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Finally, An Honest Democrat

Posted by bmac on October 31, 2007

See his website here!

The Mighty General Zod
2008 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

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Vote for your ruler

When I first came to your planet and demanded your homes, property and very lives, I didn’t know you were already doing so, willingly, with your own government. I can win no tribute from a bankrupted nation populated by feeble flag-waving plebians. In 2008 I shall restore your dignity and make you servants worthy of my rule. This new government shall become a tool of my oppression. Instead of hidden agendas and waffling policies, I offer you direct candor and brutal certainty. I only ask for your tribute, your lives, and your vote.

— General Zod
Your Future President and Eternal Ruler

He’s clearly a Democrat, but at least he’s honest.

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The Most Destructive Decade

Posted by bmac on October 30, 2007

We’ve only been prosperous as a country for about 50-60 years. When you think about it, the luxuries we enjoy and take for granted every day, were a pipe dream for most of our parents. When my dad was a kid for example, they didn’t have a refrigerator, they had an icebox. When I was a kid, our telephone was part of the old party line system, that is, we shared a line with one or two other families, and you’d pick up the phone, and half the time someone was talking, and you’d have to say “excuse me,” and wait till they got off.  That was the 60’s.

The boomers, which I missed by about 7 years, were the first generation in this country to be part of prosperous households, or the middle class, which didn’t really exist before the 50’s. I bet most people under 35, don’t even know that. They just assume Americans have always been prosperous, or at least for the last 100 years, and that there’s always been a middle class. It’s this lack of knowledge, that creates the idea that Americans are “privileged,” that the left loves to exploit as a major part of their propaganda machine.

The result of that first generation to be prosperous? They turned on everything that afforded them the same luxuries their parents never had, and made the 60’s a mess of a decade that is still wreaking havoc on us in 2007.

The 60’s are the core of the left’s playbook. They’ve glamorized the 60’s to such a degree, that protesting, questioning authority, and all that mess, are just automatic knee-jerk reactions to young adults, and older leftists, no matter how innocuous the subject of their disdain. The things leftists are enraged about today are laughable, and embarrassing, but the mind set is so deep, it just doesn’t matter, they gotta be pissed off about something, anything.

The activists in the 60’s had some legit beefs. Civil rights needed to happen. Whether or not you agreed with Vietnam, the draft was in effect, and chances were, you were going. I get being pissed about it.

In 2007, we have civil rights up the ying yang, we’re in a “war” that no one is being drafted to fight, the casualties and carnage of said conflict, are not much worse than that of say, Detroit, in the last four years, and as far as freedom of speech goes, well you’re reading my words right now, as you can read the words of anyone with access to the Internet.

There’s not much to be really all that upset about, let alone the absolute unbridled seething rage that comes from the left, that many feel is going to lead to violence in the coming year. Americans don’t learn their history, even recent history, and now we get over-educated dummies, dupes of the left and the university system, willing to kill Americans over nothing, brainwashed by the liberal media and college faculty to believe our country is everything that’s wrong with the world.

In conclusion of this long winded post, I’d say we have it so good in America, we’re so comfortable in 2007, we literally have to make up crises that do not exist. Anyone under 60 years old has never really dealt with hardship, and the 60’s and the boomers have spawned several generations of ignorant, spoiled, and delusional people that, for lack of a better word, are insane. 

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Democrats Plan a Shorter Workweek

Posted by bmac on October 30, 2007

UPDATE: HEADLINE ON DRUDGE 10/30

HOUSE IN A MESS

Perfect time to bring up shorter workweeks!

Democrats! Working for you! At least four days a week!

The House majority leader, Representative Steny H. Hoyer of Maryland, told fellow Democrats this week that the House would not be in session next year on Fridays, except in June for work on appropriations bills.

Explaining that decision to reporters, Mr. Hoyer said, “I do intend to have more time for members to work in their districts and to be close to their families.”

Read the whole thing.

