Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Chairman Barack We Love You

After watching the inspiring children's video, posted by Wyatt and RT, what can I say?

Trust me. I worked just as hard Googling err.. umm hand crafting this video from the creative fruits of my imagination. I had to pick a metaphor which would protect my work long enough for you to see it.

Just substitue 'Kim Jong Il' with 'Barack Obama' and 'Songun' with 'Chicago' and 'Korean(s)' with 'American(s)'.

Without further a-do, Enjoy.

Just in case you missed it, on RT or others, here's the now famous 'Burning Down The House' video.
Don't let them stop you from posting it:

Monday, September 29, 2008

Do not Bend Over for the Soap

I just listened to the entirety of Nancy Pelosi's pre-vote propaganda It's not ALL here but this is what's available...

Does speaker Pelosi suffer the worst case of mental illness for a high-ranking public official, since I have been observing public officials? And I listened to the post-vote propaganda on their (heh) bi-partisan effort to commit anal rape of the American taxpayer:

I wish the entirety of that presentation was available. I really need to start capturing C-SPAN video. Does Barney Frank suffer the second worst case of mental illness for a high-ranking public official, since I have been oberving public officials? I respectfully defer to congressman Frank's established expertise in the subject of anal penetration. Do the DNC campaign affiliates of the MSM, who chuckled at Barney's remarks, suffer the worst case of mental illness, since I have been forcibly digesting their vomit?

The level of open hypocrisy, being promulgated in intervals as short as a few hours, and ignored by this modern farce we call journalism, is scaring the hell out of me, worse than the drugging of our children the pandering to illegal invaders and the open coddling of personal weakness.

Where the hell are the pitchforks and torches. We may need a lot of them, real soon. In the immortal words of Inspector Kemp:

"A riot is an ugly thing. And I think it's just about time we had one."

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Red Handed

H.T. American Thinker. This pretty much puts the blame where it belongs. Pay close attention to the remarks of congressman Shays, who points out how these quasi-public companies used lobby money and influence to manipulate the room. Also keep in mind that on the last bailout discussion, there was talk of boosting ACORN with a large chunk of our hard earned tax dollars. This would create, in essence, a super liberal moonbat version of the FMs, with enormous funds and power to control our lives through government graft.


chris c. offers some data(link) showing the actual number of cookies, taken from the jar, by these wonderful solons:

offers more video links and commentary. The more the merrier RT.

This is corruption of the American body politic at its absolute worst. Incredible.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

The Leaking Balloon

I hate to re-iterate what I said back in March, which has proven to be every bit the disaster I described.

Now, we are seeing what precipitated this crisis. Now we are seeing the government poised to once again, do the worst thing they can do to 'solve' it.

The real-estate market is a bubble, folks. It is a balloon that has been pumped up with poor credit risk, with the poor credit being gobbled up by government sponsored agencies Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. This another example of big government meddling with market forces, driving market prices through the roof. This is just like the medical system. This is just like higher education subsidies. This is just like no-bid military contracts and on and on and on. When was the last time you saw a government program that did NOT drive market prices through the roof?

You guys have seen the commercials from predatory speculators, showing you how to flip houses and grow rich. The up-swing in the markets was inflated by financial institutions taking risks on people like this, believing they could ride up on the profits too, without actually taking any real risk. Aunt Fannie and uncle Freddie, both government employees, were there; ready to open up the guest room.

The balloon has now developed a leak and is slowly deflating. What happens when you pump more air (money) into a leaky balloon? You temporarily swell the balloon, accelerate the leak and wind up losing all that new air (money).

Bailout now, and we will pay later, big time. Regulation of risk taking must happen first. No AMRs. No sub-primes. No short-selling mortgage backed securities. People taking the risk must own the risk first and have no sense of government sanctioned security.

If taxpayer money must be used for market stability, it should be done in frugal chunks, not a big fat 700B wad. Every chunk should be examined and considered by the examination of the market health and effect of the previous chunk.

Liberals brought us here. Liberal Democrats and liberal Republicans, wanting to be liberal with our wealth and our markets, while enriching their own pockets, campaigns and altruistic notions of social engineering.

I am sick of paying for this crap, while listening to the solons that created the mess, lecture me about how I have to make sacrifices to save the planet.

Friday, September 19, 2008

Thursday, September 18, 2008

When the Plug is Pulled

After listening to eight tedious years of moonbat Bush bashing, and dozens of insufferable books from the "Bush Dyslexicon" to "Bushisms" and X-mas calendars of same, the liberals elevate this guy to the pillar of a presidential nomination. This stuff makes Bush look like Wernher von Braun.

See if you can tell when the plug to the teleprompter, is disconnected from this Mensa genius. Careful; It's a subtle transition.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

The Outside Looking In

This BBC clip contains retired PM Tony Blair's first public comment on the events of 9/11.
God, we miss you Tony.

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Here she comes

Hockey Mom.
A pit bull with 'lipstick'.

I hope she moves to D.C. , issues pink slips and sells half the town on E-bay.

Ok. The only thing wrong with the speech... It didn't last until midnight. Screw Sarah Connor. I want Sarah Palin to protect me from evil Obots from the future!

Rudy Giuliani

... is putting another player on base.


Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Fred Thompson

Is knocking one out of the park as I write this.


He knocked it WAY out.

This was one of the best speeches I have heard and seen all year. It was a real American tribute.

This was the very reason Fred and Mitt were in my top two for the whole season.