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Holy Crap!

January 15th, 2009 (02:52 am)

Another update.

Anywho, one quick look at the calendar and we soon realize that not only am I posting more frequently than usual, BUT it's almost inauguration day!

*gasp! Cries of "too soon" and "down with the speaker" filter from the box seats.

That means that while the president-elect is busy breaking in those new official Presidential penny loafers and counting down the days until he can finally start eating all those little M&M hard candies with the presidential seal emblazoned on them, the right blogosphere is in a tizzy, fractically attempting to sustain the now frayed and embarassingly subdued standing ovation for the outgoing president, even as some of their fellow travellers kill the stage lights on the way out the door.

An so, it begins.

George W. Bush-- the last US president?

Will George W. Bush end up being the last true US President? Increasingly, it seems that he just may. As lawsuits against President-elect Barack Hussein Obama — questioning his US citizenship — continue to grow, he ever more adamantly continues his refusal to produce his real, viable and original birth certificate.

Yeah, and in other news, I've just recieved confirmation that Trigg Palin is actually Sarah Palin's baby, not her grandaughter.

Oh wait-- even if it was true, it wouldn't really be relevant now, would it?


Now, another ugly issue is rising within the Obama-minions' camp. As I warned you on multiple times prior to the 2008 General Election, "once Obama is elected, we won't be able to get rid of him." Tragically, this warning is now being realized.

Well, that's kind of the way a democracy works, Sher.  Unless of course he gets some fat Jewish girl to suck his cock and then lies about it under oath, although the last time that happened, I don't think it worked out too well for y'all.

Not only has Obama established his election-fraud organization — ACORN — nationwide, his adherents have now begun the process to repeal the US Constitution's 22nd Amendment. This amendment sets term limits for US presidents. And Obama still plans to set up his national police force that he wants to be as large and well-funded as the US military.

Golly!  It's a good thing we have all those constitutional protections against warrantless wiretapping, spying on United States citizens, habeas corpus, and torture.

Oh wait.  Shit.

Sher?  You're boned.

So, with election-fraud units firmly in place, no term limits and his personal police to forcibly enforce his will upon the masses, Obama will likely never be voted from the office of POTUS. Only those who have lost the ability to see and/or hear do not recognize this increasing and eventually ultimate danger.

God this shit pisses me off.  We have had the most anti- civil liberties president in the HISTORY of the United States and you're telling ME that the greatest threat to the citizenry is a group which is focused on getting out the vote?  Jesus woman, get a grip!

To add insult to injury, during these current times of economic disaster — brought on by Obama and his Democrat friends — Obama's inaugural ceremonies are reported and planned to exceed $150M! And, to top it off, it doesn't even appear that Obama is a US citizen. Astounding...

And to think...that whole Iraq war thing only cost us $623 billion.  What a rip off!

Let's see, let's see.  What next?

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Here we go again

December 28th, 2008 (06:11 pm)

My, my my how the time does fly when you know you're gonna die by the end of the night...

Back from hiatus, or perennial favorite, Mr. Warner Todd "teh bukkit" Huston is back.  Let's see what he has in store for us today, hmmm?

'Dear Mr. Obama,' why are our kids so brainwashed?
Warner Todd Huston

Hoo boy!  Today, Mr. Huston is going to tell us that while the children may be the future, the future is a bleak place indeed with so many of our nation's precious youth being indoctrinated to believe such liberal lies as the fact that pollution is bad and that killing off entire species is somehow an offense against "nature" (whatever the hell that is).  Let's take a look.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has launched a wonderful little feature that will run until Barack Obama takes the oath of office next month. They are calling it "Dear Mr. Obama" and it is a heartwarming exercise in child indoctrination and brainwashing.  The Post-Gazette will be publishing letters from local students to Obama asking him for all sorts of global warming fixes, Iraq war enders, and big government programs.

Which would be fine if the kids were, you know, asking Mr. Obama to increase their stock dividens another quarter of a percent or repeal the estate tax because "it stinks," but once the kids actually start demonstrating a concern for the world they are going to inherit from us...ohhhh brother!

Sadly, it appears that the government schools these kids have been subjected to have failed to teach their charges about anything like the American system, federalism, even science seems neglected.

