Friday, May 25, 2012

Obama is toast

How do I know?

Because you're starting to see rats jump off the side of the Obamunists boat.

In this case is the media, falling out of love with the old hope and changer............

The 2004 version of Barack Obama, who captured the nation with a dazzling speech about unity and went on to win the presidency on a message of hope, died on Monday. He was 8 years old.

The cause of death appeared to be a bitter realization that he needed to win reelection in an increasingly partisan political environment, a cancer that he had been battling for months if not years.

Obama's illness got the best of him late Monday, as he announced that his campaign for four more years in the White House would be based not on optimism, but rather the shady corporate record of his opponent, Mitt Romney, who ran a private-equity firm that few Americans knew about before this year. 


What killed social conservatism?

This fabulously liberal columnist noted that technological advances has killed social conservatism.

Here's a section I found of particular note.........

the best hope for social conservatives is to retreat to minority enclaves like those of the Amish. On self-created reservations they can raise their children as they see fit, segregated from mainstream culture and visited, perhaps, by morally liberal tourists nostalgic for an older, simpler way of life. And if their fertility is higher than that of the morally liberal majority, they can hope to take over America by strength of numbers — in 500 or a thousand years.

First, we're already doing that. We call it the suburbs. See, we conservatives decided to leave your shitholes of urban decay decades ago. But there was a problem. We're not allowed to prevent liberals from moving into our communities. As a result, wealthy liberals who don't want their kids going to screwed up schools sitting next to strip joints dodging bullets on their way home move to our communities and bring all their demented social mores with them.

Over time, they end up destroying these communities as well. It's like a termite infestation without the charm.

Let's take a reminder course on how well these open minded liberal enclaves operate in the real world.

Below is a county map from the 2000 Bush Gore election. You'll note that the country is basically red except for our urban counties and the coasts.

What do we find in those lovely blue communities? More crime...... that would include sex crimes. But hey what's a few violent rapes in a "free love" sexual environment.

So we folks in "Redville"  would like to keep our communities puritanically clean and safe. If we can be assured that you liberals will stay the hell out, that would suit us just fine.

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Thursday, May 24, 2012

Defining idiocy downward

WH On Defense Over Private Equity Mixed Messages

Life in "Progress" City - Detroit

From the motor city, where there hasn't been a republican in city government since Julius Caesar ruled the land..............

Detroit, whose 139 square miles contain 60 percent fewer residents than in 1950, will try to nudge them into a smaller living space by eliminating almost half its streetlights.

As it is, 40 percent of the 88,000 streetlights are broken and the city, whose finances are to be overseen by an appointed board, can’t afford to fix them. Mayor Dave Bing’s plan would create an authority to borrow $160 million to upgrade and reduce the number of streetlights to 46,000. Maintenance would be contracted out, saving the city $10 million a year. 

Other U.S. cities have gone partially dark to save money, among them Colorado Springs; Santa Rosa, California; and Rockford, Illinois. Detroit’s plan goes further: It would leave sparsely populated swaths unlit in a community of 713,000 that covers more area than Boston, Buffalo and San Francisco combined. Vacant property and parks account for 37 square miles (96 square kilometers), according to city planners.

“You have to identify those neighborhoods where you want to concentrate your population,” said Chris Brown, Detroit’s chief operating officer. “We’re not going to light distressed areas like we light other areas.”

Detroit’s dwindling income and property-tax revenue have required residents to endure unreliable buses and strained police services throughout the city. Because streetlights are basic to urban life, deciding what areas to illuminate will reshape the city, said Kirk Cheyfitz, co-founder of a project called Detroit143 -- named for the 139 square miles of land, plus water -- that publicizes neighborhood issues.

If you are a "progressive" explain to me how conservatives or republicans are responsible for this shithole.


Life in "Progress" City - San Francisco edition

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

If I were to count my toes and come to nine how would I know if I under counted or over counted when my actual count was nine?

If that sounds totally moronic then you'll never be an employee of the census bureau.........

The Census continued to miss blacks and Hispanics in 2010 despite achieving what was probably the most accurate count in the nation's history, according to Census analysis out Tuesday.
The Census counted 36,000 too many people — a slim 0.01% net national overcount. In the previous Census in 2000, there was a 0.49% overcount.

The latest Census missed hundreds of thousands of blacks, Hispanics, renters, young kids and middle-aged men of all races.

People who are here illegally or are poor are harder to find and count because they move more often and may avoid government contact.

The largest undercount of any racial and ethnic group — 4.88% — was of American Indians on reservations.

Offsetting that, the Census overcounted non-Hispanic whites, middle-aged and older women and homeowners. Americans who have two residences, such as college students and snowbirds, are more likely to be counted twice.


Obama's greatest hits


Tuesday, May 22, 2012

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Crossroads GPS: "Basketball"

Who did he vote for? #515

Watch the video and meet Bob Furnad. For this upcoming election do you think Bob is going to vote for Mitt or Obiwan Obama? This might give you a clue............  

