truck. Not a big burly farm truck, but a truck nonetheless. On the back of my truck is a Marine Corps sticker, an American flag, and I used to have a Bush/Cheney 04 sticker. However, last week I replaced the Bush/Cheney sticker (not because I no longer support President Bush but because there is very limited real estate in the back window of a pickup truck if you don't want to get pulled over) with a sticker that states "Vote Democrat. It's easier than working".

Now, I fully expected that sticker to irritate some folks. I mean, let's face it, God did put me on this earth to piss people off and so far, I've far exceeded his expectations. However, I don't think I expected the type of reaction I got in a gas station in Mattawan Michigan on Saturday. I was minding my own business, putting the prerequisite $75 worth of gas in my empty tank and a guy yells from the vehicle behind me "Hey, what's that sticker supposed to mean?". Knowing that the guy either a) knew full well what it meant and wanted to be a smart ass or b) was truly a liberal and needed it explained in smaller words, I smiled kindly and said "It means that I believe that people should work for things and not have the government give them everything, unlike the majority of Democrats". He continued:
"You a Republican?"
"No sir, I just believe that people can do better for themselves than the government can do for them"
"Well, when Democrats are elected people get a fairer share of things"
"Really? Of what do we get a fairer share? Do we get to keep a 'fairer share' of our income? That's not what the facts show. The facts show that when Democrats get elected, we get to keep less of our income because they keep raising taxes."
"Well, Democrats look out for people"
"No, actually Democrats look out for themselves and try to make sure you're more reliant on the government and in turn more reliant upon them"
"Democrats try to cut our taxes and make business pay more of their fair share"
"Really, and how has that worked out for us here in Michigan? Looks like Jenny and the boys have done such a great job that we now lead the nation in unemployment."

At that point his friend, the driver, who I think was the lone braincell in the vehicle returned and made a comment I can't quite remember but essentially called his friend crazy. My wife was in my truck, saying hail mary's and hoping that I didn't walk back to the other guy's vehicle. When I got back in the truck, after filling up both my fuel and motivation to slap down more ignorant liberals, she looked at me and said:

"I'm not driving your truck ever again".

Which hey, is almost as cool as slappin down an ignorant liberal on a beautiful Saturday afternoon.

I <3 The Onion

Obama Promises To Stop America's Shitty Jobs From Going Overseas

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Wait, the Republicans are the insenstive ones?

A recent AP poll show that 3/10 people who identify themselves at Dimwitocrats have "racial misgivings". Yeah, the only big surprise there is that three admitted it. I'd say more like 6, but eh, I'm just some redneck clinging to my guns and religion. Just a few examples of how open minded and sensitive the Dimwitocrats are:

And that doesn't even include Michelle Obama's college thesis. These people are wrong-minded. Completely.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Playing the race card

I'm going to go somewhere that no one else is going. At least, no one I've read that made any damn sense. And I'm going to try to do it in a manner that is at least somewhat logical, unlike what you'll read on many blogs and mainstream media sites.

There have been a couple comments lately from people like the governor of Kansas, Kathy Sebelius, has said that "race may be a factor" in the election. She's basically saying that Americans are racist, or at least the Americans who are voting for John McCain and not the Obamessiah. While the McCain camp has done a tremendous job of steering VERY clear of anything that would imply that they would bring up race as a factor in this campaign, the Obamessiah's campaign has been MORE than willing to play the race card repeatedly. Sebelius is only the most recent messenger, but several have been out there trying to play on the guilt and lack of intelligence of some voters out there. "Hmm, if I support McCain, am I a closet racist?" some of your less intellectual crowd may ask. And those who have the brains full of mush (those would be your recent college students as well as the Dimwitocrat voters and 95% of Hollyweird), will think "well, this will go to show EVERYONE that I'm NOT a racist".

The problem with that argument is that, no one really f-ing cares. Seriously. No one. Not one f-ing person. Your voting for Obamessiah because you've been a closet racist all these years will NOT make up for your supporting of affirmative action because you think that at their core, minorities are just not as intelligent as whites. It will not make up for your crossing the street when you see a black man coming directly at you on the sidewalk. It will not make up for all the times when you saw a black woman with more than 4 kids and thought "probably on welfare", instead of "Catholic family". No, no amount of white guilt will be assuaged with this vote, no matter how much you think it will be.

