Horrid Year: David Bowie Departs Gracefully; Toxic Obama Remains

Über-trendy nightclub, natty attire, a box of Gitanes – the first time we met David Bowie. That’s a story for another day and another place. Today, in the early morning hours as we spoke with a friend and watched the news from the opening of the China markets on Bloomberg News we saw the screen fill with the news that David Bowie has taken his leave.

It was a classy departure. For eighteen months Bowie fought against his cancer. He knew. He had a time line.

Bowie fought to live against six heart attacks. He had work to do. Bowie departed on his terms.

For eighteen months he fought cancer and six heart attacks. It was kept quiet. There were no publicity leaks, no maudlin dramas, no exploitation. It was a dignified loosening of the bonds which tie us to this earth. Then on his birthday this past Friday on January 8 David Bowie released his 25th musical album. His work done, Bowie took his leave from the great stage.

His last work, performed with the full knowledge of the little time remaining, is a wink and a nod to us. How else to explain the last song and video Bowie released? The song is the otherworldly “Lazarus“. Come forth:

Look up here… I’m in heaven… This way or no way… You know, I’ll be free… Just like that bluebird… Now ain’t that just like me.”

Like Sinatra, Bowie did it his way. It was a classy departure. He did his work. Took care of business. Left us all a farewell. A class act.

For years Bowie has provided part of the soundtrack to this website. When those young Americans stopped a terror attack on a train we played Bowie’s “Young American”. In 2013, along with Bowie’s ominous song, we asked the question “Where are we now?” We employed “Panic in Detroit” during the bankruptcy of that once great city. We mocked Michelle Obama’s ridiculous cocktail dress outfits with vicious juxtapositions which featured Bowie during his Ziggy space alien phase. Our Orwellian world and the totalitarianism of the left has a soundtrack in Bowie’s album “Diamond Dogs” as the chorus from the left sings out “We want you Big Brother!

These days our ears turn more and more to a little known, little appreciated work by David Bowie we have referenced before: Cygnet Committee.

Cygnet Committee
is “David Bowie’s little known, almost forgotten masterwork repudiating 1968 collectivist bull-s*it”. For years David Bowie willingly slaved in the leftist world of “peace” and “love” only to discover that it was all a lie. Bowie discovered that the slogans of peace and love masked a totalitarian evil and he left – with a song that punctured all the lies.

Cygnet Committee is a counterrevolutionary song as honest as the Beatles own “Revolution” with its denunciation of those on the left who praised Chairman Mao – the totalitarian leftist butcher of Beijing. Cygnet Committee is an attack on the left and Orwellian language in which “peace” is a disguise for forced silence, where “love” is a speech and conduct code against human freedom and liberty:

And We Know the Flag of Love is from Above
And We Can Force You to Be Free
And We Can Force You to Believe

And I close my eyes and tighten up my brain
For I once read a book in which the lovers were slain
For they knew not the words of the Free States’ refrain
It said:
“I believe in the Power of Good
I Believe in the State of Love
I Will Fight For the Right to be Right
I Will Kill for the Good of the Fight for the Right to be Right

And I open my eyes to look around
And I see a child laid slain
on the ground
As a love machine lumbers through desolation rows
Ploughing down man, woman, listening to its command
But not hearing anymore
Not hearing anymore

Just the shrieks from the old rich

For that act of truth, that honesty against his very friends, we applaud David Bowie. These days truth is an unwanted commodity.

In our last article of 2015 we wrote:

We have no doubt that 2016 will be a horrid year. We do not doubt that Barack Obama, like a wounded animal thrashing about, will continue his attempts to rip the Constitution and the fabric and future of the country.

Thus far, 2016 is utterly horrid. It’s going to get worse. Today David Bowie, still creative and powerful, departed.

Tomorrow, Barack Obama, rabid and savage, will continue his assault on the nation with a set speech before congress. It will be horrid.

The good news? It’s Obama LAST State of the Union speech. Obama will leave. It will be ugly. He won’t leave in a decent manner. There will be class warfare but no class. No decency. No honor. Just Michelle in an ugly cocktail dress and Barack spewing his hate in the name of the left.


100 thoughts on “Horrid Year: David Bowie Departs Gracefully; Toxic Obama Remains

  1. http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/01/10/white-flight-trump-holds-20-point-lead-over-hillary-among-white-working-class/

    Working-Class Hero: Trump Expands To 20-Point Lead Among White Blue-Collars Vs. Hillary Clinton

    New polling data from Reuters finds a nationwide toss-up 2016 contest between GOP frontrunner Donald Trump and Democrat frontrunner Hillary Clinton — but he’s beating her by 20 points, 46 percent to 26 percent, among white working-class voters.

    That’s up from a five-point lead in mid-December. Trump’s January lead is so huge, in fact, that Hillary just barely edges out the option “don’t know.”

    In fact, he is beating Hillary Clinton among all working-class voters, regardless of race. Trump leads Hillary by five points among all voters earning between $25,000 and $75,000.

    Just among whites, Trump gets the support of almost half of all white voters who earn between $25,000 and $75,000 a year. Among white working class voters who are married, Trump’s lead over Clinton expands to 27 points. His lead is 30 points among married, white working class voters with children.

    Married, with children, is one of the most determinative factors in predicting how someone will vote. While most political chatter is obsessed over the alleged “gender gap” that leaves Democrats with a large lead among women, the reality is that any gap in how men or women vote is determined by marriage and parenting. White women who are married, generally, vote exactly the same as white men who are married. Any perceived “gender gap” is due largely to martial status and race, with majorities of both sexes voting overwhelmingly for Republicans. Single white women and single men are more inclined to vote Democrat.

    There was a time that Democrats were the party of the working class, but those days are long behind us. [snip]

    Today’s Democrat Party is no longer held together by an alliance of people worried about income and economic-class, as it was under FDR or LBJ. Instead, the party’s diverse components are held together by compatible political goals in their mutual fights for race, sex and gender related goals. Basically, the party’s leaders have discarded the Marxist politics of poverty vs. wealth, and have embraced the quasi-Marxist politics of oppressed cultural minorities vs. cultural oppressors.

    For many years, this new politics — often summarized as “political correctness” — was confined to infuriating, but ultimately harmless, torturing of the language.

    But when Democrat politicians, however, are unable to admit publicly that America is threatened by a strain of radical Islam, for example, it becomes dangerous. When Democrats race to the microphone to condemn a police officer even before full facts about a shooting are known, it drives a real wedge between politicians and everyday people.

