Thursday, June 29, 2006

Uhh...What Was the Question?

Yesterday on Michael Medved's radio show, J.D. Hayworth was the substitute host while Michael was on vacation.

Mr. Hayworth asked a simple question: what could the Democrat Party do to become a strong, legitimate party again, instead of the left-wing, conspiracy-theory party that stands for nothing more than "we hate Bush!"? He then opened up the phone lines for Democrats to call in and answer the question.

For an entire hour, caller after caller did what Democrats do: they attacked Bush and Conservatives in general, and spoke about what was "wrong" with Republicans.

Not one of them came close to answering the question. The fascinating part is that I got the distinct impression that they thought they were answering the question!

Today on Mr. Medved's show, Michael had on a guy named Bob Kunst, who runs a website devoted to (what else?) Hillary running for President.

During the conversation, Mr. Kunst, almost in passing, alluded to the "fact" that President Bush was responsible for the deaths of 2 million Americans because he didn't "fix" the health care system in this country.

Michael stopped the nutjob and asked him, "What orifice did you pull that number out of?"

Mr. Kunst said something to the effect of, "Well that's the figure that's out there."

Michael asked him, again, where he had gotten that number.

Mr. Kunst said that "100,000 people a year die" because George Bush didn't lie down and implement "Hillarycare".

Michael asked him where he got that number, whereupon the subject was, as usual, changed until they had to go to a commercial break.

As with the callers the day before, I didn't get the feeling that Mr. Kunst was avoiding the question. I think that he thought that he was answering it! He was confused. He didn't understand the question.

It's like someone asking you "what color is blue?" To him the "fact" that Bush's policies "killed" 2,000,000 people was self-evident. That is what the number is. Blue is blue and Bush killed 2 million people. Duh!

In other words, it's the number that has been repeated to him a thousand times by his fellows on the anti-Bush Left and, therefore, it is as true as any law of nature.

It's just more evidence of their groupthink. More evidence of their hive mentality. More evidence that they have completely lost the ability to debate, because they've lost the ability to think independently. More evidence that, though some of them may be intelligent, none of them have used that intelligence to learn how to think.

In their world, independent thinking is frowned upon. It's not just that if one thinks independently he may commit an embarrasing faux pas, but it's actually dangerous in their world (witness Larry Summers of Harvard).

A person could be banished from the collective. And they can think of nothing worse.

Is That All?

After 3 years of the Left screaming about us finding "no weapons of mass destruction", the story of us having found 500 shells filled with mustard gas and Sarin was apparently only worth about half-a-day in the MSM. I heard many of the usual Lefty suspects say things to the effect of, "500 shells does not a stockpile make".

When Saddam Hussein gassed the Kurds in the town of Halabja in March 1988, he used 3 shells, which killed 5,000 people. Yes, that's right: 3 shells. 5,000 people.

Anyone want to do the math for these Lefties and tell them how many people 500 of these shells could kill?

Here's a hint: (500/3) * 5000 = ?

Class? Anyone?

Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Pop Quiz

Define and/or use the following verbs in a sentence:

  • Pelosi
  • Kennedy
  • Slick WIliie
  • Hillary
  • Daschle
  • Reed
  • Kos (Daily)
  • Example:

    "The plastic surgeon Pelosied my wife’s face so badly she hasn’t blinked in 6 months."

    Your turn. My answers tomorrow.

    - The olympic swimmer won a gold medal in the 100 meter Kennedy.

    - Monica should have taken her dress to the cleaner's after she got some Slick Willie on it.

    - He made a lot of enemies as he Hillaried his way up the corporate ladder.

    - Sure he talks softly, but watch your back because he'll Daschle you in a second.

    - The Left Reed's President Bush every time they compare him to Hitler.

    - As the lion crept closer, the chimps started jumping around and Kossing at the top of their lungs.

    Champion of Civil Rights?

    And the Left says that President Bush is "tearing up the Constitution"...

    "If the personal freedoms guaranteed by the constitution inhibit the government's ability to govern the people, we should look to limit those guarantees."
    - Bill Clinton - speech, August 12, 1993:

    "We can't be so fixated on our desire to preserve the rights of ordinary Americans."
    - Bill Clinton - USA Today, March 11, 1993:

    Monday, June 26, 2006

    Here We Go Again

    Instead of jumping right back into this, methinks I'll just repost a couple of my first posts. I've been away for awhile so maybe we should all revisit my theory on Liberalism. Most of you will have read this, but some may not have.

