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On “Too late for healing

Has anyone looked at the sky lately?
Did I go to the wrong place?
This reminds me of a not so wonderful dream: I went to schul expecting to see many friends there. Instead of Ashre and Alenu, everybody, including a few friends, were singing I aint Gonna Study War No More and God Damn Amerika. The Gabbai asked me to go up onto the pulpit, but when I got there, my beloved Rabbi was wearing a priest's collar and muttering about Israeli atrocities. I kept looking for our Torah, but there was no Ark, no Torah.

Did I come to the wrong place?

Narciso, I recognize you I think. I think you are the only one left and it's three against one because everyone else is like me I think. Everyone else doesn't recognize this new home of the multicultural nit pickers, moral relativists, and historical deconstructionists.

I keep hearing that the government has its eyes on the internet.

Could it be that Janet Neapolitanio has taken over this site?

The land of make believe?

Stalin.com (salon.com)?

Janet Reno?

On “Van Jones vs Hot Air

Famous quotes:

"I think everyone deserves the benefit of the doubt."

Adolph Hitler

On “All the little Tea Party Americans in the world

So you think the NAACP is making an honest claim/charge against the Tea Party. And you base this on some verbose rubbish about the supposed nature of these people and the issues they find important. You sound a lot like Andrew Sullivan and that is not a compliment.

Different folks see things differently, and you seem to have a lot of very basic differences with what drives most conservative thought, from Buckley to Reagan to Palin to Beck.

You want the Tea Party to apologize for some imaginary bigots among them. You want to give credence to what I see as a naked abuse of the issue of racism, my definition of the race card.

They play the race card for dupes, and your long winded arguments leave me with the impression that you are either an oblivious dupe or a very cynical wordsmith playing rhetorical games with our valuable time.

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The Tea Party has not been around long enough for anyone to make generalizations about it or its members.

On the other hand, Colin, it really surprises me that you cannot recognize the obvious demagoguery at work here on the part of those who wish to marginalize and discredit the vast majority of those people who quite innocently belive they are affirming the most virtuous principles they have when they participate in Tea Party events.

This is your blog, and, unfortunately, it has become a kind of soap box on which you dismiss Beck, Palin, and others who are part of a solution to the growing tyranny. You are loosing that magic feeling, my man.

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@ Ill Papa Fuster:
We are well past the boy who shouted wolf stage on the widespread misuse of the racist bidness.

In a kind of perverse way, people like Michelle where is my trust fund 0bama are the neo racists, with their hair trigger temperment, ever ready to spout on about racism. The tide has turned, and the general response to this rubbish will increasingly be "there they go agan; touchy touchy!"

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Are you saying sensitive people should pander to black paranoia?

If you lived in any one of dozens of urban environments you would quickly see how even white liberals now feel entitled to play the race card.

When they quickly run out of logical arguments, they lash out with personal attacts based soley on their natural ability to read other people's minds. Its as natural to them as their sense of rhythm and abiility to jump.

This kind of reasoning may also help one conclude that Daniel Pearl's
Dad is an Islamophobe.

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Race Card = Moral Bankruptcy & desperation. It's a dirty tactic which used to work, and which will now boomerang on the race baiting Democrat demagogues.

It's a good example of the clumsy banality of the left, and I hope they keep making fools out of themselves.

You are wasting your time giving them any credibility when they deserve nothing but scorn.

On “Flamesem & Japesem (while Laughing at the Ground)

@ CK MacLeod:

I bet it would be very difficult to reproduce the utterly bleak natural landscape and sea which haunts the book.

On “CONTENTION OF THE DAY – since we’re stuck with Obama, it’d be better for McChrystal to go

Our so called Commander In Chief, Mister Peanut, also has a big problem. Each morning the man wakes up and starts pinching himself. The whole point of his Presidency is that he is The President. It's a celebration, you see. It's the same like WOW experience day after day, every day.

It's hard enough for him for him to believe even when he's flying around on Air Force One, but when his top general in Afghanistan disrespects him, it makes it that much harder for 0bama to truly believe that he is actually The President. MacCrystal should be replaced all right, and the person who replaces him should remain at attention right outside the Oval Office at all times. This will help to show the world who is The President of the United States. It will.

On “The other obvious

@ Rex Caruthers:
Yup, and what did those Founding Bozos think they wuz talking about when they had the audacity to say "we hold these truts to be SELF EVIDENT", Rex?

Maybe Jew hatred is a very fine and helpful passion. Maybe them Ayrabs got a good point.

On “Limbaugh over the line

The David Brooks of the world would like to project onto Mister Peanut what they think they would like a President to be.

However, De Nile is the longest river in Africa, and you can be sure Barry ain't who he said he was during the election and he isn't who Natalie Rosenberg hoped he would be when she hosted a $10,000 a head party in his honor in Highland Park, il.

He's the guy who sat in that pew, soaking up all of that foul hatred week after week for 10 long years.

Project and deny all you want, Rex.

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I am just calling it like I see it, Rex.

Brooks wants to put lipstick on the pig, or he wants to pretend the pig is Nicole Kidman.

