Sunday, April 11, 2010



A flicker of good news comes from, of all places, the People's Republic of Kalifornia. We have to remember that Northern California contains a great many normal working people and should probably be separated at the hip from Southern Kalifornistan. Just as Chicago does it's best to ruin the rest of Illinois (as Atlanta does for Georgia, New York City for New York State, etc. etc.) the metropolitan socialist kooks of Southern Kalifornistan and the Federal behemoth try to subjugate and ruin Northern California.

Seems the folks up there have had about enough and are starting to fight back. Only a week after the governor of Utah called upon eminent domain for the state to take federal land, the San Bonita County board of supervisors voted unanimously to re-open 25 miles of public roads closed down by the Bureau of Land Management.

The Blue Ribbon Coalition, which advocates the crazy idea of allowing the public to use public lands, was represented by Don Amador, who sounds like he belongs on this blog.
"When the federal government ignores the will of the people, local voters and users that visit the area have little choice but to look elsewhere for relief. Up and down the state, I see a growing number of counties who are joining with the people in defense of historic access to federal lands. Today's vote to reopen the roads for street-legal vehicles should be a clear signal to the BLM that their effort to make the Hollister Field Office a 'Human Free Zone' is going to be challenged." He said he sees in California and across the West "a growing number of county governments, supervisors or commissioners, who now realize that it's their constitutional duty to stand with local voters and users against a federal government that's out of control and out of touch with the needs of their constituents. I think they are tired of being bullied by the federal government."

We sure are, Don.


French President Nicolas Sarkozy is not the Bad. In fact, he has almost single-handedly re-introduced testosterone to Frenchmen and would appear to be more conservative (not to mention much smarter) than our president. No doubt he can probably throw a baseball better than our limp-wristed emperor as well. At any rate, Sarkosy's assessment of Barack Insane Obama is pretty much spot-on, which definitely constitutes Bad for America.

According to the European Union Times,
"a new report circulating in the Kremlin today authored by France's Directorate-General for External Security (DGSE) and recently obtained by the FSB shockingly quotes French President Nicolas Sarkozy as stating that President Barack Obama is "a dangerous[ly] aliene", which translates into his, Obama, being a "mad lunatic", or in the American vernacular, "insane".
According to this report, Sarkozy was "appalled" at Obama's "vision" of what the World should be under his "guidance" and "amazed" at the American President's unwillingness to listen to either "reason" or "logic". Sarkozy's meeting where these impressions of Obama were formed took place nearly a fortnight ago at the White House in Washington D.C., and upon his leaving he "scolded" Obama and the US for not listening closely enough to what the rest of the World has to say."
What?!?! The state-run media said if we would only get rid of that evil buffoon George Bush and replace him with the Messiah the whole world would beat a path to our door to love and worship us and we'd all hold hands and sing Kum-by-ya. It seems that the French, along with a great many other nations in the European Union, have figured out the grave threat posed by radical Islam spreading like a cancer from within after facing the beast eye to eye. Obummer, on the other hand, has been dumping on traditional American allies and going waaaayyyyy out of his way to kiss Muslim butt, seeking to add the coveted Neville Chamberlain Award to his Nobel Peace Paperweight.
Sarkozy summed up his comments with, "Enough with the French-German jokes. If your president faced a German Panzer he would scream like a little school girl, piss his pants, and run away."


You knew who I was talking about before you saw the picture, didn't you? A recent bill introduced by Representative Ron Paul (R-TX), obviously intended for Pelosi, was narrowly defeated on the floor of the House. The four paragraph bill would have required a congresscitter to meet certain criteria to be qualified to serve as Speaker of the House. Nancy Pelosi objected strongly to the "unfair and un-Constitutional" (the first time she's ever cared about that document) requirements in the bill, such as stacking boxes in order to reach a suspended banana.

"The boxes keep falling over," she pouted. "And I don't like bananas anyway."

HERE'S a nice montage of more Pelosi statements so stupid I didn't even have to make them up.


Jim Fryar said...

Perhaps we will see an upsurge in interest in the State of Jefferson which has been mooted as a new state comprising Northern California and Southern Oregon, both of which feel alienated and betrayed by their state governments.

Then there is the Republic of Cascadia movement which proposes a new nation on the Pacific coast. The borders are flexible but in some cases extend from mid California right up to parts of southern Alaska.

Bawb said...

Walter Williams recently wrote a column about parts of the US getting a "divorce".

I'm ready.

Jim Fryar said...

I'm not right up with the intricacies of your constitution but it makes a lot of sense for those who wish to pay their own way instead of everyone elses to opt out.

Actually after posting my comment I remembered your brothers 'chimp boy' comment and while I don't take it too literally, (brothers can be like that) I remembered that Cascadia has its Sasquatch malitia.