Yeah, those poor overworked slaves to public service. Hell, why not take a year off? Nothing highlights how useless these “jobs” are as when a Senator runs for President. They’re basically persona non grata for two years, and no one seems to notice. How is it that Barack Obama, Hillary, Kucinich, etc, are able to perform their Senatorial duties while campaigning 24/7 for President? Why is this never questioned? Republicans are just as guilty, being useless is truly non-partisan.

We pay these tools $165,200 a year. Although approval for Congress is rock bottom, do you think they care? Why should they? Most will be re-elected no matter what, even if their approval ratings hit single digits. The reality is, Americans don’t participate much in the electoral process, and I myself was guilty of this for most of my life, so I speak from experience. Most people I know don’t vote, and if they do, vote on name recognition or party affiliation only. Unless your Senator or Congressman gets caught with an underage girl or boy, or in an airport bathroom soliciting sex, chances are, you have no idea what they’ve been up to. Our public servants know this, and exploit it, and we let them. That’s the system.  It’s broken. How do we fix it?

  

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Breaking: Mecha Claims Starting Ca. Wildfires?

Posted by bmac on October 30, 2007

Apparently mecha, a Mexican activist group,( I’m being nice here) has claimed responsibility for the California wildfires, and allegedly, Schwarzenegger has confirmed this. Not sure if it’s true, but if it is, I’m pretty sure the press will bury this story, as they’ve buried a lot of the things about these fires, for example, the massive amount of illegals that flooded over the border hidden by smoke. Or the guy the cops shot, that we haven’t heard any details about. Lot’s of weird stuff going on here.

This may be a hoax, but a local talk radio host that is pretty good, seems to believe it’s real. Should be interesting…..

Update: Seems to be a hoax, a CNN website turned out to be fake. There’s still lots of strange things about this though.

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Woman Found Dead in Trunk After Answering Craigslist Nanny Ad

Posted by bmac on October 29, 2007

“It seemed kind-of fishy, but she was just going to check it out and meet them.”

Everything about the Nanny culture is fishy. Hiring a live-in mom is twisted, I don’t care how busy you are. Way back when, I used to date a nanny, and I can tell you, there was some stuff going on in that house that would make Hugh Hefner blush. Unless your nanny looks like Madeline Albright, it’s a good bet one or both of the parents have something fishy going on with the nanny, whether it’s sex, or drugs, or one of the parents wanting a live in friend they can drink with at noon, the children seem to be the last priority when a nanny gets involved.

If you can afford a nanny, you can certainly afford one parent staying home to raise the kids. Hiring a nanny tells me you view your children as pets. I’m just as suspicious of young girls who want to do this kind of work. It just seems really odd to me when a cute girl under 30, would even be interested in raising someone else’s children in exchange for room and board, and a small salary. It strikes me as lazy. Kind of like they flipped a coin, “Stripper or Nanny?”

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Maybe There’s Some Hope For France

Posted by bmac on October 29, 2007

NEW YORK – France’s president abruptly ended a “60 Minutes” interview aimed at introducing him to U.S. audiences, dubbing it “stupid” and a “big mistake” and refusing to answer questions about his wife.

Good for him. The American press automatically looks for the tabloid story, and it’s really getting juvenile.

“If I had to say something about Cecilia, I would certainly not do so here,” Sarkozy replied.

Why can’t our politicians be this blunt with the press? Just once, Id like to see someone like Fred! or even Rudy tell any member of the press their question is stupid. Instead, they try to please everyone all the time. Here’s the best part:

Sarkozy said he admired Americans’ work ethic and the opportunities for advancement in the country, irrespective of class or background.

He said while his Hungarian father had worried that his surname would be an obstacle in France, “he was proven wrong.”

“That’s what he thought. That a name like Sarkozy was a handicap,” the president said. “That’s the reason why I like the United States. You can have a name like Schwarzenegger and be governor of California. You can be called Madeleine Albright and be secretary of state. You can be called Colin Powell or Condi Rice, and succeed.”

Wow. The President of France praising our country, and telling 60 minutes they’re stupid. Can we get some of that?

Story here.

