Sunday, October 26, 2008

Where TO explains his heritage, and skewers Obama at the same time

Long time readers may know that TO is of French - Acadian Heritage. Some like to call him a "coon-ass." Be that as it may, some of my coon-ass cousins from Sout Loooziana produced a pretty cool campaign video. Laissez les bon temps roulez!

TO’s Johnny Cash Memorial “This stuff is too hot for you, so don’t even try it” Chili

2 lbs 81% lean ground beef

Wick Fowler’s Two Alarm Chili Mix

2 table spoons crushed red pepper

2 cans DelMonte Diced Cut Tomatoes with Jalapenos

1 can Rotel Tomatoes with Habaneros

10 recently picked jalapeno peppers sliced long ways then diced

1 medium red onion

Brown ground beef, pour off fat. Mix Wick Fowler’s in as directed. Substitute 2 cans of DelMonte Diced Cut Tomatoes with Jalapenos for the can of tomato paste and water. Add crushed red pepper. Simmer for 45 minutes. Add masa as directed, Rotel Tomatoes, jalapeno peppers and onion. Simmer 20 minutes. Enjoy immediately. Put the rest in the refrigerator and savor it for the rest of the week, because none of your weak and worthless family members or friends will touch it and it will all be for you.

Saturday, October 25, 2008

A public service to you, bringing you McCain's latest ads by guest directors

"Address your argument to cowards and knaves"

That is what I said to someone who said, "TO, I think we are going to lose this one, and I fear for the country."

Here is the full context of the quote: "Address that argument to cowards and to knaves; with the free and the brave it will effect nothing. It may be true; if it must, let it...The probability that we may fall in the struggle ought not to deter us from the support of a cause we believe to be just...Let none falter, who thinks he is right, and we may succeed. But if after all, we shall fail, be it so."

Who said that? Abraham Lincoln when people questioned his support for William Henry Harrison in 1840. Interestingly, Harrison improbably won that election because of stalwarts like Lincoln.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Police are ready for post-Obama loss riots

I'm ready.

Are you ready?

Lord have Mercy! I love her!

Sarah Palin re Biden's list of Obama inspired crises: "But I guess the looming crisis that most worries the Obama campaign right now is Joe Biden's next speaking engagement."

Monday, October 20, 2008

It's not a black thing, so I knew you wouldn't understand

A quote from Colin Powell's endorsement of Barry: "As a soldier, I craved civilian leadership that grew up on the mean streets of Hawaii, did loads of coke, and turned the South Side of Chicago into a latter day Eden through his community organizing. Further, Obama's "uhhhs and ummmms" when his teleprompter goes down, display exactly the kind of clear thinking and quick wittedness someone of my meagre ability would find impressive in a president. It is therefore with confidence that I can shoot the bird at those who showed such undeserved confidence my ability and stood loyaly behind me even as I fumbled and dissembled through my stint as Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff, and who appointed my son to be head of the FCC. Oh, and it has nothing to do with the fact that Obama is black. Haha suckers."

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Keeping hope alive, fighting prejudice, and being proud!

Representative Obama supporters.

This is good stuff

Fast loading videos that tell the truth about Obama's positions.

Monday, October 13, 2008

My olive branch to Obama and his supporters

I offer him the same deference and consideration they have offered President Bush and Sarah Palin. Or as expressed by a certain Mr Gately:

I consider myself a libertarian/conservative. Like many people of that bent, I was uncomfortable with Bush when he was nominated. But Al Gore's increasingly-erratic behavior during the 2000 election made me hope Bush won.

Once Bush won, and it became clear that the Florida democrats were trying to steal the election, I became something of a Bush loyalist. Throughout his first term, I took note of all the really horrible things that were said about him, saw that a large portion of the left would rather see Bush fail than see America succeed, and was alarmed by the complicity (and often, participation) of the MSM and mainstream Hollywood. It wasn't far into his second term that I succumbed to Bush Fatigue, due to his inability to make the case for his foreign policy to the American people, and his inability to find the veto pen. He has truly been a terrible steward of the Republican brand, and because of this, the Conservative and libertarian causes are suffering.

