The Worst Football Team Ever

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The title probably belongs to the 2008 St. Louis Rams.

For the second week in a row, a team without serious injuries humiliated itself, its city, and the players’ families on national television.

Defense, offense, and special teams were sickeningly lackadaisical and inept.  It was like watching squirrels do trigonometry. 

If I owned this team, the entire coaching staff would be fired tonight. 

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African-American Writers Sounding Resigned to Obama’s Defeat

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The African-American press has decided to help Obama by threatening all-out race war in America if McCain wins.  In other words, vote for Obama or die.

Last week, Fatimah Ali, a radical black writer, wrote in the Philadelphia News that if McCain wins, there will be a full-scale race war.  

If McCain wins, look for a full-fledged race and class war, fueled by a deflated and depressed country, soaring crime, homelessness – and hopelessness!

In Sunday’s Washington Post, Randall Kennedy, also African-American, hinted at racial violence if Obama loses.

I anticipate that most black Americans will believe that an Obama defeat will have stemmed in substantial part from a prejudice that robbed 40 million Americans of the chance to become president on the day they were born black . . . This conclusion will be accompanied by bitter disappointment, and in some quarters, stark rage.

So much for appealing to people’s greatest hopes. 

I feel for Mr. Kennedy.  His closing paragraphs are both touching and sad.  He seems resigned to the fact that Obama will lose and that, in losing, will prove to many a symbol of failure for blacks in America. 

I feel sorry for him and for other blacks who will be devastated by Obama’s loss: not because they "deserve" a black President–no one deserves an identification President.  But because the first African-American to win his party’s nomination was unquestionably the wrong guy.  Obama is weak and flawed.  He was rushed into the position, and he wasn’t ready. 

I wish I could say that I understand how Kennedy feels.  I can’t, of course.  I’m white and Irish and Catholic. But there will be a black President, and he or she will be the right one.  Providence has a way of visiting upon America the leader we need at just the right moment.  The 90s were perfect for Clinton–nothing to do but steer the ship.  The 80s perfect for Reagan–a Cold War needed to end and our self-esteem needed a boost.  Carter allowed Reagan to win.  Bush 43 had the cold anger to push Islamofascist terrorism to the brink of extinction.  Roosevelt reassured Americans and might have prevented all-out communism from taking hold in America. 

I hope there isn’t a race war on November 5.  But I won’t vote Democrat just because it’s threatened.  Nor would I vote Democrat out of guilt or to make Kennedy feel better about himself.  That’s like letting someone win a game of one-on-one.  No one deserves that kind of insult. 

 

Obama Can Do Nothing Right *UPDATE: WaPo**ABC News

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Except offend damn near everyone.

"So, did you hear the one about the disabled Vietnam veteran who couldn't even tie his shoes?"

 

Yesterday, the Obama Campaign released a mean-spirited attack ad poking fun at John McCain’s physical disabilities suffered in combat and as a POW in Vietnam.  The injuries left McCain unable to type on a keyboard or use computer.

But Democrats like to make fun of handicapped American veterans, so they jumped all over McCain’s limitations with this ad:

Gateway Pundit has more on the nasty bastard that the Democrats call their standard-bearer.  Makes you wonder what kind of people Democrats are, doesn’t it?

McCain’s disability was well documented over a decade ago in the Boston Globe:

McCain gets emotional at the mention of military families needing food stamps or veterans lacking health care. The outrage comes from inside: McCain’s severe war injuries prevent him from combing his hair, typing on a keyboard, or tying his shoes. Friends marvel at McCain’s encyclopedic knowledge of sports. He’s an avid fan – Ted Williams is his hero – but he can’t raise his arm above his shoulder to throw a baseball.

When Obama said he intended to begin attacking McCain and Palin personally, I had no idea he’d stoop this low. On this point, Obama deserves more scorn and derision than any modern presidential candidate.  And he’s getting it.

*UPDATE*  The Washington Post reveals that Barack Obama is continuing to make fun of McCain’s war disabilites on the stump.  What an evil son of a bitch.  I better never again hear a liberal complain about insensitive remarks from a conservative.  A liberal is only sensitive when it comes to baby killers and Islamofacsist murders.  Evil bastards.

Jonathan Weisman of WaPo, of course, cheers on Obama.  If you’d like to tell Jonathan what a panty waste he is, you can e-mail him here.  If Weisman isn’t in bed with Obama, then he’s a crappy reporter.  Anyone can Google and learn about McCain’s physical limitations.

