Saturday, September 19, 2015

An Inconvenient Truth; Obama is Not a Muslim. As Far As I Know.

“We have a problem in this country, it’s called Muslims. We know our current President is one.” - Trump fan and/or baiter

“The future must not belong to those who slander the Prophet of Islam”  - Barack Hussein Obama

Who, then, must the future belong to? Those who slander Christianity? I’m just asking.

Obama-Fake-Christian2Is this a Muslim ring?

Meanwhile, after claiming there were no documents “marked” classified in her email (deny) and weeks of strategic silence on the email scandal (delay) Hillary came out of cloister - to accuse The Donald (deflect) of being a politically incorrect hater:

“He knew or he should have known that what that man was asking was not only way out of bounds, it was untrue. And he should have, from the beginning, repudiated that kind of rhetoric, that level of hatefulness in a questioner in an audience that he was appearing before.”

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Picture of BHO, originally circulated by Team Clinton in 2008 campaign

So I would call on him and call on all of the candidates to stop this descent into the kind (of) hateful, mean-spirited, divisive rhetoric that we have seen too much of in the last months.”…

You tell them Hill! Give ‘em hell!

“I think it is prejudiced, I think it is discriminatory, and I think that it comes out of the unfortunate reservoir of hateful rhetoric that we have seen too much of where people are being set against one another, and that has no place in our politics.”

Yeah, well, whatever.

Anyway, I was just wondering how many times Barack Hussein Obama stopped the Reverend Wright’s “descent into the kind of hateful, mean-spirited, divisive rhetoric.” I mean, Barry did sit in his church “every Sunday” for 20 years, practicing his Christian faith, while the Rev spouted anti-Semitic, anti-white (Black Lives Matter?) anti-American rhetoric.  Surely he didn’t sleep through all of the Rev’s fiery sermons; so how many times did Barry Soetoro/Obama stop his hateful, mean-spirited, divisive rhetoric?

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As for me, and I think The Donald, “I take the President at his word. He is not a muslim, as far as I know.”

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Friday, September 18, 2015

The Art of the Deal: Don’t Negotiate For the Old Shoe

It’s pretty easy to understand The Donald’s appeal: even though he’s rough around the edges, usually has the funkiest hair in the room, and often leaves much to be desired on the charm front: he’s a WINNER. And before you-know-who, America loved winners and WINNING!

Ever since you-know-who we’ve become accustomed to being taken to the cleaners, looking like schmucks and being generally relegated to the has-been rag pile. In negotiation after negotiation Big Guy, and his SOS of the moment, have ended up with the short-end of the stick. Team Obama’s negotiations can be boiled down to a simple strategy that I call  “How about I give you my new Mercedes for your old shoe™?” Just in the last 2 months we’ve been slapped with two agreements (the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Iran Nuke Deal) in this category.

And then, of course, the Terrorists-for-Turncoat deal that you-know-who negotiated in order to have a Rose Garden photo op with a bearded, ponytailed-Muslim guy last summer:


Now even the Army is admitting what everybody else knew from the start: Bowe was a deserter all along. I’m shocked, shocked, I tell you.

And even if you’re not a fan of The Donald’s, does anyone think he couldn’t have done better than the record Team Obama has racked up on the international scene?

The President’s string of misjudgments on the Middle East—on the peace process, Erdogan, withdrawal from Iraq, Libya, ISIS as the “J.V. team”, and Syria—is one of the most striking examples of serial failure in the annals of American foreign policy.

Generally speaking, what the President seems worst at is estimating the direction in which events are flowing. He thought Erdogan was taking Turkey in one direction; Erdogan was going somewhere else. He thought there was a transition to democracy in Egypt; there never was a prospect of that. He has repeatedly been caught flatfooted by events in Syria. And Putin keeps running rings around him.

Understanding the intentions and estimating the capabilities of people who don’t share his worldview are not our President’s strong suits.

Again, you may not be a Donald fan, butt compare his talent and experience (considerable and extensive) to Team Obama’s (zero and none) and determine who better to negotiate with the people who wish Death to America. It’s pretty simple; do you want the Mercedes next to the shining city on a hill?


Or another old shoe?


I said, “old shoe” – if you heard “old shrew” that’s not my fault.

11-hillary-clinton-shoe-vidHillary ducks as woman throws an old shoe at her. Seriously.

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Thursday, September 17, 2015

The GOP Debate: Summarized in 7 emojis in 7 seconds

I was going to sum up last night’s debate for you, butt Andy Levy did it for me:

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When all was finally said, and done, the night’s Academy Award went to….Carly!

Best Director goes to whoever is doing her debate prep.

And Best Makeup and Hairstyling Award (yes, my little doubting Thomases, there is one) goes to one of her little people too.

