A thousand words

Russkies
Russia’s man, Putin, front bike.

 

Netanyahu, Israel's man.
Netanyahu, a few years back, Israel’s man.

 

evil
Mohammed’s men, locked and loaded.

 

Barry
America’s  man, Barry.

 

Israel's women.
Israel’s women.

 

Mohammed's women.
Mohammed’s women.

 

America's ladies.
America’s women.

A GALLUP POLL indicates that 24 percent of Americans consider themselves liberals while 40 percent label themselves conservatives. One assumes the other 36 percent are playing with their iPads and feeling superior for being “independent.”

 

20 thoughts on “A thousand words”

  1. It’s very hard to explain how Americans could elect a man named Hussein right after the twin towers were destroyed with almost 3,000 American lives.

    Many people claim with an almost fanatical fervor that he is not a Muslim. But if the President was named “Bubba,” I would speculate that he might be a Southerner from Alabama or Georgia. Hussein? Walks like a duck, talks like a duck, looks like a duck.

    Sure is interesting to watch all this stuff go down from this side of the fence. I wouldn’t care except it has a domino effect on us and friends stateside.

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    1. Señor Mystic: You make me think of a column I read just yesterday by the wonderful Thomas Sowell. Speaking of Barry and Hillary, he wrote:

      “They attract the votes of those people who vote for demographic symbolism — “the first black president” to be followed by “the first woman president” — and neither to be criticized, lest you be denounced for racism or sexism.

      It is staggering that there are sane adults who can vote for someone to be President of the United States as if they are in school, just voting for “most popular boy” or “most popular girl.”

      The entire column is here:

      http://goo.gl/FTT43C

      I don’t think Barry is a Mohammedan for a moment. I do think he is a member of the U.S. population — most noticeable in universities and the media — who think Israel is the oppressor in the Middle East, tormenting those poor, downtrodden Arabs. It’s the PC mindset, and it’s pure poppycock.

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      1. In that case I’m voting for Bubba in the next election, I heard he would increase free commodities and he swears he has never been in the Klan.

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        1. Oh yeah… his Campaign slogans are:
          (1) Me First… then we’ll consider you.
          (2) Give them an inch and they’ll take a mile.

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  2. Once one says the Shahada in front of two other Muslims, they are a Muslim. The only way out is to die. Did Barry say this as a daily ritual in the Muslim school in Indonesia? I suspect he did.

    What is Shahada? In Islam, the first of the five pillars is the Shahada. Shahada is the Muslim profession of faith, expressing the two simple, fundamental beliefs that make one a Muslim:

    La ilaha illa Allah wa-Muhammad rasul Allah.

    There is no god but God and Muhammad is the prophet of Allah.

    Sincere recitation of this confession of faith before two Muslims is the sole requirement for those who wish to join the Muslim community. It represents acceptance not only of Allah and his prophet, but of the entirety of Islam. As one of the Pillars, the Shahada must be recited correctly aloud with full understanding and internal assent at least once in every Muslim’s lifetime.

    I rest my case.

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    1. Señor Gill: Very interesting. Thanks.

      Barry may have done that in Indonesia or not. I don’t know. I still think that, more than anything, he simply embraces the mindset of the ignorant (i.e. uninformed), politically correct, anti-Israel, pro-Palestinian, American elitist.

      And he sat religiously for 20 years in a pew listening to the anti-American radical “pastor” Jeremiah Wright.

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  3. There really is a lot of information out there that leads one (me, for example) to conclude this occupant is, at the very least, a closet Muslim. His actions speak volumes. As I’ve mentioned before, our country is in the throes of continued collapse. Nothing short of another revolution could even begin to bring our once great country back to its former glory. Ron Paul, now unleashed from the shackles of politico-speak, has been espousing a sort of regionalism for states that break away from the federal power grab that has been going on for long before Bumbling Barry came along on his moped.

    An independent region that espouses true liberty, individualism, and a removal of the do-everything nanny-state could be an attractive alternative to those of us kicked to the curb, abused, mocked, and violated by these neo-socialists would be welcomed by millions.

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      1. I read the article. Although it raises some very valid points, I wholeheartedly disagree with the general’s assertation that this is simply terrorism by any other name. Obviously, these people are Islamists and are hellbent on wiping out Western civilization as we know it. It is high time we recognize the threat for what it is, Islamic terrorism.

        Nonetheless, our country faces a myriad of other social issues that are tearing apart the very fabric of our nation. He’s right to include cultural diversity, gay lesbian, black Hispanic, minority, transgender, rights, rights, rights. No one talks about the rights of the common man any longer. The common man has been left out of the equation, and he or she is the one who holds this nation up by its foundation.

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  4. It is a little off topic, but this reminds me of the horror that the media feigned when they discovered Scott Walker had not graduated from college — as if that was now a requirement to be president (and, no, I am not going to venture into the swamp that is the president;s birth certificate). I had a solution. All of the people who have college degrees can vote for, oh, say, Hillary. The rest can vote for Walker. I am willing to settle for that type of contest — though I must admit the governor is not my first choice this coming year.

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    1. Señor Cotton: It doesn’t take much to give collectivists the vapors.

      Walker is not my first choice either, or even the second. Ted Cruz is my first choice, and Newt Gingrich is No. 2, but his ship has long sailed … and sunk.

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      1. Thank goodness. He was a jerk & an (expletive deleted) when he was in high school in Columbus, Georgia. Had long sideburns, thought he was Elvis. All that changed when he joined  “the young republicans club” and they taught him how to lie through his teeth.
             

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  5. Felipe:

    A great set-up. I was scrolling down the pictures and took a sip of coffee just as I got to Barry on the bike. Coffee shot out my nose and all over my desk. Good stuff!

    If you choose to ignore the overwhelming evidence that this man is Muslim, then, well it’s your blog, so go with it.

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  6. Your article is about sex, right? Have you been to the US lately and talked to men in their 20s? They speak in an affected voice, gesture, purse their lips and bat their eyes. (Okay, I was in Austin). I read an article asking why young women are going to join the men fighting for Isis. Believe me, women are not attracted by ideology, they are attracted by masculinity – guys with beards and guns who do not use styling gel on their hair. They probably went shopping in Austin and thought, “that’s it, I am going to have to join the jihad to find a real man.” The communists have successfully undermined our culture and I fear it is too late to save it, even if we elect a conservative. I think Mark and I are kindred spirits – I agree with everything he says and suspect he is a Christian conservative as only Christians understand the real nature of this fight.

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    1. Bonnie: Well, no, not about sex as such. Mostly about the contrast between Barry and the real men who are leading other nations, for good or bad. At least, they are not gelded guys riding dainty bikes with crash helmets.

      And no, I have not been to the U.S. lately, and have no particular desire to do so.

      I am sure you and Mark would get along well. I know him first-hand, and he’s one sharp fellow, as you are one sharp woman. I met him almost 15 years ago when I first moved to my mountaintop. I found him up here too. He now lives in Arizona.

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