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April 16, 2008

B4B Exclusive: I Agree with B. Hussein Obama

Filed under: Debate,Democratic Idiocy — Tyler Dresden @ 10:51 pm

Gun CrazyIn tonight’s Democrat debate, Barry Obama said that the mentally deranged should not have guns. I agree. DemocRATs should not be allowed to own guns. Political affiliation should be required on the form when buying a gun, even a cap gun. If you’re a Republican, you get extra ammo for free. Fair’s fair.

I realize that this may not be popular, but Barry Islamobama (credit due to Psycheout) is right. Don’t let it be said that Blogs 4 Brownback is not fair. When a LIEberal DemocRAT is right, on that very rare occasion, B4B gives him props. So good for you, you gay homo crackhead muslim elitist snob, you got one right.

And it also became clear tonight that Shrillary is the anti-Mary, since she can’t possibly be the anti-Christ, not without a transgender operation, which would be a sin against God. Come to think of it, [s]he may already have had one. Discuss, if you dare.

Update: Hitlery just affirmed her support of affirmative inaction. If she really did, she’d have conceded to the gay negro voodoo priest, Barry Hussein Osama, weeks ago. Is she a liar or what?

Update 2: Doesn’t Shrillary look like a lesbian dyke tonight? No wonder she killed Vince Foster. He probably witnessed one of her many gay lesbian orgy blood sex rituals. Remember Elizabeth Bathory?

Update 3: Hitlery (aka She-Ra-Mamon-Lesbos) praised Reagan and Bush tonight. Who in the world is she trying to fool? She probably hired John Hinckley, Jr who was trying to impress Jodie Foster who played a whore in Taxi Driver. Hitlery is a gay lesbian whore who bathes in virgin blood to look young (too bad it doesn’t work). Coincidence? I think not.

Update 4: Obama said “bottom up.” Is he gay? Probably. Discuss your theories here.

td

February 8, 2008

Coulter: America Deserves to be Run By Moonbats


Ann Coulter has a point, here. If the Democrats win, the American people will flock to the Party of God. As it is, 8 years of moral, sensible government have made the American people complacent, and ripe for the lies and distortions of a deviant candidate like Hitlery.

As usual, Coulter’s one of the smarter analysts out there. (I do wish she’d strap her chest down, but otherwise I also find her a very moral, and very alluring, woman.) Where I tend to disagree with her is her failure to endorse Brownback. I’m not sure America can stand 4 years of Hitlery, even if it’s followed by another 2 decades of Republican dominance. We’re still languishing under a recession caused by Bill Clinton; do we really want a Hitlery recession added onto that? We’ll be in the Great Depression in no time if we keep letting Democrats rule us.

I agree with Coulter about one thing, though: maybe America deserves to be run by Democrats. If we can’t elect God’s candidate, then Hell’s choice is our substitution.

January 30, 2008

GOP Debate on CNN

Filed under: Debate,Open Thread,Republicans — Psycheout @ 6:20 pm
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DebateNow that Giuliani has dropped out and endorsed McCain, there’s one less RINO participating in the debate. Since Mittens is likely to get his clock cleaned on Super Tuesday, I expect that he will go after McCain. Huckabee will likely stay above the fray and exude class and demonstrate that he is clearly Presidential material. Ron Paul will rant like a kook and blame America first.

It should be an interesting debate.

It starts at 8:00pm EST and will air on CNN.  It will also be streamed at CNN.com.

Feel free to comment about the debate while it is ongoing and then let everyone know who you think won, once it is all over.

— Psycheout

January 24, 2008

MSNBC GOP Debate

Filed under: Debate,Republicans — Psycheout @ 8:41 pm

DebateThe debate is ongoing.  You can watch it online here, maybe.

Giuliani is fighting for his life.

Huckabee is fighting for life.

John McCain is fighting for his life to be the frontrunner.

Mittens Romney is pandering for his life.

Ron Paul is stabbing America in the back for his life.

Fred Thompson is asleep for his life.

May the best man win.  Thankfully no girls are running for the GOP nomination.

— Psycheout

January 18, 2008

Open Mount Rushmore Thread

Mount Rushmore 2.0Which former Presidents should we remove from Mount Rushmore? None, some, or all? Is the entire endeavour an anti-Christian graven image on par with the Statue of “Liberty?” Discuss.

