Thursday, May 10, 2012

From LRC
  • Banksters.
  • WaPo crash dive. The shills for the state can’t maintain their circulation thanks to the Internet and of course, Craigslist. Soon they will probably ask for taxpayer money.
  • Rome didn’t fall in a day.
  • I saw a car with two bumper stickers on it today. The first one said: “Don’t Tread on Me.” The second one said: “God Bless Our Troops, Especially Our Snipers.” What happens if foreigners say “Don’t Tread on Me” to the U.S. government? They get shot by snipers of course.
  • Blago conveniently silenced for 12 years. Anyone who thinks that all governors don’t require “pay to play” for appointments to the U.S. Senate simply doesn’t live in the real world. But in Blago’s case, why was he being targeted by the feds for doing what everyone knows happens regularly? Whom did he p*ss off? Maybe Rahm Emanuel. At any rate, these questions have of course never been answered.
  • The latest shiny object to distract the plebs. Sovereign debt crises, the brink of World War III, the coming American default, a stagnant economy, the police state, and more. These things are mere trifles compared to the great important issue of our time: gay marriage. At least that’s what the mass media will do its best to convince us over the election season as it makes this issue the great issue of the year. My Sailerian thought: Obama’s waffling was partly because he’s always wanted to be black, including politically. Many blacks are religious Christians who of course don’t believe in gay marriage, as the 2008 election in California showed.
  • T-Partycons encounter Paulians. Photo: Paul in Austin.
  • Criminalizing schoolchildren. The makings of a perfect citizenry for the Orwellian society.
  • A bad kind of Christian bookstore:

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