A World Government

So, I guess Geithner is open to China’s idea of a global currency replacing the dollar. I’m pretty much vehemently opposed to any proposal that holds other countries as equal to ours — like U.N. votes. Part of how America helps the world is that it remains separate from the other countries and punishes them for their weakness thus making them try to do better. If we all join together to help other countries, that’s like rewarding their suckiness, and what happens to the world if you win a prize for sucking?

That’s not to say I’m against there one day there being a one-world government and the elimination of borders. It’s just it has to happen by America conquering all other countries.

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It’s True

Some people have called Obama “Reaganesque“.

Well, when asked in his online town hall meeting yesterday “whether legalizing marijuana would improve the economy and job creation”, he said:

“The answer is no, I don’t think that is a good strategy to grow our economy.”

And just saying no to drugs technically makes him Nancy Reaganesque.

It’s a start.

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War Names

Obama is not going to call it the “War on Terror” anymore, but “Overseas Contingency Operation” just isn’t catchy enough. Here are some other names for the war he is considering:

* The War of Northern American Aggression

* That Trouble in the Middle East

* Overseas Man-Caused Conflict

* The Roosting of Our Chickens

* Operation Wacky Iraqi Attacky (wait, that was Bush’s suggestion)

* Our Contribution to the Zionist Conspiracy

* Bush’s Mess

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Poll: Should Barack Obama Fail?

There’s been a lot of chatter about whether or not the president should fail. Really, the only way to settle this important matter is with a pointless poll. And, by they way, failure to vote in this poll could be catastrophic for the economy and your complexion.

Should Barack Obama fail?

  • Hasn't he failed already? Don't most presidents have, y'know, a government by now? (54%, 600 Votes)
  • Yes, if I can say that without seeming racist. (24%, 266 Votes)
  • Which answer do I get bailout/stimulus money for? Cuz I pick that one. (13%, 146 Votes)
  • Well, a piece of excrement that big WOULD be awfully difficult to pass. (7%, 74 Votes)
  • No, if he fails who will they have on all the TV shows and magazine covers? Brangelina? (2%, 17 Votes)
  • He's not that ethnic looking guy on American Idol is he? (1%, 11 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,114

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Fighting Back Against Taxes

My column at Pajamas Media is up, and this week it’s on armed resistance to taxes. Never suffer a tax to live.

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I Hope He Fails

When Obama tries to get the prize at the bottom of his cereal box, I hope he fails.

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We Didn’t Start the Obama

Crowder is a dancing fool!

I can’t believe he keeps making videos like this every week. Don’t I suck for not even being able to keep a podcast bi-weekly.

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Overseas Contingency Operation

Apparently Obama is going to eschew calling the conflict the “War on Terror” and instead call it the “Overseas Contingency Operation.” Wow. So how long do you think it will be until Obama goes for the whole shebang and outlaws having a penis?

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Here Comes the Dongs

North Korea is getting ready to launch missiles! Yay! Now Obama get to show us how he handles a crisis!

Now, if I were handling it, I’d send a note to Kim Jong Il saying, “If you launch those missiles, I will kill you and everyone you care about you pot-bellied, poofy-haired freak! Then I will put your head on a pike and everyone will remark how that is the damn ugliest pike they’ve ever seen!”

I’m guessing Obama will handle things differently. First he’ll offer North Korea unconditional hugs. If that doesn’t work, then he’ll grovel. Then he’ll disarm us hoping North Korea will follow suit. Then he’ll apologize for one of our cities being vaporized and we’ll all forgive him because he meant good.

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So, apparently Obama is going after charitable giving next. I guess when the government is throwing around trillions of dollars, a few extra dollars from charity don’t seem necessary. Or, rather, he wants that money for himself to spend on government programs he thinks better helps those in need such as teaching tolerance for gays to the homeless and getting energy efficient light bulbs for the hungry. Anyway, after he’s done we’re all going to be the charity cases.

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Fail Win

Some people seem to think it’s wrong to want the president to fail, but Bobby Jindal and Fred Thompson have both come out of defense in wanted Obama to fail. Of course, they qualify it with that they want him to fail when his policies would hurt America. That’s a bit different from the IMAO position of wanting him to fail when it does nothing but cause annoyance to himself. Anyway, I hope people stop getting all worked up about this; wanting Obama to fail is a bit like wanting a fish to swim.

