Category Archives: Government

McCain, Bush And Obama Renew Attacks On Deplorables

Barack Obama, Bush, Constitution, Foreign Policy, Founding Fathers, Government, John McCain, Neoconservatism

John McCain issued a jeremiad, just the other day, in which he decried nationalism,  or America Firstism, in favor on internationalism and neoconservatism. He had the chutzpah to cloak this decidedly un-American baffle gab in the raiment of constitutionalism—the address was at the behest of the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. Has the Center read the Constitution? McCain sounds like a French Jacobin, not like an American Founding Father:

“We live in a land made of ideals, not blood and soil,” McCain intoned. “We have a moral obligation to continue in our just cause, and we would bring more than shame on ourselves if we don’t. We will not thrive in a world where our leadership and ideals are absent. We wouldn’t deserve to.”

As it turns out, two former presidents of the UniParty joined McCain in an anti-Trump  message. Barack Obama first (10/19):

“Instead of our politics reflecting our values, we’ve got politics infecting our communities. Instead of looking for ways to work together and get things done in a practical way, we’ve got folks who are deliberately trying to make folks angry, to demonize people who have different ideas, to get the base all riled up because it provides a short-term tactical advantage.”

… if you believe in that better vision not just of our politics, but of our common life, of our democracy, of who we are; if you want that reflected in our government, if you want our kids to see our government and feel good about it, and feel like they’re represented and if you want those values that you are teaching your children reinforced … then you’ve got to go out there.”

Then it was George Bush’s turn. More so than Obama did Bush, a Gold Star neoconservative, trash the elemental idea that a government by the people is for THAT PEOPLE ALONE.

We’ve seen nationalism distorted into nativism, [and] forgotten the dynamism that immigration has always brought to America.

Bush’s version of McCain’s propositionalism: “Our identity as a nation, and unlike many other nations, is not determined by geography or ethnicity, by soil or blood. Being an American involves the embrace of high ideals and civic responsibility.”

Contra MSNBC bobble-heads who commented, the successor, President Donald Trump, is not taking the country down a road the internationalists abhor; what remains of The People is trying to take the country back.

Girlfriend Of Vegas Killer Denies Knowing. AND EVERYBODY BELIEVES HER!!

Crime, Government, Homeland Security, Law, Political Correctness, Terrorism

Well then, the girlfriend of the Las Vegas killer Stephen Paddock says she didn’t know he was planning the massacre, then it must be true, right?

Likewise Noor Salman, Omar Mateen’s wife, also denied knowing anything was afoot with her her cherub of a husband: all those weapons and that bad attitude. Please. Mateen even told the FBI about his orientation as an aspiring terrorist. The FBI thought he was kinda cute.

At the time, Attorney General Loretta Lynch (confirmed by Republican lickspittles) stepped up to assure the public that federal authorities were scouring their contacts with Mateen, and those around him, to ferret out whether they’d missed anything. When grilled about Mateen’s wife, a key figure in the investigation and a possible co-conspirator, Lynch replied that Noor Salman was … missing.

I guess we have all the proof we need of Marilou Danley’s innocence: Her sisters went on Australian TV and wept a lot. And she returned to the US from vacation. Oh, an Australian TV anchor said she was “just a good woman.”

The End. Proof positive. QED (quod erat demonstrandum).

Does the FBI, preoccupied with setting up elaborate plots to entrap idiots, ever lean hard on a suspect?

Why Must The Huddled Masses Endure Stumblebum Sarah? We’re Tired! Give Us Stephen Miller.

Donald Trump, Government, IMMIGRATION, Intelligence, Media

Stephen Miller, usually confined to the White House basement (where Ivanka and Jared belong), gave a rousing, terribly smart speech on the kind of immigration reform that inches closer to what patriots have been demanding for years. (Alas, he promised a reduction, not a moratorium.) The brilliant retorts in response to Fake News whining just kept coming from Miller.

Why must the Huddled Masses endure Sarah Stumblebum, when we could have the philosophically savvy Miller, who is capable of conveying Trumpism, not merely apologizing for it. We’re tired! Give us Stephen Miller.

Right after Miller’s stellar performance, Stumblebum Sarah dissolved into a puddle over an alleged inquiry the administration is accused of launching, concerning discrimination against white men on campuses. The other day she “chocked” over the president’s transgenders-in-the military policy impetus.


Nice exercise in logic.

The Republican Party Is A Farce

Government, Healthcare, Politics, Republicans

As for the Republican Party: It’s a failure, a farce; it has been for … a very long time. Has the GOP (Grand Old Party) ever reversed a single New Deal or Great-Society welfare program? (I’m all ears.) Has it even slowed the growth and reach of Leviathan? Au contraire.

Despite being currently in control of 3 branches of government, members have failed to repeal the onerous parts of Zero Care. “It’s time to move on,” noodled Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who does not have a deductible of thousands of dollars before HIS own healthcare coverage kicks in.