Canadians Should Feel Angry, Americans Should Feel Deeply Ashamed and Afraid.
Barack Obama has hired a Secretary of Homeland Security that reflects both the ideology and the intellectual capabilities of the leadership we have elected. Cry the beloved country!
Secretary Janet Napolitano has disgraced America already in manifold ways. She is well on the way to making Jamie Gorlick appear patriotic; Joe Biden look suave and ethical and Joseph McCarthy appear fair-minded in comparison. The woman even manages to make Timothy Geithner look competent against the lush verdant background of her vastly ineluctable stupidity.
Fortunately, foreign press outlets don’t appear to be as beholden to Barack Obama as the sycophantic carnival barkers we have taking up valuable air time and space on our domestic networks. Secretary Napolitano found that to be true when she decided to needlessly slander Canada in order to help Barack Obama score more brownie points with the likes of Hugo Chavez. Secretary Napolitano’s insulting dishonesty, sprinkled with blatantly disproved 9-11 Trufferism, follows below.
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A Tragedy That Needs To Be Politicized
Sometimes, despite the best of our intentions, the worst truly happens. Unacceptable and inexcusable evil strikes the innocent down dead. It does so for no reason, and it does so for nobody’s benefit. Evil, simply just is.
Other times, the worst of consequences should and could have been prevented. Huntsville, Alabama teenagers Leigh Anna Jimmerson and Tad Mattle appear to have been stricken down by just such an act of unconscionable non-random malice. They were rear-ended by a drunken driver Friday night and killed. The drunken driver was obviously in our country illegally.
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In Which I Endeavor To Help The Pathetic Network Known As CNN
Because DHS thinks I’m just another Joker who wants to see the world burn.
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How I Became a Threat to Mom, America and Apple Pie Subsidies
It’s officially official. I can no longer equivocate or run for rhetorical cover. I am a baaaaaaaaaaaaaadddd man! According to the 7 April report by Department of Homeland Suppression (DHS), entitled Rightwing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment. I’m officially a threat to Obamerica. While I’ve always lingered a step or two to the right of Tamerlane and Attila | Read More »
Back In The US SSR
Now that Wing-Nut Monster, Congressman Spencer Bachus has gone and done it. Comity is over. The Red –Scare is On and McCarthy has been exhumed. Maunderings of a new inquisition follow below.
But he said he is worried that he is being steered too far by the Congress: “Some of the men and women I work with in Congress are socialists.”
Asked to clarify his comments after the breakfast speech at the Trussville Civic Center, Bachus said 17 members of the U.S. House are socialists.
This is an outrage. Why is this man stupid enough to believe that there are only 17? The current trajectory of American economic policy reminds us more and more of Hugo Chavez or perhaps, if the world really does cut loose the USD as a reserve currency, Robert Mugabe.
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America’s New Currency – The Obama
The United Nations has finally decided to do something intelligent. Predictably with the UN; it’s not something that will help the United States much. However, if I were them, I would do it too. A panel of UN economic experts has suggested ditching the US dollar as the UN’s official reserve currency. The dollar would be replaced by a currency unit consisting of the averaged | Read More »
Pelosinomics: Bankruptcy Is Not An Option
On Wednesday, the Big Three American automakers converged upon Congress- with their Christmas List of unjust demands. These would be the terms by which they would continue to produce sub-par merchandise, employ large numbers of Democratic Party loyalists and manage a pension and health care system that no one in their right minds would want to take over as part of a bankruptcy receivership. The | Read More »
Of Talleyrand and Jamie Gorelick
People manage to survive in Washington, DC while adding nothing to the commonweal, and sometimes doing substantial damage. They have the dirt on their rivals, they know who’s butt to kiss or they just have a canny instinct that enables them to artfully duck at the right moment. I’m not sure which describes Jamie Gorelick, but like Arnold Schwarzenegger at the end of a Terminator | Read More »
When We First Start Selling
It was a while back in my chronological adulthood. I was under the delusion that I was cut out for professional sales. That delusion was a psychological adjustment to the fact that I had graduated from college amidst the 1991 recession, didn’t have credentials that would set the world afire, and couldn’t find much work outside the world of full commission sales. So I took | Read More »
Vote, Forrest, Vote!
