Thursday, September 29, 2011


Hello dear reader-

I hope that by reading these words you do not take lightly the 'company' of my presense with your stodgy mind- for if you do, you are in danger of taking lightly a stingray which supposedly never swims backwards.

I condemn this whole business of behaving like, and condemning people as, animals.

The secularists who now are in influential positions now more than ever have defined, with their traditional intellectual exuberance and lack of grit, the tea party as nihilist, the g.o.p. as unjust, and christians as- and I'm not lying- i-n-s-a-n-e.

They would rather poorly recite the laughable 'flying spaghetti monster' analogy ad infinitum than put faith in the begotten son for an instant.

Fortunately, humility about their prodigious failures has surfaced amongst the most socialist of them- and is probably another laughable disingenuous bid to seek 'victim' status in, once again, a pathetic re-election bid.

I must admit, I applaud N.C. governers 'daughter-of-a-coal-miner's off the cuff response to the current crisis in the U.s. O' A. to a question at a Cary forum when she stated we ought to put a moratorium on future elections in 'Da Kak' until our financial house is in order.

Surely this must be more than a simple fleeting grasp to keep her current status and job title~ more than likely- it is a populist democrat party compromise with the growingly intense tea party faction within the bible belt- a faction which threatens Obama's 'millenials' voter base in the forthcoming elections.

I still chuckle at her remarks, but note that there is- indeed (a very communist word), no stopping a train... in this case the train of conservative victory in 2012.

The best liberals can do at this point dig into their already dated messianic/satanic 'heaven on earth' narrative and bleeding heart love of hatred of themselves and those who love them most worldview.

These are twisted times...



Monday, September 19, 2011

The Jobs Bill and the Return to Hard Collectivism

The regime's inconspicuously titled "jobs bill" is a joke.

It contains nothing other than hard collectivist policies which seek to further tax the rich, expand the role of central government in your and I's backyards, and bring about further debt- (as if the debt already incrued by the messiah's laughable stimulus package wasn't enough). The debt is, I predict, well over even the more extreme reaches of overall debt in the U.S.'s name. 14 trillion?

I predict that it is far higher than even these shamefull figures.

And now Obama has the gall to further extend the black satanic glove of central government in a simple plan to be passed under the guise of simply wanting to 'fix bridges in north carolina, make the roads better, and create more jobs (something his stimulus had promised but failed to deliver)'.

Aristotle wrote that rhetoric existed for centuries before logic ambled on into the picture- and I wonder what aristotle might think of the lack of logic inherent in the administrations further accruement of debt in what appears to simply be a bloated, multi-faceted, cynical, characteristically communist re-election bid.

But I digress...

It's just that, dear reader, I have it from inside sources in D.C. that the 'jobs bill' is no sloppy joe without it's spicey afterburn... and if this get's passed- I may spend some time in the bathroom with my back issues of the NR.