September 28, 2012

Larry the Flagman.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 4:25 pm

You absolutely have to watch the video about this amazing man. The video is only two and a half minutes long, and it’s well worth your time.

Thanks to Rich for the link.

September 26, 2012

Ramsey Clark — P.O.S.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 5:28 pm

I see that former United States Attorney Ramsey Clark attended a meeting in New York with the rat bastard Mahmoud Ahmaninejad and, among others, the racist lunatic Louis Farrakhan. Jesus H. Christ!

Many years ago, I was using the men’s room in the federal courthouse in Philadelphia and noticed that the guy peeing in the next urinal was Ramsey Clark. Now, more than ever, I wish I would have pissed on his shoes.

September 25, 2012

I Love it When …

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 6:03 pm

… an asshole gets his comeuppance, particularly when it comes from an unlikely source.

Read the short intro and watch the thirty-second video. I enjoyed it so much, I watched it several times.

Thanks to Linda for the link.

September 23, 2012

The Poorest City in the United States.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 6:29 pm

Sad to say, but it’s in New Jersey.

Camden, the county seat of Camden County (a democrat party stronghold), has a rich history of political corruption and is crime-ridden. Yet, in the face of large public sector liabilities and shrinking revenues, the city is laying off its entire police department to be replace by a county-run force.

I was in there about twenty years ago (one avoids Camden, if at all possible), and back then it already looked like WWII Dresden. I assume it has gotten worse.

September 20, 2012

Do You Know Who Irena Sendler Is?

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 5:16 pm

You don’t?

You should. Everyone should.

More details at Snopes.

See the You Tube Summary.

See also, The Irena Sendler Project.

September 17, 2012

This Sure is a Fundamental Transformation.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 9:02 pm

I’m sure you’ve seen the photo of the filmmaker of the You Tube video which, according to The One’s administration, caused Muslims all over the world (on September 11th) to go on a rampage, resulting in burned embassies and dead Americans. You really can’t see his face, because it is obscured by a scarf or a towel as he was being hustled into a police car for a “voluntary” appearance at police headquarters at some time around 1 a.m. When he arrived at police headquarters, he was questioned by federal law enforcement agents.

His crime? He committed no crime. Rather, he made a cheesy movie, which by any definition, constitutes protected speech under the First Amendment. Police dragging him to headquarters in the middle of the night following “demands” by Muslim leaders that he be arrested for “insulting the Prophet Mohammad” is something I never thought I would see in the United States. (If you believe this midnight frogmarch by police had anything to do with a probation matter, you’re beyond help.)

If the government can take this kind of disgraceful and unconstitutional action against this man, it can, sure as hell, take the same kind of action against you or me for exercising our right of free speech protected by the First Amendment. I don’t care whether you’re a liberal, a conservative, democrat or republican: that ought to scare the hell out of you.

This must stop. November is our last chance.

September 14, 2012

Positively Sickening.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 10:14 pm

I have tried to gather my thoughts on the developments over the last few days, which were marked by attacks on U.S. embassies by seventh century savages, resulting in the deaths of four Americans, including the United States Ambassador to Libya.

Some damned fool in the administration thought that by making a preemptive apology for some filmmaker hurting the religious feelings of Muslims would keep the animals at bay. I was shocked when I read the apology, and obviously so was Mitt Romney, and he said so. The media instantly forgot about the attacks on the embassies and the dead Americans, and instead focused all their attention and venom on Mitt Romney.

Did he “jump the gun?”

“How dare he politicize this!”

“Did he shoot before he aimed?” (The One’s brilliant contribution to the narrative)

Perhaps the clincher was Chris Matthews, the spittle spewing douchebag, screeching that the death of the Libyan Ambassador has been “overshadowed by the desperate reach” by Romney. Overshadowed? Pathetic.

William A. Jacobson, of Legal Insurrection, summed it up very well:

An American Ambassador and three American security guards were butchered, anti-American riots broke out across the Middle East, a U.S. Embassy both before and after being stormed issued apologies for the exercise of our constitutional rights, our Secretary of State practically prostrated herself, the President had a good night’s sleep through it all and then went to Vegas for a fundraiser, and Mitt Romney commented intelligently on the absurdity of it all.

So on whom did the media collectively and in unison lash out? Mitt Romney.

Meanwhile, other embassies in the Middle East are in flames, and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff was ordered by The One to have a word with the guy who was involved with making the film that we are to believe is the cause of all the death and destruction. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff? Seriously?

Not surprisingly, the lunatics in the Middle East are calling for the prosecution of the filmmaker, but the lunacy doesn’t stop at water’s edge. A University of Pennsylvania “professor” called for the arrest of the filmmaker. A professor at an Ivy League University? Stunning! Oh, and not to be outdone, Mike Barnicle, the serial plagiarist, and Boston blowhard got into the act by stating that the United States Justice Department ought to get on with indicting the folks involved with the film. Maybe Barnicle feels that since the First Amendment doesn’t protect plagiarism, it ought not apply in this instance.

Now, we are treated to Jay Carney’s telling us that the attack of the U.S. Embassy Cairo and on the same day (which just happens to be 9/11) the attack by the 400 cruds who showed up in at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi with rifles and mortars were “not directed at the United States.” Rather they were just protestors angry about the film that no one has seen. Carney and his bosses live in an alternate universe.

Probably what gets me the most is the thought that there are people who are going to vote for four more years of this crap.

I need a drink.

September 11, 2012

I’ll Never Forget.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 10:21 pm

And, I’ll never forgive. I will remain angry.

September 9, 2012

Blackboid, Bye Bye.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 9:51 pm

I’ll bet that most of you know the song, “Bye Bye Blackbird.” Legions of people have recorded it, including Joe Cocker and Paul McCartney. Here are the lyrics everyone seems to know:

Pack up all my care and woe,
Here I go,
Singing low,
Bye bye blackbird,
Where somebody waits for me,
Sugar’s sweet, so is she,
Bye bye

No one here can love or understand me,
Oh, what hard luck stories they all hand me,
Make my bed and light the light,
I’ll be home late tonight,
Blackbird bye bye.

I’ve sung it countless times, but I had never really thought about the lyrics until the other night (no idea what brought it on). “Blackbird?” What’s that about?

I found on You Tube the original recording, which was done in 1926, and I learned why the song, as we commonly know it, doesn’t make much sense. The reason is that what we know as the song is really only the chorus. There are two verses, which clear things up a bit. There’s even a bluebird involved.

Have a listen:

My curiosity was satisfied simply by hearing the chorus sandwiched between the two verses, but I see that other folks have analyzed the lyrics and have opined that the song is about a prostitute who is leaving the trade and going home to mom. Damned if I know. I’ll think about that another time.

It’s a great song.

September 7, 2012

Deep Thoughts at the Democrat National Convention.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 3:55 pm

Behold the views of Obama’s acolytes on the subject of corporate profits.

Words fail.

November may well be our last chance.

via iOTW

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