Monday, February 15, 2010


Shear lunacy maybe the hallmark of the left, what with it's absolute denial of reality and it's pathological coping mechanisms used to avoid what ever makes them feel uncomfortable, challenges their religion or just generally woojes their feel-good buzz.

But we have lunacy in small quarters on the right as well. For instance the birthers.

Via RedState:

Even were the American public to fall under the belief that Barack Obama was born in a foreign country and 49 years ago his associates fabricated a narrative, a birth record, and placed birth announcements in both the Honolulu Advertiser and the Star Bulletin on August 4, 1961, to ensure that 49 years later he could become President of the United States, it is undisputed that Barack Obama’s mother is and has always been an American citizen. Therefore Barack Obama is and has always been an American citizen.

Got that?

It's no different with the 9-11 truthers. Its nutty conspiracy theories of actions beyond our reach to change, and being such, adherence to these conspiracies absolves one from action. Hence their attraction. One can feel smart and "in the know" about something beyond reach of action. you can just sit there and bask in your piercing insight. Sad, really.....

You don't have to do anything and can puff yourself up with having gained inside knowledge due to your enormous brain.

I got some news. We have REAL problems that can be solved: the "fundamental transformation of America" into a socialist state and the disregard of the Constitution for starters.

Can we start ignoring this crap now and stop helping the opposition?
Icon of the Holy Goracle, for you worship and devotional needs (via GM's Corner)


And if you don't believe that, you don't believe in science.

At least according to Howard "aaaargh" Dean:

“One of the most disturbing things about the Republican Party over the last couple of decades is that they just don’t believe in science any more. And that is not an approach that is likely to generate any kind of creative thinking…People who use snowstorms as an example of why global warming doesn’t exist don’t understand the science and they don’t care.”

Stupid people. Hot Air has the clip and discusses the belief system (aka. religion) of Global Warming claiming to be science, with more on this here.

Well for the record, here's some real science:

This weekend top global warming expert Professor Phil Jones the former director of the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit (CRU) admitted that global warming was a fraud.

* Data for vital ‘hockey stick graph’ has gone missing
* There has been no global warming since 1995
* Warming periods have happened before – but NOT due to man-made changes

Jones admitted this weekend that there has been no significant global warming in the last 15 years. (Gateway Pundit)

Of course what comes out every time you exhale has already been labeled a pollutant subject to EPA regulation, so the facts my not matter.

As if they ever did.

It was never about science. It's about expanding government control over the economy, our lives and about globally re-distributing wealth.

Saturday, February 13, 2010



I think it's important to understand the philosophic underpinning of the,, PROGRESSIVE (there, I think I got the latest word) movement. (Yeah, I know, philosophy is so boring and distasteful. But so is half of the jobs that half of us still have left. Still gotta do it.)

To them, there IS no higher truth than what their logical faculties can find, and since the ULTIMATE is beyond any one person's rational thought....well, there must be no truth.

It's all just words and it's all just what you say it is.

There is no such thing as truth or lies.

There's just you. As DJ 900 Ft. Jesus once say, "The Truth is Outa Style."

It's called "postmodernism" and if you don't know about it, you haven't or you haven't been told that it is the underpinning of every field of supposed learning in the vast majority of Colleges and Universities. It's an unquestioned assumption. Dr. Sanity has posted on this extensively. Quoting Steven Hicks (how's THAT name for irony?):

To the modernist, the "mask" metaphor is a recognition of the fact that words are not always to be taken literally or as directly stating a fact--that people largely use language elliptically, metaphorically, or to state falsehoods, that language can be textured with layers of meaning, and that it can be used to cover hypocrisies or to rationalize. Accordingly, unmasking means interpreting or investigating to a literal meaning or fact of the matter. The process of unmasking is cognitive, guided by objective standards, with the purpose of coming to an awareness of reality.

For the postmodernist, by contrast, interpretation and investigation never terminate with reality. Language connects only with more language, never with a non-linguistic reality....

For the postmodernist, language cannot be cognitive because it does not connect to reality, whether to an external nature or an underlying self. Language is not about being aware of the world, or about distinguishing the true from the false, or even about argument in the traditional sense of validity, soundness, and probability. Accordingly, postmodernism recasts the nature of rehtoric. Rhetoric is persasion in the absence of cognition.... - Stephen Hicks, Explaining Postmodernism (Pgs 175-177)
It's a damn hall of mirrors. That's all ya got.

