Archive for October, 2009
As am I sure you have noticed there has been no new content posted in quite some time here at the Uncanned Response. You have my apologies. Unfortunately, my site was blocked at work due to a possibly malicious site that shares my host server. This has prevented me from being able to post the high quality articles that you are all used to – and deserve. I easily could have taken 15 minutes while at home (as that seems to be all of the time that I have when I’m home) to slop something up… but you all deserve and rightfully expect better.
The good news is that I have now gotten my site unblocked and am able to once again supply you all with your regular dosage of the uncanned, unfiltered, and unapologetic conservatism that you need to help you get through the troubling times in our country – as our president, congress and left-wing media attempt to shove this republic into a liberal oligarchy.
You have my humble apologies for the technical troubles and lack of new articles.
It’s all over the news this morning. The Man-Child president, The One, has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize only nine months after taking his oath of office. It is important to also note that he would have had to have been nominated after having only been in office for less than two weeks. Can anyone else smell the politicization here? What could the Man-Child have accomplished in such a short period of time to merit the Nobel Peace Prize, aside from distributing mass quantities of Obama Kool-Aide and Hopium to the punch drunk, clueless, and gullible masses? The simple answer is absolutely nothing. Read the rest of this entry »
It is interesting – if not surprising – that in the wake of General McChrystal’s public declaration that more troops and supplies were needed in Afghanistan to ensure the success of our mission, the talking heads and empty suits who occupy the president’s inner circle of advisers have sharply admonished General McChrystal for doing so.
Bad enough it makes the president look bad – we can’t have that – but worse, it puts public pressure on his administration to take action – and by action I don’t mean giving speeches or campaigning in Copenhagen. Read the rest of this entry »
Left wing columnist extraordinaire Paul Krugman’s recent opinion piece for the ever famous liberal rag, The New York Times, entitled “The Politics of Spite” is another myopic and tunnel-visioned article not fit for the toilet paper that the infamous Grey Lady is printed on. In it, Krugman predictably targets Republicans as nothing more than spiteful children and seeks to convince the gullible masses – that still actually read the NY Slimes – that Republicans are the only unreasonable and cut throat party in D.C. It is only natural that an ignorant left wing ideologue conflates Conservatives with Republicans and refuses to acknowledge the vitriolic bile and unadulterated hatred that the left hurls at its opponents. Read the rest of this entry »