Pretty tough talk for someone who writes sentences where is missing.

But they SURE taught their kiddies that government is there to spend, spend, spend, that government is to be treated like our collective parents, and that the war in Iraq is obviously an evil venture. Obviously.

Well dude, if the kids are attending a public school I can see WHY they might be inclined to ask the government to spend more money on their infrastructure so that they can finally get computers that don't run on Windows 95 and that they don't have to eat meatloaf three times a week.

And, yes little kiddies, The One, your very own Obamessiah, is flying to the rescue like a super hero. Cue the theme music — I'd suggest the theme to 2001, like Elvis used, is appropriate for the sentiment here. The Obamessiah has entered the building!

Or maybe "Barack the Magic Negro," a lighthearted, heart-warming little ditty which is in no way, shape, or form meant to be taken in a racist way.  Even though it uses the N-word. 

The tykes are all about the alternative energy these days. They are full of exhortations to The One that he should force upon us all a reliance on wind power and solar cells. Obviously these youngsters have not been taught that no alternative energy source has thus far been found that is cheaper than oil and the fossil fuels.

Good thing oil, coal, and gas will last forever and in no way shape or form make us reliant on foreign countries whose citizens want to kill us.

These kids are under the illusion that just instituting a government program is all it takes to overcome the science of the matter and make them cost effective and feasible. Yes, all we need is a word from our new religious icon in Washington DC cum Obamalot.

Your wife cums to Obamalot.  Just sayin.

The first letter was amusing for its complete fraud. It is supposed to be from a ten-year-old child, yet it talks about alternative energy, the war in "Irak" and lays out a fairly detailed idea for a new method of education. It is painfully obvious that no ten-year-old ever wrote this letter.

That's because when Warner Todd Huston was ten years old, he was still communicating using a series of grunts, whistles, and flung feces.

Also we see little Neil Pandya, age 10, who asked Obama to lower the age limit on driving. Apparently, Neil was not told that states are supposed to legislate that restriction, not the federal government. Sadly, states' rights is not a subject taught to our young Mr. Pandya.

Anyone else get the impression that Huston is maybe- just MAYBE- overcomensating for all the dreams and youthful naivite that was stolen from him when his mother finally told him to get his 30-year-old ass out of the basement and rake the yard?

Several of the children are worried about mythical man-made, global warming and have been indoctrinated that Obama can control such things from the Mount Olympus of Washington.

Which is somewhat heartening to hear, since these kids presumably have to take an actual science course at least 3 times a week and don't have Huston's luxury of designating the various ecospheres of the earth as pre-and post-flood.

Here, for instance, are the worries of little Anna Devinney.
    The first one is pollution. A lot of animals are dying because of pollution. Fish are dying from garbage being dumped into their habitat. People are dumping barrels of toxins into the oceans and many sea animals are losing food.

    Another problem in the U.S. is global warming. In the future, all the land will be flooded with water because the icebergs are melting and the sea level is rising.

To be so misled by one's teachers is so disheartening.

Aww, lookit the cyoot liddul kiddie!  She's all concerned about silly grown-up stuff like the "No Swimming- Pollution" signs at the local lake and a global flood because of melting ice caps.  Silly little kid!  We all know that God said he'd never destroy the earth by flooding again, so I guess that pretty much settles it, doesn't it?

The thing we can take from this is that whoever said kids can't learn is way off base. Unfortunately, what they are learning is a thorough left-wing agenda. To paraphrase a famous saying, it isn't that our kids don't know anything. It's that what they know is all wrong.

Goddamnit kid!  Your dad did NOT, I repeat NOT lose his job over at GM, and Tommy's mom was NOT killed in Iraq.  Now I'm going to sit here and repeat it until you admit that it's true, or I have to beat you to death.  Understood?

Unfortunately, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, thinking it's cute, is all too willing to display for all to see what a failed education looks like.

And if there's anyone who knows what a failed education looks like, it's a contibutor to Renew America.

Till next time, folks!

molotov_quaker [userpic]

From the AP

November 11th, 2008 (09:42 am)

Georgia congressman warns of Obama dictatorship

By BEN EVANS – 14 hours ago

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Republican congressman from Georgia said Monday he fears that President-elect Obama will establish a Gestapo-like security force to impose a Marxist or fascist dictatorship.

