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Funny... At first quick glance, I thought that was Obama.
Toggle Commented Dec 17, 2009 on Oh Come Let Us Adore Him at BAGnewsNotes
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You're a bit late with this one. I'd already fixed it.
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Leftists use the 'Raaaaacist!' attack canard every chance they get; it's their inbred 'white guilt trip' they're projecting. How many blacks voted for Obama? Was that only because he promised 'free stuff' paid for with 'other people's money' (the Democrat's usual stick and carrot), or can you suppose that there was a racial tinge to that bloc of votes? You claim Sarah Palin can't get 97% of whites to support her without being 'Raaaaacist!'; can any group voting for only one candidate (who just happens to be of their color) do so without invoking racial condemnation from SEK? Will your guilty conscious allow that observation?
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The Left has done a fine job of showing us how to win elections with Community Organizing, Alinsky tactics and ACORN cheats. What we, the 'loyal opposition' is needing, and is going to shove in your face, is our own version of Celebrity (R) and Alinsky (R); Thanks! for the seminars. You earned plenty during the 8 years of Bush; and you're earning plenty more right now. Get ready. (Oh, since we're 'teabaggers' that must mean you and yours are the 'teabagees', right? How's about that itchy tingle you're getting in your nostril areas right about now? )
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Don't for a minute act like you've never seen this sort of thing before. What did you expect, really?
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No, it wasn't composed intentionally. If so, the photog would've used a smaller aperture to keep sharper focus on the so-called 'receding' signs. It looks to me as if the photog was trying to peek down the assistant's dress! That's one of the prominent focal points, if you're thinking with 'rule of thirds' in mind. And the length of the line is another. Sarah seems almost an afterthought. Because, since she's representing the AntiObama, Sarah could be just about...anyone...who had a strong conservative bent, and a popular appeal.
Toggle Commented Nov 22, 2009 on In The Religion Section at BAGnewsNotes
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Oh. At least he's not bowing and scraping, as BHO did to Emperor Akihito. Bowing and scraping, again.Bowing is an act of deference, specifically one of deference to social betters. In Western society, this means royalty or nobility. We don’t have any of that shit in the United States. Oh, we have social classes, all right, but even after the continued efforts of Progs and Leftoids over the last half-century there is still class mobility, and (more importantly) social class isn’t embedded in our laws or Constitution. Nobody bows to the President, which is correct; he isn’t a social class superior to anybody. The President shouldn’t bow to Kings, Emperors, etc. because he isn’t a social class inferior, either. The correct box to check on the information form isn’t inferior or superior; it’s [X] Not Applicable. When Obama bows to a King or Emperor, he’s joining their system of nobility as an inferior, and by extension placing all of the rest of us Americans in an inferior social class. F* that for a game of soldiers. I absolutely refuse to accept that I’m in any way inferior to somebody whose ancestor was a Hapsburg simply because of that ancestry, and you ought to feel the same way. We’re Americans. We don’t recognize that system, don’t accept it, and don’t abide by it — or shouldn’t.
Toggle Commented Nov 14, 2009 on Gimme A "W"!!! at BAGnewsNotes
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You just knew that was gonna get 'fixed', didn't you?
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So this is why we didn't get the Olympics nod.
Toggle Commented Oct 24, 2009 on FLOTUS ... Like It's 1959 at BAGnewsNotes
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So, we assassinated a democratically-elected leader of Iran? When did we do that, specifically, with linky? Install a dictator, did we? Seriously? Iran had a Monarchy (various Shahs) since 1501, until the Islamic Revolution in '79. If you speak of the assassination of Premier Hasan-ali Mansur, that was carried out by Muslim extremists (who knew?). Oh. The Reagan negotiated with hostages canard. You've drawn deeply from the well, my friend; the koolaid, it's burned you. There was no negotiation. The Islamic Revolutionaries knew they could biatch-slap a Democrat (Carter &c.) but when the Big Dawg came in, the party was over. And no, but I would rather the hostages be rescued by someone of capability. I said then we should've asked Israel to take care of our light work. The Israelis know how to deal with these Muslim swine; they've had to do so since 1948.
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2009 on Afghanistan, in Aggregate at BAGnewsNotes
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...who got us into the mess in the first place.No. Republicans didn't 'get us into the mess in the first place'. There was great and almost universal approval for the incursion into Afghanistan, after 9/11. The votes are on record (by those who held office then, of course; Mr. Obama wasn't yet a Washingtonian voice) and are easily g00gled. "Peace Without Repercussions", a good bit of phraseology for any politician's ploys. I like that, consider it stolen. But hear me on this: there is no peace forthcoming, ever, on the boundaries of Islamic nations who uphold Sharia law, for as long as Islam remains as an easily-hijacked religion. We will have these conflicts until suitable reform is adapted by Islamic leaders. The Koran was written almost perfectly by that one man to keep his followers in check, and to coerce them to expand forever. I don't know how a Christian-style reform will happen, but it must.