    Hopefully Blogger won't eat them. Again.

    Liberalism explained

    I've been putting this post off long enough. It's long and I could go on forever because the examples are so numerous, but it explains every liberal position perfectly.

    Liberals are really very easy to figure out. Go hang out in any elementary school for a while and you'll see the exact same behavior. Liberals are nothing more than people whose emotional state hasn't progressed beyond childhood. You'll see that theme pointed out over and over again throughout this blog. It is, in fact, one of the main themes of this blog.

    A few examples.

    What do liberals hate more than anything? Why, unfairness, of course. To them everything must be fair. The rich have too much money and the poor don't have enough. Everyone should have the same amount of everything no matter how hard they've worked. Oddly enough, my five-year-old daughter has the same viewpoint. So do Communists. Apparently my daughter is a Communist. I suppose all children are Communists if you think about it.I've heard a lot of conservatives mistake liberals' attitudes for communism. Liberals aren't communists except in the sense that the equal distribution of wealth seems like a good idea to someone who is, emotionally, six years old. What six-year-old doesn't want other kids' candy/taxes shared with him? In fact, the theory of communism is itself rooted in the mindset of a six-year-old. Karl Marx was, obviously, emotionally stunted.

    If only that poor person had as much money as that mechanic, life would be good. It doesn't matter that the bum chose to spend his life doing nothing while the mechanic learned a trade. It doesn't matter if that welfare mom chose to have four kids and spend her life sitting on the couch watching 'Jerry Springer' while the carpenter got up at 5:00 A.M. every morning and went to work. They should still have the same amount of everything.

    Speaking of "unfairness", I've heard more than a few liberals criticize America because our big, strong army went into poor, little Iraq and beat the hell out of their army.

    These same people incessantly mouth the words, "We support the troops", but they'd apparently rather have the enemy's army be the same strength as ours so that we'd lose just as many troops as they do. Apparently what they mean is that they support the enemy's troops.

    Obviously nobody ever told these people that life isn't fair. Some people just naturally have more brains, talent and/or ambition than others.

    That's the one big reason that Communism has failed and always will fail. The more intelligent and ambitious will always try to get ahead of others. Always. It's hard-wired into us over thousands of years of evolution.

    For people who are so convinced of Evolution's truth, they sure don't seem to put much stock in it.

    Of course, they don't see the hypocrisy, because that's another trait of both libs and children. As one local radio show here says, liberals can't link. They can't see connections between actions.

    Then again, they don't much care whether evolution is the truth or not, as long as they can use it to put down religion.

    Of course they hate religion. It speaks about "right" and "wrong". Just like my daughter, these people can't stand being told that they're wrong. Which is the same reason they hate people who are "judgmental".

    And, of course, once again they can't see the link between calling Conservatives "evil", "mean-spirited", "warmongers", "greedy", etc. and being judgmental. That is their judgment of me, but they really can't see it.

    Just calling someone "judgmental" is a judgment!

    Another manifestation of liberals' inability to see connections, is there inability to foresee consequences.

    Just as a child doesn’t think about the consequences of throwing a rock through a window, the liberals don’t think about the consequences of their actions. They think things out to the point where they feel good, and then they stop. They never think beyond that.

    Take welfare, for example. Giving poor people other people’s money made the liberals feel good. (STOP THINKING HERE IF YOU’RE A LIBERAL). They never thought about what would happen if you paid people not to work.

    40 years and 3 TRILLION dollars later and the poverty rate is exactly the same as it used to be. The only difference is that now our crime rate and illegitimacy rate has skyrocketed!

    This was Democrat Lyndon B. Johnson’s “War on Poverty”. To paraphrase Ann Coulter, his war in Vietnam went a lot better.

    Another example? OK.

    Just today, a couple of days after President Bush's 2nd inauguration, the evil, right-wing-extremist radio program that I was listening to played a tape recording of a bunch of protestors.

    It occurred to me that these protestors' chants sounded an awful lot like the nursery rhymes my daughter likes to chant."

    Hey, hey, ho, ho, (your cause here) has got to go" really isn't that different than "Ring around the Rosie, pocketful of posies".