  2. Today I ditched and switched. I am not willing to die for Soros’ moonbat open borders ideology. He is about the last person on earth who should be deciding how people should live. He should go practice what he preaches and go get raped and killed by his immigrants.

    In 2008, the people who voted for Hillary had only half their vote counted. Let’s see if I can get a whole one for Trump.

  3. Mormaer…I see your point last thread…

    I notice I keep using the words “common sense” …even repeating them twice in the same sentence…

    but so much of what is going on is just plain “common sense”

    I can’t believe how the Dims are fighting reality…and putting us in danger and more debt at the same time…

  4. The vigilantes are out in Germany beating up muslim migrants. Reports are coming in from Sweden that this has been a problem there since last August and the authorities have been covering it up. It’s RAPE! and Hillary is silent.

  5. The Bowie video posted just before he died is really giving me the shivers. Wow. He will be missed.

    Yes, dirty Barry and his bigFoot wife will try to grab every brass ring, spend tax money like it grows on trees and land any 2017 opportunity they can before we watch a couple that has brought racism to a new low in the US, take their ugly personalities into the shadows on the way to the Land of Has Been.

    He hit his ‘peak’ and it’s all downhill from here on…whaa, whaa…

    [Enter stage right, one big black hook]

  6. Not too long ago I was talking to my guy-BFF. We were trying to figure out who best to set our life to music. He went with Keely Smith, and Sinatra. I went with Franco Corelli and David Bowie. For me, Franco Corelli was a dream come to life. Whereas David Bowie was life turned into a dream. And an enjoyable dream at that.

    I will miss him.

  7. It would do the vigilantes far more good if they started going after the elites who created this debacle. Those who urge Muslims to leave the middle east where they belong, and settle here where they do not belong–and for what? So the democrat party can win elections, disenfrancise American citizens and move us toward world government and the Orwellian tyranny that will bring. Fire for effect. Fire at the heads of the elites who orchestrated this scenario and think they are so fucking clever. If you want to string somebody up, for christsake string up the string pullers rather than the dogged victims of inexorable fate. Mrs.Smith called me today to report that an Admiral was fired for revealing a “national security threat” which was that Obama is corking off again, this time using our military paid for by taxpayers to help him locate a retirement mansion in of all places Dubai. What a fucking prick he is. She sent me the link. When I get it I will post it here.

  8. Felix_the_Infidel
    My god felix.

    I showed you what heaven looks like.

    Jane Morgan in her prime.

    And you chose David Bowie.

    You too admin.

    I give up.

  9. I showed you what heaven looks like.
    Or maybe Andrea Mitchell seen through the eyes of Greenspan.

    Oh demon rum.

  10. Very fitting tribute to Mr. Bowie who was a pioneer, innovator, great musician, and unlike Obama, a man who knew when to drop the ego and show us through music his humanity. Yes, it’s starting off to be a horrid year-Hillary sinking, the Dow sinking, Iran rising, good people dying, and Obama still intent on finishing his “transformation”.

  11. Gonzo: Mrs. Smith still has her blog at PUMAs unleashed which was her original site but was copywrited by someone else.

  12. Take any period in history.

    Any one you like.

    What kind of elites do you find?

    If you find those like we see today, that generation is doomed.

    And the next generation as well.

    If you find enlightened ones, like we say at the end of the eighteenth century.

    Then the stars will shine on that generation and the one that follows.

    I cannot stress enough the moral bankruptcy of our elites today.

    It is killing western civilization.

    The sexual harrassment endemic to muslims is spreading in this diaspora.

    And what do our elites erect as the barrier?

    Political correctness.

    And that is no barrier at all.

    Again, the brilliant insights of Richard Fernadez who sees the great forces moving this age.


    When the problem was largely (sexual harrassment) confined to Middle Eastern women it is easy to understand why it was ignored. Now that taharrush has come to Europe it is easier still. Events are being covered up because it runs counter to the Narrative peddled by the Western left. The Narrative is the source of their moral authority, the justification for their special graft.

    What makes the pathological denial so catastrophic is that a vast, almost unstoppable torrent of refugees is already on the way to Germany, the fragments of collapsing Islamic countries. Cologne is but a skirmish with the vanguard. The main host is still on its way.

    In belated mea culpa former senior adviser to president Obama Dennis Ross at last took his boss to task in an article titled: “How Obama Created a Mideast Vacuum”. It’s too late Dennis. What “too late” means was driven home years ago when one of the volunteer members of the Philippine Airlines cadaver recovery team described an accident which took the lives of 5 members of a university mountaineering club. The party was trekking along a dry riverbed on the lower slope of an 8,000 foot volcano in Mindoro. The weather was fine and the mountaineers were doomed. Unknown to them a squall had dumped a slug of rain on the peak high above them. The first warning they had of oncoming tons of water was a rumbling sound round the corner of the gorge. Then the flood came and only those fast enough to clamber up the riverbanks survived.

    In the same way the present calm in Europe can be deceiving. Even if its leaders were somehow to reconstitute its borders, a gigantic flood from that vacuum upstream of the old continent is already rushing with irresistible force upon it. The UNHCR says refugee numbers are expected to increase in 2016. Some estimates say as many as 10 million more are on the way. From the beaches of North Africa to the overcrowded camps in Jordan and Lebanon; from every nook and cranny in MENA — they are on the way. One way or the other a terrible smash is now in train.

    There remains the belief that Western leaders can still fix this problem with a little tweaking. But the time for easy action has passed. The Golden Hour in which to prevent irreversible damage has lapsed, neglected by a Washington too sure of its own fantasies to act decisively. Now the storm has broken and Merkel is downstream of a dam opened by the policy of “leading from behind”. The valve with which Obama had hoped to shut down the Islamic civil war has been turned the wrong way to full open. Worse, the wheel has broken off in his hand and he staring at the snapped spindle.

    That human tide of misery will combine with the denial which this generation of Western leaders are capable of to produce a separate catastrophe, still in the future, itself foreseeable, which can still be avoided. If only … if only… those who missed the chance the first time now wake up to act this second time.

    Yet as Friedrich Hegel once observed what history teaches is that humanity learns nothing from history. Our Tower of Babel is helpless to save itself. Ironically if Europe survives it will be on account of the ghosts: in the remnants of the culture the left has come close to killing; the providence of a God they no longer believe in; the stirrings of memory of a nation they have doomed to oblivion; the struggles of a half-remembered honor we are told to disown.

    The fact is, for West to survive, it must become something other than what our PC leaders have tried to make it. For it is written that “the stone that you builders rejected has now become the cornerstone.” It’s poetic justice to be sure but we have to accept the justice if we are to save what’s left of the poetry.

