Friday, March 23, 2012

Am I psychic, or are liberal newagers just that predictable?

I have previously mentioned the liberal newage religious rally atheist rally, called "The Reason Rally", which is set to kick off tomorrow in D.C.. Apparently all of these atheists liberal babies are going to meet in D.C., shit in their diapers, and complain about how nobody likes them because they are so much smarter and better than the rest of us. Well, I study the liberal and I know that atheists are just another sect of the far reaching liberal newage cult. Therefore, I was certain that when I took a look at the "Reason Rally" schedule I would almost instantly find evidence of some sort of newage douchebaggery contained within. So, I started a stopwatch and clicked on the "Reason Rally" schedule located here. Exactly, 3.1 seconds later I saw this gem "6:00 pm: Close and Hugs With Everyone". Ok, so that's typical newage speak, but not a slam dunk or anything, but I knew now I had caught the scent. At time 5.4 seconds, I noticed a familiar name just dangling in the middle of the schedule, one Senator Tom Harkin. Ah yes, there it is. Tom Harkin, the man chiefly responsible for the formation of the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine at the National Institute of Health. So, these "atheists" who are meeting to showcase the awesome power of their "scientific reasoning", which they have declared anyone who is not a liberal atheist like themselves lack, are giving a platform to the man who is responsible for the scientific and medical atrocity that is the NCCAM. Once again, "atheists" have been exposed as nothing more than liberal newage religious fanatics.

UPDATE* Well, holy shit. I should have looked even more closely at this newage rally's list of guests. Turns out Bill Maher, you know the guy who spoke out against western medicine and questioned the efficacy of vaccinations, also finds himself in attendance. You really can't make this stuff up.

Friday, March 16, 2012

Dancing TV Monkey, Stephan Colbert: The Taliban has a better track record with women than Rush Limbaugh.

I think the girl pictured above (who had acid thrown in her face by the Taliban) may disagree with this smug fuck’s assessment. Apparently Colbert finds marginalizing unimaginable brutality to be just so damn funny. Ok, now make a silly face at the camera Stephan, so we all know that it’s time to laugh. 

H/T Newsbusters 

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Breaking: United Nations to continue policy of being stupid and useless

The racist hate group known as the NAACP has petitioned the United Nations Human Rights Council to look into U.S. state voter ID laws to determine if these laws violate the human rights of minorities. Just to bring you all up to speed on voter ID laws, they are basically what the name implies. They are simply laws that require you to show an ID before you vote in order to protect against voter fraud. However, liberals have a severe problem with these laws because it prevents them from using widespread fraud to win elections, they are racist! You know, just like that constant racism that minorities are subjected to when they buy a 6-pack or a pack of smokes. RACISTS! Hmm, I wonder why the liberals aren't challenging the fact that you need to show an ID before purchasing a firearm? Like the right to vote, the right to bear arms is a specifically enumerated right enshrined in the constitution, so isn't this policy equally racist? Anyway, I'm really looking forward to what Saudi Arabia (a member of the Human Rights Council) has to say about how these voter ID laws violate human rights, you know after they finish up their latest beheading for the practice of witchcraft. 

I wonder if liberals would change their minds if there were some sort of concrete video like evidence of how easy it is to commit voter fraud in the U.S.? I mean, something as concrete as this, for example:

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Today's Liberals in the News.

Let's start this off with an Occupy Rape Street Update. This movement is really gaining traction in America, mostly because they keep jumping from triumph to triumph as they bring their message of "more rapes" to every corner of the nation. Here's their most recent success story: Woman Raped at Occupy New Haven:
A member of the Occupy New Haven movement was raped in a tent at the Occupy camp late on Monday night or early Tuesday morning, police said.Police said a woman went to find the victim on Tuesday afternoon because she had not seen her.She went to the woman’s tent and called for her, but there was no answer, so she looked inside the tent and found the woman, police said.The victim wasn’t able to respond, police said, so the witness yelled out to other Occupiers to call police and emergency medical services.At some point, the victim told the witness she had been raped in a tent at the camp, police said.Police responded to the camp at 3:25 p.m. The victim was brought to Yale-New Haven Hospital and police charged England Gamble, 53, of New Haven, with first-degree sexual assault and first-degree unlawful restraint.
Alright let's move on to this Planned Parenthood update coming out of Lubbock, Texas: President & CEO of Texas Planned Parenthood Arrested for Indecent Exposure:
The president and CEO of the Planned Parenthood abortion business in Lubbock, Texas was arrested yesterday for indecent exposure at a local baseball field where children play. As KCBD reports, “According to Lubbock Police, Tony Ray Thornton, 56, was arrested at the baseball fields inside of Mackenzie Park. According to the incident report, Thornton was taken into custody at 3:25 Monday afternoon. He was booked into the Lubbock County Detention Center and released from jail Tuesday morning around 11 a.m.” The news station reports that Thornton has worked with the abortion business for several years and the Lubbock Planned Parenthood has had its share of problems. Previously, the Planned Parenthood facility in Lubbock, Texas threw away medical records in a trash bin outside the building.
I think I get it now. Planned Parenthood kills children in order to reduce the number of children that have to experience having a planned parenthood employee flash their dick at them. I guess I was wrong, planned parenthood is a noble institution after all. They're just trying to reduce pedophilia, that's all.

