Saturday, October 20, 2012

Guess Why?

When Democrats are in charge                                               

The 10 Most Dangerous Cities
Gee, do they have anything in common?
Like, Maybe Baltimore (Rollover)?


The Comedy Central News Hour?


Forward to your stupid friends

Black Racism                               


What do you think would have happened if a caucasian president had produced and published a You Tube video urging all caucasians to unite for a caucasian president?

This is a significant illustration of hypocrisy and divisive racism by the president of our country.

Can you imagine Romney putting out a call for all the caucasian brothers and sisters to vote for him because he's caucasian and so are they?
If this video does not offend you, nothing will.

Obama launched this earlier in the year, but it speaks volumes.  Obviously this post isn't  directed at you guys; it's for your stupid sisters.   I still can't fathom the perfect storm that allowed this guy in.

 cuzzin ricky

This Just In!

Moslem Women Now Allowed to Drive!

cuzzin ricky


Halloween Costume for the Proper Virginia Gentleman

Res Ipsa Loquitor

Abercrombie & Fitch - Berks

                      —   you berks.   

                              When the high-flying CEO of Abercrombie & Fitch boards his $50 million corporate jet, he doesn’t want to see the “end square” of the toilet paper folded in the lavatory.
Res Ipsa Loquitor

* When Jeffries, 68, or boyfriend Matthew Smith make a request, the reply must be, “No problem” — not, “Just a minute,” or “Sure.”

“When dogs Ruby and Trouble travel, Ruby will sit opposite Michael in the cabin, in Sammy’s seat. When Sammy travels, Ruby will sit in Trouble’s seat,” the manual says.
* Stewards must wear black gloves to handle silverware — but white gloves to set the table.

* The staffers, described as actors and models, were also instructed to check for fingerprints on the Gulfstream G550 jet

* Toilet paper must not be “exposed” and its “end square” should not be folded. “Washclothes are to be tri-folded.” [Abercrombie & Fitch CEO’s rulebook for corporate jet staffers]

Cuzzin rickey: "This guy is a bit "edgy"...yes?" 

Herman Cain: ‘Stupid people are ruining America’


  "Because one of the reasons we had to do this truth tour is that stupid people are ruining America," Cain declared. "Some of them don't know they're stupid. But they are ruining America."  [Herman Cain]

Being nice cognitive dissonance

What I See        

The cognitive dissonance thing
Imagine the world now, had Clinton and Obama been stillborn

Res Ipsa Loquitor

    At a midday GOP rally at Macomb Community College, the president unleashed a rhetorical fusillade on Bill Clinton and running mate Sen. Albert Gore Jr., attacking their fitness for office, their character and charging, “My dog Millie knows more about foreign policy than these two bozos.”

    In particular, Bush targeted Gore, whom he now calls “Ozone Man,” or just plain “Ozone.” “You know why I call him Ozone Man?” Bush said. “This guy is so far out in the environmental extreme, we’ll be up to our neck in owls and outta work for every American. He is way out, far out, man.”

That's Hot Air's Ed Morrissey talking about the moment he realized Bush 41 was going to lose to Clinton.  "When I heard that, I thought to myself, “What President talks like that?”  Part of the advantage the office gives an incumbent is its gravitas."

Cognitive dissonance.

Did GHWB say anything that was the slightest bit untrue?  Were the press reporting anything  at all negative about those two clots?   I know what Morrissey is saying, but I sure wish John McCain had asked Obama about his birth certificate, or his use of a phony Social Security number, or any number of things that were known about Obama's character, but generally unreported at the time.  In fact, McCain's greatest, most selfless act would have been to do what  Billy Pilgrim couldn't do.  Use his access to Obama during the debates to club him, er,  senseless.  In the good way of course.  It would have been like forestalling WWII.

Mr. Johnson Goes to Washington

Mr. Johnson Goes to Washington
Wisconsin Senator and tea party favorite talks about the frustrations of his first two years as a senator, his version of the 'Buffett Rule,' and what could happen if Mitt Romney wins.

Res Ipsa Loquitor
For starters, he says, Congress doesn't operate with anything close to the efficiency of a business: "If you're going to compete against an organization, Congress would be the perfect one to compete against."

... the Senate in 2010 included 57 lawyers (Mr. Feingold was one) but zero manufacturers and just one accountant. With Mr. Johnson, the Senate gained a manufacturer and an accountant.
He pulls out a pen and draws a diagram of Congress—a big rectangle containing a bunch of incongruent circles. "You've got all of these cookie-cutter offices. They're all stove-piped. They're all silent. A bunch of cats that don't play well in the same box. It's competitive. You see the exact same piece of legislation with somebody else's name on it. What's that about?"

The senator believes the 2012 election is seminal not only because he thinks it's our last chance to make a U-turn on the road to serfdom—"this election is literally about saving America"—but also because it offers Republicans a singular opportunity to educate the public about the country's problems, and in doing so, earn a mandate for fixing them.  [Full]

Johnson very much reminds me of Sen. Hank Brown (R CO -1991-1997).   (He was criticized by professional Senate Dems for being a "greedy businessman in it to protect his own interests). He quit after serving two terms to return to that business, saying "two terms are enough." 

Black on W#hite Crime Soars

Provoking Racial Unrest                               

Obama DOJ: Growth in Violent Crimes Against Whites
"The stagnant economy may be driving more  Americans
[ahem] to break the law"
Res Ipsa Loquitor

Not only is the U.S. economy in shambles, violent crime is at an all-time high and new federal statistics show that 2011 saw the biggest increase in criminal activity in nearly two decades with a large boost in the rate of “violent victimizations” for whites.

"There's real pressure on police departments to have the numbers going down all the time."
The rate of violent crime increased by a whopping 17% last year, according to the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), marking the biggest jump since 1993. Property crimes also went up 11% last year. That means that in 2011 there were nearly 6 million violent victimizations and more than 17 million property victimizations, according to the DOJ figures.

In an apparent effort to downplay the alarming statistics the feds explain in a press release that the swelling of violent crime is due to an increase in the number of aggravated and simple assaults. There was no “statistically significant change” in the number of more serious crimes such as rapes, sexual assaults and robberies, according to the explanation. [Judicial Watch]

Four words.  Eric;Holder;Barry;Soetoro (never legally had his name changed back  to Obama after adopton by Lolo Soetoro)