Archive for September, 2011

Friday Night Party Music

The Springboks Samoa Rugby world cup game, the second half was a ripper. That said, Samoa’s out. Oh yeah, hence the late posting.

Anyway, thought about starting a bit retro. Don’t blame me. Blame Gavin Atkins for his two flea links.

Never realised Flea played bass on Busta Move… makes sense but.

And the youtube uploader has a ton of oldies.

Let’s see what happens.

There’s gonna be a few…

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Will Obama even run?

Don Surber:

Now an insider has reported on a recent speech President Obama gave: “President Obama finished the speech, walked off the stage, was escorted to the back corridor where he collapsed into a seat against the wall. Both hands went to each side of his head which was leaning down almost between his knees. You could see marks on the sides of his face where the stage makeup had been rubbed off by his hands. He wears that stuff everywhere these days. A staffer walked up and leaned over the president and told him it was time to go. The president looked up, gave a little smile, and got to his feet slowly. Very slowly. The only word he said was ‘Yeah.’ There was no excitement. No energy from him. The people around the president seemed to ignore his condition. They looked right through him until he started walking down the hallway toward the outside. They followed alongside him and seemed to kind of push him out the door. The president looked incredibly tired. Used up.”

There’s more there including the observation no president has won re-election without Pennsylvania and Obama is way behind in that state.

More from Dick Morris.

NB That last link isn’t working on this work computer. Will try again at home. Essentially Morris is claiming a former Clinton advisor has said Obama will bow out of the presidential race.

How times change.


How much longer does Chavez have?

According to reports, the Venezualan head honcho might be checking out of this mortal plane sooner rather than later.

I’ve never wished anyone dead, but Venezuala would be a whole lot better off if it discontinued its lurch to the left and let business run business again.


H/T Drudge

Freedom of speech vs the Left

In the US, home owners have a constitutional right to place signs on their property.

However, a New Orlean’s home owner is causing a stir by putting up some (pretty funny and poignant) anti-Obama billboards.

Some protesters have demanded they be taken down, seemingly oblivious to the US Constitution’s First Ammendment right to free speech.

Naturally, the Democrat city council is busily searching through every by-law they have to try and come up with an excuse for denying the home owner his First Ammendment right.

Click for video.

H/T Drudge

Our dubious climate policy

Professor Henry Ergas confronts Australian economist and wannabe climate guru, Ross Garnaut.

ROSS Garnaut has an unusual concept of democracy. The Prime Minister goes to the country promising “there will be no carbon tax under the government I lead”. Once in office, she then proposes to implement one, with the added twist of making repeal by a future government prohibitively costly. Yet, according to Garnaut, rejection of the government’s proposed legislation would amount to a failure of Australian democracy on a historical scale, indeed to “a corruption of democracy” caused by “distortion of reality and abuse of truth”.

The sky is green. Water makes you thirsty.

And then intellects like Professor Robert Manne insist us little people with even smaller brains should be shut out of the debate, with only those pre-approved (by whom?) being allowed to participate.

There is an ever-growing giant foul stench in the political air as day by day, we see evermore desperate measures by the decaying Left to reconsolidate their waning toxic grip on the psyche of the nation.

“Paedos in speedos”, Julian Burnside?

That’s some kind of activist you are there, Julian.

HUMAN rights lawyer Julian Burnside has apologised to Tony Abbott after branding him a “Paedos in speedos” on Twitter.

The prominent QC said the tweet, which was seen by users of the social media service as a reference to pedophilia, was a mistake for which he unreservedly apologised.

Debunking the Palestinian lie

Three times they’ve been offered by Israel and/or the international community their own state, and each time has been met with more violence.

What’s odd is they hate Irael so much, even after such offers – including the east half of Jerusalem for their capital – but former leader Yasser Arafat didn’t appear to have any problem with Jordan and Egypt occupying their territories and giving them no rights.

Makes you wonder about the true motives of people in Australia and around the world (the latest is the 6.5 million member UK Trade Unions Council) who want to boycott, divest and sanction Israel. Makes you wonder about the true motives behind such people as those who joined the Gaza flotilla a few months back; “peaceful” protestors with a sizable cache of weapons on board. Makes you wonder about the true motives of people who support the people who supported the Nazis.

H/T Gavin Atkins Via Theospark

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