This video may be traumatic to any "progressives" whose virgin brains have never been penetrated by intelligent thought and would come to the "logical" conclusion that olive branches and chit chat are the way to save yourself from savages that want to skin you into pioneer jerky.
The narrator called the air rifle featured in this video "peace through superior firepower."
Reagan called it "peace through strength."
Whatever it is one thing is for sure, it's undeniably effective...progressives. I don't care what your deity's teleprompter has to say on the matter.
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I have to be honest, I thought Two and a half Men was a really stupid show. I saw a few episodes and the wonder that it had gone on for as long as it has is flabbergasting to me.
That said, the one thing I can appreciate about it is the people who worked on the show were able to put food on the table and a roof over their head because it provided their employment. This includes Charlie Sheen, but in his case that roof over his head was made of coked out porn stars.
It wasn't enough for Sheen to be satisfied with being the highest paid actor on television. He needed to be perpetually messed up on drugs too. Now some selfish rant against the network has caused the show to be cancelled for the season, effectively screwing hundreds of people out of work they need because they don't get to make millions for "acting" like an ingracious piece of s**t on camera.
Rather than cancel for the season, I think CBS should just reboot the show with a new cast. I have a few ideas, starting with a very obvious option...
Then there's a choice even more obvious than that...
I call this one "the trans-gender barrier buster"...
This is the best option, but the need for special effects make it cost prohibitive...
National Journal grudgingly apologizes to Vice President Biden for any confusion caused by their report that the 2010 Congress was the most polarized ever, adding there has been no impact whatsoever on global warming.
Eliot Spitzer welcomes Kathleen Parker's decision to leave the primetime CNN show they co-host, saying that if she's getting paid to spend an hour with him he should've gotten some sex out of it.Add a comment
This is how crappy it is to work for CNN...
Kathleen Parker, the Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist who co-hosted CNN's 8 p.m. show, is leaving just five months after the show debuted, the company announced Friday.
"I have decided to return to a schedule that will allow me to focus more on my syndicated newspaper column and other writings," Parker said in a statement.
This is like James Carville canceling an appointment so he can go get a haircut.
I'm sure it wasn't a very pleasant experience working with a man like Eliot Spitzer, who probably was offended being in the presence of a woman who was getting paid spend an hour with him without sex being part of the deal.
My only experience with the show was highlighted in this post from last November, when Rand Paul made Spitzer his Client Number 9 while Parker was probably too busy avoiding the reach of Spitzer under the table to concentrate on having an actual thought to contribute to the show.
So I don't blame her for wanting to leave the last place network in cable news to refocus her work on that 21st century dinosaur we call NEWSPAPERS.
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Big h/t to The Peoples Cube for its contribution to the finale.
The Saudi Arabian man arrested in Texas for under suspicion of building a "weapon of mass destruction" is released after DHS learns he was just trying to build an IED, not watch Fox News.
Army finds Rolling Stone expose about employment of psy-ops on Senators to be "laughably manufactured," reminding the public senators don't have minds to manipulate.
New poll finds 67% disapprove of the Wisconsin Democratic Senators that fled the state to avoid a vote on the states budget. This rate drops significantly under a scenario where they never return.Add a comment
Piggy backing on a satire headline from yesterday (February 23).
If it's tough to read you can click the image to see a larger version.Add a comment
A man in Lubbock Texas was arrested...
...late yesterday by FBI agents in Texas on a federal charge of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction in connection with his alleged purchase of chemicals and equipment necessary to make an improvised explosive device (IED) and his research of potential U.S. targets.
Check out the story at Right Network
The most shocking part of the story is that the man was caucasion with sandy blond hair, blue eyes, wearing a cowboy hat and was a known Tea Party organizer in the area. See for yourself...
Obviously he beat himself until his skin bruised into a nice olive tone. In fact he be beat himself so bad even his hair bruised black.
Even though he attempted to hide himself from DHS by changing his name to Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari there were a few signs of suspicious activity that got them on to his scent:
He once drank tea at a party
His radio could pick up AM signals
He knew Glenn Beck spelled his name with two "n's"
His racist streak (he once posted on Facebook that the govnerment should heavily scrutinize Arab Muslims for suspected terrorism)
He went around shouting Reagan Akbar
America! F**K YEAH! Hi fives all around! Score one of the good guys, even though liberals run the Department of Justice, and thus have no clue they're the good guys.Add a comment
Liberal organizations coordinating advertising for Obama's reelection bid see major challenges ahead and start with hiring consultants who have attempted to sell ice to Eskimos.
Gay activists praise Obama's abandonment of DOMA defense and potentially paving the way for federal recognition of gay marriage, prompting promises from gay men to show female "breeders" how wedding dresses really get done.
