Month: October 2008

Your Future Under President Hussein

Yeah, I think I’ll be calling him President Hussein for the next four years. That has a nice – and familiar – ring.

We may as well get ready for the new culture of thought crime prosecution that’s been coming for quite some time. For those of you who haven’t been paying attention to Canada and Europe’s hate speech prosecutions (which are coming to your neighborhood soon), here’s how it works.

If the left hangs Sarah Palin in effigy, it is excused (or celebrated) as “art”. And we are all to “respect the artist.”

He emphasized that it was a peaceful and lawful protest. ChadMichael Morrisette, a professional window display designer who set up the life-size mannequin of Palin in front of his house, said the protesters were mostly concerned that the Palin display cast a bad light on the city’s gay community.

“They told us we respect you as artists, we’re just concerned about the effect on the community,” Morrisette said. “I don’t resent them. I’m not angry at them. I respect their rights.” Morrisette, 28, said he talked by phone last night with West Hollywood Mayor Jeffrey Prang. He said Prang told them that he respected his first amendment rights but urged him to take down the display. “He said, “Think of the bigger picture,’” Morrisette said. “I told the mayor I will have it down by 8 a.m. Saturday. He said, ‘Thank you, the sooner the better.”

How civilized.

On the flip side, if there is a response to this – in this case, a hanging of B. Hussein Osama in effigy – those people are arrested and prosecuted for a hate crime. It’s also referred to as a “lynching” by the Old Media.

LEXINGTON, Ky. — A University of Kentucky student and another man were arrested Thursday, accused of hanging a life-sized likeness of Barack Obama from a tree on the campus.

The incident was one of several in recent weeks involving effigies of the presidential candidates or their running mates. No charges have been filed in four other cases that have made national headlines.

UK Interim Police Chief Joe Monroe said the men “expressed remorse for a stunt that had gotten out of hand.”

Arrested were Joe Fischer, 22, a UK student, and Hunter Bush, 21, both of Lexington. Both were being held at Fayette County Detention Center on charges of disorderly conduct related to the hanging of the effigy. They were also charged with burglary and theft at a fraternity house where police said the materials came from.

The UK authorities are the same knee-jerk, politically-correct administrators who couldn’t find their balls with two hands and a road map. You’ll find this same gutless caving-in-to-grievance-groups from the ivory towers of universities to the boardrooms of the corporations that are regularly shaken down by the likes of Jackson and Sharpton.

The First and Second Amendments will be the first targets of the coming Socialist/Dim-O-Crack Government, so speak up before the inauguration, because doing so later will get you jail time.

Obama Means More Freedom From Responsibility!

It’s a dream come true for this Florida Obamaniac.

Watch the video here and pay attention to this quote at the end from a typical B. Hussein voter.

“I won’t have to worry about putting gas in my car. I won’t have to worry about paying my mortgage. You know. If I help him, he’s gonna help me.

One more thing about this video that is striking. Check out the reaction of the crowds at these Obamessiah Revivals. It truly is a big, twisted worship service. You won’t find these kinds of crowds at McShame rallies because we don’t treat our politicians like saviors. We begrudgingly accept the unfortunate reality that they’re necessary. Conversely, the Obamabots truly are hyper-emotional zombified mental-midgets with their hands out. It’s downright disturbing.

h/t MW

The Predictions Keep On Coming

This time from Mrs. Holmes. She probably won’t appreciate me posting this, but in addition to being very easy on the eye, she’s damn sharp too. Stolen from one of her forwarded e-mails.

So here’s my election prediction. Obama wins handily and Democrats get a filibuster-proof Senate. The perfect storm. They will call it a “mandate for change” and push through some seriously socialist shit – lots of regulation, confiscating 401Ks (or something similar- I don’t think that will actually pass), huge new entitlements and federal programs, really scary but under the radar things like getting rid of secret ballots in union votes (this is a VERY big deal and the vast majority does not understand how significant this is – it will allow the teacher unions to have more control of schools which means further deterioration of our public schools, it will give more power to labor unions whose power has waned in recent years in every sector except civil service (hmmm think about that one) and make no mistake, the union agenda is VERY “progressive” and left leaning. This will also have huge impact on the economy and will result in job losses as factory wages start to exceed salaries for teachers, nurses and accountants! More layoffs and downsizing and business failures will result from unions negotiating pay and benefits that companies cannot afford). We will have higher taxes to pay for it all. He won’t raise taxes outright on the “middle class” but he’ll jack up the imbedded corporate taxes and we’ll pay for that with higher prices.

