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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

I'm Speechless

Ah, adult males and their fantasy games.  This is over-the-top weird.  But entertaining. In a bloody, gory, slaughtery sort of way (Warning: This is not for the faint of heart or for those who don't like seeing Lego characters being shot):




Creative. And sick.

Al Sharpton Ain't Gonna Like This

He and his fellow slave traders make a nice living off their notion that America is a racist cesspool:


Sorry, Al. We're becoming a race-neutral society. Despite your wishes.

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* I wish people would use the word segregation properly (see the headline).

Segregation is (1) The act of segregating or sequestering, and (2) A social system that provides separate facilities for minority groups.

Neither of those definitions applies. Groups living apart are not segregated unless they're forced to live apart. That's hardly the case here in the USA.

If only "journalists" had been required to go to school ...

The Democrats Have Learned Nothing

They're still spending like there's no tomorrow.

See “A total mess”: GOP in revolt over massive new $1.1 trillion spending bill.

"After all, elections have consequences. Or do they?"

Don't Ever Think Their Intentions Are Noble

This is revealing.  It's not often that a respected (?) national news outlet generates news and then suppresses it.  But welcome to WaPo World:
Amazing: WaPo Fails to Publish Own Poll on ObamaCare's Lowest Popularity Ever
By Tim Graham, NewsBusters

A new ABC-Washington Post poll found ObamaCare sunk to its lowest popularity yet: 52 percent opposed, and only 43 percent in favor. ABC mentioned the poll without fanfare at the end of a Jake Tapper report on Monday’s World News, and Tapper added this was the health law's "lowest level of popularity ever." But Tuesday’s Washington Post reported not one sentence on the poll in the paper – even as they reported in the paper that the same survey found Obama’s tax-and-unemployment-compensation deal has “broad bipartisan support.”

This is the same Post that highlighted the news on Page One on October 20, 2009, when they found a “clear majority” in favor of a socialist “public option” -- amid charges they oversampled Democrats.

The omission of the new poll was so stunning, we double-checked. [link]
This is par for the course, if you've been paying attention.  The Washington Post, you may remember, dreamt up and sold to a witless public the notion that then-Virginia Senate candidate - and political conservative - George Allen was a racist back in 2006 because he had uttered a word at a rally that only nomadic tribesmen in north Africa had any familiarity with, a word that wasn't a slur for even them, a word that meant nothing to anybody else on the planet.  A word that got the paper's opponent defeated.  Mission accomplished.

Today's mission?  Prop up the current regime, at all costs.

Caveat emptor.  Buy the rag if you wish.  Just be aware what it is you're buying.

And Speaking of George Allen ...

It still angers me when I think about how the Washington Post got George Allen defeated in 2006 and secretive and more-than-a-little weird James Webb elected because Allen was too conservative for the likes of the "journalists" at the Post.

See Macaca.

So we, the not-easily-duped part of the electorate here in Virginia, are anxiously  awaiting a do-over.

And the possibilities?  Get This:
Jim Webb holds early poll lead over Allen
By Joseph Weber, Washington Times

A new poll shows Virginia Sen. Jim Webb, Democrat, with a one-point lead over potential challenger and former GOP Sen. George Allen in a 2012 rematch of their 2006 Senate race.

The Calrus Research Group poll shows Mr. Webb, a first-term senator, leading 41 percent to 40 percent, with the remaining 18 percent of potential voters undecided.

"The fact that [Mr. Webb] is not polling above 44 percent in any of the trial heats is a danger sign. Despite his defeat by Mr. Webb four years ago, George Allen's potential comeback strength is impressive.”

The non-commissioned poll surveyed 600 voters by phone from December 7 to 9.

Mr. Allen lost to Mr. Webb by less than 1 percent in their first contest.

A poll in November by Democratic-leaning Public Policy Polling found Mr. Webb would begin a 2012 campaign with a 49-to-45 lead. [link]
Our sitting senator is up by just 1 over a man who hasn't even announced his intentions.  In a state that is growing ever more red, at a point in time when the voters see Webb and Obama and their ilk as being the sole cause of our economic problems in this once-great nation.

Sweet.

I say Bring It.

And let the Washington Post do its thing.  We'll be ready this time.

Trouble Brewing For The Anatomically Gifted

The federal Transportation Security Administration is singling you out for special scrutiny.

This is hilarious.  And yet not:
Tim Ely, a retired Army officer who once commanded a military police unit in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, filed an online complaint after a Nov. 20 confrontation at [Raleigh-Durham International Airport, or RDU]. He was subjected to an intimate pat-down because of a false alarm from the body scanner.

After an agent groped around his genitals from in front and from behind, Ely challenged him to explain what sort of anomaly had turned up on his full-body scan.

"He said there was something suspicious hanging from between my legs," Ely, 63, wrote in his RDU online comment. "I told him that something suspicious was my [genitals], you dummy." [link]
Or, better yet ...

I'm not a cow and that's not an udder.  So stop squeezing and let it go, pal.

The last person who played with it like that paid me a hundred bucks for the opportunity.  Get your check book out, dude.

It may not explode but you keep fondling it like that and you'll still get the surprise of your life, sweetheart.


I don't care who you work for; you touch that one more time and I'm going to take it out and beat you with it.

It's always good to maintain a sense of humor in troubled times.