Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Liberal Lunacy, Progressive Poltroons


The Liberal Loony Birds, Boobies and Nuthatches are Cawing like Crazy

Madonna continues angering concertgoers by serially flashing her breasts and threatening them with her bare bottom. They became outraged when she went full monty and bared her Obama.

I feel sorry for old Madge. So much of her antics have a desperate, clutching “Hey! Look at me!” quality.  Reminds me of a certain president...

Rumor has it she is still hissy at Lady Gagme because the youngster wouldn't let The Matron of Pop mount her and tongue-kiss her on national TV like she did to Brittany Spears.

Poor Madonna also exposes the cruel irony that the more desperately one tries to hide her age, the older and more foolish she ends up looking.  The world’s first Golden Anniversary Rock Band (A 50 year old rock band, what an absurdity!), the Rogain Stones, proved it during the Bush years with their pathetic Top 1000 ‘hit’ “Sweet Neocon.”

 Remember that wildly popular and raucous song? Neither does anyone else.

Meanwhile, gurlz all over the US are dropping their panties in anticipation of getting it on with Barack in the voting booth. I have criticized that sex video put out by Obama’s campaign, but I see their point. America voted for Obama four years ago, and now we’re all screwed.

Why 9/11/2012 is not 9/11/2001

Dave Miller, a common sense liberal and all around good guy made some very sensible comments yesterday, and they deserve an answer.

Benghazi is different than 9/11 for the following reasons:

* 9/11 is an important anniversary always involving heightened security. Why were our embassies not postured securely?

* We have documented evidence of Ambassador Stevens asking for more security. The Obama administration failed to give it to him


* We have documented evidence that classified messages, flash alerts and finally cell phone calls were made by the people under attack. The Obama administration failed to act, leaving Americans to die a horrible death in a foreign hell hole.

* In summary, information leading up to 9/11/2001 was sketchy and imprecise. The Benghazi terrorist attack was predictable, falling on 9/11, with specific requests for increased security and specific, actionable information about the on-going attack, with US forces within reach.

We the People need to fire Obama

He is an incompetent poltroon, and senior military "leadership" are adopting his style.  President Romney's first act should be to fire every tinhorn general who failed to act.  And he needs to do it "Branded" style, publicly ripping the rank off of the disgraced cowards' uniforms, while breaking their swords over his knee.

A great nation does not leave its citizens to die!  It runs to the sound of the guns.

44 comments:

conservativesonfire said...

"A great nation does not leave its citizens to die! It runs to the sound of the guns."

We were that nation once. Can we be again? Is it possible the charactor that once described America has been erroded beyond repair?

Z said...

SF, I believe your points are compelling and show why we need to fire Obama. But, these are being ignored. The LA Times didn't carry a word in their Sunday paper this week, according to a friend of mine...nothing on Benghazi. I have put on CNN at the top of many hours lately to see if they cover it...nothing. It's an outrageous neglect of the media's duties; to tell America what's really going on. And they are not. I believe this is about waiting until after November 6; Obama's people know there will be hearings THEN. WHen America had voted as uninformed dupes.

As for Madonna...a month ago she greeted the crowd with "We have a Black president..a Muslim in the White House...who CARES?"
That about says it all.

Bunkerville said...

Your last sentence summed it up. Enough said.q

FreeThinke said...

The very fact that the likes of Madonna could achieve "success" is proof positive that we have lost Western Civilization to the Powers of Hell.

Like the late, unlamented Michael Jackson and our illustrious president, however, Madonna is NOT the problem. Our RECEPTIVITY to her nightmarish caricature of "charisma" is at the very center of our ROTTEN core and the source of most of our ills.

And no, I am NOT kidding.

Come to FreeThinke's blog today, and listen to three great examples of what popular entertainment USED to be all about before it became polluted by satanic influences.

FreeThinke said...

GREAT NEWS:

Even National Public Radio now puts Romney in an EIGHT POINT LEAD over UNOHOO!

WOW! Talk about the Rats deserting a sinking shit.