We’ll back way off in Iraq and the terrorists will terrorize everyone in the that region, including US targets in the Middle East, but we probably won’t see another attack on our soil for awhile.

The best we can hope for throughout all of this, is that things go badly QUICKLY. We need the effects of all of these bad policies and choices to be seen within 3 years – and then hopefully the American public will wake up and clean house in 2012.

Or maybe the educated racists show up in droves to make sure he’s not elected (that’s sarcasm by the way!) In any event we’ll know in about 8 days.

All very plausible except for the American public waking up part.

I did hear Boortz say something that made me laugh yesterday. We’ve got scores of idiots who are going to vote for B. Hussein Osama out of either white guilt or class envy – many of these people work for small businesses across the country. Hussein’s tax plan is going to punish those evil small businesses (who *gasp* make more than $150K/year) and a good percentage of those small business owners will either pack it in, scale back or go out of business completely.

Then these same Obamaniacs will be out of a job, sitting by the curb, crying into a bucket. In that bucket will be the tears of hope and change. That, my friends, will be social justice.

Honestly, What Is With You People?

I swear, I ask you this sincerely.

Simply examining what Barack Obama has actually done versus his messianic rhetoric and outrageous promises creates a disconnect that warps the space-time continuum.

American Spectator sums it up perfectly. Not a McCain fan, Quin Hillyer explains why the vote must be cast for McCain if only to keep Obama out of office.

To be fully honest, it would go to some lengths to explain that the best reason to vote for John McCain is probably that it would keep Barack Obama from being president — because Obama is a radical with very few real achievements, incredibly thin experience, and no record of having been tested in a crisis. Starting from when he was 12 years old and was mentored by an openly Communist poet, continuing through his days at Columbia (the same time terrorist William Ayers was there), his long and extensive associations with Ayers and with PLO apologist whatshisame Khalidi and with hate-spewing clergymen Jeremiah Wright and Michael Pfleger and with the corrupt organization ACORN and apparently with thuggish Marxist Kenyan leader Raila Odinga and with convicted political fixer/felon Tony Rezko, Obama has deliberately and repeatedly associated with people who express contempt for America or for the mainstream of American thought. And Obama’s outrageous opposition to the Born-Alive Infant Protection Act shows him not just to be “pro-choice,” but to be the most radically and indeed brutally pro-abortion presidential nominee in history. And don’t even think about his view on how judges should be more concerned with “empathy” and with helping the “outcast” than with actually applying the words of the laws or the Constitution….

What convinces you that his Chicago politics including getting elected by disqualifying his candidates and working against a reform candidate in favor of the business as usual crowd won’t feature in his new kind of politics?

What about his current tactics of trying to silence dissent?

How about going back on his public finance pledge?

Most importantly, what about his very liberal voting record leads you to believe he will be even slightly moderate?

Does any of this phase a liberal-leaning person or cause him to think that Obama won’t bring about a glorious new America?

If you’re an Obama supporter, I welcome your comments. Only stupid or profane comments will be deleted.

I Think She Would Have Wanted It That Way

Say what you will about Zsa Zsa Huffinglue’s website for the criminally insane but they do know how to stick to the message.  Speaking of sticking things:

Carol Anne Burger killed her former lover by stabbing her 222 times with a Phillips-head screwdriver and then took pains to hide her crime, police said Wednesday.


Using Luminol, a chemical agent that causes blood traces to fluoresce under ultraviolet light, they found a “tremendous amount of blood” splattered throughout the garage, where the attack must have taken place, Chapman said. The Luminol also revealed Burger’s glowing sneaker prints on the garage floor, mapping her steps after she walked through her old flame’s blood.

“We believe the process of killing Jessica was pretty lengthy, in and out of the car,” Chapman said. “She obviously was out of her mind.”

Some of Burger’s friends at first refused to believe she was capable of such savagery.

