Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Back Fire

Bart Mangled Banner
Boned Jello
The (2004) Simpson's episode "Bart Mangled Banner" was pretty clearly meant to lampoon conservatives. I watched it again last night and thought, ya know, this thing plays better during this Obamunist occupation. There are some cute gimmicks and snappy dialog, which is about all I kept. You Tube won't allow embedding (copyright issues), but you can see it here. Politics aside, I think it's fun.

Obama Youth

Blue-State Bonanza for Americorps Funding

These numbers don't approach the perhaps hyperbolic remark by candidate Obama in July 2008 that "[w]e've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded [as our military]." But a force of 250,000 isn't insignificant; our Marine Corps numbers 203,000.
Overall, states that voted for Obama in 2008 garnered 81% of Ted Kennedy Serve America funding, while red states were thrown a bone of the remaining 19%.
Boned Jello

1965 Chevy Commercial

Tom Mann


President's limo is nick named "The Beast."

Have you ever wondered what all those extra SUVs are in the Presidential or VIP motorcades? You

know, the ones with severely tinted windows. The SUV's that no one gets in or out. Maybe they are unmarked 'black helicopters' on four wheels... Well, wonder no more. They have a 6 barreled 7.62 mm
mini gun.  They fire over 4,000 rounds per minute The wipers need to be run to remove spent casings when the weapon is firing. This video is from the company that makes this happen. The vehicle is also armor plated.

Tom Mann

Fuck Capitalism

America needs a 21st century economic plan because we now know the market-worshipping, privatizing, de-regulating, dehumanizing American financial plan has failed and should never be revived, worshipping the market again. It has failed America and everyone that works here. 

Unindicted former Service Employees International Union (SEIU) head Andy Stern, sitting on President Obama's National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform
In-your- face!

Sausage Maker

Either way, he's bad news.

Alien in the White House
Boned Jello
One of his first reforms was to rid the White House of the bust of Winston Churchill—a gift from Tony Blair—by packing it back off to 10 Downing Street. A cloudlet of mystery has surrounded the subject ever since, but the central fact stands clear. The new administration had apparently found no place in our national house of many rooms for the British leader who lives on so vividly in the American mind. [Dorothy Rabinowitz, The Alien in the White House ]
While I think it's better than even odds that he's an illegal alien, I have yet to read a better explanation for this man's actions than those postulated in Barack Hussein Obama and Indonesia: there's no place like home, a.k.a. "Our First Third World President."
One of the reasons a lot of Americans find Obama oddly foreign is that he had an oddly foreign childhood: his formative years were spent in Indonesia. His half-sister, Maya Soetoro Ng, was born there. The rest of Obama's childhood was spent in Honolulu, a Pacific Ocean capital soaked in East Asian culture.

What's this got to do with Britain, or indeed with Europe? Plenty. Obama is the first US president who was raised without cultural or emotional or intellectual ties to either Britain or Europe (or the United States). The British and the Europeans have been so enchanted with  'America's first black president' that they haven't been able to see what he really is: America's first Third World president.
Boned Jello
Everything makes sense under this scenario, bearing in mind that virtually 100% of his known mentors were communists.

Tap Dancing Democrats

Tap Dance

MoSup was telling me about a meeting at work, where the" new world order" was presented (laid-down). A slew of questions from concerned employees folowed.  I asked how that went, and she said, "remember that scene from CHICAGO?  The tap dancing in court?"  I did.  My gawd, its our national political discourse with the Obamacy!   See if you agree  (re: closed captions.  Only clip I could find)

Face it, the man hates the flag

What's Missing
from Barry's Press Conference?

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Les Douches

Liquid Douche

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Wednesday Putz Report

Shades of Ray Nagin's schoolbuses:
miles and miles of oil booms sit unused in warehouses

Tippers embarrassment

 Tipper is prolly overcome
by her embarrassment.

Penn Law

A cross examination of global warming science conducted by the University of Pennsylvania’s Institute for Law and Economics has concluded that virtually every claim advanced by global warming proponents fail to stand up to scrutiny. [Watts-up]

But, let's not allow the facts to interfere with our investment in this fraud, shall we?

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Bonus: Warming in Last 50 Years Predicted by Natural Climate Cycles

Sarah growls back

Less Talkin’, More Kickin’

Tweaking a hapless dog

In September 2008, 60 Minutes correspondent Steve Kroft interviewed Senator Barack Obama.  He asked, "Why you? I mean, why do you think you would be a good president?"  Obama responded with a litany of gobbeldy-gook.

KROFT: But what is there specifically about you? You mentioned disposition. You mentioned disposition. What skills and traits do you have that would make you a good president?

OBAMA: Look, I'm a practical person. One of the things I'm good at is getting people in a room with a bunch of different ideas. Who sometimes violently disagree with each other. And finding common ground. And a sense of common direction, and that's the kind of approach I think that prevents you from making some of the enormous mistakes that we've seen over the last eight years. 

 60 Minutes, compelled by desire to get this man elected, later scrubbed that inanity from the public transcript.   Continuing.

KROFT: We've talked a lot of times, and we've talked a lot about the issue of experience. And, according to the latest CBS News poll and all the polls, it still remains one of the things that people are concerned about with you -- the lack of executive experience. I mean, suppose you wake up on the day after the election, the president elect of the United States. What are you gonna do? I mean, how are you gonna govern?

OBAMA: Well, look.

KROFT: You've never run anything. And now, all of a sudden, you're in charge of running the United States.


KROFT: Besides your campaign.

I don't have to remind you that the Obama tyro, with media allies, would belittle Sarah Palin's experience as Governor of Alaska as a joke. Today she gets her digs in.  From her Facebook page:

50 days in, and we’ve just learned another shocking revelation concerning the Obama administration’s response to the Gulf oil spill. In an interview aired this morning, President Obama admitted that he hasn’t met with or spoken directly to BP’s CEO Tony Hayward. His reasoning: “Because my experience is, when you talk to a guy like a BP CEO, he’s gonna say all the right things to me. I’m not interested in words. I’m interested in actions.”

First, to the “informed and enlightened” mainstream media: in all the discussions you’ve had with the White House about the spill, did it not occur to you before today to ask how the CEO-to-CEO level discussions were progressing to remedy this tragedy? You never cease to amaze. (Kind of reminds us of the months on end when you never bothered to ask if the President was meeting with General McChrystal to talk about our strategy in Afghanistan.)

Second, to fellow baffled Americans: this revelation is further proof that it bodes well to have some sort of executive experience before occupying the Oval Office (as if the painfully slow response to the oil spill, confusion of duties, finger-pointing, lack of preparedness, and inability to grant local government simple requests weren’t proof enough). [continued]
Aside: Sarry had a pretty good night as a king-maker.

Big Unions or Cancer?

Big Labor Suffers Big Loss
Organized labor just flushed $10 million of their members' money down the toiled on a pointless exercise," the official said. "If even half that total had been well-targeted and applied in key House races across this country, that could have made a real difference in November.
It's a rejection of the ideas the unions are peddling. The unions wanted  this election. Bill Halter, Lincoln's Democratic primary opponent, is for card check. Lincoln is not. Card check is the unions' signature issue.  [Weekly Standard]