Slaughter House Rules = Martial Law! - Mark Levin

>> March 12, 2010

RED ALERT: We Are Now Living Under Martial Law -- House Democrats Appear Set to Pass Senate Bill Without Voting On It


Let me be as clear as I know how. If this is done, this will create the greatest Constitutional crisis since the Civil War. It would be 100 times worse than Watergate. ...It would be government by fiat... meaning there would be no law... the mere discussion by officials in this government is such a grotesque violation of the actual legislative function of Congress [that it] puts us... at the brink. At the brink. This is why we conservatives revere the Constitution. This is why we stress the Constitution's words have meaning and historical context and must be complied with. Because otherwise we have anarchy, which leads to tyranny.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,...

I'm nearing the point of withdrawing consent. This adminstruation and the democrats who are attempting this complete ousting of the Constitution must be impeached and thrown out. I'm not sure we can wait until November.

Read the rest at Doug Ross's place.


Fun With Google - or - Why Does Obama Hate My Country?

While researching an article the other day, I came to an interesting conclusion. Google is liberal. If it's not liberal, then it is definitely left leaning and certainly anti-conservative.

The reason I say this is Google seems to be engaging in one of my pet peeves of modern politics. Projection. Taking ones own faults and projecting them onto others.

Case in point:
My premise for the search is "Obama hates republicans".
I believe there is plenty of evidence out there to agree with this theory. All you have to do is listen to one of The Won's speeches to hear him denegrade the republicans for causing some such economic disaster or social calamity or another.


Google doesn't know this.
Exhibit "A"

If you look closely at the following screen cap you will see that there is only one return that remotely fits the search terms. That answer is: "Why does Obama hate my country?". That's it. (Good question by the way. Keep wondering that myself.) Try it for yourself. I've searched on several computers because I thought mine might have conservative keyword cookies in it or some such shit, but no, Google always returns similar results.

Then I thought, hmmm, I wonder if I'm using too strong a term? I mean, "hate" is pretty stout. Maybe he really just "dislikes" them in the circuits of Google. So,

Exhibit "B"

Still turning the phrase around to suit an opposite agenda. Pushing the point home that the republicans hate/dislike Obama, Pelosi, Hillary, babies, little puppies and sea urchins.  Which is completely false. We do not hate sea urchins.

Now then, while I was at it, I thought hmmm, I wonder what kind of result BING would return?

Needless to say, not as telling, but the fun came in with the auto complete feature on both websites.

First BING. Check out what BING thinks you might think Obama hates.

I didn't know there was an Obama Hate Mall. Wonder what's on sale there? Hmmm...

Now Google
WTF is a borf?

Now for the really scary one. While I was typing in the first "Obama hates Republicans" query, I got to the "r" and stopped. Can you see why?

Hope he doesn't get those lasers tuned up anytime soon...
Crossposted at The Resistance


Real Motivation

Looks like theCL started the party without me.

Well, this ain't my first rodeo...

I'm wondering if imaginary, artistic, shiny, metallic robot wimmin qualify for The Other McCain's Rule 5? Tune in Sunday to find out...

Sunday Update: Ding! Ring the bell, win a prize. Hits! Lots of hits. thanks to Smitty and RSM for the linkage! Hydraulic hottie. I like it.

UPDATE: WyBlog points out the Robot's erection tools, then picks up the motivational torch and runs with it. All the way to Jersey! That's OK though. We needs lots of motivation up in that neck o' the woods these days and it would appear that at least one of them WyBlog girls has some tools of her own.


I've Been Remiss to Reminisce

OK, maybe that title works, maybe it doesn't. Time will tell.

Let's go old school...



>> March 11, 2010

I was surfing along today, just clicking around, you know me, looking for a trinket or something I could bring home to the two of you who stop by every now and again, when I happened to stop by Carol's Ye Olde PhotoShoppe  otherwise known as No Sheeples Here to do some browsing and you know, she has the most spot on piece of work on display. I had to steal it so I could show it to you.

I nick named it "Con-fetti-stitution". Very "telling" don't you think? With a whisp of melancholy. It kind-of screamed at me. Like it wanted to be liberated from a horrible machine, or chains of some sort. Oh. I don't know. I really don't know much about art. What does it say to you?

She also has a good article to go along with the art. You should pay her a visit and check it out.