“My gut tells me that it’s impossible and that something else is going on,” said Helen Gale, Burger’s close friend and confidante. “This is just beyond belief.”

Yea, “something else is going on”.  Your nutty gay divorcee didn’t just poke more holes in her meal ticket than a rigged Diebold Black Box paper ballot than your average Florida senior citizen who treats their butterfly ballots like a bingo card – obviously, Karl Rove and Bush were out to discredit the great work she had been doing for Zsa Zsa.   Good catch, detective.

“She was obviously out of her mind.” That is a prerequisite to get a login there, isn’t it?  It’s not like we haven’t seen her kind before.

Don’t get me wrong here.  This is a tragedy for the true victim, Jessica Kalish.  As for Burger, she just bought her own ticket on the Hell Express.  She bought the ticket.  She’s taking the ride.

Think if a writer for a top conservative blog stabbed his wife or estranged gay fishing buddy with a screwdriver 220 times that it might make the news or at least a mention on the website?  From OffTheBus to under the bus, I guess.

Naaahh.  We’ve got more important things to cover like the 2,827th post about why somebody you never heard of is voting for Hope and Change ™.  Electing Obama is way more important than noting that one of your site’s writers killed someone and then themselves.  After all, we can’t be distracted by the insanity we nurtured.

An example:

Adios, Great Pumpkin

And on Halloween too.

I’ve gotten word from two different reliable sources that the straw has apparently broken the camel’s back and this will be The Great Pumpkin’s last year as head coach of the Vols.

Obviously none of this is confirmed by the “legit” media, but I’d put at least five bucks on it. For a five dolla foot long.

My friend Patrick GhostofNeyland (sorry, Ghost) sums it up well…

I don’t know how I feel right now. This is exciting news. It’s also sad news. Phillip Fulmer is a bonafide Tennessee legend. If it’s true — and I believe it is — the change, the complete change and rebuilding phase is upon us. Keeping the recruits we’ve got committed this year, or as many as we can, will go a long way in determining the immediate future of the program. Building blocks such as Jerod Askew, David Oku, Jarvis Giles, Je’Ron Stokes, Edwin Herbert, etc. , etc. and big-name players still on the board such as Morgan Moses, Taj Boyd and Peter White (all three we possibly lead for) would go a long way in the next coach having near-immediate success upon taking over.

We loved you, Phil. But all good things must come to an end.

Fulmer gave his all for the Vols, but it’s time for some fresh blood. The old guard has been stale since 2005.

Sarah Palin, The Anti-Snob

The idiot GOP handlers tried to neuter her before the V.P. debate so that she wouldn’t come off as authentic and throw the GOP off its message of bland open-borders socialism-lite. Then they tried to dress her up like an overpriced American Girl doll.

She’s just a regular old independent moose-shootin’ redneck woman. She can be my president any day of the week, bitches.

The GOP will never get it. That’s why they keep losing. Way to go, losers.

I Don’t Know What You Ever Saw In That Guy

Breaking up is hard to do.  Just ask Olga Kurylenko.  She wanted to get out from under the yoke of an abusive relationship.  But some people won’t take no for an answer.

Especially when your native country needs a restraining order taken out against it:

A Russian communist group has attacked the newest Bond girl, Olga Kurylenko, for her “moral and intellectual betrayal” in starring in a film about the “enemy of the Soviet people.”


“In the name of all communists we appeal to you, Olga Kurylenko, wanton daughter of unclean Ukraine and deserter of the Slavic world. The Soviet Union educated you, cared for you, and brought you up for free, but no one suspected that you would commit this act of intellectual and moral betrayal,” the St. Petersburg-based KPLO group’s statement read, going on to call James Bond “the killer of hundreds of Soviet people and their allies.”

For a second I couldn’t tell if she betrayed the Soviet people or the Obama campaign.  Come on, comrades.  Spread the wealth as you’re wont to do.

Besides, James Bond only killed commies in the movies.  In real life, to have that many commies killed Bond would have had a statue in his honor in Gori or at least the East Village in New York.

“Your peers are engaged in struggles against NATO and you lounge around on the Cote d’Azur. How could you desert your homeland in its moment of need? Do you really want Crimean girls to be raped by cruel and stupid American marines?” the statement also read.

