Archive for April, 2007

Time to Taunt the Paleocons Again

I just saw that my secret detractor Filmer has posted about me again (I’m flattered!). So, I’ll go against my own rule and return the favor. I’ll also clear a few things up:

  • I’m no fuckin’ centrist. I’m a bleeding heart, tree hugging, Birkenstock wearing liberal. And I hate centrists almost as much as conservatives; I would assign to them a far worse fate than Dante.
  • You are a troll.
    • You flamed me. (By the way, “PC water carrier” was the worst you could come up with?) Troll points: +1.
    • You capitalized “founding fathers” on the blog of a guy who bloody hates the founding fathers. Troll points: +1.
    • You assume that I’m an isolationist without reading any of my posts marked “World.” Troll Points: +2.
    • You used American Renaissance and Council of Conservative Citizens as sources. Troll Points: +6.

    Which gives you a total of 10 troll points. Five is enough to be considered a full blown troll. Read the rest of this entry »

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Note to Self

Never track-back to a nutter blog again. My readership spiked after I linked to the Conservative Times, but I got this lovely “rebuttal”:

“Finally, you lose the right to accuse anyone of racism when you define conservatism as “the survival and enhancement of a particular people and its institutionalized cultural expressions.””

First of all, conservatives should not accuse people of racism because racism is a neo-Marxist term used to enforce politically correct right think. I don’t think anyone affiliated with Conservative Times called anyone a racist. They suggested that La Raza (Meaning The Race. A little ironic don’t you think?) is anti-White and anti-West. Nor did they say that La Raza is a terrorist organization. Although the quotes from the founder of La Raza are quite interesting. I did not write the post, but I think the Al Qaeda reference was comparing them on the basis of them being anti-West.

What problem do you have with the definition of conservatism? How would you define it? I believe the definition is a translation of the quote from Cicero that is above it.

You are a good little PC water carrier, BTW. Declaring that people “lose the right” to comment when they deviate from the liberal party line.

My commentary after the break

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La Raza=al Qaeda?

This is really confusing, and more than a little offensive. There’s an article in the Conservative Times that compares La Raza to al Qaeda, among other offensive drivel:

Barack Hussein Obama will join La Raza in honoring traitors Sen. Lindsey Graham, Rep. Luis Gutierrez, and Roger Cardinal Mahony. La Raza is perhaps one of the most, if not the most, anti-white, anti-West organizations on American soil. It certainly would rank up there with the Black Panthers and Al Qaeda.

Why exactly is Graham still in office? Are South Carolina voters really so ignorant? This Senator, from one of the most conservative states in the union, is catering to Mexican terrorists, and yet he is still running unchallenged in the 2008 primary?

First of all, the National Council of La Raza is not a terrorist group, no matter what those fat racists Limbaugh and O’Reilly think. Second, read the constitution before you accuse someone of treason: even I am careful with that (no, Bush is probably not a traitor). Finally, you lose the right to accuse anyone of racism when you define conservatism as “the survival and enhancement of a particular people and its institutionalized cultural expressions.”

a la Wonkette 

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Idiots Run Our Country

Watermelons are vegetables, at least in Oklahoma. I am so not kidding. Oklahoma’s legislature voted to make the watermelon the official state vegetable because it is related to cucumbers. Sorry, but cukes are also fruits. But, what do you expect? It’s Oklahoma.

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Okay, I Lied. Sue Me.

I’m really back this time, but posts may be sporadic until mid-May. Aside from finals, I get to go doctor-hopping again (yippee!). Long story short(er), I’ve been having back pain and numbness again, so I’ve been trying to get in to see my neurosurgeon. Unfortunately, he’s insanely busy, and I couldn’t get in for a month. I went to my family doctor, who said that I had very distinct chyphosis (hunching), which I didn’t have a month ago, and that a few spinous processes were missing. So, my grandpa, bless him, e-mailed his doctor, who e-mailed my surgeon, who phoned me and said to come in that night. So, I was up at OHSU Thursday and Friday, having tests run, and they’re stumped so they’re sending me to a metabolic specialist to figure out what’s wrong with my spine. So I’m sorry for the sudden dearth of intelligent commentary in the blogosphere. (No, the fiasco hasn’t popped my inflated ego.)

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