Friday, November 23, 2012

Right Jabs For November 23, 2012

Politics is not a playground, it’s a battlefield.  Here are a few links from conservative bloggers who are waging a war of words against the misanthropy, priggishness, prejudice, luddism, illiberalism and irrationalism of the mainstream media bobble-head dolls and groupthink poodles of the press corps.

“…you can have open borders or you can have a welfare state, but you can’t have both”.

There's a reason it's called "Black Friday."

Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes.

“Could it be that the Editorial Board of the Washington Post is a pack of pathetic political hacks who’ll engage in racial hate speech in order to advance the White House’s agenda?

It’s quite obvious who made up the fantasy about the YouTube video, so let’s quit playing games

…how soon until conservatives turn on him as a complete sellout?  My guess is it'll happen as soon as some of those 2000+ pages of provisions start to kick in.

Buckle up, freedom loving patriots; we’re in for a bumpy ride.

It’s déjà vu all over again.

Is there no Democrat with virtue who will decry this madness?

If they throw away their alleged principles and try to out-Democrat Democrats, the GOP could easily end up losing even more than it hopes to gain. It’s a complex, not a simple equation.

Why does anyone care what Marco Rubio thinks about creationism?

“The entire English language was created by slave owners as a means of oppression. You can’t just say that one word is a racist code word or another. The whole language, every single word, letter and apostrophe in it is racist. It’s a fact. If you speak English, you’re a racist.

Hey, why not?  The national government is nothing but a farce these days anyway.

Why are we here? To get drunk? Yes, but Americans are specifically in this place because we're not like the rest of the world. With our dedication to preservation of liberty, we should be happy when the rest of the world doesn't like us. Not to be mean, but the feeling's mutual, except for how we usually have a case.

They no longer wished to be part of a union held together by “force of bayonet”. 

Instead of running a “we’re thankful for…” editorial Thursday, something positive, the Washington Post editorial board attempted some tushy covering for Team Obama and Susan Rice.


  1. So I see the first entry and think, "Oh, good - Curmudgeon liked Bruce's article, too" - only to discover a link to meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!


  2. @Adrienn,

    Yes, yoooooou, my dear. Have a great weekend.


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