Tuesday, April 28, 2009

First 100 Days

Tomorrow is the first arbitrarily insignificant 100th day of the Obama administration. The press is probably going to bed tonight much like a small child the night before Christmas.

Despite the fact that his popularity is a little short of deserving such adulation the press is dozing off with visions of scripting lines of praise for their tireless efforts to build a better 'Camelot' around the one they so admire. The one that will deliver them from white guilt and perceived class victimization.

As the press relieves themselves of pent up leg-tingling exuberance others will be relieving themselves in their own ways. Artist Michael D'Antuono will unveil his massa's piece 'The Truth' today on the South Plaza of NYC's Union Square.
"D'Antuono insists that this piece is a mirror; reflecting the personal opinions and emotions of the viewer; that "The Truth" like beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. D'Antuono expects that individual interpretations will vary as widely as they do in the political arena. The work will be seen by one viewer at a time behind a voting booth-inspired public installation."
"The Truth"

Yes.. indeed. Very thought provoking. I put down some of the 'Truths' that Mr. D'Antuono might like to consider as the truths other see in his composition.

"The Art of Being Articulate"

"Bringing his community organizing skills to a city near you"

"A Job For Everyone"


"The Puppeteer"

"Pay N0 Attention to the Money Behind the Curtain"

"Hey if Kanye can be compared to Christ...."

In Closing, 100 reasons they celebrate.

Delusional Quote of the Day

In an Drudge link to an article about the administration's idiotic photo shoot of Air Force One over NYC Chuckie Schumer had this to say:
"To say that it should not be made public knowing that it might scare people it's just confounding," Sen. Charles Schumer said. "It's what gives Washington and government a bad name. It's sheer stupidity."
And Chuckie ought to know what he's talking about. He's dedicated years creating this view of government and the slimy bastages in it.

Monday, April 27, 2009

No Fox Obamagasm

Foxnews will not run the Obama speech on Wednesday's Obamagasm. Instead they will appropriately be running a movie called 'Lie To Me'. Now that's funny right there.

Ignore FoxNews at your own peril. Now he will only have half the audience.... but his prime time news conferences are getting to be a bit much.

Jumped The Gun

Easily Confused. Just reading his lines as if he was actually thinking about what he is saying.

Friday, April 24, 2009

Swine Flu Anyone ?

Disease Control.

We institute government to protect and defend. This includes our borders which is any nation' s fundamental identity. This is not an issue of racism, not an issue of human rights... it should just be common sense... unfortuantely common sense is not so common anymore.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Here We Go Again

We once again the ACLU is looking out for the interests of the country they so love and respect.
"The ACLU says the exposure of the images is critical for helping the public understand the scope and scale of prisoner abuse as well as for holding senior officials accountable for authorizing or permitting such abuse."
What lofty sounding BS. I don't need to see these to understand that bad things happen during a war. Understood that when I was child.

Having won the elections, the Left will not rest until they have split this country apart. The further we move into this Obamination with the press marking daily the glorious achievements of his reign the better to idea is sounding. ( Actually I favor an idea I read about today; the states requesting a constitutional convention to pass an anti-federalism amendment to strip the federal government of it's abusive power. but I digress....

Personally I think it an uncanny coincidence the timing of all this. I believe the Left is really making an idiotic gamble here. Here's what I think motivates it; they were wrong about everything. The victory in Iraq exposed the many faults of their worldview. If they can just get Bush or Cheney they feel it will somehow vindicate their empty-headed Nancy-boy approach to a dangerous world. They are not the kind of people I would want covering my back or protecting the interests of the country.

And as far as this question of torture let me be quite honest here... I. Do. Not. Care. The reality is, I don't know these guys, I don't care what happens to them. They are big boys, they knew the risks. They jumped into the polar bear moat voluntarily and got mauled. I am not going to feign my concern for these people. I don't care.

You Ain't Heard Nuthin Yet

In the back of mind I wonder if this is actually her. It sounds like a young Streisand to me.

Monday, April 20, 2009

Zeroes for Zero

Here's the latest Orwellian ploy by Chairman Zero. He is majestically going to gather his minions and cut $100,000,000 from the Executive branch. Not arguing with that. Every little bit helps even if the intent is purely political, so the starry-eyed echo droids can claim he is making spending cuts. After all, when we are talking about trillions, billions and hundreds of millions the only difference is just zeroes.

