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Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Obama: I Was Against The Iraq War, But Bombed Libya For The Same Reasons

Does this guy even remember what he has said in the past? I think this is a classic case of lying so much that you forget what lies you told. After running around the country in 2008 bashing Bush for the Iraq war, because, Iraq was not a direct threat to the United States, Obama has now bombed Libya despite admitting that they were not a direct threat to the United States. (He did that very thing in his speech on Libya yesterday.)

In case you are too obtuse to notice the contradiction here, let's use a chart (thanks to Neil over at for posting this chart) to illustrate:
So I can completely see how someone could be against the war in Iraq, but for the bombing of Libya. Not.

So Saddam was in violation of numerous UN resolutions, many provisions of his cease-fire agreement, and continue to spurn any attempts at getting him to comply.

Qaddafi is in merely trying to hold onto power. But we bomb him, without congressional approval, yet the doves seem silent on the issue.

So there is only one conclusion to be drawn: if you are for the action in Libya, but against the war in Iraq, then you are a hypocrite. Just like Obama.

Friday, March 25, 2011

Heart, Yes To Swiffer But No To Palin?

Almost exactly one year ago (missed it be a day) I wrote this blog entry about Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart insisting that the 2008 McCain campaign stop playing their song Barracuda for Sarah Palin at campaign events.

Here is the post: Click here for Ann and Nancy Wilson are Idiots

Today, due to having to do some over night work, I happened to be at home. A commercial for Swiffer came on the television and I couldn't believe what I was hearing. Here is the commercial:

So let me get this straight. Heart is okay with their music being used to sell household cleaning products aimed at domesticated women, but are against their music being used in support of a strong, independent woman that is making headway in a field dominated by men (presidential politics).

And they'd claim to be the enlightened ones. My original post stands, they are idiots.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Where Is Joe Biden And Impeachment Now?

Obama. Libya. Biden. "No immediate threat to the United States." Impeachment. Now the video:

Nuff said.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Obama The War President?

Go back to before 2008. Presidential candidate Obama never missed an opportunity for a little Bush bashing over the war in Iraq.

Terms like "illegal war". "War we couldn't afford." "Invasion of a sovereign nation." "Iraq was no threat to America." Those types of things were the typical jargon Obama used as he made a run to the White House.

Now fast-forward to 2011. There is Obama behind the presidential seal defending the decision to bomb a sovereign nation and to impose a no-fly zone over a foreign country. It should be pointed out that Libya posed no threat to the United States.

Now I have to go on record here as saying that I am for the actions taken in Libya. And I am for more. But this highlights so intensely of electing an anti-war president. It becomes awkward when an anti-war president has to go to war.

Of course from El Salvador today Obama tried to highlight the lives this action was saving. Instead of stating that this action was purely offensive (which it is), he tries to position it as if it were somehow defensive. As if Gaddafi was beating down the door of the east coast of the U.S.

This reminds me of when Clinton was president. Clinton spent a lot of time dismantling the military that Reagan had built. That made it kind of hypocritical of Clinton when he would deploy our military. The Somalian Mission in Oct. of 1993 is an example of what can happen when a president is tentative and unsure of his decision to use military force.

It is March 22, 2011. Last I checked we still had troops in Iraq. Last I checked we still had troops in Afghanistan. Now we are engaged in military action in Libya. So is this Obama a hawk? you be the judge.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Sticking In Liberals' Craw: Sarah Palin Was Right!

Click here for story: Palin Doctrine Emerges as Arab League Echoes Her Demarche on Libya

This has to hurt. For liberals. Palin floated this idea in an interview with Sean Hannity THREE WEEKS AGO! Of course some liberals were quick to condemn the idea.

Now the Arab League is saying this IS and WAS the correct strategy, and it should be implemented today. LOVE IT.

PALIN 2012!!!

Thursday, March 17, 2011

LoneWolfArcher Translates: Obama On Japan

A new feature here! I started it a couple of weeks ago regarding Obama's presser on Libya. I will occasionally take things Chairman Zero says, and translate it for those of you that don't speak Obama-eeze.

