Archive for March, 2013

Deja Poo

Posted in Humor, Politics on March 22nd, 2013

They say that familiarity breeds contempt. While this certainly true of Obama, he also engenders other feeling in the citizenry of America.

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Deja Poo
The Feeling That You’d Heard This Crap Before

That’s Obama for you. The boy loves to talk and to campaign but all of his jabbering just blends together after a while into some strange and annoying background noise that closely resembles the sounds of a sick man loosening his bowels on the toilet.

This is in many ways less of a case of familiarity than it is a case of Ann Dunham and Barack Sr. breeding something into existence that was and is utterly contemptible. 😉

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The Worst President in History: The Legacy of Barack Obama
Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things
Obama: An Intimate Portrait
Hugs from Obama: A Photographic Look Back at the Warmth and Wisdom of President Barack Obama
Healing Through Humor: Fabulous Jokes From the Happy Hunters

Rush Is Sadly Wrong

Posted in Politics on March 21st, 2013

Dr. Ben CarsonRush Limbaugh thinks, or wants us to believe that he does so, that Dr. Ben Carson is the next best hope for the GOP and Conservatism in America.

Ole Rushbo really likes Dr. Carson and thinks that he’d be a great choice as a Presidential candidate in 2016, one that the Liberals,Progressives, and their Lamestream Media would fear and be unable to sandbag as they have so many others.

He certainly makes a strong case for Dr. Carson to fully enter the American political arena.

Conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh on Tuesday said Dr. Ben Carson has the entire Democratic Party “scared to death” for several reasons.

“He is able to articulate and explain conservatism in a way that is persuasive, without raising his voice at all,” Limbaugh said. It sounds like your dad talking to you, not your dad, your best buddy talking to you.”

Should Carson ever decide to run for office, like his supporters want him to, the left would have a very hard time demonizing him, Limbaugh explained.

“Partially because of his race, but not just because he’s African-American,” he added. “You can say he’s all these horrible things, then you hear him, see him and listen to him and it doesn’t click.”

Rush is sadly wrong – very, very wrong. Oh, he’s right enough that Dr. Carson as a Presidential candidate would scare the Leftists in America to death. He’s just utterly wrong about them having very hard time demonizing him.

Dr. Carson is, by race, Black but he’s very much not part of the “Black Community.” The Left does not tolerate such runaways and, when like Dr. Carson they leave the plantation, the Left would swiftly send their slave takers aka the MSM to bring the man down. Nor would they find it difficult to locate some Black woman to make allegations of some form of misconduct at some point in his past in order to do so. After all, they’ve done it plenty of times in the past.

No, neither the Left nor the “Black Community” would ever tolerate an American Black as POTUS, especially immediately following Obama. The jabbering cries of, “Race Traitor,” “Sell Out,” “Uncle Tom,” and “Oreo” would resound unto the heavens and the MSM would gleefully play this up while simultaneously finding or manufacturing some “dirt” to destroy Dr. Carson with.

Rush is simply and horribly wrong because he has underestimated the depravity of America’s domestic enemies and grossly overestimated their basic humanity.

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Racism without Racists: Color-Blind Racism and the Persistence of Racial Inequality in America
Revel for The Struggle for Democracy, 2016 Election Edition -- Access Card (12th Edition)
Melodious and Progressive Studies for Flute, Book 1
Defying the Odds: The 2016 Elections and American Politics
Dog Whistle Politics: How Coded Racial Appeals Have Reinvented Racism and Wrecked the Middle Class

Morrighu’s Foretelling

Posted in Religion, Society on March 19th, 2013

raven-pentacle-bronzeAt the end of Cath Maighe Tuireadh, also called the Cath Dédenach Maige Tuireadh, Morrighu made this dire prophecy known to all those who had defeated the Formor, lest they grow arrogant and complacent in their victory and in the belief that their victory would bring evil to its knees for all time.

Such is Her way – to always remind all that victory, joy, and peace are fleeting things.

Her words that She sang to the Tuatha Dé Danann, such as they have reached us in these latter days:

I shall not see a world that will be dear to me.
Summer without flowers,
Kine will be without milk,
Women without modesty,
Men without valor,
Captures without a king.

[gap: extent: approx. 6 words]

Woods without mast,
Sea without produce,

[gap: extent: approx. 40 words]

Wrong judgments of old men,
False precedents of brehons,
Every man a betrayer,
Every boy a reaver.
Son will enter his father’s bed,
Father will enter his son’s bed,
Everyone will be his brother’s brother-in-law.

[gap: extent: 8 words]

An evil time!
Son will deceive his father,
Daughter will deceive her mother.

Many scholars think of this as being an eschatological prophecy but I’m not convinced of such. She makes no specific mention of the ending of the world or, even, alludes to it, just the ending of all that worth anything in the world and in the races of Man.

Does it not seem that Morrighu’s foretelling was accurate and that we are in, or fast approaching, the times that She prophesied? This world that I see around is more and more becoming less dear to me and much else that She sang of has come to pass or is coming to pass even now.

Related Reading:

Eschatology: Death and Eternal Life
Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft (Llewellyn's Practical Magick)
Sasquatch and the Muckleshoot (The Unicorn Rescue Society)
Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner
The Oxford Handbook of Eschatology (Oxford Handbooks)