**UPDATE**  ABC News today confirmed that McCain can’t use a computer because of war wounds.  Obama campaign continuing its despicable ad.   Evil bastards. (h/t Hot Air)

Ignorant Professor Wendy Doniger

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The Washington Post wasted ink and tree on the ignorant scribblings of tortured and angry woman named Wendy Doniger.  Doniger is an infanticidal maniac–one of those NAGs who believes that every possible abortion should happen.  (H/T Allahpundit)

I emailed her this reaction directly.  I hope she prints it off and chokes on it.

 

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Dear Prof. Doniger:

You committed an egregious moral error in the last paragraph of your inhumane and profane attack on Sarah Palin. Moreover, your line of attack on Sarah Palin is hypocritical. You, after all, received degrees from universities solely because you have a womb and, specially, the ability to bear (many) children. 

First, for your edification, the terms “abortion,” “termination of pregnancy,” and “trimester” appear nowhere in the US Constitution. Copies are available in any library if you don’t believe me. Second, you should think before you publish words that demonstrate either (a) your severe moral corrosion or (b) your extreme intellectual weakness.

To say this:   “Joe Biden’s views are most relevant to the question at hand, since, as a Catholic, he shares much of Palin’s embryological theology: he believes life begins at conception. But he has gone out of his way to insist that he would not impose his personal views on others”

Is to say this: “Joe believes Jews are human beings, but Joe is too good a German to impose his views on others.”

Reduced to my formula, you said: “Biden believes life begins at conception, but Biden is too good an American to impose that view on others.”

Why, under your corrupt theory, should society impose views that killing anyone for any reason is wrong? If a life is fair game for the blender simply because it is small enough to fit in the blender, then the Jew is fair game for the gas chamber simply because he fits in the gas chamber.

Sincerely,

William T. Hennessy

www.hennessysview.com

To take the point further, what if Joe said, “I would never forcibly rape a woman, but I wouldn’t impose that view on others.”  By what moral authority are we, as a society, permitted to impose our view of rape on others?  Because we can hear the victim scream?  

In Obama’s view, even if the aborted child emerges screaming and kicking, we should slit its throat to spare the mother the punishment of a child.  

The abortionist’s logic must finally come down to this:  society may not place limits on personal behavior, and government must stop anyone from attempting to limit anyone’s behavior. 

Stated another way, liberalism is a developmental disorder that renders its victims paralyzed between the mutually exclusive political poles of anarchy and totalitarianism.  Therefore, liberalism is both unsustanable and repulsive.

Charlie Gibson Is A Weak, Weak Man

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Charlie Gibson extracted an insubordinate clause from a sentence spoken by Sarah Palin with the intent of accusing her of knowing God’s mind.  Gibson did this intentionally, lied intentionally, misled intentionally.  His a fraud, a cheat, and a liar

Palin said this:

Pray for our military men and women who are striving to do what is right. Also, for this country, that our leaders, our national leaders, are sending [U.S. soldiers] out on a task that is from God. That’s what we have to make sure that we’re praying for, that there is a plan and that that plan is God’s plan. [thanks to Gateway Pundit]

Smugfuck Gibson’s version:

our national leaders, are sending [U.S. soldiers] out on a task that is from God.  There is a plan and that that plan is God’s plan.

Somebody should rearrange Charlie Gibson’s teeth.

Is Michael Savage On To Something?

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I’m not a Michael Savage fan.  The few times I’ve listened to his radio show, I found myself screaming at the radio, hoping he’d here me trying to educate him.  My angry shaking precluded dialing the cell phone–it was all I could do to keep the car on the road.

Tonight I turned on my shower radio while flossing my teeth for the first time in a week to hear Savage stumble into interesting ground.  (The pain will start in 30 minutes to the delight of the 80+ liberals who desecrated my obligatory "lipstick on a pig" post yesterday.)

Savage theorizes that Obama’s problem with women is deep-rooted in Freudian psychology. 

What appears to have happened to Obama as a result is he developed symptoms of what psychologists refer to as an Oedipal Complex. In an Oedipal Complex, a male child is fixated on his mother and competes with his father for maternal attention. In such cases, a critical point of awakening occurs where the child realizes that the mother has affections for others besides himself. In this case, Obama had to compete with multiple paternal stand-ins and was never fully able to bond with his mother. The result seems to have been a resentment towards women that he has never been able to get beyond.