  13. Interesting on Hannity, suggesting Obama would control Hillary’s fate if FBI recommends indictment …could lead path for Biden.

  14. That human tide of misery will combine with the denial which this generation of Western leaders are capable of to produce a separate catastrophe, still in the future, itself foreseeable, which can still be avoided. If only … if only… those who missed the chance the first time now wake up to act this second time.
    Oh Richard.

    You know as well as I do, the current generation of western leaders are incapable of moving beyond the narrative that got them to where they are. They would rather see Rome burn to the ground, than face the fact that they were complicit in this disaster. This intransigence, this arrogance, this refusal to accept feedback from reality will be their undoing and ours as well. I hate to see Hillary succumb this madness but it is clear to me she has. Richard hopes they will change, but as Darrow told the judge in the monkey trial, your honor is entitled to hope. But the truth is they cannot and they will not change come hell and high water. It therefore follows that the path to salvation lies with a different cast of elites who owe their primary duty of loyalty to the American People. Suddenly, the list of potential candidates shrinks from twenty to two. And the main player–the game changer is Trump.

  15. foxy – what I said about Sanders’ name recognition – I totally agree that the Clintons have more name recognition, but I didn’t mean a comparison between Sanders and Hillary.

    I just meant New Hampshire (some states around there) will be good for Sanders, maybe because of name recognition since he lives up there, compared to how well he’ll do in all the other parts of the country.

    If I’m wrong, and the dems choose a socialist candidate, we’re really screwed! I mean, Trump will cream him, but it will be evidence that the left is brain damaged 🙁

  16. foxy – conservatives have been arguing which candidate (mainly between Trump and Cruz that I can tell) is more conservative. They’re ecstatic that Schlaffly, the conservative founder I guess, is supporting Trump.

    I think they should keep that to themselves. Trump is getting lots of independents and dems. Any feminist, middle aged or older, feels anger and their lip probably curls (mine did anyway lol) at Schlaffly’s name. Her major goal seemed to be to keep women in the kitchen. We don’t need Trump’s big tent being driven away!

  17. RIP David Bowie

    As admin tells the story of the end of his life, it sounds very classy. And it sounds like he was a strong soul. I didn’t know about him and the left. I think I always just assumed he was a drugged out hard rocker, but it sounds like there was a lot more to him.

    I probably only heard a few of his songs – but I really liked ch-ch-ch-changes. I was around, but Crocodile Rock was about as hard as I got, and I was a disco queen in college 🙂 I remember it was a big scandal when that guy from KISS stuck his tongue out and wiggled it – that just wasn’t done! lol

  18. And yes, I don’t eat dairy anymore, but when I did my favorite ice cream flavor was (French) vanilla – gotta be able to laugh at yourself 🙂

  19. I want to know the truth about if there was something wrong with Hillary’s email system – but it’s wrong they’re taking so long. The woman is running for president! They’re putting the election process on shaky ground, and that’s not fair to her or the country.

    But it’s probably more political games, they want it ongoing so depending on what happens they can pull something on her if that helps whatever electoral plans they have. I’m so tired of the elites’ scheming. By manipulating things they’re basically giving themselves a thousand votes each, compared to us having one vote each.

    Trump being elected will help a lot – but when would we ever get a rich candidate who won’t be indebted to anyone and who only wants to help the country? There are other rich people to be sure, but – I doubt they care about middle America. And then you have Kardashians and that homely Hilton daughter, that type that are narcissistic, self-absorbed Obamas but with big money.

    How will we ever right the system past Trump? 🙁

  20. Does everyone understand our angry frustration with Hillary and the brain dead excrement at Hillary2016? To us what is happening is so obvious. It is so obvious:


    Biden praises Sanders on income inequality, calls Clinton ‘relatively new’ to the fight

    Washington (CNN)Vice President Joe Biden offered effusive praise for Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders Monday, lauding Hillary Clinton’s chief rival for doing a “heck of a job” on the campaign trail and praising Sanders for offering an authentic voice on income inequality.

    And while Biden said Democrats had a slate of “great candidates” running for president, he suggested Clinton was a newcomer to issues like the growing gap between rich and poor.

    “Bernie is speaking to a yearning that is deep and real. And he has credibility on it,” Biden said during an interview with CNN chief political analyst Gloria Borger.

    “It’s relatively new for Hillary to talk about that,” Biden continued, acknowledging that Clinton has “come forward with some really thoughtful approaches to deal with the issue” of income inequality.

    “Hillary’s focus has been other things up to now, and that’s been Bernie’s — no one questions Bernie’s authenticity on those issues,” he said.

    Clinton and Sanders are locked in tight races in both Iowa and New Hampshire, which hold the nation’s first nominating contests in less than a month’s time. That’s a distant cry from the start of the race, which saw Clinton an overwhelming favorite among Democrats.

    Obama meets with Sanders privately. Biden praises Sanders as “authentic”. This happens as Iowa votes in 20 days. Knife meet back. Hillary meet reality.

  21. JBStonesFan, our latest tweet is musical and very weird (Jerry Hall to marry Murdoch!!!!!):

    Weird. Jerry Hall once with Mick Jagger – to marry Rupert Murdoch. Jagger “dated” Angie Bowie. David Bowie dead.

  22. Hannity, Trump, Bernie, Obama and Lol’ Joe…what do these men all have in common?????

    They twist themselves inside out at the thought of Hillary becoming our next President.

    Oh what a shock, a woman, that woman.

    I hope to God, Hillary kicks their ass!!!!

  23. Germany on the Brink
    Ross Douthat Ross Douthat JAN. 9, 2016 512 COMMENTS

    ON New Year’s Eve, in the shadow of Cologne’s cathedral, crowds of North African and Middle Eastern men accosted women out for the night’s festivities. They surrounded them, groped them, robbed them. Two women were reportedly raped.

    Though there were similar incidents from Hamburg to Helsinki, the authorities at first played down the assaults, lest they prove inconvenient for Angela Merkel’s policy of mass asylum for refugees.

    That delay has now cost Cologne’s police chief his job. But the German government still seems more concerned about policing restless natives — most recently through a deal with Facebook and Google to restrict anti-immigrant postings — than with policing migration. Just last week Merkel rejected a proposal to cap refugee admissions (which topped one million last year) at 200,000 in 2016.

    The underlying controversy here is not a new one. For decades conservatives on both sides of the Atlantic have warned that Europe’s generous immigration policies, often pursued in defiance of ordinary Europeans’ wishes, threaten to destabilize the continent.

    The conservatives have made important points about the difficulty of assimilation, the threat of radicalization, and the likelihood of Paris-style and Cologne-style violence in European cities.