So here is what Obama said when asked questions about Japan: "I'm going to be making a statement later about Japan," Obama said in a photo opportunity with Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny.

Translation: "My staff hasn't told me how to feel about Japan yet, so I have nothing to report until they do."

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Adrian Peterson Is An Idiot

You are not going to believe this one!

Click here for story: Vikings running back Adrian Peterson compares NFL owners' treatment of players to 'modern-day slavery' in an online interview

Pertinent portion:
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson compared NFL owners' treatment of players to "modern-day slavery," according to an online interview published Tuesday by Yahoo! Sports.

WHAT? A guy that makes a living playing a game compares his situation to that of slaves? Remember, slaves are people, forced against their will, into a life of servitude. Compare that to Peterson who gets to make millions playing a game, all voluntarily I might add. Please.

Oh and good for Ryan Grant of the Green Bay Pukers (sorry, couldn't resist, Packers):
Green Bay Packers running back Ryan Grant took exception to Peterson's comment, writing on Twitter: "Their is unfortunately actually still slavery existing in our world. Literal modern day slavery. That was a very misinformed statement."
I also like Heath Evans response:
Saints fullback Heath Evans said he agrees with most of the Twitter responses about Peterson, which have been mostly negative.

"We are all blessed to even strap a helmet on in this league!" Evans tweeted.
For a reference point, Adrian Peterson's contract is set to pay him $10.72 million for the 2011 season. Congrats Adrian, you are an idiot.

Anyone want to take a guess as to who Peterson voted for in 2008? Anyone?

Monday, March 14, 2011

If The Unions Are Against It, Then I Am For It

I heard about this last week. Here is the story:

Click here: Michigan bill would impose "financial martial law"

When I first heard about this I wasn't sure what to think, or which side to take. I knew that the hyperbole was probably blowing it out of proportion. Martial law? Come on, let's get real.

But then as I heard and read more one thing became clear: unions, especially public unions, hated this bill. That cemented my position as being squarely for this bill.

I love quotes like this:
"It takes every decision in a city or school district and puts it in the hands of the manager, from when the streets get plowed to who plows them and how much they are paid," said Mark Gaffney, president of the Michigan State AFL-CIO. "This is a takeover by the right wing and it's an assault on democracy like I've never seen."
This has to make one laugh. Michigan, except for brief periods, have been in the hands of the left wing for over half a century. What that has caused is record unemployment, record low property values, less jobs, and higher taxes. A perfect storm of economic catastrophic.

This is not an exaggeration. While the rest of the country has been in a recession for 3 years, Michigan' recession is at least 8 years old. Ironically, it began around the same time that a Republican governor left office, and a Democratic governor took office. Hmmmm.

So to hear an union boss decrying this move as a right wing power grab is laughable. Extreme measures must be taken in order to reverse the damage that union-backed Democrats have done to this state for nearly 60 years now. Unions are a dinosaur that have outlived their usefulness.

So don't believe the hype. If the unions are against it then you know it has to be a good thing.

Sunday, March 06, 2011

Obama Votes Absent. Again.

These three headlines from Drudge are all you need to read to get the whole picture. And just how incompetent of an idiot we elected to the highest office in the land:

Sickening. Absolutely sickening.

Wednesday, March 02, 2011

Wisconsin GOP Senator Mobbed By, Well, Mob!

The blog prof has this up at his site:

Click here: theblogprof: Video: WI GOP Senator Mobbed at Capitol by Leftist Protesters

As theblogprof points out, if the Tea Party had anything close to this the left-wing mainstream media (IE everyone except Fox News and talk radio) would have been reporting on the antics. Since the unionized press supports the mob, and their antics, they bury it. Or they glamorize it.

Sickening. I can't wait for Governor Walker to start laying these slackers off.

H/T: theblogprof>

Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Narcissism 101: Charlie Sheen Is An Idiot

I don't know what to say to this. The elitism, the arrogance, and the unbelievable way he puts himself above all and everyone. This is a public service announcement against fame, liberalism, drug use, and growing up in Hollywood.

This guy, at this point, won't see 50. This has to break Martin's heart.