But the Obamessiah supporters are already out there, playing this card to it's hilt, shoving the race card in front of everyone, making sure everyone knows that Obamessiah is black. And if we don't elect him, it's because we're racist and because America isn't ready for a black president. They won't acknowledge that it's because we don't believe in the direction he wants to take the country, they won't acknowlege that it's because he wants to turn us into Europe and make us subservient once again to foreign interest (as Jimmy Carter worked to do). No, it's purely racism, and America just isn't as open-minded as our European colleagues.....except that no European country has ever elected a black president, prime minister, or leader either. But that doesn't matter.

Bottom line, IF the Obamessiah loses this fall, plan on the spin to be "it's because YOU ARE racist" that he lost and America is a racist country.

Heard it here first.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Untalented Hollywood Tramps Against Palin - pt 2

And in a shocking turn of events, yet another no-talent-assclown Hollywood personality (to call her an actress would be an insult to actresses everywhere) has come out against Sarah Palin. Lindsey Loserhan has came out against Sarah Palin.

Well, if that don't seal the deal for you, I sincerely hope that you get that tumor in your head checked out.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Pammy doesn't like Sarah

Apparently strong women are something that Pamela Anderson just can't stand. Recently in an interview (Not sure what sort of crap project she's promoting now, but...), she said "She can suck it. I can't stand her" when asked about Sarah Palin.

Now this brings up two things:
1. I would think that "She can suck it" from one of the biggest whores in Hollywood would be a compliment, but apparently not.
2. I'm impressed with her intellectual prowess and verbal capacity. Or....not.

Let's face it, Ms. I've had more bones in me than a graveyard isn't going to influence anyone's vote, nor is Matt "I'm the talented one, he's the pretty one" Damon going to influence anyone with more than a room temperature IQ with his "bad Disney movie" comment.
But what does this say about Dimwitocrats in general? Their overwhelming contempt for regular Americans as not being of sufficient breeding to hold high office shows that our dollars are misspent on entertainment and should be spent elsewhere. Or at least, spend them on the conservative actors that respect America and our heritage and heartland.

Of course, I'm just a midwestern guy who actually served is country in more of a military capacity and not entertainment capacity, so what the hell do I know?

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Never forget

Never forget that there is true evil in the world and they are more than willing to attack the free people of the world to advance their beliefs and gain power. As long as there are people willing to kill innocents, we must not stand by and watch them rise to power.

You stay classy Obama

Several notes:
1. When a Republican says something like a candidate's "only qualification is that she hasn't had an abortion", that Republican is forced to resign through pressure via the media and Dimwitocrats constantly bemoaning the hate speech coming from 'the Right'. However, when the Dimwitocratic Chairperson of South Carolina says it about the Republican candidate, that's perfectly fine and not even mentioned on any major news outlets. Shocker.
And the media is baffled, just baffled, about recent polls that show the American people thinking they're in Barry Hussein Obama's pocket.
2. I was reminded, during his 'lipstick on a pig' comment, of Barry's response to Hillary cleaning his clock in the Philadelphia debate. He had just been busted with his comment about small town people clinging to guns and religion and was mostly on the defensive for a bit there, until the media gave him a pass. See if you can pick out Barry's clandestine sign language message to Hillary:

3. Why is it that Dimwitocrats are allowed to politicize 9/11 when it comes to their own purposes to complain about the war, complain about our defending ourselves, complain about health issues, complain about global warming, complain about the price of gas...damn near anything...but yet when a Republican who lived through and LED through 9/11 such as Rudy Giuliani merely mentions it in a speech, they're demonized by intellectual midgets such as Keith Olbermann as politicizing 9/11? Oh wait, we're just supposed to let that happen, I forgot.

Friday, September 05, 2008

Illinois leadership

This is not meant as a crack on my friends in Chicago. As many of you know, I love visiting Chi-town and enjoy the culture, restaurants, and bars of the area. I'm not a big fan of the general attitude of the citizens there that it's the center of the universe, but I also have that dislike of citizens of LA and NYC as well, since they all seem to have that same general misconception.

However, it's nice to see that during this summer, the time that Barack Obama has been an Illinois Senator, more people have been murdered in Chicago than died in a war zone, Iraq.

Yes, I can hear you now "well, that can't be blamed on Obama", and normally I'd agree with you. US Senators really don't have any sort of influence on the local politics of a state, despite the fact that they really SHOULD. This sort of thing is where Governors and Mayors are held responsible, not US Senators. Governors and Mayors like, oh, say.....Sarah Palin. They're the folks who get grief when crime is up and the economy is down, not the US Senators, especially since those schmucks only face re-election once every 6 years, so they often miss the cycles of economics. Let's face it, in Michigan, during the last 30 years we've had the Carl Levin as our senator and has he ONCE been held responsible for the piss poor economy in the state? Not once, which explains why he's STILL in the Senate.

