Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Green: It's the New Red!

Vaclav Klaus , Czech Republic president, has finally torn the mask off the environmental movement by pointing out that neo-communists have merely replaced "the environment" for "the proletariat" as the reason for our enslavement. As someone who grew up under Communism, he's hip to all their lingo, and the semantic equivalents he draws are enlightening indeed.

The ecology movement has always been a haven for leftists, so it's no surprise that their relentless quest for power over the lives of all has taken up this new Inquisition ("Are you using CFLs, unbeliever? What is your carbon footprint, knave?").

Do we now need to inquire if there are environmentalists in the State Department? Will the Neo-Coms be unopposed in their goal to establish a Dictatorship of the Climatologists? 

Stay tuned.

Tuesday, May 20, 2008

The Great Continuation

OK, so McCain is running for Bush's third term (or The Bush Dynasty's fourth term) and Hillary is running for the Clinton third term. From the sound of it, Barack Hussein is running for Jimmy Carter's second term, right down to promising to screw things up again with Iran.

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Mr. Peterson for President?

I've finally figured it out. That whiny, wimpy voice... John McCain reminds me of John Fiedler, the character actor who played wimpy, whiny, but sometimes angry and psychotically violent little men. He was the shy Mr. Peterson on The Bob Newhart Show and Juror #2 in 12 Angry Men. He was also Cadet Alfie Higgins in Tom Corbett, Space Cadet. It's unlikely, however, that President McCain will get America as close to outer space as Cadet Higgins did.

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Lamest Choices Since Carter/Ford

As much as anyone talks about 2008 being 1968, it's more like 1976. And our choices appear to be amongst Tweedledumb, Tweedledumber, and The Red Queen.