Posted by: nhfalcon | April 20, 2010

J.A.R.M. v.4.19.10 (delayed)

* – motherf#*ker, I’m awesome!

* – beware airport thermal imagers.

* – believe it or not, I did not come up with this.

* – well, they’re making a movie out of everything else, so why not Mighty Mouse?

* – exactly who the hell thought it would be a good idea to make padded bikini tops for seven-year-old girls in the first place?!

Sorry, I just thought that was funny.

* – I wonder if Sting’s fans know about this

* – I wonder if Al Gore’s global warming sycophants know about this

* – speaking of global warming or climate change or whatever the hell it’s suppoesd to be called now, don’t let your guard down for a second just because health care is no longer the big focus – Cap N’ Tax is on it’s way, and soon.

* – 756 Things Blamed on Global Warming: “What does cannibalism, the extinction of possums, kidney stones, a shortage of truffles and the crash of an Air France jet have in common? They have all been linked in one way or another to global warming.

“Hardly a day goes by that the media don’t blame something on global warming,” an editorial in Investor’s Business Daily observes.

“The British-based science watchdog, Number Watch, wondered just how many and went to the trouble of documenting them. It has kept on its Web site a near-comprehensive set of links to a long list of things attributed by either scientific research or the media to global warming . . .

“In perusing the list one thing will become clear: just how much the fear of global warming has come to taint both science and news reporting on the issue.”

The list compiled by Number Watch includes 756 items linked to global warming.

For example, an increase in the number of cats and kittens being brought to animal shelters in the U.S. has been attributed by a national adoption organization to “an extended cat breeding season thanks to the world’s warming temperatures,” the LiveScience Web site reported.

And the governor of Tokyo said last year that the 2016 Olympics could be the last ever. “Global warming is getting worse,” he said in remarks reported by Reuters. “We have to come up with measures without which Olympic Games could not last long.”

Among the items on the list: acne, alligators in Britain’s Thames River, brain-eating amoebas, childhood insomnia, the risk of an asteroid strike, attacks from killer jellyfish, the death of the Loch Ness monster, killer cornflakes, the extinction of salmon, and a change in the tilt of the Earth’s axis.

Also on the list: frogs with extra heads, frostbite, witchcraft executions, traffic jams, UFO sightings, a walrus stampede, an invasion of king crabs, indigestion, short-nosed dogs, and nuclear war.” – from Newsmax.com

* – as long as I’ve mentioned Obamacare, though, let’s peruse a few nuggets, shall we?:

Here’s a great example of how well the government administers healthcare, courtesy of Medicaid.

Let’s assume, just for a moment, that the claims of 30 – 40 million Americans are uninsured is remotely accurate (don’t get me started on that one…). We have a shortage of doctors as it is. Now we’re going to radically swell the ranks of people going to see those doctors. This is going to improve efficiency and shorten wait times how?

The new healthcare bill actually prevents the building of some new hospitals and the expanding of some old ones.

Oh, and guess what? You know all that rage over how private sector health insurance companies jack up their rates by double digits every year? Obamacare doesn’t do a damn thing to prevent that.

How about this delicious little tidbit? From the New York Times, no less. All these assurances from The One that we can keep our coverage and keep our doctors, and who are the first to lose their coverage? Members of Congress and their staffs! That’s just freakin’ awesome! 🙂

* – all this while the average American’s income drops 3.2% since Obama took office.

* – better go move to one of the five least-taxed states in the country.

* – of course, if a Value-Added Tax were to come along, it really wouldn’t matter what state you live in, would it?

* – like I need any more reasons to be a Republican. 😉

* – any wonder the nation is rapidly losing its trust in Washington?

* – Hillary Clinton as a supreme court justice?! What a horrifying thought!

* – bye-bye, Andy Stern. Don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way out!

* – “We can’t expect to be number one in everything indefinitely,” Dr. John P. Holdren, Obama’s “science czar.”

 Perhaps that is an unrealistic expectation, Dr. Holdren, but it is an expectation we should strive for every second of every day, nonetheless. If you’re not trying to be the best, why are you even playing the game? Aim high, dammit! Be the best you can be! Otherwise, shut the eff up, stay at home, and just hope somebody else will take care of your ass.

* – I will give the President kudos for this one. Well done, sir.

* – and now on to the Tea Party portion of our show…

So those who disagree with the Tea Parties can’t actually prove any of their claims of racism, homophobia, bigotry, hatred, and violence, so they’ll just infiltrate the Parties, pose as their members, and make their lies come true that way.

Now who among the Left would’ve thought they’d see the day when the Parties quote Gandhi (see the bottom of the article)?

Yes, Mr. President, thank you for reducing federal taxes and giving us bigger tax refunds. Now, since your healthcare plan has passed and you’re gearing up for Cap N, Tax and you’re seriously considering a VAT, do you really think, if you have your way, that our taxes aren’t going to have gone up by this time next year?

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, a Democrat can be endorsed by the Tea Parties.

Are you for real, NBC?

Yes, folks, black people actually do go to Tea Parties, they endorse them, they even speak at them!

* – you better hope your town never gets nuked. If it does, it might take three days for the federal government to come help you out.

Just out of curiosity, how long did it take the feds to respond to Katrina?

* – can we PLEASE just fire Michael Steele already?!

* – exactly how is a National Day of Prayer unconstitutional? Look, people, I’m about as non-religious as you can get, and I don’t have a problem with this. You know why? Because I’m not being forced to do it. Its not like I’m going to jail if I don’t pray that day. It’s not as if 16,000 new IRS agents are going to come get me if I don’t comply with it. If you want to pray, pray. If you don’t, don’t. Notice, too, if you will, that a particular religion isn’t specified here. You can pray to God, Allah, Jehovah, Buddha, Zeus, Odin, Ra – whoever you want to, if you want to at all.

The constitution’s references to religion are meant to insure that you can practice whatever religion you want without fear of repercussions, not to insure that there is no religion whatsoever.

Oy.

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Responses

  1. Thank you for giving some props to Ra!

    I live in the #2 tax-friendly state. Yay!

  2. re the padded bikini tops for 7 year olds; I have a TERRIBLE time finding age-appropriate clothing for my children, and have since Punkin’ Pie was about 5. This is not news to me, sadly, though I still struggle to find attire that isn’t overly sexualized.

    • It’s only going to get worse, Mrs. C. Your oldest daughter is how far away from high school? A year? Two?

  3. Who thought it was a good idea to market padded bikini tops to 7-year olds? Someone who is just itching to have me kick him square in the a**.

    Good vid link. I may steal that later.

    • If you’re referring to the Bill Randall vid, Kelly, thank Saintseester – I stole it from her.

  4. Glock chick is seriously turning me on.

  5. Those celebs, they know how I ought to live, and who I ought to dislike, but more than that

    They Know Where Their Bread Is Buttered!

    Mr. Sting stepped in it this time.


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