I'm no fan of McCain , but as I dislike Obama (and love Palin), I'll be pulling the lever for McCain in November.

This is surely small of me, but if Obama wins, I plan on giving him as much of a chance as the Democrats gave George Bush. I will gleefully forward every paranoid anti-Obama rumor that I see, along with YouTube footage of his verbal missteps. I will laugh and email heinous anti-Obama photoshop jobs, and maybe even learn photoshop myself to create some. I'll buy anti-Obama books, and maybe even a "Not My President" t-shirt. I'm sure that the mainstream bookstores won't carry them, but I'll be on the lookout for anti-Obama calendars and stuff like that. I will not wish America harm, and if the country is hurt (economically, militarily, or diplomatically) I will truly mourn. But i will also take some solace that it occurred under Obama's watch, and will find every reason to blame him personally and fan the flames.

Obama's thuggish behavior thus far in this election cycle - squashing free speech, declaring any criticism of his policies to be "racist" (a word that happily carries little weight with sensible people these days), associating with the likes of Ayers, Wright, and ACORN - suggests that I won't have to scrape for reasons to really viscerally dislike Obama and his administration. And even if he wins, his campaign's "get out the vote fraud" activities are enough to provide people like me with a large degree of "plausible deniability" as to whether he is actually legitimately the president.

I've seen a President that I am generally-inclined to like get crapped on for eight years, and I've seen McCain and Palin (honorable people both, despite policy differences I may have with them) get crapped on through this election season. If the Democrats think that a President Obama is going to get some sort of honeymoon from the folks who didn't vote for him, as a wise man once said: heh.

I could have written that myself, if I had any actual writing talent. Just let me add: I recommend you arm yourself in self defense immediately. If McCain wins Obama supporters will be stupified by the defeat and will looking to take it out on someone. If Reginald Denny is not around, you will do. If Obama wins, your ability to buy guns and ammunition for your own defense will be severely curtailed. If it is good enough for Chicago, it is good enough for you.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Here is a great idea from your Federal Judiciary

Release Muslim terrorists into DC! I think we can all feel a little safer knowing that some Bill Clinton appointee carefully weighed the evidence and decided that the best place for jihadist terrorists was the Capital of the Great Satan! Good work, Ricardo!

Too bad we didn't grease those terrorists when we had the chance. Now, we are all at the mercy of the liberal judges.

Sunday, October 05, 2008

Ms Obama, I am sorry I don't feel guilty. No, really

A friend of mine sent me this op-ed which her local cat box liner/Democrat talking points delivery device, the Fredericksburg Free Lance Star, just published. It is written by Tim Wise, the guiltiest white man, a huckster who conducts "White Privilege" seminars that companies and governments are extorted into paying for. (I apologize in advance for linking to that).

The most succinct rebuttal to that article is that if Obama were white, he would be Joe Biden. Biden, who won exactly zero primaries, and just a few more votes than that. Obama is the democrat nominee BECAUSE he is black.

I think the strongest argument FOR "white privilege" is the condition of places that have explicitly rejected it: South Africa, Zimbabwe, Haiti, DC, Detroit. Ask anyone if they would prefer to live in these bastions of "people of color" privilege, and I think we all know the answer.

Thursday, October 02, 2008

The Way to End the Housing Crisis

I wrote this to my congressman. Feel free to use the text.

If this bailout bill ends up passing, I would really appreciate you including a provision to raze any house to which the government gets title. Once the house it razed, the land could then be turned over to the National Park Service to stand as a national park in perpetuity.

This would do three things: 1) Provide good jobs in the house razing industry that can't be outsoursed.

2) Reduce the number of empty pre-existing homes that are depressing the value of other homes in the surrounding area.

3) Provide needed green space that would enrich the lives of the children in the neighborhood and serve to bolster the values of homes going forward.