GOP 2016 Debate

She looked very presidential, and I think a lot of people would vote for THAT face. And it didn’t hurt that she sounded presidential too, with an impressive grasp of foreign affairs. Plus she demonstrated an innate ability to go for the jugular, choosing to attack The Donald’s business acumen.  It takes hutzpah to attack a successful businessman when your last two CEO gigs ended on less than, shall we say, high notes. Anyway, definitely the Best Performance of the night.

A few other random thoughts, in no particular order:

The CNN crew completely lost control of their own debate. The advertising department took over the length of the debate (oversold commercial time, so CNN extended the debate for an extra hour) and the cats took over the rest of the debate about 5 minutes in; and refused to give it back.

The few people who tried to stick to the rules and wait their turn lost. Still, I give the Best Short Film award to Ted Cruz, hands down.

Ben Carson stole the Low Energizer Bunny Award away from Jeb Bush.

Despite a strong over-all performance Marco Rubio failed his audition for Best Leading Actor with his poor explanation for his poor voting record in the Senate: he said that nothing ever gets done in the Do-Nothing Congress anyway. Maybe that’s because nobody ever shows up?

Best Documentary Short Feature: Chris Christy (Small town boy, turned U.S. government attorney, lives through the horror of 9/11 and somehow gets elected R-Governor of a D-State; now running for President.)

Best Foreign Language Film: Jeb Bush

And when the CNN crew tried to take control back they asked…a question about vaccines?  Boy, that’s a burning issue these days. And what woman would you put on the $10 bill? Seriously? They do know that Muslims would not approve of that, right?  And the candidates answers included Margaret Thatcher and Mother Theresa? They did hear the part about it being a U.S. $10 bill, right?

The Extras Award of Excellence: everyone else, too many to mention.

I think The Donald best summed up my reaction to the debate last night:

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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

The Eternal Sunshine of the Compartmentalized Mind

Hillary Clinton, Commander in Chief of the loyal opposition in the War on Women has a message for the troops:

“I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault.”

“Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have a right to be heard. You have a right to be believed. We’re with you.”

bill-clinton-Oh yeah, baby!

Wow! In an act of hubris worthy of Bubba himself, Hilz bravely stood up for all victims of sexual assault. Employing the famous Clinton power of compartmentalization (aka “psychic fragmentation”) she ignored all of the following women whose voices were silenced; those who she and Bill decided didn’t have a right to be believed:

Kathleen Willey expressed her feelings on the subject:

“She’s a money-hungry hypocritical witch who will do anything for money.”


“She’s a lying pig. I CANNOT believe that she had the gall to make that commercial. How dare she? I hope she rots in hell.”

Team-Clinton’s Cajun Attack Machine immediately weighed in:

Carville“Drag a hundred-dollar bill through a trailer park, you never know what you'll find.”

To which Dana Loesch responded:

no cigar

How dare she, you ask? It’s easy when you’re compartmentalized, just like her husband before her; just like her last boss:

obama-clinton-dnc-300x187The Eternal Sunshine of the Compartmentalized Mind

In a word, Bill Clinton is the national embodiment of a neurotic symptom that has showed up as the self-description of overreachers everywhere: compartmentalization. And, boy, can he compartmentalize. Never before has American public life been witness to a man who can open and shut the many doors of his mind and soul with such chilling self-assurance. The country has watched with wonder and nausea as Bill Clinton has diffracted himself into several Bill Clintons-the adulterer, the good father, the loyal husband, the lousy husband, the liar, the truth-teller, the empath, the charmer, the politico, the policy wonk, the man who loved Yitzhak Rabin, the man who strokes Yasir Arafat, the peacemaker, the missile launcher, the liberal, the social conservative, the moral arbiter, the seducer.

Is he polymorphous? Is he perverse? He is the man about whom Toni Morrison wrote, “He’s our first black President.” And yet he’s not a black man. He’s just trained, as his generation was, to be all things to all men, and women. And not too much of anything to anyone.

He’s compartmentalized.Observer, 1999

So there you have it: being all things to all men (a term we can no longer use in the enlightened world of 2015), they end up being not much of anything to anyone. That pretty much sums up the world of presidential politics these days.


Which, if you think about it, may explain The Donald’s popularity. He’s not everything, butt at least he’s something.

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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Now They’re Just Effing With Us, or, “I’ll Get You, My Pretty!”

The Iranians: now they’re just effing with us. We’re to believe that – 2 days after the Nuke deal was inked – they just happened to discover previous unidentified supplies of uranium - “unexpectedly?”

Iran has reportedly found an unexpectedly high reserve of uranium, following assessments that the country is running low on the nuclear raw material and just days after President Obama essentially secured an international nuclear deal with the country's leaders.

Brother! Just how gullible do they think we are?

“If you like your healthcare-plan, you can keep your plan.” (And if you can’t, it’s because you’re too stupid to know what’s good for you in the first place.)

“I cannot pass amnesty through executive action… I am not a dictator.” (Except, of course, when I am.)