Updated with picture of new and improved Mount Rushmore.

January 10, 2008

South Carolina Debate

Filed under: Debate,Republicans — Psycheout @ 4:38 pm
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DebateAt 9pm EST there will be a debate between the GOP candidates in South Carolina, broadcast on Fox News Channel and moderated by the always brilliant Brit Hume.

Since there is no frontrunner at this stage in the race and the Michigan and South Carolina primaries are just around the corner, expect a knock down bare knuckle fight.

Romney has yet to win.  McCain may do well in Michigan and it looks like it’s between Huckabee and McCain in South Carolina.  Hold onto your hats!

Duncan Hunter will not be participating.

The debate will be streamed online at foxnews.com.

— Psycheout

January 1, 2008

Crime and Punishment

Crime and PunishmentA reader sent me this article, and it makes me see red:

As Sarah Kreager, 26, tried to sit down on a Baltimore City bus Tuesday, police say, a middle-schooler told her she couldn’t. When she attempted to take another seat, a middle-schooler wouldn’t let her. Finally, according to police, Kreager just sat down.

She was “immediately attacked” by nine students — three females and six males — from Robert Poole Middle School. They punched and kicked her at 2:59 p.m. at the intersection of 33rd Street and Chestnut Avenue, according to Maryland Transit Administration police.

Kreager was dragged off the bus and her boyfriend, Troy Ennis, attempted to get her back on, police said.

She sustained “serious injuries” and had to be transported to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center, according to a police report.

Kreager suffered two broken bones in her left eye socket, police said.

“She had eye muscles that were damaged,” a police report states. “She had deep lacerations on the top of her head and another above her neck.”

Two seats and the bus’ rear glass were destroyed during the attack, police said.

The bus driver on the No. 27 line quickly called police, who responded and arrested the nine juveniles, said Jawauna Greene, an MTA police spokeswoman.

All nine suspects, ages 14 and 15, were arrested and charged with aggravated assault.

Their bus tickets — provided by the school — have been revoked, Greene said.

“Riding the bus is a privilege,” she said. “Public safety is our primary concern.”

I don’t live in, or near Baltimore, and I wouldn’t want to. But this is a national problem. All of our major cities, and many of our minor cities, are turning out like this. Crime and the young age of the new criminals are issues of primary national concern. As the policewoman noted, “Public safety is our primary concern.”

The reader who sent me the link also included these comments of his own on solutions to the problem:

Soldiers on the streets are what quell riots, not what start them. Weakness starts them. Lilly-livered, p***ified urban strategies that rely solely on miracles for solving real practical problems. Strategies like…um…hoping gentrification will put a new coat of whitewash on the ghetto. Hint: gentrification doesn’t solve poverty. The poor and f***ed are still poor and f***ed no matter how many shell games you use to move the ghetto around.

Call it what it is: The cities are warzones. Cops are just soldiers, and they’re badly trained and underequiped soldiers at that. Put real soldiers on the streets and stop the drug trade and predatory violence dead solid cold. You slang a rock or try to jack somebody, you die. They shoot one of the soldiers, raze the block he was standing on. Dumbs**t bangers only get one thing, strength. And we just retreat because race is involved, and when it comes to race, it’s all about bulls**t.

By every available piece of data, a soldier in Baghdad is safer than the mean citizen of most major American cities. An Iraqi policeman (aka big f***ing target) is safer there than in NO, Detroit, DC, Baltimore, NY, and Philly. Last I heard, there was a war/civil war/insurrection going on over there. But here? Nothing to see here, move along, pay no attention to the blood on the street or the hate filled black man waving a gun. Nope, no insurrection here.

I couldn’t agree more, personally. I couldn’t have said it better myself. These jackals only understand force, so force is what we need to give them. We need to hire some contractors to patrol the streets of our cities, and they need kill on sight orders for anyone committing a crime or out after curfew. It’s the only way to keep this country safe. And keeping America safe is the only way to keep it free.