I see the pig. I think voters need to understand that they did not vote for Nicole, they voted for Mister Oink, and I think both Rush and Glenn help to remind them of this so they do not made the same mistake twice.

On “The obligatory “problem with the problem with the Palin problem” post

We should call her The Saintly One, my dears.

Sarah is all too human. She quit because it hurt too much.

She doesn't want to be President.

This deeply spiritual woman just wants to help.

On “Limbaugh over the line

I am hard at work when Rush's show is on, but I do not miss the pompous self aggrandizing rubbish which often dilutes the power of his message. Luckily, Beck's TV show comes on when I am free from the constraints of my work. Both can be a little clownish at times, but why object to two powerful (and of course flawed) personalities who are speaking truth to power and have people listening to them every day, day after day. I just hope they have good bodyguards.

Jennifer Rubin points to a similar theme when she tackles the mild mannered and self described New York Times "centrist," Zoltan's favorite mushey mouth, David Brooks.

Brooks fails to notice a telling quality of The Obami, which makes them far more dangerous than most European Social Democrats. Their animus shows and smells to high heaven like homeless underwear. They ooze a great deal of hatred and anger and it comes pouring out as they sprint to the nearest crapper too late. Mister Peanut's arrogant State of The Union was full of such arrogance and anger. So is his constant call to his base to "get in their face." You can see the same seething anger in his most trusted 0bami like the almost white Valerian Jarrett, and in the words of Van Jones, "Give them THE WEALTH," and in Anita
Dunn's infamous and far too late to retract and far too telling words of praise for the pathological mass murderer, Mao Tse Tung.

Do not forget too quickly the preacher, Jeremiah Wright, and the hatred and hostility he vomited out on a weekly basis to the assembled 0bama Family. And, Billy Ayers probably did ghost write Mr Peanut's second best seller. A brief look at the rage he and his little wifey, Bernitdown Dhorn, spout in their writings display an unnatural level of hatred. They really do feel entitled to get what they want by any means necessary. I know this type all too well, my frems.

It is there, like a boil leaking pus all over their faces. We ignore it at our own peril, my frems.

On “Paul Ryan on Real Progressivism

But doesn't he have something no one would want to catch?

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@ fuster:
That's marvelous and you must have a really high IQ & I don't know how you do it so fast, but that still doesn't answer my question!

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@ CK MacLeod:
That still does not explain milky loads, Tsar.

I well understand that Sullivan is a big twit, and I know that he was one of Dukakis' most ardent fans, but milky loads, vot's dot, my frem?

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@ Joe NS:
What does milkey loads mean, my frem?

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@ fuster:
Thanks!
Does this make me the Pied Piper of Frogs?

PS: What is a nicitating membrane?

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I think multi-word, multi-syllabic party names have never been and never will be popular with the masses.

Mister Peanut understands this. How many syllables do the words hope & change have, my frems? Ryan can win if he runs as Paul, not Paul Ryan, not even Ryan. Think about it, whose gonna win in a contest between Obama and PAUL?

Has anyone heard about keeping it simple, my frems?

If I had a party, I would not call it the Lotus Feet Party or even the Lotus Foot Party. I'd call it the KISS Party. People smile when they hear the word kiss, don't they?

As they continue to see Mister Peanut's arrogant puss on the TV every day, day after day, don't more and more people want him to just kiss off? Don't a growing per-centage want him and the rest of the bloated government to just kiss their @$$ and go away?

Join the Kiss Party, my frems. Tell them, don't go away mad, just go away, OK?

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Yea, but cha godda see dat 'progressives' are loosers in Cheekago and, unless Paul Ryan starts walkin' on wadda, dey'll be loosers in Washington too, Pal. Fo da health care, dey leaned on der progressives just like dey do in Cheekago, and, guess what, dey got it , and dat's what counts. Votes talk and people walk, or sumpin like dat, my frem.

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Cmac, notwithstanding your obvious virtue, intelligence and good looks, you seem naive on this to me. There is a big difference between cynicism and skepticism, and I am the skeptic. I come from Cheekago, where politicians manipulate the vote, mobilize hordes of city and county workers to work the vote, own judges, intimidate journalists and have perfected many lawyerly schemes like challenging petitions which disenfranchise those of us who only vote once in each election and do not vote for Aunt Emily who died last year or for our neighbor, Ms. Schmegegee, who is in Florida and votes there too. I don't put anything past these disciples of Saul Alinsky, and the 0bami are dead set on turning the entire nation into Cheekago.

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@ George Jochnowitz:
Yes, but the devil is in the details, sir.

Democracy could result in mob rule in which one 51% group can ignore and tread on everybody else, like Hairy Reed and Emperor 0baba are currently trying to do.

The Founders were wary of this outcome. We now have a haywire non balance of power. There are now tens of millions of people with government jobs from which they think they can never be fired, and the rolls of the drone bureaucrats is growing. How do you think they're gonna vote? And, then you've got the unionized GM and Chrysler workers who got bailed out ahead of the companies' bond holders. Think they'll vote for lower taxes and a more modest government?

Democracy is just a word and the devil is in the details, Mr. J.
Just ask James Madison.

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Sorry, I'm a liberal.

I don't like them progressives much.

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