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Worst Tweet of the year.

Yeah, those people who jumped out of the WTC, forced to choose between jumping to their deaths and the horrible prospect of being burned alive just found “Al-Q” to be a laugh out loud riot that sunny morning of 9/11/2001.  Attackerman is an idiot.  Unfortunately, the current administration is full of people who share his worldview.


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If the gay Democratic Hillary supporters over at Hillbuz understand that Isalm is at war with the west, how can our current administration be so obtuse?  This part is sort of the funniest/saddest, depending on your perspective:

We don’t care how much hatemail we get from Liberals over this, or how many times they write in to say how they all hope we get AIDS and die (their favorite curse upon gay men who refuse to toe the Liberal line), because people need to wake up to the fact that Muslims are not the Care Bears.

Gee, I thought it was only us conservatives that were homophobic.  It’s not enough to be gay – you have to be the “right kind of gay”, I suppose.  Just like Condolezza Rice was a “house nigger“.  And Colin Powell, although I suppose he has been redeemed of house nigger status after proving his Obama bona fides this last election cycle.  And let’s not even get started on what Michelle Malkin is in the eyes of the left – a “little brown person with conservative values”?  Preposterous – she is to be vilified in the most vulgar terms possible.  Of course, if you’re just a plain old white guy conservative, the left will just hope you die a painful death.  Sure is easy to see why Charles Johnson left the mean old conservative side of the blogosphere for the compassionate, rational left, eh?

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Continues unabated.  Obama really does seem determined to punish business as much as possible.  

An “endangerment” finding by the Environmental Protection Agency could pave the way for the government to require businesses that emit carbon dioxide and five other greenhouse gases to make costly changes in machinery to reduce emissions — even if Congress doesn’t pass pending climate-change legislation. EPA action to regulate emissions could affect the U.S. economy more directly, and more quickly, than any global deal inked in the Danish capital, where no binding agreement is expected.

Why the rush, you might ask?  Well, isn’t it obvious?

EPA action would give President Barack Obama something to show leaders from other nations when he attends the Copenhagen conference on Dec. 18 and tries to persuade them that the U.S. is serious about cutting its contribution to global greenhouse-gas emissions.

Screw what it does to the US economy, already reeling from Obama’s policies.  Just give Obama something to announce at Copenhagen so he can show off what an awesome dude he is.

Ah well, as goes California, so goes the nation.

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Joblessness for 16-to-24-year-old black men has reached Great Depression proportions — 34.5 percent in October, more than three times the rate for the general U.S. population. And last Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that unemployment in the District, home to many young black men, rose to 11.9 percent from 11.4 percent, even as it stayed relatively stable in Virginia and Maryland.

Good thing Obama is going to pay for your gas and mortgage, right?

Hooverville, Obamaville, whatever

"House of the Unemployed"

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Behold, the ObaMao

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Your Choice.

My only comment:

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All men are equal, some are just more equal than others.

As thousands of Montreal adults wait anxiously to get their H1N1 flu shots next month, the top 200 donors to the Jewish General Hospital have already been inoculated, The Gazette has learned.

Hospital officials, however, denied that there’s a link between making a financial donation and getting fast-tracked for the flu shots. Rather, the 200 donors are all volunteers at the Jewish General in some capacity, spokesperson Karen Ohayon said.(good luck selling that one – ed)

Welcome to socialized medicine.  In some utopian vision of universal health care fueled frenzy, the “average guy” gets screwed by inefficiency, bureaucratic malfeasance, and an overwhelming attitude of “screw you, we’re the state and we’ll decide what’s best for you”.  Here we are, facing a possible pandemic of H1N1.  you would think that we would be focusing our limited resources (remember that inefficiency and malfeasance thing?) on the groups most at risk.  Instead we have open clinics where people stand in line for hours, only to get turned away when the vaccine runs out – while hockey players and big donors get preferential treatment.

Socialism creates just as big of a have/have not conflict as capitalism.  The difference is that the “have not” group expands to cover just about everybody – and the “haves” shrink to a smaller and smaller percentage of extreme wealth – and these people go on to make the rules ensuring they remain in the “have” category.

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