Friday, September 25, 2009

Back with a vengeance

My bad on neglecting the blog for so long. The last week or two have been crazy at work, and I feel like I haven't had a chance to catch up with blogging at home. So let's catch up. This is going to be long, but I'll try to make it worth it...

Of course you want to bailout newspapers. If I could use other people's money to support people who made propaganda for me and kissed my butt at every turn, I'd want to do it, too. Which reminds me, there was a solid two week period in high school where girls were always asking me to go to their basketball games, calling me, and baking me cookies and taking them to school to give to me. This brings to mind two questions: 1) What could I have gotten if I could have subsidized them with some other kid's lunch money? and 2) Why didn't I enjoy high school more?

Remember the good ol' days when Iraq was simply the wrong war, and we needed to pay more attention to Afghanistan? Apparently neither do liberals. I haven't quite been around for three decades, so my experience in American history is pretty limited, but here's what I've gathered so far about Democrats: 1) If a Democrat starts a war or "military operation," it was the right call, if a Republican does it, it's unnecessary at best. 2) They're not always against starting fights, but they're apparently against winning any of them.

Either the numbers are down because we're making that many of them citizens, or you know the economy's screwed when they quit coming. I could make a joke with either premise, I just don't know which one it is.

I'm starting to feel like the posters in the Post Office should start showing the person's position within ACORN, Congress, or the Obama Administration. Also, Reuters covered this story. You know how bad something has to be for Reuters to link anything to Bam? And then there's this. Surely this just a misunderstanding, I mean, it's not like there's a pattern of this sort of thing or anything. Cause if the first one's true, and the second one's true, then that means this could be true, and this just can't possibly be.

So, what you're saying is, Barry's mistaken? I just want to clarify that he's not a liar, he just doesn't know what the hell he's talking about? Is that about where we're at? (And now Google's reporting this stuff. Not a fun September for the ol' Bamster. No wonder he wants to bail out newspapers. Everyone else is slowly beginning to drop the piss bucket.)

I knew these guys were a pain in the butt, but this is getting ridiculous. My first response is to christen the Guano Loco online store with a shirt that says, "Keep the government out of our bung!" or "Our bodies, our bung, our business!". I think I'd be willing to make a concession to these guys: I'm willing to quit using toilet paper if they're willing to wash my butt for me. Seems like a fair trade. If that won't work, then I'll invite them to say hello to my little friend:

And that brings us to today. Muslim leaders have called over 50,000 observant Muslims to D.C. today for a day of Jummah (Friday congregational prayer). Their website declares "Our time has come!" And since government officials continually promote Islam while trying to sweep Christianity under the rug, and Barry continues to promote Islam (America's not a Christian nation, America's one of the world's biggest Muslim nations, etc, etc), it's easy to see how they get that idea. Personally, I'm all about freedom of religion, but after this happened in Texas and this more recently happened in Ohio, I'm not too keen on this idea. (Hat tip to Wallbuilders for getting the word out.)

1 comment:

  1. They're in for a fight if they want my roll of 2-ply!

    Rolon Labe!!!