Archives for: June 2011, 30
Dialogue with a chat room bully from long, long ago.
Gosh, Robby. I am truly surmised at your responsive reading of my last message. I certainly won't deform your character. I am very ready to bereave your explanation of the IP addresses and passwords and all getting into the wrong handles. Still, it was nice of the hackers to tell off the young pretty ladies for insufficient holiness before posting those photos from your IPs. Those who say it was really, really you are not following the rules of judas prudence. Their intendos are preditated on putting the cat before the horse. They talk of science and safe gourds and such.
Those in chat who do not go in for miracles, well, I think they miss you too. Even those who say they were happy to see you bite the dutch.
We all imagine you doing all sorts of stuff away from chat. Like moping the floors. Or panting the walls new mordrid colors. Or dropping your trousers by the laundry. Stuff like that.
So everyone must be missing you in some way. Everyone knows you were left with the short end of the spit. But thats beating a debt house.
In the old days, there you were every day, big as lice. You were cool as a concubine. You were the cream of the cramp. You were blight eyed and busty taled.
Having you gone goes against the grange. The room is going to hell in a ham casket.
And I'm sure that most would agreen with me in a secret ballad.
You should embargo on a return. Right away.
We pay a lot of attention to things like unemployment, war, terrorism, giving bin Laden a new home under the sea, gay marriage. That's not necessarily a bad thing, taken in perspective.
The temptation, of course, is to keep too much of our focus on policy. We also have to pay attention to simple morality among our national leadership. Think of Weiner. Or Ensign. Or Vitter. Or Gingrich. Think of President Clinton.
Now think of someone equally high and very, very current. Now that Blagojevich is facing prison, can President Barack Hussein Obama be far behind. After all, look where he's from. As Michelle Malkin so adroitly puts it: "In Chicago politics, I don’t believe anybody is innocent until proven so — and usually not even then." Already the long hidden dirt is now coming to light.
And boy. This looks pretty bad. The lamestream media are really in the Obama family pocket. Just look at the headline in Real Clear Politics:
And the summary of the link to a CNN article:
— In an interview with CNN, First Lady Michelle Obama thanks the media for their “support” and “kindness.” CNN reporter: “How's the family ready for this [the election]? It's going to be quite vicious, isn't it? How do you prepare for that?”
Wow. Support? Help? Thank you media for your gracious bias?
Those who do click on the headline can read about the entire scandalous interview. It turns out to be about the Obama children: "People have respected their privacy and in that way, I think, you know, no matter what people may feel about my husband's policies or what have you, they care about children and that's been good to see."
The smokescreen might well have stayed buried if conservatives were not prepared for battle against such coverup.
Michelle Obama Tells CNN 'Fortunately We Have
Help From The Media'
In a contrast with biased liberal media, the article bends over backward to present the other side. You can find it by scanning down to a couple sentences just before the end.
Now, in fairness, she was talking about how the media handle her children.
Even so, could you imagine a Republican president's wife saying, "Fortunately we have help from the media?"
Methinks Michelle Obama was talking about more than the Obama children when she praised and thanked the media.
Being thankful to news media for respecting the privacy of their children is not the only troubling aspect of the Obama family. Consider this headline at the Free Republic:
Dana Perino: If Obama Has Time To Tweet, ‘We Should Re-Examine’ The President’s Responsibilities
Left wing, fact obsessed, Mediaite carries video of the disturbing accusation first aired on FoxNews.
Dana Perino, who served us well as Press Secretary to President Bush, is on point. There is a slippery slope danger here. You never know where these gateway time wasters might lead. Next thing you know, the President might become a user and abuser of other cutting edge devises.
The telephone, perhaps.
Such is the state of concern about the President and his family. Give them credit for their diligence. When it comes to Obama, Mrs. Obama, and the little girl Obamas, conservatives today never lose focus, never get lost in the mundane details of policy.