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Friday, January 29, 2010

Kryptonite

Read this essay by Cynthia Yockey, as noted by Instapundit; excerpt:

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...But Firefox is crashing on me frequently these days, so I have been flipping through The True Believer while I am waiting for it to start up. In the process, I discovered Obama’s Kryptonite. Not the green, deadly one — the more benign gold Kryptonite that would simply strip him of his superpowers forever. (Boo-yah!)

Obama’s Kryptonite is ridicule. Especially when mixed with shame.

Fortunately, Obama has supplied conservatives with plenty of material.

And we’d better get busy with the ridiculing, mocking, derision, scorn, belittling, shaming, parodying, satirizing and lampooning toot sweet like our lives, homes, families, nation and the world depend on it.

Because they do...
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It's not just the Mighty Kenyan.

It's every lousy, stinking, twisted moral cripple -- of both parties, all branches, and every level of government -- who lives to impose their will on other human beings.

They want you to tremble at their unlimited power.

Laugh at them instead.

Spit at them.

Mock them and their delusions.

Encourage others to do so as well.

It's what real Americans do.

6 Comments:

Blogger Paul said...

Let's go with ridicule, its the nuclear option.

"Against the assault of laughter nothing can stand."

~Mark Twain~

January 29, 2010 at 3:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PssshYEAH!

Didn't Sun Tzu say this; "If your enemy is given to fits of rage, enrage him."

Jonah Goldberg today said that Hitler has a glass jaw.

The Allies did enraged Hitler persistently in WWII. In his rage, Hitler misdirected countless resources to places where they would pour out wrath, but not take ground. (some lessons to learn and apply?) The assassination of Heydrich and the morass of Yugoslavia are examples. The book, A Man Called Intrepid comes highly recommended.

And while I'm at it, Hitler and Obama compare favorably from the standpoint of their personal psychology and makeup. How they approach their enemies. How they intend to weaken and demoralize before they devour. How they both believe in the big lie. How they attempt to justify the government and the world unto themselves. How negotiation with them is folly. The list goes on.

Eric
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January 29, 2010 at 6:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rush made a great observation today.

Reading Osama's latest statement regarding global warming, it's hard to tell that he's doing anything other than reading DNC talking points.

In other words, Al Qaeda's and the DNC's agenda align. Osama, Obama, whatever...

Eric
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January 29, 2010 at 6:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is very true and I'm glad to see someone else besides me knows it. Something that the Devil cannot bear is ridicule. And these internal enemies of America are surely devils.

Ready the harpoons!

January 29, 2010 at 9:02 PM  
Blogger Dutchman6 said...

"Laugh at them instead.

Spit at them.

Mock them and their delusions.

Encourage others to do so as well.

It's what real Americans do."

Which is what I've been trying to do with the ATF lately. Truth be told, they've given me plenty of material.

Vanderboegh
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January 30, 2010 at 4:29 PM  
Blogger James said...

I have to argue with the use of that image. It gives the man far too much credit. Though they share the same contemptible ideology and arrogance, Obama will never be the kind of leader that Marx, Stalin, and their ilk were. Even Marx, the lazy academic, had a greater intellect, more real charisma, and a respect (rarely noted) for the system he was trying to replace - in a misguided bid for greater eventual freedom. Obama doesn't understand capitalism, freedom, work, or even other human beings. He is no leader: he is a figurehead, from which the gilt is rapidly peeling. Let loose with a blast of abrasive humor, and watch as he shrivels. On a related note, my preferred humor is satire, but the actions of the federal government have become so ridiculous that it is difficult to produce something that is clearly an exaggeration. When I read the Onion or Scott Ott's Scrappleface and can't be sure what parts are true and what parts are satire, we have entered a strange, strange world.

February 1, 2010 at 4:41 PM  

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