“With Obamacare we will reduce your insurance premiums by $2,500, per family per year.” (Or maybe that was increase it by $2500; I was never that hot at math.)

“It was not my decision to pull all the troops from Iraq.” (Somebody else made that happen.)

“That would be a red line…” (And I never said I wasn’t okay with them crossing it…)

And my personal favorite:

“Not even a smidgen of corruption.” 


“Nixon lost 18 minutes. Obama's now lost two years of emails, and one thing that people don't remember, the second article of impeachment for Richard Nixon was the abuse of the IRS to pursue political enemies. This is a high crime; this is not a triviality.” – Charles Krauthammer

And don’t even get me started on the Trans Pacific “Partnership” lies; butt by then I guess the Republican held Congress was just too tired out from doing nothing all these years.

Anyway, with this latest bit of information regarding the Iran deal I’m beginning to suspect we have a traitor in our midst. No, not BHO; I’m thinking Jonathan Gruber.

I see his fingerprints all over this Iran-Nuke deal.

gruber and his parrot

“Lack of transparency is a huge political advantage. And basically call it the stupidity of the American voter, or whatever, but basically that was really, really critical in getting the thing to pass.”

And if that’s the case, I have a message to pass on to Jonathan from The Donald:

trump roars. “I’ll get you my pretty! And your little cockatoo too!”

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Monday, September 14, 2015

“Make America Great Again”… Miss America That Is…

It’s time to make Miss America Great Again!

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Last night was the 2016 Miss America contest (the only beauty pageant NOT owned by Donald Trump). It was filled with the usual displays of talent, runway strutting and stupid questions to which there can only be stupid answers. And this year’s contestants did not disappoint. Just like “sort of Marge” in the Essurance commercial, each Miss America wannabe maneuvered the loaded questions with confidence, smiley faces, mixed metaphors, dangling participles and non sequiturs.

Beauty queen shares her opinion on healthcare in the America of the U.S.

Topics covered every conceivable issue crucial to the future of America: : Planned Parenthood, gun control, Donald Trump's presidential campaign and…DeflateGate!?

First Miss Tennessee re. Planned Parenthood,

hanna robisonHannah Robison, Miss Tennessee

“I don’t think Planned Parenthood funding should be cut off. The $500 million that gets given to Planned Parenthood every single year goes to female…care. It goes for scanning for cancers, it goes for mammograms…and if we don’t give that funding to Planned Parenthood, those women will be out of healthcare for reproductive causes.”

Nicely done, you’ve been properly programmed. Miss South Carolina, Daja Dial, on the other hand failed her indoctrination test with her answer on gun control, saying she DIDN’T think military style assault weapons should be banned. Where on earth is she from? Oh right - South Carolina, where they still believe in the Second Amendment.

daja dal s carolinaDaja Dial, Miss South Carolina

Next, Miss Alabama is asked about The Donald’s meteoric popularity and responds that “the GOP should be terrified” of The Donald, who’s “just and entertainer” who is sucking all the oxygen away from more qualified candidates like Jeb and Chrissy. She wraps it by saying if she were a Republican (apparently she is not) she’d be absolutely terrified of Donald Trump.

meg-mcguffinMeg McGuffin, Miss Alabama

If I were Meg, I’d be terrified of The Donald too – has she seen how he hits back?

And finally, we come to Betty Cantrell, Miss Georgia, who makes an admirable attempt at not voicing an opinion on whether Tom Brady is a cheat or not butt ultimately falls into the trap and gives them the answer they were looking for: she’d have to feel his balls to decide.

Did he cheat? Um, that's a really good question! I'm not sure. I think I'd have to be there to see the ball, and feel it to make sure it was deflated or not deflated. But if there was question there, then yes, I think he cheated. If there were any question to be had, I think that he definitely cheated, and he should've been suspended for that. That's not fair.


Where upon she was swiftly pronounced the winner. I’m not saying it’s because of her answer – she is drop-dead gorgeous and can sing a mean aria; butt since we haven’t had a winner of color since 2013 (and even she wasn’t authentic, being of Indian descent) it was the black candidate’s turn to win. If only she hadn’t screwed up that loaded AK-47 question, the crown would have been hers. Because you know…black lies matter.

black lies matter

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Sunday, September 13, 2015

Why The Donald Is WINNING!

How to explain The Donald phenomenon?

Two words: TIGER BLOOD!


Seriously though, how does The Donald – despite his huge ego, funky hair and lack of elegant rhetoric – continue to pick up speed as he hurtles towards Iowa and the second R-word debate? Perhaps it’s not what he’s got to offer, butt rather what he doesn’t have on offer: to wit, he’s not a politician. At least not in any traditional sense. So nobody owes him an apology.

H/T Powerline


On the other hand, if the other R-word candidates want to stop the tiger, perhaps it would be best if they just all stop feeding him.

Please Don’t Feed the Tigercalvin stuffs a tiger+

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