It seems far fetched at first (and alliterative).  Except for one thing:  when I watched CNN’s introduction to Barack Obama Sunday night, I had thoughts that paralleled Savages.  (Please refrain from "great minds think alike" sophistries.)  Two things stick with me about that program.

First, Obama mentioned several times that he never felt like he was part of a community.  He felt like an outsider in grandparents’ home, his mother’s homes, Indonesia, Kansas, New York, Boston–everywhere.  He was alone. 

Second, when speaking about his own feelings, he loses the stammer, stutter, and filler sounds so prevalent in his unscripted political speech.  It’s a transformation.  Introspection seems his domain–the outer world a mystery. 

Savage goes on:

Furthermore, excessive separation within an Oedipal Complex leads to a sense of helplessness that can in turn lead to patterns of idealized control and self-sufficiency (which shines through in his often arrogant smile.)

Bingo, Michael.  You might well have diagnosed him.  And scared the begeezes out of every thinking person in the United States.  In "Richard Nixon:  A Psychobiography (Columbia University Press, 1997), Volkan, Itzkowitz, and Dod ascribe to Richard Nixon similar issues:

Persons with such mental developments split the images of themselves into a "good/idealized" unit technically a grandiose self and devalued hungry self.  During daily life he tried to hold on to his grandiose side while attempting to hide his devalued side.  The narcissist "splits" other as well, placing them in one of two categories:  either idealized beings whose task it is to love and adore the grandiosity of the narcissistic individual and/or reflect the individual’s self sufficiency like a mirror; or devalued entities who can be reduced to nothingness.  The latter, even though devalued, still inspire fear, for they are psychic reservoirs for the individual’s hungry self, which the individual tries to deny.  This combination of devaluing and fearing leads to the kind of "enemy-making" prejudice and suspiciousness that we think infant Richard found difficult to manage at nine months of age, and this way of being gained ascendancy in his developing personality as he grew older.

While Nixon’s particulars differ from Obama’s (Nixon’s father was there, but violent and repressive), the Oedipal complex, if present in Nixon, seems equally present in Obama.

The idea of "idealized control" fits well with the reality of Obama that his media and handlers don’t want us to see:  brutalizing conservative writers and talk show hosts, vilifying a national hero, consorting with terrorists, racists, and white-collar criminals like Rezko and Franklin Raines.  The devalued Obama can’t help but compare Sarah Palin to a pig and John McCain to an old, rotting fish.

As pressure increases–the election draws closer, the polls turning strongly toward McCain–the idealized self has a harder time suppressing the devalued self.  The boy who pleased his grandparents is displaced by the boy unworthy of his mother.

Responsible voters, even those who’ve "made up their minds," owe themselves and their country a long, hard look at the Nixon book.  See if you find parallels between Nixon and Obama.  If you don’t, vote away.  If you do, you better think twice.

 

Why They’re Called “Libtards”

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The past 24 hours will serve as the most embarrassing, self-destructive period in liberalism.  These people (liberals) are not only stupid enough to keep Sarah Palin’s name in the headlines, they’re stupid enough to piss off 3/4 of the people in the country while doing it.

Ayles and Rollins couldn’t have scripted Democrat self-immolation any better.

1.  Biden says Hillary might have been a better choice for Veep.

2.  Carol Fowler, whose husband prayed that Gustav would destroy New Orleans, makes fun of Sarah Palin for NOT killing her babies.

3.  Barack Obama plays the ultimate victim in his own game of name-calling.

4.  Democrat Representative Steve Cohen equates Obama with Jesus and Palin with Pontius Pilate from the House podium.

Folks, you couldn’t invite this many fruitcakes to one party if you tried.  Yet these morons, these simple-minded hate-mongers, have miraculously assembled themselves in the DNC for our curiosity and amusement.

The media have treated Obama the way North Korea’s press treats Kim Jong Il, yet he has the balls to blame them for free-fall in the polls?  What a baby. How spoiled was this son of a bitch?  Did he ever in his life hear the word, “No?” 

Man, I’m glad I’m not a Democrat.  Mark Cunningham has a good explanation of Obama’s free-fall:  He’s an amateur politician who’s never been in a race with a real Republican before.  I would add that he’s woefully immature and thin-skinned–two qualities vital to the Presidency.