Bob Furnad of Covington, GA, was the president of CNN Headline News for four years. Before that, he was executive vice-president and senior executive producer of CNN for thirteen years. And, before that, he was political director of CNN for one year. Oh, and before that, he was senior producer at Good Morning America (news division) for nineteen years. In ’09, he left TV news to teach broadcast news writing and producing at the University of Georgia. 

And he HATES Republicans. I mean, he really hates Republicans. On Facebook, he’s a big fan of the anti-Republican page “LOLGOP,” and he’s a big booster of Democrat politicians, including Barack Obama. 

Now, to be fair, the media dutifully reported the story of Mr. Furnad being caught on tape cramming his neighbors’ mailbox with dog feces. But damned if not one of the liberal mouthpiece news outlets included the detail that the neighbors who were being harassed by Furnad – Benjamin Dameron and Ralph Miller – are a gay couple. And quite out-of-the-closet… 

Oh, and Furnad has refused to apologize for his actions.
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Monday, May 21, 2012

Why our kids are dumb asses

Over the weekend, I posted the video from below to illustrate the liberal indoctrination of our students and flat out persecution to those students who challenge the establishment. Today, it's a hard core visual at how our education establishment is churning out scores of retards to teach in our schools.

While a student in high school, I thought it would be cool to emulate one of my teachers who taught and had a side CPA business to subsidize his income.

So I went to the University of Cincinnati to get my accounting degree thinking that this would be the harder degree to get.

Once in the accounting program, I was told that I needed a teaching certificate in order to teach in the schools so I would have to transfer into the University's Teacher's College.

I'll be flat out honest. I've never such a large group of idiots, imbeciles, retards, and morons in my life. And that was simply the faculty on campus. I was more intellectually stimulated by a bunch of high school drop outs in my aunts pizza joint than the people in that school.

In my first course on Educational Foundations, the professor, explained the Pygmalion effect on minorities. As he taught it, it sounded like a reasonable theory to me.

During the second quarter of the same course, my professor (Dr. Terry Neal), explained that black children could not learn in a rote environment.

So in front of about 400 students, I called her out on the fact that was in direct contradiction with the Pygmalion effect; that if we assume that black children cannot learn in a rote environment, they won't.

Hearing the bitch in this video reminded me of the dressing down my professor gave me 27 years ago. After calling me a racist about 20 times, I walked out of the classroom.

Time and time again, I ran into these idiots and I wondered why I really wanted to pursue this career avenue.

To my good fortune, UC dropped their business education degree, so I went back to the business school and became a CPA. Meanwhile, the University graduated all those dip shits and derelicts and they are now spreading their douchebaggery across all the schools in this country.

And we wonder why Johnny can't read.

My first email from Mr Ed

A while back I sent president Obama a birthday greeting from Hugo Chavez.

Ever since then, Hugo gets daily email from the campaign.

Today's email comes from Sarah Jessica Parker (or, according to my wife, Mr. Ed's stand in)............

Hugo --

It's my honor to invite you to take part in an event I'm hosting at my home with the President and First Lady on June 14th.

If you can make a donation of any amount today, you'll be automatically entered to win two tickets to New York to join us.

Just before Election Day in 2008, I went to an Obama campaign office in New York and called some undecided voters.

I believed then, as I do now, that if we all chipped in and did our part, we would not only make history, but create meaningful change that so many Americans needed.

For me, this election is even more important than 2008.

As a woman, a mother, and an entrepreneur, I need to believe our country can be a place where everyone has a fair shot at success.

This November's election will determine whether we get to keep moving forward, or if we're forced to go back to policies that ask people like my middle-class family in Ohio to carry the burden -- while people like me, who don't need tax breaks, get extra help.

I'm hosting this event on June 14th because there is so much at stake this year, and I want to keep doing what I can.

I hope you'll help me welcome President Obama and the First Lady to New York.

It should be fabulous.

Donate $3 or whatever you can to be automatically entered to win:

Hope to see you there,

Sarah Jessica

Hey Sarah, how about dropping some of the dough to the Treasury right now?

We're all waiting.

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Why aren't we investing in time machines?

Whenever I hear an Obamunist or some environ goofball claim we haven't invested enough in "clean" energy technologies, I have to laugh.

For the record, trillions, I said TRILLIONS of dollars and MILLIONS of man hours across the world have tried to figure out a way to power a city by simply having the sun rise in the east.

We've had federal and state governments fund research as well as all foreign governments who have spent years trying to perfect the perfect energy source.

And keep in mind that people have been trying to harness these technologies since they were the only technologies available for the thousands of years before we found more efficient fuel sources coal, oil, nukes, etc........................

But hey, it's only going to take a little more investment from the Obamunists with our tax dollars to make it work.

try telling to the investors in these companies.............

