Monday, August 30, 2010

Not That There Is Any Real Surprise

But if there was a lack of evidence that we as a nation are in dire straits, one look at this will be enough.

Over 50 % of voters that call themselves Republicans consider Health Care, The Financial System(whatever that means) and Energy as important issues in the upcoming Congressional election. We all expect, and receive, that type of un-Constitutional feeling from Democrats. Now it is plain to see that Republicans feel that way too, and are also unworthy of the franchise.

More than one radio talker makes a good living spouting the thoughtless statement "it is time to take back the Republican Party". Take it back from whom, exactly ? This is not just a bunch of corrupt men at the top. Nor is it a bunch of good minded men that were corrupted by the system. This is the Republican Party. If you dream of, wish for and want an America that you claim to want; one with the ideals of the founders and the vigor of those that built her to greatness, then speak the truth to all. The Republican Party and the Democrat Party are one and the same.

They may differ on how fast we achieve Socialism, but they are both taking us there.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

The Sublime Brilliance Of Andrew Klavan

"... I always try not to burn or behead those who hold different views on transubstantiation than I do – though there are days when it’s difficult, believe you me."
For more, and you know you want more

You are welcome !

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Silly Ballplayer - Only Congresscritters Are Allowed To Lie

With a much needed distraction before the elections, our congressmen want to appear as though they are "Law and Order, every time". Nothing shows that they mean business quite like going after someone they believe lied to them.

Good thing for Mr. Clemons that the case has been assigned to a fair-minded judge:
"The case was assigned to U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton, the judge who presided over the perjury and obstruction trial of Vice President Dick Cheney’s former chief of staff, I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby."
Scratch that. He's toast.

Looks Like You Can Be Too Quick To Run Anything That Comes From The A.P. Wire

Seen recently at was this story from the A.P. about how stupid Americans are:
"Americans increasingly are convinced — incorrectly — that President Barack Obama is a Muslim, and a growing number are thoroughly confused about his religion."

Turns out, it may be that 0bama-sycophants are the stupid ones:
"The American President told me in confidence that he is a Muslim," said Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit on Nile TV."
But it may be just that there were no clues:
"That could explain why Obama has instructed that the term "Islamic extremism" no longer be used in official government documents and statements."

Yeah, that was an easy one to miss.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

A Disappointing Jury

The Verdicts are in:
The Jury in the Rod/Rob Blagojevich trial has come back.

They have found that they are unable to come to a unanimous decision in 23 counts that apply to either Blago Bro. No surprise there. While other s will find disappointment in this I only can manage a smirk and a shrug.

The real disappointing aspect of this is that those same 12 believe that lying to a Fed is a crime.

Lying to the Federal government ought to be considered standard procedure. A Virtue.

Illinois Sucks !

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Jim Edgar: Idiot Savant

Former Governor of Illinois, one of a select few not either serving time or on trial, has grown tired of the Blago trial.

Now that the trial has ended and Blago's fate in the hands of the jury, Edgar just wants to know when it will end.

Jimmy, here's a clue for you: when the jury comes back with a verdict !

This moron had no problem with the State needing more time to file charges. The only reason the State would need more time filing charges against Blago should have been to stop laughing long enough to file the charges.

He had no problem with the State filing charges that were based on an issue that was to be argued in The Supreme Court and could be shown to be legal acts. No, his problem is that the duly selected citizens of the State of Illinois to deliberate the facts of the trial were taking their oath seriously.

Illinois sucks.