Ok, let's finish things off with this fluff piece about Obama's corrupt butt buddy, Rod Blagojevich, as he gets carted off to prison: last-day-free-blagojevich-offers-last-words. Oh yea, go ahead and scan the article for the word "Democrat" or any indication of Big Rod's party affiliation. Meh, I'll just go ahead and end the suspense, it's not there.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Shock of the Century: Liberals intolerant of opposing views online

It turns out that liberals are intolerant of opposing viewpoints. I know, I know....this is a lot to process all at once. Just take a seat and have a few sips of water and the shock and awe should subside momentarily.Here is a brief summary:
The new research found that instead of engaging in civil discourse or debate, fully 16% of liberals admitted to blocking, unfriending or overtly hiding someone on a social networking site because that person expressed views they disagreed with. That’s double the percentage of conservatives and more than twice the percentage of political moderates who behaved like that.
I was once unfriended by a liberal for posting a picture of Obama wearing a dress. Prior to unfriending me though, she sent me this bizarre message saying that I dont understand Koch Postulates and Bradford-Hill Criteria and that I was unable to think critically. Yea, it turns out she was taking a master's course in epidemiology so I suppose this was her typical liberal way of trying to prove she was smarter than me or something. Be on the look out for this behavior. Liberals will often pursue a master's degree in something easy becasue they think having a master's degree makes them the undisputed authority on everything...and no, it doesn't even matter if you also have a master's degree or even a Ph.D becasue you are a conservative and therefore not as smart as them. 

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Attack of the clones.

Dr. Steve Landsburg, an economics professor at the University of Rochester weighed in on the Limbaugh/Fluke fake controversy the other day by stating the following:
"Rush Limbaugh is under fire for responding in trademark fashion to the congressional testimony of Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke, who wants you to pay for her contraception. If the rest of us are to share in the costs of Ms. Fluke’s sex life, says Rush, we should also share in the benefits, via the magic of online video. For this, Rush is accused of denying Ms. Fluke her due respect. But while Ms. Fluke herself deserves the same basic respect we owe to any human being, her position — which is what’s at issue here — deserves none whatsoever. It deserves only to be ridiculed, mocked and jeered. To treat it with respect would be a travesty. I expect there are respectable arguments for subsidizing contraception (though I am skeptical that there are arguments sufficiently respectable to win me over), but Ms. Fluke made no such argument. All she said, in effect, was that she and others want contraception and they don’t want to pay for it."
Mr. Landsberg is basically stating the obvious here; Sandra Fluke's testimony was a joke and her arguments are laughable. He did however state that, "Ms. Fluke herself deserves the same basic respect we owe to any human being". Ok, so Landsburg disagrees with Sandra Fluke, but his comments aren't mean spirited. That's allowed right? I mean the left has no problem with opposing opinions, they just want the tone of the argument to be appropriate, right? Not so much:
UR President Joel Seligman sharply criticized the professor, Steven Landsburg. Seligman’s statement, which was included in a Wednesday email of college news sent to faculty and staff, said that he is “outraged that any professor would demean a student in this fashion.”
There's that word again, OUTRAGE. Muslim extremists become outraged when a Danish cartoonist draws a picture of Mohammed. Liberal extremists experience similar outrage when their religion is attacked by someone disagreeing with them. It get's better though:
Protesting students entered Landsburg’s room at the beginning of his mid-afternoon class.“They formed a line between him and the class. And he continued to lecture,” said UR spokeswoman Sharon Dickman, who noted a couple of University Security officers were on the scene but didn’t need to take any action. After about 15 minutes, the protesters left but returned about 45 minutes later for the end of the class, which Landsburg dismissed about five minutes early.
Send in the clone army! Silence the non-believers!