The RENIXX Index of the 30 largest renewable energy companies in the world is trading at an all-time low today and has lost over 90% of its value since 2008. A partial listing of green energy companies that have already filed bankruptcy or are teetering on the brink is below. Many of these companies were financed by taxpayers.
Filed Bankruptcy:
o    Solyndra
o    Beacon Power
o    Ener1
o    Range Fuels
o    Solar Trust of America
o    Spectrawatt
o    Evergreen Solar
o    Eastern Energy
o    Unisolar
o    Bright Automotive
o    Olson’s Crop Service
o    Energy Conversion Devices
o    Sovello
o    Siag
o    Solon
o    Q-Cells
o    Mountain Plaza
Teetering on the Brink:
o    Abound Solar
o    A123 Systems
o    Brightsource Energy
o    Fisker Automotive
o    First Solar
o    Nevada Geothermal
o    SunPower
o    Nordex
o    The Bard Group
o    Amonix
o    NRG Energy
o    Alterra Power
o    Enel Green Power
o    Sunpower Corp

I think we need to invest in unicorn farms. I guarantee a better return.


Ouch! Watch Rep. Paul Ryan Spank Former Obama Advisor Austan Goolsbee

Sh*t liberals run - education

I graduated from college in 1986.

Back then, there were Pell Grants and student loans but tuition was affordable for most students who could work a part time job during the school year. I had many a friend who lived at home and paid for their tuition working some low rent job around the city.

I consider myself fortunate. I had a tuition and fees track scholarship and a great summer job that would usually pay my living expenses until about April/May when my parents would help me out for the rest of the school year.

Since then, we've had expansions in all these programs and can anyone say that college is more affordable today than it was back then? Is it possible that the more money the feds have thrown at education the more expensive it has become?

Mark Perry has a excellent series of higher education posts on his blog and this one stands out the most...............

Maybe the solution is to starve this beast rather than feeding it.


Tonight's TV viewing must

Something to watch tonight.

Happy non Mother's Day

Below are some photos from a recent woman's right rally somewhere in the US.

I have a question. Why are the women most worried about getting an abortion probably the least likely to get pregnant in the first place?

Let's be real. There just isn't enough tequila in the world to find one of these honey's interesting enough to procreate with. But then again, I'm sure they all have their sunny dispositions that are always a plus when meeting a member of the opposite sex.

Let's face it. The sign above tells me this chick is a pig. Seeing her just confirms it.

Maybe it's just me but it seems like a group of fat people protesting against broccoli.

Fabulously liberal Campbell Brown looks like she's working on a Fox gig...................

The women I know who are struggling in this economy couldn’t be further from the fictional character of Julia, presented in Mr. Obama’s Web ad, “The Life of Julia,” a silly and embarrassing caricature based on the assumption that women look to government at every meaningful phase of their lives for help.

My cousin in Louisiana started a small company with a little savings, renovating houses. A single mom, she saved enough to buy a home and provide child care for her son. When the economy went belly up, so did her company. She was forced to sell her home and move in with her parents. She has found another job, but doesn’t make enough to move out. Family, not government, has been everything to her at this time of crisis. 

She, and they, wouldn’t have it any other way.

Another member of my family left her job at an adoption agency just before the economy crashed. Also a single mother, she has been looking for a way back to a full-time job ever since. She has been selling things on eBay to make ends meet. Friends and family, not government, have been there at the dire moments when she has asked them to be. Again, she, and they, wouldn’t have it any other way.

This is not to say that government doesn’t play a role in their lives. It does and it should. But it isn’t a dominant one, and certainly not an overwhelming factor in their daily existence. 

Seriously, every piece of civil rights or equal rights legislation starts with the paradigm that an aggrieved can only have what the power people are willing to part with. For instance, that women can only have what men are willing to let them have.

That realization was part of my transformation to conservatism. Maybe Campbell is finally getting there.

Life in "Progress" City - Chicago edition

It was the middle of the lunch rush Saturday, and Mike Winston was working in the kitchen of his Tinley Park restaurant, the Ashford House, when a waitress screamed a fight had broken out in the dining room.

Police call the melee at the restaurant a targeted assault by a mob that Winston said wielded metal batons and hammers. Ten diners were hurt in the attack, and three of those were hospitalized.

Tinley Park police had five suspected assailants in custody, and Winston said 18 young men, all wearing hooded jackets and obscuring their faces with scarves and other coverings, stormed into the restaurant.

“They came running in the door single file,” said Winston, who owns Ashford House, 7959 W. 159th St., and the adjacent Winston’s Market.

I just wonder how balsy these clowns would have been pulling that stunt out here in "Redville" where about 25 percent of the diners would have had a concealed carry on them?


Cory Booker Hits Obama Campaign for Attacks on Private Sector

Teacher yells at student because of a question he asked about Obama!