Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Time for Poland to declare war on Russia?

Of course they won't do it... but the fact that Ukrainian separatist terrorists are going around shooting down innocent civilian planes - that just makes no sense.

Then there's Israel and Hamas.  Hamas launches rockets into Israel, Israel fights back, and Israel gets the blame?   Well, it's because Israel's weapons are more efficient than Hamas's - but because of that they're not supposed to use them?

It's like we're in the Twilight Zone....

Friday, July 18, 2014

No Rush today

Mark Steyn is filling in today. Rush is playing in a golf tournament.

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Joe BIden's (latest) Gaffe

What happened to Obama's "hope and change"?

The below two paragraphs are from the Washington Free Beacon:

The “Hope and Change” promised by Barack Obama and Joe Biden in 2008 “didn’t happen,” according to none other than Biden himself during a speech Wednesday.
Everybody says because we tried in ’08 and it didn’t happen, it’s not possible,” Biden said. “Wrong. We’ve gone through these periods before … Folks, this is totally within our power. Change for the better is absolutely possible, and I believe it’s close to inevitable if you’re the drivers of it.”
National Journal’s Ron Fournier on Thursday argued Biden saying this was a “really bad moment for the White House.”
“He basically conceded the original sin of the Obama presidency which is we promised to at least start changing Washington and we failed. And then later on what he does say? We can change things if we’re the drivers of the change. Well, who has been driving the last five and a half years? It was a really bad moment for the White House,” Fournier said on CNN’s New Day.

Where is the gaffe here? *He's* not saying hope and change didn't happen, he's saying that others - probably African Americans as poor now as they were then - are saying it didn't happen.

Sure would like to see those two sentences in CONTEXT!

OT: Need a plumber in Washington state?

I was talking to a friend in Mason County, WA yesterday, and he was mentioning that he'd been searching for plumbers in Mason County and plumbers in Pierce County, just to check out their services.

Plumbers do much more than just clean out your toilets or pump out your septic tank, they'll find your sewer lines, repair your sewer lines, practically everything that needs to be plumbed, a plumber will do.

I wonder if its better to stick with a plumber who only works in one town, or if a company that is so big that it has practically a franchise would be the way to go. For example these folks my friend was looking at - and found, when he searched for plumbers in Mason County.  (Why he was looking for plumbers in Pierce Country, too, I do not know!)

In any event, if you live in Washington and are looking for plumbers in Mason County.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

John Kerry had a point...

Rush mocked John Kerry yesterday..

Rush is always talking about American exceptionalism... and it used to be true (today you gotta wonder though...)

This is what Rush said and then Kerry's quote:

Lurch: American Exceptionalism Talk Makes Me Uptight
RUSH: Now, the John Kerry quote: "...I was privileged to speak to the graduating class of Yale this year, and it was particularly a pleasure because it happened to turn out to be, literally -- I hate to say it -- 48 years to the day that I was privileged to speak as a graduating senior to my own class. ... I get always a little uptight when I hear politicians say how exceptional we are -- not because we're not exceptional, but because it's kind of in-your-face and a lot of other people are exceptional. A lot of other places do exceptional things."
Of course he does, because these people are laden with self-hatred and self-guilt over what they consider their good fortune to be.  

Rush is totally mischaracterizing what Kerry said.

I mean, come on, talk about Ugly Americans.

You go to some other country and say, "Look, America is exceptional, and you guys stink"  Then you try to give them advice on how to deal with their minority problem...or their drug problem... and they look at you and say, "Yeah, your African Americans are real happy" or "The US has more people imprisoned for drug offenses than the rest of the world combined."

Announcing the Crowdfunding Clarion!

I've started a new blog to help give some publicity to folks seeking crowdfunding on such sits as Kickstarter, IndieGoGo, GoFundMe, and various regional, country-specific sites (to which I think international people can donate.)

First entry is Help Fund Research Into Dinosaur Dung

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

I thought these illegal kids were being deported?

Turns out they're being placed with families in a variety of states... I wonder if they're being placed with white families or Latino families...

The governor of Nebraska was livid when he found out that a whole slew of these children crossing the border are being dumped in his state and nobody told him, he didn't know.  That was the sound bite.  And it's happening to a lot of governors.  They're not being told.  That Border Patrol and Homeland Security and whoever it is, these companies the Regime has hired to handle transportation logistics, they're just dumping these kids. They're dumping them with families, I mean, they're dumping them in houses and homes.  They're not dumping 'em on the street, but the governors of these states do not know it.

There's a story about this today at National Review Online, Jim Geraghty's column.  Obama's Feds secretly inserting what are essentially illegal alien invasion forces into the states and not telling state authorities.  And there's a link to the study or the report.  We had the sound bite from the governor yesterday.  Now, there's a dot here that is not being connected.  You remember me telling you, and I interviewed this guy for the Limbaugh Letter. Stanley Kurtz of National Review wrote a book on his demographic study of what he says is Obama's war on America's suburbs.  And there is a related initiative at Housing and Urban Development called AFFH, Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing.
Now, Kurtz's theory is -- and you know that leftists are very upset at what they think is the unfairness and the disparity between city dwellers and suburban.  They think suburban dwellers are basically effete, elite, upper middle class rich snobs who fled the filthy confines of the city to escape it, leaving behind the poor and the disadvantaged to wallow in the garbage.  And this isn't fair.
So Kurtz has a theory that Obama has a war on the suburbs to take people from the inner city and put them in the suburbs via affordable housing right in these suburban neighborhoods.  It is happening, and I will take a break and explain it in a moment.
RUSH:  Stanley Kurtz said in his interview with me in the Limbaugh Letter, as well as in his book, that this transformation of the suburbs would be a major tenet of Obama's second term.
Now, when did this border crisis start?  Second term.  What do we have?  We're being overrun.  There's no end in sight, by the way, and the news is that there's no end in sight.  The governments of Mexico and Guatemala are facilitating the trip north by these kids.  There's no end to this, folks.  Nobody's trying to stop it.  Obama's not trying to stop it.  The Republicans aren't trying to stop it.  