I would like to point out to the distinguished gentleman that one may be Marxist OR fascist, but rarely both. I understand that in the wingnut's fevered brain, communism or Marxism represents a basic Ur-text of the generalized, hostile "other" which must be contained, but at the rate we're going, it's only a matter of time before we start refering to the Homo-Islamic threat to our fare shores.

"It may sound a bit crazy and off base, but the thing is, he's the one who proposed this national security force," Rep. Paul Broun said of Obama in an interview Monday with The Associated Press. "I'm just trying to bring attention to the fact that we may — may not, I hope not — but we may have a problem with that type of philosophy of radical socialism or Marxism."

Ladies and gentlemen, meet the White House's new official spokesperson.

Please be patient with him, as I hear his accent is kind of strong.

Broun cited a July speech by Obama that has circulated on the Internet in which the then-Democratic presidential candidate called for a civilian force to take some of the national security burden off the military.

Oh dear, what a radical, fascist-like attitude to take. If only we had a national-level civilian agency which was responsible for the security of our fair republic which was not only incredibly incompetent and criminally bureaucratic, but also came equipped with a suitably jingoistic and menacing name.

Hmm....nothing comes to mind. Maybe the Ministry for Internal Security? No, too foreign-sounding. Federal Bureau of Obfuscation? No, too hard to pronounce.
"That's exactly what Hitler did in Nazi Germany and it's exactly what the Soviet Union did," Broun said. "When he's proposing to have a national security force that's answering to him, that is as strong as the U.S. military, he's showing me signs of being Marxist."

Obama's comments about a national security force came during a speech in Colorado about building a new civil service corps. Among other things, he called for expanding the nation's foreign service and doubling the size of the Peace Corps "to renew our diplomacy."

Ladies and gentlemen, meet our nation's newest security operatives!

Where yo 401K at, craka?

Broun said he also believes Obama likely will move to ban gun ownership if he does build a national police force[...]

"We can't be lulled into complacency," Broun said. "You have to remember that Adolf Hitler was elected in a democratic Germany. I'm not comparing him to Adolf Hitler. What I'm saying is there is the potential."

I think I'll let that last thesis on the human brain's capacity for stupidity stand for itself.

Till next time!

molotov_quaker [userpic]

Toon Time!

September 6th, 2008 (09:21 pm)

It has long been known that most conservatives possess little in the way of any actual sense of humor.  When conservatives do try to put on ye olde thinking cappe and make an attempt at a droll statement or humorous juxtaposition, it's usually because Fox News can only take them so far and they do have at least some idea that the forces of bright ideas and pop culture are more or less firmly entrenched in the other camp. 

Part of this is due to the fact that conservatives are entirely incapable of laughing at themselves.  Part of it can also be attributed to the fact that conservatives take Themselves and the World so darn seriously all the time that the don't really have the time, energy, or motivation to seek some of the more inherently humerous paradoxes within the context of our existance.  That, when coupled with an entirely paranoid fear of straying too far from the official message and the fact that what passes for "humor" amongst Ann Coulter types is usually nothing more than passive-agressive wish fulfillment (ie. "John Edwards is a faggot" or "Michael Moore is fat") means that when conservatives actually do try to come up with something funny, the whole project comes crashing down like a candelabra made of anvils.  Because, as someone smarter than me once said, the closest conservatives can come to actually being funny is repeating their slogans really loudly.  And even then it's defiantely a "laughing AT them" type moment. 

Anywho, let's have a looksie and check to see if anything has improved over the last few months.  Hold onto your britches kids, you're about to bust a gut laughing.

Interesting.  We don't subscribe to evolution but the theory of plate tectonics is apparently still kosher.  Man, the continents must be moving a lot faster than we thought!

Ann Coulter's tits...

That's not the setting sun in the distance.  It's the nozzle of the fetus vacuum.

Or a conservative cartoonist, since he fingerpaints with shit.

Fuckin' crack babies.

Not so much a cartoon as an impressionist painting.

Nope.  Ever had a pencil jammed through your eye socket?

At least you don't have Hep-C.  And aren't Chinese.

That's all for now!

