Monday, February 6, 2012

Platitudes and Attitudes Will Save Us

Told ya.

The 'Stain is long past it's use-by date. These sentiments are so far out of touch with the reality of what is required they are like whistling past a graveyard.

The Kwa really thinks that all that is required is some Knute Rockne speech. Check out most of the people in the commercial. They are all from nations that are officially third world countries that have never been able to "pull out" of anything and have been economic losers for their entire history. But once you set foot on magic 'Zanian soil, your IQ shoots up and you magistically change into a winner. After all, that's what Americans are like, right ... at least in the past. This proves that the soil exudes magic winner gas that makes you into a winner when you breathe it in. Unfortunately the only gas most of these modern day 'Zanies breathe is Jenkem.


Anonymous said...

I was wondering if you would catch that Clint Eastwood speech.

That was some hilarious shit - I dont watch the idiot box ever, but I saw a link to that one and watched it, absolutely flabbergasted at how anyone on any planet could be so completely clueless.

And the best the MSM could come up with is it was an endorsement of Obama ... in what alternate universe I ask ?

This is the second half all right - it's the second half of the two minute warning and your team is down 15 trillion to nothing.

Not to worry, we got Detroit working on it - you know, Detroit - where no sane person would venture without a Predator drone overwatch and a battalion of Spec-Ops watching your back.

I don't know that I have ever watched anything so pathetic in my life.


Anonymous said...


Thank you. I couldn't agree more.
If Detroit is our last hope, good lord, shoot me now. "People" in Detroit can't wait in line at a Mcdonalds without killing or maiming one another.
Detroit from the air looks like any city in Germany in '45.
I'd rather ride in a submarine built by my cat than a car built by these tribal retards.

Anonymous said...

The Detroit angle is that it was on the brink and brought back when they bailed out the auto industry. That's a valid point. Bailing out the auto industry was a successful move. It save a lot of jobs and created a lot of revenue. It was the right decision.

Anonymous said...

anon 7:50

We need to keep in mind that "they" didn't bail out anyone. We and our children, our grandchildren, and our great-grandchildren did, along with bailing out many insolvent domestic and European banks along with Detroit. "They" caused the problem and made us pay the bill. As for GM, the price of "their" stock needs to go up another $50 per share before "we" start to get "our" money back.

"They" got one hell of a deal and "we" got screwed once again.