Those Crimean girls were begging for it on their hands and knees.

The former Soviet Union is the Joe Dirt of the world with its formerly formidable mullet flapping in the breeze.

But you just wait, girl.  When we get that Hemi fixed you’re gonna be sorry.  They’re all gonna be sorry.

First off, I’m afraid we need to have intervention.

I’m going to suggest NATO.

We can’t stand to see you being hurting like this baby.

You can do so much better.

Spin Baby Spin

If you are an unhinged lefty, you know, the type that posts at The DailyKos or The Boston Herald, then you might think that Obama’s socialist creds are no big deal.

Here’s the smoking gun, in case you missed it.

But what about those fearful, ignorant voters? You would probably go to DefCon 5 trying to spin that 1. Obama’s no Socialist and 2. even if he was, it what’s so wrong about that?

I’ll skip the DU bat-sh*t crazy because, well, how seriously would you take a 15 year-old anarcho-syndicalist? However, let’s see what a reputable paper [guffaw] says.

Conservative bloggers and websites have been flogging it, and now John McCain’s campaign has put its imprimatur on it: a newly disclosed radio interview in which Democratic rival Barack Obama talks about the redistribution of wealth.

The interview, first reported by the Drudge Report, was with a Chicago radio station while he was an Illinois state senator on Sept. 6, 2001.

Obama is talking about the victories of the civil rights movement, and says, “You know if you look at the victories and the failures of the Civil Rights movement and its litigation strategy in the Court, I think where it succeeded was to invest formal rights in previously dispossessed peoples so that I would now have the right to vote, I would now be able to sit at the lunch counter and order as long as I could pay for it I would be okay. But the Supreme Court never ventured into the issues of redistribution of wealth and sort of more basic issues of political and economic justice in this society…. And one of the I think the tragedies of the Civil Rights movement was because the Civil Rights movement became so court focused I think that there was a tendency to lose track of the political and community organizing and activities on the ground that are able to put together the actual coalitions of power through which you bring about redistributive change and in some ways we still suffer from that.”

The entire context of the interview isn’t clear, and the sentiment isn’t all that different from Martin Luther King Jr., who after the voting rights and other accomplishments of the 1960s civil rights movement moved toward greater emphasis on poverty and economic justice.

Well, gollee Martin Luther King Jr. said something like that. Know what that makes you? (hint: starts with an “r” and it’s been played ad nauseum).

To defuse this bomb, Cass Sunstein spins it to sound like this is a basically conservative ideal and I don’t know why the fuss.

“What the critics are missing is that the term ‘redistribution’ didn’t mean in the Constitutional context equalized wealth or anything like that. It meant some positive rights, most prominently the right to education, and also the right to a lawyer,” Sunstein said. “What he’s saying – this is the irony of it – he’s basically taking the side of the conservatives then and now against the liberals.”

Positive rights, like the right to own a home regardless of income, the right to vote regardless of being alive and of course, the right to some of Joe the Plumber’s future cash.

How Does Bribery Work?

Ruben Navarette at Real Clear Politics posts an interesting question via McCain’s appeal (or lack thereof) to the Latino community.  Going so far as wonder aloud “How can McCain be losing Latino voters?”

Recently, I was on a Latino-themed radio show defending John McCain. The defendant was accused of abandoning comprehensive immigration reform, turning his back on Latino supporters, and associating with a bad crowd (read: Republicans).


“During the immigration debate,” he said, “it’s very clear that a lot of the language and rhetoric that was used (by Republicans) made Latino citizens believe that we were anti-Latino.


“Yeah,” McCain said, “we were in a restaurant and he just sent over a plate of nachos. What do you say to something like that? I just said, ‘Thanks very much.”


“Throughout our history, we have had people who stoked nativist instincts,” he said.

Still, McCain’s following among Latinos is evaporating. A poll by Zogby International found that 21 percent of Latinos support McCain, compared to 70 percent for Barack Obama; the Pew Hispanic Center ranked it 23 percent McCain and 66 percent Obama.

Seeing as how McCain has been the highest profile pro-Amnesty Senator out there, how can anyone look at the complete lack of support by someone who has put his career on the line for illegal aliens be construed as anything less than a tactical error of Rumsfeldian proportions?