Wisconsin's governor sees a potential opportunity when oil hits $100 dollars sparking a proposal to close the budget deficit with unions by somehow refining and monetizing their slime.Add a comment
When a company runs out of money to pay for the workers it has it gets rid of workers until they can afford themselves again. I know that sounds callous because jobs should be as plentiful as air, but they're not.
I hate to burst anyones bubble but your job isn't that important either, compared to air that is. Air sort of defies the laws of economics because its value doesn't go down with its seemingly infinite supply, it's THAT important.
In fact, it's second most important job, at the moment, is to give life...until it's done proving Al Gore wrong.
Compare that to a job that's really rare, the fewer of them the more valued they are, like being president B.O.
If the country had a million presidents, being one of a million would be a lot less impressive than one IN a million. Try dividing the job into a million pieces...that puts each president in charge of one page of ObamaCare. You just can't have that because then the law would REALLY be a mess.
This is just not true with air, being one of a bazillion makes air the king of the hill of all exceptions.
That's why this fight in Wisconsin is too important for Scott Walker, and the universe, to lose.
Because it has transformed into a beast that can never be fed, the public sector unions now think they're better than air. In fact, they think we need them more than air.
They've become so selfish they don't see that money is air for an economy...only A LOT more finite. Even though there isn't any more money the unions have been so big for so long they think they can continue to grow without it, and thus dethrone air.
After decades of this air is trying to be all like, "dude, unions, wtf? If you try to spread like me everything will die!"
But air can't talk, and here we have people like Governor Scott Walker trying to be a voice for the voiceless, and the unions are like, "you're wrong buddy! Look at the state's bank account, we're not choking it to death."
The bottom line is this, air is pretty awesome, even though it's everywhere. Which is actually why it's awesome, because it gets to be an exception to the rules of economics.
When you think of it that way you'll see air is a lot like God. Then there's Satan, who think's he's better than God, and the harder he tries to prove it the more stuff he ruins.
Basically, if we draw this out to it's logical conclusion, we are all innocent bystanders caught in the crosshairs of a sibling rivalry between the Satan and the public sector unions.Add a comment
Following the trends of Wisconsin and Indiana, Democrats flee Nevada after Harry Reid proposes that state criminalize prostitution.
After feasting on braised short ribs during her vacation to Vail, CO, Michelle Obama is pressed on what part of her vacation diet was actually fat free, answering "the hypocrisy."
Gay community protests San Francisco proposal to ban circumcision, citing health reasons by pointing out that skinless meat is healthier for consumption.Add a comment
A friend at Free Republic sent me this nifty graphic last weekend.
The GOP gets accused of fiscal fuzzy math all the time, that's because they're not visionary enough to know that the best way to deal with crushing government debt is to do nothing to reduce its overhead.
Then there is numerical comprehension, especially when looking at Wisconsin. For instance...
Chris Matthews: Let me go to the Republican, Senator Grothman. My question of course is why does the Governor pick on the unions that didn't endorse him in the last campaign but give a free ride to the firefighters and the cops who did and the localities? Why did they get off and are allowed to continue to negotiate collectively?
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When it comes to Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's efforts to fix that state's budget this has been the major point of attack for the left, if not the only one. Which is interesting because what has actually not been in dispute is the fact that Wisconsin is too broke to maintain the public sector status quo, but what about this attack?
Well, according to the Newsbusters article Walker points out that only 4 out of 314 fire and police unions actually endorsed him.
And THAT, my friends, is "progressive" math!
Apparently the exceptions are the rule, and if you take Obama's perspective on the exposing of Planned Parenthoods criminal cover up of exploitation the rule is the exception. The trick is knowing which one is which, and when.
It's actually not that hard. Basically, proglodytes always take the path that makes them look less guilty of idiocy. Take these equations, for example:
Dan Quayle + potatoe - liberal media bias = Joe Biden
Global warming + Science x "2 + record snow + Al Gore x Gore's two cents = Climate Change
Bush Recession + Obama Stimulus - Bill Clinton / shovelsHOPE + higher unemployment = Bush Recession
Michelle Obama + (Childhood Obesity x veggie tyranny) = Fat free hypocrisy
Conservatism + Major Hasan x DenialJared Loughner = Sarah Palin
Bill Maher + Helen Thomas - (TalentActual x Halloween365) = Nose
All of this is part of a far more complex equation, but I don't know all its components. I just know that you don't need a calculator to solve it because the answer is always "progressives are wrong."Add a comment
The first lady, in Vail with her daughters and some friends for the Presidents Day weekend, dined at Restaurant Kelly Liken in Vail Village Saturday night, enjoying a pickled pumpkin salad with arugula and a braised ancho-chile short rib with hominy wild mushrooms and sauteed kale....
