A bunch of leftist losers from the Occupy bullshit movement interrupted Mitt Romney while he was giving a speech the other day.
From The Hill:
CLIVE, Iowa – Occupy Wall Street protestors interrupted Mitt Romney’s speech in a suburban Des Moines warehouse Monday night, breaking in with their rallying cry of “mic check” and yelling up at the candidate.
Romney paused, seemingly thrown off-balance, and the crowd began chanting “Mitt, Mitt,” loudly to drown out the protestors.
The protests quieted down for a moment. Romney thanked his supporters and then tried to return to his speech. “Let’s talk about the Constitution again,” he began.
“Citizens United is not a part of the Constitution,” a protestor yelled. “Stop the war on the poor,” another proclaimed, leading to boos from the crowd and a tight smile from Romney.
A supporter yelled “go to work,” drawing laughs from the partisan audience.
Nice to see the crowd drown out the morons. That “go to work” comment was a great start, but conservatives and republicans need to start shouting these idiots down, making fun of them and ridiculing them along the way.
How about this chant: “Get a job. Earn some pay. Leftist losers go away!”
Same thing when union goons start throwing elbows and attempting to shout down or interrupt conservative events. Let’s throw some punches back. We should be out there will video cameras and baseball bats. When the left wants to shut us down, we should beat them down.
Not yet ready to declare: WORD PRESS SUCKS, but, the recent banning of BareNakedIslam.wordpress.com, a website devoted to exposing the atrocities of radical Islam by WordPress really pisses me off.
See Gatewaypundit. A Tweet from BNI:
BARE NAKED ISLAM has been taken down by WordPress thanks to CAIR terrorists. Looking for a new host now.
Bare Naked Islam is a popular and edgy counter-jihad blog that recently found itself in CAIR’s cross-hairs because BNI supported the right of home improvement store Lowe’s to not be forced to advertise (and pay for said advertising) on a low-rated TV show that tries to whitewash islamic supremacism. CAIR does not like that BNI uses language which does not bow to the cultural marxism of ‘political correctness’ and tells the truth about the brutal and atrocious crimes against humanity that are committed every single day all over the world by islamic supremacists for islam. So CAIR has been pushing to get the blog Bare Naked Islam shut down, because CAIR hates free speech.
I’m a 1st Amendment absolutist who believes anyone should be able to say, print or post anything they want about anything, regardless of whether it’s racially, religiously, culturally or otherwise offense to some group or individual.
It’s like TV, if you don’t like what you see on a particular channel, CHANGE THE FUCKING CHANNEL, YOU IDIOT.
I’ve been a happy WordPress user for almost five years now. I love the simplicity and ease of use the program affords bloggers. It’s easy enough to manipulate so that if you want to customize a template, as I have with this one, you can. Or if you’re a complete novice, you can just go with the gazillion free templates out there for your use.
But, this business of bowing to CAIR is almost enough to make me switch to Joomla or some other program. The good folks at BareNakedIslam, I hope, have learned the value of owning your own URL. In the meantime, I’m going to write a nasty gram over at the WordPress forum about their cowardly action.
Why is there public official in the U.S. speaking with such clarity.
Another great rant from Pat Condell
11 million people died in Nazi death camps.
Watch the whole thing. Visit the Holocaust Museum too. Never forget.
Been reading “The Battle” by Arthur C. Brooks over the past couple days. The subtitle sums up the theme of the book: “How the Fight Between FREE ENTERPRISE and BIG GOVERNMENT Will Shape America’s Future.”
He divides America into two basic political groups. There the 70 percent for which politics really aren’t that big a deal, and the 30 percent for whom politics is almost religion. The divide is also along cultural lines, hence the culture war as described in the book between those who believe in limited government, individualism and free enterprise, and the collectivists, socialists, liberals, statists or whatever else you’d like to call people who look to government and government control of all aspects of life as the best way to ensure human happiness.
Anyway, Brooks points out how the current depression was caused and is owned, lock, stock and barrell by Democrats and liberals. It was bad policy, bad housing policy going back more than three decades that created the housing collapse that led to the financial system collapse and the current prolonged and long-lasting depression.
But, he also notes that Republicans had a very big hand in creating the mess we’re in right now:
It was a Republican administration that began the huge Wall Street and Detroit bailout. This raised expectations about future levels of spending that the incoming administration was able to fulfill. And for years before the crisis, Republicans weakened the culture of free enterprise, just like Democrats. During those years, the GOP talked about free enterprise while simultaneously growing the government with borrowed money and increasing the percentage of citizens with no income tax liability. These politicians spent billions of tax dollars on special interests with every bit as much gusto as the most shameless statists on the left.
Look at social spending at the federal level — always a target of Republicans running for office. From 2001 to 2008, when the GOP occupied the White House and during part of which they also controlled both houses of Congress, these expenditures rose. Even after adjusting for inflation, for example, the Department of Education grew by 54 percent.
It doesn’t stop there. Consider new entitlements such as Medicare Part D, the program to give prescription drugs to seniors, cooked up in a bipartisan process in 2003. The Medicare Modernization Act became the largest medical entitlement program in history… But it was enacted under a Republican government and created a climate of spending that made today’s future-sapping expenditures somehow seem acceptable.