With any luck poor Michelle will soon have to drop her daily 5-lb. lobster and go back to eatin' CORN PONE an' CHITTLIN'S again.

If you hear what you think might be the sound of demons chuckling in the background, that would be ME, and I ain't no demon.

The sweet smell of success is in the air.

Thanks you SANDY!

But let's not count our chickens before they're hatcheted. The enemedia lurks panting and slobbering in the wings with many aces still up their butts.

~ FT

Ducky's here said...

"A great nation does not leave its citizens to die! It runs to the sound of the guns."

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Just like Saint Ronnie Raygun after he cut and ran when he put the Marines in an unprotected exposed position in Lebanon when Fatso Sharon's mouth wrote checks his ass couldn't cash.

Embassy attacks happen. Did the right wing diaper pissers do anything but call for killing more Muslim civilians after attacks on U.S. embassies during the Chucklenuts administration?

This is such bullshit. It's like using that idiot Madonna as a symbol of the left. That would be like using the Westboro Baptist church as a symbol of z's religion. Something the left has the intellectual honesty not to do.

Dave Miller said...

Again Silver, our government in 2001 had reasonable knowledge ahead of time that something was afoot, even penning the infamous "Bin Laden determined to attack America" memo and complete with Sec. Rice saying that airplanes being used were in the mix.

Guess what? Our government missed it. They screwed up. That does not make President Bush a horrible person. It does not make him a man who hates America.

When our soldiers wanted to surround Tora Bora and get Bin Laden early, the Bush Admin backed off. We screwed up. This also does make Bush a horrible person or a person who hates America.

Because of these incidents, thousands of Americans and American soldiers have died.

I am not saying Obama did not screw up. Maybe he did and if so, we'll find out soon enough.

But the level of vitriol towards him coming from the right is just as bad, if not worse, than what was wrongly directed at President Bush.

It has been personal and determined to cast him as unAmerican and uncaring about our military.

It has been, if I may, been UnAmerican.

As a country we have always been critical of our presidents policies. We have not in recent history called our presidents unAmerican.

When did that begin?

I cannot fathom, if indeed there are some serious mistakes, it will take nearly as long as it did for the Watergate fiasco to come to light.

The larger question will be whether America, upon hearing the verdict on government, from government, will choose to accept that verdict, or reject it because it does not fit their particular partisan viewpoint, right or left.

Just my thoughts... and thanks for nice words...

Grung_e_Gene said...

What a bunch of malarkey. We ***only*** got screwed 4 years ago when Obama got elected. Yep, ALL our problems started when that man got into the White House. Before that we were a great nation.

Must have been when ERA was being defeated and young ladies couldn't make such lewd videos (quick get the fainting couch)!!!

American must have been great when voting was restricted because you can't have those people and women voting because they don't vote to enrich the Plutocracy tut-tut. And they vote to make child labor illegal! Good Gawd!

America must have been great when we manifested our destiny and slaughtered those savages who had it coming because as Mormonism proved the Indians killed the Mound Builders who were one of the lost tribes!!!

What a crock! It'll be great fun to read you over the next 4 years once Obama is President again.

Silverfiddle said...

Ducky: You made the same idiotic comparison yesterday. Are you senile?

Dave: Obama has specific information. Time/Place. There was no excuse other than gross incompetence.

Ducky's here said...

Hardly senile. It's just that you have to go slow with the fringe right and emphasize repetition.

You know, the way turds like Steyn whip up a fake issue and get you barking like trained seals.

I'd be circumspect about calling anyone senile.

Constitutional Insurgent said...

"s a country we have always been critical of our presidents policies. We have not in recent history called our presidents unAmerican."

This happens when a party believes themselves to be the embodiment of all that it means to be American.....even though they have principles that run counter to liberty, and govern almost indiscernible from their opponents.

It happens when the very media and chattering class that they deride as 5th columnists, routinely fail to take them to task for this readily apparent hypocrisy.

Always On Watch said...

Speaking of lunatics! Sheesh.

Always On Watch said...

Please read THIS ESSAY BY THOMAS SOWELL. America is being suckered by Obama's con game related to Benghazi.

