Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Oprah XXX

I've mentioned this before, but these leftist fools still won't stop talking about civil war:
This week [California Governor Jerry Brown] has been using Civil War metaphors at his public events to describe the deep divisions in California, and the entire country for that matter, preaching with the passion of a born-again that the country is dangerously polarized.

“We are at a point of civil discord, and I would not minimize the risk to our country and to our state. It is not trivial. I’ve been around a long time, I’m a student of history, I’m a student of contemporary politics. We are facing what I would call a ‘regime crisis.’ The legitimacy of our very democratic institutions are in question,” he said.
No word from Moonbeam on who's pushing us there, though I have my suspicions:
Only a fool would think that the sick out that closed down Madison schools for five days in February was anything but an illegal, union-coordinated, illegal strike.

But there are a lot of fools in Madison, aren’t there?

Now there is proof that the sickout was a premeditated, union-authorized job action  -- a phone tree of teachers calling other teachers to close down the schools. This kind of activity is prohibited by the union’s own contract and illegal in WI Statute Chapter 111.84(2)(e)


Everything liberals do is a confused act to control something - and they'll stop at nothing - here's Glenn Reynolds:
More and more, it seems like parental malpractice to let your kids go to public schools, where they seem to be viewed as state property, and guinea pigs for social experimentation.
And it ain't conservatives doing it, that's for sure.

Yesterday I asked what will happen when California goes under - and said I don't know - but one guy has been thinking about what will happen if the nation goes under, and it ain't pretty, kids:
3) Your life could be in danger. If the government goes bankrupt, you’ll have an extremely angry, confused, and frustrated populace that has little faith in its leaders — combined with a horrific economy and a reduced ability of the government to keep order. Under those circumstances, widespread rioting and violent crime seem entirely plausible.
The fact Americans are even thinking this way means we'd better get this country in order or else. And we're certainly not going to get there listening to liberals, that's for sure. Here's another Lesson For The Day:

When you find yourself in trouble and you're stuck in a situation...

Not everyone who shows up is there to help you!!!!