I used to think the idea of tenure didn't really make any sense. I mean, this isn't the age of Copernicus. Academics don't really need to worry that their views could result in punitive actions being taken against them. The very thought that anyone would ever fire a college professor simply for stating an idea seemed medieval and absurd. Well, when I got to graduate school I quickly realized that I was dead wrong. Conservative students and faculty are actively and shamelessly intimidated and silenced in our universities. The very existence of the widespread term, "closet conservative", being used on our campuses is proof of this. There's plenty more proof though. Conservative speakers are rarely invited to speak at universities and when they are, the liberal cult army does their best to silence them. Here's a couple of quick examples of that, here and here. I have personally experienced this sort of institutionalized blacklisting on multiple occasions both in medical school and in graduate school. Furthermore, when not actively intimidating conservatives, university officials and professors simply marginalize conservatives. For example, at my medical school, extra credit was given for attending the "Medical Student's for Choice" club, but no extra credit was given to the "Medical Student's for Life" club. I sent an e-mail to the professor of the class about this double standard and was told that the Pro-life club did not contain any "medically related education". Yea right, fuck you.

So, getting back to my point, tenure is absolutely necessary because there is no question that professors like Landsburg would be immediately terminated if they didn't have this protection. Similarly, the entire Rush controversy is about nothing else other than attempting to silence conservative speech and this whole fabricated controversy was just a way to get Rush off the airwaves. Remember, liberalism is their religion and their outrage is not about women's health, or tone, or this or that, they are simply outraged that they have to live amongst non-believers. That's it.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

This generation's Mother Teresa, Sandra Fluke

Here’s todays bit of propaganda from state run media: Fluke says, "I would do this again", despite Limbaugh attacks.

Yes we are still talking about Sandra Fluke. She has now reached Joan of Arc status amongst the liberals. Apparently in progressive circles, sauntering your big ass up to capital hill to demand that strangers fork up the $1 a day for your birth control pills is worthy of being canonized.

Just check out that title; Fluke says, “I would do this again” despite Limbaugh attacks. Have your ever seen something so ridiculous? They act like this woman was shot down while flying sorties over Da Nang and spent 2 years in a Vietnamese prison camp and after escaping requested that she be allowed to return to the fight. All she did was demand free shit.

This sort of hero worship is common amongst the left though. All you need to do is look at the 2008 election when Obama was basically elevated to messiah status. I’ve already talked about the absurd double standard the left uses when it comes to verbal attacks, but it’s not that they just look the other way when a conservative woman is attacked or when it’s one of their fellow liberals saying something inappropriate. It’s much more than that. You see, when a liberal calls a tea partier a “terrorist”, or takes joy in Breitbart’s death, or makes a death threat against Bush or Limbaugh, or calls Laura Ingraham a “right wing slut”, well that is all just damn justified because these people are all enemies of the liberal faith. They are non-believers and therefore evil and deserving of contempt. These are the people that are not worthy to pass through the gates to progressive paradise.

On the other hand, when a liberal is the target of even the softest ridicule from the right, they feel outrage and indignation because their faith is being attacked; A faith that cannot be wrong. Basically, it is blasphemy to attack liberalism. It’s precisely the same mentality that leads a Muslim extremist to riot because a Koran was burned, but believe burning a bible is God’s work. Many on the right have trouble understanding how liberals can be so hypocritical and not see it. Well, that is because most on the right don’t see liberalism for what it is, a religion. If you look at the left in the context of religious extremism, then you will fully understand what motivates them.

Monday, March 5, 2012

No Man is Safe When Congress is in Session.

So let's imagine we have a problem. The problem is that some women want birth control and can't afford it. The government identifies this problem and then formulates a solution. The government then implements its solution. A category 5 disastrous unworkable shit storm ensues.

Now let’s imagine the free market identifies the same problem and realizes they could make a profit by solving it. *Poof*, $9 per month birth control pills.

Even better, the free market identified and solved the problem years ago only to now have the government swing by and fuck everything up trying to solve a problem that no longer exists.

Your government is retarded.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Uh Oh, the Liberals are like so OUTRAGED again

Well, the left is still feeling feelings of outrageous outrage over Rush Limbaugh calling some democratic operative law student a "slut". Well, here's a good review of some of the non-sexist, non-misogynistic things that liberal politicians, journalists, comedians, etc. have said over the years: Rush Limbaugh Isn’t the Only Media Misogynist. The only difference being that Rush is a conservative and therefore has to be held accountable. The left is of course just a bunch of screaming retarded children, so it wouldn't really be fair to hold them to any kind of standard. Also, we have to let it go when Obama calls an entire segment of the U.S. population "tea baggers" because again, Obama is a weak babbling imbecile and isn't really responsible for the stupid shit that comes out of his mouth.

