It’s been a while, hasn’t it? I logged into WordPress and discovered that I had started a muster roll on February 2nd that I never actually posted. Due to the amount of reading I’ve been doing lately, ’tis time to add to the roll, and put it out there. To those of you who read my blog via the Facebook feed, the latter links in the list will be familiar to you, as I’ve already posted them on there.
Confused Americans for Truth – Economics and the God Complex
“In other words, Obama believes the way to fix the problem of fewer gazelle is to breed more lions. This is not just stupid, it’s Illinois stupid. … Calling it change isn’t better government, it’s just better marketing.” I’m lovin’ the gazelle/lion analogy. 😉
Do Your Part for the Economy: Have Fewer Kids, Abort If Necessary
“Now, in theory this money would only go towards ‘family planning,’ ie, contraceptions, not abortions. However, we have to remember that for many people, abortion is a contraception. The clearest example of this is the belief that just because you wipe out a human embryo in the first couple of days after conception, you haven’t actually aborted the child. … Someone put the matter in troubling terms on the news today. They said, “Well, if it succeeds and the measure improves the economy, I guess we’ll know they were right.” … This is like evaluating Hitler’s programs based on their effectiveness. Effectiveness doesn’t matter a lick to whether or not its right.”
Understanding Obama: The Making of a Fuehrer
I posted this as a note on Facebook, and then realized that only my “friends” can see it. It needs to be read by far more people than are linked to my profile. It’s an article written by Ali Sina, “the author of Understanding Muhammad: A Psychobiography of Allah’s Prophet and the founder of Faith Freedom International, the movement of ex-Muslims created to eliminate hate through knowledge and foster amity among all mankind.” Basically, making the case that Obama is a pathological narcissist. To quote: “Not surprisingly, Adolph Hitler also wrote his own autobiography when he was still nobody. So did Stalin. For a narcissist no subject is as important as his own self. Why would he waste his precious time and genius writing about insignificant things when he can write about such an august being as himself?”
Also, “”Vaknin writes: “Narcissists use anything they can lay their hands on in the pursuit of narcissistic supply. If God, creed, church, faith, and institutionalized religion can provide them with narcissistic supply, they will become devout. They will abandon religion if it can’t.”
Therefore, the question whether Obama is a Muslim or a Christian, whether he is pro Palestine, as he has been all his life or whether he is pro Israel, whether he is a black supremacist or an agent of racial harmony, are moot. Obama is anything you want him to be and situation dictates. He takes the side that is more expedient to his cause. To communists he is a comrade, to Islamists he is their man, to Palestinian fighters he is their hope and to the Jews he is a staunch Zionist. The narcissist’s creed is himself. Everything else is negotiable.
The best description of Obama comes from himself. “I serve as a blank screen,” he wrote in The Audacity of Hope, “on which people of vastly different political stripes project their own views.” This is the key to Obama’s personality. He will do and say anything as long as it suits him. He will embrace any cause, will align himself with anyone, and will shift his position wherever the wind blows. Narcissists are chameleons.”
Lengthy, but worth the read in my opinion.
Radio chips coming soon to your driver’s license?
“Privacy advocates are issuing warnings about a new radio chip plan that ultimately could provide electronic identification for every adult in the U.S. and allow agents to compile attendance lists at anti-government rallies simply by walking through the assembly.” Mm-yep. That could be fun. It’s especially fun when you pair it with the link below…
So much for human rights: Obama appoints Tienanmen apologist chair of NIC
“When ACLU members voted for Barack Obama — as, I assume, most did — I wonder if they were expecting him to appoint as Chair of the National Intelligence Council a man with very close ties to the Saudi royal family who wrote, in 2006, that the Chinese government’s brutal massacre of protesters in Tiananmen Square was a “not an example of rash action,” but a “monument to overly cautious behavior”? … “The truly unforgivable mistake of the Chinese authorities,” he wrote there in 2006, “was the failure to intervene on a timely basis to nip the demonstrations in the bud.” … Indeed, continued Mr. Freeman, “I do not believe it is acceptable for any country to allow the heart of its national capital to be occupied by dissidents intent on disrupting the normal functions of government, however appealing to foreigners their propaganda may be.” Okay, folks, on three.. a rousing cheer.. Yay!
(Note the display of tongue-in-cheek giddiness. *cough*)
And to end off, I’d like to leave you with a quote. Hat tip to
Mental Multivitamin, as I came across it in one of her entries, and found it to be quite fitting:
“Subterfuge is wasted on fools — I must remember this in the future.” – Celia Fremlin, The Hours before Dawn