Saturday, August 01, 2009

Obama's Beer Bust Was A Teachable Moment

via Taxman Blog. Follow the links to American Thinker
Compassion when nobody's looking
Sergeant Crowley, the sole class act in this trio, helps the handicapped Professor Gates down the stairs, while Barack Obama, heedless of the infirmities of his friend and fellow victim of self-defined racial profiling, strides ahead on his own. So who is compassionate? And who is so self-involved and arrogant that he is oblivious?

When will a modern day Rosa Parks speak out against our modern elite that deign to order, against our wishes, our own good. When will a modern Howard Beale scream into our TV and say "I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!"

I am sick to death of a lifetime of smug "intellectuals", smug bureaucrats, professors and the modern sick Eloi establishment that look down on the current workers as nothing. Except when there are elections, then they curse and say, "F**K Middle America."

How ironic that those that once fought the elite have become a parody of what they fought. Welcome to Obama's world where a photograph speak thousands of words about Obama's mindset. A photograph that shows a man accused of acting stupidly and of being a racist helping his accuser down steps to avoid a fall while his Presidents strides confidently, and obliviously, into the bright new world devoid of reality and having learned nothing from history.

Modern (and angry) liberals are as repugnant as the country club Republicans of the 1960's that felt that they, ie their government, knew best.

Rudy had it right when he said;

GIULIANI: He's actually right. It is teachable. Here's the lesson.

HANNITY: Shut up.

GIULIANI: You shut up. And also — and also, shut up when a cop like is asking you questions. How about you don't insult him, you don't yell, you don't scream? My father taught me that when I was very young. I grew up in Brooklyn. It was a good lesson. Not a bad lesson. Colin Powell said essentially the same thing.

Good advice. Shut up and govern based on our Constitution, not as a bunch of know-it-all faux intellectuals. We don't want your help and we definitely do not need your imposition of your lack of traditional values foisted onto our long held and well thought out system of society.

But we will still help you down some steps and to cross a street if you need it. That is our way.

Franken Frankly Isn't Up To The Task Of Being A Senator

Franken feuds with T. Boone Pickens
Franken, who was seated talking to someone else, did not stand when Pickens said hello. Instead, Franken began to berate him about the billionaire’s financing of the Swift Boat ads in 2004.

Franken is up to being a lapdog for the left or a campaign junk-yard dog for progressive and socialist causes, but he's severely lacking as a comedian, radio host and senator.

Minnesota should be so proud. Gloria Wise sure is.

Our Post Racial Republic Saved By FTD & Victimhood Of Gates

...Mr. Gates challenged police to explain why they would believe "a white woman over a black man".

Gates opened the door and exclaimed "Why? Because I'm a black man in America?"

I then asked Gates if there was anyone else in the residence. While yelling, he told me that it none of my business and accused me of being a racist police officer.

And if he had seen the police report, he would have seen that the description, done by a Hispanic officer who wrote up the report, says that Gates came out of there with a lot of anger, fury at the police, raised the race issue, was talking about the policeman's mother, making all sorts of profane comments, and pushing the issue.

BAIER: And in fact, the Cambridge police said today said at this press conference that the house had been burglarized just recently.

WILLIAMS: Correct.

And so the cops were called there not to harass anybody. Somebody saw a break-in taking place, and by all accounts, he was forcing the door to the house. The cops come in, and I think the cops from all the reporting, and Gates is not denying any of the reporting, did what they were supposed to do.

Henry Louis Gates Jr. sends caller flowers of ‘gratitude’

I think graciousness has reached new heights in America when a Harvard professor of racial relations finds it necessary to send flowers for acting racist.

His Mother would be proud.

We are not.