Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Ted Nuget on the 9mm Guitar


Defiance is the DNA of America. Every fiber of my being is overdosed on high-octane defiance. I often rise in the morning convinced that I am Rosa Parks with a loud guitar. It is beautiful. Ted Nugent cont

Ted Nugent

Brits showing their belly

Why Don't You?!?

      More than 1,200 workers have been banned from flying England flags on their own cars by managers — over fears they could deemed as racist.  [AWK]

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Hoosier Screwzer

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If Rep. Peter J. Visclosky was a
Califonia Democrat, no prollem.
But, he's not.

Waiting for Newsweaks Obit

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Newsweek Editor Jon Meachem

I've more compassion for a four legged rat's involuntary twitching, after the trap's broken it's neck, than I do for Newsweek in its death throes.  Which I savor.  A lot. Here's a spasm from this week's 12 page edition:

Sarah Palin's Most Controversial Tweets
(I'm not making this up)
  1. Ready, Aim, Fire?!
  2. 'Extreme Greenies'
  3. Boycott Copenhagen
  4. 'Rahm, You Lie!'
  5. A Straight Scoop
  6. A 'Ravished' Coast
  7. Sue the Internet!
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I know what you're saying: "But, Rodge, just give us an example so we don't have to read that rag!"
Okay, Ready Aim, Fire's, controversy?

On March 23, 2010, Palin referred to the passage of health-care reform via Twitter: "Commonsense Conservatives & lovers of America: 'Don't Retreat, Instead - RELOAD!'" Some critics said she was inciting violence, especially since the tweet followed Palin's "target list" of Democrats she hoped would be defeated in the November elections. The liberal uproar became so intense that her former running mate, Senator John McCain came, to her defense.

Which, so far, has elicited but one comment.  One.

So Sarah is as lame, and devoted to pandering to the droolers as she is in every other way ... 
'Excite' that 'base' Sarah! That's all you're good for, and why there is no R who gives you the slightest chance of ever being President. In fact, I think every thinking R is terrified that you would win the nomination because they know there aren't enough droolers out there to elect you. 
Pray for Palin in 2012!


Uh ... poignant. 
Another trait shared by affiliates of the Democrat Party Media Complex is the total lack of the senses shame and irony.  Like here, in this Newsweak expose:

Kirk Accused of Exaggerating His Teaching Record

Mark Kirk, the Republican contender for Barack Obama's former Illinois Senate seat, had previously misrepresented his military service in the course of campaigning. Now his oft-recalled time as a teacher is being questioned too. More

The Irony:   Sweet: Obama did NOT "hold the title" of a University of Chicago law school professor.

Blame Tim W



Sowell Food

Boned Jello I can’t help wondering if the day may yet come when the only thing that can save this country is a military coup.
Thomas Sowell  1997-

I'm comforted when people with the stature of Thomas Sowell find the analogy between Hitler and Obama too compelling to ignore (take that Mike Godwin!).   Or, who will recognize that it is possible for any government to become so tyrannical,  that forceful intervention is the best we can hope for.  This Investors Business Daily column, Slippery Slope,  is his most recent,  and urgent.

When Adolf Hitler was building up the Nazi movement in the 1920s, leading up to his taking power in the 1930s, he deliberately sought to activate people who did not normally pay much attention to politics.

Such people were a valuable addition to his political base, since they were particularly susceptible to Hitler's rhetoric and had far less basis for questioning his assumptions or his conclusions.

"Useful idiots" was the term supposedly coined by V.I. Lenin to describe similarly unthinking supporters of his dictatorship in the Soviet Union.

Put differently, a democracy needs informed citizens if it is to thrive, or ultimately even survive.

In our times, American democracy is being dismantled, piece by piece, before our very eyes by the current administration in Washington, and few people seem to be concerned about it.

The president's poll numbers are going down because increasing numbers of people disagree with particular policies of his, but the damage being done to the fundamental structure of this nation goes far beyond particular counterproductive policies.

Just where in the Constitution of the United States does it say that a president has the authority to extract vast sums of money from a private enterprise and distribute it as he sees fit to whomever he deems worthy of compensation? Nowhere. - continue Slippery Slope
More Sowell food I've stashed
When I see the worsening degeneracy in our politicians, our media, our educators, and our intelligentsia, I can’t help wondering if the day may yet come when the only thing that can save this country is a military coup. - Don't get weak

Those who choose to live outside those laws, whether terrorists or pirates, can be-- and have been-- shot on sight.- Discussing captured terrorists.

Only someone who has never had the responsibility for managing anything could believe he could manage just about everything. [read on]

If we do not believe that the President is stupid, then what do we believe?  - What Obama Says vs. What He Does

The stakes in this fall's elections go far beyond the fate of either the Republican party or the Democratic party. The fate of America is on the line. The Republicans need to understand that-- and to understand that they are not simply "due" because of polls. -Are Republicans due?

Sign of trouble

Con-Man Humor
I always found it funny how con men would be brazen enough to sign checks or contracts with names like U.R. Scrood .  Takes real arrogance, wot?

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