These people, who are in  our country illegally, are going to throw you overboard as soon as someone promises them a free ride.  McCain being the biggest example of this.  That certain cocooned Republican interests think that Mexican Catholicism is going to translate into a third way evangelical vote in a post-Amnesty world are huffing deeply from the gas rags of bad ideas while simultaneously causing a Mexican Standoff with their own base.

Thanks very much indeed, Senator.

“I’m confident that, as many more of those Latino voters focus in the next 14 days, we’ll do well,” he said.

Finally, I asked McCain if he had a message for those Latinos who have long been in his corner, as he has been in theirs. He simply expressed his hope that “they’ll just examine my record and my knowledge and my background and the judgments that I have made.” Whatever happens, he said, “I will respect their decision.”

It’s too bad that for the Republican Party’s candidate for President that he never respected his own people’s decision.

High School Musical 3 – A Parent’s Guide

I know the election season has us all wound up tighter than a patronage job in the Chicago Machine. So it’s time to loosen up and forget about politics for a while.

Perhaps to forget the vitriol, you should consider taking your little progeny for some entertainment and unrealistic idealization of four years of their life which will never live up to glorified imagery presented by the Disney Corporation.

That’s right, take them to see High School Musical 3 this weekend!

Included for your convenience is a handy guide to maximize your fun! CrankyKid and I have prepared this for you!

And Then It Hit Me…

It doesn’t really hit you until you see it on the ballot –

Somewhere around November 5th, several million Democrats are going to be thinking – “We nominated a guy named Barack Obama for President?   A Marxisant radical who all his life has been mentored by, sat at the feet of, worshipped with, befriended, endorsed the philosophy of, funded and been in turn funded, politically promoted and supported by a nexus comprising black power anti-white racists, Jew-haters, revolutionary Marxists, unrepentant former terrorists and Chicago mobsters*?

Sheeeesh…what the hell were we smoking?”

They would ask rhetorically, however, the answer was, is and will always be “crack”.

What say you, Richard Dawson?

Survey sez…

McClintock – A Rare California Conservative

Here is another Six Meat Buffet appeal for a tight race that deserves your attention.

Tom McClintock is running for office representing California’s 4th Congressional District.

McClintock’s positions speak for themselves as he has been in the California Senate. Here are a couple of noteworthy votes:

No: California State Budget
McClintock’s statement

No: Ban on Holding Pets While Driving [gotta love the CA nanny state, eh? -cranky]

1) Existing law prohibits a person from driving a motor vehicle while transporting an animal in the back of the vehicle in a space intended for a load on the vehicle on a highway, unless specified conditions are met, with exceptions related to livestock, ranching, and farming.

Under existing law, a violation of the Vehicle Code is an infraction, unless otherwise provided.

This bill would, on and after July 1, 2009, prohibit a person from driving a motor vehicle while holding a live animal in his or her arm or arms, or upon his or her lap. Because this bill would create a new crime, it would impose a state-mandated local program.

Let’s focus on his opponent, Obama photocopy, Charlie Brown (no, really, that’s his name):

Ask him a question on gay marriage, and chances are that all you’ll get is some kind of reference to his time in the Air Force. Listen to what he says one week, and you’ll probably get something entirely different the next. Try to grasp his commentary on the Constitution, and you’ll simply cringe. Instead of taking a strong stand, Charlie would rather talk about his campaign motto, “Patriotism before partisanship.”

Barack Obama has the same strategy for getting into office: issue vague statements on patriotism that make people feel good, and try to hide just how liberal you really are. Maybe afraid that people would see the similarities, Brown only officially endorsed Obama after the McClintock campaign produced a photo of him wearing an Obama sticker at an event. Wishy-washy Charlie Brown… trying to have it both ways.

Charlie Brown supports gay marriage, seeks amnesty for illegal aliens, opposes any new drilling for oil in American territory, believes global warming is a national security threat, and has been a consistent part of the radical anti-war movement. But Charlie is so afraid of the issues, it takes work to find out just what he believes beyond campaign slogans and character attacks.