It's not good enough to say, "Sooner or later, we'll find out the truth about Benghazi." If the truth is as hideous as it now appears (Be objective! I'm trying very hard to be), then America will be faced with removing many from office if Obama is re-elected. I, for one, don't care to see America go through another crisis such as Nixon's resignation.

Well, maybe one good thing would come out of a Benghazi scandal for a second-term BHO: the Democratic Party would be ruined and powerless for years!

I still say that such a benefit isn't worth the national pain.

Jersey McJones said...

I guess there's just no tragedy horrible enough for the Righties not to politicize it (while ignoring their own role, of course).

JMJ

Shaw Kenawe said...

"As a country we have always been critical of our presidents policies. We have not in recent history called our presidents unAmerican.

When did that begin?"

Recently, when Barack Hussein Obama won the presidency in 2008, and when certain political elements in the GOP allowed and even encouraged, with cagey language, questioning of his American birth, when it was absolutely clear he was born in America.

Melonheads like Trump--a incomparable jerk whom Mitt Romney happily accepted as a supporter--are still comfortable in questioning where Mr. Obama's was born.

In my lifetime, that never happened to any other president.

And I understand why.

FreeThinke said...

She preached upon “breadth” till it argued her narrow —
The broad are too broad to define:
And of “truth” until it proclaimed her a liar —
The truth never flaunted a sign.

Simplicity fled from her counterfeit presence
As gold from the pyrites would flee.
What confusion would cover the innocent Jesus
To meet one so able as she!


[Sorry, Emily, I just couldn't help it, but I know you'd understand -- better'n any of 'em.]

Ducky's here said...

Well, maybe one good thing would come out of a Benghazi scandal for a second-term BHO: the Democratic Party would be ruined and powerless for years!


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Why?

Are you on drugs?

This is huge non issue.

Ducky's here said...

Speaking of lunatics! Sheesh.

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A Michael Moore production.
Pretty good.

Silverfiddle said...

Four people murdered by terrorists while the president breezes off to Vegas after a good nights sleep is not a non-issue.

Well, for for worshipers of the Obamessiah it is, I guess.

Leticia said...

This issue is not going to go away until Obama and his administration admit that they knew and DID NOTHING!

Your last comment speaks volumes.

FreeThinke said...

If I didn't know those two Bostonian scapegraces just HAD to be kidding, I'd be offended, but they just come here to play the clown and see if they can get a rise out of us.

Trouble is -- it WORKS!

OUR fault not theirs.

They bait. We bite.

For SHAME!

Finntann said...

The comparisons to past events are straw men. I don't recall any of you defending the Bush administration with claims that the Japanese attacked us under Roosevelt. We are not arguing that the administration should have prevented the attack.

What we are questioning is why the administration ignored requests for additional security, and apparently requests for help.

To paraphrase... it's not the event, it's the response stupid!

Finntann said...

@The very fact that the likes of Madonna could achieve "success" is proof positive that we have lost Western Civilization to the Powers of Hell.

While not particularly a Madonna fan, the issue today is not her qualifications as a singer/entertainer but the fact that somewhere along the line singers/actors/entertainers lost sight of the fact that their business is entertainment, and somehow think their opinions on other matters outside their area of expertise should carry weight.

Somewhere along the line the American public began to equate fame with competency and suspended judgement on qualifications.

The number of Hollywood talking heads with little to no education is astonishing if you do a little research.

Jersey McJones said...

I just wrote this on Leticia's blog and I'll repeat it here:

"Obviously very bad decisions were made regarding the Benghazi attack, but what conspiracy theory you guys are chasing is beyond me. What are you talking about?

A stupid anti-Islam video provided cover for an attack on a US embassy that was mishandled by the administration. It seems to me there's a chance it would never have happened without that stupid video.

Do you disagree???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

JMJ"

Answer that, cons.

JMJ

Silverfiddle said...

Jersey:
No conspiracy, just a stupid, dithering, inexperienced president who left people to die.

Finntann said...