Monday, July 14, 2014

Will anyone accuse Bernadette Lancelin of being racist?

Hannity was playing a clip today of Holder saying that he and Obama have been subjected to more "vehemence" than anyone else in their positions, and that it's race based.

Some reporter asked Holder if he stuck by his "We're a nation of cowards" because we don't want to address the race issue, and he said he did.  (I wish some reporter would ask him why no one addresses the fact that the African American community has record numbers of illegitimate births, which might, just might be what's holding them down in poverty more so than white discrimination against them. Why doesn't Holder or Obama address the black community about absent fathers?).

(Having said that, and as a segue, there are a few obscene TV shows on now - each one perpetuating the myth that an absent father is no problem. Playing House is one - I think that's the title, and then there's that repulsive Virgin, where a girl is artificially inseminated by accident.  Jesus the garbage that the media is feeding to the masses these days...)

Anyway, African American woman Bernadette Lancelin was on the news...yesterday I guess ... saying she's mad about the millions Obama wants to borrow to help the illegal children on the border - 90,000 illegal children - and she wants to know where's the help for her community?

Will anyone accuse her of being racist toward Latinos?  Yet if a white woman had said what she had said, you just know the media would be all over her, she'd probably be fired from her job, etc.

Yes she's only saying the truth. America should be fixing its own internal problems.

(Having said that, of course you've got to feel for these poor kids on the border who were hoping for a better life. But we can't help our own people, and our own citizen's lives will worsen if we let these folks in, because they'll clog up and bankrupt the welfare rolls.

The solution would be for the US to annex Mexico and Central America.... go in and wipe out the drug dealers and bring technology and good housing to these places... but of course if we did that we'd be called racist because we don't think the Mexicans and Central American countries can handle their own problems.... 

Well...they're certainly doing a good job on their own, aren't they? That's why we've got 90,000 kids on our border, wanting to come in.

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Obscene profit break: Beeswax candles

If you're interested i n beeswax candles, check out this website,, that offers a variety of products made from the bee, including beeswax candles and products made from honey.

These are rather cool candles. They have the ordinary beeswax pillar candles, which are just your normal, thick candles, perfect for having around the house and using for emergencies should your lights go out.

Then they have candles in whimsical shapes, like a teddy bear, a bee, and a beehive.  I really like those.

There's more to this webstore than just beeswax candles of course.  They also offer pure honey...and give you a little beeswax candle in the shape of a hive, too, which is sweet.

They also offer honey- or beeswax-based products for bath and body, like moisturizing conditioner, shampoo, body watch and so on.

If you're in to natural products, check out this store!

Obama vs Boehner

This is what Rush had to say about Obama's comments about Beohner encouraging people to sue the President for being a lousy president.   A good idea, by the way, but it would open up a can of worms, as every President in future could be sued, too!

I happened to see, because it happened yesterday during the program, I happened to see Obama's appearance at the Texas theater in Austin, his fundraising appearance where he was heckled, ostensibly. 
I've heard a lot of people comment about it.  It happened during the program yesterday, and I had not really seen it.  I had only heard things about it. I was getting little blurb reports about it.  So I watched it.  This was the appearance where he was laughing at John Boehner. He was laughing at the idea that he might be impeached. He was laughing at the idea that he might be sued, and he was asking the audience to laugh along with him.
Now, since I saw it, I have seen and read a lot of commentary from people who also saw it and who think that it was really odd to have the president laughing about something that could be something very serious; he's being sued.  He is being sued for acting outside the Constitution.  He's not doing his job, sits up there and says (imitating Obama), "Hey, they want to sue me?  Well, ha-ha-ha."   And while he said he's being sued and they want to impeach him somebody in the audience started applauding, so Obama stopped and said, "Oh, really?  Really?  You came in here and you want to join the impeachment?"  And he started laughing about it.
The commentary since then has been how unseemly people thought it was for the president not to take this seriously.  Here he is, the chief executive, he's the president of the United States and he is laughing about the things he's doing, the things he's being accused of doing and the possibility of being sued, slash, impeached over it. A lot of the commentary I saw was people thinking, "You know, this is really disrespectful. This is very serious stuff, and he's laughing about it?"

Time goes by fast

I can't believe it's been more than a month since I posted here.

I have been so busy doing my freelance writing work that it isn't even funny.

This weekend, I'm catching up on some stuff including posting in my blogs, while I watch the Colorado Rockies vs the Atlanta Braves, and of course they're already losing, in the 2nd inning.

Meantime, isn't the crisis on the border fun?

I can see the writing on the wall.. they're going to open up the borders and let all the Mexicans in...

Don't get me wrong, I have nothing against the vast majority of Mexicans...but those drug cartel folks are psychotic and should just be summarily shot - there is no redeeming them.

We should just annex Mexico.  Why not?  If the Mexican government can't take care of its own people, cede the authority to us.  Good old American know-how will take care of the job!