Christians, on the other hand, accept that a connection with the truth and reality is indeed possible, but only through a submission to the will of God and a heart open to recieving His gift.

But as we all know, Christianity is evil and reliance on ones self for meaning is the only good.

And people ask, why is Der Messiah always so "Me, me, me?"

It's because there IS nothing else in this world but oneself.

At least if yer smrt n' such.

Think about it. It sure explains his actions. He has been the least transparent, least bi-partisan and least open of presidents. But now that he's gettin the smack down, suddenly he's puttin' on a Kabuki theater of pretend bi-partisan debate on TV.

Does he REALLY think people are s0 stupid as to buy this sham? Well, yes, but more importantly, he BELIEVES that words are the foutndation of reality and if he just changes them and puts on a lil' show, he can change that.

It's like having a crack-head president, only his crack is his embrace of a philosophy of sheer madness.

It's what smrt people do.

"No man will touch a sexy woman like me. I am SICK of being oppressed!"


Ran across this lil' gem(Front Page) from well-respected, famous feminist Andrea Dworkin- you know, a guru to women's studies majors in institutions of higher mean indoctrination, nation-wide.

Yet another reason to hang out with a high-school drop-out construction worker as opposed to a PhD if you wanna learn anything of any real value:

"(Valentine's) day is a manifestation of how capitalist and homophobic patriarchs brainwash and oppress women and push them into spheres of powerlessness."

Honey, we ain't all hot. I'm sorry. Still... a lil' bit o self-respect and personal hygiene would go long way. We live in a world of material. It involves bodies made of it. Sucks, I know, but that's the way it is. Just saying.

And I bet ya didn't know that it was only Christian holidays that were evil and oppressive! C'mon. It's anything at all connected to Western Culture!

Bet you ain't go no bood learnin', do ya....ya dumb hick!

I know I'm a lil' late postin' this, but OMG. Can it get any BETTER?

To the tune of "Teenage Wasteland"

On banjo.

An' they look like a bunch o' hippies.

Makin' fun of The Goracle and glo-bull warming.

Hope you've dug yourself out from the snow by now!

Thursday, February 11, 2010

When, oh when! will these horrible racist images become a thing of the past!? Damn nazis!


One of the lines that got me roarin' from Sarah Palin's Tea Party convention speech was this:

"They know we're at war, and to win that war we need a commander in chief, not a professor of law standing at the lectern,”

But did you know that it was a racist remark? No? Well maybe that's because you ain't no Hah-vahd perfesser, like this towering intellect:

Ogletree, founding and executive director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice, says he sees the “professor” label as a thinly veiled attack on Obama’s race. Calling Obama “the professor” walks dangerously close to labeling him “uppity,” a term with racial overtones that has surfaced in the political arena before, Ogletree said...

“The idea is that he’s not one of us,” Ogletree says of the professor label. “He has these ideas that are left wing, that are socialist, that he’s palling around with terrorists -- those were buzzwords, but the reality was they were looking at this president as an African American who was out of place.”

Thomas L. Haskell, a professor emeritus of history at Rice University, agrees that racial bias may be implicit in the attack on Obama’s professorial past.

“For me and a lot of other academic types, we identify with Obama precisely because he is an intellectual,” Haskell says. “But what does that mean to John Q. Public? I don’t know. John Q. Public may be frightened of these people, especially because this particular intellectual is a black.”

That would be the white part of the public that over-whelmingly voted for him.

It was because they were scared of a black man.

I'll spare you the rest of it.

Suffice it to say, that ANY criticism of The One is racist, and if you don't know that, yer just a dumb redneck.

Quick! Someone alert Homeland Security!


According to First Klingon, Michelle Obama.

Michelle, I know that terrorism is a scary thing that we all wish would go away like a bad dream.
But we need to be grown-ups now and face our fears or accept our destruction.

We've heard now that returning servicemen are a threat, tea party participants are a threat, state's rights supporters are a threat and now fat people.

Well here's a clue. It ain't the 60's any more and you ain't trippin on acid, m'kay? Makin' up lil' hallucinations to take the place of reality just doesn't work.

...when you've done nothing yourself.

Can ya believe it! Cowboy Joe isn't blaming Bush this time! He's making Bush's success his own:

I am very optimistic about -- about Iraq. I mean, this could be one of the great achievements of this administration. (LATimes)

He and ol' Jugears were against the war, against the surge and against staying until the job was done (at least until they got enough crap for that bone-headed idea and kept us there)

But the fact that the war has been a success is all due to their heroic efforts.