Obama Want's Your DNA, Guilty or Not

The hit's just keep coming...

Now El Presidente' Obummer has proposed creating a national database of harvested DNA samples from every person arrested, regardless of guilt or innocence!

This is getting oh so Nineteen eighty four. I wonder sometimes if we are, in fact, too late to stem the tide of tyranny. It seems more like a Tsunami of invasion and abuses.

Obama appeared on the TV show "America's Most Wanted" (Why not!) and was interviewed by the host John Walsh:

"We have 18 states who are taking DNA upon arrest," Walsh said. "It’s no different than fingerprinting or a booking photo. ... Since those states have been doing it, it has cleared 200 people that are innocent from jail." "It’s the right thing to do"” Obama replied. "This is where the national registry becomes so important, because what you have is individual states — they may have a database, but if they’re not sharing it with the state next door, you’ve got a guy from Illinois driving over into Indiana, and they’re not talking to each other."

Well, if 18 states (?!) have already lain down like lambs, what's the problem with doing it at the federal level?


Ever hear of a search warrant? reasonable suspicion? I'm not a lawyer but this is invasion of privacy plain and simple, not to mention illegal search and seizure, and those are just for starters.

And you want these invasive bastards running your health care system?

Good luck with that.

The full story here.

I've got to go to work. Some illegals are depending on me.
Meanwhile, enjoy the music.


Oldest Trick in the World

>> March 10, 2010

UPDATE: Apparently, Doug Ross is a fan of speedy tablecloths. Who knew?
Thanks for the link Sir!


Cut Taxes? Spur Capital Investment? Increase Employment?

Senate: Nah.
We'll just extend unemployment instead.

Let's make sure everyone remains on the government dole shall we?

Via Open Congress:
The Senate has just passed a $140 billion bill includes an extension for unemployment benefits through the end of the year, tax credits and billions in emergency aid to states.
One week after approving a 30-day extension of unemployment benefits (H.R.4691), the Senate today passed the American Workers, State, and Business Relief Act (H.R.4321), which provides a longer-term extension of those benefits. Specifically, the bill extends federal unemployment assistance through Dec. 31 and provides a 65 percent subsidy for COBRA health insurance premiums. The coverage is retroactive to Feb. 28.
I think we've been over this before...

And they call the republicans the party of no?

I think the repubs need to get a little louder on all fronts.


Mensa Invitational

From the Robot's inbox:

The Washington Post's Mensa Invitational once again invited readers to take any word from the dictionary, alter it by adding,  subtracting, or changing one letter, and supply a new definition.

 Here are the winners:

1. Cashtration (n.): The act of buying a house, which renders the subject financially impotent for an indefinite period of time.

2. Ignoranus : A person who's both stupid and an asshole.

3. Intaxicaton : Euphoria at getting a tax refund, which lasts until you realize it was your money to start with.

4. Reintarnation : Coming back to life as a  hillbilly.

5. Bozone ( n.): The substance surrounding stupid people that stops bright ideas from penetrating. The bozone layer, unfortunately, shows little sign of breaking down in the near future.

6. Foreploy : Any misrepresentation about yourself for the purpose of getting laid.

More after the jump.

7. Giraffiti : Vandalism spray-painted very, very high

8. Sarchasm : The gulf between the author of sarcastic wit and the person who doesn't get it.

9. Inoculatte : To take coffee intravenously when you are running late.

10. Osteopornosis : A degenerate disease. (This one got extra credit.)

11. Karmageddon : It's like, when everybody is sending off all these really bad vibes, right? And then, like, the Earth explodes and it's like, a serious

12. Decafalon (n.): The grueling event of getting through the day consuming only things that are good for you.

13. Glibido : All talk and no action.

14. Dopeler Effect: The tendency of stupid ideas to seem smarter when they come at you rapidly.

15. Arachnoleptic Fit (n.): The frantic dance performed just after you've accidentally walked through a spider web.

16. Beelzebug (n.): Satan in the form of a mosquito, that gets into your bedroom at three in the morning and cannot be cast out.

17. Caterpallor ( n.): The color you turn after finding half a worm in the fruit you're eating.

The Washington Post has also published the winning submissions to its yearly contest, in which readers are asked to supply alternate meanings for common words.

