18 July 2009


can all relax now, folks! The worst is over! The messiah's economic plans are coming to fruition! Yes, you in the back... you have a question?

How do I know it's all over and happy days are here again?

Why, because the liar in chief's top economic adviser (the guy who got kicked out of Harvard because he pissed off the feminazis, by the way, Larry Summers - tells us so!

The number of people searching for the term “economic depression” on Google is down to normal levels, Summers said.
Searches for the term were up four-fold when the recession deepened in the earlier part of the year, and the recent shift goes to show consumer confidence is higher, Summers told the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
Say what you will about these turds in power, at the very least they have very creative imaginations!

Cronkite and his legacy

The news media will do their usual gloat and celebration when one of their own dies, so I'm sure we'll have wall to wall coverage of how great the man was.

Good riddance, I say. Cronkite changed the face of the media after proclaiming the Vietnam War was lost after the Tet Offensive. Any objective reporter would look at the facts of the battle and realize that it WAS a slaughter - but it was the American forces doing the bulk of the killing, and not the other way around.

With his holier than thou opinion of the battle, and by pushing his own views into a news story, Cronkite changed the face of the media - a change that exists today.

Opinion is treated as fact. Opinion is treated as news. And we find ourselves mired in a situation where up is down and down is up with a news media incapable of reporting objectively and honestly. Forget informed debate. What's more important is ad hominem attacks, ridicule of anyone who doesn't share an inside the beltway view and chastising of anyone who dares to question the news media's grip on the power of information. Cronkite started the trend, and it continues unabated today.

He will not be missed.

16 July 2009

Oh my

I think Mr. Alford deserves a medal. It's nice to see race baiters get called on it.

And a follow up interview with Mr. Alford here.

"And the general emailed me today and said 'go get 'em'."
Make sure to listen and see what he's talking about.

I don't know a damn thing about this guy but I like him already.

And oh yeah, Boxer is an idiot.

15 July 2009


I thought the messiah said he did not want to run car companies?
"I don't want to run auto companies, and I don't want to run banks," Mr. Obama said. "I've got two wars I've got to run already--I've got more than enough to do."
Or at least that's what the chosen one said back in April.

However, as we've seen, you can't trust a single thing that comes out of his mouth. Because today, the TOTUS (Teleprompter of the United States) made POTUS say that he:
“strongly opposes” an effort in Congress to require General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC to restore relationships shed during bankruptcy proceedings, while stopping short of a veto threat.
So, are you telling me that the car companies, 61% owned by the government are going to go against Obama's wishes? Yeah, right.

Like I said. Not a day goes by that I wonder what planet I'm living on.


yet another sign of the times, it would appear we should all just bend over and kiss our collective asses goodbye.

I mean, after all - it appears that it's a major "scandal" that the CIA was looking at setting up hit teams to go after terrorist scumbags.

I cannot tell you how many times I look at the news and wonder what happened to the America I used to know.

I've mentioned this to my friends on several occasions, but my only hope now is that whenever the turds hit us again thanks to the disgusting weakness of our government that no one I care about is hurt. Because mark my words folks, with the people we have running things now, it's just a matter of time.

14 July 2009

So it's come to this

If you are a Republican, then you're obviously white, from the south and a racist.

Sessions is the personification of a party with an overwhelmingly white, Southern, religious membership.
Some observers considered racial bias too sensitive a topic for Sessions and the panel's six other Republicans - all white men - to confront.
Right. We have a liberal activist judge who has been overturned by the Supreme Court more than half the time her cases have wound up before the court. We have a liberal activist judge who has stated on multiple occasions that a hispanic woman can make better decisions than a white man.

But to question her legal mind, or her past statements makes you a racist. Ain't that grand?

I wish they would just end the farce that these hearings have become and vote the woman on the court. Stop insulting my intelligence by telling me that 2+2 = 5, and for me to say it equals 4 only makes ME the idiot. Stop insulting my intelligence by trying to make me believe the Senate will act in any impartial manner when it comes to putting this woman on the Supreme Court. Stop insulting my intelligence by making me watch the joke that our government has become and just put her on the court and be done with it.

Frankly, she's replacing a liberal activist judge as it is so we are not losing any votes on the court; the only thing we are losing is our self respect as a nation of laws - and that's happened a long time ago.

There are more important matters at stake, like the Obama administration rigging the next census to the point that the Democrats never lose control of the Congress. We've got two wars going on, Iran chasing the nuclear genie, North Korea building (and launching) missiles, the ongoing economic issues and instead of focusing on those issues, we are forced to suffer through these ridiculous hearings that are being ramrodded down our throats by a Democrat Party in lust with their power. We're getting a tax and cap bill that's going to further destroy our economy, but save the whales! We're going to get a medical overhaul that will do nothing to help the sick, but will also add to the destruction of our economy. And oh hey, lest I forget, we have a local north Texas Congressman who wants to fix the BCS system so that we have a clear national champion in college football! I would love to think that the Congress would do something useful for a change but I guess that's likely asking too much at this point.

Why is it that I keep getting the image of Nero fiddling away while Rome burned?

12 July 2009

Swearing Makes Pain More Tolerable

That muttered curse word that reflexively comes out when you stub your toe could actually make it easier to bear the throbbing pain, a new study suggests.
No shit!!

I could have told you that 3 decades ago and saved you some money.