Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Is this oxymoron, or just plain moron?

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Sitting in the Dark

I liked this bit;

"For all its pretentious activism, environmentalism is a movement that promotes inaction. Don't build, don't create and don't do-- are its commandments. Turn off the lights and feel good about how much you aren't doing right now. Slacker morality at its best.

While we take the electric light for granted-- to be able to read and write after dark by a clear light is a technological achievement that has transformed our civilization."

Ayup. H/T to Pete at WRSA for the link.

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These two can eat each other, for all I care

Those who intend to rule don't care so much for those with the means to do what they want, even if they're following all the rules...which he is gladly following, much to my dismay. Outcomes are the important factors, here, and the wannabes want to take the other guy's ball to court, and claim that he can't play with it. Fuck the lot of them. They can kill each other, in court or elsewhere, and feed their lawyers, while the whole of them produce NOTHING. Like I said, Fuck 'em.

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Gee, Barry, you care to call your own plays on this?

I mean, you could have just substituted GW Bush, The Lesser, and had him deliver his standard speech on the subject and it would have sounded identical. Not that your idiot, feeble-minded, sychophant followers would know the difference, because that first paragraph sounds awfully familiar;
"President Barack Obama wanted to tell a hesitant America why he launched a military assault in Libya, and he wanted to describe it on his terms — limited, sensible, moral and backed by international partners with the shared goal of protecting Libyans from a ruthless despot."
We could just substitute a couple of words and change the focus to another (now dead) despot, and get entirely the same story, with a different geography. Except it's Barry, so his delivery was better. Or something. Fail.

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Monday, March 28, 2011

When a far more reasonable man than I... sees fit to call out the, "long chain of abuses and usurpations," for what they are, just that, abuses and usurpations, well, you've got a situation that is bad, and can't be readily fixed by mere talk. The implication is clear, here; use big bills for small purchases and exchanges and you're a drug dealer or a money launderer, and you'll be standing before The Man, answering for doing nothing more than paying your bill. Sharpen your knives.

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Monday, March 21, 2011

And on the heels of that last one...

I bring to you, dear reader (both of you), the quaintest of reasons why I fear we get too hoity-toity and dismissive with this whole debacle with regards to Libya.

A comment, from ArcticPatriot's comments section on this post, an Anonymous commenter has this to say;
"And if 1,000,000 marched on DC promoting the impeachment of Obama, would another country be equally justified declaring a no fly zone in the US?I am left feeling like tinder waiting for a match."

And of more import to our situation, what if it weren't a foreign entity doing the demanding and gun-waiving, but our own Gummint, as is most likely?

Kinda pegs the irony meter, dunnit?

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The MSM performs fellatio on Barry

This is supposedly a "watershed" moment for his administration, and they are being "prudent," and "cautious," if the headline is to be believed.

The downplay is continuing with spreading the culpability; "Obama's aides insist that Washington is merely following the Europeans' lead(s)," as if that's relevant.

They're almost orgasmic with this one;
"As the crises accumulate, Obama has remained the picture of detached serenity."

James Wesley Rawles has this to say of the situation, all of which I agree with;
"The UN seems intent on invading or at least bombing Libya. And U.S. forces will it seems, as per usual, be in the thick of it. Pardon me for sounding like a hick who inappropriately points out the obvious at a swank soiree, but I must ask: 1.) Why are we directly sticking out noses into a civil war? 2.) Who gave the U.N. debating society the God-like omniscience to deem Gaddafi's national government "illegitimate"? 3.) When did Congress abrogate its power to declare war? And, 4.) Why is the current Administration so intent on replacing an ostensibly secular dictatorship with an Islamic dictatorship?"

Note to the clueless on this whole bit; George Bush was much derided for taking this country to war with another Mid-East dictator...FOR EXACTLY THE SAME FUCKING REASONS BEING TROTTED OUT TO YOU IN THIS CURRENT FIASCO.

I'm laughing at all that change from The New Boss.

I hope this shit bites Barry in the ass.

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Government showing its ass

Orwellian newspeak, on display, in all of its horror.

Look at this disgrace;

“Attempts to undermine the legitimate currency of this country are simply a unique form of domestic terrorism,” U.S. Attorney Anne Tompkins said.
Don't you think for one minute that this despicable cunt doesn't actually believe that, either.

Keep track of this type of thing in the near future, folks, because "undermining" the ridiculous fiat currency that is being foisted upon us is going to become commonplace, as this nascent depression worsens, and is replaced, in whole or part, by trading other things of real value, by necessity.

Yes, at some point, even bartering will be viewed by the "authorities" as being of substantial subversion of the monetary system, and you can bet everything you own on seeing a case being trotted out publicly, and prosecuted, in a high profile trial. Gotta keep the proles in line, after all.

That whole bit just disgusts me.

Keep lists on this stuff.

When the time is finally right, the bastards will get their comeuppance.

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This is not snow

I hate hail.

That is all.

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Friday, March 18, 2011

Lying, Tax-and-Spend Liberal gets called...

for his bullshit, to the tune of about $1trillion a year, for the next decade.

The only thing that even comes close to his deficits is his ego.

Stupid fuck.

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Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Barry finally grows a brain

That's a pretty good pick on the winner, and not just because I'm a Jayhawk myself.

The Buckeyes winning the Big Ten this year, and ending the season as #1, was a fluke, in my opinion. That conference was rather uncharacteristically weak this year, despite getting, what, seven teams in The Dance.

Pitt? Are you kidding me?


