Archive for June, 2012

class war, jihad, and a loaded hookah

Posted in economy, Islam, Israel, news and politics, obama on June 25, 2012 by Word-Drum

With the coming to power of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, our great leader Hussein will smoke the hookah tonight in celebration.

Our only hope for peace is not with his crack and Lenin inspired dreams, but in the chance of an all out Sunni verses Shite war.

This gulf between Muslims though deep, still can be overcome by the genocidal hatred of Jews. It’s nice to see that adversaries can come together for a common purpose.

The Arab Spring has sprung. Soon there will be no embarrassing meetings with Israeli leaders for our forward thinking President. And he can give all his attention to destroying America.

While the Left always talk about targeting the rich, Obama is rich and he gets his most meaningful support from rich liberals. But Marxists really have their sites set on what they call the Bourgeoisie. We call them the Middle-Class. Destroy them and you destroy Capitalism. That is their goal. Not jobs or the environment – no matter what his advertising says.

What’s he going to say?: “Vote for me and I’ll come down on every business owner and corporation that does not contribute to us.” “We’ll make the Mafia look like pikers.”

Poor Marxists would not mind that kind of straight forward talk. But they don’t count. They know Obama is President Get Even.

Rich and poor alike on the Left, know who he is. They will all get paid off if he wins with free stuff and fat government contracts. And for many, the cruel twisted desire to hurt millions of Americans who have worked hard and made it in a merit based system. The latter being the driving force of the Left, to inflict pain at all costs.

Many must suffer for achieving anything without Obama, and the State.

Communists leaders like Obama turned very violent in the 20th century. Crazy dreamers who come to power and resort to mass murder because they have no answers or solutions.

Nice Guy Obama isn’t so nice when you question him. His books were lies just like his campaign. If you think he isn’t capable of that, and this kind of thinking is outside the mainstream of American politics, you are an Obama Zombie.

If I have not described you in my characterization of the Left, maybe you should not vote for him again. To paraphrase the hippy generation: What if there was a Class War and a Jihad, and nobody showed up!?

slow down there with your fife and drum

Posted in conservatives, liberals with tags , , on June 20, 2012 by Word-Drum

This is another report from the front in the war we call politics. I want to share my mistakes as a warning to passionate conservatives.

After countless fruitless battles with Liberals, which usually come back to hurt me, I try to avoid politics. But sometimes…Liberals Happen.

My guitar tech started going off on me about Global Warming. He could not believe that I questioned the whole premise. I moved too quickly and said: “Is it caused by Republicans?”

First I asked the more straight forward question: “So what do we do about it?” Playing along with the Collectivist Liberals and their “We” talk.

But even though I did not work for the guy, he had my guitars in his hands. So I backed off.

After all he had tried to fix my acoustic. He said it was just a cheap guitar made in China and it couldn’t be repaired. It carried the Washburn label and was a nice guitar for a few years. But it wasn’t a real Washburn. If I can ever replace it, I will buy one made in America.

So jumping to conclusions too fast, and conservative counter-culture, in the form of a joke, just freaks libs out. Unless you are in a position of power, don’t do it.

Most liberals have a Third-World mentality.

Like my neighbor who proudly proclaimed: “Both sides are thugs.”

It was the wrong tactic to tell him:

“It sounds like we’re living in the Third-World.” and “Do we need a dictator to tell us what to do?”

Let them be, there’s nothing you can say that will clear their minds. They will never listen to, or read conservatives.

If you don’t make funny faces and berate Republicans, it isn’t humor to Liberals.

I know many Tea Party Patriots are pissed. They are good and decent folks. They should have other things to think about.

Because many of them are the salt of the earth, they will fight on. What they fight for is real as opposed to the other side.

I still have not found the key that unlocks the soul of the political opposition. Though we all see that their ranks are breaking.

My Liberal Landlord said he might vote for Romney.

The poet in me sees a dark cloud rising over our blessed country.

When Barry loses, how will he react? What great plague will he bring down?

Will we return to the Detroit of my childhood – on fire along with a hundred other cities?

That’s great, a perfect time for an invasion, or an EMP attack.

Let cooler heads prevail. And why is it always the Black neighborhoods that burn?

They all have Democratic leadership.

Maybe that’s the problem for the Black Man. I know it’s a problem for all of us who are not part of the Machine.

The Liberals have had their fun, with their Super Majorities and Stalinist legislation (Obamacare). They suck, and the mess has to be cleaned up before it’s too late.

And if he wins, the chaos in the minds of Liberals will also spill into the streets. It won’t be pretty, but it might be fun for a while.

When the smoke clears, it might not be a fife a drum marching on, but the same spirit and rhythm of a free people, living in a free republic, will be there.

drumming around

Posted in economy, news and politics, word-drum on June 6, 2012 by Word-Drum

So many of you have called and written asking why I’m not blogging anymore. Maybe ‘blogging’ sounds like something disgusting? No, I mean yes, but it’s just a word, and words are only symbols.

Soon the posts will flow dear readers. You will learn of the good works and kind heart of Mitt Romney, and more about the bastard commie Hussein: El Presidente.

For my American readers: March on to victory in the Fall. Yesterday’s win in Wisconsin is a good sign that we won’t go over the cliff.

And I can find a gig… in my own country.