- Retard Rahm Emanuel, the Devil’s Spawn, accosting nude congressmen in the shower with his tutu hanging out.
- The Criminal-in-Chief is finding it so hard to get a 100% audience of slaves, he’s limiting his appearances to idiot college students (pardon the redundancy)… today about 1,800 students at Arcadia (?) University Pennsylvania.
- The DNC is sending its dimwit reps to a think tank, to be taught how to talk tough about terrorism:
Said Ken Spain, communications director for the National Republican Congressional Committee, “The fact that Democrats have to train their own candidates on how to talk about defending America is an indictment not just of their candidates but of their policies, as well.” Read more here.
The liberals are finally realizing that Obama has nothing to do with party politics and his only guiding principle is to amass as much personal power as possible in an effort to control and decimate the United States…. yes, you blue-staters and blue-dogs, you go under the bus just like anyone else who gets in the Marxists’ way.
It’s amusing to see long it’s taken most of this nation to learn the most obvious of facts; the democrat party gave the key to the fort to the enemy, and the enemy grabbed it and locked the door behind them.
The puppet masters behind Obama such as George Soros had unimaginable power around the world, and now because they own the presidency, it has grown massively, albeit without discipline and focus.
This will be the first time in U.S. history that the American people had to rise up and drag both guilty-as-hell major parties to the tar and feathering of the entire government leadership.
The liberals and so-called “moderates” will be forced to look back and admit, they weren’t just wrong, not just idiots, but were unindicted co-conspirators in the entire political coup that continues to threaten America.
Real America and Real Americans can still fail, however, if we do not ensure that only conservatives and libertarians control the government. This is what happens when Real Americans fall asleep on watch, as we have since Barry Goldwater.
“Reasonable gun laws”?…. sure; abortion?…. sure; legislating from the bench?…sure; Mirandizing?…sure. Mirandizing POWS?… sure. Trying Mirandized POWS in civil courts?…sure. Releasing Mirandized POWS to kill American troops?… sure.
Loss of the Fifth Amendment, while the Second hangs by a 5-4 decision with a madman in the White house who’ll get at least two most SCOTUS appointments.
An all-out war on capitalism, with some captains of industry trying to make deals with the communists to be eaten last.
Gay marriage, the politics of gay/lesbian/bi//he/she/it teachers, coaches, members of congress; planned parenthood, food police, smoking police, cell phone police, speech police, thought police.
The malignant growth of unions run by Marxist collectivists.
“Women’s rights” run by radical lesbian feminists. Health care run by people unqualified to process your license plates.
Allowing the idea to persist that adulthood does not occur until the early 30s.
Forcing the top 10% of the workers in American to pay 80% of the taxes, and allowing 40% of the workers to pay no taxes whatsoever… yet reward them with free medical, free food, free education and babysitting, and cash for having kids…. you know the typical Obama voter.
Somehow people allowed the idea to root that your darling college sophomore is smarter than you, and is a “leader of tomorrow”.… while you’re playing for her tuition, room, board and as much fun as she can have.
…. well, perhaps she is smarter than you.
The best young Americans are serving in the military or working in law enforcement/first departments/ public safety …. the rest of young America never have and never will serve this nation.
Growing up and getting a job isn’t service—there was a day when it wasn’t necessary to point out the difference.
How did this happen? When did it happen?
It happened as soon as we became fat, complacent and lazy…. right after the Japs surrendered about the USS Missouri, you can look it up.
It began when we stopped going to church and started getting divorced; it happened when yes sir, and no m’am disappeared from children's vocabularies; it happened when men stopped acting, sounding and looking like men… when they abdicated their leadership role in every segment of society.
It began as soon as we stopped defending normal.
We’ll survive Obama, but I seriously doubt that our resolve will last long enough for our great nation to return to its founding principles in mind, and heart and spirit.
And without that final nail in the coffin of the left, it will happen all over again.
For those who might care…. a bit of film-making opinions:
One day they might have a feature film about the 2010 Academy Awards… it had all the drama and sub-plots and silliness that occurs when you corral several hundred of the world’s top narcissists in one large room and turn on the cameras.
I seldom go to the theater, and if I see nominated films, it’s usually not until much later, but the main reason I tuned last night was to see two winners…. best pic and best supporting actor.
My hunches in each category were confirmed as Christoph Waltz took best supporting actor for his brilliant performance as a Jew-hunting/hating Nazi officer in “Inglorious Basterds” Quentin Tarantino’s terrific WII fantasy; and “The Hurt Locker” beat the Na'vi out of James Cameron’s “Avatar”—a very anti-American, anti-Marine Corps film. As I understand it, Avatar is essentially “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee”, blah-blah-blah… blah.
Perhaps one day all such awards will depend on the art of film making and not how many gazillion$ pour into producers’ pockets.
Part of my need to watch was to see if anyone involved with Locker would bother to recognize those who the fight real wars in Iraq and Afghanistan… our soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines.
I was gratified that the talented and lovely Kathryn Bigelow (and Cameron’s ex-wife) thanked the troops twice as she dedicated the Oscars for Best Director and Best Picture to “to the women and men in the military who risk their lives on a daily basis in Iraq and Afghanistan.”
And Mark Boal, winner for best original screenplay, thanked Bigelow, dedicated his Oscar win to “…the troops still in Iraq and Afghanistan, along with those who did not make it home.”
Cinematic revenge on the Nazis
Waltz’s Nazi uber-villain steals Basterds, but just barely; two very strong female parts were also well-written and acted.
This was not the movie I expected to see. It was not simply a "Brad Pitt-makes-a-movie" movie; in fact, his role was little more than comic relief as he gives way to an exceptional international cast which carries the film in a tight and very tense game of cat and mouse in occupied France.
All the Tarantino trademarks were there (which I like), but do not intrude on the story as much as in his other films; he seems to have learned that he doesn't need to shout "here I am" from behind the camera.
The casualty count mounts in ways that surprise and I really enjoy—in today's films, I'm grateful for any surprise.
A nice little bonus is a film-within-the-film aspect that allows of all manner of inside UCLA film school trivia... most of which I'm sure I missed.
Highlights included wins by Sandra Bullock and Jeff Bridges—who was overlooked by the academy for his title role in “The Big Lebowski.”
Lowlights… Babs Streisand damned near choking when Bigelow praised the troops, after making a a big deal out of the first chick to be named best director.
And lastly I’m going to get very tried of morbidly obese black women who drone on and on about Hattie McDaniel, and for only that being held up as some sort of role model.