So when folks say that Obama has more experience because he has been a federal government official versus a local official, they have no idea what the hell they're talking about. And Obama's claim that he has more executive experience because he's running his campaign is ridiculously circuitous logic. He doesn't RUN his campaign anyway, his campaign manager and all his handlers do. Is he now taking credit for the decisions made by his campaign managers? Of course candidates take credit for things that others do, but to say that he's "running" his campaign and that gives him executive experience that qualifies him for the office he's campaigning for is just ridiculous.

Thursday, September 04, 2008

Just in case you missed it....

Yeah, I hate pMSNBC as much as any thinking human being, but couldn't find it in full anywhere else.

More Sarah

As I surf around and read comments in articles written about the speech last night, I found an instant classic:

"Sarah Palin has cured my electile dysfunction".

If that doesn't say exactly what I've been feeling for the last week, I don't know what does....

hehe....electile dysfunction.....

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Convention stuff

Doing a little live-blogging of the Republican National convention...

Rudy reminded me of why it is I respect him and wish he was a lot more socially conservative. His attack-dog mentality and ability to understand and appreciate the realities of the world and the dangers that face this country really showed in his speech. Best line of the speech? "And on this side you have a candidate who has an Ivy League education and was a organizer?". I liked the comment about how Osama....I mean, Obama, couldn't make up his mind for 130 votes in the state senate and instead voted "Present".

Then Sarah Palin came on and the crowd goes frickin crazy. Probably a good 2-3 minute ovation, not letting her begin her speech until about 10:30. During her speech, she reminded me why it is that I liked her back when I saw her on CSPAN about a year ago during some national governor's convention. She talked about her family, her reforms that she's implemented in the short time she's been governor including introducing competition in the utilities there and the creation of a natural gas pipeline from Alaska. Several great lines, such as "What's the difference between a hockey mom and a pitbull? Lipstick" as well as some comments about how she'd have to explain to Obama/Biden exactly what the responsibilities of a small-town mayor or governor would be. She said the job of a mayor is kind of like a community organizer...except the mayor has some responsibilities and has to answer to people. I also liked how she pointed out that he had time to write two memoirs but not enough time to write a single law. Another good line "In politics, there are some who use change to promote their careers, while there are others who use their careers to promote change".

And WOW, she is viciously hilarious.

Where are the feminists?

When Sarah Palin is attacked because she's not going to have enough time to devote to her family as VP, where's Hillary stepping up and saying "HEY, BACK OFF ASSWIPE"? Where's Nancy Pelosi telling the whiners at DailyKos to chill the hell out on the attacks and investigations of the children of Sarah Palin? Why is it that attacks and investigations of Chelsea Clinton's sex life was off limits but Bristol Palin is fair game?

Geraldine Ferraro, the very first woman to EVER be on a national party ticket, is the only voice I've heard in the wilderness of feminism to actually be voicing some annoyance with this sort of complaint. Other than Republicans of course, but their voices don't count in the media. Neither will Geraldine's or any other feminist who dares to voice an opposition to the mainstream media's playbook.


Hypocrisy of the highest order

So, let me understand this....Dimwitocrats constantly complain that Republicans are close-minded and completely unaccepting of non-traditional families, births out of wedlock and generally puritannical when it comes to anything relating to sex or familial relations.

However, over the last presidency, we've had a VP with a lesbian daughter, fully accepted into the Republican establishment. Guess that doesn't count.

And now, we have a VP who has a daughter that is pregnant out of wedlock at 17 and the Dimwitocrats are the ones up in arms about it. Hell, they're even accusing Sarah Palin of faking her own pregnancy that resulted in the birth of her son, suggesting that her daughter actually had the baby and Palin was covering up for her. Apparently these folks have nothing else better to do than watch "Desperate Housewives" and post to the Daily Kos.

Hell, I think that the Dim's should be praising Sarah (if they want to remain intellectually honest, which we all know they couldn't do if their lives depended upon it) for vowing to support her daughter no matter what. But of course, the cries of "hypocrisy" come out.
"How can the party that teaches abstinence put a VP who has a daughter who is pregnant out of wedlock on the ticket?"..... Gee, idiot, perhaps because she's the right person for the job and we acknowledge that despite all our efforts, sometimes it fails. Unlike you folks who are completely perf...*cough* *choke*...sorry, couldn't even get that out.

Message to the Kos Kids: We're not the ones raising hell about the unwed mom, you are. We're not the ones attacking the female for being a female, you are. Perhaps, the women voters should take note and ensure that their support isn't thrown behind the same candidate that these psycho's support.