Monthly Archives: November 2015

A study in contrasts


Contrast this with 0bama’s fecklessness yesterday:

Putin: ‘To Forgive The Terrorists Is Up To God, But To Send Them To Him Is Up To Me’

I know that Putin isn’t exactly a “good guy,” but my word do I love these quotes from him. They’re both awesome and hysterical. He’s a world leader who is really a movie character. “To forgive the terrorists is up to god, to send them to him is up to me.” Who talks like that? PUTIN DOES!

“Don’t steal…the government hates competition”

That bumper-sticker phrase is normally associated with taxes, but it turns out that it applies equally well to the legalized theft known as “civil asset forfeiture:”

Police Civil Asset Forfeitures Exceed The Value Of All Burglaries In 2014

Between 1989 and 2010, U.S. attorneys seized an estimated $12.6 billion in asset forfeiture cases. The growth rate during that time averaged +19.4% annually. By 2014, that number had ballooned to roughly $4.5 billion for the year. Now, according to the FBI, the total amount of goods stolen by criminals in 2014 burglary offenses suffered an estimated $3.9 billion in property losses. This means that the police are now taking more assets than the criminals.

How typical

One of the signs of a narcissist is a lack of concern for other people’s time:

Obama arrives late for ‘moment of silence’ for Paris attacks

President Obama walked in late Sunday on a moment of silence being held by world leaders in Turkey to honor the victims of Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris.

Reporters traveling with the president said Mr. Obama had not yet arrived when other world leaders at the G-20 conference in Turkey began their silent observance around a large conference table.

Mr. Obama walked in after they had begun, and took his place next to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

“I am Jack’s complete lack of perspective”

Because “microaggressions” and “white privilege” are such massive problems, next to Mohammedans on the warpath.  Yeah, I’ve got your microaggressions right here!

Mizzou Activists Complain About Paris Stealing the Spotlight

Campus activists in America showed their true faces during an international tragedy last night: they are the selfish, spoiled children we always knew they were.

Black Lives Matter and Mizzou protesters responded to the murder of scores of people in Paris at the hands of Islamic extremists by complaining about losing the spotlight and saying their “struggles” were being “erased.” Their struggles, remember, consist of a poop swastika of unknown provenance and unsubstantiated claims of racially-charged remarks somewhere near Missouri’s campus.

So debased has the language on American campuses become that these incidents, which many observers believe to be hoaxes, just like previous campus scandals celebrated by progressive media, are being referred to as “terrorism” and a “tragedy” by moronic 20-year-olds who have never been told, “No.”

Click through for their greatest Twatter hits, which have been preserved should any of them try to memory-hole them.

We are through the looking glass

This is why you don’t elect a “community organizer” to do the President’s job:

France Manages a Feat Obama Never Could — Successfully Locating Raqqa on a Pilot’s Map

Twenty bombs dropped on the ISIS/Daesh capital city of Raqqa — the biggest airstrike on Syria in the war, which is hardly surprising, since up ’til now Obama’s been the quarterback.

Caption: Ten French fighter jets drop twenty bombs on Raqqa the stronghold [of ISIS]

Nice nighttime afterburner takeoff here. :-)


Bad timing?

If he’d waited a few more years, the influx of Somali “refugees” into Minnesota would probably have made this bit of verbal diarrhea a feature, not a bug:

Minnesota Democrat ends bid for state assembly seat after sympathetic Islamic State tweet

A [Democrat] candidate for the Minnesota House ended his campaign Sunday, hours after he tweeted that the Islamic State group “isn’t necessarily evil” and its members were doing what they thought was best for their community.

Dan Kimmel, 63, announced the end of his bid for office on his campaign website and Twitter account. He said Saturday evening’s tweet was in response to a statement made during a candidate debate, not in response to Friday’s violent attacks in Paris that left more than 120 people dead and more than 350 wounded.

He said his tweet was poorly worded and didn’t convey his intent.

Sure it was. :-P (Presumably) deleted tweet found backed up here:


(How appropriate, that Minnesota calls its Democrats “DFL.”)

“Social Justice” Whiners are effin’ unbelievable

How about a little perspective, you useless eaters? YGBSM:

UN-EFFING-BELIEVABLE! Mizzou protesters are ANGRY Paris terror attacks stole their MEDIA SPOTLIGHT!!!

It’s mostly a roundup of Twatter activity, cached elsewhere because the special snowflakes tried deleting it when they were caught. Their $50k/year indoctinationseducations didn’t clue them in that the Internet is forever.