  And the winners are:

1. Coffee, n. The person upon whom one coughs.

2. Flabbergasted, adj. Appalled by discovering how much weight one has gained.

3. Abdicate, v. To give up all hope of ever having a flat stomach.

4. Esplanade, v. To attempt an explanation while drunk.

5. Willy-nilly, adj. Impotent.

6. Negligent, adj. Absentmindedly answering the door when wearing only a nightgown.

7. Lymph, v. To walk with a lisp.

8. Gargoyle, n. Olive-flavored mouthwash.

9. Flatulence, n. Emergency vehicle that picks up someone who has been run over by a steamroller.

10. Balderdash, n. A rapidly receding hairline.

11. Testicle, n. A humorous question on an exam.

12. Rectitude, n. The formal, dignified bearing adopted by proctologists.

14. Oyster, n. A person who sprinkles his conversation with Yiddishisms.

15. Frisbeetarianism, n. The belief that, after death, the soul flies up onto the roof and gets stuck there.

16. Circumvent, n. An opening in the front of boxer shorts worn by Jewish men.


No Fish For You!

In another "historic" and "unprecidented" signal yesterday, the Obamachine seems poised to mow down another bit of American Sovereignty. - The right to catch our own fish, or as it's known in some parts of the world, food!

From ESPN:

The Obama administration will accept no more public input for a federal strategy that could prohibit U.S. citizens from fishing some of the nation's oceans, coastal areas, Great Lakes, and even inland waters...
emphasis added
"In spite of what we hear daily in the press about the President's concern for jobs and the economy and contrary to what he stated in the June order creating this process, we have seen no evidence from NOAA or the task force that recreational fishing and related jobs are receiving any priority."

Led by NOAA's Jane Lubchenco, the task force has shown no overt dislike of recreational angling, but its indifference to the economic, social and biological value of the sport has been deafening.

Additionally, Lubchenco and others in the administration have close ties to environmental groups who would like nothing better than to ban recreational angling. And evidence suggests that these organizations have been the engine behind the task force since before Obama issued a memo creating it last June.
As more evidence of collusion, the green groups began clamoring for an Executive Order to implement the task force's recommendations even before the public comment period ended in February. Fishing advocates had no idea that this was coming.

Perhaps not so coincidentally, the New York Times reported on Feb. 12 that "President Obama and his team are preparing an array of actions using his executive power to advance energy, environmental, fiscal and other domestic policy priorities."

Morlock fears that "what we're seeing coming at us is an attempted dismantling of the science-based fish and wildlife model that has served us so well. There's no basis in science for the agendas of these groups who are trying to push the public out of being able to fish and recreate."Conflicts (user) are overstated and problems are manufactured. It's all just an excuse to put us off the water."

I know the answer and yet, I still find myself asking: "Who are these people? What freakin' planet did they come from?" 

Lord help us.

Read the rest here.
HT Quigley


Robotic Linkfest

>> March 9, 2010

Present Discontent - Blog Debate – Sarah Palin & The Economy, Pt. 2
Pundit and Pundette - Just because we likes 'em!
Potluck - Smart ladies over there.
MAinfo - Calling all swing votes...
The Classic Liberal - Bumper Sticker Politics
The Thinker - Just in case you missed it...
Villainous Company - Ewww!
Theo Spark - Righteous outrage...
Washington Rebel - Gubment Educashun?
WyBlog - Same sex census?
The Lotus - Just because we like her.
The BlogProf - Mark Levin at the Reagan Library
The Troglopundit - 'Cause I like to annoy the Trog
No Sheeples Here - She's got a sword and wields it on The Wizard of Berzerkistan who parries very well his own self.
The Daley Gator - Another day another marxist...

WTF? Fox news calls Geert Wilders a fascist?
The Other McCain has the scoop and discussion. Has someone slipped a Fox exec a Kool-Aid mickey?

The Resistance - See how I slipped that in here? Tricksey little hobbitses. Hates them we does.

Political Realities - wants a pay cut for congress.
Motor City Times - My new friend
Moe Lane - Has Sandra Bullock
That's Right - Has a problem with policies that don't work. Who'd a thunk it?
Makes My Brain Itch - offers some coffee, tea or...
Little Miss Attila - Because I read somewhere "It's bad karma not to link her"
Left Coast Rebel - On censorship
Eye of Polyphemus - Need I explain?
Founding Bloggers - Good work over there
Gateway Pundit - Nancy Pelosi thinks Obama Care has to pass before we find out what's in it. Asinine!