A braised short rib is a relatively lean cut of beef, braised with most of the fat cooked off. The 5-ounce serving runs about 600 calories, Liken said — a far cry from the 1,500 calories and 141 grams of fat it's accused of.
If the Vail Daily is trying to audition to the official distribution arm of the Obama Administrations propagandistic flatulence they should've realized that the internet exists beyond the little world their article creates.
What was sure to be a five second Google search The Drudge Report uncovered that they're pissing on us and calling it rain with an extraordinary amound of patronization.
Drudge links to Livestrong.com, which has a list of "food with lots of fat".....guess what they have at the top of their list.
Other than Liken's say so there appears to be absolutely nothing that corroborates that Michelle Antoinette's meal actually was only 600 calories. Which begs the question...where does this 600 calorie short rib Kelly Liken supposedly prepares come from?!?
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I wonder if the feast she had on her vacation would pass the standard she imposes on the nation's children.
Hard hitting analysis from Andrew Sullivan on how the right is being hypocritical on the unrest in the middle east.
There is, of course, great potential for bad as well as good in these kind of transformative moments in history - the Arab 1848 as it were. We should be vigilant on that score. But it is bizarre to read conservatives who praised the Iraq war that led to the empowerment of al Sadr and the deaths of hundreds of thousands in a country occupied by the US to be now retroactively endorsing the other Saddams of the Middle East.
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What do I need to do to get the kind of attention in the blogosphere that Andrew Sullivan gets?
Drink? Eat paint chips? Watch an episode of Sesame Street hosted by Biden?
I haven't walked a mile in his shoes, so I don't know if it comes naturally...or does someone like Sully have to work at it to be so stupid?
How is it "bizarre" that conservatives have a different outlook on the middle east unrest now when they were the launching pad for the Iraq war? The reasons are so obvious I feel bad listing them at the risk of insulting everyone's intelligence. Then again, I get liberals visitors so this can be for their benefit.
For these reasons conservatives are wary of what's happening in that part of the world. The only thing that's truly "bizarre" about all of this is the left's inability to understand such an elementary distinction.
I put Sully in that lefty box even though he considers himself to be a conservative, which is fine because I consider myself to be the world's first billion dollar rodeo clown.
After digesting several of Sully's blog posts that he, for his sake, should confess to having had a child ghost write, I can only conclude that the only thing about him that's conservative is his brain cell count.Add a comment
John Fund has an excellent piece at the Wall Street Journal about what is at stake Wisconsin. Basically, he asks if politics gets to be run by the voters or the unions.
I think that's a valid question. The people of Wisconsin decided last fall how their government should be set up. Like every other state, they're faced with a fiscal crisis. I don't know the ins and outs of their government, but if their problems are anything like my state, California, then the alpha and omega of its budget problems lies in the leviathan-sized parasite that is the public employee unions.
That said, I feel like we are given false choices on this, because I always thought that the government operated on midichlorians. If you're not a complete nerd like me then you should know that's the stuff that powers The Force...the magic stuff that Jedi's are made of.
I've thought this for years because governments negotiated awesome contracts with their employee unions that gave them pay that was has often been better than their private sector counterparts, to make up for the down-side to government work being a complete lack of accountability they also got perks worked in to their contracts that included earlier retirement age, sweet pension deals that include a treaty with hell (sorry libs, heaven isn't a union shop) to continue salary payments after death, and other miscellaneous stuff, like gold plated time cards.
All of this stuff costs money. Where does the money come from? Its a process that magically involves union dues, which came from government employee paychecks, which came from your wallet....aka The Force.
The Force performs mind tricks that prevent people from caring that it causes budget deficits.
When the deficits get too powerful to succumb to mind tricks The Force then gets
activists clones that are manufactured for the sole purpose of "the cause" and don't think beyond the orders they're given (aka stormtroopers) to activate and form protests.
They chant stuff about solidarity, which must be translated after the fact with U.N.-like precision by the mainstream media, because to me it just sounds like the noise kids make when they fire pretend lasers.
Sith lords Union bosses know the power of the force well, and have used its power to take over the Republic. So Fund's choices were false ones because it's pretty clear the labor unions use midichlorians convince governments that it's capable of superhuman equations like:
Retirement at 50 + generous overtime + pensions at 100% of salary - accountability = balanced budget
Hopefully life imitates art, and the ragtag band of fiscally sane conservatives elected a few months ago will overcome the odds and defeat the fiscal death star that is currently at t-minus 10 seconds away from blowing up the world's economy with its beam of
irresponsible narcissism workers rights.