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Friday Music Blogging

Posted by bmac on October 26, 2007

Friday’s should be kinda fun, so I’m going to review a few of my favorite “Rockumenteries” each week. I love rockumenteries. Just love em. You don’t even have to like the music or artist to be entertained by what usually ends up being a horribly embarrassing expose’ of what idiots most of these guys are. Rock stars tend to be dipshits, and nothing drives that home more than the simple act of letting a film crew document your every moronic move that does not involve being on a stage.

This week: Metallica-Some Kind Of Monster.

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I love this movie, because I hate Metallica, and nobody could have made them look worse than they happily did themselves. This film documents the making of their crappy flop of an album “St. Anger,” that only took them like, three years to complete. Why so long you may ask. Surely, a band as crappy as Metallica can churn out another recycled piece of garbage faster than that!

Not when they have a $30,000 a month psychiatrist in the studio with them they can’t! This is where the fun begins. We get to see the members of Metallica literally remove their own balls, and sacrifice all remaining vestiges of their manhood and testosterone, on the alter of “Feelings.” James Hetfield actually begins the movie as a man, even being the sole person to tell Lars Ulrich to go fuck himself, but after six months of rehab, and sessions with their in house ball-remover, becomes like the others, a confused eunuch with lots of feelings that need to be empowered or something.

Dave Mustaine of Megadeth even turns in a stunningly awkward appearance, crying like a little bitch about being kicked out of Metallica 25 years ago. These therapists really know how to bring out the inner little girl in these guys.

Whatever credibility Metallica had left, was completely torpedoed by their own film. This is an interesting study in how you can’t sustain the “angry young man” thing into middle age. Metallica, like most every other rock band, ultimately became everything they railed against, and then some. 

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We Created This Monster

Posted by bmac on October 25, 2007

It used to be, actors were ecstatic just to be working because they know as I do, that of all the Arts, acting is rock bottom. If the Arts were Wal-mart, actors would be the janitors cleaning toilets, they wouldn’t even be allowed to stock shelves. Acting requires no real world skill, other than lying, which we’re all pretty good at. To even scape a living out of acting is just about impossible, let alone to be one of the lucky few who make millions doing it. These lucky few used to be grateful. Used to be.

Here’s my take on actors. They basically play themselves, only smarter and with better dialogue. What they bring is charisma, not acting skill. Big difference. Yes, there are some great actors, but the vast majority have an innate charisma that carries them through roles, as opposed to their ability as a thespian. Jack Nicholson has been playing slight variations of himself for 40 years. Robert Redford’s been turning in the same understated performance in every film he’s ever been in. Etc, etc.

Our insane celebrity culture has of course turned these people into megalomaniacs who really believe they have something important to offer society. When 200 cameras turn up every time they take a shit, what else are they gonna think? We have only ourselves to blame for every Redford, Penn, and Clooney, and it’s only getting worse. The new generation of celebrities are dumber, more vapid, and less talented than ever before, and as soon as they learn how to read, we’re gonna be hearing their political views too.

I’m going to go out on a limb, and blame feminism for our utterly retarded obsession with celebrity. Women have all but taken control of the pop culture media, as well as being the overwhelming consumer of all this bullshit. Men could care less about Britney if it does not involve nudity. Paris? Only if she’s about to recieve a money shot. Lindsay? When’s that boob gonna pop out. Past that, we don’t care. Brangelina? Yeah right. Anna Nicole? We already saw her naked in Playboy, don’t care how she died. Not even a little. Our only sadness lies in the fact that she died before doing hard core porn.

So thanks ladies, for turning moronic pretty boys, and vapid train wrecks into The Most Important People Ever To Live And Grace Us With Their Oh So Thinky World Views.

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I Used To Like Robert Redford

Posted by bmac on October 24, 2007

God I’m sick of these fucking retard billionaire actors bitching. They don’t even understand what they’re bitching about. Here’s Robert Redford in an interview discussing his entry into the anti-war Oscar blitz.

“Our country has hit a point where we have lost so much,” he said. “We have lost lives, we’ve lost sacred freedoms, we’ve lost financial stability; we’ve lost our position of respect on the world stage.”

Exactly what sacred freedoms have we lost, you prick? I love when liberals try to say we’ve lost freedoms while pimping a movie that attacks the President, the military, and the country in general. Can you possibly be more of a fucking hypocrite you asshole?