Being such a deluded failure must really weigh heavily on those two clowns.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010


Let's talk 'bout a teenage zombie, Der Messiah:

I got a letter -- I got a note today from one of my staff -- they forwarded it to me -- from a woman in St. Louis who had been part of our campaign, very active, who had passed away from breast cancer. She didn't have insurance. She couldn't afford it, so she had put off having the kind of exams that she needed. And she had fought a tough battle for four years. All through the campaign she was fighting it, but finally she succumbed to it. And she insisted she's going to be buried in an Obama t-shirt. (The Examiner)

Good for you. You got her braaaaains!

Greg Gutfeld on the ghoulishness of His Foolishness:

Consider what he did at that fundraiser.

-He remembers the Obama shirt, but not the name of the woman wearing it. Gross? Creepy? Try a combination of both: Greepy.

-Once again, he used the deceased to make a political point. I hate this crap, because the goal is to use an example of loss or suffering to prevent those who disagree from raising an objection. It makes me think we were too hard on John Edwards. After all, he just chased ambulances. This guy is chasing hearses.

-He made it all about him. While the rest of the world wrongly focused on Rahm Emmanuel’s “retarded” comment – this is where the real outrage lies. Obama brings up the final moments of a woman’s life, and feels compelled to insert himself there. This reflects a gaping narcissism whose ghoulishness is only matched by the adulating guffaws of a cackling audience.

It’s so gross, maybe it is funny.

And if you disagree with me, you’re probably a racist homophobe who hates dead people.

She DIED for him! Hater!


I previously posted on Thomas Sowell's piece about the left's concept of "fairness."
They whine that the natural differences in the world are un-fair. Life's not fair!

The mantra of every teenager.

Some grow up. Others become president.

From Greg Lewis at American Thinker:

The Obama administration resembles nothing so much as a big house in the suburbs where the parents are away for the weekend. In the absence of any responsible person to take charge, the Teenager-in-Chief is letting the rest of the adolescents run wild.
They've maxed out their parents' credit cards and have begun working on their overdraft lines in earnest, as the T-I-C's budget, which proposes a $1.5-trillion deficit for the coming fiscal year, attests. With "what, me worry?" aplomb worthy of a Mad Magazine cover boy, Barack Obama delivered to Congress a bloated document which proposes that more than 40 percent of federal spending be done with borrowed money, and some of the rest courtesy of renewed taxes on America's "rich" -- those people and small businesses making unholy annual incomes greater than $250,000....

And boy is His Hipness ever angry!

...He barely has time for golf and pickup basketball games and date nights any more, and you know how important those are to any teen. So of course he's angry.
He's angry at the overwhelming problems he "inherited" from the previous administration. And he's angry because despite the fact that he had bulletproof majorities in both houses of Congress, the American public was too stupid to understand his health care initiative and the wonderful things it would do for them, and so he couldn't get that legislation pushed through.

Never mind that his is the anger of manufactured intellectual outrage unconnected to real-world experience. And never mind that it's the anger of psychological pain born in the midst of privilege few generations in the history of our planet have ever enjoyed. It is ultimately an unpleasant and whiny anger, the anger of a rich kid bitching that his parents haven't given him quite enough, the anger of a spoiled child who denigrates those who came before him for not being what he thinks they should have been. He's the Teenager-in-Chief, and he's not about to let you forget it.


As long as the teacher's unions control education, the classroom will be a dangerous place (as well as an indoctrination center):

At the beginning of his 32-year career as a math teacher in Queens, Francisco Olivares allegedly impregnated and married a 16-year-old girl he had met when she was a 13-year-old student at his Corona junior high, IS 61, The Post learned.
He sexually molested two 12-year-old pupils a decade later and another student four years after that, the city Department of Education charged.
But none of it kept Olivares, 60, from collecting his $94,154 salary.
He hasn't set foot in a classroom in seven years since beating criminal and disciplinary charges. Chancellor Joel Klein keeps Olivares in a "rubber room," a district office where teachers accused of misconduct sit all day with nothing to do. (NYPost)
Get all that? Impregnate little girls while supposedly teaching them and you get to keep making money without having to do the work anymore.

And if you have a problem with that, you just hate workers, you evil capitalist pig!


Yeah. It's for real. via Moonbattery.

It's not just their support of abortion.

It's their disagreement with life in general. It's not fair!

