Corporatism, the Canadian Way!

January 31, 2011

It is always amusing when liberals who run around bleeding out their eyeballs about “corporatism” get slapped with a little dose of reality.  Canadian citizens are now learning that hard little lesson.  Then again, this is the nation that has such a wonderful health care system that their citizens flee to the United States for real treatment.

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Proof of Kennedy Clan Inbreeding

January 17, 2011

I honestly think I know why so many of the Kennedy clan are utterly useless, vapid, and stupid.  Most likely it has something to do with inbreeding.

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Even in Retirement, Liberals Cannot Let Go of Their Bush Hatred

January 3, 2011

I saw this article on Politico.com, and just couldn’t let it go.  It highlights how liberals (read: Marxists) in this country are still suffering from Bush-derangement long after the man has retired.

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High oil prices? Weak dollar? Blame Obama

December 28, 2010

Few issues focus the public’s attention on politics like the price of gasoline. It keeps going up, the public wants relief, and politicians are held accountable for not fixing the situation. Yet to solve the problem, you first need to know the cause of the illness.

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An Open Letter to Sally Kohn

December 1, 2010

Dear Sally,

I read your article titled, “Why We Need Taxes.”  I just wanted you to know that it is way up there in the on my personal list of, “Clueless Crap Written by Seemingly Educated People.”

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Another Idiot Liberal Speaks Out

November 5, 2010

I will say this: Vanity Fair seems to hire a disproportionate number of idiots.

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A Bright and Shining Day Without the Democrats

October 20, 2010

That paragon of “progressive virtues” has written an article where he decries the potential collapse of the Democrat majority in Washington DC., and a radical shift of power in Congress.  His rallying cry?  That the country will start moving “backwards,” and no longer forwards.

So, I thought I’d add my own comments to McDimwit’s politically-contrived handwringing.

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