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Obama’s electoral map

Absolutely hilarious from Michael Asher!

Total electoral votes here: 0-for-0bama


September 11, 2008 Posted by | Euros, humor, Obama | 4 Comments


To those of you on the left: Feel free to Google that date if it doesn’t ring a bell for you.

It’s hard to believe that it’s been seven years since that fateful day.  All of us remember what we were doing when we heard about the attacks on the WTC and Pentagon, as well as United Flight 93 going down in Shanksville, PA.  The face of this country changed forever.

See, gone were the days of Clintonian capitulation.  Gone were the days of Reagan’s scamper out of Beirut.  Gone were the days of bombing an aspirin factory in the Sudan, or trying to serve an warrant to Osama bin Laden or reading him his rights.  That fateful day marked the turning point in this country when we looked at the backwards savages who slaughtered in the name of their god and said “We will hunt you down like the couscous-sucking dogs that you are and snuff you out, for however long it takes!”  We meant it, too.

At least, we meant it back then.

You see, we’re at another turning point in this nation.  We seem to live in a short-attention span society, where more people can tell you who won American Idol rather than who Al Qaeda is.  We’re in a time that seems to expect, if not demand, quick answers, preferably those that can fit on a bumper sticker, regardless of whether or not such “answers” are even feasible.  When President Bush said seven years ago that this war against an enemy that will stop at nothing to destroy us will take several years, including well after he is gone from office, we all said “So be it!”

Apparently, for many, they’re now saying “Are we still at this?  I mean, 24 is over in an hour, so why are we still trying to crush the Islamic zealots seven years later?”  It’s as if some people are content with the fact that we have foiled every attempt to attack us since then, thinking that we’re immune from future attacks.  Don’t these folks realize that Social Security reform, health care, unemployment, mortgage defaults, energy, etc., are all meaningless issues if we’re friggin’ dead??

This year, we have two choices for our president.  We have a choice between an imperfect man who knows fully well the evil that lurks in some cretins’ black hearts, having personally experienced said evil; a man who is willing to do whatever it takes to obliterate our sworn enemies; a man who has spent his entire adult life dedicated to protecting and serving our country, and has to prove to no one how well qualified he is to be leader of our armed forces.  In short, a flawed man whose chief desire is to serve country over self.

The other choice is a self-absorbed, petulant, serial liar who wants to Mirandize Islamic terrorists; a man who thinks that terrorism is a mere law-enforcement issue, not a multi-faceted issue (military, diplomatic, financial approaches); a man whose heart bleeds for Islamic terrorists (but not for infants who survive botched abortions, whom he deems “not persons”), and whose primary concern is that bloodthirsty camelhumping jihadists get access to an ACLU attorney; a man who has spent his post-law school days trying to pad his resume and further his own ambitions, with little substantive achievement to show for his efforts; and a man who is as ignorant of the Constitution (despite being a “constitutional law scholar”) as he is of economics.  In short, an empty suit whose chief desire is to serve self over country.

Al Qaeda may have hit us with a sucker punch that stung mightily, but because of our resolve, they didn’t destroy our way of life.  We will be voting for the leader of the free world this November.  While I strongly advise you to choose wisely, I also remind you of this:  the winner will be whomever God wants to win.  God has allowed this country to be blessed with great leaders (George Washington, Abe Lincoln, Ronald Reagan), and He has allowed this country to have poor leaders (Herbert Hoover, Jimmy Carter, and Bill Clinton).  While leaders are incredibly important, it is foolish to put all your faith in a man instead of in God.  Do your part, and let the chips fall where they may.

To use a phrase that is sure to torque Rev. Wright: God bless America!

September 11, 2008 Posted by | McCain, Obama, religion of peace | 22 Comments

Oh no! Canuck doctor worries that Trig’s birth may result in fewer abortions!

How abso-freaking-lutely awful would that be if fewer babies were slaughtered?  From the LAT blog:

Sarah and Todd Palin’s decision to complete her recent pregnancy, despite advance notice that their baby Trig had Down syndrome, is hailed by many in the pro-life movement as walking the walk as well as talking the talk.

But a senior Canadian doctor is now expressing concerns that such a prominent public role model as the governor of Alaska and potential vice president of the United States completing a Down syndrome pregnancy may prompt other women to make the same decision against abortion because of that genetic abnormality. And thereby reduce the number of abortions. …

But hey, go ahead and tell yourselves that all liberals really want is “safe, but rare” abortions…your lying eyes be damned.

September 11, 2008 Posted by | abortion, Canucks, shameful | 8 Comments

A couple of MSM’ers are apparently telepaths

Geez, you’d think with such awesome powers they’d pick a more lucrative way to exploit such supernatural abilities.  Anywho, from Newsbusters:

Fineman the Magnificent? Here’s how Howard Fineman begins his MSNBC column today [emphasis added]:

No, Barack Obama was not making fun of Sarah Palin when he talked about some Republican putting “lipstick on a pig.” 

He was trying to be colloquial, and John McCain’s campaign knew as much – even as it was going theatrically ballistic.

To which I have a simple question: how does Howard know?

Seriously.  Short of sodium pentathol, or Carnac-like gifts, how can Howard possibly know what was in Obama’s mind when he uttered his lipstick line?  At the same time, does Fineman have some fabulous sources at the highest levels of the McCain campaign who were willing to divulge for the record things that would be intensely damaging if true?

Presumably neither scenario obtains.  So how does Fineman come off relating what he did, not as his considered opinion but as flat, declarative statements of fact?

Hard to see this as other than the height of journalistic hubris. 

… David Shuster is apparently a proud graduate of the same mindreading school Fineman attended. He just told senior McCain advisor Nancy Pfotenhauer: “I know that you guys don’t really believe that Barack Obama was calling Sarah Palin a pig.  So why not just acknowledge that this is a wise or shrewd political strategy to knock Obama off his game and put him on a territory where he’s not comfortable?”

Nancy was having none of it: “David, you have so been drinking the Kool-aid here.”  (Awesome! 😆 – Ed.)

View video here.

Nope…no liberal media bias!

September 11, 2008 Posted by | McCain, media bias, Obama, Palin | Leave a comment

Obama wins coveted “washed-up British gay heroin addict musician” endorsement

Dude…this is so disturbing.  Boy George has put out a pro-Obama music video.  Does this @$$clown really think he’s helping The One?

My favorite of the comments there:

Wow … to quote Eric Cartman:

“One time, I saw two guys kissing in a park … and I thought THAT was the gayest thing I’ve ever seen, but now this.”

Reason #4,253,345 to not vote for Obama.

September 11, 2008 Posted by | bizarre, gay, Obama | Leave a comment