Saturday, April 10, 2010

Watch For It

With all the sqauwking lately about Tea Party infiltrators, I wonder just how scared the Socialist Libs must be. That they would risk the wrath of an angry mob (according to their descriptions of the insane right), surely they fear being skewered by a pitchfork or having a torch waved at them in a menacing manner if found out. Egad. They must be utterly petrified to take such a chance.

I loved reading about Sarah Palin calling The One on the carpet about his nuclear policy snafu. In response, The One made a derogatory comment about Ms Palin, according to CBS News,
"Mr. Obama said in an interview Friday that he was unconcerned with Palin's attacks on his decision to announce that in most cases the United States will not use nuclear weapons against a non-nuclear country.
"Last I checked, Sarah Palin's not much of an expert on nuclear issues," he said.


Palin shot back in her comments Friday, mocking the president for "the vast nuclear experience that he acquired as a community organizer."

I'm not sure she would be my first choice as President but I sure like having her on our side. She looks great leaning on a Harley, too.

It's late, I've done my daily angry white conservative male things for the day. I wrote a ticket to a person who will undoubtedly turn out to be a down on their luck liberal with twelve kids, living on welfare who felt entitled to park in that handicapped stall because she is beaten down by "the man" and just didn't feel like walking that extra twelve feet from a legal stall. I rode my motorcycle to the shooting range where I worked on perfecting the skills necessary to overthrow a government out of control. I rode around some more with friends wasting rare fossil fuel just for the fun of it. I fixed my garage door and got the Mustang running.

I'm not sure why but I think those are things a Socialist Lib would frown on. I went to a meeting of... shhhh... Christian motorcyclists where we discussed... *glancing around furtively*... God. And motorcycles. And Weiners. And we prayed. After the meeting, I probably scratched some part of my body. My white conservative male day is now winding to a close. I am content.

Well, except for the fact that I forgot to mention the real reason for this post. Obama will, to divert attention away from healthcare, at some point prior to the November election, cause some diversion to occur. Something will blow up. Something awful will happen. Something to make us turn our heads. Watch for it.

1 comment:

  1. Be sure I will have both eyes open. But I'm not sure I'd give him that much credit. He is an ideologue after all. He's perpetually swimming in his own kool-aid.

    I mean MOST people support his victory (Gallup, CBS, and every other poll just manages to find the racists), so there's no need for a distraction.

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