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Sorry, but this isn’t somebody I’d vote for:

“My position for many years has been that just as a motorist must have a license, a gun owner should be required to have one as well. Anyone wanting to own a gun should have to pass a written exam that shows that they know how to use a gun, that they’re intelligent enough and responsible enough to handle a gun. Should both handgun and rifle owners be licensed…we’re talking about all dangerous weapons.”

Yep. That’s Rudy Bradiani on the subject of the 2nd Amendment, and he can now officially go fuck himself with one of Hitlery’s used tampons as far as I’m concerned.

Sorry, you cluefucked Noo Yawker, but there’s a slight difference between the right to keep and bear arms and the privilege to drive a vehicle on public roads.

Right.

Privilege.

Not the same, you retarded, ratfaced rump ranger.

How about we establish a test, a written exam to prove that political candidates are intelligent and responsible enough to hold office before we let them run? All of you overpaid, underworked, corrupt, thieving, lying, totalitarian wankers would be out of a job overnight.

You start making “lists”, I pull the safety off the reset button.

Capisce?

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Obama defends foreign policy statements

Democratic Barack Obama on Thursday defended controversial foreign policy statements he’s made recently, saying presidential candidates must challenge conventional Washington thinking.

“My call for a new foreign policy is based on the same thing that informed my opposition to the war in Iraq: common sense, not conventional Washington thinking,” Obama said. “I’m running on my judgment and I’ll tell the American people where I stand.”

That would be the same common sense displayed in your statement about invading a foreign country? Back to the new Cut and Run over the horizon foreign policy now? Your judgment stance is suspiciously like that of J. “still waiting for his service record” Fuckin’ Kerry’s. I’ll invade Pakistan, but run away from Iraq and make sure we stop bombing all those RPG equipped civilians in Afghanistan.

Speaking before about 250 people at a Council Bluffs school, Obama said critics have ignored his vow to work cooperatively with Pakistan and that his call for negotiations with hostile foreign leaders was only common sense.

Perhaps because “negotiations” with foreign (hostile) leaders isn’t such a good idea as well as lacking common sense. Poor B. Hussein, being ignored, perhaps if you hold your breath, we’ll start paying attention.

Obama has come under fire from Democratic rivals, including New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, and Republicans, who accuse him of being naive about foreign policy. They point to recent statements in which Obama has said he would be willing to send U.S. military forces into Pakistan to rout terrorists even without the permission of the Pakistani government and that he was willing to meet with the leaders of rogue nations without preconditions.

Note to B. Dumbo: The internet is forever. You can’t run away from statements now matter how hard you try. You didn’t really think the Hildebeast Cankled one was going to give you a free ride did you?

“I am not afraid of losing a propaganda battle to a bunch of dictators,” Obama said Thursday.

It’s not a matter of losing the propaganda battle you clue-bereft hack. Merely agreeing to meet with them is a big score for the enemy, getting the weak U.S. to the table with no preconditions as well. You really need to write that on the board 50 times, OK?

He also said he would always work with Pakistan and simply was stating his commitment to ensure that terrorists not have a safe haven.

Nice try, pull the other finger. See above. This is the big leagues Barack, not T-Ball. No do-overs, sorry.

Obama argued that extensive foreign policy experience doesn’t always lead to good decisions, and he used Vice President Dick Cheney’s tenure as an example.

Cheney has more foreign policy experience in his left big-toe nail than you’ll ever have snot-weasel. Perhaps you should study his resume before spewing the Kos-Kiddie Eeevil Cheney talking point.

“I think it’s time to turn the page on conventional foreign policy thinking,” the Illinois senator said. “What they lacked was good judgment.”

Obama also blamed the Iraq war on conventional Washington thinking and challenged rivals to a full and open debate over their differences on foreign policy.

OK everybody let’s say it one more time, out loud. The Bush foreign policy is based on fighting terrorism and asymmetric warfare by unconventional means and on multiple fronts, militarily, economically and to some extent diplomatically. We’ll give you the Sesame Street version, it’s better to kill bad guys where they live than where you live, especially since they’ve already done it here.

