“If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude than the animated contest of freedom, go from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains sit lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen!” – Samuel Adams

Archive for January 22nd, 2011

Look Who Found Out Keith Olbermann Was Fired

Look Who Found Out Keith Olbermann Was Fired

You know it had to happen sooner or later. There was no way things were going to go on long without Hitler finding out that MSNBC had fired ultra-liberal Keith “Max Headroom” Olbermann. At least the socialists still have Sheriff Dupnik to carry on their propaganda.

When Metaphors Attack!

When Metaphors Attack!

Guns don’t kill people, metaphors do. It’s true. Words have consequences. I tested it: Used a sports analogy just yesterday and a pick-up game of hoops broke out. This is liberal-think. Silly, isn’t it? We’re now to the point where the left’s disgraceful political exploitation of a national tragedy has sunk to such low-rent absurdity that it’s worthy of little more than ridicule.

Ike’s Admonition

Ike's Admonition

There can be no denying that America has truly become a nation of “spectacular and costly action.” We have, both individually and collectively, become a society of blind consumers and reckless spenders that looks to government as the guarantor of our comfort and security. Unable to distinguish between our wants and our needs, we’ve driven ourselves to the very brink of financial insolvency.

House health care repeal more like reality TV

House health care repeal more like reality TV

The House repeal of Obamacare was not theater. It was reality TV. The House repeal vote was important because the House is the legislative body closest to the people, and the people voted unequivocally last November to repudiate socialized medicine. It is the beginning of responsible government to start representing what the American people want and repeal is what Americans voted for.