So, some of Rush's sponsors are pulling out due to the screeching coming from the left side of the political aisle.  Well, this got me thinking that we on the right need to start making things much more personal as well. It's not enough to disagree with the liberals politically, it is also important that we start punishing them personally. I don't mean physically of course, because that sort of nonsense is reserved for liberals. As an aside, here's a nice list of some of the left's recent violent handiwork: OWS rapes, murders, assaults, etc.. No, what I mean is that conservatives need to stop frequenting businesses that don't share their values. You know, maybe get your coffee somewhere other than Starbucks from now on and don't do your food shopping at Whole Foods. If the pizza delivery guy shows up with an "Obama 2012" sticker on his truck, send him on his way without a tip.  Looking to hire a new person?, well maybe put that liberal's resume at the bottom of the pile. If a liberal asks you the time or for some directions, pretend that you don't speak English. You can also start by never again doing business with the following list of spineless douchebags who pulled their sponsorships from Rush's show:

1. mortgage lender Quicken Loans
2.mattress retailers Sleep Train and Sleep Number
3. software maker Citrix Systems Inc.
4. online data backup service provider Carbonite
5. online legal document services company LegalZoom. 
6. Proflower

By the way, I'm kidding. No, we on the right shouldn't do any of the things listed above because we aren't totalitarians. We don't go after people personally because they disagree with us politically. We don't try and use the power of the state and the power of the mob to silence opposing viewpoints. Lastly, we don't make politics personal because conservatism is not our religion and our political party isn't our family.  You see, it's this sort of deranged attitude that leads liberal graduate students to ask me, "Are you a closet conservative", without the slightest hint of shame that they have created such a hostile cultist environment that closet conservatives actually exist. Fuck them all, but whatever you do, don't become like them.

Friday, March 2, 2012

There's one for you, nineteen for me.

It appears that the liberal princes, dutchesses, and other assorted lesser nobility of the God King are sending out the warning that although they are fair and just rulers to the serfs, their patience and generosity has limits. They have decreed that any serf who finds himself contributing to Republican candidates may incur the King's wrath via severe retribution from the royal tax collectors.
Democrats on K Street are warning their corporate clients: Give to Republican challengers in the 2012 election, and you’ll regret it come tax reform time. Lobbyists are getting that message from allies of powerful Democrats such as Senate Finance Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.), who is closely watching support for Rep. Denny Rehberg, a Republican challenging Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.). Baucus supporters fear that if Rehberg ousts Tester, Baucus could be next to face a serious Republican challenge in the state.
One K-Streeter close to the Baucus operation said the senator considers a gift to Rehberg a contribution against him. Another Democratic lobbyist told a client to take his name off a Rehberg fundraising event because it would be hurtful to his company, according to sources.
The case K-Streeters are making to their clients: It will be a hard sell next year to get Baucus’s support on business-friendly tax perks set to expire or the Bush-era tax cuts that must get through his committee.
So, I thought it was the position of our liberal friends that tax collection was a benevolent operation meant to collect funds for the common good. I would say it looks more like taxes are yet another weapon to consolidate power in the federal government and to harass and intimidate the citizenry. We have already seen nearly the complete demise of our federalist system due to the exorbitant amount of funds that our federal government collects each year. The states are now so enslaved to receiving their piece of this federal money that they have little to no will to oppose the federal government out of fear of losing these funds.

Here is what the tenth amendment says:
 “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”
Here is how it should read:

"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people, unless the federal government successfully uses taxation to intimidate the states and the people from exercising such powers."
So, as I have outlined above, phase I of removing all powers from the states has effectivly been completed. Now it’s time to move onto phase II, removing all remaining powers left with the people. It’s ok, though. Don’t worry. Your liberal betters know how to run your life better than you do, so just be thankful, keep quiet, and wait in line for your government cheese.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Goodnight, Sweet Prince

Well everyone, our point man is gone. Here's a nice tribute from Greg Gutfeld:
I met Andrew Breitbart in 2005 when I was asked to write for the Huffingtpon Post. He was running the show. Everyone who knew him - left and right - said he was brilliant, eccentric, one of a kind. I instantly fell in love with the guy. To this day, I've never met anyone as fearless. He was my first guest on Redeye, a show I got largely because he told people about me. He became a cheerleader for my work, but more important, a dear close friend I could confide in, about anything. My wife called him the wizard, for he could conjure up anything at any time with limitless energy.

He's the only person I know who operated without a safety net. He always knew things would turn out the way they were supposed to - so he didn't worry about money or, i guess, his health, too much.
He was the spiritual leader of the modern conservative, libertarian cause. He was immersed in pop culture and wished to drag the right into the modern world - knowing this is how America speaks to the world. He was the heart of the matter. The fighter. Losing him is like a fiery planet going dark. 
My heart felt condolences go out to Susie and the kids.
As much as Andrew would have appreciated this statement from Gutfeld, I think he would have rolled around and basted in these words being said by our leftist friends. Liberals just don't get it; To be an object of their deranged hatred is a point of extreme pride for conservative heroes like Breitbart. In the end it is the liberals that presented Andrew with the greatest eulogy of all.

It's a sad day, but this video of Andrew will forever bring a smile to my face: