Archive for the ‘Presidents and Czars’ Category
The Trump-Merkel no-handshake is driving the media and the statist know-nothings insane. Making the presidency irrelevant again. Now that’s progress. Folks on Facebook and YouTube are commenting with the perfectly predictable, “he’s so arrogant and disrespectful” … “Arrogant and disrespectful”? But if Trump played the game (politics) with a fake smile and a wimpy handshake, he’d [...]
Are they trying to make the plebes happy? “Now that inquiry is over, the State Department will reopen its review.” This is the Bread & Circus, Part 112. So she’s above the law, but not above the US State Department. Like I always say, folks, vote this November (“participatory democracy”) so you can stop this madness with [...]
Obama desperately trying to save a crumbling public stature: “Mr. Putin had to go into Syria not out of strength, but out of weakness.” Embarrassingly, the president then mumbled and stumbled through the entire press conference like one who couldn’t remember his lines. Good cartoonists draw cartoons that are more fact than fiction.
Remember when. The Czar, in the video snippet below, imparts the notion that the state is the your Lord and Master, and don’t you ever forget it. Obama uses these terms freely: “force” and “harsh penalties,” and then he states that for those who are non-compliant with the mandate to purchase health insurance they don’t want, [...]
Great cover of Mad magazine: Alfred E. Neuman smacks Abe Lincoln with a snowball.
You know not all is lost when reverence for the occupiers of the White House is entirely shunned in favor of disdain for the dictator via symbolic fun. According to Breitbart, the White House released a photo of Obama skeet shooting at Camp David, with a stern warning: “This official White House photograph is being made [...]
There was Obama, the Sacrificer-in-Chief, all over NPR this morning, touting his “shared sacrifice…” Blah, blah, blah, shared sacrifice, blah, blah, blah. In year 2013, where alternative and fact-based information is easily accessible, how do these operatic phrases retain any traction? Oh, sorry, public education – that’s how. Google the term and look what comes [...]