Duke is almost always a great tournament team, and they are very well coached, so I'd pick them to go far, but those same things should be said about Kansas, and they're a hard-nosed playing kind of team with loads of speed, from an extremely competitive conference, playing against a couple of teams that got snubbed...but that's pretty par for the course out here in the corn belt.

Still, thanks for nothing, Barry.

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Monday, March 14, 2011

Who is the self-appointed expert... the New York Times, that knows so much about building codes?

It's really the boot-licking tone that I'm opposed to, more than anything.

I shouldn't really be surprised that AR has the temerity to suggest such things, as they are rather wont to do the sado-masochistic, beat-me-harder routine with regard to regulations and rules. They are, after all, Libs to the core, over there.

Hint to the clueless; science is what saved some of the buildings and the people in them, during the quake, not regulation.

Do you idiots understand that?

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A Collectivist shows his colors

Except, of course, that I do not have to accept your assertion, here, Doc;
"Collective bargaining is, per the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a human right."
Why is it that it's about the group, Doc? Isn't the point made about "bargaining," with regards to the affirmed rights of your individual labor, without the mob getting involved?

WHY is the mobacracy so important, Doc?

You are an idiot.

Take a seat.



And crawl back under whatever rock from which you emerged.

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Friday, March 11, 2011

More for the Idiocracy Files

Read that post.

"This vote is an affront to democracy."

I'm surprised the asshole has enough mental wattage to breath.

The fights will be breaking out shortly.

Engage the enemy, or get out the popcorn. It should be entertaining, either way.

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Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Scratching each others' back

Another hint to the clueless MSM; what would have to change about this story for it to be categorized as an "exposé," instead of a "stunt," as the headline states?

I know, even if they don't.

As anyone who can put more than two or three sentences together in a cogent, coherent thought could tell you, NPR is quite Left-of-center with its programming and commentators.

That's a fact.

I don't expect that that will change much, regardless of any executives stepping down, over there.

The rest of that culture will still be intact after all of this blows over.

Do you understand?

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Monday, March 07, 2011

I'm laughing at your change, Barry

Thursday, March 03, 2011

Again, he just doesn't get it

The bastards at the Lying MSM won't admit it, but the headline reads,
"Obama declares Gadhafi must step down, leave Libya now"


When you do insist upon such things, it makes you look like you are trying to pick a fight, which makes you look like George Bush, the Lesser.

I wonder if anyone in his cabinet, or maybe Hillary, has ever explained that bit to him.

Who knows, maybe Hills is driving that ship straight where she wants it, after all, she's SecState?

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I'm all in.

It kinda ruins the whole bit by insisting on the selection being from new cars entirely, as I'd surely be trying to pick some stuff from the vintage bin, but in the interest of playing along...

1) 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302. - It's First. End of story. I have that Blue Blood disease, and that's all there is to it.

2)Porsche 911 Carrera GTS. I'll take the more sedate route with this one, as opposed to Marko. And since I'd have all this disposable income, I guess I'd buy it and leave it in Krauterland, at the other house, and use it when we visit the wife's fam and stuff. Need something to tootle around in to see the sights and stuff.

3)Ford F250. Yes, a 3/4 ton pickup, and fuck you if you think it's a stupid idea! I'll take one with the crew cab and in diesel, I suppose, but I'm bummed about the lack of a manual transmission...but I'm fairly certain no one else is. I needs one of these for firewood duty. And to haul stuff from the lumber mill. And dead-car carcasses, since I'll obviously have a bunch of free time to work on hobby cars after winning the lottery or inventing the Internet. Or something. :)

4)Expedition EL (Wow, I'm not too bashful about the Fords!). I'll take this one because I just plain like the idea of being able to haul an insane amount of crap around, across vast distances, and still have plenty of leg room in the back seats. Just because.

5)Finally, and I can't believe I'm actually suggesting a British marque in this, I'd just have to take an Aston Martin DB9, because, as Jeremy Clarkson said, it's not really a (race) car, it's just "pornography," of the automotive type. And a beautiful thing to behold it is. Imagine, taking the wife out for a night at the symphony, and saying, "Shall we take the Aston?" Just too cool.

I'd have to give a bit more thought to a list of the all-time greatest, and I'd definitely need more than just five to fill out the stable.

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Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Take note

Going into my vaunted hall of fame at the bottom of the linkies.

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Unpleasant reminder

Not that I care two wits about what happens over there, but it is something to note, as I believe this type of thing will eventually translate over here.

Hint: shoot back, and shoot straight.

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Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Call Captain Obvious

The headline sez;
"Tenn. bill would make following Shariah a felony"
You mean, like stoning women to death after a rape, or publically declaring a divorce from your wife by repeating that phrase three times in public?

Like that?

You mean shit you can't do already, regardless of your religion?

Seriously, the article isn't very deep on some of the particulars, so I'm going to assume that this is similar in scope to the recent gay cooties position that's been taken up by Nuh Hampshah.

I might not like what's going on in the mosque down the street, but I'll be damned if I'm going to do any cheerleading for the Gummint to go write some more self-aggrandizing fucking law in order crack down on the supposed Jihadists, praying to Allah.

The reason is simple; when they get that far, the government only needs encroach a little more each time they deem the "need" to do so, until they end up kicking in your door, shooting the family dog, abducting your children and pulling you out of bed at 3AM for a refamiliarization with the roots of your grass on the front lawn.

I'll take my chances with the heathens, thankyouverymuch.

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