Financial stability? Are you kidding me? How have you suffered financially there Mr. Sundance?

Respect on the world stage? Newsflash jackass, we haven’t been respected on the world stage since about 1945. Personally, I don’t give a fuck what some machiatto sipping, three hour lunch taking, Eurotrash idiot thinks about me or my country, while painting a pastel of their own demise.

I’m glad his piece of shit movie is gonna tank. Especially considering he had to pay Tom Cruise and Meryl Streep, whose salaries are more than some whole countries GDP.

Speaking of Cruise, he’s walking on eggshells with this movie. Here’s what that brainiac had to say:

Cruise, kept largely above the political fray, merely expressing hope that the talky multi-strand pic in which he plays a power-hungry Republican senator “will challenge and engage an audience, so that they can come out and have dialogue.”

Ughh. “Challenge and engage.” Typical idiot safe words. I’m challenged and engaged by “The Lord Of The Rings,” not some third graders vision of global politics. And the best part “So they can come out and have dialogue.” Dialogue. I’m so sick of that word. I think Tom envisions groups of people meeting after the movie for coffee, and dialoguing. Yeah Tom, that’s gonna happen, you couch jumping monkey.

Here it is if you want to read it.

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A Pig Is A Pig

Posted by bmac on October 24, 2007

When Tom Burnett Sr. was helping to pick a memorial to Flight 93, he objected vehemently to the planting of a huge Islamic shaped crescent on the crash site. The Project asked if he would be okay with the Crescent of Embrace design if they didn’t call it a crescent. He said no way:

What the hell? You change words. A pig is a pig!

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“How about if we don’t CALL it a crescent?” (Click pic for larger image)

See that Memorial Plaza that is situated roughly in the position of the star on an Islamic crescent and star flag? It marks the crash site. It doesn’t have to be CALLED an Islamic star for this placement as the star on an Islamic flag to be inappropriate.

Mountain Goat and the 44 blocks
From PJ Country comes news of the Memorial Project’s latest effort to help architect Paul Murdoch adjust the disguise on his terrorist memorializing design, just enough for him to slip through gate security.

Mountain Goat” called the Memorial Project a few weeks ago to ask about the 44 inscribed translucent blocks that are to be emplaced along the flight path. (There were 40 heroes and 4 terrorists on the flight.)

The person he spoke to said that the three translucent marble blocks that were to be inscribed with the 9/11 date are going to be replaced with a single block, “roughly the length three of the other blocks would have been.”

That would reduce the block count from 44 to 42, but would it actually fix anything?

Whether the 9/11 date is inscribed on three blocks or one, these blocks are to be built into a separate section of Memorial Wall that is centered on the bisector of the giant crescent. That is the exact position of the star on an Islamic crescent and star flag. Thus the date goes to the Islamic flag–the date goes to the terrorists–no matter how many blocks are used.

plazabisectorsmall.jpgSee that trail that enters the Memorial Plaza (the star on the flag) from the left? It divides the Memorial Wall into separate upper and lower sections. The upper section has the 9/11 date inscribed. You can see that this upper section of wall is centered on the bisector of the giant crescent (the exact position of an Islamic star). Click for larger image.

End it, don’t mend it
No amount of tweaking the design can alter its terrorist memorializing intent. “Fix” every one of the half dozen large scale terrorist memorializing features in the design by making them all a little bit “off,” and it only establishes the long term Islamo-fascist goal of one day restoring the Crescent mosque to its intended configuration, the same way the jihadists now use re-possession of the al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem (the Dome of the Rock) as a motivation driving the Jews out of Israel.

Most ridiculous of all is the Bowl of Embrace redesign, which leaves every particle of the original Crescent of Embrace design completely intact, only adding some surrounding trees. http://i191.photobucket.com/albums/z36/AlecRawls/CrescentandBowlstacked65.jpg “Here, put on this burka, then you can sneak your bomb on board the airplane.”

The proper answer, when someone is caught trying to sneak an Islamo-fascist plot through gate security, is not to tell him to go back outside and try again. It is to cart him away.

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