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September 2nd, 2008 (07:15 pm)

I really need to do this more often.  As it is, I'm getting out of practice.  But then again, I always tend to find that I'm much more on my game when we are in a political midwinter, rather than when the campaign season is in full swing.  After all, while there is something to be said for widespread involvment in politics, it's much easier for me to focus on the innanities of the crypto-fascism which has been passing itself off as reasonable conservativism in America when the news media isn't playing convention hilights 24/7.

Anyway, today's column is from regular Bryan Fischer who is going to explain to us why exactly the news that Sarah Palin's 17 year old daughter is five months pregnant with a boyfriend who describes himself on his mypsace page as "a fucking redneck" totally proves that sex-ed loving liberals are totally out of touch with the salt-of-the-earth, plainspoken people who make up the "real America."  One can only imagine what the pundits would have to say if Chelsea Clinton was in her shoes.  Let's give it a looksee.

Thoughts on the Palin pregnancy

When left-wing bloggers began to spread the malicious and unfounded rumor that Sarah Palin had faked her pregnancy with her recently born son Trig in order to protect her 16 — year-old daughter, Ms. Palin and her husband released a statement revealing that their now-17-year-old daughter is five months along in an out-of-wedlock pregnancy.

Fears that the son's name was actually, in fact, "Trig" proved to be entirely justified, unfortunately.

Prior to this announcement, Alan Colmes, Sean Hannity's counterpart on Hannity & Colmes, suggested that Palin herself was to blame for her son's Down syndrome condition by failing to give him adequate pre-natal care.

While I certainly do applaud Mr. Colmes for raising the issue of inadequate pre-natal care in the case of Sarah Palin, the fact is he forgot to raise the possability that Trig's mental retardation is perhaps hereditary.  Either that or his mom made the inexcusable mistake of watching too many George W. Bush speeches while pregnant with the young master Trig.

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See you next time!

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An Update

June 30th, 2008 (11:41 am)

Today's entry is from occasional contribution Craig R. Smith. While time may or may not have blunted my edge (after all, you can only maintain a veneer of amused incredulity for so long), every time I think that writing up another entry would be too much trouble, I stumble along some low-hanging fruit. And speaking of fruits (with my apologies to all my gay friends, I sincerely doubt they would want to be associated with this cornball), today's column is a doozy. Let's take a gander and see what's been brewing over at World Net Daily.

Supreme insanity

Posted: June 30, 2008
1:00 am Eastern

Once upon a time, in America, if a man stole another man's horse, he would face the hangman at high noon and justifiably so. Stealing is wrong. But now five liberal judges on the Supreme Court find it perfectly acceptable to rape a man's child and face nothing more than life in prison. This is progress?

I agree. Back in the day, child rapists generally got what was coming to them: the agony of a waiting a week or so for a one-day trial followed by an immediate post-judicial hanging. But now? That lucky fucker will get to spend the next 40, 50, even 60 years playing Hide the Salami in a cozy 8' by 10' cell surrounded by murderers, rapists, gang bangers, drug dealers, AIDS patients, lunatics, serial killers, arsonists, and compulsive masterbators. No wonder Craig is upset!

Liberals are insulting anything and everything any reasonable person sees as decent and just. I wonder how much more "progressive" thinking we can tolerate in America before total chaos rules the day.

That is because we are beyond your primitive laws and reasoning, pathetic Earth-man.

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May 8th, 2008 (10:31 pm)

Wow.  I really am doing these about a month at a time.  Which is funny really, because this is my second journal, and I update this more regularly than do some of the people I know on their primary.


In any case, this month's offering is from our good friend and colleague Deacon Keith Fournier.

Just kidding.  I don't even know if Deacon is his first name, a position he holds within the church, or a self-appointed title of reverence assigned in order to lend some weight and gravitas to whatever dreck he happens to shit out (like Colonel Saunders, Colonel Tom Parker, or Sergeant Slaughter).  In any case, today was apparently Nikita Kruschev remembrance day or something down at St. Peter's, because Saint Fou-Fou the mighty has decided to pick up his rhetorical shoe and pound it on the pulpit as hard as he can in order to assure us that yes, we will bury them (the abortionists that is.  I'm not sure unchristened aborted foeteses actually qualify for a Christian burial in hallowed ground).

