Yes (THHO)Obama made another executive order; and with consideration of the tyrannical crap he’s been pulling, his latest order could be interpreted as the last and final straw. But if you know the background, the context, it ain’t no big deal.
Pull the wad outta yer panties and relax a little bit – just a little.
It ain’t fightin’ time just yet. That time is coming, count on it. But if you keep ringing the bell every few seconds, if the center keeps twitching the ball, if lil Johnny screams wolf with every other breath – then when the fight actually starts we’re gonna be sorely under-staffed.
You may even want to consider the possibility that (THHO)Obama ain’t as stupid as he seems and actually gets a chuckle or two by watching us flinch and duck every time he throws a feint.
Remember the global-warmies and take a lesson from their constant cries of alarm and blaming each and every undesirable fact of life on carbon dioxide. They wore it out – nobody takes them seriously anymore. But, unlike global warmzies, (THHO)Obama and company are real threats, and we can’t afford to numb any portion of our ranks with repetitious alarm.
» 2001: Eric Holder used 9/11 to argue more gun control laws
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Decreasing U.S. demand will lower oil prices, but increasing U.S. supply will not? This is ridiculous. Either both do or neither does. Does Obama read his own speeches?
Deterred? Hardly. Our undaunted seer of the energy future has come up with his own miracle fuel: algae. Yes, green slime, upon which Steven Chu’s Energy Department will be sprinkling yet another $14 million of taxpayer money.
This is the very same Dr. Chu who famously said in 2008 that he wanted U.S. gas prices to rise to European levels ($8–$10 a gallon) — and who Tuesday, eight months before Election Day, publicly recanted before Congress, Galileo-style.
An oil crisis looms, prices are spiking — and our president is extolling algae.
Want to know how a once-great nation becomes a once-great nation?
In Iran, Ahmadinejad and Khamenei get an endless window to repress their own people and build their nukes, while in Syria, Assad is told that it’s only a question of when he leaves. That’s not the kind of talk you use unless you mean to make him leave, one way or another, using the fig leaf of the international community, which can’t get a war vote through the UN, but can organize yet another Coalition of the Willing.
To the untrained ear this may sound a lot like the beating of war drums, but sophisticated types know that it’s actually the cowbell of peace jangling with the groovy beat of humanitarian vibes. Sure it may all end in bombs falling on Damascus, but they’ll be peace bombs painted rainbow colors by marines who have married each other in a special commitment ceremony.
When Steven Chu admits both that he wishes gas prices to soar to European levels and that he has no need either to drive or to own a car, then he is really saying, “I don’t have much concern for the results of my own fantasies.” …. When Barack Obama both calls for “skyrocketing” energy prices, and on his first January day in office turns up the West Wing thermostat to tropical temperatures, then there is a sort of immorality implicit in his entire ideology. At least Jimmy Carter put on a sweater and turned down the temperature to match his malaise rhetoric. Does Al Gore think that the Mexicans, Nigerians, or Venezuelans who supply some of the jet fuel that allows him to huckster via private aircraft are kinder to Earth in the Balance when they drill than when we would in ANWR or North Dakota?
This week, SheikH Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah, the grand mufti of Saudi Arabia — not a minor voice in the world of Islam — announced that he wished, according to his reading of Koranic-inspired statute, that all the churches in the Gulf region be destroyed. That threat was met with silence in the West. We know that had the pope said something equivalent (e.g., Europe should be free of mosques), we would have heard loud denunciations, perhaps even a declaration from President Obama that he did not wish his daughters growing up in a world of such religious bias.
why an abstract fact of legal or illegal entry into the United States has become a de facto “Latino” issue. There is zero concern voiced by Democrats over illegal aliens in general …. If the Mexican border were secure, and 1 million French Canadians were pouring into the U.S. without English, legality, education, or capital, the Latino community would be calling for border enforcement, expressing worry about the unfair competition to entry-level American workers, decrying the cost and separatism in providing French-English official documents, and regretting the mockery made of the law.
Peter Glover, writing at Energy Tribune, obliterates President Obama’s incessant lies about energy. He relays a stunning report that describes America’s natural energy reserves as an embarrassment of riches.
Which begs the question: with its economy running on fumes and a staggering deficit, why is America the only country on Earth that restricts access to its own vast energy resources? That’s a rhetorical question, since we now have a Democrat Party controlled by Marxist ideologues.
…. isn’t Chicago one of the most restrictive cities in the nation when it comes to handguns? And isn’t it one of the worst cities for gun crime? Those are rhetorical questions, for you drones reading along.
…. One day, perhaps the clue-bat will tap Democrats on their collective noggins and help them understand that the worst cities for gun crime are always those that most restrict access (unconstitutionally, mind you) to handguns.