Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Conservative Blogger Overload

A combination of work, a grad class and "life stuff" has had me on the blog sidelines for several days. Normally, I try to post something every day, but with the limited time I have had to really ponder the world stage for the last week my brain has been deluged with so many topics that I could not focus myself. For instance:

  • A string of dictators and demogogues speak in front of the United Nations--Khaddafi, Ahmadinejad, Obama.
  • Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez sing the praises of President Barry Vladimir Soetero Hussein Obama
  • Obama suggests nuclear disarmament to the delight of the world's thugs and reprobates.
  • Prime Minister Netanyahu gives the kind of courageous speech that an American President SHOULD be able to give.
  • Iran announces a second nuclear facility...and it appears the Obama administration had known about it before he offered an olive branch to the Iranian squirrel turd.
  • Iran conducts missile tests.
  • North Korea conducts missile tests.
  • France scolds the U.S. for Obama's weak diplomacy (yes, THOSE French, and they are right!)
  • Max Baucus and the Senate Dems keep trying to come up with the right language to make nationalized healthcare not sound like nationalized healthcare.
  • The Senate tries to draft a cap-and-tax bill that does not sound like a cap-and-tax bill.
  • Obama's "School Safety Czar" is reported to have abetted a teenage boy's affair with a much older man.
  • Bill Clinton accuses Obama protesters of racism.
  • Poland and the Czech Republic let it be known they feel Obama has stabbed them in the back (Barack is evidently Kenyan for Neville).
  • House Dems openly lobby for nationalized health care for illegal aliens.
  • Mike Vick returns to the NFL and no animals were hurt in the production.
  • It is learned President Obama hasn't talked to the American general in Afghanistan since the Spring.
  • Obama blows off the Iranian nuclear crisis to lobby for the 2016 Olympics to come to Chicago--marking the first time Barack Obama has spoken favorably about the United States of America.
  • The Obama's take separate luxury private jets to Copenhagen leaving a carbon footprint equal to a decade's worth of cow flatulence in India.
  • The Democrats plan to create 63 new federal judgships in a court packing scheme that would shock John Adams and Franklin Roosevelt.
  • And, last but not least, the Washington Redskins lost to the hapless Detroit Lions which means the Redskins are uber-hapless.

It seemed like I would decide to write about one shocking event and another would pop up. This last week has been like "We Didn't Start The Fire" on warp speed. Now that I cleared my brain of the clutter, maybe I can focus on something specific.

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