    But they have also trafficked in more apocalyptic predictions — fears of a “Eurabia,” of mass Islamification — that were somewhat harder to credit. Until recently, Europe’s assimilation challenge looked unpleasant but not insurmountable, and the likelihood of Yugoslavian-style balkanization relatively remote.

    With the current migration, though, we’re in uncharted territory. The issue isn’t just that immigrants are arriving in the hundreds of thousands rather than the tens of thousands. It’s that a huge proportion of them are teenage and twentysomething men.

    In Sweden, for instance, which like Germany has had an open door, 71 percent of all asylum applicants in 2015 were men. Among the mostly-late-teenage category of “unaccompanied minors,” as Valerie Hudson points out in an important essay for Politico,” the ratios were even more skewed: “11.3 boys for every one girl.”

    As Hudson notes, these trends have immediate implications for civil order — young men are, well, young men; societies with skewed sex ratios tend to be unstable; and many of these men carry assumptions about women’s roles that are diametrically opposed to the values of contemporary Europe.

    But there’s also a longer term issue, beyond the need to persuade new arrivals that — to quote from a Norwegian curriculum for migrants — in Europe “to force someone into sex is not permitted.”

    When immigration proceeds at a steady but modest clip, deep change comes slowly, and there’s time for assimilation to do its work. That’s why the Muslim population in Europe has been growing only at one percentage point a decade; it’s why many of the Turkish and North African immigrants who arrived in Germany and France decades ago are reasonably Europeanized today.

    But if you add a million (or millions) of people, most of them young men, in one short period, you get a very different kind of shift.

    Continue reading the main story

    Shaw J. Dallal 9 hours ago
    “Two women were raped” in Cologne, Germany by “North African and Middle Eastern men,” writes Ross Douthat.He stresses that conservatives…
    Jake 9 hours ago
    re: teenage and 20something men accosting women, and you know, you’ve just gotta think that letting loose a bunch of men who are both…
    brien brown 1 day ago
    And I thought the Know Nothing Party was dead.Virtually every argument Mr. Douthat made would be at home among American conservatives from…
    In the German case the important number here isn’t the country’s total population, currently 82 million. It’s the twentysomething population, which was less than 10 million in 2013 (and of course already included many immigrants). In that cohort and every cohort afterward, the current influx could have a transformative effect.

    How transformative depends on whether these men eventually find a way to bring brides and families to Europe as well. In terms of immediate civil peace, family formation or unification offers promise, since men with wives and children are less likely to grope revelers or graffiti synagogues or seek the solidarity of radicalism.

    But it could also double or treble this migration’s demographic impact, pushing Germany toward a possible future in which half the under-40 population would consist of Middle Eastern and North African immigrants and their children.

    If you believe that an aging, secularized, heretofore-mostly-homogeneous society is likely to peacefully absorb a migration of that size and scale of cultural difference, then you have a bright future as a spokesman for the current German government.

    You’re also a fool. Such a transformation promises increasing polarization among natives and new arrivals alike. It threatens not just a spike in terrorism but a rebirth of 1930s-style political violence. The still-imaginary France Michel Houellebecq conjured up in his novel “Submission,” in which nativists and Islamists brawl in the streets, would have a very good chance of being realized in the German future.

    This need not happen. But prudence requires doing everything possible to prevent it. That means closing Germany’s borders to new arrivals for the time being. It means beginning an orderly deportation process for able-bodied young men. It means giving up the fond illusion that Germany’s past sins can be absolved with a reckless humanitarianism in the present.

    It means that Angela Merkel must go — so that her country, and the continent it bestrides, can avoid paying too high a price for her high-minded folly.

  24. I think they should keep that to themselves. Trump is getting lots of independents and dems. Any feminist, middle aged or older, feels anger and their lip probably curls (mine did anyway lol) at Schlaffly’s name. Her major goal seemed to be to keep women in the kitchen. We don’t need Trump’s big tent being driven away!


    Count me among the feminists who don’t care for Schlaffly. In fact, I think she’s as crazy as a road lizard and, an enemy of women and women’s rights. That said, if Trump needs evangelicals, her endorsement may help Trump garner votes from that group.

    Shadow, the conservative radio crowd – especially the demented Hannity – spend most of their program time slamming Hillary. I heard a few minutes of today (had to change stations before I started tossing my cookies. I swear Hannity must think stupidity is a good thing. He certainly displays his nonstop. Today, after running down Hillary, he declared her to be a weak candidate (because of all the scandals, you know – the scandals that the Repubs have devoted massive amounts of time and money creating.

    If she’s as “weak” a candidate as he claims, why does the dumb-ass spend so much time talking about her.

  25. The media, globalist, government spin about group grope, thievery and rape is becoming clearer. It is due to the numbers. It must be due to the numbers. IT HAS TO BE DUE TO THE NUMBERS! Otherwise everything would be hunky-dory with multi-multiculturalism. And cheap labor. If the numbers were only better. That’s the ticket! I’m sure the media and progressive fascists can befuddle enough people with numbers.

    The problem of course is that this happens in Muslim countries too. And sex crimes are about power, humiliation, psychological enjoyment more than sexual, and the perpetrators mental conditioning, seeking control and sense of cultural superiority in at least one avenue even if they are complete losers in every other quantifiable indicator.

    The Muslim world has always had excess males. Every culture with plural marriage, one husband with multiple wives and unlimited and rotating number of concubines, sex slaves, unfortunate children (boys and girls) who catch the eye, (and they die a lot which means lots of replacement) and goats has severe problems with excess males of lesser status who don’t get a girl or maybe even a goat. The plural marriage Morman sects have too many males too and take the excess male teenagers (especially the good looking ones who are more appealing to young females over old creepy religious nuts) drive them out into the boonies and dump them when the beard starts coming in. These excess Muslim males used to be used for grunt farm labor, camel caravans or cannon fodder of standing armies but now they are just pick-pockets, ISIS loons, sex pests, drug mules and addicts, torturers with little to no prospect of a wife because grandpa gets ’em all and grandpa is an iman, government official, crook or radical Muslim preacher. Grandpa suggests trying your luck in Germany to see what you can steal and if you can ejaculate on some little white Christian kids as it what Allah wants AND I don’t have to feed you. Remember this is the culture with eunuchs.