He devoted much of his remarks to underscoring his differences with Clinton, including her 2002 vote to authorize the use of force in Iraq.

“After all, the war in Iraq wasn’t cooked up by folks in Council Bluffs,” said Obama. “It was authorized by politicians in Washington who said they knew better. And if that’s what conventional thinking on foreign policy amounts to, conventional thinking has to change.”

Did they know “better” before, when they voted or afterwards? I do recall they voted in favor of the war, therefore “knowing better” after the fact is the answer. Can you say perceived political expediency?`

In his first term in the Senate, Obama has sought to use his inexperience as an advantage, arguing that Clinton and other candidates are creatures of Washington and not capable of pushing for real change. On Thursday, he again pointed to his new approach to foreign policy.

“Think of what we can achieve together if we change the conventional thinking that’s squandering America’s reputation in the world,” said Obama. “We can have a foreign policy that the American people are proud of and set an example of leadership that inspires not hate, but hope, in forgotten corners of the world.”

Yes of course, America is much more about reputation than national security. As long as the Iranians, North Koreans, Cuba and every other socialist or Euroweenie country loves us, we can all fly kites and prance with unicorns, in between group hugs. Meanwhile, back here at home, the murderous, mohammedan mutt-fuckers are free to maim and kill wherever they please. Spare us the vision of “hope” Obama. Our enemies fully intend to kill or subjugate us all.

Conventional thinking tells (most of) us, that if an enemy has repeatedly demonstrated his desire and ability to murder innocents, it’s best to kill them firstest and fastest and in their own shitholes, not on our streets.

Cue the two-step music.

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Bend over, grab your ankles because Teh Most Ethical Congress Evah™, just pulled a quick stunt to redistribute your wealth even more. Don’t count on the Nadless Nabob from Crawford to find the veto pen for this piece of socialist, punitive legislation. It’s literally chock-full of bullshit and libtard swindles covering the real intent of lifting even more drachmas from your wallet. The putative target- Eeevil Big Oil. What the clue-deficient, elected elites can’t seem to understand is basic economics and, whenever taxes go up on any portion of the energy pipeline, “We The People” ultimately pay the tab.

House OKs new taxes for Big Oil

Declaring a new direction in energy policy, the House on Saturday approved $16 billion in taxes on oil companies, while providing billions of dollars in tax breaks and incentives for renewable energy and conservation efforts.

Tax increases for the companies actually capable of meeting our energy needs and breaks and incentives for pie-in-the sky ‘efforts’ to keep the “Wormening Gorebots” happy. You know, the idjits making biodiesel out of used burrito frying oil etc. Nevermind that all the burritos eaten in Kaliforniastan annually, would produce enough used oil to supply a dozen Yugos for 2 trips to the organic market.

Republican opponents said the legislation ignored the need to produce more domestic oil, natural gas and coal. One GOP lawmaker bemoaned “the pure venom … against the oil and gas industry.”

G_d forbid we ever allow a single drop of oil or gas be drilled from areas actually under our control. After all, it might upset the single-testicled, barking cockroach’s habitat. A solitary GOP member finds the cojones to call this monster what it is, venom, pure and simple. Can’t have those big corporations actually making a profit and employing workers. That’s not a good thing for the collective good of the ’state’. Furthermore, those assclowns don’t get it that they’ll (The Eeeevil Big Oiiiil™ companies) just add the new taxes into the cost of doing business and pass it right on down the line to everyone doing business with them.

The House passed the tax provisions by a vote of 221-189. Earlier it had approved, 241-172, a companion energy package aimed at boosting energy efficiency and expanding use of biofuels, wind power and other renewable energy sources.

Look for the formation of a new Federal Incandescent Bulb Police, to begin unannounced inspections to ensure no one is using those evil devices in their homes. They just can’t help themselves from continuing to bally-hoo those favorite buzz-words to keep the eco-freaks well-aroused can they? It just doesn’t matter that none of them are anywhere near practical for all but small businesses (such as retail) and residences. Heavy industry is decades away from obtaining any significant portion of their requirements from renewables, but don’t let that stop the ultimate source of ‘hot’ wind-power from making regulations to use non-existent technology to appease the hippies in time for the ‘08 election season.