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2009 on Afghanistan, in Aggregate at BAGnewsNotes
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That's obviously one of the series of photos taken that day. The particular photo as I remember it was a color shot, on the front page of The Tennessean; a very dark and somber outlook. Not nearly as bright as that particular image. And I seem to remember Carter as...older. Thanks for that, RF. Oh, there's no crowing in that post, DennisQ. That is a very poignant memory, as burned in my makeup as is the Challenger crackup later on in that decade. The long-lasting time frame of that hostage crisis wasn't a 'greatest hit' for anyone who can claim to be an American. (Oh, and keep wiggling; maybe if you wiggle enough someone might just believe Afghanistan isn't Obama's War. He could always pull out, couldn't he? Who could stop him? Why hasn't he pulled out like he said he would? What's the holdup? You guys should really be asking some tough questions, maybe even protesting and burning flags and effigys like you did during Bush's tenure. Why so quiet?)
Toggle Commented Oct 19, 2009 on Afghanistan, in Aggregate at BAGnewsNotes
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Yes, that photo brings back memories. But not of this 1980 photo of one of the two helicopters destroyed in the desert storm that came up and stopped Operation Eagle Claw, the failed Iran hostage rescue attempt, but of Jimmy Carter's face under the 24-point type announcing that failure. I've searched everywhere for that photo of Carter to no avail. That photo of a long-face-hung-down and beaten Carter exemplified abject failure; Carter's failure, and by extension the failure of the United States. Carter's inability to rescue those hostages (or even mount another attempt) changed my vote at the next election, and ever since. My first vote for president was for Carter, a Democrat; after that absolute and utter failure in the desert, I never voted again for a president wearing a D. Will Obama have a similar photo appear sometime in the next few years?
Toggle Commented Oct 19, 2009 on Afghanistan, in Aggregate at BAGnewsNotes
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I hope you can pay for for your "Peace" with something other than virtual "Bread", Rafael.
Toggle Commented Oct 17, 2009 on BWB at BAGnewsNotes
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..I am so sick of this I could scream. ... The left needs to grow the hell up.Exactly as I've said thousands of times. Like kids in a candy store who were mostly denied their OPiuM fixes for 8 years (except for that GWB gave far too many condescendiments, such as the new Medicare Part D prescription benefit entitlement; No Child Left Behind; over 2 Trillion in new domestic spending programs; oh, and he even tried to pull off that Amnesty for Illegal Immigrants thing too) Progressive Leftists have grabbed a sack and are demanding things that this financially broken nation just can't afford. President Obama now knows this; you blog proggs aren't invited in to know just how bad off we really are, and how close to third-world status we are skating. Nevermind that, though, you live in your childish I WANT IT NOW!!! mentalities. Grow up, Proggs, and appreciate what you have before it's gone forever.
Toggle Commented Oct 17, 2009 on BWB at BAGnewsNotes
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The best thing about BHO being President? Joe Biden isn't.
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I think Thor is saying "I've got mine." We are, collectively, LAUGHING! Because, we see this as a trap. The IOC always rewards good progressive behaviors (Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson); Obama's caught in a wicked trap; he'll have to do whatever it takes to live up to this prematurely presented award. No matter what sort of damage it might do to this country. If he goes too far in his proggtard ways, he'll lose at the ballot box(es). And we know just how much this award is worth (Arafat, Carter, Gore).
Toggle Commented Oct 10, 2009 on Your Turn: Snapshot From Oslo at BAGnewsNotes
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First and foremost is the right wing taking aim at Michelle Obama (with Michelle Malkin leading the charge - 1, 2, etc.) to make her, especially, look like a fool. I expect this will open the door to a lot more and vociferous attacks on the First Lady.Come on, man. You don't think this was an ego trip? Did you not read the First Lady's speech? (excerpted from here)...*I was born and raised on Chicago’s South Side *I played games with the kids in my neighborhood *Sports taught me *Sports were a gift I shared with my dad *Some of my best memories are sitting on my dad’s lap *I was inspired *I found myself dreaming *I never dreamed that the Olympic flame might one day light up lives in my neighborhood *But today, I can dream, and I am dreaming of an Olympic and Paralympic Games in Chicago *I’m asking you to choose Chicago. I’m asking you to choose America *I’m not asking just as the First Lady of the United States — not just as a Chicagoan — Not just as a mother raising two beautiful young women *I’m also asking as a daughter *my dad would have been *He believed that his little girl *he taught me how *My dad was my hero. *I think about people like my dad. *I’ve brought somebody with me today who knows a little something about change. My husbandI, me, my. Oh my. Oh me oh my, I just don't think the IOC was swayed by the huge display of ego. This U.S. presentation wasn't supposed to be a regurgitation about the Obamas; it was supposed to be about making the members of the IOC feel special. And a one-day rush by our President to hard-sell the deal annoyed all but 16 of them. Remember, these IOC members aren't as susceptible to whiny phonyisms as are American Democrats.
