Constitution of Toilet Paper

Liberal-Fascist New Progs have no use for limits on government


Building O-Religion 2012

Cake classic updated for re-election


What Makes Barack Obama Tick?

The answer unites many Americans
It’s hard for people to pinpoint exactly what it is they don’t like about President Barack Obama, but I think I can easily sum it up: his thinly veiled contempt for America, and his transparent resentment for the country he was elected to lead.

You’ll often hear people say, “He just hates America.”

But try this on for size: Barack Obama may just be our first “oppositional identity” president. What’s that mean?

I’d never heard the phrase oppositional identity before, because I don’t subscribe to collectivist identity theories. I believe–much like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.–that people should be recognized by their own individual actions, not those of their ancestors.

But when I recently met a special education graduate student from Antioch University in Los Angeles and she told me about oppositional identity, I wondered whether it could help explain why President Obama harbors such apparent animosity toward his own country–and why he’s said some of the things he has in the past.

So, she loaned me her textbook to write this article.
(full story at biggovernment.com)

Mexicans Fight Back Against Obama

But Barack's Fast-Furious Gunrunning scandal gains no traction among U.S. lamestreams


(story at ihatethemedia.com)

Obama Finally Unifies America

Tea Party and #Occupy protest BHO's opulent SF fundraisers
Obama has become so objectionable in his crony capitalist excesses that he can bridge the vast gulf between pro-liberty Tea Partiers and Marxist Occucommies, uniting them if only momentarily in opposition against him.
When the Campaigner in Chief came to San Francisco last Thursday for a series of aristocratic fundraisers, he was greeted with contempt from both ends of the spectrum.
But not even loathing of the Lightworker could make upstanding patriots and smelly communist vermin like each other.
(full story at moonbattery.com)

Playing Liberal-Fascist Gas Price Politics

Do New Progs ❤ or H8 energy price spikes?


Communist Manifesto, Mugabe, Malcolm X

On this day: February 21
Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels publish The Communist Manifesto (1848)

The British government, under Winston Churchill, abolishes identity cards in the UK to "set the people free" (1952)

Fidel Castro nationalizes all businesses in Cuba (1960)

b: Robert Mugabe (1924), Sam Peckinpah (1925), Barbara Jordan (1926), John Lewis (1940), David Geffen (1943), Olympia Snowe (1947); d: Augusto Nicolás Calderón Sandino (1934), Malcolm X (1965)

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