Tuesday, June 30, 2009

You'd think it was Ron Popeil

For 3 days now the news has been saturated with reports on the death of huckster Billy Mays.

I recall when first I heard the news on the radio; "T.V. pitchman Billy Mays Dyes" , I thought 'big deal, that's not news! it's obvious to anyone that that's not his real hair color'.
Then I realized they spoke of his death.My attitude then switched to 'big deal, he's no Ron Popeil.'But enough already, I ,like the state-run media, have spent far too much time on this trivial "news" matter.

Monday, June 29, 2009


Michael Jackson Dead at 50

I bet Casper is shitting himself.

Update: The mother of Michael Jackson has been granted temporary guardianship of his three children by a court.
Wait a minute! What the hell are they thinking?
Weren't his parents always scapegoated for his deviant sins?
This can't be good for the children.

Castro & Clinton...

... and Hugo & Barrack?!

It seems all the top COMMIES have rallied in support around Zelaya, as Honduras attempts to defend its democracy.

Such reaction was to be expected from those Latin-American dirt bags, but it is nothing short of shameful when this support for a cruel dictator comes from the supposed leaders of the free world.

Hey Barry! what happened to "not meddling", as with Iran?

Obama and Clinton should be so very ashamed, and the complacent American masses need to WAKE THE FUCK UP!

In your face, BEE-ATCH!!!

High Court reverses Sotomayor in firefighter case

The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of white Connecticut firefighters in a 5-4 ruling that reverses an appeals court finding by Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor, the Associated Press report.

The high court found that the firefighters in New Haven, Conn., were unfairly denied promotions because of their race, reversing a decision that Sotomayor endorsed as an appeals court judge.

I told you she is racist!

...and ugly too.

btw, I must note that the decision handed down by those "esteemed black robes" was by an all too narrow 5 to 4 vote.It should have gone 9-0, if we lived in a just society.

we've won the battle, yet the war rages on.

Need I Say More?

via MF

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Obama Won't Help the Iranian protesters...

... But YOU can!

If you are on Twitter, set your location to Tehran and your time-zone to GMT +3.30.

Security forces are hunting for bloggers using location/timezone searches. The more people at this location, the more of a logjam it creates for forces trying to shut down Iranians' access to the internet.
Cut, paste & pass it on*

Saturday, June 20, 2009

No Man Is An Island

You must forgive my recent inactivity on the blog.I've been vacationing in lovely Bora Bora.It's an enchanting place, the perfect escape from the world of shit going on back in the states.I will deal with that upon my return.

But for now, its time to relax.

How did Al afford this? you might ask.
Don't bother.Questions like that can get one killed.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Cuntessa Brewer is a hypocritical douchebag!

pMSNBC's airhead slut is unarmed when she enters a battle of wits with John Ziegler.
During an interview on "Barack Obama's official network", Cuntessa (it's a typo--that's my story.) says that she sees no reason for Sarah Palin to feel insulted by David Letterman's futile attempts to satirize her (the bucktoothed jackass referred to her as a "slutty flight attendant", and said that her daughter was bestialized by A-Rod.).She is, however, so insulted by John Ziegler stating the obvious lack of class at her network, that she cuts off his mic and ends the discussion.
Ms. Brewer is one stupid bitch and was no match for Ziegler, who chewed her up and spat her out in the exchange.
It would seem that conservatives are fair game, but don't dare to do any less than worship a Lib.
It is sooo sickening how the state-run media continues to kiss the collective ass of this corrupt administration which has imprisoned the American populace!
For whatever it's worth, I agree with Sarah.Letterman is "pretty pathetic".Not so much for his comments about her, but just in general.Dave hasn't been funny in a long, long long time.

Friday, June 5, 2009

His words are useless, deceptive, misleading, misdirecting and devoid of content, and lack sincerity.

if those are even his words that he reads off tha teleprompter.
Barack Obama's 10 mistakes in Cairo:

(by Toby Harnden at Telegraph.co.uk--funny how the British press has the courage to report things that the U.S. state-run media won't)

1. "Given our interdependence, any world order that elevates one nation or group of people over another will inevitably fail." With this phrase, Obama dismissed the notion of American exceptionalism, the belief that the United States occupies a special place among nations. Obama clearly doesn't see the United States as a "Shining City upon a Hill" or its history, constitution or way of life giving it special qualities or responsibilities in the world. When asked in Strasbourg whether he reduced "American exceptionalism" - a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville - as mere patriotism. "I believe in American exceptionalism, just as I suspect that the Brits believe in British exceptionalism and the Greeks believe in Greek exceptionalism." By trying to reduce US status to that of just another nation, Obama diminishes the role of American leadership.

2. "I am a Christian, but my father came from a Kenyan family that includes generations of Muslims. As a boy, I spent several years in Indonesia and heard the call of the azaan at the break of dawn and the fall of dusk." While watering down America's status in the world, Obama has consistently sought to elevate his own status to that of a universal, healing symbol as if his very being, his inspiring life story, his Muslim background, his father from Kenya, his childhood spell in Indonesia will square the circle in the Middle East. If only it were as easy as that. This comes across as naive, even pandering.

