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Thursday, October 14, 2010


Please read Vanderleun's take on the Mighty Kenyan's post-November pathways.


...Far from reining him in, the coming destruction of the Democrats only frees him to get his hate on in a more direct and unrestrained manner...

My only addition?

The flaccid Dead Elephants and their zombie adherents will prove themselves, once again, useful idiots in the One's campaign of American institutional eradication.

As one of the commenters notes, the Obama supporters surround us.

What comes out of 2012 will not be what went into the machine back in 2008.

Count on it.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Call him whatever you will. Just don't call him "President of the United States" as I believe he is the biggest fraud perpetrated on the people of this nation EVER !

He's not my president....he just lower than whale feces in the ocean.

He needs to be impeached and then properly punished.


October 14, 2010 at 11:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We have those other people surrounded from the inside.

Jerry Shriver's Ghost.

October 14, 2010 at 11:35 PM  
Anonymous Defender said...

Like Clinton, he advertises himself as a "centrist." Who in the name of all that's holy would be to his left?
Some of his supporter are said to find him too CONSERVATIVE. Expect anything.
Democrat party leader Tim Kaine is afraid of Tea Party intimidation before and during the election. Never heard him say a word about the New Black Panther guy with the big stick...
Pegboy. In James Michener's "The Source," he describes that as an Arab Muslim tradition as well. Boys are lined up on a bench and one may select the appropriate one by the size of the peg he sits on. The Koran promises 72 virgins and "perpetually fresh young boys" to the believer. Eeww.

October 15, 2010 at 3:50 AM  
Blogger Pat H. said...

Neither Obama nor McCain has any "American" at their core. McCain was Navy royalty, raised exclusively on naval installations, mostly overseas, born in Panama and not legitimately born in America, then sent to an exclusive naval royalty school, crashes five aircraft the last of which nearly kills him. No cultural relationship to America in any way, never had it, still doesn't.

The Kenyan is the son of a Margaret Mead style cultural anthropologist who "went native" with many men in the countries she worked in, "gets" pregnant by one of them (who never marries her), and dies early of a cancer linked to sexual promiscuity. Further, the "boy" is raised as a muslim adopted child during his most formative years. There isn't an ounce of relationship to America in the person now known as Barrack Obama, and the notion by blacks in America that he has a relationship to them is laughable at best, but actually rather pathetic.

There's only been one decent president in the 20th/21st century, that was Calvin Coolidge; the remaining ones vary from mediocre (Reagan) to viciously murderous (Roosevelt (both of them)).

October 15, 2010 at 4:31 AM  
Anonymous Witchwood said...

What I fear most from this backlash against the Democrats is the possible rehabilitation of George W. Bush and his universalist neocon ideology. The election of another establishment Republican (e.g. McCain) is more dangerous to our republic than Obama, because it pacify American anger. The GOP is an enemy concealed, while Obama and his naked Marxism is an enemy revealed.

That is what keeps me up at night.

October 15, 2010 at 11:36 AM  
Anonymous Defender said...

I agree, Witchwood. Whenever I hear the phrase "two-party system" I get up on my soapbox. Vote like you've always voted, get what you've always gotten.

While police departments in major American cities are preventing charities from distributing food to the homeless, while people in Appalachia have no indoor toilets, THIS:


October 15, 2010 at 9:49 PM  
Blogger Rourke said...

Witchwood - I agree with you as well.

Right now - I do not see a strong candidate on the Right. Sarah Palin - she has her place but I do not think she is electable. Mitt R - he is establishment - he put in socialized medicine in Mass. I just do not know who would be worthy.

Any idea's anyone?


October 16, 2010 at 1:55 AM  
Blogger PHXIIIper said...

If my political wet dream would come true it would be Ron Paul. I will I could cram Ron Paul's head into Palin's and create a complete package that no greenie could stand against. But that's not going to happen.

What about Chris Christie? Every time I turn around he's smacking down the teachers unions and telling these people no..no...and HELL NO!

Granted he's from Jersey but it beats the alternative which the pundits keep bring Pawlenty into the limelight.

Do not want.

October 16, 2010 at 2:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any idea's anyone?

Yes, the guy that started the Tea Parties in '07. The man with an almost perfect Constitutional voting record, a man that Democrats and Republicans love to hate, a man that has stood with a message of freedom for over 30 years, a man that has delivered over 5000 babies, a man that served as a flight surgeon in the United States Air force 63'-65', a man that would like to see a complete abolishment of ALL firearm related laws(including the ATF), a man that would not accept Medicare or Medicaid as a physician; instead, he would do the work for free. This a man of conviction, a man of his word, a man that "knows what he is about", that man is Ron Paul.

October 16, 2010 at 2:38 PM  
Anonymous Defender said...

Instead of Ron Paul, the Republicans are nudging neocon and Council on Foreign Relations member Newt Gingrich into the spotlight. Very disturbing, but not surprising.
Today, Sunday, Obama said [the hundreds of millions of] Americans [who disagree with his socialist master plan] just aren't thinking clearly.


October 17, 2010 at 5:16 PM  

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