Wednesday, December 21, 2011


What kind of stones would it take for a guy to come up with this:
“I would put our legislative and foreign policy accomplishments in our first two years against any president -- with the possible exceptions of Johnson, F.D.R., and Lincoln -- just in terms of what we've gotten done in modern history.”
Let's see... you've collapsed the economy, spiked unemployment to over 9 percent and sustained it there, added a staggering 4.2 tillion dollars to the national debt, forced the government takeover of the health care industry, placed the Federal government at odds with the various states, suing them to force them to accept your unwillingness to secure our borders, undermined our friends, courted our enemies, and divided the nation along political and racial lines. That is impressive.
“But, you know, when it comes to the economy, we've got a lot more work to do.”
Ya think?!


  1. This guy is the worst president we have ever had - no question. How strange that the Democrat party has become so twisted that it is now the home of anti-Americanism?

    Alexis de Tocqueville, folks.

  2. His supporters are starting to drop like flies though...even Matt Damon has finally given him the flick :)

  3. You didn't cover Barack's big socialist speech on December 6th (St. Nick's Day) in Osawatamie, Kansas. Now Osawatamie may be a Cherokee word for "diarrhea" (or the herbs to cure it), or the name of the Weather Underground's official publication, or the place where Teddy Roosevelt delivered a big speech about wealth and greed, or famous for the mental asylum nearby. No matter. Now that once again Obama has been presenting himself as a centrist in preparation for the election, it seems a little odd that he would get his Marx on like this. Oh. I forgot. He got the MSM to keep it on the down-low.

    A link to the speech--(which I like to call "Bury My Brain at Wounded Colon")

    A link to Stilton's analysis--

  4. Oh heavens, that was good! "Bury My Brain at Wounded Colon." And that Stilton Jarlsberg, he's good fun too! Thanks for that, Darrell!

  5. I changed it from "Weeping Sphincter" at the last second because of the Holidays. But I might as well be true to my inner fool. And New Year's resolutions never last anyway. Well, yours will . . .Have a Happy One!