Anyway, here goes.

Editorial: The Inevitable Triumph of the Pro-Life Position

By Deacon Keith Fournier

It has been thirty five years since that infamous U.S. Supreme Court decision of Roe v. Wade.

So much for the triumph of the pro-life position being "inevitable."

With the stroke of a judicial pen,

As opposed to a ballpoint...

unelected Justices consigned an entire class of persons, children in the first home of the whole human race (their mothers womb), to the status of property.

Which, interestingly enough, are the exact same unelected justices which will one day (supposedly) reverse their decision and happily grant full citizenship rights upon our most precious of resources, the blacocyst-Americans. 

And, as an aside...this guy is a deacon in the Catholic church and he's bitching about unelected people handing down autodictats from on high?  I guess that's the Pope's job.

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Vernon Strikes Back!

April 7th, 2008 (04:55 pm)

Ah, how I love Wes Vernon.  While I can say that I did try so very hard to find someone else to make fun of this time around, I guess that the Bengaye and Talcum-Powder scent of a fresh Vernon column simply proved irresistible.  So much so, that I've decided to do another analysis of one of his thought-provoking yet cringe-inducing shit-bricks.  But don't despair!  There's a special treat at the end for all of you who make it through this week's offerings.  Stay tuned!

California secession from the U.S.: The coming war with Russia?

Wes Vernon
April 7, 2008

C'mon!  With a face like that, how can you go wrong?

The year is 2025 or thereabouts; pick another year if you wish, because this hypothetical scenario is a real possibility.

Wes, Wes, Wes!  By 2025, everyone knows that the western atheist post-Christian nanny-state will have collapsed and the whole world will have been overrun by the raving Mussleman hordes, thereby rendering your hypothetical scenario impossible!  If this has any chance of actually coming true, you'll have to bump the date up until at least 2015.

Russia has argued in the United Nations for the independence of California.

California's leading minority-grievance activists presume to speak for the state's Spanish-speaking majority — or near majority, depending on the coming census. They have succeeded in pressuring the state legislature and governor into declaring the state's independence from the United States of America. California thus would become the first U.S. state to attempt secession since the mid-19th Century, though a self-proclaimed socialist senator from Vermont has made noises in that direction over the years.

Oooh, this is getting better!  Not only do we now have the Russkie proto-communists howling outside the city walls, but the reconquista-minded denizens of Atzalan, no longer content with mowing lawns and bussing tables for $3.50 an hour have finally risen up and demanded independence from the tyranny of the gringos!  All we need are some atheist-abortionist-homo-Muslims, and the unholy trinity will have been completed!

Russia, having gone to war with the U.S. over the latter's 2008 successful use of its power to back the Muslim-majority Kosovo in its drive for independence from Christian Serbia, is using its own increased authority in Europe and in the world community to bully the U.S. in world affairs.

In other words, you're saying that our missile shield really did stop those hundreds of Russian nukes heading our way?   Ok Wes, now you're really stretching the boundaries of one's credulity.

Russia pronounces this as a drive for "liberation," an Orwellian term for its privately expressed desire to give Uncle Sam "as taste of his own medicine."

Well, if it actually wanted to give the United States a taste of its own medicine, it would, you know, claim that we live under the oppressive rule of a ruthless, megalomaniacal dictator who is Russia's sworn enemy and is packed to the gills with UFO-based laser technology which represents a threat to world peace.  It would then, despite the vocal opposition of the international community launch a poorly conceived, ill-timed, and badly thought-out invasion of the United States, take control of our Alaska oilfields, allow the Smithsonians to be looted and burned, and proceed to kill about 500,000 of us while causing millions more to flee to Canada or Mexico.  It would then insist that it had no long-term plans to occupy the United States while it built a few dozen permanent military bases and attempted to install a pro-Russian puppet as president while taking no steps to combat the widely escalating and ever-worsening violence between conservatives and liberals in the US. 

Oh, and it would also randomly grab thousands of Americans off the streets and send them off to secret prisons in the rockies to be brutally tortured and then summarily executed, while reserving the "justice" of secret military tribunals for George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, and Condi Rice, followed by a low-quality, cell-phone captured hanging of of the aforementioned politicos by a sectarian execution team.