Under the Republicans, Americans became aware of infamous “earmarks.” … President Bush signed spending bills containing more than 55,000 earmarks.
And then there’s good old-fashioned government pork and outright corruption with public money. Think of Alaska’s Ted Stevens, the seven-term Republican senator responsible for the infamous “bridge to nowhere.”
Republicans, who once counted spending discipline as a core value, have been responsible as Democrats for the growth of government in recent years.
I remember in 1994 (I think) when Republicans won control of Congress after decades of Democrat rule. They all came to Washington vowing to cut government and eliminate at least one government agency. Two agencies ripe for picking were (and are) the Department of Education and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
If ever conservatives get serious about defunding the left, those two agencies need to go. But, back in the early ’90s all the brand new GOP chairman of various oversight committees, particularly the HUD and Education committees, realized that without the agencies, they no longer had their committee grandstands upon which to pontificate.
Same thing with all the talk back then of privatizing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the two secondary market leaches that are bleeding the U.S. Treasury dry. It was known for years that those two government-sponsored political cash cows were huge risks to the treasury. But, when the subcommittee chairman overseeing the two mortgage giants realized that privatizing took them out of his control, and possible dried up all the political contributions he and his colleagues got from them, the issue went away.
So now we have a bunch of Republicans hoping to capitalize on the mess the Democrats have made of the economy. They’ll talk conservative and free markets until after the election and then rejoin the Democrats in pursuing the same reckless spending, albeit at a slower pace.
I don’t trust Republicans, and no conservative should.
Now here’s something everyone can enjoy: May 20 is Draw Mohammed Day! What fun!!!
From Hot Air blog:
I will be employing my tremendous skill as an illustrator, of course, and expect that my colleagues will do the same. If they refuse, they will be declared weak-kneed, namby-pamby, quisling infidels and will be shamed on this blog (Though such idle threats rarely work these days; perhaps I could threaten them with a painful death, which seems to do the trick). If readers would like to show their solidarity, please email your Mohammad masterpieces to me here: mmoynihan at reason.com. The best ones will be published on Hit & Run, which, along with the concomitant death threat, is reward enough.
Cue the predictable media squealing that “you’ll only antagonize them!” Antagonism, actually, is an idea straight out of the Hirsi Ali playbook: Her point to Anderson Cooper in the clip I posted earlier was that only by sharing the risk of retaliation for blasphemy can the public help protect her, Parker, Stone and other insolent infidels. If each threat produces more blasphemers than it silences, then threats suddenly become counterproductive. Or at least, they do to rational minds. (A flaw in the theory?)
While you mull your contribution, here’s an interview Ben Shapiro did with Comedy Central honcho Doug Herzog last year, in which Herzog seems to say that they probably shouldn’t have censored the depiction of Mohammed in “South Park” a few years ago. Funny how a few new threats can get people to reconsider.
Can’t wait to see what all the infidels come up with.
I’m no fan of Karl Rove, but he’s a conservative and he has a right to speak in public without some leftist dirt bag shouting him down.
Wonder why the folks sitting on either side of this jerk, as well as those in front and behind him just sat their and let him shout like that. Someone should have beat the shit out of him.
Punch a hippie and help save Democracy in the U.S. of A.
Been reading a lot lately about leftist trying to infiltrate Tea Party protests planned for Tax Day last week. Apparently, the effort, like so much that liberals attempt, was a colossal fail, because Tea Party participants were aware of the plan and responded by identifying plants in their midst and standing next to them with signs saying so.
But I’m afraid, conservatives aren’t quite ready to go head-to-head with leftist dirt bags when they actually get violent.
Consider this story about two Republicans who left a meeting in New Orleans and had the stuffings beat out of them by a mob of dirty hippies.
On Friday April 9, 2010, GOP official Allee Bautsch and her boyfriend Joe Brown attended a Republican dinner at Brennan’s restaurant in New Orleans. When they left this event they were followed from the restaurant by a group of five white men who hurled insults at them calling Allee a “little blond bitch” and calling Joe a “f**king f*ggot.” They brutally beat and stomped on the young Republican couple just blocks from the restaurant.
Go read the rest of the account.
And get angry.
Time to sign up for some self-defense classes, keep a set of brass knuckles in the pocket of your navy blazer, and beat the living shit out of these dirt bags.
I told my boys when they were in public school that they weren’t allowed to start fights. BUT, if someone started a fight with them, they were definitely not allowed to LOSE the fight.
Same principle holds here. We picket. We protest. We speak out in public and argue in favor of our positions. We let the other side do the same.
BUT, when it comes to having our speakers shouted down, pelted with eggs or pies, our meeting disrupted, or our people getting beat up…
DAMN IT, we better start fighting back and fighting back hard. You want this stuff to stop? Make it too painful to continue.
You may have to go to jail, but time served for defending yourself and your right to speak in public is jail time well served.
