6 years, 2 months, 1 week, 4 days, 10 hours, 24 minutes ago...Catfight, from D.C. to Alaska
Sen. John Kerry Wishes Sarah Palin Had Gone MissingWell no surprise here: if Vicious-President Al Gore invented the Internet, we know by now that Senescent John Kerry redefined lameness. I mean, even putting partisanship aside, that joke is not funny.
Sen. John Kerry added to his long list of lame joke attempts yesterday when he wished South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford's disappearance on Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.
Speaking to some business and civic leaders he had invited to Washington, Kerry quipped: "Too bad if a governor had to go missing it couldn’t have been the governor of Alaska. You know, Sarah Palin."
Kerry, if memory serves, is the genuine/fake antiwar-activist/hero® who, in a major election, got his ass whipped clean by the allegedly ultra-stupid "W"— ultra-stupid that is, according to the very Kerry and his boyz on the Left. When you think of it even superficially, that should be enough to make any Kerry want to crawl under a rock and never, ever goes on public record again. I mean, if millions of voters will still pick the village idiot over you, you'd better off leaving any pretense to public office and, I don't know, go get yourself a Nobel Prize on account of alerting The World that snow and ice are melting down in Summer.
Now, and still thinking superficially, I can see two reasons why Kerry would wish Sarah Palin had gone missing:
First, he knows there's an awful lot of people who appreciate her and her politics—possibly as many as those who loathe him and his party of crooks and liars. They're usually the same folks, actually, and thank to the Obaminable Administration's relentless efforts to turn America into a nation of subjects and beggars, their numbers are growing by the day.
Oh and, they can vote.
The second reason is already obvious to every man in the audience, including me and you—if you happen to be a dude. So obvious that it's a bit embarrassing to mention.
However, since it is embarrassing for him, and not for you and me, here it goes: unlike Kerry, Sarah Palin is a real woman.
And a very attractive one with that. Not some insufferably precious, half-assed ageing wussie with a ridiculously outdated hairdo. She'll beat him any day, hands down, on the brains and the looks.1
6 years, 2 months, 1 week, 6 days, 10 hours, 24 minutes ago...Examples to ponder while Obama crafts his socialized healthcare plans
Socialized health care is just one step on the Road to Serfdom—though a dramatic one. And a deep dive down the Bureaucratic Twilight Zone of the Absurd. Take France for instance:
The much vaunted1 French “free”2, mandatory, state-run health care insurance may reimburse any patient’s second hearing aid if, and only if he is blind.
Get that? Sociali
stzed health care means that you will be allowed to hear only if you can’t see3. I mean, hey, you can’t have it all—there are other people waiting, you know. Selfish bastard.
And of course, the poor deaf and blind soul may get that if he first obtained the bureaucrats’ authorization to get said second hearing aid. We can’t have any sort of self-medication going on, can we?
6 years, 2 months, 1 week, 6 days, 11 hours, 15 minutes ago...Distributed Revolution
[...] a network of hackers formed to support the democratic revolution in Iran. Our mission is to help the Iranian people by setting up networks of proxy severs, anonymizers, and any other appropriate technologies that can enable them to communicate and organize — a network beyond the censorship or control of the Iranian regime.
NedaNet doesn't have leaders or a manifesto or even much in the way of organization. We're not affiliated with any nation or religion. We're just computer hackers and computer users from all over the planet doing what we can to help the Iranian people in their struggle for freedom.
Think of me as a cut-out. I have very carefully not asked who our contacts in Iran are. I don't even know who most of the rest of the NedaNet people are, and don't intend to try to find out; they're basically just handles on an IRC channel from whom I get URLs and files. And for any jihadi interested in asking me questions face to face, I've got some bullets slathered in pork fat to make you feel extra special welcome.
Realize that, should you wish to join the effort, there are real risks involved. However 1. those Iranians marching against the mad Mullahs need all the help and support they can get, as the outcome of their struggle and its implications worldwide go beyond a simple quarrel over fraudulent national elections, and 2. I believe Obama far from "being shy" is using this as an opportunity to weaken America even more — by being the anti-Reagan, on purpose. Call that his Joker Syndrome if you will, as summarized by Michael Caine in Nolan's The Dark Knight:
"Some men aren’t looking for anything logical, like money. They can’t be bought, bullied, reasoned, or negotiated with. Some men just want to watch the world burn."While having some ice cream, perhaps.
So if nothing else, initiatives such as NedaNet show that in the information age individuals all around the world can bypass both Iranian State terrorists and the most defective US President ever.
And that's definitely worth it.
6 years, 2 months, 3 weeks, 23 hours, 26 minutes ago...Political philosophy clearance required
Apart from the fact that, amazingly enough, there still are some people unaware that Nazism ("classical" or neo) is a Leftist ideology by all accounts and measures, I'm at loss for an explanation.
And then, ignorance is no excuse anyway.
6 years, 2 months, 3 weeks, 3 days, 11 hours, 51 minutes ago...Expect powerful sound. A real blast.
These IPODS, to be precise1.
I'd love to hear how they sound, say on a North Korean and Iranian Tour.
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