Wednesday, September 05, 2012

Stripper Pole

Like Counting Sheep




Rorschach Tests I Have Failed




A Lost Wallet Found





“In 1970, Rudolph R. Resta, 37, left his wallet in a jacket pocket in an unattended coat closet on the second floor of The New York Times headquarters at 229 West 43rd Street, where he worked as an art director in the promotion department.

“When Mr. Resta went to fetch his jacket at lunchtime that day, the wallet was gone. He wasn’t to see it again for 40 years.
 
 [More treasure]


".. based on our analysis ... ."



Today's Dysfunctional Disconnect
Based on HuffPost Pollster charts and analysis

Res Ipsa Loquitor

Wow! Every 2008 Obama voter is chomping at the bit to reelect him, while blasé Romney supporters will stay home.  Who knew?  Huffington even out-liberals the New York Times, who themselves have somehow discovered that Obama is 20 electoral votes more popular today than he was back in March!

Of course this is all about  trying to create an air of urgent possibility among Dem voters.  Lest they stay home, and  Congressional Black Caucus members are the only Donks elected. 

Res Ipsa Loquitor



Three Obama Things

Oh My




What to look forward to with a Second O-Reich

                 

                          
         
                                           
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Sarah the Good
          

Obama's eligibility, Scalia, and revolution




  



Res Ipsa Loquitor

It is no wonder that many, yours truly included, view Obama as not only our first "gay" but also our first "Muslim" president. I have taken to calling him the "mullah in chief," given his all-too-apparent disdain for Israel and its leaders, his support of the Muslim Brotherhood, his endorsement of the Ground Zero mosque, his cancellation of White House celebrations of the National Day of Prayer, instead choosing to feast the Muslim holiday of Ramadan, his "slip of the tongue" reference to his "Muslim faith" in a 2008 television interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, his close associations with black Muslim leaders and anti-Semites, and a host of other anti-Judeo-Christian actions while in office.


Last week, I had the occasion to cross paths with "revered" Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Scalia has been for many years the darling of conservatives, a judge who they believed had the guts to enforce the Rule of Law and the Constitution in the face of corrosive influences, foreign and domestic. I took the occasion to ask him a simple question, one he would be able to answer. I asked the "constitutionalist" Scalia what he believed to be the definition of "natural born citizen," [Full]

Larry Klayman is  founder of Judicial Watch, which quite often have been a thorn in the side of every administration since Clinton. 



The Left are quite insane. But, Why?



 
A Serious Question 
Res Ipsa Loquitor

In all seriousness (srsly),  where is the study on why Liberals in this country have, almost as a body, begun acting like they belong in Saint Elizabeth's?  We know now, or at least think we know, that the practice by Rome's upper class of using lead dinnerware caused them to go insane from lead poisoning.  What would it be today that our Liberal classes might have almost exclusively ingested in the past half-century that similarly affected them? 

You will come to your own conclusion, but I've settled on the heavy use of psychedelic drugs like LSD, and marijuana. Or, maybe, those in combination with countless administrations of penicillin to combat syphilis did the damage?

I'm not being cute here, and I think I'm on the right track. My postulation would also explain today's ruling educator class.   These people are not just "Liberal" thinkers in the manner of say Hubert Humphrey, they're insane.  Even violently insane. This is a national crisis. 


Dismantle the Left Reich


"The first thing we do, let’s kill all the left media." Dick Butcher



Aside from this media silliness, when I went to bed last night there was speculation that Ron Paul was going to announce his third party candidacy.  If he did, I'd like to punch him in the nose.  Yes, I think I can take him.