28 February 2009


B. Hussein Obama and Eric Holder disdain the United States Constitution. Though I knew B. Hussein Obama disdained the U.S. Constitution before he was elected, I still find it ironic. Upon taking office, he swore the following oath:

"I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States."

B. Hussein Obama has not only failed to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States, he has violated it. I grant that EVERY President of the United States has violated the Constitution is some way or another, but there are only a couple of dozen that have done so as blatantly as B. Hussein Obama. (Yes, George Walker Bush was one of them.) Is there any recourse for his breach of oath? Unless Congress or the Supreme Court respects and is willing to uphold the Constitution, there is not.

I do believe that I can feel the hope already.

24 February 2009

State of the Empire

I didn't watch the General Secretary's State of the Union [Empire] address. However, I was eager to watch Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal's Republican response. Let me start by saying that I really like Bobby Jindal's record. However, that was the worst State of the Union response that I have ever seen. It was terrible in so many ways that I cannot begin to list them...

Since the General Secretary's ascension, I have casually followed the Republican party's decision-making. If the G.O.P. hopes that Bobby Jindal can become their Barack Obama, they are sorely mistaken. While I like Jindal, it appears to me (and a few million other Americans) that Bobby Jindal is merely "a poor man's" B. Hussein Obama. It's not that he isn't relatively handsome, good at public speaking, and squeaky clean - it's the simple fact that he wasn't first. Kobe Bryant may be as good as Michael Jordan, but, if given a choice, who wouldn't pick MJ?

19 February 2009

More great change courtesy of the General Secretary

I don't use the word "hate" very often, but I really do hate B. Hussein Obama.


15 February 2009

I must admit that, at first, I had my doubts about the General Secretary. However, after a month in office, it is clear that our hope is being fulfilled and that a great change is indeed taking place. The remnants of the previous corrupt, tyrannical regime are being obliterated. The General Secretary has proven his commitment to the revolution by attempting to silence those who would hinder our progress. Now, after 233 years of bourgeois domination, the citizens of the Motherland have united to effect the change that we have so long desired. Long-live the revolution!

06 February 2009