Monday, October 19, 2009

United we Stand, Divided we Fall

Most of you who read this blog probably get a feel for my attitude concerning Hollywood by my right-leaning opinions on various people like Micheal Moore, Sean Penn, and others. However, there are those in Hollywood who portray historical accounts so vividly, so powerfully, that I cannot help but be reminded that amidst the partisan politics of Left-leaning Hollywood actors and directors, there are those whose artistry commands respect, and whose respect to history is second to none.

One such group of people are the actors and filmmakers responsible for the absolutely amazing film known as Glory, starring Denzel Washington, Morgan Freeman, and Matthew Broderick. As I write this, it has been a scant few minutes since watching the film. For those who are unaware, this film accounts the raising and dispatching of the first all black American infantry regiment during the Civil War. The 54th Massachusettes regiment, commanded by Robert Gould Shaw (Broderick) goes on to become a symbol of liberty for oppressed slaves throughout the country, and leads ultimately to full intigration of Negro men into the armed forces.

The images of this movie are bold, powerfully vibrant, and most importantly, devoid of any ultra-stereotypical portrayal of either blacks or whites, with the exception of the outrageously bigotted quartermaster who refuses to grant shoes to the 54th due to skin color, and one officer (rank unknown) who has to be bullied into allowing the 54th to see any kind of combat at all.

At the risk of spoiling the film for the five people who haven't seen it, I was immediately drawn to the end, which portrayed the failed assault on Fort Wagner in South Carolina. Despite overwhelming odds, the 54th manage to reach the walls of the fort and come within just a hair's breadth of taking it, only to find a sea of Confederate soldiers awaiting them on the other side.

The fort, despite the efforts of these and other brave soldiers, did not fall into Union hands.

Now, was this a failure? From one standpoint, yes. The Union never took the fort, thus denying their forces an advantage in the war, however, in the long run, I would call this an astounding military victory for the United States. It allowed for the true turning point in the war, due to the addition of an initial 180,000 African American troops, to swell the already overflowing ranks of the Union army, but also showed the world that the United States, despite the vast blot on our history that is slavery, fought with blood sweat and tears to bring that horrible institution to an end in North America. And they succeeded.

Ironically, now that we as a nation have succeeded in proving to the world how devoid of racism this country is, now the news media constantly paints good, hardworking Americans as racist simply because they disagree with a president who happens to be black. Yes, there are some out there who truly do not like President Obama because of his skin color, but to paint them as the majority is absolutely dishonest and ultimately harmful to the nation. We united in the face of the bloodiest military conflict ever held on our soil after Lee's surrender at Appomatox Courthouse.

I believe we can do it again. I believe we ARE doing it again. Yet this time the enemy is not one that can be fought on the battlefield. Those threatening this nation are now doing so under the guise of equality and freedom, the very same things that soldiers both blue and grey fought and died to protect and preserve. Yet we face attacks on the very freedoms these enemies say they champion. Consider Mark Lloyd, Chairman of the FCC. He believes that freedom of speech is a DISTRACTION. Annita Dunn, who idolizes Chairman Mao of the CCP, is on record as saying that during the campaign they purposefully manipulated the news media to paint Obama in a better light, and prevented people from analyzing what his words meant. Van Jones we all remember. He, a self-avowed Communist, believes that white men are purposefully committing genocide against the black community. He now works for George Soros at the Center for American Progress.

These are people who have power in the White House now. I am truly afraid. However, I am also truly hopeful. Every time I begin to despair, I receive a reminder of the greatness of the United States, and history confirms why we deserve that greatness. Let's be that shining city on the hill again. Let's show the people of the world that, as Glenn Beck said on his program earlier this month, "when the going gets tough, Americans show up."

Well, it's time to show up again, and we are doing it. Watch out, all those who would dare stomp on civil liberties in the name of the so-called "common good". We are not sitting idle any longer, and we are no longer silent.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

And now we go to our Man on the Street...

Wow. Two days in a row I find two blog-worthy stories in the news. Interesting opposition in the tone, however. The previous post dealt with our new Mao worshipping press agent Anita Dunn, which caused my and I'm sure many others' blood to absolutely boil.

Today, I go on FOX news and what do I see? The continuation of the TEA party movement! We're still out there. It was a relief to see it, I must say.

So, what, you may ask, are the TEA partiers protesting now? Well, the media. Rallies are scheduled in future to be held at various lamestream media outlets across the country, with calls to rally at the New York Times, ABC, NBC, and the rest.

For full details, consult the article, which can be viewed at:

I know it's been said many times over the last view months, but I feel like it must be asked again: CAN YOU HEAR US NOW!?

Friday, October 16, 2009

If you go Around Showing Your Pictures of Chairman Mao, You're not Doing Anyone any Good Anyhow...

I honestly don't know how I missed all this stuff happening in previous years, but now that I'm paying attention, more controversy has hit me in the face than I ever thought I would see in any lifetime.

1. Obama's ties to Marxists.

2. Deathcare Reform.

3. An American Awakening (TEA parties and March on D.C.)

4. Vietnam part 2 (Afghanistan)

5. Attacks on Free Speech and Freedom of Expression

This last is the most disturbing. Especially given what I heard last night on fellow tin-foil-hat-wearing American patriot Glenn Beck's program. Do we all know who Anita Dunn is? Well, for those of you who read this that don't, Anita Dunn is part of the communications division of the House. She is the one who most recently went on CNN and accused FOX news of being nothing but lies day in and day out. Her exact words were that FOX acted as the "communications arm of the Republican Party" and that they were not a "real news network like CNN is". Yes, CNN is a REAL news network, since they're in the tank for Chairman Obama. I believe our friends Stalin, Mao and Castro would call those on FOX "counterrevolutionaries" if they had any control over what goes on in D.C. Then again, maybe they do. I don't know for sure.