    "Like father, like son, one term and Bush is done" (Heh).

    "Peter, Peter pumpkin eater, had a wife and couldn't keep her".

    They're short, they're easy to memorize, they rhyme, they're kind of fun to say, they don't take a whole lot of get the picture. If you listen to just the cadence and not the words, you can't tell the difference.

    (An interesting sidenote: have you ever thought about what "Ring around the Rosie" was about? It's actually about the bubonic plague. "Ring around the rosie" was actually describing the ring that formed around the sores when one caught the plague. People used to hold flowers (posies) to their nose in the belief that it would ward off the plague. "Ashes, ashes, all fall down!" kind of speaks for itself. Just as you've probably never thought about that, liberals don't really think about what they're chanting.)

    This whole "libs as kids" theory was just kind of a vague notion and almost a joke between my friends and I until the last couple of school shootings. What did they blame them on? Every child's nemesis: bullies!

    That's when all of the pieces came together.

    These "poor kids" killed a bunch of bullies in their schools. They deserved our sympathy, not our reprimands.

    I don't think that it's a coincidence that, if you look at these liberals, you can see inside them the kids in school who were constantly picked on. They all look "off" somehow.

    An old boss of mine had a theory that they were actually aliens. "Just look at them!" he'd say. "It's obvious". But I think that what he was seeing was actually just the invisible target pasted on these people. These people were all of the misfits in your school and mine.

    A psychologist I once knew told me that a lot of people's emotional progression stops at a certain traumatic point in their lives. Maybe these bullies traumatized these kids to the point where, even as adults, they can't grow up.

    That would also explain why my daughter's public school sends home endless fliers on the subject of bullying. The people who are running the public school system are some of the biggest liberals in the country. I'd also bet that they were picked on when they were kids.

    It would also explain their whole culture of "victimhood".

    I'm sure that you'll see many, many more examples as I blather on in this blog.

    From now on, whenever you hear a liberal speak, think about what they're saying and try to link it to childhood behavior. Once you start seeing the pattern, you can see it in everything that they do. It's actually a lot of fun for those of us who actually think.

    Silly rabbit, libs are just kids!

    Well, that last post was so much fun, let's keep it going, huh? Like I said, the examples are endless and the more you figure them out the more convincing the whole theory becomes.

    What's the worst thing in the world that a little kid can call someone?

    "You big dummy!"

    What do Democrats and liberals call all Republicans? That's right: dummies.

    It used to be that they'd just call Republican Presidents stupid. Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, Bush I, Bush II. For some reason the American people were fooled again and again into voting for complete idiots.

    But in the last few years, and especially since the last election, the extreme lefties have taken over the Democrat party and now call anybody who voted for Bush a dummy. Now we're all a bunch of "knuckle-dragging, mouth-breathing, gap-toothed idiots" from Red States.

    It's really what they thought all along, but in years past they were at least smart enough to realize that the way to bring people to your side wasn't to call them idiots. Now the fanatics have taken over and, like the kids they are, they're throwing a tantrum because they keep losing, not realizing or caring what the consequences of that tantrum will be. Again, liberals can't link and can't look ahead to see those consequences, just as a little kid can't.

    And, as kids, they don't believe what their eyes tell them. They have to look around them and see people who voted for Bush all over the place. I really doubt that these Bush people even faintly resemble idiots. But, just as kids can be convinced that Santa Claus exists despite all of the evidence to the contrary, so too can liberals believe that all Republicans are stupid. It doesn't matter what they see every say. Their leaders (read "mommy") tell them that it's so, and they couldn't possibly be wrong!

    I'd be willing to bet large sums of money that if you took 50 Democrats and 50 Republicans at random and tested their IQ's, the Republicans would win, hands down. Why do I believe that? Because that's what my experience tells me. Not what Rush Limbaugh tells me.

    Alright, let's talk "environmentalists".

    Awhile back I had to cut down a tree in my back yard because it was dying and killing other trees around it. When it came down, my daughter cried her little eyes out. I explained to her why it had to go, but she really didn't understand.

    Shortly thereafter I was watching the local news and saw a story about a bunch of protestors who had been trying to save some trees that were in the way of rerouting a highway. Their court appeals had run out and the Sheriffs had to literally drag them away from those trees.

