Thursday, September 26, 2013

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Infantilizing The Millennials

I thought it was insulting towards the Millennials (roughly the 20-somethings) when the Obama Campaign came out with their Julia web advertisement - where Obama promised young women that her neighbors would pa...y for her college, health care, birth control, abortions, and probably everything else necessary to create a responsibility-free life... promising an adolescence that would last throughout "Julia's" life.

Apparently that was appealing to the Millennials, since they voted for the plan in droves (though not as much as in 2008). Apparently promising that their neighbors would fund not only their necessities, but their sex life as well, was a good selling point. The Obama Campaign, in the form of a famous young actress, even compared voting for Obama to a young woman losing her virginity to an oh-so-handsome stud.

Talk about manipulation. But it worked. And that is, to me, the most worrying thing about what Obama has created in this country: an extended adolescence for millions of young people. They vote for him, and he'll use brute force to make their neighbors fund the party... forever. Rumor has it that next up is the Affordable Beer Act. That'll probably work, too.

Well, fine. The logic behind having a minimum age for suffrage (voting rights) is that, below a certain age - adulthood - people don't have the experience or judgment, and don't know enough about how life really works to be entrusted with making adult decisions about the future direction of the country. So, let's extend that logic given the new reality of 25-year-old teenagers.

If the unified goal of Leftist politicians and a majority of Millennials is to extend the good old high school experience to at least until 26 - when they leave their parents' health plans and move out of their parents's basements - then I think it only reasonable that we move the voting age up to 26. The Millennials are free to check out from adult society. But that means that they've actively decided to avoid experiencing those things that would make them qualified voting adults.

Otherwise, we might as well give the vote to 12-year-olds. They're even *more* easily manipulated that the Julias out there. But not much.

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Thursday, November 24, 2011


I'm sorry. I don't get the communist thing. It's failed everywhere and at all times. The obviousness of this seems to escape the 20-somethings and aging hippies you see on the corner harassing and guilting you for the wages you just spent 10 hours at a computer or at a lathe to earn

Why earn it if somebody just gives it to you.
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Expressing my emotions is supposed to be helpful. Cleansing, fung shui or some shit.

Not working overmuch.

It wouldn't stop me from thinking that this country of mine is overloaded with fatass denizens of midtown Manhattan who spend their time living off trust funds and Gucci protesting.
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Hate in Seattle

I heard an Occupy Wall Street person say today that he would want 9/11 to happen 9 hundred and eleven times again.

I hate that person, I hate the Communists who laze on their couches Waiting for their parents to pay for their worthless degrees in something that won't get them a job.
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Hey Man, Nice Shot

Personal note: My bro did me. While helping me he closed my eyes by the smooth hand of compassion.

I should have known, been more cynical. A tweaker meth-head will lie to you creatively, and all day long.

Life gives lessons. I pain that he saw me as a tool. But I made myself that.

Hey, man, nice shot.
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Sunday, November 20, 2011


Anti-American? The Reverend Jeremiah Wright. Continual apologies to depots about a country he obviously feels is inferior to all those others. Calling us "lazy" and "soft," and saying that we're too scared to vote correctly - i.e. we're stupid. Not to mention that we bitterly cling to our guns and god, and don't like people who don't look like us. Oh, did I mention Jeremiah Wright?

Racist? Obama's creature Attorney General Eric Holder. That about sums it up.

Leftist? Where do I start? Obamacare, obviously. "Spread the wealth around" to Joe The Plumber. Oh, and siding publicly with the anti-American, antisemitic, anti-capitalist and increasingly violent revolutionaries of Occupy Wall Street.

Actually, that last item applies to all three characterizations I laid on Obama.
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Friday, November 18, 2011

What I Said...

It's spooky, that my 2010 post brings us right back to where we were with the superhero of diplo-groveling,

If you don't remember, Senator Obama said that he'd "negotiate" without "preconditions" with the man who willingly kills teenage girls for the offense of being raped. Denies that gay men exist in Iran. Iran, the land that gave us Freddy Mercury.

Is it any wonder that we're now looking at Iran getting nuclear weapons? What's tragic is that this was entirely foreseeable, given the naivete demonstrated by a first-term senator foolishly elevated to the presidency.

Everybody tells us that Obama is the smartest man in the room. This confuses me because one would think that a person of even modest intelligence would compare his preconceived notions with the reality around him. Not so with Mr. Obama. But I guess that being a rabid anti-American racist Leftist means never having to say, "oops."
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Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Ah, Yes... Imagine a World Without Nuclear Weapons (it's easy if you try you're stupid)

Well, Mullah Obama has taken the next logical step in disarming the Great Satan. Instead of our adversaries thinking twice about launching a chemical or biological attack on us, because they may get a nuke right back at 'em, they can now freely contemplate such actions, fearing only, "a series of graded options."

Oh my. Such harsh language, Barry! I'm sure Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is quite intimidated.

The happy thought here is that this internal threat will only last until January, 2013, when we get a pro-American president into office.

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Friday, July 04, 2008

MY Independence Day Thought?

We would not exist without France. France could not exist without us.
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Thursday, July 03, 2008

Liberal vs. Conservative Versus Liberal and Conservative

My profile...

Pro winning the war in Iraq.
Pro winning the war in Afghanistan.
Pro low taxes.
Pro very limited regulation.
Pro property rights.

Pro free speech.
Pro life.
Pro gay marriage.
Pro freedom of/of non religion.

That ought to start a firestorm, categorizing as I have.
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Well, No, I'm Back Now.

The editor seems a little more friendly now, more than a year on.

Ahem... so, just when you thought it would be safe to get back in my face again I return.

I was on hiatus (hm, the spell-checker in Firefox is online, too. Good) because I was elsewhere. But this time I'm going to take a few people with me back here to make it interesting.

Oh hey, this editor is really quite nice. Good to see they got their shit together. (Yes, first swearword in the first post... that's how I roll).

I'll speak to Obambi's newest switcharoo (Iraq) in a future post, except to say that there's nothing that recommends a future president who thinks he's up for the job more than being entirely wrong about a war.


McCain, though I certainly have issues with him, never went Harry Reed ("the war is lost") and limp-wristed on this one. McCain got that important issue right by staying on the fight, and not sucking the testicular protuberances of the America-hating Left.

Ahhh. Nice to break free again, opinionating at will.
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