The Drudge headline says from a $3,550,000,000,000 budget so I'll go with that.
Let's put this into visual perspective:

......8,000,000,000 $ for Community Organizing ( A.C.O.R.N & Similar groups )

That is a $100 reduction from $3,550,000. A drop in the bucket.

Now if he cut that Communist Organizing budget I might be a little more positive towards his efforts.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Sunday Riddle

What is the difference between the lady who thought she could jump into the moat of polar bears and swim with these furry, cuddly animals as if they were dolphins and Obama giving recognition of equal status to Castro, Ortega and Chavez ? In Obama's case it's murderous thugs who guard the moat.

Other than that it is the same logic.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

The Demise of Newspapers

I imagine a century ago there was a blacksmith specializing in wagon wheels that criticized these new fangled horseless carriages as a fad of the wealthy. He probably was unwilling to adapt to the oxy-acetylene torch and proudly clung to the trditions of the trade. The environment changed and he failed not adapt. That trade is now extinct.

The same is happening with the newspaper. It will always be yesterday's news. The Daily Oklahoman had sales people near the door of Target trying to get subscribers to sign up with a special deal. I was talking to the guy and made the point that by the time I finished my first cup of coffee in the morning I already had scanned the web for the major news of the day. Second cup is dedicated into a closer look at the interesting stuff. Things that I would not know about until tomorrow if I waited for their paper. Their method of disseminating news requires high cost and massive equipment while the only thing the internet needs to do is move electrons.

They either adapt to the new world or go the way of the blacksmith.

( In the case of the printed MSM it only hastens the demise when what they print is so tainted with unabashed bias. )

Thursday, April 16, 2009


Update: Here's the clip.

Sitting here listening to Tom Sullivan and he brought up Rick Perry saying Texas can secede from they union. They can't. After the Civil War they did secede to the South. But in order to be readmitted they had to nullify the original stipulation of the right to secede again.

Just wondering how long it is going to take the garbled din of populism to get a clue about reality and end this discourse before the left can make political hay out of it.

If Rick Perry is making his move for President he should brush up on his state's history before making such claims.

There Can Be Only One

White House request the name of Jesus be covered before their true messiah speaks. Wonder if they would have demanded the name of Allah be covered if that were the case?

That has to be a tough job at the White House for those behind the curtain tasked with maintaining the illusion of the great and powerful O.

Thursday, April 09, 2009

The Pee Wee Herman Explanation

I am starting to see the Obama administration employ the Pee Wee Herman explanation for their gaffes.

Sunday, April 05, 2009

Defense Against United Nations Response

The IOpian View is the first to report from its sources that North Korean spies have gotten their hands on the plans of a defensive device against the UN's letters condemning the development and testing of their nuclear weapon and delivery programs. It has been rumored that these plans were found by US troops among stockpiles of the devices in one of Saddam Hussein's palaces though it cannot be independently verified at this time.

The Obama administration has telegraphed some concern that any response from the United Nations is now ineffective with the deployment of this Anti Strongly-worded Statement Evasion System otherwise known as ASSES. The IOpian View has been cleared to release a design of this insidious weapon system that can eliminate any form of strongly worded letters:

Secretary of State Clinton has been directed to form a strategy that attempts to convince the North Koreans it is not in their interests to sustain a belligerent posture and remain a rogue state. The Secretary has formed a task force of experts to develop a comprehensive strategy based on former Secretary of State Madeline Albright's approach of placating North Korean concerns. The task force will be called the Korean Intiative on Strongly-worded Statements - KISS

It will be interesting to see what KISS can accomplish with the North Korean ASSES.

The Sleaziest Bastage in Congress

Note that the total of the two hamhocks on the board behind him is $106 million dollars. About half of the contractual obligations to AIG employees. Also keep in mind that this is coming from a guy who is chauffeured around and has life benefits and compensation without paying into the Social Security system.

Saturday, April 04, 2009

Saturday Night Funhouse

Here's a little blast from the past... the world's worst comedian, Darell Bluett.

And who can forget the masters of martial arts.

Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Tea Anyone?

To all elected officials: You better wake up !

Michelle Malkin said share so I am.

Office Help

Today I honor my faithful office assistant Possum D. Cat.

Doesn't miss a day of work and is always at her desk on time.
She also provides valuable input whenever I am on a call.
As you can see she is busily scheduling today's tasks.

Below you can see her dedication and loyalty as she looks after the office while I am at lunch.