    The footage on the news showed these people crying their little eyes out as the trees came down. No different than my daughter, who was 4 at the time.

    Next: little kids will tell you the most outrageous lies right to your face and expect you to believe it. Al Gore, Bill Clinton, John Kerry, anybody?

    A child will break something in the other room in a house with just the two of you in it and, when you go to find out what that 'crash' was, will deny that they did it.

    Al Gore: Internet, Love Canal, Love Story, Texas fires, etc.

    Bill Clinton: "I did not have sex with that woman, Monica Lewinsky", "I'll only raise taxes on the rich", "That depends on what the meaning of the word "is", is".

    Hillary Clinton: Claimed to be named after Sir Edmund Hillary, even though she was born years before anyone knew who he was. "Lost" Rose lawfirm billing records for months before they just happened to show up on the dining room table.

    John Kerry: Was in combat for four months (one of which would have been training) and received three purple hearts and a silver star, which would have made him the most decorated hero in American history.

    Teddy Kennedy: wasn't drunk and was just giving Mary Jo a ride home when he skidded off the bridge.

    The really sad thing is that so many people in this country actually believe them and defend them, which tells you where their heads are at.

    Liberals need someone to take care of them (i.e. the Government) just like a kid needs his parents. Mommy and daddy are supposed to take care of them and fix everything that they don't like, just like the Government is supposed to take care of everything and fix everything (usually through one person on the court) that liberals don't like.

    I'm sure that we'll get back to this subject. I'd love to hear any examples that you may have.

    Friday, June 23, 2006

    Case in Point

    I spent 2 hours tonight reposting a couple of my first posts to reaquaint everyone with my philosophy. In a normal world, it would have taken 20 seconds to copy and paste those words.

    I posted it. It showed up. You could actually go there and read my previous posts.

    They're gone now. Why? Who knows? I know more than enough about computers to know that it's not my fault.

    I'll keep posting here on Blogger, the welfare system of the blogging world, as long as I have to. But these people have pissed away hours of my life.

    I'll try again tomorrow.


    In the past 6 months that I've been away, I've forgotten how bad Blogger's supposed WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) interface sucks. It's more like "What You See Is What You Get If Nothing Goes Wrong, Which Is About 50/50" (WYSIWYGINGWWIA50/50).

    Add to that the fact that Blogger is run by Google, which is run by some extreme leftists, and I don't even feel right blogging for free with these people. Group gay sex? Run that ad! Smith & Wesson? No, that's icky.

    Only a bunch of Lefties could come up with such a horrible WYSIWYG interface and never try to improve upon it. They're the same people who came up with the welfare system.

    During my hiatus I found that having your own website is ridiculously cheap ($25/year). And if you know HTML, which even a Lefty could learn in a few hours, you, too, can have your own website, with your own e-mail adresses ( And there's software out there that could enable my grandma to write a website if you're too lazy to learn HTML.

    So look for this blog to move to it's own independent address in the next few months. Once I work out the details and come up with an incredibly cool design, I'm outta here.

    Anyone who cares to join me, let me know and I'll help you through it if needed. I get absolutely nothing out of this other than getting people to bail out of Blogger. Nothing but the satisfaction of removing people from these Leftist people's clutches.

    Start here:

    Sunday, June 18, 2006

    That's That, Then

    It's been exactly 3 months since my last post. Doesn't seem nearly that long.

    To anyone who cares or still stops in, the whole thing with my ex-wife is done for. It took awhile, but I eventually remembered why I divorced her in the first place: it wasn't her drinking problem; that was only a symptom. I seem to have forgotten that she is, quite literallly, insane. Look up "borderline personality disorder" if you care. It's never good when the psychological establishment has an actual name for your ex's problem.

    Will I start blogging again? I don't know, and I can't imagine that too many people actually care anymore. I've been away for a long time and, to quote a smelly hippy, "what a long, strange trip it's been".

    My life has changed significantly and, while I still think that politics and exposing the liberals is very important, I just can't figure out where I'd find the time now. Life has become extremely busy, but that's a good thing.

    Maybe I'll try to post once or twice a week and see how that works. After all of this time I'll probably be speaking to myself, but that's how I started in the first place, isn't it?

    Hope all of my old friends are well, and I hope all of my old trolls have finally worked themselves into the brain aneurisms that they were working towards.