Goatbusters

26 05 2009

UK’s Telegraph has a story about unintended consequences:

After the eight turbines were installed in the notoriously windy Penghu archipelago in the Taiwan Strait, a neighbouring farmer reported that his goats had started dying, Council of Agriculture inspection official Lu Ming-tseng said.

If the dead goats were drenched in petroleum or radiated by a nuke plant, you’d surely hear about it.  So click the link to see how liberalism is killing cute kids like this.

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Tree-Hating NYT Could Buy Each Subscriber A “Kindle” And Profit Within Six Months

10 02 2009

I’ve never seen a newspaper tell us how many trees they cut down and how many metric tons of carbon dioxide could have been scrumptiously enjoyed by said trees, had they not been murdered so liberals could read propaganda in paper form.

Silicon Alley Insider explains:

Not that it’s anything we think the New York Times Company should do, but we thought it was worth pointing out that it costs the Times about twice as much money to print and deliver the newspaper over a year as it would cost to send each of its subscribers a brand new Amazon Kindle instead.

If you don’t know what a Kindle is, you really should check this out and watch the embedded vids. I was amazed when I peeped it and you will be too!

Here’s a few shots to give you an idea.

kindlebookshelf1The Kindle has 16 shades of gray on its special screen which reduces eye strain and diminishes glare.

kindlesunAnd even though you can browse hundreds of thousands of books and periodicals for days on end with its special battery, it’s as thin as a magazine.

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The math behind the New York Times wasteful, anti-motherearth methods can be found here.





Obama Energy Sec: Destruction Of California’s Cities Imminent

4 02 2009

We’ve talked about Obama’s Berserkley University nutburgler, Steven Chu before.

Apparently liberals only think it’s fearmongering when pols say cities will disappear from military attacks rather than global warming cooling climate change.

LAtimes reported:

“I don’t think the American public has gripped in its gut what could happen,” he said. “We’re looking at a scenario where there’s no more agriculture in California.” And, he added, “I don’t actually see how they can keep their cities going” either.

I hope all Americans have adequate health coverage by then or we’re all gonna die!





Liberals Change DC’s Mall Into Nuclear Winterland

22 01 2009

Seriously?  A liberal would say that I’m a Republican trying to expedite the rapture, and I know that conservatives may be a bit depressed, but doesn’t that kinda look like the apocalypse?

I watched millions 800,000 inauguration revelers celebrate and say a classy good-bye to Bush.  I listened to MSNBC’s “journalists” say that “everyone who wanted a flag for the first and last time in their lives got one.”

Then, with the conviction that Leonardo DiCaprio has for our great planet and all the equal nations on it, I wondered where these flags would end up.

Would the Republicans end up recycling them, like they did after 80,000 flags were wasted at the DNC?

Would the flags be properly disposed of?

Would the liberals take their flags to the next antiwar rally to be burned?

Or would fake patriot, fake eco-warrior liberals, simply leave them for someone else to clean up as long as it was the government or a corporation?

Either way, an evil rich person is funding the clean-up, and that’s the least they could do after 8 years of ease and favor.

How’s that new era of hope and responsibility going?





Constitution Shredder Bush Exits Without Coup And Crackers Didn’t Riot Of The Day

20 01 2009

Wow.

America is an amazing place and this was an amazing day.

Obama isn’t the black candidate I had in mind to do this, but he means something very special to the black community and he will forever be treasured.

That’s pretty cool.

The speech was pretty much what I expected.  Maybe a little rougher on Bush than I would have liked.  And Politico is reporting the new White House site slams Bush.

That’s looking backwards if you ask me.

A few excerpts from the inaugural speech that I didn’t exactly appreciate:

“On this day, we gather because we have chosen hope over fear, unity of purpose over conflict and discord…

We will restore science to its rightful place…

As for our common defense, we reject as false the choice between our safety and our ideals

Know that America is a friend of each nation and every man, woman, and child who seeks a future of peace and dignity, and that we are ready to lead once more.

Recall that earlier generations faced down fascism and communism not just with missiles and tanks, but with sturdy alliances and enduring convictions. They understood that our power alone cannot protect us, nor does it entitle us to do as we please. Instead, they knew that our power grows through its prudent use; our security emanates from the justness of our cause, the force of our example, the tempering qualities of humility and restraint.

We are the keepers of this legacy. Guided by these principles once more...

On the flip, thanks to Obama for a few conservative talking points in his speech.  He didn’t have to do that.

In spite of directly following a fear-mongering global warming point, this was my favorite:

We will not apologize for our way of life, nor will we waver in its defense, and for those who seek to advance their aims by inducing terror and slaughtering innocents, we say to you now that our spirit is stronger and cannot be broken; you cannot outlast us, and we will defeat you.