Thomas Sowell has some thoughts on fairness:

If by "fair" you mean everyone having the same odds for achieving success, then life has never been anywhere close to being fair, anywhere or at any time. If you stop and think about it (however old-fashioned that may seem), it is hard even to conceive of how life could possibly be fair in that sense.

Even within the same family, among children born to the same parents and raised under the same roof, the first-borns on average have higher IQs than their brothers and sisters, and usually achieve more in life...

Many people fail to see the fundamental difference between saying that a particular thing-- whether a mental test or an institution-- is conveying a difference that already exists or is creating a difference that would not exist otherwise.

Creating a difference that would not exist otherwise is discrimination, and something can be done about that. But, in recent times, virtually any disparity in outcomes is almost automatically blamed on discrimination, despite the incredible range of other reasons for disparities between individuals and groups.

Nature's discrimination completely dwarfs man's discrimination....

"But that's not how I want the world to be! Whaaaa!"

It is the height of arrogance to believe that man can create heaven on earth. That man can eliminate richness and variety to create a flat, red world without difference- a world, in fact that world would only be HELL on earth.

Witness Mussolini, Hitler, Pol Pot, Stalin. They all wanted to eliminate "un-fairness" and enforce equality of results. They meant well, just like the smilin' hipster next door to you. Friendly. Caring. They wanted to create a perfect world and believed that man is the agency to do that. So what if millions had to be killed? Makin' heaven is tough work! You can't have freedom and heaven at the same time. If you let people be free you have to trust and have faith in something, and as every good leftist knows, there's nothing but themselves to believe in.

And so we have The One as president.

It must be galling for them to have to use for their work the very prosperity and freedom that flow from the system that they are working to destroy- a system that was built by those who encouraged freedom because of their faith in the goodness of God.

The contradiction is mind-boggling. But I guess that's what pot is for, huh?

As with everything Mr. Sowell writes, it's well worth reading the whole thing (here).


Now that man-made global warming has been so thoroughly discredited, we aren't hearing as much about it. Oh they are still pushing their agenda, make no mistake- its too great an opportunity for complete control and redistribution of wealth, but they are keeping quiet about it now hoping no one will notice.

Well not all of them. For instance check out this bashing of Sarah Palin as stupid on that cesspool of lunacy, The View:

ENSLER: Well, I just think the idea that she doesn't believe in global warming is bizarre.

BEHAR: Every scientist at every note believes in it but Sarah Palin doesn't believe in it.

ENSLER: And I think we just kind of have to walk around the world at this point and look at what is happening to nature and earthquakes and tsunamis. (via Weasel Zippers)

Behar believes that global warming causes earthquakes.

It's because she is so intelligent, as opposed to, you know, Sarah Palin.

The thing about Progessives is that they are so convinced of their superiority and the ignorance of anyone that disagrees with their failed agenda, that they feel no need to actually know anything. What does matter is that they feeeeeeeel superior and that the stupid public shuts the hell up and bows to that.

Its a mental health issue, not politics.


Walter E. Williams:

....Correcting the student's speech might be deemed as insensitive to diversity at best and racism at worst, leading possibly to a teacher's reprimand, termination and possibly assault.

A teacher's job is to teach and failure to correct a student's speech, just as failure to correct a math error, is a dereliction of duty. You might say, "Williams, Ebonics or black English is part of the cultural roots of black people and to disparage it is racism." That's utter nonsense...

Language is our tool of communication. If a person has poor oral language skills, he's likely to have poor writing, reading and comprehension skills. To my knowledge, there are no books in any field of study written in Ebonics or black English. It is very likely that a person with poor language skills will suffer significant deficits in other areas of academic competence such as mathematics and the sciences. It doesn't mean that the person is unintelligent; it means that he doesn't have all the tools of intelligence. That is what's so insidious about the state of black education today; so many blacks do not have a chance to develop the tools of intelligence. Many might have high native intelligence but come off sounding like a moron.

Isn't it strange that the Democratic party, the party that fought to keep slavery and fought against civil rights, is STILL full of people that gladly do the work of encouraging black people to be poor, dependent and ignorant? As opposed to using their armed wing, the KKK, they merely switched tactics and now use the tools used by the "benevolent slave master" in 1850. "They are happier being ignorant and they need ME to take care of them because they are powerless to take care of themselves." What's worse, that they have enlisted black "leaders" to help create miserey and oppression in the name of fighting oppression while they enrich themselves.

Yet when this is pointed out what do we hear? RACISM!

In our society today, racism is equality and oppression is freedom.