You know, if all it wants to do is support the liberation of California in a popularly-proclaimed vote for independence, that doesn't seem so bad.

The slogan, of course, served to encourage the (successful) campaigns for secessions by other ethnic and/or religious-motivated "breakaway provinces" elsewhere, Muslim and non-Muslim.

Wait, so I'm confused now.  Are you saying the Nation of Islam gets its own homeland in the new Russian-occupied United States?  Because I would be totally down with that.  Give them the rest of South Dakota and Idaho.  It's not like anyone's using that. 

Shortly after U.S. recognition of Serbia's breakaway province back in 2008, the American Council for Kosovo publicized an article arguing that "the dumbest statement about Kosovo's independence is that it will bring stability to the region, since as anyone can see the opposite is true."

Well, what else can you expect when you hire PR specialists of the caliber of Wes Vernon to draft your statements for you?  The guy isn't exactly Shakespeare...

Russia went to war with the United States a few years ago, not only because of Vladimir Putin's support for Serbia in its part of the world — but also out of concern that the Kosovo breakaway would create similar pressures (in its own backyard) on the part of the restless and troubled Sunni Muslim province of Chechnya.

Yeah, because Chechnya was a peaceful and contented little province within greater Russia until those damned Kosovars started giving them funny ideas.

Now in 2025, the president of the United States has personally addressed the United Nations, arguing that California had been an integral part of the United States for 175 years and had been the home base of several U.S. presidents in the 20th Century. The pleas fell on deaf ears at the UN, as Russia was able to marshal the forces of the Islamic and Spanish-speaking nations and some allies in Africa and parts of Europe.

Holy shit!  We really ARE going to be fighting Muslims and the gay-homo-euro-fag-fags after all!

The continental United States — notwithstanding the War of 1812, the Civil War, Pearl Harbor, and 9/11 — has been blessed with a relative absence of the ravishes of war on its own territory.

Yeah, the United States has been a pretty peaceful place.  Unless of course you count all those wars we fought (and the ones Wes forgot to mention, like the Mexican-American War, the War of Independence, the War of Texan Independence, the bleeding Kansas conflict, and all those wars against the Indians).  Not to mention the fact that I never realized that Pearl Harbor was part of the continental U.S.

John Bolton, President Bush's highly respected former ambassador to the United Nations,

If you use the term "highly respected" as a synonym for "laughingstock" or "manchurian," you'd be dead right...

is concerned about the administration's "dismissive attitude displayed toward Russia's objections [to an independent Kosovo] " and contends it would backfire against the United States in a very real and dangerous way.

This of course being the same guy whom the administration appointed ambassador to the UN after he claimed that there was no such thing as the 'United Nations,' I'd take anything he said with a grain of salt the size of the U.S.S. Enterprise.

Further contributing to the foreign policy downslide is the fact that all three major party candidates for the presidency — Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and John McCain — support independence for Kosovo. McCain, in fact, sent his wife Cindy to meet with Kosovo Prime Minister Hashim Thaci, implicitly signaling that if elected, McCain — as would be the case with either of his Democrat opponents — is fully supportive of the newly minted state.

You can almost hear Vernon jamming his fingers into his keyboard and shouting "PEOPLE!  The Kosovars are FREAKING MUSLIMS!!!!!?!?!?!?!lolOMGBRB!!!!!  You can't NEGOTIATE with these people!!"

It is sad to recall that President Bush — during his first campaign for the White House in 2000 — expressed a disdain for "nation-building." And yet in his second term, he has followed just that path with an intensity and stubbornness that would make Woodrow Wilson proud.

Which of course is a major no-no in Vernon's mind.  Unless of course, we are referring to a place known as Akir-ay
 and the Iddle-may East-way.

Though lionized by the liberal establishment , Wilson's pompous and self-righteous pursuit of nation-building made him one of the biggest failures in America presidential history.

Well technically, it was the conservatives in congress who vetoed Wilson's attempts to join the League of Nations that made him a failure, but as is usually the case in such circumstances, the Republicans get to point to Wilson and laugh while claiming a Mulligan for themselves. 

