Saturday, November 26, 2011


Thursday, November 17, 2011

Occupy WTF?

I haven't honestly cared one way or the other about the self styled 99%. I can't believe its garnered so much media and pundit attention. Nor have I had to experience the tired chants and vapid bellowing of the new hippie generation first hand.

But I will say're right to peaceably protest does not revoke my right of free passage. Any of these pale, rat bearded hygiene-free, Che shirt wearing knuckleheads keep me from getting to my place of employment, of home from said fist might accidentally occupy the same space as their face.

Walk around with signs asking for free stuff all you wish. Camp on the sidewalk, feel good about your self-righteous intentions all you want.

Just don't dare and try to keep me from occupying the place where I earn a paycheck.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Quote of the Day

You cannot subcontract out the duties of President.

-Tea Party Nation...speaking of Herman Cain

Cain finally says something intelligent

GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain said he supports the ability of states to make medical marijuana available as a treatment for patients.
"If states want to legalize medical marijuana, I think that's a state's right," Cain said while campaigning in Iowa. "Because one of my overriding approaches to looking at all  of these issues -- most of them belong at the state, because when you do something federally ... you try to force one-size-fits-all."

Oh allegedly conservative show to rail against the allegedly conservative media

How far has true Conservatism fallen by the wayside when celebutwits have shows like this?
As we all know, Conservatives have few outlets in the media. Other than Fox News and a few talk radio shows, Conservatives are greatly outnumbered. TV talk shows and news programs are inundated with liberal robots spewing their hatred toward all-things-Conservative; so the folks at Patriot Update have created an alternative.

As we all know, if the media were institutionally liberal, they'd do a far better job taking apart these hacks who really believe that they're Conservative.

They're not Conservative...they're Republican....huge difference. They're just not smart enough to realize it.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Why does Michelle Bachmann hate General Petraeus?

"Obama is allowing the ACLU to run the CIA" - Bachmann
I'm sure General Petraeus would be interested in that bit of information.

"The CIA is no longer interrogating anyone" - Bachmann
The High Value Detainee Interrogation Group would be interested in that sort of intelligence, no?

"Michelle Bachmann is an idiot" - Me

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Mad Max All-American Style!

The Local Motors Rally Fighter is literally the Frankenstein of the car world and looks like the love child of the Dark Knight’s tumbler and a Maserati Gran Turismo. If its arresting form seems strangely familiar to you, it’s probably because of the crowd-sourced origins of the Rally Fighter’s design, which utilizes a hodgepodge of parts sourced from a wide swath of major automakers. For example, you’d find the Rally Fighter’s door handles on the Mazda MX-5 Miata, taillights on the Honda Civic Coupe, steering column on Ford’s F-Series pickups and side mirrors on the Dodge Challenger.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Marketing Genius!


Thursday, November 3, 2011

Your tax dollars at work

Is this a case of "oh well both parties do it" or hypocrisy on behalf of the party that trumpeted they were going to end it?

In Congress, a really good law is like a really good movie. If audiences liked it the first time, they’re going to love a remake — or two.
That appeared to be the logic Tuesday evening as the House debated whether “In God We Trust” should be the national motto. Of course, “In God We Trust” already is the national motto, guaranteed by an act of Congress in 1956.
And “In God We Trust” had already been reaffirmed once before as the national motto, by another act of Congress in 2002.
Still, on Tuesday, the House spent 35 minutes debating whether the motto should be re-reaffirmed.
Last year, when Democrats controlled the House, they passed more than 250 commemorative resolutions, honoring everything from motherhood to motor homes.
When Republicans took over, they promised that would change. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) set out what aides called “the Cantor Rule.”
“Each day, we will hold ourselves accountable by asking the following questions: Are our efforts addressing job creation and the economy; are they cutting spending; and are they shrinking the size of the federal government while protecting and expanding individual liberty?” Cantor said at the beginning of this term. “If not, why are we doing it?”
So how does this re-reaffirmation fit into that?


Is this the smaller government you want?