Thursday, November 17, 2011

Pig v Farmer

EE-I EE-I Oh?

Patriotic Millionaires: We heart taxes. We hate donations.

 Did they make their money due to independent thought? I have to question that since they refuse to donate to the U.S. Treasury unless they can "hold hands" - not kidding, one of them said this - and do it together.
All or nothing. And this is why they call themselves Patriotic Millionaires?



You can pay more taxes any day you want. You can pay every day you want. You can pay every hour of the day. The U.S. Treasury gladly takes donations to pay down on the debt. Also, there are things like "deductions" these guys are taking that are not necessary.

So why stand there pounding their Valentino suited chest and demanding taxes be raised? If you truly believe in your ideology, you live it even when you have to live it alone. 


But maybe they can still stand around and hold hands.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

When Playboy really does have good articles

First, this article comes with no pictures, other than two patriotic boxing gloves. Both appropriately attired in dead cow hide. Second, it's long. Third, it's worth it.

Andrew Breitbart sat down with liberal headliner Paul Krassner (I hear he's famous; News to me) for a back and forth conversation at, rumors are, an Applebees. The article is the transcript, I'm assuming, unedited, since it made Paul look rather melodramatic, conspiratorial, and biting, while Andrew came off exactly like Andrew always does: armed for a fight but relaxed enough to throw swings at his leisure.

Am I prejudice?

Read it for yourself and find out. They cover every topic from Krassner's - quickly becoming obsessive - interest in Clarence Thomas to the Tea Party to ACORN and even a few notes on agnosticism and Judeo-Christian beliefs.

Best, and most telling, line of the entire conversation is the very last. 





Monday, November 14, 2011

Prof. Newt: Class is in session.

Before we get to the part where Newt Gingrich, with the effort it takes to swat a fly, schooled the CBS debate moderator, Scott Pelley, on what is and is not the "rule of law" concerning American terrorists, let's talk etiquette.

Take a look at Pelley's smugness when he - sadly, ignorantly - believes he has the upper hand about that "rule of law". Someone really needs to take a still of that face, incorporate it into college journalism curriculum, and teach it as the expression not to make after age four.

Also note his "no" when Gingrich answers the question Pelley asked.



I had no idea Pelley wanted to run for President as the GOP candidate. If he's going to debate the candidates, get the man a podium and make him the bull's eye of late night comediennes. I mean, if he wants the job, give the man the whole job.

Friday, November 11, 2011

Thank YOU Veterans

Here's a tribute to make you cry.



Here's a song to make you want to kick some anti-freedom, terrorist-garbage butt. 



I think the two make a lovely coupling, don't you?

Monday, November 7, 2011

Steven Crowder: the alternative universe

Making money is evil. Taking money is righteous. Supporting a black conservative is racist. And Steven Crowder goes Occupy all the way, complete with a peace dance. Welcome to the flip side. Make sure all your container lids burp. Everything is about to get tossed.



New conservative hero: the guy who took on Crowder's evil twin. Now, after witnessing insanity in full summer bloom, all I have left is one question: What brand of jeans have that kind of stretchy give?

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Misfit Politics: Calling stupid...well...stupid.

I like this guy. No. Really. I like him. He's bold and unapologetic.

About.
Time.



 Just this morning, during my normal routine of over analyzing all the angst of the world, I had one very clear thought: I'm ready for the unafraid. That's right. The fearless. I'm ready for them to emerge. I would like to know them. To shake their hand. I'm ready to be one.

And what do you know, here's one on my computer screen. Misfit Politics

Then, I would like to work for them. And charge them money. And take that money I make from the fearless, cash it, and spend it according to my own will - which I pray - will always be God's.

I wonder if he needs a writer....