Whole 'Nother Story

Sunday, August 08, 2010

New Blog Site

The storyline has jumped over to my new site.

Monday, October 27, 2008


New audio was posted that has BHO stating it is a “tragedy” that the civil rights movement wasn’t radical enough to provide proper redistribution of wealth. The courts did not “break free” from the “constraints” of the Founding Fathers in this regard, he says.

The real tragedy is that the left’s stranglehold on the education system in this country has produced generations of citizens unable to discern that these comments are entirely Marxist.

Weren’t the Founders breaking free from a system attempting to redistribute American wealth back to England? We revolted against this type of thinking once. It’s time for the next revolution.

Monday, October 20, 2008

What the Heck is Wrong With People?

He stumbles through interviews without a teleprompter, yet he is regarded as a great orator.

He has Marxist tendencies and dangerous, radical friends, but the press would rather report on a plumber’s back taxes.

He is lauded as an accomplished junior senator, but he has no record of sponsoring any meaningful legislation.

His mother was a leftover hippie, and his father was an African Muslim. He mysteriously received an elite education at liberal northeastern schools and has been groomed by the corrupt Chicago political machine. Yet, his story is called a triumph of the American dream.

He is universally considered the “change” candidate, but his policies are clearly a return to the socialism of the 30s and 60s.

He is the most extreme pro-abortion candidate ever to run for the presidency, but millions of Evangelicals believe his election will bring a reduction in the number of abortions.

His wife is ashamed of America. He has disparaged the troops saying they are just air-raiding villages and killing civilians. His running mate thinks “jobs” has three letters. He mocks millions of ordinary Americans as “bitter”, clinging to guns and religion. His pastor for 20 years was a wild-eyed racist hate-monger. Yet, if any of these were true of a Republican, there would be a crucifixion.

And he appears to be headed for a decisive electoral win.

Never underestimate the stupidity of the American electorate.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Funny Stuff I Heard During the Debate

Nuclear power pants

Health scare system


Bresh of freath air

Christian Authors on Obama

In Randy Alcorn's blog entry about Evangelicals supporting Obama, he states:

Please don't tell me abortion isn't the only issue. Of course it isn't. Treatment of the Jews wasn’t the only issue in 1940 Germany. Buying, selling and owning black people wasn’t the only issue in the United States of 1850. Nonetheless, both were the dominant moral issues of their day. Make no mistake about it. In our own day if we support a candidate who defends abortion, who is dedicated to that cause, we are supporting the killing of children. Yes, even if he’s the coolest candidate to come along in decades.

Read the whole thing here.

Donald Miller spews his usual nonsense here.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

The Bourne Hypocrisy

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Keep the Change, Buy Some Hairspray

Democrats: Unhinged

While Obama defends his “lipstick on a pig” comment (phony controversy or not), news breaks that he has also been plagiarizing a Washington Post cartoonist.

Matt Damon says it is “absurd” to elect a sitting governor to the vice presidency. Palin’s story is like a “really bad Disney movie” he says.

The NY governor says “community organizer” is code language for “black”.

The chair of the South Carolina Democratic Party says that Palin’s main qualification is that she hasn’t had an abortion.

Three prominent Dems have repeated the idiotic talking point that Jesus was a community organizer and Pilate was a governor.

CNN showed a photo of a bikini-clad Governor Palin during a “news” report. The photo had been proven a fake several days before.

Now Joe Biden says Hillary would have been a better pick for Obama.

Meanwhile, McCain's lead widens in the polls.

It’s been a good news day.

People of the UK:

As a representative of the citizens of the United States, could I please ask of you - people of the United Kingdom - to please review your comedy export standards. Russell Brand is not funny.

Please. On behalf of the country, you can do much better.

Some people - I think they are called Hollywood elites - say that the US is ready to embrace the idiotic, odious, political rantings of Russell Brand, but I know the UK to be a forward thinking country because otherwise you would never have given us Monty Python or The Office.

We were very impressed.

It was nice of you to let Russell have a go, but in the US, when choosing the leader of the free world, we do not take kindly to interference or advice from a country we defeated in a hard-fought war for independence. If you ever regain your status in the world, perhaps we will listen then.

Sunday, August 31, 2008

McCain's Pick

This is my favorite comment so far.

Tom C. Korologos, veteran Washington adviser to presidents and former ambassador:

"My reaction: Mother of five, moose hunter, NRA life member, husband belongs to a union, wears skirts, God-fearing new-generation pro-life woman, 80 percent governor approval rating and most conservative candidate on any ticket since Ronald Reagan. I hope McCain isn't a drag on the ticket."

The Politico compiled other comments here.