Sunday, February 28, 2010

Friday, February 26, 2010

Home again.

The Royal Irish Regiment, invading Iraq.

For those recent Democrat voters who still don't get it.

Charlie Rangel has ethics problems. Of course the staff's to blame.

I mean, he's rolling around in so much loose change, how can he be expected to track who's paying for his travel?

So, that health care summit yesterday. Well!

Hysteric of the day had to be Tom Harkin. Dear Lord. Actually, the Democrats in general. All they had was sob story after sob story, culminating in the bit about the second-hand dentures. They had no substantive policy proposals, just a litany of fail, in an attempt to make Republicans look like ogres. They can't win on logic, only on emotional appeal. And really, isn't that all of liberalism, summed up? The Won, naturally, listened intently.

Adults of the day: The entire Republican delegation. They came off as bright-eyed, bushy-tailed, and informed. Just listening to Eric Cantor reading off chapter and verse of the evil that is the Senate plan made the wait worthwhile. The Won, naturally, interrupted, calling the Senate bill a "political prop".

Empty suit of the day: The Won, who showed himself, yet again, to be the least-informed, most-childish person in the room. I think he actually flipped the bird at a couple of Republicans, in that passive-aggressive way of his. That, when he wasn't clenching his jaw and shooting daggers from his eyes. He lost big on this one. He looks arrogant, unable to take criticism, inclined to hissy-fits, completely spoiled. Dear God! Americans elected this as the chief executive of the country. Definitely an argument for raising the voting age to 30, and limiting the franchise to net taxpayers.

So, what next? I think Harry Reid, moron that he is, will pursue a budget reconciliation strategy for ramming this through the US Senate. That, at least, was his parting shot yesterday. Health care, and Senate skullduggery, will be in the news for *months*. And even if the Senate does force something through, it'll likely die in the House. This means we'll have an electorate motivated to fire just about every Democrat up for re-election, for no gain in The Won's socialist agenda. Come January 2011, The Won will be politically neutered, and the Republic can sail on, financially wounded by the Democrat party's recent deficits, but having dodged a large socialist bullet.


Thursday, February 25, 2010

Looks like DeKalb County is figuring out ways to close that $100 million budget shortfall: going after fraud, waste, and abuse.

UPDATE: Yes, this is the guy who just took a $15k pay raise.

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Did "Dingy" Harry Reid just tell us that we'd better re-elect him, or he'd beat up his wife?

Thursday, February 18, 2010

The Royal Irish Regiment marches off to Iraq with "There's Whiskey in the Jar."

And EVERYONE in town knows they're going to war.

God! Love the Irish.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010


As the depression continues, men are on the street, while women continue to be employed. The title says otherwise, read the text to get closer to the truth:
"One of the things that we've noticed is a lot more unsheltered, mostly men who claim this is the first time they've been homeless, who indicate that it's due to a loss of wages or loss of job, because of the economy."

Offered without a lot of trenchant comment. Except that I suppose men deserve this, because of the patriarchy, or the Sistine Chapel, or D-Day, or some such stupidity that women were smart enough to steer clear of. And shelter from. Under men.

Women. Feh.

I suppose one thing to learn about the global warming fraud is that companies are whores to government, and the larger they are, the more they are whores.

It would never occur to a Democrat that the way to make private companies less whorish would be to reduce the influence of government. Because, wait, reduce the size of government?!??!?!??!!!!!!!111Eleventy1!!1!!!!!!!!!!!11

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

White female leftist shoots three brown people, after shooting her own brother. Legacy media mostly silent.

If she'd been a Tea Party member who listened to Rush Limbaugh, on the other hand...

Finally, a sensible decision from The Won.

There will doubtless be a Green (because they're too Yellow to admit they're Red) backlash against this.

The TSA in action.

"You don't professionalize unless you Federalize."

Just remember, every time a TSA agent hassles you, or rips you off, that this regime was imposed on you by Tom Daschle, and a collection of Democrats.

Monday, February 15, 2010

My thoughts, on hearing the news that US Senator Evan Bayh has announced his intention to retire from the US Senate:

"Thank you, President Won. Thank you very much. Please keep up the good work."

You know, I think I've been a little too hard on The Won, with regard to campaign promises.

