Friday, April 24, 2009

Oral Recital of Candidate Obama's Resume

Y'all ready for some muttering?

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Our Friendly Reporter Strikes a Gentle Tone For Concerned Citizens

A portrait of brave, conscientious protestors.

One Reporter, Two Presidents.


Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Your Daily Dose of Sycophancy


The King of all Polling

Rasmussen was the most accurate pollster in the 2008 national elections. I like him for a number of reasons, one of which is his accuracy. But to paraphrase Tony Robbins, it's sometimes more about the questions than the answers. For instance a poll that asks if we are doing enough or not enough to combat global warming does not leave room for the answer that we think the whole subject is bunk. Are we on the right track or the wrong track? Have we gained ground or lost ground?

People actually get paid to ask really stupid questions to honest people. Rasmussen is a cut above the dunce cap brigade. He has isolated a group of elitists that he has labled "the political class." These are people who believe in government by experts. They would be considered a top down model of management. They believe that citizens are not particularly bright and need the constant, gentle guidance of enlightened entities. What Plato might have called philosopher bureaucrats. Rasmussen monitors this political demographic.

Here's Rasmussen:

The questions used to calculate the Index are:

-- Generally speaking, when it comes to important national issues, whose judgment do you trust more - the American people or America’s political leaders?

-- Some people believe that the federal government has become a special interest group that looks out primarily for its own interests. Has the federal government become a special interest group?

-- Do government and big business often work together in ways that hurt consumers and investors?

In addition to monitoring overlooked demographics, Rasmussen monitors topics like people's belief in man made global warming. Oh, and while we are on the subject, check out the pampered president's approval ratings. They have consistently dropped a point per week since his inauguration.

Whenever I run short of time I hope to at least post something about Obama and media bias.

Lazy man blogging: The media bias for Obama is a well that might never run dry. I selected this vid because not too many people have viewed it and because it's the Hillary people leveling the charges, not the vast right wing conspiracy.

Monday, April 20, 2009

Oh and Reason # 11

Reason # 11 to Fear Obama and his Followers


It is funny but sad that a generation who considers itself so amazingly media savvy could fall for such cheap deception.

First, a video that offers no commentary.

Then we get Chris Matthews providing The Rock Star Explanation.

Medved is a bit more skeptical.

I hate to agree with slimey Mike Medved but Obama is as phony as a three dollar bill. A few quick points:

1. The fainting seemed to cease once it was exposed on Youtube.

2. The fainting always seemed to occur close to Obama.

3. By the way, are men capable of fainting?

4. As Medved points out, fainting could be the result of a heart attack (to say nothing of stroke, seizure or diabetic coma to name but a few causes.)
And yet, Obama could offer reassuring prognoses. Of course she's going to be OK, so's the lady who got sawed in half! I saw her after the show and she didn't have a mark on her!

Open questions for Obama voters:

1. If you fell for this silliness, aren't you a little bit ashamed? Don't feel too bad. Bernie Madoff conned smart people. Obama is good at what he does.

2. If you did not fall for Obama's carnival antics, don't you want to distance yourself from the useful idiots who bought it hook, line and sinker?

3. Don't you lose respect for someone who is so devious, even if he is good at what he does?

4. If you believe there was no chicanery, do you think you might have a Kool Aid problem?

The Top 10 Reasons...

Why Barack Obama Scares Me More than Anyone who Ever Lived!

Disclaimer: I do not hate President Obama. As with Bush II and WJ Clinton, I want to like him. But as with his predecessors, he makes it challenging. Much more challenging. I DO NOT DISLIKE OBAMA but I do fear him and his zombie followers.

10 Quick Reasons to fear Obama:

1.The weird, bizarre, mind-numbing, cultish aspect of all things Obama.
The Obama followers are not stupid but they are cultish in a creepy Jonestown kind of way.

2.The gross preferential treatment given to Obama by the media fat cats.
We have witnessed the death of journalism as it was long defined and long practiced.

3.As a corollary to #2, the insidious elitism of the Obamatists. [I differentiate between the clever leaders, the Obamatists and the not so clever followers, the Obatamicized.]

4.The triumph of style over substance.
Some of these reasons overlap. This is inseperable from #1, #2, and #3 but it deserves special mention nonetheless.

5. The skillful and sinister application of the race/not race/race/not race/race/not race/race/not race card.

6.The deliberate stupification of America by the news media.

7.The deliberate stupification of America by public education.

8.The deliberate stupification of America by academia.

9.The triumph of forces who dislike the premise of a distinctive American culture.

10.The triumph of forces who hold Western Europe as the template that America must replicate.

I am Back...I think.

OK, so I started another blog, took a five month vacay and then returned. Not the first time I did that sort of thing. And I will share with you the story of time constraints that kept me bogged down for so long. Maybe.

But there is so much to say and so little time to say it. Obama is approaching 100 days in office and he has not grown more credible since the election. Nor have the media. Kool Aid is still Kool Aid and it's flowing freely. Change we can believe in.

And so my loving audience, fret not. I have returned. Let the blogging begin anew!