Tuesday, May 29, 2007

They never give up...

...but I sure as hell wish they would.

Hillary Clinton told a group of students at a New Hampshire trade school that what this country really needs is a government (led by her very own self, of course) that legislates a society of "shared prosperity." According to her, "...our government can once again work for all Americans. It can promote the great American tradition of opportunity for all and special privileges for none."

Hey, I'm all for that. Especially if Miz Hillary wants to spread around some of the many millions of scoots she and the hubby have amassed during the last six years. Put me down for a couple mill, Hillary.

This is in the grand tradition of such ultra-wealthy do-gooders as Franklin Roosevelt and various Kennedys. Others, like the two Johns, Kerry and Edwards, love to blather about "opportunity for all" as well. Just don't ask them to give up all the loot fate, marriage and various smarmy enterprises have laid on them.

If Hillary's panderings aren't enough, we can always look to the New York Times to lecture us on how throwing open the borders and overlooking the violations of law that have brought 20 million illegal aliens to this country is in the "best American tradition" of equal opportunity for all. In fact, the Senate's amnesty bill doesn't go far enough for the Times, as it doesn't put everyone in the whole damn third world in line for speedy US citizenship.

Or you could read the L.A. Times, which posted a single editorial on Memorial Day. An editorial about how a "Carbon Tax" is the best way to end global warming.

Say what?

Yes, the Times dissed the so-called "carbon offset" scam so loved by Al Gore, Arnold Schwarzenegger and other massive consumers of energy. But they fail to understand -- logic has never been much in evidence on their editorial pages -- is that all taxes do is transfer our money to the government, which can then waste it on ridiculous "projects." Hell, if Congress can't keep its sticky fingers out of Social Security funds, thereby destroying that system, can we reasonably expect them to use "carbon tax" money for any beneficial purpose?

Let's no leave out good ol' Nancy Pelosi, who spent Memorial Day in Greenland (thank you, America, for buying her the trip) where she "saw the climate change." Today, she's in Germany, "monitoring" the EU's pathetic attempts to legislate weather.

If Nancy had been around in the days of the Vikings, she probably would have been calling -- in that disgusting schoolmarm-teaching-slightly-retarded-first-graders tone she uses, just like Hillary -- for the Greenlanders to build thousands of fires to hold back the encroaching ice pack.

Why do you think they named it "Greenland," Nancy?

Then, as always, there's Jorge Bush, the bought-and-paid-for advocate for handing the US over to Mexico. He was shooting off his mouth yet again today, telling an audience "Those determined to find fault with this bill will always be able to look at a narrow slice of it and find something they don't like. If you want to kill the bill, if you don't want to do what's right for America, you can pick one little aspect out of it. You can use it to frighten people, or you can show leadership and solve this problem once and for all."

I would call this pitiful excuse for a president "the stupidest person in America," but he has so much competition.

But let me assure you, Jorge, I want to "do what's right for America." I want to see you and every other corrupt shitweasel in Washington -- including those mentioned above, of course -- hounded out of office and prosecuted for the crimes you, individually and in groups, have committed.

No amnesty for you folks, Jorge.


lowandslow said...

I agree, Scribbs. "Off with the shitweasel's heads." What a grand holiday we could celebrate if that ever happened. :)

SunnyLane said...

I like your way of thinking; this is a very good article you wrote.

Thankyou for stopping by my 'new' place. *smiles*

sugarcane said...

You're right on the money. If these idiots would open their ears and close their mouths for a second, they'd actually hear what the American people want.