We are at war with an intolerant bunch of self-righteous thugs who recognize no limits on their behavior. To them there is nothing wrong with assaulting an innocent couple walking back to their hotel room after attending a political meeting. Because, that couple was engaged in what the left considers immoral political activity, conservative political activism. Therefore, the couple deserved a beat down.
Listen, there is no reasoning with people who think like this. Don’t try it, don’t waste your time. Be prepared to fight, fight dirty and fight to win.
Haven’t been writing here for some time. Been busy with the new job.
With ObamaCare becoming the law of the land, the Democrats are now starting to whine that crazed, right wing, teabagging nut jobs are threatening violence against them.
Despite zero, zilch, nada evidence of such violence. And inspite of real violence, a gun fired a a Virginia Republican congressman’s office.
Here’s a handy run down of real violence, by real nutjobs, the ones on the left.
From The Jawa Report:
* It was not the fear of conservative violence that caused Ann Coulter’s speech to be canceled this week.
* It was a liberal who bit the finger off a man who disagreed with him on health care.
* It was Obama-loving Amy Bishop who took a gun to work and murdered co-workers.
* Joseph Stack flew his plane into the IRS building after writing an
* It was liberals who destroyed AM radio towers outside of Seattle.
* It’s liberals who burn down Hummer dealerships.
* It was progressive SEIU union thugs who beat a black conservative man who spoke his mind.
* It’s doubtful that a conservative fired shots into a GOP campaign headquarters.
* In fact, Democrats have no monopoly on having their offices vandalized.
* Don’t forget it was Obama’s friend Bill Ayers who used terrorism as a tool for political change. SDS is still radical, with arrests in 2007 and the storming of the CATO Institute in July 2008.
* It was a liberal who was sentenced to two years for bringing bombs and riot shields to the Republican National Convention in 2008.
* It was a liberal who threatened to kill a government informant who infiltrated her Austin-based group that planned to bomb the RNC.
* It was liberals who assaulted police in Berkeley.
* It was liberals who intimidated and threw rocks through the windows of researchers.
* The two Black Panthers who stood outside polls intimidating people with nightsticks were probably not right-wingers.
* Every time the G20 gets together, it’s not conservatives who destroy property and cause chaos.
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again right now, I’d love to be at a public event where a bunch of leftists try to shout down or intimidate a conservative speaker. I’d gladly go to jail for beating the shit out of some loudmouth leftist dirtbag.
It’d be my pleasure.
As usual, Brit Pat Condell strikes a blow for common sense and liberty:
“When truth is against the law, there is something seriously wrong with the law” — Pat Condell
You see these bumper stickers on Suburu Legacys and Priuses all the time. I’ve always thought they represented a rather vacuous, if high-minded, liberal humbug.
The blog Wiser Time does an excellent job deconstructing the idea of “tolerance” behind the iconic bumper sticker.
Let’s break it down. We’ll call each worldview by the letter it’s supposed to represent. So:
C = Islam
O = Pacifism
E = “Gender equality” (=the LGBT agenda)
X = Judaism
I = Wicca / Pagan / Bah’ai
S =Taoism / Confucianism
T = Christianity
And let’s assume a very broad definition of “coexist”: living together without calling for the destruction of each other. Here are the problems with that:
C wants to kill E, X, T, and (by implication) O. If they achieved the world they wanted, I and S would also no longer exist.
O doesn’t allow for effective resistance or defeat of C.
E stands in direct opposition to C, X, and T, and accuses those who speak against them of hate speech. Also, they’re trying to edge X and T out of public schools in favor of their own agenda. (They’re afraid C will be offended, so they get less trouble.) E is actually very, very intolerant.
X’s existence is threatened not only by C but also by O, who invariably supports C over X.
I and S are statistically insignificant and are mainly on there to complete the bumper sticker.
T is who the bumper sticker is really arguing against, but poses no physical threat to any of the others.
Historically, T has brought about more tolerance– “coexistence” if you will– than any other movement. But the kind of “coexistence” the people who make this sticker envision is one where at least X and T are completely marginalized.
Also, check out the terrific debate raging in the comment section.
Garrison Keillor has delusions of grandeur, judging by this note from Newsbusters:
What role do you feel public radio plays in America today? – Cameron Homer, Pocatello, Idaho
Its role is to talk to people who are stuck in traffic. And conservatives become incensed enough listening to public radio that it keeps them awake so they don’t drive into a fire hydrant. That’s what we do: we save the lives of thousands of right-wingers every year. And they never thank us for it.
Yea right. If anyone listened to NPR, they wouldn’t need the millions Congress throws at them every year to stay on the air. Given an evening drive time choice of Sean Hannity, Dennis Miller or NPR, I’d pick Miller (radio for people with brains). I’d rather listen to static than tune into the leftist agitprop on NPR.
I figured out Keillor’s schtick way back in the 1980s. A lot of my more “intellectual” Christian friends were enamored of his folksy humor. But I saw it for what it was then and continues to be today, a continual leftist attack on everything I believe.
Haven’t listened to Keillor or NPR for nearly 30 years. In fact, I’d be happy if a new conservative Congress came to power and defunded NPR completely.Newer Posts »