The 2012 Pelosi GTxi SS/RT Sport Edition

Whatever your position on the American auto-maker’s bailout – this parody nails the central problem with government getting involved in major private industry:

Satire by Iowahawk.

I don’t pretend to know the ‘right decision’ in this mess, since it’s likely that any decision will end up screwing hard working Detroit families. However, the long-term ramifications of installing a governmental ‘Car Czar,’ as many are suggesting – should not be underestimated.

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Personally, if it were my business, I would be extremely wary of accepting government money. Strings have a way of…appearing….down the road…

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Oliver Stone film ‘O’ – coming to a theater near you

This one’s for all the folks stoked to see ‘W’, who think that it will in any way actually represent the President in any real way.

LOL of the day: Low Effort Wealth Spread

I can’t believe it’s not Marxism! HAHA! Photo credit thePeoplesCube.com

Just in case you missed the exchange:

Plumber: “You’re new tax plan is going to tax me more, isn’t it?”

Barack Obama: It’s not that I want to punish your success, I just want to make sure that everybody who is behind you, that they’ve got a chance at success too. I think when you spread the wealth around it’s good for everybody.”

  1. Who gives a crap what you want – it’s what you actually do. In this case: punishing success.
  2. Who is “behind you”? What if I worked my butt off to provide good opportunities for my family, kids, or grandkids, and perhaps whoever else I choose. I guess that’s simply not good enough. I need the all-knowing government to come and make me pay for whomever they feel are “behind me” and who likely neither work, nor pay income tax.
  3. In American, peoples inalienable rights and freedoms are (supposed to be) protected by the government from birth. What people choose to do with those rights and freedoms is up to them. They make themselves a success – the government does not (nor could it).
  4. Spreading the wealth sounds good – except for the folks from whom the wealth is stolen to give to others.

“When you spread the wealth around, Senator – it depends on who’s spreading the wealth around. If the wealth is being spread around by individuals making voluntary decisions, whether they be consumers, or producers, or both – you’re spreading the wealth around in a humane and free way. When the Government, like and all powerful mob compels you to give 40, 50, 60 percent of your hard earned income to the mob – to redistribute, based on political and ideological decisions, (which are not always decisions over need, by the way) – That is Tyranny.

-Mark Levin

Rare Adam Gadahn Meltdown Over AQI’s Red-cheek Butt-whipping in Iraq

Recent Coalition success in Iraq spurs off the rails tantrum from former American, now Al-Qaeda mouthpiece Adam Gadahn:

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“We got our a** totally kicked. We couldn’t do diddly poo offensively. We couldn’t radicalize the locals, we couldn’t run the provinces, we didn’t try to run the provinces, couldn’t terrorize Mosul, we sucked.”

“That was a disgraceful performance, in my opinion. We threw Baghdad in the toilet, we gave it away by doing that. We gave um the freaking country. In my opinion, that sucked.” 

“We couldn’t stop the coalition. Every time we entered a province, we got dominated. We got our a** totally kicked in Al-Anbar. That’s what it boiled down to.”

“Holy crap! I don’t who the hell we think we are when we do something like that. Unbelievable – five turnovers. One of them for..we’ve thrown 4 provinces for coalition turnovers this year. That might be an AQI record.” 

“It was a horse sh** performance in Baqubah, horse sh**.”

“That’s pitiful, I mean, it’s absolutely pitiful. To preform like that — Pitiful.”

“It sucked, it stunk.”

“Resurgence?!? Don’t talk about resurgence! You kidding me? Resurgence? I just hope we can nab someone’s lunch money.”

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