Saturday, April 20, 2013

Vicarious Images From The FFF: UPDATED–AGAIN!







Raj tried to post these and both he & Little Mo could see them, butt I couldn’t, so I’m devoting a special post to them. Please enjoy:



America’s Chechens are Coming Home to Roost*

It was the day the earth stood still.

Or at least Boston:

boston abandonedBoston in lockdown

Can you even believe it? A whole AMERICAN city shutdown for a one-man manhunt? Heck, New York didn’t completely close up shop even after 9/11. Butt that was back at the turn of the century, before everyone was convinced that we could no longer take care of ourselves. You know, back when your children were still your responsibility?

Butt back to Boston: after a day long “shelter in place” order was lifted, we have a man - who stepped out of the house for a smoke - to thank for the capture of dirtbag #2. I probably would have just called the cops when I saw  blood on the boat cover, butt being a Marlboro Man, the homeowner went and got his step ladder, climbed up, pulled the tarp back and confirmed there was a non-responsive man bleeding in his boat. He’s lucky JoKar was dozing off due to loss of blood, or he’d probably be dead. Massachusetts being a no-gun state and all, he was armed only with a rake.

And how about the rest of you Watertown residents: would you have felt better during yesterday’s mandatory lockdown if you’d had a gun at the ready, locked and loaded? Yes? Then maybe you should rethink the people you elected. The ones who took that constitutional right away from you. I’m not looking to cause trouble here, I’m just pointing out that no matter how good the police are – and they are usually excellent – they can’t be everywhere at all times to protect you and yours from evil doers. For example, they weren’t on Franklin Street in Watertown yesterday evening when the Marlboro Man found the perp in his boat.

In light of the fact that “all terrorism is connected.” (h/t Clarice) and it appears that  “the Amalgamated Union of Lone Wolf Terrorists,” as Mark Steyn calls them, is growing by leaps and bounds., the police might need some help. And better us than Big Guy’s “civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded” as the military.

civilian military

Especially after seeing how Obamacare is shaping up, I don’t think we can afford that new militia; in more ways than one.

Friday, April 19, 2013

Beware: The Angel of Death is at Hand

NEWSFLASH: Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, brothers from a Russian region near Chechnya,  have been identified as the possible, suspected Boston Bombers.

boston bombers

Brother #1 is has been shot dead by police, possibly using a high capacity magazine. Brother#2, Dzhokhar, is still on the loose. Initial speculative reports are that the Chechnyan brothers were driven to their heinous deeds as a result of bullying while attending the elite Cambridge Rindge Latin high school (Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are also grads, butt they – not being Muslims with funny names and funny accents - were not bullied there, just brainwashed).

The boy’s father Anzor Tsarnaev, said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press from the Russian city of Makhachkala that his younger son, Dzhokhar, is "a true angel."

lucifer Lucifer descends

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Elvis Has Left the Building

“April is the cruellest month…” UPDATED

Thus began T.S. Eliot’s opus, Wasteland. I’m neither a fan of Eliot nor his poem butt credit where credit is due, he nailed it: bombs, poison, explosions.

As of right now, we still don’t know who bombed the Boston Marathon (although we think we know which backpack mules we’re looking for).

Screenshot Studio capture #830

Do you know these Chechnyan Tea Party members?

Nor do we know exactly what caused the explosion at the West Texas fertilizer plant.

So I’m moving on to discuss the only crime that we know enough about to discuss in detail: the letter sender who mailed ricin laced documents to Big Guy and Senator Wicker.

It turns out he forgot to stamp them “Return to Sender”

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Don’t act stupidly; round up the usual suspects.

We have no idea who the Boston Bomber is. So before anybody goes off and starts acting stupidly on their own, let me reiterate that the Saudi student who just came to America for a better life is neither a suspect or even a person of interest at this time. And according to his fellow Saudi student roommate, Mohammed Hassan Bada, “he’s sweet and kind and a good person.” Just like American Taliban fighter, John Walker Lindh.

walker-lindh“He’s a really good boy”

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

The Extremists Amongst Us: Evolving

Thoughts and prayers this morning for yesterday’s bombing victims and their families.

I know there has been talk about the Marathon Bomber being a disgruntled Tea Partier (well okay, it was just Tingles and CNN dufus, Peter Bergen, who came right out and said it, butt you know others were hoping thinking it too.)


From what I hear via Little Mo that is very unlikely. Here’s part of the report he filed late last night:

Monday, April 15, 2013

I don’t always pay my fair share…

I did tell you, didn’t I, that the Spring Garden Tours were given a stay of execution?

Tours of the White House itself remained canceled because the cuts have left Secret Service short on manpower to staff them. But there will be enough agents to staff the garden tours, the official said.

garden tours of white house 2013Beautiful spring day, and the lines were long

Yes, despite being sequestered in round one of the Big White’s Sequester Gesture along with the Big White tours for little children, we reinstated the garden tours when somebody pointed out that we didn’t really need extra Secret Service personnel for the self-guided tours.

Especially since nobody was home.

Big Guy was busy playing golf,

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Polarizing ‘R Us

I thought there must be something wrong with my news feed: “Obama’s ratings have been consistently among the most polarized for a president in the last 60 years.”

obama the fog of governing

And there was - it was actually an old feed, from way last year. Here’s the latest take on the polarization problem: it’s all Maggie’s fault.