    There are several things going on. Excess male population, a failing religious/political doctrine called Islam which cannot function as intended in a 21st century world, a culture which exerts dominance through humiliation, rapine, crime, slavery and telling illiterate, excess males that they are superior and entitled to take what they want, and an ignorant, historical and culturally uneducated elite West who “wish” the world to be what they want rather than what it is. The preening globalists of Davos thought the dangerous Muslim mobs would make cheap labor and keep the natives in line with a little manageable mafia style crime and sex pest humiliation with all that pent up testosterone from Islam. A little collateral damage never gives Davos pause but massive election swings, drops in GDP, and skin head mobs do. They’re still trying with their “in the weeds” rationalizations and statistics. They are bankers after all. They even made graphs. Don’t look at your hysterical bleeding daughter. Look at the graph.

  26. What I find so unforgivable about the media, governments, and law enforcement in the EU (and the US since we have an illegal alien crime wave too) is that by covering it up, pooh-poohing it, down playing it, and rationalizing it is it does away with information which people need to make rational choices. It is the equivalent of NOAA not telling anyone, the public, shipping companies, etc that a hurricane is coming because they don’t want to offend the hurricane. If the public is not going to be advised of threats what the fuck are we paying them for? And who else is paying them to rig it?

  27. Wbb, you made me snort coffee. Not a great way to wake up in the morning.

    I do love Jane Morgan though I suspect I don’t have her as high up on my favorites list as you do. Her version of “I’ll Be Seeing You,” is my all time favorite.

    The point was during my conversation I thought if my life were a montage of film clips it would best be set to Franco and David. If you stop to think about, and consider my predilections, Franco, David and I (segun las malas lenguas) all share something in common.

    PS Andrea and Greenspan indeed.

  28. admin
    January 12, 2016 at 12:06 am
    I saw the interview on CNN last night. They pulled every trick in the book to make him look both sympathetic and relevant. Even I was fooled for about 5 minutes. It dawned on me he and the interviewer were all friends. The questions were friendly and intimate. The questions regarding Hillary and Bernie were (in my mind) were predetermined and the answers and tones rehearsed.

    I cannot imagine anyone will end up picking between Hillary and Bernie based on the opinion of an old, drunk fool. But the fact they are trying to swing anyone Bernie’s way is quite telling.

  29. Regarding Hillary2016, the new ad stating she is the only one that can stop the Republicans from bombing IS/Daesh is the most moronic thing I have ever seen/heard.

    Other than Code Pink and Farakahn, who in their right mind wants to prevent the bombing of IS/Daesh?

    Whose vote is Hillary2016 going for?

    Same topic different moronic act. Lena Dunham takes over Hillary2016 instagram? Lena Dunham makes the “feminist” case? Lena Dunham brings millennial cred??? LENA DUNHAM???

  30. http://time.com/4166539/hillary-clinton-woman-governing-campaigning/ dated Jan. 7, 2016
    Time magazine writer/interviewer Jay Newtons Small: “Any particular foreign leader whose executive stewardship you admire and might want to emulate as president?”

    Hillary Clinton: “Well, I have to say that I highly admire Angela Merkel. I’ve known Angela since the 1990s, she and I actually appeared on a German TV show together. I have spent personal time with her. She is, I think, a really effective strong leader and really right now the major leader in Europe, not just in Germany. I admire her political skills and her principles, her strong work ethic. I just find her to be an incredibly important person in the world today and I look to her to see how she’s managed it.”

    Me: WTF?

  31. “Über-trendy nightclub, natty attire, a box of Gitanes”

    Was Grace in attendance? Studio 54?

    Please, DO TELL.

  32. I don’t presume to have Admin’s knowledge or political acumen but I have been right in many of my choices over the last decade. I was against the Iraq invasion when most supported it. I was against Rubio as a choice for VP in 2012…I disliked him then. …I despise him now. I also thought Paul Ryan was a poor choice. I thought Hilary should not have gone to work for the Fraud and should have stayed in the Senate and fought for our country.
    I thought she should have fought at the convention for the nomination.
    BTW. My vote in 2008 in the primary for a Clinton delegate WAS NEVER COUNTED! NOT EVEN HALF A VOTE. Hillary gave my vote away.
    Now I think there is a strong possibility that Bloomberg will run in 2016 if Hillary is derailed either by the voters or by legal actions. Bloomberg is the only viable alternative to Trump nationally. Both are exceptionally bright, hard working successful businessmen who know how to manage and lead. My problem with Bloomberg is his total embrace of open borders and amnesty etc.
    One of the most important thing that either of these men would do as POTUS is put the best and brightest in positions of power. That is certainly one of the keys to Trump’s success. Our Town just had their reorganization as the new term began. They gave paid positions NOT to the best people but to those they owed political favors. That is why our country is ruled by mediocrity. Bloomberg was a good Mayor in NYC. Just one example, he cut the euthanasia rate in the city animal control by more than half JUST by putting someone caring and competent in charge.
    I believe that if Trump gets the nomination, he will look outside of politics for a partner, possible successor to run with.

  33. Felix_the_Infidel
    January 12, 2016 at 7:38 am
    Yes. She was beautiful and talented. But styles change and beauty is a fleeting thing. My dad used to say that, when he compared the stars of yesterday and what’s left of them now.

    Keats took on this problem too. He admired the timeless beauty of a Grecian urn.

    I cannot tarry over such mortal illusions. I reserve my admiration for such timeless things as herpes, the political class, Obama/ISIS—to the extent there is any difference. And oh yes, there is Merkel who was joined at birth with Quasimodo. A terrible beauty is born.

  34. But what happened to Merkel? Several years ago she said that multiculturalism does not work, and it seemed to me that she was the first public figure to do so. Then – this mess. Why did she change?

  35. totally disgusted
    January 12, 2016 at 10:34 am
    I don’t presume to have Admin’s knowledge or political acumen but I have been right in many of my choices over the last decade. I was against the Iraq invasion when most supported it. I was against Rubio as a choice for VP in 2012…I disliked him then. …I despise him now. I also thought Paul Ryan was a poor choice. I thought Hilary should not have gone to work for the Fraud and should have stayed in the Senate and fought for our country.
    Your political track record reminds me of the 1927 Yankees.

    But since we are talking about Bloomberg, he is does not translate well beyond the five burroughs. The positions you mention would be box office poison in any election. Besides, he looks like Jimmine Cricket, a disability that neither time nor money can erase.

  36. freespirit
    January 12, 2016 at 3:22 am

    Hey Free, that’s exactly why I stopped listening or watching FoxNews since right after 2012. I knew Hillary would be their rag doll if she ran again.

    I gather all the news I get from the internets…compare and contrast from different sources.

    Foxnews is rabbit against Hillary, no surprise it seems to land on Big Pink so often.

  37. “Natty attire”, I had no idea what this was. I imagined and old sweater with lots of fur balls.

