Monday, October 31, 2011

Another black conservative, another high tech lynching.

Tell me again, how long did it take the legacy media to report on John Edwards? Oh, and how about the total pass given to Bill Clinton?

It's not just he double standard that gets me. It's the fact that they keep using the same old playbook.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Wherever you have more that one confessor to the Religion of Pieces, you're going to have trouble.

If Muslims volunteer to attend a Roman Catholic university and don't like to be surrounded by symbols of Roman Catholicism, well, as we say in Atlanta, "Delta's ready when you are."

The next time a Muslim complains about crucifixes at a Roman Catholic institution, some Roman Catholic should take a Muslim head - blasphemy works both ways, after all. Complaints would immediately cease.

This won't happen, of course. They have cultural confidence, while we have nothing but multiculturalism and diversity - handmaidens of cultural suicide.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

The Won may want to reconsider getting out of Iraq. If he does, where will he stash all the witnesses to his scandals?

There's always Afghanistan, I suppose. Or Guantanamo, for that matter.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

The Won: Nobel Peace Prize winner, Battlefield Commander.

The Won, either desperate for reelection or displaying the "smart diplomacy" we heard about, has managed to get us kicked out of Iraq. Forty four hundred lives, tens of thousands of wounded, and it's about to all be pissed away.

There's a reason we're still in Germany and Japan, 60+ years after WWII: We steadied them as they grew their democratic institutions. Poor Iraq won't get the same help. The likely outcome is Saudi Arabia appeals to Iraq's Sunnis, and Iran appeals to its Shi'ites, and between them they tear the country apart. Maybe Turkey takes advantage of that to finally solve its Kurdish problem.

In the meantime, having "led from behind", Egypt, Libya, and Tunisia will likely see Islamist governments. Oh, and Egypt will likely see famine to boot. Goodbye Copts: Egypt's Muslim majority will vent its rage and fear on you. Egypt has lost control of the Sinai, but I'm sure al Shabaab will fill that particular vacuum.

The bottom line here is that The Won is completing the screwing of the Middle East that Jimmy Carter started back in 1979. If that area avoids a major war, it'll be by complete dumb luck.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

When you hear an Occupy Wall Street type talking about redistributing the wealth, issue a smackdown with this.

Stolen? Or repossessed?

How odd! The Devil is not looking out for one of his own.

Which, well, thank God for that.

Monday, October 17, 2011

It appears the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is working to hide documents that are subject to a Freedom of Information Act request.

Anthropogenic global warming (AGW) is a scam. The more light that's shone on the actors, the more they scuttle away, like cockroaches looking for rocks to hide under. Look at Algore. Having sated himself on the offerings of dupes and cynics, he's dragged his bloated carcass to his tacky California Shangri La.

People who profess to be AGW believers are dupes at best; at worst, they're power-seeking cynics.

I was down at Everybody's Pizza yesterday afternoon. Across the road was a single smelly know-it-all hippie, holding up a sign that said "Occupy USA."

The dozens of Emory types facing him, sipping their lattes and beers, eating their pizza and tacos, watched on. Even the kid with the gold hammer and sickle on his red Macbook Pro (Which, what's up with that?) (Yay, capitalism!) just sat back and did nothing.

No love for OWS at Emory.

Looks like The Won just invaded Uganda, with South Sudan, the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of the Congo coming up next.

This has the feel of 1965. Could it be The Won wants to leave behind an unwinnable war for the Republican who succeeds his single term?

Oh, and has the Nobel Award Committee ever revoked a peace prize?

Worst President evah.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Dennis Ritchie just died.

The first big system I ever developed, CTAPS, was done in C and SQL on a MicroVAX III running Ultrix. We even had GKS to display maps and allow for very crude airspace deconfliction.

Anyway, having been working in FORTRAN 77 on a VAX 11/782 running VMS 4.7, it was such a pleasure to have utilities like sed, awk, make, grep, cut, vi, ctags, etc., along with the UNIX pipe-and-filter approach to attaching them. Working as I did on both MS/DOS and UNIX operating systems, I can't begin to tell you how many times I loaded a file into vi and issued the command ":1,$s/^M//g".

As for the C programming language itself, well, after FORTRAN it was like I had died and gone to heaven.

I seem to recall that Vernor Vinge has a couple of science fiction books set hundreds of years in the future that reference nano-computers that run, yes, UNIX. I believe it likely.

Friday, October 07, 2011

Occupy Wall Street paid protesters.

Since they're not Tea Party types, you won't hear about this in the news. Mostly you'll hear about brown people from south of the border protesting America's racism, or some such.

Thursday, October 06, 2011

The Won's bag man at DoE has resigned.

I think that between the $ub$idie$ to "Green" energy and gun-running to Mexico, this administration is just about done. The next year will be all about scandal and resignations.

Oh, and vacations. The First Lady has to get her world travel in, along with her "Senior Staffers," Malia and Sasha.

Huh. If you're occupying Wall Street, then The Won thinks you're expressing the frustrations of the American public.

On the other hand, if you're a member of the Tea Party, you're a barbarian SOB hobbit.

The difference, of course is that OWS is run by unions. More here.

From here, we see that about 36% of government workers are unionized, as are about 7% of private-sector workers. Total union membership is about 14 million people out of a US working population of about 140 million people. (Of course, The Won's disastrous policies have inspired an ongoing economic depression that may have changed these figures a bit, but since the Attorney General of the US can't remember shipping machine guns to Mexican narco-terrorists, I'll take these figures as good enough for government work.)

Small minority that they are, American unions are nonetheless a powerful shakedown mechanism for funding the Democrat party. This is why union-sponsored street theater will always have Democrat support.

In this case, however, something else is going on. Wall Street is fleeing The Won. The Chicago Way is not to let them go, but rather to send in thugs to make them see the light. This is why we're seeing protests, and this is why The Won approves.

UPDATE: Oh look! ACORN is in on the act. If you need to know what government services are available to help you start pimpin' underage Central American ho's, well, OWS looks like the place to be.

Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Steve Jobs is dead. What a terrible pity.

The first desktop PC I ever used was an Apple II. I own a MacBook Pro and the wife has in IPad and iPhone. Awesome machines all.

Monday, October 03, 2011

Oh, BTW, The Won has had his DoJ smuggle automatic weapons into Mexico, to arm Mexican drug cartels.

Imagine a Republican President doing this sort of thing. No. Wait. I can. In the case of The Won, however, well, he's a Democrat. So, free pass.

UPDATE: An actual reporter begins to report on The Won's smuggling of automatic weapons to Mexican narco-terrorists. A DoJ spokeswoman calls to comment. "AAIRRGGHHAIIRRREEEAARGH," she explains.

A thought occurrs. If a CBS reporter is starting to report on the criminal wrongdoings in The Won's regime, does this mean the fourth estate is about to start vetting The Won? Five years too late, obviously. But still, better late than never.

UPDATE: Special Counsel requested.

The next Solyndra.

Damn! The Won is throwing loads o' cash to his friends.

The$e $urely are "Green" project$.

The Won marched with the New Black Panther Party (NBPP) back in 2007.

This probably explains Eric Holder's decision to drop voter intimidation charges leveled against the NBPP.

What's the New Black Panther Party? This is the New Black Panther Party.

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