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Saturday, July 28, 2012

You Folks In Boston Must Be Really Proud ...

... of your dimwit mayor who supports homosexuality and opposes Christians who disagree ... sometimes:

Boston mayor sends letter to Chick-fil-A: There’s no place for you here

But there is a place in Boston for hate-filled Muslims:

"[T]hat same mayor was all but giving away city land to the Islamic Society of Boston, even as they were presenting as one of their spiritual guides an imam who says homosexuals should be killed."

In some faraway corner of the Universe the mayor's reasoning - whatever it may be - probably is accepted as making sense. But to us humans?

What a moron.

As We Suspected

The shooter in the Aurora, Colorado massacre was nuts.  The common thread that binds all the mass murderers in this country together.

So I would call on all my liberal friends to figure out a way to ban the criminally insane among us before you go trying to ban the activities of sixty million Americans who haven't done - and won't do - anything wrong.

Gun owners are not your problem.  Whack jobs are.  Deal with them.

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By the way, to those who would argue that the common thread in mass murder incidents in this country is guns, think again.  It's not even the Number One choice of weapon for the deranged.  Or Number Two.  By a long shot:

Guns aren’t even the most lethal mass murder weapon. According to data compiled by Grant Duwe of the Minnesota Department of Corrections, guns killed an average of 4.92 victims per mass murder in the United States during the 20th century, just edging out knives, blunt objects, and bare hands, which killed 4.52 people per incident. Fire killed 6.82 people per mass murder, while explosives far outpaced the other options at 20.82. Of the 25 deadliest mass murders in the 20th century, only 52 percent involved guns.

Half.  So why are liberals fixated on guns?

It's anyone's guess.

My guess?  Idiocy.

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And, in what's becoming a rather common story:

Gun Carrying Man Ends Stabbing Spree

We are not the problem.  We are the solution.

We Got Past That Long Ago, Pal

I think it was the 2,341,222nd time I was called a racist that it finally had no impact.  Obama and his lackies should come to understand that.  It no longer matters.  All cries of racist! after that did, and the next one will, land with a big, fat thud.

WaPo columnist fears voters will think it’s okay to vote against Obama “and not be thought of as a racist”

I'm going to be so bold as to suggest that the millions of Americans who go into the voting booth in November to drive Obama from office will not have his - or their - race in mind.

It's the mass destruction, stupid.

White House Responds To Lousy Economic News

The economy sank back to a miserable 1.5% growth rate in the second quarter of 2012.  The Wall Street Journal responds:
"We're still in a position where we are pulling ourselves out of the very deep hole caused by the Great Recession, and there is still—of course—a great deal of anxiety in the country about the economy,'' said White House press secretary Jay Carney. He's right about the anxiety, but if only we were "pulling ourselves out."

The reality is that the Great Recession ended three long years ago. In this Less Than Great Recovery, the economy shows promise for one good quarter then slows back down. As the nearby chart shows, this is the third straight year of sputtering recovery. Growth of 4.1% in the fourth quarter declined to 2% in the first and now 1.5% in the second. The stock market rose as investors bet that the lousy growth will inspire more Federal Reserve easing. [link]
What's Obama's response?

His "plan worked."




All America looks on in shame.