    Nope, stylish men’s clothing…mainly.

  38. Shadow, Fox would be against any dem candidate that appeared to be a threat, and of course, Hillary, as she has been around a while. Just as MSNBC is going to be strongly against any republican candidate.

    With all due respect, I’m not sure you’re looking around all that much if you think negative factual information about Hillary is only on Fox. Are they biased? Yes. Are they talking about some genuine problems Hillary has? Yes. Laying the blame on Fox for Hillary’s problems – it’s kind of like shooting the messenger I think.

  39. totally disgusted
    January 12, 2016 at 10:34 am
    ../ My problem with Bloomberg is his total embrace of open borders and amnesty etc

    And he is a gun grabber. Not gun control but total confiscation. That is a no go in most of the country. He contributed to a bunch of gun control candidates and they all lost…BIG. This is more rich guy envy and butt hurt over Trump. His friends will talk him down. Hopefully.

  40. Shadow, you are exactly right. Although Hillary has other problems, FOX News is and always has been very rabid about going after Bill and Hillary Clinton. But then so has MSNBC in previous years but FOX is the big winner in the Clinton Derangement Syndrome category. Some on FOX…Hannity, O’Reilly among others made their bones as pundits years ago by viciously going after anything Clinton while turning a blind eye on what other politicians were doing at the time.
    FOX still loves them some Bush. From time to time Britt Hume does one of these I LOVE YOU shows about Daddy Bush and Dana Perino is and has been totally in love with Bush Jr.

    FOX is not to blame for all Hillary’s problems in this election season but they do their fair share in their “fair and balanced” way to bring her down both openly and subtly. They did all they could to put negative spins on anything she did as Sec. of State…Hillary not BO. They started beating the drums against her when it became evident she would probably run for president again. Then the drum beat against Hillary became deafening. But then they go after Cruz and Trump also but no where near as rabidly Hillary. If you are a candidate and want FOX’s and Roger Aisles approval you have to be an “approved” ESTABLISHMENT RINO Republican. Looks like little Marco fits the bill right now since JEB! seems to have stumbled?

  41. Jerry has moved from super rich (Jagger worth about 400 million) to billionaire rich (Paula Allen 17.4 ) and slightly downward with Murdoch at 12.4 billion…Bowie and Jagger were close friends.

  42. besides the obvious reasons of voter anger against the establishment candidates and a voter fatigue with the usual party choices, Clinton vs Bush…Trump has emerged on the strength of his personality and the positions he is taking…

    Trump is in a league of his own…just as there will always only be one Bill Clinton…

    like him or not, there will never be another Trump…while i am not comparing these men so hold your horses on that one…I am saying that they are both unique forces of nature on their own…human, not perfect but forces of nature…

    …and the both have the “common touch” – the gift from the Gods when it comes to connecting with people…

    there is always the chance that hubris will do each of them in as they fly to close to the flame…but both have/had enormous personal power to do “big” things…

    some of us have said here that we believe Trump is actually an independent…my belief is that he will take the best from both parties and find a consensus to solve our problems…he will be the polar opposite of O…he is a businessman and problem solver at heart, not an idealogue…and the fact that he really has no allegiance to any far right or far left chains…and his own money…makes him so unique at this extremely important time in our history…

    he can see both sides and is not duty bound to only one party line…that is why he says things like he will save social security and not cut it (by increasing jobs), not a popular republican position…that he will end and repeal Ocare but he will make sure everyone has access to healthcare and will not leave those that need help without it…again, not a typical repub position…

    in some ways i think of it as having a mediator come in for four years to straighten out a failing country and putting sensible policies in place to stop the bleeding…and cutting out alot of the BS posturing from both parties…

    a totally new direction…not the same old, same old that we will get with an O3 or the same old repub establishment routine…

    Hillary could have come out roaring with her own force of nature but she chooses to emulate O and take his positions further…just yesterday/today she spoke out against the deportations O is doing and wanting more legal counsel for all the young people that poured into our country illegally…she has not said one word on behalf of all the women who are being attacked and raped…she is tone deaf…

  43. Tony Stark, the geniuses at Hillary2016 are absolutely surprised, gobsmacked, stunned:


    Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Tuesday received the endorsement of MoveOn.org, a grassroots organization that has been at the forefront of liberal causes.

    MoveOn says the Vermont senator was supported by 78.6 percent of its membership in an online vote of more than 340,000 members. Hillary Clinton received 14.6 percent and Martin O’Malley received 0.9 percent with the remaining members urging no endorsement.

    “MoveOn members are feeling the Bern,” said Ilya Sheyman, executive director of MoveOn.org Political Action. “We will mobilize aggressively to add our collective people power to the growing movement behind the Sanders campaign, starting with a focus on voter turnout in Iowa and New Hampshire

    The endorsement was widely expected. MoveOn encouraged Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run for president but when she declined last year many of its supporters got behind Sanders’ campaign.

    Hillary, looking for love in all the wrong places.

  44. This law professor at the Washington Post just torpedoed Ted Cruz:

    Ted Cruz is not eligible to be president

    Mary Brigid McManamon is a constitutional law professor at Widener University’s Delaware Law School.

    Donald Trump is actually right about something: Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) is not a natural-born citizen and therefore is not eligible to be president or vice president of the United States.

    The Constitution provides that “No person except a natural born citizen . . . shall be eligible to the office of President.” The concept of “natural born” comes from the common law, and it is that law the Supreme Court has said we must turn to for the concept’s definition. On this subject, the common law is clear and unambiguous. The 18th-century English jurist William Blackstone, the preeminent authority on it, declared natural-born citizens are “such as are born within the dominions of the crown of England,” while aliens are “such as are born out of it.” The key to this division is the assumption of allegiance to one’s country of birth. The Americans who drafted the Constitution adopted this principle for the United States. James Madison, known as the “father of the Constitution,” stated, “It is an established maxim that birth is a criterion of allegiance. [And] place is the most certain criterion; it is what applies in the United States.”

    Cruz is, of course, a U.S. citizen. As he was born in Canada, he is not natural born. His mother, however, is an American, and Congress has provided by statute for the naturalization of children born abroad to citizens. Because of the senator’s parentage, he did not have to follow the lengthy naturalization process that aliens without American parents must undergo. Instead, Cruz was naturalized at birth. This provision has not always been available. For example, there were several decades in the 19th century when children of Americans born abroad were not given automatic naturalization.