Thanks to Bob Cesca, spittle-flecked, cretinous moorlock/blogger for The Huffington Post, I now know what I must do. I must join ACORN and acquire the right to vote seventeen times in next Tuesday’s election. Then, I must cast my multiple ballots, and Rocky’s and Bullwinkle’s multiple ballots as well, on behalf of Sarah Palin. Coincidentally, that’ll help some guy named McCain. But then again, a | Read More »
Senator Obama’s Calculus of Fiscal Deception
Barack Obama has sworn up and down that he can pay for every dime of his new proposed Federal spending. Alan Reynolds, of The Wall Street Journal must be a closet racist. He asks the rather mean-spirited question How’s Obama Going to Raise $4.3 Trillion? On one side of the balance sheet, Reynolds lists the potential credits against which the US Treasury will have to | Read More »
Time For A Rudimentary History Lesson
Ruth Marcus, Reporter for The Washington Post, is a fairly accurate barometer by which we can estimate how much our elite intelligentsia really understands the nation it condescends to and calls stupid. Cry the beloved country. Her latest reading shows us the presence of an intellectual low pressure system. Ramesh Ponnuru stands appropriately gobsmacked. Ruth Marcus writes, “McCain’s angry denunciation of socialist wealth-spreading ignores the | Read More »
So, What’s The Big Hang-up, Joe?
A lot of people got really angry with a character named Joe the Plumber in recent days. He not only had the unmitigated gall to ask Barack Obama a question; he asked him a hard and rather loaded one. And that, according to the Martha Stewart Set, is not a good thing. So this low-brow, Chris Daughtry-looking plumber asks Barack Obama whether he wanted to | Read More »
Deus Ex Machina
Presidential Elections often change direction due to factors beyond the control of the competing campaigners. Often, unpredictable events occur, or something beneath the surface “just clicks.” No one really plans these events, they just beset candidates for office. Like the infamous Dukakis Tank Ride, Barack Obama’s Joe the Plumber Dialogue may have just given the GOP a gift from the gods. After that delightfully funny | Read More »
The Final Put Option
Those of us who have read Ayn Rand can sometimes get too caught up in applying fiction to current reality. Yes, the state is overburdening, yes it will get larger and more obnoxious in the decade from 2010 to 2020. Finally, the man who would lead said state into a new era of statist dictates, doesn’t exactly surround himself with people who view America through | Read More »
Killing More Polar Bears with the WWF
The classicists argue as to whether Nero really fiddled while Rome burned. Yet the story is seen as apocryphal in the same way biblical parables and myths from Greek Mythology are often so viewed. That is because we all know people who have done just that sort of thing. It happens amongst us now – and on a grand and extravagant scale. Perhaps the most | Read More »
Threats From The Mouth of Sauron
It seems James Carville and David Gergen just had to warn us before it became too late. They have to save America the same way Madame Royale had to save France. There would be “disturbances” if the “right” candidate didn’t win. David Gergen broached the topic with the customary subtlety of an advisor/hack from both Republican and Democratic administrations. “I think it’s too early to | Read More »
Staggering In Search of a Suitable Place to Die
Americans are depressed about their current economic fortunes and in many cases their personal finances. In the case of some individuals who have invested/gambled more than they could afford to lose on real estate investments, the mordant pessimism may accurately reflect reality. However, those of us not familiar with the Fabius Maximus Blog, have not seen, felt or tasted the sense of doom that seems | Read More »
Environmental and Financial Activism: A Necessary Solution, a Luxury Good or a Harbinger of Tyranny?
In less than one year since a German Environmental Minister, Sigmar Gabriel, referred to US President George W. Bush as a Neanderthal for not reducing US CO2 emissions more and sooner, the worm has now indeed turned. Gabriel opined in high dudgeon back in April of this year. In a statement called “Bush’s Neanderthal speech,” German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel said: “His speech showed not | Read More »
At Last, I Get It
I’ll be the first to admit it. I’ll laugh at myself on this one so that you guys don’t have to. John McCain wasn’t sacrificing anything by suspending his campaign. He was calling “Vegas Harry’s” bluff. Senator Reid opined that he could read minds when he offered up the following bit of “truthiness” regarding Senator McCain’s position on the bailout. “I got some good news | Read More »