Thursday, April 14, 2011

Bernie Madoff (For A Long, Long Time) And We Ought To Get The Rest Of These Guys As Well

This evil bag of NewAge wind is Shirley MacLaine.

She's an actress, a cult leader, a U.F.O. nut, a fraud and a liar, has been known to drink her own urine, and she recently announced she slept with three guys in one day.

This pathetic specimen of a human being is Rajendra Pachauri.

As the head of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) he too is a cult leader, a fraud and a liar, has been known to drink his own Kool-Aid of Global Warming Hysteria, and wrote a pornographic novel about "an aging environmentalist and engineer engaged in a 'spiritual journey' that includes meeting Shirley MacLaine, detailed explorations of the Kama Sutra, and group sex."

Are you thinking what I'm thinking? No - besides the multiple-partnered "love connection" these two could have:

Isn't it wild how much fraud our normal everyday lives are subjected to, almost without mention, and with no one paying a price?

Fraud, fraud, fraud, fraud, fraud, fraud, fraud, fraud, fraud. How many trillions of dollars of our money, and how many laws to hem us in, have we been subjected to because of fraud? And yet nobody's calling for anybody to go to jail, or even pay a fine, or anything else.

I think it's un-American.

I don't know if you guys read James Taranto of The Wall Street Journal but, if you don't, you should because he's one of us - without ring-around-the-collar and all.

Though he writes like a college kid, he thinks like a guy who got his G.E.D. and got out (which is what he is) so he doesn't do all those convoluted stunts other columnists try, attempting to sound smart while constantly missing the point. No, Taranto almost always gets it. Here he is on Obama's speech yesterday:
Obama said he was going to start "by being honest about what's causing our deficit." It's hard to cut spending: "You see, most Americans tend to dislike government spending in the abstract, but like the stuff that it buys." It's hard to raise taxes: "My finely honed political instincts tell me that almost nobody believes they should be paying higher taxes." And politicians are selling voters a bill of goods when they "feed the impression that solving the problem is just a matter of eliminating waste and abuse."

What's needed, he claimed, is "a serious plan" that will "require tough choices." He then outlined a four-step "approach"--it wasn't detailed enough to achieve planhood--that showed his promise of honesty to be an utter fraud.
Fraud again. And do you see how Taranto got to it? Good old fashioned clear thinking. Critical thinking. Horse sense:

Obama said he was going to be honest.

Obama said we need a "plan".

But then Obama didn't give us a plan, he switched up and gave us an "approach" instead.

So, in fact, Obama wasn't being honest.

And that's the fraud. See? It's easy.

Taranto then does the same thing with Al "release my chakra" Gore and Rajendra Pachauri's U.N. Global Warming hysteria - pay attention now, all you liberal scientists:
Australian blogger Gavin Atkins notes that "in 2005, the United Nations Environment Programme predicted that climate change would create 50 million climate refugees by 2010",...

Yet in 2010, mankind was so distracted by the elections, Wikileaks, the Haitian earthquake and the Chilean miners that 50 million climate refugees somehow escaped our notice. Oh, also they failed to materialize.
"They failed to materialize." So they committed a fraud. Fraud's a crime, kids, and I've said (along with others) that, for this one, there ought to be a Nuremberg-type trial for those who were perpetrating it - on such a massive scale - on the rest of us. They've taken our time, they've taken trillions of dollars of our money, they've wasted and diverted our resources, and scared our children (and, of course, our precious liberals) half to death. And I still think they should be made to pay.

But - considering they're all a bunch of NewAge perverts - I guess I won't mind now if they share a cell.

So, you know, Shirley and Rajendra can finally get to "know each other" better.


  1. Uh ... was there a point to all this drivel?

  2. Thanks so much for your article, very effective piece of writing.