Who said anything about a conspiracy? Incompetance doesn't require a conspiracy.

On September 18th the National Intelligence Office concluded the preponderance of evidence shows there hadn't been a pre-attack protest.

On September 20th the CIA assessed that there wasn't a protest directly preceding the attack.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203400604578071302911132288.html

State Department: No video protest at the Benghazi consulate

http://thecable.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2012/10/09/state_department_no_video_protest_at_the_benghazi_consulate

You're the only one still rambling on about a video

Always On Watch said...

Duck,
Benghazi IS a huge issue.

If all those power players in the White House did, in fact, sit there watching a video for four hours and did nothing, THAT is a huge issue. Answers are required? Why do nothing? Why prevent the commander in North Africa from sending a response and relieve him of command when he wouldn't go along with the non-response?

Something is very, very rotten!

As for Michael Moore, I know that you love his work.

But for every Greatest Generation person that Moore included in that video, there is a least one Greatest Generation who vehemently disagrees.

Ah, well. Everything all about agenda.

I'm sick of it, sick of it, SICK Of IT! We've "lost the plot"!

FreeThinke said...

Anyone notice the difference between Obama's approach to "Benghazi" and his approach to "Sandy?"

Incredible!

Even more incredible is the way it plays in "Peoria."

It's the HYPOCRISY, Stupid.

The HYPOCRISY!

Silverfiddle said...

FT: Yeah, yesterday Obama said "We leave no one behind." Unless you're a US ambassador and consulate staff...

beamish said...

A stupid anti-Islam video provided cover for an attack on a US embassy that was mishandled by the administration. It seems to me there's a chance it would never have happened without that stupid video.

Should the MPAA issue a new rating guideline for these kinds of movies? "Rated ID. May cause Incompetence in Democrat foreign policy."

Grung_e_Gene said...

If only Obama had strutted and puffed up his chest and said "Bring'em On!" Then every Chicken hawk keyboard commando conservative over here would have signed up for service in Libya.

What a joke. Thousands of Americans die for a worthless war in Iraq, thousands die in New York City because of a president more interested in lowering taxes on the rich and the conservatives not only don't ask any questions they declare anyone who does question their little cowboy president to be a traitor.

Conservatism is Terrorism you aid and abet terrorists against America every time a democratic election goes against you.

Dave Miller said...

David Ignatius is asking some very pointed questions of the Obama Admin on this. Contrary to those who aim to just punish or slam, he is trying to ask the tough questions.

One angle he intimates is this... what if the Obama Admin made a decision to sacrifice Benghazi, so as not to inflame the other areas in the Middle East where other uprisings were springing up simultaneously?

It's doubtful that would be a decision that many would like, but there are times when a military commander must make a decision to sacrifice a few for the many, and we have done it many times over the years.

We'll get to the bottom of this... but there will always be some who, no matter the outcome, will only be happy to see their interpretation of events vindicated.

It reminds me of the Rodney King and OJ Simpson debacles in Los Angeles.

After the officers in the Rodney King beatings were found not guilty, many in the liberal community were outraged. They were told by conservatives that since they were not in the courthouse everyday, they could not possibly know all the evidence and that they should accept the "honest" verdict of the court.

After the Simpson verdict was released, both sides switched their viewpoints on the efficacy of the courts. Now the conservatives were outraged. But the liberals and those backing Simpson responded by pointing out that those who were complaining were not in the courtroom every day and could not possibly know all the evidence that was being presented, and thus, should accept the "honest" verdict of the court.

Silver, sadly, each side will interpret this to suit their political bias. Believable or not, many still argue that Nixon was railroaded.




Silverfiddle said...

@ Gene: "If only Obama had strutted and puffed up his chest and said "Bring'em On!"

No Gene. If only Obama had immediately ordered a 20 man quick reaction force dropped into Benghazi instead of sleeping peacefully and then jetting off to Vegas.

Dave:
I read the Ignatius piece. Very thoughtful. If that is indeed the calculus they made, then they need to own up to it. By my lights, it's sickening, if that is indeed what they did.

Dave Miller said...