3. "Around the world, the Jewish people were persecuted for centuries, and anti-Semitism in Europe culminated in an unprecedented Holocaust.... On the other hand..."

Yes, Obama spoke strongly and unequivocally about the six million Jews who were exterminated in the Holocaust. But he immediately appeared to equate this with the suffering of Palestinians who have "endured the pain of dislocation...endure the daily humiliations - large and small - that come with occupation...the situation for the Palestinian people is intolerable". This comes dangerously close to moral equivalence.

4. "The U.S. government has gone to court to protect the right of women and girls to wear the hijab, and to punish those who would deny it. I reject the view of some in the West that a woman who chooses to cover her hair is somehow less equal, but I do believe that a woman who is denied an education is denied equality." Probably the worst passage of all. By highlighting the most superficial aspect of women's rights is the Muslim world, Obama dramatically underplayed the oppression women face. It's not people in the West who believe women who cover their hair are less equal, it's countries in the Middle East that dictate that all women are less equal. From the Left, Peter Daou, who grew up in west Beirut, rails against the weakness of Obama's stance on human rights: "With women being stoned, raped, abused, battered, mutilated, and slaughtered on a daily basis across the globe, violence that is so often perpetrated in the name of religion, the most our president can speak about is protecting their right to wear the hijab?" From the Right, Stephen Hayes, points out: "In Saudi Arabia, women cannot drive. In Iran, they're stoned on suspicion of adultery. In Pakistan, politicians publicly defend 'honor killings' of young girls who have the audacity to choose their own husbands."

{Al's note: I wonder if that's why Michelle stayed away.}

5. "I am honoured to be in the timeless city of Cairo..." It's one thing to go to the heart of an autocracy in the Middle East and to deliver hard truths. It's quite another to describe President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt as a "force for stability" and then go to Cairo and soft pedal on human rights abuses there. Many Arabs battling for democracy and freedom in their own countries feel undermined by Obama's choice of venue. Spengler of Asia Times goes even further: "By addressing the 'Islamic world' from Cairo, Obama lends credibility to the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, and other advocates of political Islam who demand that Muslims be addressed globally and on religious terms."

6. "Unlike Afghanistan, Iraq was a war of choice that provoked strong differences in my country and around the world. Although I believe that the Iraqi people are ultimately better off without the tyranny of Saddam Hussein, I also believe that events in Iraq have reminded America of the need to use diplomacy and build international consensus to resolve our problems whenever possible." In its essence no neo-con from the Bush administration would disgree with this. But the "although" betrays that Obama is trying to have it both ways - he's glad that Saddam's gone but he's against the war that removed him. Yes, it was a choice. Sometimes hard choices have to be made. Yet Obama seems to think that he can just split the difference and please both sides.

7. "No single speech can eradicate years of mistrust, nor can I answer in the time that I have all the complex questions that brought us to this point." No single speech - but perhaps a series of speeches, Obama implied. He later said that "words alone cannot meet the needs of our people" but Obama's preference for words rather than actions is clear. For all its grand vision, this speech contained no concrete proposals.

8. "And finally, just as America can never tolerate violence by extremists, we must never alter our principles. 9/11 was an enormous trauma to our country. The fear and anger that it provoked was understandable, but in some cases, it led us to act contrary to our ideals. We are taking concrete actions to change course. I have unequivocally prohibited the use of torture by the United States, and I have ordered the prison at Guantanamo Bay closed by early next year."

The "just as" is troubling because it goes dangerously close to equating what happened on 9/11 with the alleged alteration of American principles afterwards. Like the "on the other hand", it's sloppy speechwriting. Obama was eager to use the t-word - torture (though not another t-word - terror). By constantly referring to torture - which, even if one concedes that it was used was done so used in very limited circumstances and ended several years ago during the Bush administration - Obama buys into the narrative that America is to blame. Obama conveniently ignores the fact that torture of a far more heinous nature than has ever taken place at Guantanamo Bay occurs almost routinely in countries across the Middle East - and the victims are often more dissidents rather than suspected terrorists. Once again, Obama highlights the closure of Guantanamo Bay - though he has yet to resolve where to transfer its inmates.

9. "I know there has been controversy about the promotion of democracy in recent years, and much of this controversy is connected to the war in Iraq. So let me be clear: no system of government can or should be imposed upon one nation by any other." Obama talked about democracy but he failed to speak about the democratic government of Iraq. Whatever one thinks of the US invasion in 2003, that is a tremendous achievement and one brought about at a massive cost in American and Iraqi lives. It's an achievement that needs to be supported and built on, not least to demonstrate to other Arab countries that democracy in the Middle East is possible. Yet Obama seemed to want to ignore Iraq because he opposed the invasion.