He is being outspent with help from the DNC:

Republican Tom McClintock has raised and spent more money in the 4th Congressional District race with Charlie Brown. But as the contest enters its stretch run, Brown has more cash — and is being helped by an independent advertising blitz by the national Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

Brown, who has raised $1.8 million for the race, reported having $456,834 in cash — and $41,000 in unpaid campaign charges – at the start of October. McClintock, who has raised $2.5 million, had $94,215 in cash left — with $85,528 in campaign debt.

“Nancy Pelosi’s Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee just spent at least $200,000 in TV ads to try and win this election for Charlie Brown,” McClintock said in a statement. “While Charlie has the ‘who’s who’ of the American Left at his disposal and now the vast resources of the Pelosi machine spent on his behalf, I have to rely on you and people like you who will not give up this country to the Left without a fight.”

Federal campaign reports show that the DCCC also has spent more than $16,000 for anti-McClintock mailers in the district.

To our six readers in the Placerville area, please vote for McClintock. We need him. The rest of you, please consider throwing two bucks into the hopper.

Thank you.

Once a Race Monger, Always a Race Monger

Our brother at Gateway Pundit shares an older Obamessiah interview that exposes him a little more clearly as the race-baiting Sharpton-without-the-hair that he is. Note how carefully he tries to frame his comments (with the exception of the “white executive in the suburbs who doesn’t want to pay taxes to inner city kids” line) to make sure he has plausible deniability if ever called on them later. Luckily for him, the Old Media would never do such a thing to the Obamessiah.

Shocking Endorsement Of The Day

No, it’s not Scott McClellan endorsing Obama.  We saw that one coming light(worker) years away.

No, this shocking endorsement is from the New York Times of all places.  Shocking because it’s only three pages long.

In the same time, Senator John McCain of Arizona has retreated farther and farther to the fringe of American politics, running a campaign on partisan division, class warfare and even hints of racism.

I would have bet on at least five.  Preston, I owe you a Coke.

And the NYT owes me a pair of glasses so I can see the same campaign they’re seeing.

For perspective, here was the Times endorsing McCain earlier this year:

Senator John McCain of Arizona is the only Republican who promises to end the George Bush style of governing from and on behalf of a small, angry fringe (ed. – read “the majority of voters”). With a record of working across the aisle to develop sound bipartisan legislation, he would offer a choice to a broader range of Americans than the rest of the Republican field.


In 2006, however, Mr. McCain stood up for the humane treatment of prisoners and for a ban on torture. We said then that he was being conned by Mr. Bush, who had no intention of following the rules. But Mr. McCain took a stand, just as he did in recognizing the threat of global warming early. He has been a staunch advocate of campaign finance reform, working with Senator Russ Feingold, among the most liberal of Democrats, on groundbreaking legislation, just as he worked with Senator Edward Kennedy on immigration reform.

That doesn’t make him a moderate, but it makes him the best choice for the party’s presidential nomination.

Tails we win, heads you lose.  Of course, to them Bill Ayers is the moderate Weather Underground terrorist.  Ayers who is only associated with Obama because  “Republicans have linked him to domestic terrorists”.

Ummm…no.  He did a good enough job of that on his own and with his wife being hired by Ayer’s wife Bernadine Dohrn at the law firm where they met.  And launching his career in Ayers’ home.  And writing a glowing review of Ayers’ book.   And organizing Annenberg to donate tens of millions of dollars to indoctrinate school kids with their radical leftwing agenda.   And Ayers going to meet Chavez four times who was backing FARC rebels who just happened to have information about Obama and the gringos working with them on their laptops when they were killed.

Sorry.  That’s me linking him to international terrorists.

But other than that, yea.  The Republicans linked him to a domestic terrorist.

Jack-Ass Murtha On The Ropes

Murtha trails Russell 48-35 in his U.S. Congressional race in PA. Why isn’t Cranky covering this??? Hmmm, Cranky?

Malkin: A Pennsylvania source has just leaked me brand spanking new poll data showing GOP upstart Bill Russell leading John Murtha among over 800 probable voters by 48-35.

If you’ve got a few bucks lying around, give ’em to Russell’s campaign. This is an excellent opportunity to get rid of one of the most cancerous tumors in Congress. Murtha is a disgrace for so many reasons – let’s send him packing.