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His Imperial Majesty is well aware of the ongoing raging debate about whether or not the Republican candidates should appear for a re-run of CNN’s newly patented “let’s ask the candidates a bunch of questions made mainly by loony nutroots with an IQ slightly below rutabaga” format. It looks like the GOP hopefuls are bowing out, and the resulting debate among political junkies (of which His Majesty is one when he’s not busy oppressing brown-skinned people and planning punitive expeditions to the far reaches of space) has been — interesting.

Depending on how you define interesting, of course.

Obviously, His Rottieness has the perfect and ultimate answer to the question, as is always the case. We wouldn’t be Emperor if it were otherwise, and it seems so obvious that we’ve refrained from providing the masses with it, hoping against hope that they’d eventually come around to the only way of seeing things on an issue that is an absolute no-brainer.

But seeing as how the debate is still ongoing, we’ve finally decided that enough’s enough, so here’s the answer. You may now stop debating amongst yourselves, because the truth hath been spoken and the debate is over:

Of COURSE they should participate. Why not? Because the questions are all going to be industrial grade nutrooty insanity? As opposed to what, people? This is CNN we’re talking about, after all, and it’s not like any of those clowns have had a thought in the last decade or two that wasn’t helpfully printed out for them in 36pt, boldface, scarlet red Arial on a fax straight from the DNC. With illustrations.

The only difference is that, for once, the retarded questions will be coming straight from the fever swamps of Marxist delusions as opposed to being read aloud by a numbskulled drone with perfect hair and a pay grade three orders of magnitude above any actual qualifications that he might, at some point in his life, have aspired to. Hey, anything that shuts those airheads up, even if it is only for a few precious minutes, is one of G-d’s many gifts to man.

On the other hand, if they DON’T participate they’ll be forever branded as a bunch of sniveling nitwits afraid to make fun of mentally disabled people in public, something that should be a mandatory civic duty if you ask us, but we digress sadistically… Afraid of the nutroots? Are you sure that’s a label you’d like to carry around until November ‘08, GOP candidates? Because if it is, then we can only say that our expectations about you bland, equivocating, droning panel of nobodies have been fully justified. You can’t find it in yourselves to offer a chuckle and roll your eyes as a response to some of the most pathologically daft individuals in the Empire airing their insane conspiracy theories, yet you want us to believe that you can stare down, say, Mahmoud Ahmadinnerjacket?

Right. Release the tigers and bring on the next candidate, if you please.

So here’s the quick and dirty analysis from the Smartest Individual in the Universe, The Defender of the Clue and Wielder of the ClueHammer of Doom, His Majesty Misha I:

If you do participate, you’ll be faced with retarded questions bearing no resemblance to reality. In other words, no difference whatsoever from a standard CNN sponsored “debate.”

If you don’t participate, you’ll not only come off as nadless cowards, you’ll be sending an open invite to every tough guy and gal in the universe to come give you a wedgie and watch you cry.

Simple enough for you, or do we have to drag out the A/V aids?

Should the format be changed to make it at least slightly less idiotic? Why, what a splendid idea, and there have been a few suggestions, the only one of which worth considering comes from LC & IB Patterico:

I have an idea of my own. Do the debate, and then set up a new round for each party under these rules:

Each set of candidates answers questions picked by the candidates for the other party.

Democrats pick questions for Republicans, and vice versa.

The potential for interesting questions is limitless.

Brilliantly simple, eminently workable and, on top of everything else, the entertainment potential is positively enormous! Which, when you think about it, might actually make those clown shows worth tuning in to in the first place.

Serious? Worthy of our political system?

Frankly, our political system isn’t worthy of appearing in a whorehouse vaudeville act, so spare us that bit and, as far as “serious” goes, we repeat:

As opposed to what, exactly?

At least we’d get to laugh at the moronic convergence that we refer to as “election politics” in this country which, at least to some extent, would alleviate the pain when one of the worthless empty suits ends up in the White House and proceeds to forget every single promise he ever made while screwing us over royally.

Works for us.