December 12, 2007

Alan Keyes Highlight Reel

Filed under: Alan Keyes,Campaign 2008,Debate,YouTube — Psycheout @ 11:07 pm

Since this is a fair and balanced political blog, it’s time to give Ambassador Alan Keyes his due. Here is a highlight reel featuring the very best of Presidential candidate Alan Keyes from today’s debate in Iowa. Enjoy!

Update: Alan Keyes shortly after the debate, reciting Ezekiel 25:17.  I think you can also seen Ron Paul towards the end of the clip.  This may not be safe for work or for younger children.  Parental discretion is advised.

— Psycheout

December 5, 2007

Open Science Thread

Filed under: Debate,Defending America,Demons,Open Thread,Science — Sisyphus @ 1:31 pm

Are the French human, or are they demons in disguise, like platypusses and Sean Penn?  Discuss.

November 28, 2007

Tonight’s CNN/YouTube Debate: Keep the Dummies at Bay [UPDATED]

Filed under: Debate,Open Thread,Republicans — Psycheout @ 3:30 pm
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I Want To BelieveNote: by “dummies” I’m not singling out Giuliani and Romney, nor am I referring to head dummy/dhimmi Ron Paul.

Yes, tonight is the CNN/YouTube debate for the Republican candidates. After the last such debate, which featured a talking snowman asking stupid questions about the fictional nonsense of global warming, many Republicans were naturally concerned about the suitability of the format. Carnival sideshow or Presidential debate? It’s undignified to be asked about fictional issues by fictional characters.

Fortunately, this time, CNN promises to keep the rabble and trufers at bay. We’ll see if the network remains true to its word and prevents the debate from degenerating into a three ring circus. But this is the level of questioning that could be expected from the “informed” public:

“If you would have taken the most-viewed questions last time, the top question would have been whether Arnold Schwarzenegger was a cyborg sent to save the planet Earth,” says Bohrman, the debate’s executive producer. “The second-most-viewed video question was: Will you a convene a national meeting on UFOs?”

Perhaps an intelligence test for registering voters would be a good idea. For example if someone answers in the affirmative to the question “are you stupid enough to even consider voting for Ron Paul?” they would be barred from voting. If a potential voter doesn’t understand that a vote for a Democrat is a vote for unrestrained socialism, registration would be denied.

Anyway, consider this an open thread to discuss the debate as it proceeds this evening.

I shall be watching to see what dress Giuliani decides to wear and to see if Romney is principled enough to stand up for his pledge to keep Muslims out of his Cabinet or if he chooses to flip flop yet again.

Update: Sorry to be so late in adding this. A live online stream is available from CNN. But I’m watching it on the television, since I really don’t want to add a Turner plugin. Why should I?

See also: You might want to read through and participate in the Race42008 debate discussion. At more than 350 comments so far, I suspect they will be starting a new one soon. Debate Open Thread II is up over at Race 4 2008. Join in!

Update 2: DaveG over at Race 4 2008 concludes that McCain and Romney were the “big winners.” I can’t say I completely agree with that assessment, but he makes some very good points. Romney was phony as always, but perhaps that what his fans like about him. I wonder what they thought of Bill Clinton?

Meanwhile, Rett Hatcher argues rather effectively with plenty of links to relevant commentary and polling data that, no, Huckabee ran away with it. Will this help his chances in Iowa?

Anyway, here’s my quick assessment:

  • John McCain and Mike Huckabee came out looking pretty good. They won by default. Actually McCain was more substantive than folksy jokey Huck, so surprisingly McCain edges him out. He had a decent night. But he wins since because expectations for the frontrunners is high. And they did anything but shine in the debate.
  • Fred Thompson‘s performance was fair, better than I’d seen him so far. Too little too late. Don’t quit your day job, Fred.
  • Rudy Giuliani had an off night, and most people seem to agree. That’s a good thing. Perhaps he was worried about and preoccupated with his latest potential scandal.  Rudy did throw a good barb at Romney though: “sanctuary mansion.”  (Mitt’s mansion apparently employed illegals.)
  • Mitt Romney, as usual, was completely phony all the way. I don’t get what people see in the guy: he’s a plastic robot. Phony as a three dollar bill. He didn’t recognize himself when shown a video of him speaking in favor of abortion. And no wonder. The guy’s a slippery chameleon. Slick Willard.
  • Duncan Hunter did okay but didn’t get much facetime. Only The Tanc got less. I think he clearly mishandled the gays in the military question, delivered coincidentally by the head of Hillary Clinton’s Gay Steering Committee. Dirty pool! I wonder who that question was actually intended to wound.  Still, Duncan’s a good candidate for Secretary of Defense.
  • Tom Tancredo did okay, but other than influencing the debate on illegal immigration, he’s done. Given the time he was allowed to speak, he might as well have stayed home.
  • Ron Paul continues to cloak his irrelevance with outrageous outbursts about conspiracy theories. Tell us more about the Trilateral Commission and the Illuminati, Ron. We love it.

