Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Andrew Breitbart: "Good luck, President Obama. The rest of you can go to hell."


Blogger DADvocate said...

Pretty much my sentiments. The array of self aggrandizing hypocrites on the left is astounding.

11:07 AM, January 20, 2009  
Blogger CarmelaMotto said...

Ditto DADvocate and Bretibart.

So Hollywood is proud of it's country again?

1:15 PM, January 20, 2009  
Blogger Unknown said...

While linking through, I read Geldof's piece pointing out the good Bush did in Africa. Couldn't just do that, had to reflect it against his (several ill informed) opinions about other US policies. Then the sentence that resonated with that self appointed godhood celebrities don.

About Bush's opinion of his actions concerning Iraq -- "I'm comfortable with that decision," he says. But he can't be. The laws of unintended consequences would determine that.

If it ain't in their list of beliefs, regardless of your firmness of belief, they have this deep down belief that you can't really, really believe it to be the 'right' thing.

Lot of believing going on over there. Except that those unintended consequences might just be working on their decisions.

1:42 PM, January 20, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Drudge front page:

Take me to Texas........

The man is glad to be out of looney ville. I sure don't blame him. I wish I could get my tax money out of there.

1:43 PM, January 20, 2009  
Blogger TMink said...

We all know people like this. Everything is wonderful as long as they are completely happy.

Frack them. I have no time for that kind of narcissism in my life.


3:22 PM, January 20, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read the other day where Bill Ayers was turned away, not allowed to enter Canada. Pretty cool on their part. However, I would rather have seen him allowed into Canada, then not allowed back here. Not that I would wish Ayers on Canada.

That video should win awards at the grammys for best comedy, and fictional movie. Because you know none of them meant a word they said.

4:14 PM, January 20, 2009  
Blogger ada47 said...

The cool thing about celebrities is that, unlike people like doctors, judges, scientists, mail deliverers, supermarket checkout clerks, toilet cleaners, and other people who provide essential services, we can actually ignore celebrities. Turns out, what they say or think has no value unless we're paying attention.

My remote control has this little "off" button. I find that helps keep me from getting my knickers in a knot over what celebrities do.

10:52 PM, January 20, 2009  
Blogger Greg Toombs said...

Dear celebrities: Eff you.

I haven't been to the movies, bought a newspaper or magazine, or watched a generic network TV show in 8 years, at least.

Reap what you've sown. Enjoy.

I am not alone.

10:54 PM, January 20, 2009  
Blogger Alex said...

Obama is NOT my president. Not now or ever. If I have to renounce my citizenship I will do so. But let it be known, America has left me behind on it's fast track to a socialist nightmare. I'd rather go live in some god-forsaken Australian outback and dodge coral snakes then deal with human snakes aka liberals.

4:38 AM, January 21, 2009  
Blogger Alex said...

Greg - what about '300'? That's worth having. All I know is that libs all hate it, which means its gold.

4:44 AM, January 21, 2009  
Blogger dienw said...

52% of the American(?) voters(?) just voted in the cargo cult: the rest of us are going to provide the cargo.

I took down my American flag and left the stick on October 3rd: the flag stands for the Republic, not the socialist, cargo cult government we have now.

8:17 AM, January 21, 2009  
Blogger Unknown said...

always the Ywes...but but but

screw hollywood. wish the guy well and hope he does something to make things better than what we have been left with after 8 years of poor management...stop bitching!!!

8:59 AM, January 21, 2009  
Blogger Chris Arsenault said...

I'd take them up on their pledges - but words alone will not suffice.

Tomorrow is the annual March for Life - to be a voice for the voiceless - the unborn who are slaughtered at the rate of 1.2 million per year. At the peak of abortion in 1984 there were as many abortions in a single year as the number of people who crowded the National Mall yesterday.

Their claims ring hollow because when we still kill the innocents in the womb, defending anything else just underscores a profound moral desolation.

We love people for who they are - not what they can do.

Killing our own children is not a sign of love.

11:04 AM, January 21, 2009  
Blogger Unknown said...

NJartist! I didn't go to a war, taken from college, and then, later have my son go to the marines so you could decide that you dislike how the majority voted in a democracy. Don't like our nation? Go to a country more in keeping with your views. And screw up[ their flag and see what happens.

ps: Obama did this on his first day!

3:01 PM, January 21, 2009  
Blogger dienw said...

Dearest little Nathan
I spent my college years protesting the Left's rabid anti-America/Vietnam war demonstrations in the 60s: your apparent friends. I have as much right to dislike how the majority voted in a democracy as your ilk did with Bush II, Bush I, Reagan, & Nixon: don't you remember your mantra until Tuesday at 11:59 a.m. - Dissent is Patriotic?

By the way Nathan, have your son recite to you the Pledge of Allegiance; especially the part stating "I pledge allegiance to the flag and the REPUBLIC for which it stands."

With the institution of the socialist state in the U.S., we are no longer a republic - follow this Natty - the Stars and Stripes are not the flag of the new state.

Also Natty, you must have really sucked at your studies in the 60s because most colleges were being quite lenient in their grading in order to keep kids from being drafted: remember Pass/Fail?

10:32 PM, January 21, 2009  
Blogger Unknown said...

Nathan --

"I didn't ... so you could decide that you dislike how the majority voted in a democracy."

So, you did it so you could suppress his freedom of speech and affiliation?

11:17 AM, January 22, 2009  

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