Well, for weeks now Glenn has dared the White House to challenge any of his assertions against the administration, including the controversial appointments of his Czars, such as Van Jones, John Holdren, Mark Lloyd, and Cass Sunstein. Oh, and let's not forget Kevin Jennings, our "Safe Schools" Czar. More on him in future posts.

So far, the White House has not called, despite Glenn installing a direct phone line a la the "white house hotline" that once existed to prevent nuclear war between the Reds and the Red White and Blue. Why has Anita Dunn not called Glenn's bluff? Because he isn't bluffing. A video surfaced recently that shows Anita speaking to a group of high school students. In this video, she mentions her two favorite philosohers, one of whom is Mother Theresa. Nothing wrong with idolizing a great humanitarian like her, right? Well, here's where it gets horrifying. Her other favorite philospher? MAO TSE TUNG!!!

That's right. Chairman Mao of the CCP. The man who murdered 70 MILLION people during PEACE TIME in order to secure his power base. This is the man she most admires. This man killed more people than HITLER and she ADMIRES him!? I don't know what happened to my America, but the one I grew up in would never allow a full fledged Marxist loving commie sympathizer into the White House. Reagan certainly would never have, and nor would Richard Nixon. FDR did, but that was because he refused to see Stalin for who he really was until after the war. Nevertheless, Chairman Obama has added to his own personal Politburro (I hope I spelled that right) a woman who turns most to Mao Tse Tung for political and philosophical advice. She is not the only one who admires Mao, either. Valerie Jarret worked for the Socialists, Van Jones became a full-fledged Communist in prison, and the list goes on.

During the campaign, Obama said to look at the people he surrounds himself with in order to see who he really is and what he really believes. Well, Mr. President, I'm looking. And what I see isn't pretty. He may not only be our first BLACK president, but also our first RED president as well. Actually, that's not true. That title goes to Woodrow Wilson, who said that Communism and Democracy are the same government under different names.

Oy vey, wake up America! We are being BURIED, just as Nikkita Kreuschev warned us in the sixties! We are being BURIED IN MARXISTS!!!

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Friday, October 9, 2009

Funny, I thought the Nobel committee gave the Peace Prize to people that DID something for World Peace...

So I just heard that the Nobel committee of Switzerland has just decided to turn their once-prestigious award into a joke worthy of the Purple Heart medal. President Barack Obama has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for doing...nothing. I have yet to see ANY work toward world peace that President Obama has achieved in his nine months in office.

There have been many worthy recipients of the award, don't get me wrong, but this is an absolute slap in the face to anyone who ever actually DID SOMETHING to make the world a peaceful place to live. Take Nelson Mandella. He won the award for his efforts in Africa. I agree with that. Even Jimmy Carter, who did nothing as president, deserved the award for his Habitat for Humanity project.

But President Obama? Will someone PLEASE tell me what he has done to deserve what I once believed was one of the most prestigious awards in the world? Given what he's done, any Joe Schmoe can win the prize now just for being able to read a teleprompter. All he did was give a SPEECH! That's it! Oh, he's tried to engage the Muslim world through those speeches that he's given, but he didn't succeed much, or I would argue, at all. Not only that, but because the RNC has decided to ask just that very question (what has the president done to deserve this award?) they are being blasted for, I kid you not, SIDING WITH TERRORISTS!!!

Does that not sound odd to ANYONE ELSE!?

Saturday, October 3, 2009

The Ego Has Landed (With Apologies to Matt Drudge)

The above title has been seen elsewhere in recent days, as the parenthetical statement implies. Matt Drudge came up with that and used it as the headline to the Drudge Report the day President Obeyme landed in Copenhagen to make a last ditch effort to sell Chicago as the site for the 2016 Olympic games.

What is our president thinking, honestly? General Stanley McCrystal has been begging for more troops for almost nine months now so he can stabalize Afghanistan, which our brainless leader declared the "war of necessity" during the campaign, yet he shelved that report so that he could make a personal sell to his home city for a bunch of stupid games. He even took Oprah along in an attempt to seal the deal.

Well, no surprise to this Right Wing Extremist, but Obeyme was yet again ignored, this time not just by Europe or Iran, but by pretty much the WHOLE WORLD! Chicago came in DEAD LAST for the Olympic bid in the FIRST ROUND OF VOTING. How much more dismal a failure can you imagine? Aside from us being routed out of Afghanistan by OBL, that is.

I was hoping to be the first one, or at least one of the first, to post about the loss, but I was delayed getting to a computer and so it's already all over the blogosphere. So far all the opinions are right on with mine in that this was yet another loss for the President, but I believe it will in the long run be a win for the country as a whole. There was evidence out the wah-zoo that Valerie Jarrett, one of Obeyme's top advisors, would have benefited financially from the games being held in Chicago, as would Mayor Richard Daley, and the public housing firm that Valerie Jarrett runs would have been the housing for the athletes, which would have lead to federal funding to fix it up, as it is in DISMAL shape. So dismal, in fact, that it is being seriously considered for demolition.

So all in all, I call this a victory. Not for Obeyme, but for the American people. For once the corrupt political machine that exists in Chicago DID NOT get its way, and now the gangsters are crying in their blood-stained beer mugs. Well, I say let the tears flow. It's about time some justice showed up in the most corrupt city in the United States.

And lo and behold, the blame game has already started: