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Kiss a muslim’s ass for peace

9 November, 2010

By Ronin, 9 Nov 10
As the nation suffers from high unemployment, corrupt and incompetent judges, politicians and a relentless assault by agenda driven interests. Our president is traveling around tossing the victim card to muslims.

It seems it is not their fault that the seventh century pedophile the muslims worship made life choices that disgust us. It is ours. The obamanation agrees with that and has discussed ways to increase ass kissing for peace.

Do not be fooled, peace is expensive and we will all have to make sacrifices to pay for it. Hmm, let us see what we can do to help the poor pedophile worshipers gain some self-respect. How about stop funding, social security, unemployment, welfare and medical treatments. That should put a dent in the muslims diminished egos and get the old ball rolling.

Now for our sacrifices the muslims have agreed to sacrifice, Christians, Jews, non main stream muslims and kafirs of undetermined origin. In their mind is a fair trade.

What can you do to help? Show some support. The next muslim you see, lick your lips, touch your hand and slap them on the ass as hard as you can (this is optional, based on the laws in your area), alternately just pucker up and pretend to blow them a kiss. (more…)

Stagehand Setting Up an Obamapalooza In L.A. Gets Fired for Wearing U.S.S. George H.W. Bush Aircraft Carrier Hat and Sweater

22 October, 2010

Outrageous!  His son is actually serving on the U.S.S. George H.W. Bush and so it is only natural for a father to carry a memento of his son with him while they are separated.

Of course, him getting fired for refusing to remove those mementos of his son is what happens when Obama-Coms are  running the show:

Indonesians Expell Obama from Public Park

5 February, 2010

Thank goodness the Indonesians aren’t putting up with Obama’s cultish sycophants:

"As Shiva is my witness, with this butterfly, I shall destroy America!!!"

Obama Statue to Leave Indonesian Park

Published: February 5, 2010 – NYTimes

JAKARTA, Indonesia — A recently-erected statue of President Obama as a 10-year-old boy will be removed from a public park here, city officials said Friday, bowing to vociferous criticism on Facebook just a month before Mr. Obama is scheduled to visit Indonesia.

The statue will be relocated as soon as possible to an elementary school that Mr. Obama attended during the four years he spent as a child here, the governor of Jakarta, Fauzi Bowo, told reporters.

In December, the city unveiled the 43-inch tall bronze statue in a park in Menteng, the neighborhood where Mr. Obama lived with his divorced mother and Indonesian stepfather in the late 1960s. Financed by $10,000 from Mr. Obama’s supporters here, it depicts the boy known at the time as Barry in shorts and a T-shirt, smiling as a butterfly lands on his left thumb.

But the statue of Mr. Obama — who successfully exploited the potential of social networking sites during the 2008 presidential campaign — soon became the target of intense ire by critics who said Mr. Obama had done nothing for Indonesia and said the public park should be reserved to honor an Indonesian.


Glenn Beck Show Reminder

22 January, 2010

Just a quick reminder that on today’s show, Glenn Beck will be airing his documentary, “The Revolutionary Holocaust –  Live Free or Die.”  Here is a sample to whet your appetite:

Missouri Inundated With Obamaganda School Supplies

7 December, 2009

After reading the following article, I couldn’t help but wonder if someone in the art department at the Harcourt Pencil Company was in on that now infamous conference call with the National Endowment for the Arts

Supplies with Obama logo surprise school

By Jonathon Braden – Columbia Tribune

Pencils and notebooks resembling President Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign ads have been sold in at least one Columbia school and other public schools, causing the company that distributes the materials to travel around the state yanking the supplies out of machines.

“Don’t be mad at us,” said Greg Jones, a sales representative with Pencil Wholesale. “It was a total accident.”

Pencil Wholesale distributes supplies to six Columbia schools: Parkade Elementary, Cedar Ridge Elementary, Paxton Keeley Elementary, Mill Creek Elementary, Smithton Middle School and Hickman High School, said Linda Quinley, the district’s chief financial officer.

At Mill Creek, at least one pencil and a notebook with designs similar to Obama campaign advertisements have been sold out of a supply machine. Two families have complained about the politically tinged materials.

Three Missouri schools have contacted Jones since the beginning of the school year asking that the materials be removed, and Mill Creek Principal Mary Sue Gibson this week said she also planned to call Pencil Wholesale.

“I just don’t want to get into that political arena at all,” she said.

The bound three-ring notebook bears a photo of literal change — pennies, quarters, dimes and nickels stacked into piles. Above the photo, white text reads “CHANGE” over a navy background.