Conservative Hideout - points us to a former Soviet schooling the liberals.
Doug Ross - would rather be waterboarding...
Caught Him With A Corndog - Stop by and bid Red a fond farewell. (I hope not for good.)

 ------>UPDATE: Corndog's Back! - She was just playin' opossum. - Don't scare me like that :)

Interesting News Items - Has Murtha's replacement
Liberal Guy - Is he really liberal? hmmmm
The Live Wyre - has a Photoshop I'm going to steal - Fair warning - Collaborated with Big Fur Hat of iOTW. - A masterpiece.

And one more - Texas Fred - I like Texas, and I have an uncle named Fred. So there.

If I missed anyone who has linked to me in the last forevah, please let me know.


Updates and oversights I: Oops "How Soon We Forget" edition.
Legalize the Constitution and The Lights of Albuquerque - I think Jeff might have been the first to link the bot in his blogrolls. Thanks for reminding a forgetful slob.
Gorges' Grouse - Cause He's a faithful commenter and a curmudgeonly composer of country-style common-sense.

Mayhap I feel a linkfest - "Commenting Bloggers' Edition" in the works. Hmmmm...


Insurance Companies - With Obama, It's a Love Hate Thing

Obama just hates him some insurance. He loves to love it too. After ripping them over their supposedly obscene profits, he attempts to placate them by offering - wait for it, waaait for it,

ThreeHundredThirtySix Billion Dollars!

Give me a break.

Read about it here.

H/T Quigley

Crossposted at The Resistance


Rick Perry In Trouble!


Texas Gubernatorial Candidate Bill White Slams Perry for Budget Cuts!
What a surprise! A democrat who doesn't want to cut spending.

Bonus: In a classic bit of projection, White uses the term "soviet-style"  when  describing Perry's
budget management.

Maybe Bill White was thinking about somewhere a little bit to the north east.

Attention Mr. White: You're doing it wrong.

Keep up the good work.

Crossposted to The Resistance


Worth the Time...

Two articles at the Tenth Amendment center caught my eye this morning. One concerning federalism and states rights, and another opining the government's inability to restrain itself and who's responsibility it is to restrain it. (I'll give you three guesses and the first two don't count.)

Thirdly this humble Robot has been invited to join a bunch of blogging brainiacks over at The Resistance. It's a new group blog offering discourse from a libertarian/conservative perspective with a lot of talent and a pinch of snark. Check it out. Bookmark it! It promises to be a lot of fun.


Free Speech Impediment (With Every Purchase!)

>> March 8, 2010

Here's an open letter to President Obama that he will never see. Not because I didn't send it. I did this weekend in the form of faxes. I just want to stick it up here on the interwebz Mr President, in case you would like to refer to it later. You know, in case you forgot.

Dear Mr. President,

Sir, Please stop what you are doing and listen to the people you serve. We don't share your view of America. We The People want you and Congress to start over on Health Care Reform. There are better ways to help people get medical care than enslaving the rest of us (US).

Just had to get that out of the way.

Now, today's topic is Free Speech or more aptly, the restriction of it.
Why you ask?
Because I made this cool Motivator. That's why.

Back in August 2009, Barack Obama said that he wanted his critics to shut up and get out of the way.

Then, in October 2009 he cosponsored an anti-free speech resolution at the United Nations.

In an article at Human Events Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch quotes legal expert Eugene Volokh:
"If the U.S. backs a resolution that urges the suppression of some speech," he explains, "presumably we are taking the view that all countries -- including the U.S. -- should adhere to this resolution. If we are constitutionally barred from adhering to it by our domestic constitution, then we’re implicitly criticizing that constitution, and committing ourselves to do what we can to change it"” He adds that in order to be consistent, "the Administration would presumably have to take what steps it can to ensure that supposed ‘hate speech’ that incites hostility will indeed be punished..."
More recently, speaking of the POTUS's State of the Union Address,  Robert Spencer rightly calls out Obama for criticizing the Supreme Court:
"During his State of the Union address, Barack Obama criticized the Supreme Court for overturning major portions of the McCain-Feingold Campaign Finance Reform Act. But the Supreme Court was upholding the freedom of speech: when the high court struck down key McCain-Feingold provisions last month, its ruling declared that "if the First Amendment has any force, it prohibits Congress from fining or jailing citizens, or associations of citizens, for simply engaging in political speech."
Is there a pattern here?

