Monday, January 26, 2009

Your President's Heart

His first week in office, your President made sure to protect him:

... And did nothing to protect this:

(Photo byKellyandApril)


Way to go, America.

Saturday, January 24, 2009

Pick up your change, losers.

Watch this and take a look at what the Obamatrons left behind in our nation's capitol.
This, boys and girls, is what an Obamanation looks like.



Compare that to they way the mall looked after 500,000 bikers who are veterans of our armed forces rolled into DC:



The difference?

Respect.
Honor.
Personal Responsibility.

Friday, January 23, 2009

There is Good News!

In 1981, before we had tons of satellite TV channels, Cable news channels, and before we had TiVo to record shows for us to watch later ... Four million more people watched Ronald Reagan's first inauguration than watched President Obama's botched coronation on Tuesday.

Only four witnessed the second, official, coronation. (I even made sure to link to Entertainment Tonight instead of an actual news agency, so that all you Obamatrons out there would find the story more credible.)

In other good news: as ridiculously stupid as American Idol is, apparently more people thought that the Obama Coronation coverage was even more ludicrous, because more people watched Idol than Obama's evening media love-fest.

Viva Reagan!

So much for the "Most Transparent" Administration Ever


  • Obama won't let news photographers into places they were always allowed in the past, (Including under the evil, secretive Bush administration) preferring instead to use his own, trusted photographers.

  • The Obama Administration picks a small, select, group of only four trusted reporters to witness his do-over inauguration, a-la ITAR-TASS 1970. (As an aside, President Bush ... you know, the "dumbest president ever" only had to take his oath of office once for each time he was elected.)

  • The Obama Administration won't let news agencies cite administration sources used during background briefings on GTMO. (How did that lack of source-checking work out for Dan Rather? I can understand why the media is a little gun shy over Obama's secrecy and paranoia.)

The hypocrisy of Obama and his ilk is only beginning to pour out. We're going to see more and more of this over the next few days, months, and years. The chasm between what Obama promised us and what he's planning on imposing on us is disgusting.

On the bright side, I think I'll have plenty to blog about for the next 1458 Days.

Monday, December 1, 2008

Kool Aid, Anyone?

Am I the only one who finds it absolutely freakin' hilarious that the Leader of the Kool Aid Drinkers just picked a guy named Jim Jones as his National Security Advisor?

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Socialized Dessert

Well, we got our asses handed to us. (Sort of. More on that later.)

For now, I thought I'd just share a funny moment I had with my 12 year old son, who happens to be a little overly erudite for his age.

On election day, Congressman Portman stopped by HQ and gave me a cookie with Senator McCain's head painted on it. I took the cookie home and left it sitting on the kitchen counter.

Wednesday afternoon as I was making dinner, my son walked into the kitchen, looked at the cookie, and said, "Can I have this?" Being the good dad who didn't want his child to ruin his appetite thirty minutes before dinner, I replied, "No." He started to object (something about not getting a snack after school) and, annoyed, I simply firmed my voice a little and answered again, "No."

Sensing that I was being stared at, I looked over at my son who was looking at me with that special look he gets in his eyes when he's about to be a spectacular smartass.

"What?" I asked, with more than a little irritation in my voice.

He just grinned and said, "Dad, Obama won. That means that people with cookies have to give them to people who don't have any cookies."

I gave the little smartass the cookie, I figured he'd earned it. I also made him cut it in half and share it with his little brother.

Cookie redistribution at it's best...

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Democrat Culpability...

This montage speaks for itself.



I've just gotta add... who the hell votes for Barney Frank and Maxine Waters, anyway? What is wrong with the people who repeatedly put those two in office?

And... note the appearance of Frank Raines, Obama's economic advisor.

Are these people you want to put in charge of your child's piggy bank? Never mind the entire economy of the United States.