Silver, if a command decision was made to sacrifice a few, to save many, why would that have been a bad decision?

I do agree that Obama needs to own whatever decision he made. If you own the good ones publicly, [bin laden] you need to own the crummy, or difficult ones publicly too.

Just my thinking...

Silverfiddle said...

Dave: what a horrible and cavalier trade-off you posit.

If that is indeed what he did, he should be impeached, and the generals who went along with is court martialed.

So what would be the "many" you invoke? Phantoms in someone's head.

Silverfiddle said...

It is scary the lengths that even sane and apparently good-hearted people will go to in order to justify Obama's actions.

Z said...

I just heard a liberal on Greta Van S's show...he talked about how horrid the even newer evidence is about please for help, rather begrudingly, and said "But that shouldn't affect votes."

I just don't understand these people. To me, character is huge. Letting people die is huge.

go figure

Dave Miller said...

Silver, I'm not justifying his actions at all. In fact, if what Theissen writes in the WaPo doednt challenge everyone, nothing will.

But, if people do not think these types of decisions are frequently made in war, or combat situations, they are kidding themselves.

War is hell and those who have had to make command decisions of this magnitude... well I won't deride them...

Silverfiddle said...

Dave,
I served in Afghanistan and Iraq, among many other places, so I understand that stuff happens, but there is no excuse for leaving these people to die. None.

In war and other such situations, we go in blindly all the time to get others out of trouble, which is why Panetta's comments were such rot, and anyway, this was not a war.




Right Wing Theocrat said...

"Meanwhile, gurlz all over the US are dropping their panties in anticipation of getting it on with Barack in the voting booth."

And that's essentially why you're in this mess, when a sizable minority of morons like these are out there voting, your nation will end up abandoning your finest and bravest to the scum of the earth.

What surprises me about such @#%wits is that obama isn't even the typical liberal male like clinton or jfk. obama is a lot of things including an incompetent disgrace, but if nothing else he doesn't cheat on his wife even if he could get away with it.

And yet there are so many of them ready and willing, as many commentators have said, they're not voting for the man but some imaginary person in their pot-addled heads.

It's a real worry when such idiots are influencing the direction of your country.

Dave Miller said...

Well Silver, I guess we will have to wait for all the facts to come out on this one.

I find it interesting that the very same politicians and news commenters who ripped Harry Reid for passing on publicly a rumor that Mitt Romney paid no taxes for 10 years, have had no such moral outrage about passing on admitted rumors about the Benghazi events.

Both Gingrich and Sean Hannity, darlings of the GOP and the right, shared what they admitted were unsubstantiated rumors last night and to date, I've heard no one on the conservative side calling that an outrage.

It 100% defines the problems of politics right now in America. it's disgusting when you do it, but completely fine when I do it, because my side is right.

It's sickening. Wrong is wrong, no matter who does it.

Silverfiddle said...

Obama's White House could have immediately published a transparent timeline, but instead they relied on their handmaidens in the press to sweep it all under the carpet.

Dave Miller said...

Hardly Silver... the fact that people are aware of this, and the supposed liberal rag WaPo is publishing editorials by respected foreign policy analysts belies your central point, that the press is obscuring the truth.

Is that reality, or is the right mad because their conclusions, not yet proven, have not been reported as fact?

Again, as I've said many times, if the current admin is involved in a coverup, we'll hear about it.

What journalist would not want that type of scoop?

The right is very quick to paint the press as hopelessly in the tank for Obama, but slow to agree with a ton of analysis that says they were very slow, or unwilling to question the Bush Admin in the run up to the war in Iraq.

Silver, is it true that Gingrich and others were just passing on rumors last night on FOX, as they have admitted? Is this the mark of good journalism?

Silverfiddle said...

Editorials are not news. FOX reporting qualifies their sources and not directly from the White House. In the absence information from the Obama administration, you go with what you can and qualify it as they have done.

I'll say it again: The Ambassador asked for more security and Obama refused to give it to him.

If Obama gets credit for killing UBL, he gets the blame for these deaths as well.