    Article I of the Constitution grants Congress the power to naturalize an alien. That is, Congress may remove an alien’s legal disabilities, such as not being allowed to vote. But Article II of the Constitution expressly adopts the legal status of the natural-born citizen and requires that a president possess that status. However we feel about allowing naturalized immigrants to reach for the stars, the Constitution must be amended before one of them can attain the office of president. Congress simply does not have the power to convert someone born outside the United States into a natural-born citizen. [snip]

    In this election cycle, numerous pundits have declared that Cruz is eligible to be president. They rely on a supposed consensus among legal experts. This notion appears to emanate largely from a recent comment in the Harvard Law Review Forum by former solicitors general Neal Katyal and Paul Clement. In trying to put the question of who is a natural-born citizen to rest, however, the authors misunderstand, misapply and ignore the relevant law.

    First, although Katyal and Clement correctly declare that the Supreme Court has recognized that the common law is useful to explain constitutional terms, they ignore that law. Instead, they rely on three radical 18th-century British statutes. While it is understandable for a layperson to make such a mistake, it is unforgivable for two lawyers of such experience to equate the common law with statutory law. The common law was unequivocal: Natural-born subjects had to be born in English territory. The then-new statutes were a revolutionary departure from that law.

    Second, the authors appropriately ask the question whether the Constitution includes the common-law definition or the statutory approach. But they fail to examine any U.S. sources for the answer. Instead, Katyal and Clement refer to the brand-new British statutes as part of a “longstanding tradition” and conclude that the framers followed that law because they “would have been intimately familiar with these statutes.” But when one reviews all the relevant American writings of the early period, including congressional debates, well-respected treatises and Supreme Court precedent, it becomes clear that the common-law definition was accepted in the United States, not the newfangled British statutory approach.

    Third, Katyal and Clement put much weight on the first U.S. naturalization statute, enacted in 1790. Because it contains the phrase “natural born,” they infer that such citizens must include children born abroad to American parents. The first Congress, however, had no such intent. The debates on the matter reveal that the congressmen were aware that such children were not citizens and had to be naturalized; hence, Congress enacted a statute to provide for them. Moreover, that statute did not say the children were natural born, but only that they should “be considered as” such. Finally, as soon as Madison, then a member of Congress, was assigned to redraft the statute in 1795, he deleted the phrase “natural born,” and it has never reappeared in a naturalization statute.

    When discussing the meaning of a constitutional term, it is important to go beyond secondary sources and look to the law itself. And on this issue, the law is clear: The framers of the Constitution required the president of the United States to be born in the United States.

    Trump will quote this during Thursday’s debate and Iowa voters will at the very least wonder if Trump is right and Cruz is ineligible.

  45. Admin
    Ted Cruz is not eligible to be president

    Mary Brigid McManamon is a constitutional law professor at Widener University’s Delaware Law School.

    …and I believe that this is why Obama’s birth certificate that was posted online was altered in PhotoShop, and why Hawaii refused, yes refused to show it to the public.

    Leading one to wonder if he was born in Hawaii or outside of the US in the first place.

  46. Mormaer

    January 12, 2016 at 9:56 am

    Me: WTF?

    You and all but the roughly 20% of the pop which comprises the loony left, and they hate her anyway. Really dumb.

  47. An attack from weakness also signals desperation. The attacks against Sanders should have come months ago and certainly not from the point of view of defending ObamaCare:


    Clinton rips into Sanders as her Iowa lead vanishes

    AMES, Iowa – With her lead in the Democratic presidential race in Iowa effectively vanished, Hillary Clinton tore into insurgent rival Bernie Sanders here Tuesday over a litany of issues from health care to gun control.

    Clinton charged that Sanders’s policy proposals were unrealistic, that the Vermont senator would raise taxes on middle-class families and that he could not be trusted to fight special interests and protect President Obama’s achievements, including his signature health-care law.

    On health care, she argued that Sanders’s “Medicare-for-all” plan would jeopardize the Affordable Care Act and effectively turn over health coverage programs to the states, many of them led by Republican governors.

    “If that’s the kind of ‘revolution’ he’s talking about, I’m worried, folks,” Clinton said, a reference to Sanders’s call for “a political revolution.”

    Clinton’s speech to a few hundred supporters on the campus of Iowa State University was striking in its sharp tone and the breadth of her attacks against Sanders. Her intensified assault came as a new Quinnipiac poll Tuesday showed Sanders overtaking her in Iowa, 49 percent to 44 percent.

    Clinton accepted the endorsement here of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and used the occasion to tear into Sanders for his 2005 Senate vote that gave immunity to gun manufacturers. That bill was a major priority for the National Rifle Association.

    Clinton mocked Sanders for claiming that he was voting in line with the interests of his rural state with a deep hunting tradition.

    “He says, ‘Well, I’m from Vermont,’” Clinton said. “Pat Leahy, the other senator from Vermont, voted against immunity for the gun lobby. So, no, that’s not an explanation.”

    Sanders has vowed to break up the big banks, but Clinton asserted here that she has stood up to special interests throughout her career, including on Wall Street. She said she went after derivatives and corporate executive compensation, and that she helped influence the Dodd-Frank financial regulation bill, which passed after she left the Senate to become secretary of state.

    “Don’t talk to me about standing up to corporate interests and big powers,” Clinton said. “I’ve got the scars to show for it, and I’m proud of every single one of them.”

    Speaking more broadly about the challenges of the presidency, Clinton said she was the only candidate prepared to do all the duties of the office. She spoke movingly about her role in the White House Situation Room during the Osama bin Laden raid, calling it “one of the most tense days of my life.”

    Without mentioning Sanders by name, Clinton implicitly suggested he was naïve to think he would be able to implement his ideas, especially with a Republican-controlled Congress.

    “This is hard work,” she said. “I wish we could have a Democratic president who could wave a magic wand and say, ‘We shall do this, and we shall do that.’ That ain’t the real world we’re living in!”

    Clinton appeared to relish laying into Sanders. “We’re getting into that period before the caucus that I kind of call the ‘Let’s get real period,’” she said. “Everybody’s been out there, lots of good energy, I love it. I love the spirited debate on our side.”

    In recent days, Clinton has been highlighting her perceived electability, something her campaign is trumpeting in a television advertisement airing here. Pointing to her longevity in the public eye, she suggested that she was the only Democratic candidate who could withstand the Republican attacks in a general election.

    “You’ve got to know what you stand for, you’ve got to be able to defend it, and you have to withstand the barrage of attacks that will come against our Democratic nominee,” she said. “I am still standing.”

    We hate to be critical about everything Hillary2016 does. But… they don’t know how to do anything right. Defend ObamaCare? Push gun control?

    The “naive” attack and the “magic wand” attack are 2008 retreads.