10. "For instance, in the United States, rules on charitable giving have made it harder for Muslims to fulfill their religious obligation. That is why I am committed to working with American Muslims to ensure that they can fulfill zakat."

After 9/11, the Bush administration - with the full bipartisan support of Congress - cracked down on terrorist financing via some groups that posed as Islamic charities. So what's Obama hinting at here? As David Frum puts it: "It is not at all hard for American Muslims to give to legitimate charities. What has been made difficult is giving to terror groups. Is the president suggesting he will relax those restrictions?"

Overall, 65 percent of those surveyed oppose shutting Gitmo, versus 32 percent who say it should be closed.

For Obama, the key numbers are the ones that break down opinion by political party. Ninety-one percent of Republicans oppose shutting Gitmo. Sixty-eight percent of independents oppose it, too. The only group that favors shutting down the prison is Democrats, and that is by a relatively narrow 53 percent to 42 percent margin.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Yeeeaaaahhhhh Boooooyyyyyyy

Yo, Yo, Yo!
Bama gets bling from Saudi king

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

I like my coffee like I like my women:

strong, rich, black, pleasant aroma, and nutty, with a little booze in 'em!

Now that I've got your attention, here are some thoughts on the first black president.

This clown had better shape up before he ruins it for all people of color.The way he keeps fucking up, whitey will never elect another black prez.Hell, we can't even get Powell in there anymore, now that he's shown his true self in support of Obama.And then there's Steele out there making an ass of hisself.
These three are creating the impression that no black man is qualified to govern-and that's not the case.
His presidency is quickly becoming a step backwards for racial equality.
I'm all for some color in the whitehouse, but the American people never should have rushed this bum in.A qualified black candidate IS out there.Let's hope he (or she) surfaces soon.
Don't vote black-for black's sake.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

President Obama wings into Manhattan's theatre district on Air Force One to take in a Broadway show, as GM is preparing to file bankruptcy

Obama sets a wonderful example with his digusting waste of tax payers money.
While lecturing the American citizenry about sacrifice, Obama takes Michelle out for a costly night on the town.
The romantic jaunt is estimated to have cost the taxpayer more than $74,000 in transport and security costs (not to mention the carbon footprint).
The President used three planes, one to carry the couple and two to ferry aides and reporters all the way from Washington.The bill was pushed even higher with the use of two helicopters, one to take the Obamas to catch their plane in Washington and another to zip the party into Manhattan from JFK airport.
Lincoln wouldn't have spent so much.

With all that money spent, I hope she blew him.

Monday, June 1, 2009

Everything You Need To Know About Sonia Sotomayor

"The Great One" (no Adam, not Gretzky--or Gleason) outlines why you should oppose this Hispanic woman:

Obama Supreme Court Candidate Sonia Sotomayor—Part 1

NY Times
“I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness of her experiences would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a white male who hasn’t lived that life.

Judge Sonia Sotomayor: Court is Where Policy is Made

The News Republic
The Case Against Sotomayor

Law Professors Opposing Supreme Court Nominations

Ignoring Miguel Estrada, Liberal Nightmare

Flashback: Nets Were Quick to Tag Alito and Roberts as 'Ultra' and 'Hardline' 'Conservatives'

W.H. to Sotomayor critics: Be 'careful'

Axelrod: Obama Wants Sotomayor To "Adapt" Laws To A "Modern Context"

Vicious Attack on Sotomayor's 'Lack of Intellectual Depth'

Commentary: Sotomayor pick not based on merit

Cardozo, Sotomayor, and "Hispanic"

Is Sotomayor the Court's First Hispanic?

Obama organization mobilizes supporters in Sotomayor fight

Obama calls criticism of Sotomayor ‘nonsense’

McCaskill fumbles the 'incredible life story' meme

"Chinese assets are very safe," Geithner said

His answer drew loud laughter from his student audience, reflecting skepticism in China about the wisdom of a developing country accumulating a vast stockpile of foreign reserves instead of spending the money to raise living standards at home.

"Geithner needs to show how the U.S. can prevent the value of China’s investment from being eroded by a weaker dollar or by the inflation that might be stoked by the stimulus money being pumped into the U.S. economy", according to Yu, a ChiCom financial expert. The ChiCom financial expert said, "It will be helpful if Geithner can show us some arithmetic.... We see where you're spending $12 trillion that you don't have. We're seeing that you're going to have to print that, or that you're going to have to raise taxes on that. And either way you go, your population is going to have less disposable income, which means your population is going to have less buying power of the cheap stuff our country makes."

It looks like Little Timmy is in waaay over his head.

This Time, I'm Inclined To Agree

Ever since he received his party's nomination, we've been bombarded with the mainstream media describing everything associated with Obama as "historic".
The recent happening at GM truly is historic.

General Motors declares bankruptcy – the biggest manufacturing collapse in US history

Blame Bush all you want, golden boy.This fiasco happened on YOUR watch.

First a Socialist president....

.... Now, a racist Supreme Court Justice.

Change is in the air -- and it stinks!
What's next?!!