Tuesday, September 29, 2009

The Screw Turns

(Note to new readers: this is not my best post. That would be the one right before this one. I recommend that you immediately scroll down to that one, then maybe range around in the posts below, then come back to this one here.)
The blackest billingsgate, the most ungentlemanly insolence, the most yahooish brutality is patiently endured, countenanced, propagated, and applauded. But touch a solemn truth in collision with a dogma of a sect, though capable of the clearest proof, and you will soon find you have disturbed a nest, and the hornets will swarm about your legs and hands, and fly into your face and eyes.
     -John Addams

Well well well. To quote what Hussein Obama's mentor, tutor and possible biological father, (until I am can examine the original, certified, notarized, long form, vault copy certificate of live birth for myself, it would be irresponsible not to speculate,) Bill Ayers wrote in a personal letter to Osama Bin Laden in 2001: It appears the chickens have come home to roost.

As my many war-commenters will remember, a few days ago I broke the story of the horrifying attempts by none other than the usurper-in-chief himself to organize a cult of personality using the beacons of our future, our very children. Well, apparently, the word on the street has wound it's way up the grapevines to the halls of the ivory towers and tickled ears of our nation's elites- and as you can imagine, it seems there are quite a few movers and shakers 'getting sweaty beneath their white collars!' Now, apparently, the push back has begun!
There You Go Again.
     - Ronald Regan

Remember when this “administration” was willing to turn the full force of the Homeland security on a private citizen in a vain attempt to destroy citizen-journalist-hero Michelle Malkin? Well, like clockwork, they've once again leveled their sights on an American citizen, unleashing of one of the biggest of the big-dogs: newscaster John Leibowitz. From his 9/29- show starting at the 3:20 mark (Note: I include the clip for historical purposes only- I wouldn't recommend watching it, as professional-journalist Leibowitz's reporting skills are sub-par, even for the shout-masters at the MSM):
Who now among you thinks my “first they came for” rhetoric was overblown? It will be interesting to see how they attack your humble citizen-journalist tonight.

And the attacks are coming on other fronts as well: the crypto-facist-nazi-liberals at the agitprop hack-site Rumproast have threatened to add this beacon of truth to something called a “blog-roll”- no doubt another astro-turfed left-wing attempt to silence critics, something that us in the center right are thankfully above. Apparently,they have already sent an agent provociture on a scouting run at our little 'fortress of freedom.'

Obviously, they want to intimidate me into removing their quaint propiganda arm from my “Blogs I monitor” list. Well, think again! Unfortunately, that's not how us war-bloggers roll! Not only will I monitor them twice as hard- I encourage all my readers to monitor them as well. On that inevitable day when you rumproasters let your guard down, we will be there. And then, to quote an unnamed patriot (possibly the great Ronald Regan): “we will bury you.”

Good night, fellow Americans. God bless.

(And too my war-commenters: I apologize for the lack of depth in this particular bit of citizen reporting- unfortunately I allowed my son to get me entangled in an internet snipe hunt for an affordable, backwards compatible,. refurbished PS3. Apparently, they don't exist. Also, budding.) 


  1. By the way- does anyone know of a decent wysiwyg HTML editor that plays well with blogspot? Because inserting that Daily Show clip, along with the quote tags, was a real pain in the behind.

    Plus, it seems like the links in the posts change colors depending on the computer I use, which is a bit irritating. They're meant to be purple, but they end up being only slightly darker blue on other systems.

  2. Also- does anyone know how pingbacks at Town Hall work? Because I'd really like to get the information I've uncovered out before a truly appreciative audience- but it seems to involve twitter, which seems to be a venue open only to the top tier of center-right commentators.

  3. i like blogs but i LOOVE YOURS

  4. your blog is almost as good as the daily show sry your good but your not THAT good

  5. Politicians are the same all over. They promise to build a bridge even where they is no river. ~Nikita Khrushchev

  6. im honestly suprised usually new blogs arent this good

  7. Just wanted to say to every one, thanks for all the appreciative comments. It's really heartening to know that someone out there is not only reading this, but actually likes it.

    Also, you should come up with clever names so I can tell you apart. (Unless you're all the same person, in which case, carry on.)