Whatever he says he deplores, he deploys.

This man is the biggest threat to our freedoms in the last one hundred years, possibly evah. While he's cosponsoring resolutions at the UN which denounce incitement and hatred, he has shown that he has had no qualms with those tactics in the past, as when he suggested using those same tools against his opponents during the presidential campaign.

Watch him. Watch what he says, then watch what he does. I guarantee you the two are diametrically opposed.

So now, we are invited to watch his narcissism on display as he is obsessed with shoving his beloved Health Care Plan down the throats of an unwilling populace. (Sorry for that visual.) Are we to sit idly by while this happens? That is what the authors of this little play would have us do. That or fawn all over them like sycophantic groupies backstage at a rock concert.

I can't and won't do it.

Send your faxes also.

Side note-
Thinking out loud - I can't be sure but I would think that there could be an effect on the mind of someone who is constantly told A when Z is actually true and is proven to be so. One could also speculate that it would be akin to a psychological torture or conditioning of some kind if perpetuated time and time again. (Lather, Rinse, Repeat.) I wonder what that might be called...

Any psychiatrists/neurologists in the house?


Iron Man 2 Trailer

The trailer for Iron Man 2 is out. You had to know I would get all geeky on that. Right?


Conservative Blogger Debate - Sarah Palin Edition!

>> March 7, 2010

Yowzah! I thought that would get your attention.
The Robot loves him some Palin!

TheCL of The Classic Liberal fame is moderating this edition of the Conservative Blogger Debate. To get you up to speed, here are some details I swiped from his site...

Last week's debate focused on the War on Terror:

This week's subject is Sarah Palin!
Debate participants include T. Christopher from Republican Redefined, and Don from Present Discontent and Conservative Hideout 2.0.

Present economic conditions being what they are (9.7% unemployment; projected 1.5 trillion budget deficit; skyrocketing national debt; etc.) what impact, if any, do you think Sarah Palin's prior actions as governor or policy pronouncements more recently, would have on any given specific economic indicator or the economy in general? Don't feel restrained to the indicators given in your answer. Specific examples of her implemented policies/pronouncements are encouraged but not necessarily required.
Ed: This is not intended to be a referendum on why we are where we are but rather a question on whether the debaters think Sarah Palin's prior actions and more recent words if implemented would have any impact (good, bad or indifferent) on the situation as it exists.
 That's it for the set up. You can follow the debate and also join in the punditry in the comments section of the hosting sites. These are some genuinely nice guys. I don't think anyone would get shown the door for sharing their thoughts. Once again here is the link. Cheers!

UPDATE: The first response has been issued.
UPDATE II: The reply has been posted. A shot across the bow? Or a direct hit?
UPDATE III: The volley is returned!


Truthers' New Spokesperson = Ahmadinejad

The AP this morning reported that, surprisingly, Iranian President Ahmadinejad is a 9/11 truther! I didn't know he was an fan of Charlie Sheen. Perhaps he's listening to Alex Jones on the interwebz.

"September 11 was a big lie and a pretext for the war on terror and a prelude to invading Afghanistan," Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying by state TV. He called the attacks a "complicated intelligence scenario and act."

Glad we got that out of the way. Now I can go on about my Sunday business knowing that a tin-horn, third world, wanna-be nuclear dictator is going to solve one of America's biggest mysteries for us. Maybe he can tell us who killed JFK while he's busy sleuthing around in our closet of quandary.

This isn't the amateur detective's first foray into 9/11 territory either:
At the time[2007], he also told Iranian state TV the attacks were "a result of mismanaging and inhumane managing of the world by the U.S," and that Washington was using Sept. 11 as an excuse to attack others.
I've got a suggestion for you there Ahckmadini ol' pal. Why don't you look out the window of your own palace there in Tehran? You might just find some of the inhumane mismanagement that you speak of.

Pay no attention to the man behind the turban.

Related Posts with Thumbnails




You win the "I scrolled to the bottom of the blog award". Which is an empty paper bag of hot air. But then, if you made it this far, that is exactly what you've received. Glad you stopped by.
Please, while you're here, hit he USO tip jar. Thanks.

  © Blogger templates Inspiration by 2008

Back to TOP