He did say that with his election, the rise of the oceans would begin to slow, and the planet would begin to heal.

For myself, I howled with laughter at the man's messianic rhetoric. Still, here we are, a year later, and the whole global warming thing is in the toilet. The glaciers are not going to melt, and 50% of Holland is not under water!

All hail The Won!

Sunday, February 14, 2010

That "Global Warming" is a fraud is well-reported in the UK. On this side of the Atlanta, there's not a peep about it in the legacy media. The truth won't serve a statist agenda, so it must be ignored.

And the legacy media still fails to understand why the public increasingly has no interest in its product.

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Best amazon reviews of all time!

As of this week, The Won has declared himself "agnostic" on the question of raising taxes on people earning less than $250,000 per year.

At this point, has he left any campaign promises unbroken?

Oh. Of course. It's Bush's fault.

One wonders how long the mendacity and buck-passing will be a workable agenda.

Democrats. Feh.

UPDATE: You enjoy no reasonable expectation of privacy in your - or at least your cell phone's - whereabouts. The usual suspects are utterly silent about this. Oh! Right! Democrat President! The Won!

Friday, February 12, 2010

The last Kennedy in the US Congress is quitting, ahead of being fired. Goody.

In the immortal words of Oliver Cromwell, "You have sat too long for any good you have been doing. Depart, I say, and let us have done with you. In the name of God, go!"

The gang that couldn't shoot straight.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

I laughed at this until I cried.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

I love this guy! What a great performer.

Something from the squids.

I love this. Unfortunately, they've kind of gone French, or Muslim, in recent years.

The Solution
Bertolt Brecht

After the uprising of the 17th June
The Secretary of the Writers Union
Had leaflets distributed in the Stalinallee
Stating that the people
Had forfeited the confidence of the government
And could win it back only
By redoubled efforts. Would it not be easier
In that case for the government
To dissolve the people
And elect another?

What The Won needs right now.

Monday, February 08, 2010

I wonder if the bitter-clingers will turn out for the upcoming special election?

Sunday, February 07, 2010

There are moments when you just have to love Canadians.

Friday, February 05, 2010

Dear President Won,

Please stop.

Just shut up. Just go away. Just stop bankrupting us. Just stop lying.

Just stop.

Thanks in advance,


Huh. So, in honor of Black History Month, the NBC cafe is serving fried chicken?!?!?!!!!

You can't write this stuff.

The British Government is investigating whether climate scientistsliars committed criminal acts.

Goody. As a "denier" (i.e., reality-driven observer of the world), I will be happy to see this lot go to jail.

By the way, will Algore and the IPCC be returning their shared Nobel Award?

Thursday, February 04, 2010

Tools for what might be dubbed muscular  tax collection.

The day's coming when the Federal Government will be sending in the US Army to collect taxes.

The DoJ is hoping to hire some f***ing retards.

You know, Democrats.

Wednesday, February 03, 2010

So, the mayor of Las Vegas just called The Won "a slow learner."

Until recently, I had been under the impression - via the legacy media - that The Won was the smartest US President ever. I am happy the mayor has clarified that misunderstanding.

I wonder whether The Won will have some dead fish delivered. Probably not, one supposes, given the current uproar. Still, The Won *is* a slow learner.

Monday, February 01, 2010

Lech Walesa, of blessed "Solidarity" fame, gave a speech today, wherein he described the US as a declining power, well on the way to socialism. Given the shabby way The Won has treated Poland and Czechoslovakia, and is treating the US, can anyone blame Walesa?

Democrats. Give 'em one-party rule, and they'll give you Carter. Happens every damn time. They just can't be trusted as anything but a rump party, elected to keep the natural center-right tendencies of America in check. Call them our nagging, back-seat-driver conscience, let them guide, but never give them the steering wheel or the purse.

If there's a number beyond "trillion", please keep it away from The Won.

Despite his protestations, The Won will surpass eight years of wretched excess by his predecessor in only two years. And he has no plans to stop.

He really is a socialist: By bankrupting the country, he intends an equal distribution of misery.

It looks like Queen Antoinette has been using the United States Air Force as her family's private airline.


The Won submits his budget today. Trillion dollar deficits as far as the eye can see.

I used to think Bush, et al., were reckless. Then The Won showed up.

Roll on November.


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