    A stunning new Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that one of the United States Navy’s top commanders was relieved of his command a few hours ago after he sent out an “email/posting” revealing that President Barack Obama was in the process of purchasing a multi-million dollar seaside luxury villa in the United Arab Emirates city (UAE) of Dubai.

    According to this report, the Commander of the US Navy’s Carrier Strike Group 15, Rear Admiral Rick Williams, posted a “pointed” query on 8 January [since deleted] to the US Naval Institute’s “Readiness Kill Chain” “recipients/responders” list as to why Navy security and intelligence personal had been dispatched from Naval Support Facility Thurmont (aka Camp David) to Dubai on what he termed an “Obama house hunting mission”.

    Rear Admiral Rick Williams

    Within 18 hours of Admiral Williams posting this query, this report continues, the US Navy’s Third Fleet Commander, Vice Admiral Nora Tyson, acting on direct orders from her Commander-In-Chief, President Barack Obama, fired Admiral Williams stating her action was “due to a loss of confidence in his ability to command” because of “allegations of his misuse of government computer equipment”.

    When further questioned by Russian Today journalists via email to provide more details about Admiral Williams firing, this report notes, the Pentagon failed to reply—but then began releasing “anonymous” stories to the US press that Admiral Williams had been viewing pornography on his computer.

    To such an absurd claim that Admiral Williams (or any US Navy officer or seaman in fact) could view pornography on their computers, SVR analysts in this report note, is an impossibility due to the US Navy/Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI), which not only blocks such sites, but also requires each single user to log in with their own unique password and username and whose records are meticulously kept and reviewed on a daily basis (thanks to Edward Snowden)—and which one would logically think one of the highest ranking officers in the US Navy would surely be aware of.

    As to the “Obama house hunting mission” Admiral Williams was making his query about before being fired, this report continues, SVR intelligence “assests” in the UAE identified it as being a luxury seaside villa located in the Palm Jumeirah development of Dubai being offered for sale at the price of $4.9 million (18 million United Arab Emirates Dirham), and which a deposit on it was made this past week by the Washington D.C. based global public affairs company Podesta Group.

    Luxury seaside mansion in Dubai purchased this week for President Obama

    Important to note about the Podesta Group, this report notes, is that its leader is Tony Podesta, who aside from being one of the most powerful oligarchs in the US, is a close personal friend of President Obama too.

    Equally important to note about the Podesta Group’s purchasing of this Dubai luxury seaside mansion for President Obama, this report says, is that is being legally represented in this purchase by the equally powerful Washington D.C. based global law firm DLA Piper—both of whom have long been identified as being the nexus power brokers behind Saudi Arabia’s massive multi-million dollar “PR machine” operating behind the scenes corrupting the entire United States political establishment.

    To if Saudi Arabia itself is behind the purchase of this luxury seaside villa in Dubai for President Obama this report doesn’t state—but to the cost of it being to high after it cost the job of one of America’s top Naval Commanders is beyond dispute. via Beforeitsnew

  49. blowme0bama
    January 12, 2016 at 3:36 pm
    Good place for him. Wish he’d spent the last 8 years there.


    Where did the Oblama’s get all that money while he was on the golf course goofing off for the past 7 years?

    Yup, take advantage, anyway they can.

  50. Thing about David Bowie was for such a creative genius, he didn’t fall for the need for the endless adulation.He was secure in his knowledge of himself and appeared very satisfied with who he was, and what he had accomplish. He was so “normal” in so many ways, but at the same time a timeless genius..
    He will be so very much missed.

  51. You betcha. Frankly, his security needs to consist of CIA agents. That SoB will be dangerous out of office. Next Pres needs to have a department tail everything he does.

  52. Lu4PUMA, Obama will say this shows how close and friendly American-Iran relations are. Those wonderful Iranians hosting American sailors. So sweet.

  53. Hey, don’t worry about all those raped women, it was just a game.

    January 12, 2016
    German police admit rape gangs are an Arab game called ‘Taharrush’
    By Thomas Lifson

    They’re not celebrating diversity in Germany quite as enthusiastically as Frau Merkel might prefer.

    The Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA), the main investigative authority in Germany, said in a response to Welt newspaper it knows sexual harassment of women in public is widespread in Arab countries, and that this is exactly what happened on New Year’s Eve in Cologne. Collective harassment is translated as “taharrush gamea” (حرش جماعي).

    “Such crimes are committed by groups of young men… mostly when there are large gatherings of people, such as demonstrations. They range from sexual harassment to rape,” the BKA told Welt.

    Charming. Where are the feminist groups on President Obama’s plans to bring young male Arabs and their charming customs from Syria to this country?

    Here is what the game looks like when practiced in Egypt:

    Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/01/german_police_admit_rape_gangs_are_an_arab_game_called_taharrush.html#ixzz3x4YiBdza
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  54. I would not be surprised if O left Hillary in legal jeopardy, Bernie picks Warren for VP and O and Joe Biden campaign for them…all the while Hillary praises O almost every other sentence…

    makes my blood boil

  55. I recall adm. talking about a “secret” candidate and I also felt somehow Obama would derail Hillary as I posted a few months ago…Needless to say she is making it quite easy on her own. When I see her spokes person on CNN, I can’t believe how poorly she comes off. What happened to Carville? Begala is good bit tied up on CNN..even that guy on Fox Shoen is better defending her.

  56. Still no comment from Hillary on the rapes of the women in Cologne Germany. Also, has anyone seen if she posted any “sympathy” to the Police Officer shot by the terrorist?

  57. You will perhaps forgive me for not tuning in on the putative state of the union speech which will be riddled with lies, distortions and sermonizing, followed by days of cunnilingus from the scions of big media. When this asshole leaves office, those assholes should follow him out the door. Even if I had nothing to do, I still would have no time for them, and I question the sanity of anyone who gives this prick and his amen corner the time of day.

  58. I am going to skip it as well as this will be his “legacy” State Of the Union and I anticipate many standing ovations….

  59. Watching the SOTU would endanger my TV. How many times do you think Odopey is going to stutter, “Uah”? He can go up to 2 per minute in a sustained manner. Who is going to watch him in full flight from reality?

  60. I try to comfort myself with the thought that, if Hillary had been elected in 2008, and we had had decent administration of the country for the last 7 years, Ofuctard would be on the rise and running for the office. I guess it just takes what it takes.

  61. Lu4PUMA January 12, 2016 at 5:31 pm
    Iran has seized 10 American Sailors. Will Ofuctard address this as part the State of the Nation?
    I’ve been told CNN says he will not.

    Might be fun to watch after all 🙂

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