What sense is there in pursuing Islamists in Iraq, while offering American prestige and power to establishing an Islamist state on the European continent? Not only an Islamist state, but one whose persecution of Christians is a matter of record.

Well, last I checked, there were already two "Islamic" states on the European continent, but that's neither here nor there.

His Grace Bishop Artemije of Ras and Prizen, a leading Serb cleric, came to Washington prior to the U.S. action and begged the White House to change its planned course of action.

"I do not welcome having to direct these critical words of the United States," the bishop declared. "Serbs have always regarded America as a friend and continue to do so.

Well, far be it for me to contradict such a prestigious member of the international hierarchy as a bishop of the Serbian Orthodox Church, but, his grace is simply wrong.

We are not the ones who are pursuing a confrontation today.

"Please.  That genocide ended nearly a decade ago!"

Ok, we need to wrap this up.

Bush 43 thus engaged in an exercise that — aside from the damage alluded to above — puts an unspoken stamp of approval on Bill Clinton's legacy chestnuts which are thereby pulled out of the fire

Hehe...he said "nuts."

But then we are speaking of specialists beyond the rarified atmosphere of the nation-building striped pants diplomats who populate the State Department, whose building is appropriately nicknamed "Foggy Bottom."

Of course, as we learned last time, whenever there is a Foggy Bottom in Vernon's direction, you can be assured that the aroma has a distinctly porky smell.  And no, it's not the hoitdog vendors on the corner either.

Till next time!

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Yar! I am teh kings!

March 9th, 2008 (06:58 pm)

A very intelligent person once said that the Republicans love to play up the Democrats' racist past, because it's easier than focusing on the GOP's racist present. Given a choice, they'd rather choose the former.

And speaking of racism, today's columnist is perennial favorite Pat Boone, columnist for World Net Daily and who previously found employment whitening up rock n/ roll songs so as to make the devil music of coloreds more palatable for white radio audiences. And if you think that's bad, just pray to whatever deity you choose that you never come face to face with Boone's "In a Metal Mood" late one night in a dark alley, brandishing a lead pipe and asking if you have a dollar.

The truth about Democrats and blacks

Posted: March 08, 2008
1:00 am Eastern

Did you know that Dr. Martin Luther King was a Republican?

Just sit on that for a minute and think.

MLK was a Republican.

A tax-lowering, big-military, small-government, pro-gun, anti-affirmative action Republican.

Probably explains why the FBI thought he was a communist.

Um...yeah. More on that in a minute.

I sure didn't – till I read Ronald Kessler's arresting column on the Internet just recently. He was liberally quoting Frances Rice, chairman of the National Black Republican Association, in which she was describing the Democrat Party as the "architect of modern day racism."

Oh good. I guess people like Trent Lott are just kidding when they say things like "when Strom Thurmond ran for president, we voted for him. We’re proud of it. And if the rest of the country had followed our lead, we wouldn't have had all these problems over the years, either."

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Doot doot doot

March 7th, 2008 (11:20 am)

Which is better, paper or plastic?  Who was Jack the Ripper?  Did the lost city of Atlantis every exist?  Is there intelligent life on other planets?  And why does Wes Vernon's profile picture look like that of a mad scientist who has just cut a particularly pungent and deafening fart?  Some questions will never be answered.

Eurabia--is America next?

Wes Vernon
March 3, 2008

"Har, har.  The mooslim hordes can take over Europe, but riddle me this.  Will the nations of musselmans be able to withstand the mighty productions of Lord Vernon's pork-eating digestive tract?  I think not, Allah-worshippers!"

Dr. Bernard Lewis — a British-American who is one of the most widely read authorities on the Middle East — says, "Current trends show that Europe will have a Muslim majority by the end of the 21st Century at the latest.... Europe will be part of the Arab West — the Maghreb."

Well I can't speak for Dr. Lewis personally, but if you want to claim that Western Europe will be part of the Maghreb by 2100, I think its fairly safe to say that his doctorate is not from one of any of the geological or cartographical sciences.

And seeing how he is often regarded as "
perhaps the most significant intellectual influence behind the invasion of Iraq," who argued that the invasion would "modernize the Middle East," I'm pretty sure that whatenever he puts his pen to paper, the resulting byflow is made of wrong.

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