No thanks to the classless liberals who booed Bush/Cheney and chanted the “Nah Nah Nah Nah Goodbye” song on this day where Republicans and Democrats stood united.

Also, big loud boos to the Rev. Wright-like speech that Rev. Lowery gave.

“We ask you to help us work for that day when black will not be asked to give back, when brown can stick around, when yellow will be mellow, when the red man can get ahead, man, and when white will embrace what is right.

Ugh. When will that stop?

And, I was going to say something like this, but David Horowitz sets the bar so:

How should conservatives think about these events?

First we have to recognize and then understand that whatever happens in the Obama presidency, this Inauguration Day is a watershed moment in the history of America and a remarkable event in the history of nations, and thus a cause for all of us who love this country, conservative and liberal, Democrat and Republican, to celebrate.

Second, in order to do this as conservatives — as conservatives who have been through the culture wars — we need to get past the mixed feelings we will inevitably have as the nation marks its progress in moving away from the racial divisions and divisiveness of the past. These feelings come not from resistance to the change, but from the knowledge that this celebration should have taken place decades ago and that its delay was not least because our opponents saw political advantage in playing the race card against us and making us its slandered targets.

If we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday at a time of presidential inaugurals, this is thanks to Ronald Reagan who created the holiday, and not to the Democratic Congress of the Carter years, which rejected it. If Americans now have accepted an African American to lead their country in war and peace that is in part because an hysterically maligned Republican made two African Americans his secretaries of state. And if, after the passage of the Civil Rights Acts, race has continued to be a divisive factor in our politics over the last 40 years that is because the generation of Sharpton and Jackson and their liberal supporters have made it so.





Liberalism Or Children’s Thinking Part II

19 01 2009

Back by popular demand, a follow-up to a previous post!

Are 10yr old kids as wise as Ivy League professors and New York Times writers or is it the other way around?

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Once again from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, proof that you can’t tell where liberalism starts:

The following were written by fifth-graders at Pittsburgh Liberty.

Dear President-elect Barack Obama,

I just want to give you advice on what you should do for America. What you should do is to try to find a way to stop the war in Iraq. Many people from America that got who were sent to Iraq are dying, and most of their loved ones start to cry, and I hate to see people cry from that. But the good thing is that the people who went to war want to fight for our country. So, Barack Obama, if you do it, it may protect people and our country and it will give America good peace.

Sincerely,
Elexa Hanner

Dear President-elect Barack Obama,

Something you can do to help our country is do more recycling. You could put more recycling bins everywhere. We can still have garbage cans but not as many. California and other states that do recycling do way more recycling than Pennsylvania does. I hope when you read this, President-elect Barack Obama, you will do it. Also, do other things to help the environment and the country. Thank you.

Madison Novak

Dear President-elect Barack Obama,

Have you ever been out and said, “What is that smell?” It could be cigarettes. That is second-hand smoking. I think that smoking should be against the law. Here is what might happen if smoking was illegal.

The positives of no smoking are: You will be healthy, you will live longer, you will look better and there will be cleaner air. The negatives are: It is hard to quit and you can’t get the tar out.

There should be no smoking because it is bad for kids and there is not much we can do but a lot you can do.

Sincerely,
Brianna Watson

*Little Brianna might know, Obama is powerless over cigarette addiction, if the media had told her parents.

Dear President-elect Barack Obama,

When you become president, I think you should push to help the environment and push to lower health-care costs. If you push to help the environment then the world be a nicer place for everybody. It would be good to stop global warming or slow it down a lot.

You should give money to science groups that are trying to discover ways to stop global warming. You should encourage people to plant a tree or other plants on Arbor Day. You should reinforce the law that companies can’t drop their chemical waste into the ocean. The animals that live in the ocean will live longer.

I think you should push to lower health- care costs because everybody needs health care to live. People won’t become bankrupt because they paid their medical bill. People won’t be afraid to go to the doctor’s office because they are saving their money for something they think is more important.

Zachary Lardas, age 10

Dear President-elect Barack Obama,

I am so happy you won the election. You are going to be a great president. The way you could help our country is by ending the war because citizens are getting killed and not having enough time to spend with friends, family, and to have fun.

You could also make the gas prices lower. U.S. citizens are not going to pay for the gas because they won’t have enough money. When they can’t afford gas, they won’t be able to visit different locations. But if they want to visit by plane, or train, both will be crowded, and planes cost a lot of money, too. Anyway, hope you have a great time in the White House.