Stupidest moment of the night: The final question about baseball (Yankees v. Red Sox) and Rudy and Romney’s pathetic and pandery answers were easily the stupidest most irrelevant garbage of the night. Fitting, since that describes these two awful candidates. Two big thumbs down. In the future, please forgo making the final question cutesy and funny. It doesn’t work.

— Psycheout

November 19, 2007

Open Immigration Thread

ProhibidoLong-time commenter Marcia P. recently sent me this email:

Dear Sisyphus,

As you know, I very much enjoy reading your blog. I don’t get to comment on there very often, as my arthritis makes typing difficult. But I think it’s high time you addressed the immigration issue.

The other day, Ralph and I were in Sam’s Club, and it seemed like half the people working there were Hispanic. Most of them didn’t speak English, and more than one of them was incredibly rude. We left without making a purchase, and will not be returning. We will not pay the annual fee to enter a store that lets foreigners make fun of us.

I disagree with Senator Brownback on this point. He wants to let the illegals come in and take our jobs. I want to kill these people, chop their hands off, and send them home to their families as a warning to the rest of them. Our country is under attack by these people, and it needs to respond in kind.

I recently read that the Democrat candidates all oppose giving driver licenses to illegals. That makes sense to me, as far as it goes. But like most Democrat measures, it doesn’t go far enough. I agree with the Democrats on this one, but I don’t think Sam Brownback does.

Brownback doesn’t understand that this is a good way to kill the thieves off peacefully. Illegals mostly drive around other illegals anyway. They can’t afford to live around real Americans, not for the pennies they make stealing our jobs. Let them kill one another. What do I care if some Latinos die? At least my tax dollars didn’t go toward financing their illicit driving on roads my tax dollars also paid for.

We should build a wall with painted-on gates at the border, then let the Mexicans crash into it when they try to leave America with the money they stole from hard-working Americans. I think not letting them have drivers’ licenses would facilitate this endeavour. Most of them are too stupid and ignorant to notice a painted fence; as for the ones that outsmart the fence, that’s what the dogs are for.

Please let me know your thoughts on this matter. I remain your faithful reader and sister in Christ,

Marcia P.

Marcia, President Brownback will not coddle illegals as much as you seem to think he will. Check out his position on the issue. But there’s a difference between not coddling people and not killing them. Remember, most of the Hispanics are decent Catholic conservatives. As such, we should treat them like human beings. They’re not dogs for you to shoot in the street, you know.

I usually agree with you on the issues, Marcia, but in my opinion you’re being a little unreasonable here. Killing millions of illegal immigrants will not make our country any better off. Far from it. In fact, your letter struck me as somewhat (and I hope I’m being off-base, here) racist. Just because someone has brown skin doesn’t mean we should kill them. I got the impression from your letter that maybe you don’t agree with me here. I should point out to you, though, that the only support you’re likely to get for that position around here is from Spacebrother’s candidate, Ron Paul.

What did everybody else think of this letter? Discuss.

November 14, 2007

Open Movie Thread

Filed under: Debate,Defending America,Family Values,Media,Media Bias,Open Thread — Sisyphus @ 11:56 am

Movie Slate BoardWhich movie is more harmful to American culture, your average pornographic film or “Fahrenheit 9/11”? My vote is on the latter, as more people will see it. Also, treason is a far worse sin than lust. But others may disagree. Discuss.

October 9, 2007

Michigan GOP Debate; Update: Debate Review

Filed under: Debate,Republicans,RINOs — Psycheout @ 2:02 pm

DebateThe debate will air in just a few minutes (4pm EST) on CNBC and will run for two hours. As previously mentioned, this is Fred Thompson‘s first debate. If you don’t get CNBC or can’t get to a TV, you can view it online live at CNBC or Click on Detroit.