MLK is rolling over in his grave and the KKK is revelling in the victory of their sick, sick ideas.

Saturday, February 06, 2010



"If everybody here turned off your CNN, your Fox, just turn off the TV, MSNBC, blogs, and just go talk to folks out there, instead of being in this echo chamber where the topic is constantly politics,"

Stupid media. Messin' up his "fundamental transformation" of America into a Marxist State! No wonder The One is feelin' kinda' pissy! The left's hero, Hugo Chavez felt the same way, so he just got rid of the inconvenient free press.

Well just bide your time lil' comrade! You have 3 more years to bring us to our knees with Cloward-Piven, and then you can do whatever the hell you want.

It'll be ok. Now go have yourself some arugula.

There is, however, one thing about your decree that confuses me. If we are supposed to ignore the media and just talk to "regular folks" how are we going to be any better at supporting your agenda? Aren't "regular folks" too stupid to understand your awesomeness? You keep saying that you haven't explained things well enough for their poor little pea brains to absorb your depths, despite your near-constant blathering. What's more, it's those "regular folks" that are becoming united in opposition to The Plan you have- you know, all them there racist, violent, angry, un-American, redneck tea-party people. Isn't Keith Olbermann better than any of them?

It's an assumption by the left that goes unquestioned. It's part of the water they swim it and they are blind to any other environment.

Charles K.
has some thoughts on this in light of the growing visibility of the public's rejections of The One's agenda:

This being a democracy, don't the Democrats see that clinging to this agenda will march them over a cliff? Don't they understand Massachusetts?

Well, they understand it through a prism of two cherished axioms: (1) The people are stupid and (2) Republicans are bad. Result? The dim, led by the malicious, vote incorrectly.

Liberal expressions of disdain for the intelligence and emotional maturity of the electorate have been, post-Massachusetts, remarkably unguarded. New York Times columnist Charles Blow chided Obama for not understanding the necessity of speaking "in the plain words of plain folks," because the people are "suspicious of complexity." Counseled Blow: "The next time he gives a speech, someone should tap him on the ankle and say, 'Mr. President, we're down here.' "

A Time magazine blogger was even more blunt about the ankle-dwelling mob, explaining that we are "a nation of dodos" that is "too dumb to thrive."

Obama joined the parade in the State of the Union address when, with supercilious modesty, he chided himself "for not explaining it [health care] more clearly to the American people." The subject, he noted, was "complex." The subject, it might also be noted, was one to which the master of complexity had devoted 29 speeches. Perhaps he did not speak slowly enough.

Then there are the emotional deficiencies of the masses. Nearly every Democratic apologist lamented the people's anger and anxiety, a free-floating agitation that prevented them from appreciating the beneficence of the social agenda the Democrats are so determined to foist upon them.

That brings us to Part 2 of the liberal conceit: Liberals act in the public interest, while conservatives think only of power, elections, self-aggrandizement and self-interest.

It is an old liberal theme that conservative ideas, being red in tooth and claw, cannot possibly emerge from any notion of the public good. A 2002 New York Times obituary for philosopher Robert Nozick explained that the strongly libertarian implications of Nozick's masterwork, "Anarchy, State, and Utopia," "proved comforting to the right, which was grateful for what it embraced as philosophical justification." The right, you see, is grateful when a bright intellectual can graft some philosophical rationalization onto its thoroughly base and self-regarding politics.

This belief in the moral hollowness of conservatism animates the current liberal mantra that Republican opposition to Obama's social democratic agenda -- which couldn't get through even a Democratic Congress and powered major Democratic losses in New Jersey, Virginia and Massachusetts -- is nothing but blind and cynical obstructionism.

By contrast, Democratic opposition to George W. Bush -- from Iraq to Social Security reform -- constituted dissent. And dissent, we were told at the time, including by candidate Obama, is "one of the truest expressions of patriotism."

No more. Today, dissent from the governing orthodoxy is nihilistic malice. "They made a decision," explained David Axelrod, "they were going to sit it out and hope that we failed, that the country failed" -- a perfect expression of liberals' conviction that their aspirations are necessarily the country's, that their idea of the public good is the public's, that their failure is therefore the nation's.

I work with liberals who sincerely believe that they are open-minded and are not ideologues. The reason? They are unable to see goodness coming from anywhere but the left. I mean, garsh! everybody knows that. Its like saying the grass is green to them. Not being able to see the water they swim in, they blindly head down for the mud instead of realizing there may be a blue sky above.