“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Obama's Kenyan Birth Certificate shows up
I post this mostly for entertainment value. It is probably bogus, but I have a suspicion that Obama was born in Kenya, whether this document is real or not. American Thinker
This should be entertaining and I did not do this one in Photoshop.ReplyDelete
I fell for the clown that said he smoked crack with Obama and gave him a blow job, so I post this with a little trepidation, but not that much.
In Dan Rather style, I post it. Who knows?
Use the link to have a closer lookReplyDelete
The poster of Obama as "The Joker" was a more believable graphic.ReplyDelete
To deliver their rebuttal, Republicans tapped Rep. Charles Boustany of Louisiana, a physician who once questioned the legitimacy of the Hawaii-born Obama’s birth certificate. In his health care rebuttal, Boustany said that Republicans were ready to work with the president on “common-sense” reforms but that “it’s time to start over on a common-sense, bipartisan plan” and that “replacing your family’s current health care with government-run health care is not the answer.ReplyDelete
In fact, it’ll make health care much more expensive.”
Boustany said Republicans agreed with Obama in four areas: that all Americans should have access to coverage, regardless of pre-existing conditions; small businesses should be able to access coverage at prices comparable to large companies and labor unions; government should provide some form of assistance to those who cannot afford coverage; and insurers should offer incentives for preventive behavior. As for the overture on lawsuit limits, Boustany said, “we hope he’s serious.”
Health Care Reform
Wow. Dear host is a Birther. Who knew?ReplyDelete
Another sectarian nut job, doing the God of Abraham's bidding.ReplyDelete
This fellow must have earned a bunch of points, with the "big guy"
Mexico Hijacking Ends After God-Inspired Suspect Is Detained
Bloomberg - Thomas Black, Andres R. Martinez
Sept. 10 (Bloomberg) --
Mexican police stormed an airplane hijacked by a Bolivian man who claimed he was driven by “divine revelation,” ending a standoff more than an hour after the Aeromexico jet landed at Mexico ...
I am probably more of a mirther than a birther.ReplyDelete
"Big Guy"...It's spelled "Big Guy", unless referencing Ron Jeremy (who isn't really a "big guy" at all, despite being worshipped by really "small guys").ReplyDelete