Toggle Commented Oct 4, 2009 on Rio Ugly: Targeting the First Lady at BAGnewsNotes
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Heh. I'd give you a 'hat tip' but you'll likely delete this anyway. Cheers~!
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No, mcmamma, you hope it's all a lie, but it's not a lie. It's a bad dream. Obama's game consists of pretense within pretense within pretense, and all of those will come due soon enough. We'll just wait and see, won't we, together. Bill Ayers: Barack Obama's first teleprompter. ;D
Toggle Commented Oct 3, 2009 on Your Turn: This American Life at BAGnewsNotes
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Sarah Palin freely admits to a ghostwriter. Barack Obama is now exposed as having had a hidden ghostwriter for his 'masterwork' Dreams From My Fathers, Bill Ayers. Exposed by Chris Andersen in his newest book...The revelation that Chris Andersen had two separate sources means that this fact meets the journalistic standard of reliability, provided by a respected, established bestselling author. Obama’s dismissal of Ayers as “just a guy in the neighborhood” has been shown to be an outright lie.So, when this finally hits the fan, are you guys going to dig in and sand bag and procrastinate and hate everyone else because your hero lied, or are you going to do the right thing and denounce a liar as a liar? Let's see if you have any character about you.
Toggle Commented Oct 2, 2009 on Your Turn: This American Life at BAGnewsNotes
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Check out the alignment between Dick and Liz, for example, the daughter who is every bit as vicious as her father as she savages Obama and the Dems on TV.As if that sort of savaging is confined to the Right. You are as savage as Cheney, when you're on a roll, don't you know? Or do you need a mirror?Although Lynn Cheney is no push over herself, we do find her on the other side talking to an unidentified woman with daughter Mary (consistent with her place on the periphery during the presidential campaigns, her sexuality being a sensitive issue with "the base") being the outlier.The photo wasn't posed; but, where would you have placed Lynn Cheney if you had taken the shot? Under the knife?...depicts the Cheney's as an intact family instead of an extended one, given that Liz is married with five children and Mary, who had a baby a couple years ago, effectively is too. You would almost imagine the girls still living at home, Liz's husband and children and Mary's partner and child nowhere to be seen.You mailed that line in I think. The family might be extended and still intact; they might be in another room, though. Most mothers - cooks prefer their kitchen uncluttered; a photographer is bad enough, but flocks of kids, even grand kids, are usually banished to other rooms when the important cooking stuff is going on. And as for Dick Cheney wearing a coat? Please. You or I might be in shorts and a t-shirt, but again there's a photographer present, and can you imagine your commentary if Dick Cheney had been shot in a t-shirt? "Just look at him there, a savage slob sawing at the nation's jugular." But, otherwise, this article fits your narrative, and that's all that matters, no?
Toggle Commented Sep 27, 2009 on Beyond "Cheney the Butcher" at BAGnewsNotes
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Awwww, you didn't like my caption? Shame. You're a bit uptight, methinks. Obama said your being 'racers' was pretty much wrong (although he might have aimed that at Jimmy Carter, it fits most of you here as well). But why didn't you select the image with the guy picking his nose, the fellow right behind and to the right of Obama?
Toggle Commented Sep 18, 2009 on A Jedi-Infused "Yes We Can" at BAGnewsNotes
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Hey, if one isn't defensive, then one quickly succumbs to vile attackers. But get used to being on the defensive. You guys are 8-years-practiced with BOOOOOOOOSH~!!!! hatred and vitriol, so get ready. It's high time, and Your Turn to go all defensive. What goes around, and all of that.
Toggle Commented Sep 18, 2009 on A Jedi-Infused "Yes We Can" at BAGnewsNotes
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The tongue is an organ of taste, and assists with speech. Glenn Beck can taste the marxism coming off of Barack Hussein Obama, then speak the truth of it to his listeners. Sorry if that inconveniences you. Oh, and Karen, if you think that's phallic then you've been long deprived. )
Toggle Commented Sep 18, 2009 on Glen Beck's Organ. TIME's Dime. at BAGnewsNotes
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