Monthly Archives: March 2012

Everybody Needs to Calm Down!

O.K., everybody, let’s just calm down. First, we have Trayvon Martin’s death at the hands of a white man. It seems that every black person with a chip on his shoulder has come out of the woodwork and shouted “racism!”. … Continue reading

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It seems to me that the Democrats encourage welfare and related programs, giving bread and circuses to the masses because it gets them votes, particularly those of the poor and the unschooled. The average Democrat voter seems to me to … Continue reading

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Obama is Trying to Deceive Us

Obama was caught on open mike, talking to Russian President Medvedev, and said, in the context of missile defense: “This is my last election. After my election I have more flexibility”. This can only mean that Obama wants to do … Continue reading

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Liberal Justice vs the Real World

What follows is probably the most clear synopsis of why the liberal notion of justice is so screwed up: This is a quote of a quote: I’m quoting from Bayou Renaissance Man, where I found this quote from Lawrence Auster, … Continue reading

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People – especially so-called “entertainers” – who call other people vulgar names or make crass, obscene, and untrue comments about them do not deserve our respect, nor do they deserve our ear. Such filth demonstrates a lack of ability to … Continue reading

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Incisive, Concise and True

A lot of people had doubts about Sarah Palin, either her intent, or her ability. I don’t think anybody sums up the problems with Obama better than her statement here, though. It is clear, it is concise, and it is … Continue reading

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Bait and Switch

It seems clear enough that we’ve been suckered. Well, at least those who believed the Democrat’s lies about the cost of ObamaCare. They promised the ten-year cost would be $940 billion dollars – and I opposed that because I knew … Continue reading

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