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Case of the Mundays 8-14-11

B for Bachman: It’s time for me blabber about balderdash that bothers my brain.  Bring on the Case of the Bundays? …Mundays!

Obama is calling out our Congress for not getting things done.  This is the same Obama who said that all of his problems are inherited from the Bush administration – a time when Obama was a congressman (for part of the time).  So my question is this, when is the President responsible and when is Congress responsible?  Apparently all of that hinges on where President Obama sits. 

If you’re a Huntsman fan right now, please see John McCain 2008. 

One of my favorite moments in the speech was when Ron Paul hesitated when asked whether or not he could get a Congress to go along with his beliefs.  A pause like that normally means political doom, but standing on principle goes a long way nowadays and his moment of thought ended up making him look authentic rather than simple. 

Lesbian Lair Scott complained this week that, “There are currently no LGBT characters on Sesame Street”, which shocked all of us.  How were we able to go this long without gay puppets?  I mean, the blood sucking seducer community gets representation, the petulant homeless groups are represented, and the overactive pituitary gland ridden Aves (birds) have their ambassador…but no homosexuals?!

39%!?!?!?!??!?!  Can you believe it?  39% of your hard drive space is unreadable.  I know; it seems like such a rip off.  You invest in these things hoping that they will live up to their potential and after a couple of years you find out that it’s just full of so much crap that it is basically useless and it’s already time for an upgrade.

Why is the Tea Party getting blamed by democrats for this credit downgrade?  I think Greg Gutfeld put it best, “But I can see why the Tea Party is getting hammered on this.  No one represents them – for they are them.  Let me put it this way: the tea party is a principle, without a person. President Obama is a person, without a principle.  No wonder he hates them.”

Pawlenty learned a tough lesson this week; you can’t just assail a female presidential candidate with negative attacks and expect people to vote for you…Well, not if you’re running for the GOP primary anyway.

The two most conservative candidates took #1 and #2 in the Iowa Straw Poll this week with a very high turnout.  Liberals are outraged and dismissive.  Suddenly the media can’t even remember the last time a republican won the straw poll and the presidency… I’ll give them a hint; a bird in the hand = two in the ____.

Is anyone else sick of experts?  It was the experts who predicted that we wouldn’t downgrade, experts who predicted sea levels were nearing Orlando at this time, experts who said gold was about to go down, experts who are always shocked at job numbers (lower than expected), experts who claimed we needed the stimulus packages, and now the worst …Experts are saying that there may be a chocolate drought by 2014.  Here’s to hoping those experts are liberals. 

How many times do you see conservatives gathering, destroying private property and stealing from others in protest?  This outcome was inevitable when the left decided to demote the importance of private property (and deodorant) for the sake of collectivism.

Yael Kohen from Marie Claire magazine stuck it to Sarah Palin in an interview with Megyn Kelly saying, “I assume you believe in free speech.  How do you feel about the fact that Sarah Palin doesn’t talk to the press unless it’s Fox News?”  — Quit answering their questions people, it brings them too much legitimacy. 

Calling all conservatives:

#1- When Glenn Beck this week implied that his Restoring Courage gathering in Jerusalem might be a fulfillment of Zachariah prophecy I almost wrecked my hydrogen powered Yugo.  (There are two jokes in that last sentence)

#2 – When Rick Perry got up as a political figure and began to pray audibly for everyone to hear I couldn’t help but think of the scripture, “”And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners to be seen by men. I tell you the truth, they have received their reward in full.”

And now for your Munday Moment.  This is a video of the Nobel Prize winning economic demi-god Paul Krugman doubling down on Keynesian economics and taking it a step further to promote war for an economic turn…with aliens! 

(When watching this replay in your mind how many times you’ve heard him say that the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are the reason that we are in this economic mess.)


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  • Steve Dennis August 15, 2011 at 5:26 AM

    39%–I thought you were talking about Obama’s approval rating for a minute. 🙂
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    • RightHandMan
      RightHandMan August 15, 2011 at 12:20 PM

      No, it was definately the hard drive…The thing sucks and renders the entire computer useless.

  • Infidel de Manahatta August 15, 2011 at 7:43 AM

    Just remember, “expert:” is a term given to someone who is too stupid to hold down a real job.
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    • RightHandMan
      RightHandMan August 15, 2011 at 12:20 PM

      So the man in the WH is an expert?

  • Jim at Conservatives on Fire August 15, 2011 at 9:58 AM

    “…the tea party is a principle, without a person. President Obama is a person, without a principle. ” That is a great line!

    It is amazing to me how many supposedly well educated and intelligent people believe the myth that WWII pulled America out out of the depression. In true the war years were worse than the depression. The majority of our men were fighting the war earning peanuts. the folks at home, yes, they were employed supporting the war effort but there was very little for them to buy. Many things were rationed. So, the people invested their unspent money in war bonds. When the war was finally over, there was a lot of pent up demand and the people had the money they had saved in the form of war bonds and they did start spending. That created a boom and jobs. So, it was they savings during the war years that finally ended the depression. So what is Krugman suggesting? We start a war, save our money and then everything will be rosy? What an idiot!
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    • RightHandMan
      RightHandMan August 15, 2011 at 12:23 PM

      I’m with you Jim. Paul Krugman is absolutely nuts. You are right though, we had a huge amount of forced savings during the time. Also, if you look at the great depression, we had nearly a decade of Keynesian economics pumping government money into the economy. The debt trippled in 10 years and we still had 17%+ unemployment. As newsbusters said, imagine if we actually did the same stupid thing now… We’d be looking at nearly $40 trillion in debt!

    • Country Thinker August 15, 2011 at 1:11 PM

      You’re right on the money, Jim! Keep spreading the word: saving, not spending ended the Depression… saving, not spending ended the Depression. The sooner we can get everyone to see that the sooner we can jettison Keynesianism for good.
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  • Matt August 15, 2011 at 10:19 PM

    Great one RHM. Correct on all counts.

    BTW, my Yugo runs on Unicorn farts!
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