“Your Money Your Vote” will be reaired later tonight on MSNBC.

Update: 45 minutes in and Fred Thompson is still awake! He’s beating the expectations so far!

Update 2: 1 hour 20 minutes in and Fred Thompson is still awake! He did get the first question after the break, so maybe he was getting a little groggy. And he mentioned something about eating one’s seed corn or something. This is getting really exciting. The debate goes on.

Update 3: Apparently CNBC/WSJ are going to give it to McCain for the win. They liked his joke about wanting 0% interest rates. Fiscal conservatives always like a good belly laugh.

Update 4: Read on for my objective impressions of the candidates and the debate. You won’t want to miss it!

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October 8, 2007

Don’t Drool, Fred!

Filed under: Debate,Fred Thompson,RINOs — Psycheout @ 10:05 pm

Ol' Fred ThompsonRoger Simon sets the expectations high for Fred Thompson in tomorrow’s debate.

All he has to do is not fall asleep.

All he has to do is not throw up.

All he has to do is not drool.

Ha ha ha! But can Fred! do it? It will be interesting to see how the man once touted to be the conservative savior fares in the debate. He recently picked up the endorsement of George “Macaca” Allen and wowed fairgoers by riding around in a golf cart.

Here’s a preview of tomorrow night’s debate:

Matthews: So, Sen. Thompson, tell us where you stand on SCHIP.

Thompson: I don’t really know about SCHIP, Chris. I am more of a Chips Ahoy! man. They are some kind of delicious.

Matthews: SCHIP is the State Children’s Health Insurance Program. It is not a cookie.

Thompson: Well, Chris, Chips Ahoy! is not just a cookie. It is the chocolate chunks everybody wants.

Ron Paul will blame neocon zionists for the lack of chunks in his cookie. And the audience will blow chunks, or toss cookies if you prefer. And as to Fred!‘s debate preparation:

“I’ll have to do a few things to get ready for that, that’s for sure,” he told me. “I am probably a little rusty on my sound-bite delivery. Unfortunately, that is kind of what it boils down to. But hopefully I will be able to hang with them.”

And that’s all he has to do. Hang with them. Or else he will surely hang alone.

Either Fred Thompson will fall asleep or he will put us to sleep. Either way, it will be an interesting debate. Or not. Fortunately there will be at least one real conservative on the stage: Sam Brownback. He’s the one to watch, no question about it.

— Psycheout

October 1, 2007

Values Voter Debate Flashback

Filed under: Debate,Election 2008,Family Values,Republicans — Psycheout @ 2:17 pm
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Joseph Farah, WND FounderSadly I was busy when the American Family Association‘s Values Voter Debate hosted by World Net Daily‘s Joseph Farah took place a couple of weeks ago (Sept 17, 2007). Fortunately the AFA has archived the video and placed it on their website. While none of the so-called frontrunners (Rudy, Mittens, Fred! and McLame) bothered to show up, the debate promised to pose questions that social conservatives wanted answered.

After all, values voters are America’s largest voting block. The frontrunners can run for President, but they cannot hide. They simply must satisfy social conservatives or they cannot win. That is a fact.

And hopefully Sam Brownback got a chance to shine without having to put up with a herd of RINOs. They tend to hog the limelight because the liberal media hate true conservatives. After all, RINO Rudy, the current media darling, is actually quite the gun-grabbing pro-abort liberal. He certainly doesn’t represent the best interests of the family, least of all his own.

So if you, like me, missed the debate, here’s your chance to check it out. Do so posthaste!

Update: Moar debate! The PBS Republican Forum from Sept 27, 2007. Surprise, surprise, surprise! New York Giuliani, Massachusetts Mitt, Hollywood Fred and Martian McCain chickened out of this one too. How noble!

Update 2: After all that excitement, if you need something to put you to sleep, you can watch the MSDNC Democrat debate hosted by MSM blowhard Tim Russert from Sept 26, 2007.  Bear in mind, however, that B4B is not responsible for any discomfort this may cause.

— Psycheout

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