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You’ve done it.

I’ve done it.

We’ve all done it.

Sent an email that we wish we could immediately take back, I mean. For example, hit “Reply to all” instead of just “Reply.” Or noticed a mistake … a big one … right after sending. Or forgetting an attachment.

Google has added an “Undo” button to their Gmail application:

My theory (which others shared) was that even just five seconds would be enough time to catch most of those regrettable emails.

And now you can do just that. Turn on Undo Send in Gmail Labs under Settings, and you’ll see a new “Undo” link on every sent mail confirmation. Click “Undo,” and we’ll grab the message before it’s sent and take you right back to compose.
This feature can’t pull back an email that’s already gone; it just holds your message for five seconds so you have a chance to hit the panic button. And don’t worry – if you close Gmail or your browser crashes in those few seconds, we’ll still send your message.

Five seconds is a help. Might save me some embarrassment. Lord knows, I could use all the help I can get.

If only we could get an “Undo” button on the presidential election. I’m wondering how many people would hit it now?

And where else could we use an “Undo” button?

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Obama Is Taking Your Questions!

The White House web site has a new page called “Open for Questions“, where citizens are encouraged to submit their questions on the economy. On Thursday, Obama will answer all the ones that make him look good, like “The economy is so much better now that you’re president. Why are you so awesome, and how can we best praise you? Would a large, golden idol be appropriate?”

Personally, I’d go a little less softball. Here are some of mine:

“That’s a tough question… let me have my staff dig up some dirt on you to release to the media, and I’ll get back to you on that.”

* You say America needs jobs, green energy, and cheap health care, yet all you’ve done is “invest” trillions in financial institutions that are too stupid to earn a profit. Isn’t this like promising to buy your daughter a pony, then going out and buying yourself a Mustang?

* Could we maybe take your $3.5 trillion budget to Vegas and play blackjack with it? Statistically, we should still have $3.4 trillion left afterwards, which is better odds than we’re getting from you.

* You’re planning to lower the deduction on charitable giving. Are you also planning to spank your children when they share their toys?

* When asked why it took you so long to express outrage over the AIG bonuses, you said “because I like to know what I’m talking about before I speak.” Didn’t you actually mean to say “my teleprompter was broken”?

* A two-part question: In your speech on the economy, you said “there are no silver bullets”. If that’s true, then – first – how will America defend itself from a werewolf invasion, and – second – have you considered asking the Lone Ranger for assistance?

* You criticized AIG executives for “enriching themselves on the taxpayers’ dime”, calling it “inexcusable”. Does this standard apply to your $500,000 book deal? Or is your book deal OK because it was done before you assumed the Presidency? And does this make the AIG bonuses OK, because they were set up before they accepted the bailout?

* You said we “can’t afford to demonize every investor or entrepreneur who seeks to make a profit”. Does that mean you have a list of people that you CAN afford to demonize? Does that list consist of the names of people who submit unflattering questions to the Open For Questions web site?

* Senator Benjamin Cardin has proposed a measure to help newspapers that are struggling to stay afloat by allowing them to reorganize as non-profit entities. If you support this measure, would you support a similar measure for bloggers? I mean, I sit around all day making stuff up, and I’m not making any money at it, either.

* If Treasury Secretary Geithner is fired or resigns, who will replace him. Are there any Democrat tax cheats left in Washington who aren’t already part of your administration?

* Although you expressed outrage over the AIG bonuses, you don’t seem too upset about the millions in Fannie Mae bonuses. Are you saying that it’s OK to use bailout money for bonuses as long as your company name sounds like a character from the Beverly Hillbillies?

Anything YOU want to ask That One?

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Soon There Will Be No Need for Organic Presidents

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The president’s news conference from last night isn’t getting good press.

Notice the big monitor in the back of the room. That caught some reporters off guard.

But it made me wonder.

Suppose someone hit the remote, and Obama continued to read off the screen. Would it have made for a better news conference?

Or, a more honest one?


Fasten your seatbelts. It’s going to be a bumpy night.


We rob banks.


What we got here is … failure to communicate.


I’m the king of the world!


I’ve always depended on the kindness of strangers.


This is my life. It always will be. There’s nothing else.

Just us and the cameras …

…and those wonderful people out there in the dark.

All right, Mr. DeMille. I’m ready for my close-up.


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