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(This was started out by LC JackBoot IC/A-OBR, but he got sufficiently disgusted that he just couldn’t stomach anymore about halfway through so, being ever gracious, he generously allowed yours truly to massacre the latter half of an otherwise excellent post. Just in case you’re wondering about the sudden, precipitous drop in quality as you near the end of it — Emp. Misha)

After all it is brown people, but I thought us conservative death beasts were the ones that don’t care about them.

Obama: Don’t Stay In Iraq Over Genocide

The left wing’s Gentleman’s Quarterly Candidate Barack-Osama-Obama, displays Kerryesque acumen at the two-step, and softens his ‘Run Away Now’ rhetoric, by allowing that the grisly murder of a few hundred-thousand Iraqis in a coalition cut-and-run isn’t all that bad.

Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama said Thursday the United States cannot use its military to solve humanitarian problems and that preventing a potential genocide in Iraq isn’t a good enough reason to keep U.S. forces there. [Emph Mine]

Right military, wrong war Barack. It’s was Billy Blow-Job that made the U.S. military purveyors of humanitarian aid, alongside the Smurf Army in Kosovo. Potential Genocide? Even the densest of your liberal colleagues recognizes that left in the vacuum of a hasty US withdrawal, Iraq would witness a genocide of biblical proportions. That’s why thus far they haven’t found to testicular fortitude to actually defund our troops. How very nice of you to build a campaign platform, by betting on the lives of a few million people.

“Well, look, if that’s the criteria by which we are making decisions on the deployment of U.S. forces, then by that argument you would have 300,000 troops in the Congo right now — where millions have been slaughtered as a consequence of ethnic strife — which we haven’t done,” Obama said in an interview with The Associated Press.

Well that’s a good question Barack. Let’s see, that particular shit-hole is being monitored and policed by…hmmm right on the tip of my tongue..oh MONUC. The blue-helmeted baby rapers.

“We would be deploying unilaterally and occupying the Sudan, which we haven’t done. Those of us who care about Darfur don’t think it would be a good idea,” he said.

Ahh Darfur, the other ongoing genocide on the dark continent, also being monitored by the UN and proceeding just swimmingly. So you’ve mentioned the Congo, Sudan and Darfur. Each situation is horrid and the United Numbskulls have managed to do fuck-all, but exacerbate the situation both militarily and politically. There isn’t a country in the world that can’t see the lunacy of major military intervention into any of those conflicts.

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It seems that it’s Rudy’s turn now. Some anal dipshit name of Greg Sargent has found the goods on “America’s Mayor”, the torpedo amidships that will surely sink the ship of his campaign in one glorious, infernal explosion (via LC & IB Ace):

Being a New Yorker, I’d remembered that during a cop union rally in 1992, Rudy had come unhinged and screamed, “Bulls#$t!”

More correctly: “Being an obsessive-compulsive retard with no life whatsoever, I’d remembered that some public figure said ‘Bullshit’ 15 years ago.”

For some time now I’ve been meaning to track video of this moment down.

Absolutely no life whatsoever. But it gives us great pleasure to think about you, pinhead that you are, frantically searching high and low for CONCLUSIVE PROOF!!!!!1!ONE!!! that somebody once said, in public mind you, something that bloody kindergarteners are used to hearing.

And finally, after G-d knows how many sleepless nights, FINALLY you hit paydirt. You must be so proud.

I thought it might tell us something about the reliability and temperament of this man who is asking us to make him our next Commander in Chief — especially now that he’s trying to win the support of GOP “values voters.”

We hate to burst your bubble (the Hell we do, we positively love it), but as a card-carrying, bona fide, Christofascist godbag jackboot, we’re a whole lot more concerned about Rudy supporting the murder of unborn children. “Bullshit”, on the other hand? Well, that’s just a lot of bullshit, if you ask us.

Wouldn’t you know it, but video of that moment has suddenly surfaced, as if by magic! Enjoy

[Insert video clip of Rudy saying “bullshit” here]

Wow! It’s true! Rudy actually did say “bullshit.” Who knew? We’re shocked, SHOCKED, we tell you! And saddened. Saddened to the very core of our “values voter” being at witnessing such fucking vile bullshit cocksucking pro-fucking-fanity from a motherfucking candidate for fucking office.

Will nobody rid us of those puritanical, stuck-up, tee-totalling, holier-than-thou liberals?

Now sod off, Greg. We’re sure there’s a video out there of Fred! saying “damn” in public that you desperately need to find so that you may breathlessly publish the Woodwardian Once-in-a-Lifetime Honest to G-d SCOOP on your piffling little s(h)ite.

Dumbarse.

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The sound you hear is of libtards loading up their bongs with a double helping trying to survive the coming horror (link via LC & IB Ace):

WASHINGTON (CNN) – President Bush will undergo a routine colonoscopy Saturday, and will transfer power to Vice President Dick Cheney during the procedure, expected to take about two and a half hours, the chief White House spokesman said.

Two and a half hours!

Do you have any idea how much can be accomplished in that amount of time?

Use them wisely, Mr. Vice President, and if you want the launch coordinates, we have them right here.

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…for terrorists, that is.

Congressional Democrats today failed to include a provision in homeland security legislation that would protect the public from being sued for reporting suspicious behavior that may lead to a terrorist attack, according to House Republican leaders.

“This is a slap in the face of good citizens who do their patriotic duty and come forward, and it caves in to radical Islamists,” said Rep. Peter T. King, New York Republican and ranking member of the House Homeland Security Committee.

Now, now, Mr. King. Our friends in the Dem Cong aren’t saying that you shouldn’t be vigilant, they’re just saying that you should maybe think twice about potentially hurting somebody else’s feelings before you do so and, if you don’t, well then it’s “see you in court” time.

I don’t care how much al-Qaeda is paying the Democrat Party, it’s one heck of a deal no matter what the price is.

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We’re feeling sadistic today, so we’re going to ask you to go sit through this clip of Robert KKK “Sheets” Byrd doddering, mumbling, drooling and fumbling his way through a speech so inexcusably incoherent, banal, child-like and idiotic that it ought to come with a warning label.

No, we don’t actually expect you to suffer through all 8+ minutes of the senile old racist mongrel making a complete arse of himself, even Ted “Chappaquiddick” Kennedy is more coherent after three fifths of Scotch, right before he goes to offer a ride to a member of the secretary pool, but it is hilarious to watch.

Hilarious if it wasn’t for the fact that it makes us wonder about the sanity of the citizens of West Virginia. They’re the ones that keep sending the superannuated clown back, after all, but perhaps he is a true representative of the intellect and political acumen of that State. Now that is depressing to think about.

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The Dem Cong and their wholly owned subsidiaries in the press certainly are, digging up unsubstantiated ancient bull in a desperate attempt to smear a candidate that hasn’t even declared yet.

Today, the L.A. Times, the left coast equivalent of the New Duranty Times or Pravda on the Hudson, are claiming that Fred! was a hard-core pro-abortion lobbyist in 1991.

Oddly enough, the guy he was allegedly lobbying to within inches of his life, John Sununu, has no recollection of being strapped to a chair with a bright light in his face while Fred!, chomping on a huge Cuban cigar, attached electrical wires to his testicles, as a matter of fact he quite clearly recalls that no lobbying whatsoever was done.

Not to mention that Fred!’s actual voting record, something that can be actually documented, is staunchly pro-life.

So what are the L.A. DNC Daily basing their “scoop” on? Quotes from two Dem Cong operatives (who obviously wouldn’t be biased against a Republican Presidential candidate, potential or otherwise) and the undisclosed, alleged minutes of a pro-abortion group’s internal meeting.

That’s it. Nothing more than that. That’s all she wrote.

LC & IB Patterico has the details.

Am I outraged, dismayed and indignant at this blatantly obvious bias of the press?

Not at all. As a matter of fact, I find it highly encouraging. It means that the Dem Cong and their propaganda organs realize that Fred! is a serious threat to their bitch queen, the Hildebeest’s, dreams of once again infesting the White House with her and her husband’s particular brand of criminal, immoral, corrupt and downright offensive behavior.

Fred! in 2008!

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