Below the photo, “WE CAN BELIEVE IN” sits above a logo similar to Obama’s campaign image — three red stripes separated by white stripes in front of a white circle with a blue background arching over the circle.

The supplies were designed by the art department of Harcourt Pencil Co., based in Milroy, Ind., Jones said.

“The art department was trying to be cutesy,” he said.

There was no response this morning to a phone message to Harcourt.


The Seven Deadly Sins of Obama

30 November, 2009

When John F. Harris,the most lucid writer in American political journalism today,”  starts pointing out perception problems with Obama, it is wise to listen;  Not so much for a correction of the problems to the benefit of Obama, but for a general overview of public perception.  After all, we Conservatives can use his weaknesses to our advantage:

7 stories Obama doesn’t want told
By: John F. Harris – Politico
November 30, 2009

Presidential politics is about storytelling. Presented with a vivid storyline, voters naturally tend to fit every new event or piece of information into a picture that is already neatly framed in their minds.

No one understands this better than Barack Obama and his team, who won the 2008 election in part because they were better storytellers than the opposition. The pro-Obama narrative featured an almost mystically talented young idealist who stood for change in a disciplined and thoughtful way. This easily outpowered the anti-Obama narrative, featuring an opportunistic Chicago pol with dubious relationships who was more liberal than he was letting on.

A year into his presidency, however, Obama’s gift for controlling his image shows signs of faltering. As Washington returns to work from the Thanksgiving holiday, there are several anti-Obama storylines gaining momentum.

The Obama White House argues that all of these storylines are inaccurate or unfair. In some cases these anti-Obama narratives are fanned by Republicans, in some cases by reporters and commentators.

But they all are serious threats to Obama, if they gain enough currency to become the dominant frame through which people interpret the president’s actions and motives.

Here are seven storylines Obama needs to worry about:

He thinks he’s playing with Monopoly money

Economists and business leaders from across the ideological spectrum were urging the new president on last winter when he signed onto more than a trillion in stimulus spending and bank and auto bailouts during his first weeks in office. Many, though far from all, of these same people now agree that these actions helped avert an even worse financial catastrophe.

Along the way, however, it is clear Obama underestimated the political consequences that flow from the perception that he is a profligate spender. He also misjudged the anger in middle America about bailouts with weak and sporadic public explanations of why he believed they were necessary.

The flight of independents away from Democrats last summer — the trend that recently hammered Democrats in off-year elections in Virginia — coincided with what polls show was alarm among these voters about undisciplined big government and runaway spending. The likely passage of a health care reform package criticized as weak on cost-control will compound the problem.

Obama understands the political peril, and his team is signaling that he will use the 2010 State of the Union address to emphasize fiscal discipline. The political challenge, however, is an even bigger substantive challenge—since the most convincing way to project fiscal discipline would be actually to impose spending reductions that would cramp his own agenda and that of congressional Democrats.

Too much Leonard Nimoy

People used to make fun of Bill Clinton’s misty-eyed, raspy-voiced claims that, “I feel your pain.”

The reality, however, is that Clinton’s dozen years as governor before becoming president really did leave him with a vivid sense of the concrete human dimensions of policy. He did not view programs as abstractions — he viewed them in terms of actual people he knew by name.

Obama, a legislator and law professor, is fluent in describing the nuances of problems. But his intellectuality has contributed to a growing critique that decisions are detached from rock-bottom principles.

Both Maureen Dowd in The New York Times and Joel Achenbach of The Washington Post have likened him to Star Trek’s Mr. Spock.


A Christmas Special With the O’s

25 November, 2009

Apparently, Obama thinks Christmas is HIS holiday and will team up with Oprah for a Christmas Special.

And you thought all those Christmas specials with the Osmonds were pure, unadulterated torture when you were a kid.  Can you imagine yourself as a child being subjected to this type of cruel and unusual punishment during the holidays?

Just shoot me….Shoot me now!

ABC announces Oprah-Obama Christmas special
By James Hibberd & Nellie Andreeva –

The queen of daytime will interview the president of the country during an ABC holiday special that brings together Oprah Winfrey and Barack Obama.

The network has announced “Christmas at the White House: An Oprah Primetime Special,” which includes an interview with the president, a conversation with the First Couple and tour of the White House.

The special marks the first time Winfrey has interviewed Obama since he took office. “Christmas at the White House” will air Sunday, Dec. 13, at 10 p.m.

Winfrey, who has never endorsed a presidential candidate before, was a strong supporter of Obama during his presidential campaign, stumping for him in key states.


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