Archive for 2010

The Angriest President

Friday, December 17th, 2010
By Stephen Guy Hardin


‘There’s a place in the world for the angry young man
With his working class ties and his radical plans
He refuses to bend, he refuses to crawl,
And he’s always at home with his back to the wall.
And he’s proud of his scars and the battles he’s lost,
And he struggles and bleeds as he hangs on his cross-
And he likes to be known as the angry young man.’

“Angry Young Man” – Billy Joel
Like another bad film starring a topless Maggie Gyllenhaal or another misguided pseudo I Heart Huckabees misfire, we have a President who lives in his own ultimate truth of reality, in which he is a star searching for a venue to display the luster of his destiny. It is indeed unfortunate for Barack Obama to live in a reality that denies him the venue of fame that only exists in the mind of the angriest President. Placed upon a global stage that can no longer be manipulated by George Soros and Oprah, Barack Obama must contend with the tedium of liberal Sunday talking head shows and stale David Letterman sycophancy to convey his dated and discredited creed of Marxism and social injustice. Imitating a B-grade trade show convention speaker for the Peoria Chapter of the Black Panthers, Barack ticks off tired racial clique after tired racial clique, as the over ripened congregation of middle aged activists check their Blackberry’s and pick at the stale remains of their catered lasagna in anticipation of the post-convention trip to the nearest strip club.
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Comically Incorrect: Obama Legacy

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

By A.F. BRANCO

Those co-equal branches of government can be such a drag.

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The Robert Downey, Jr. He Always Wanted To Be

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

By Stephen Guy Hardin

www.hardinrepublic.com

One of the biggest things my wife and I have in common is our love for movies. That and our agreement on how attractive I am.  No, really.  Even back in his dope smoking, needle plunging, hard drinking days I was a Robert Downey, Jr, fan.

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Comically Incorrect: Obush

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

By A.F. BRANCO

The lamest duck you will ever see.

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Hood-Wink, Redirect, Spend…Repeat

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

A New Year's Fireworks Display?

By ROB REILLY

You have got to be kidding me.

CBS just posted the headline “Al Qaeda Planning Holiday Attacks in West”. Drudge has it dead center in the middle of his page.

Don’t you find it incredibly coincidental that a big, scary story like this, magically materializes, mere moments after the Democrat-controlled Senate pushed through a vote on the Omnibus bill.

Actually, it’s not really big news, because we all know that Al Qaeda and all the other Islamic terrorists are ALWAYS planning to hit the West. That’s what terrorism is all about…terror. Creating fear, uncertainty, and doubt is the stock and trade of the terrorist.

Is Obama adding to that fear, uncertainty, and doubt as the Democrats are in an insane dash to force the Omnibus bill into law, before the whole crew goes on the Christmas break. Yes, I did say Christmas. Why in the world didn’t they work on the budget last summer and fall, like they were supposed to? They had the majority in Congress and were responsible for next year’s budget. The rats in Congress didn’t lift a finger on the budget, because they knew the bloodbath would have been even bigger in the November elections.

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The Polemics of Disdain

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

By Stephen Guy Hardin

www.hardinrepublic.com

Perhaps the greatest single characteristic of the elitist Liberal intellectual is their shameless display of arrogance and condescension that is so recklessly displayed to all lesser mortals.

Lesser mortals are defined as anyone not in agreement with their lofty cerebral ravings of social injustice and universal equality for everyone other than their own social class.

While I have experienced the elitist contempt for lesser souls by elitist members of the Right, it can never compare to the withering stare and the almost inperceivable shaking of the head that is the subtle, yet obvious, characteristics of the Leftist monologist.

Recently having forced myself to sit through a seventeen minute rant that was in response to a five word question by Barack Obama, I visualized being hurled back through time and space much like Doctor Who. ( The Tom Baker Doctor Who , of course.) I can still feel the stinging, unspoken rebuke of one of my numerous college professors as they smugly try to reeducate me to the realities of collegiate political worldviews.

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Dog-Gone-Right Cartoon: “THUS ALWAYS TO TYRANTS”

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

By WADE BRUMMET

Virginia has risen against yet another form of tyranny, and if you look closely at the state seal, you can see exactly how. (more…)

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Texas Drifter: America’s First Tradition

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Marshall’s Law Dateline – Readers should ask themselves, would they be able to celebrate one special birthday this time of the year except for America’s First Tradition? What is it, one might ask? America’s first tradition will be identified after citizens understand threats to it.

Types of domestic threats to America’s first tradition include: counterfeit conservatives also known as Moderate Republicans or “Republicans In Name Only” (Rinos). The reason patriotic American conservatives need to be able to identify counterfeit conservatives is simple. The enemy from within can more easily destroy our constitutional republic than outside enemies.

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Allah Says Relax: Advice for the Next Presidential Visit to Cape Cod

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

By Stephen Guy Hardin

The logistical challenges of planning an Obama Presidential retreat …uh, vacation, to Martha’s Vineyard must be daunting.

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Comically Incorrect: Santa’s List

Monday, December 13th, 2010

By A.F. BRANCO

According to this, some people have been awfully naughty this year.

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