Sincerely,
Peyton Skinker, age 11

Dear President-elect Barack Obama,

The changes I would like to see once President Barack Obama takes office are changes in health care, where everyone would be covered by a good health plan. Next would be the economy, where companies would be able to create more jobs, making goods affordable for everyone. I would also like to see Mr. Obama end the war in Iraq and bring the troops home.

The money that is spent on the war can be used in our economy by making loans to businesses and homeowners. We could drill for our own oil instead of buying from foreign countries.

Chaz C. Charles, age 10

Dear President-elect Barack Obama,

To be a great president and change the world, you should spend more of your time on gas prices, recycling, our world, homes and apartments for homeless people, and taxes.

First, you can lower gas prices because our parents are already paying water bills, cable bills, and electricity bills. I think everyone has noticed prices going down, but prices should be near $1.45 a gallon. The gas stations seem to get more money back when they lower their prices because more people come.

Secondly, when the recycling trucks come and the workers take the recyclables, it should go to the economy and some of the workers should take it to one of the shops where they give you money in return for the recyclables. This way, you help the Earth and you get money.

Third, you should help the Earth on more days than its birthday. You should have one day every month that you do something like plant a tree, water gardens in your community, pull weeds, harvest food and give it to homeless people.

Speaking of homeless people, they need a center where they can sleep, eat, communicate and get a good education. If you were a homeless person who sleeps at a bus stop, you would be cold, hungry and afraid. At the center there should be a doctor who gives checkups.

These are tips that can help you become a great president. I think you will be a good president because of what you said during the election against Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Everything you said then counts as a promise.

From your No. 1 fan,
John Karl Council, age 10

Dear President-elect Barack Obama,

My name is Eddie Hanif Bey, and I am a fifth-grade student at Liberty Elementary School. My middle name means true believer. And I believe in you. I just turned 11 on Nov. 21. I was so excited when the teacher told me about this wonderful opportunity to tell you about myself and to ask you some questions about how you will help rebuild our country even though I know you will be a great president.

I was born in Pittsburgh and am the youngest of five children. I have four sisters and I am the only boy; I guess you know how that feels. My parents have put my first two sisters through college and my third sister is at Edinboro University in Pennsylvania. My fourth sister is in high school, where my mom works. I run track and like to compete. I am sure you know about competition, even though you and McCain weren’t even close.

I watch the news and really like your first commitment to our country. I look forward to hearing from you, maybe with the Lord’s blessings. I think you have completed a great accomplishment, being our first president of color.

I really think that you can change this country for the best. You will be the best president of our time, so take your time and make things right because you have eight years.

I don’t have a dog, but I would like to, so tell Sasha and Malia not to tease. My dad is a great role model for me, and you put the icing on the cake.

P.S. See you in the White House.

Sincerely yours,
Eddie Hanif Bey, age 11

Dear President-elect Barack Obama:

Congratulations on becoming the president!

In my opinion, to help our country, we should do more reusing and recycling of products instead of always buying new things. When we reuse and recycle, someone could find another valuable use for the product.

When you get your daughters their dog, you should adopt it from a shelter. That gives a dog a second chance and a new life. The dog wouldn’t just have a nice home but lots of care from a family. It could also help to inspire other people in our country to adopt a dog from a shelter. Also, please get your dog spayed or neutered.

We should do more to protect our environment from damage to air, water and land. We shouldn’t throw any fuels or trash in the water. If someone does damage to the environment, they should help clean it up.

And could we please just worry about our own country? We should end the war and stop violence. We should promote peace and give peace a chance. If we do these things, we could have a better country.

Thank you for reading my letter.

P.S. My cousin, Kiely. would like to be the nanny for your daughters.

— Olivia Rautio, age 11, Liberty Elementary

Dear President-elect Barack Obama:

Global warming is a huge problem. But there are ways you could prevent it. One way is to make electric cars more available because they don’t use much gasoline. If they are more available than cars that need more gasoline, then that might help stop global warming. Another way that might help prevent global warming is not using cars at all. You could encourage people to use bicycles or walk instead.

Another problem is pollution, which is one of the causes of global warming. There are also ways to prevent pollution. One way is to put more garbage cans around cities, neighborhoods and other places where there are lots of people. This way people won’t put their garbage on the ground. You should make a law that everyone should have to recycle or they will be punished. I hope you will consider my ideas.

— Nell Hendricks, age 10, Liberty Elementary






Breaking News: Obama’s Climate Czarina Suddenly Disappears!

16 01 2009

Disappears from socialist websites, as Gateway Pundit painstakingly details:

“Well what do you know?

The Marxisant radical and president elect picked a raging socialist to head his global warming/junk science position.

Carol M. Browner was listed as one of the leaders of the Commission for a Sustainable World Society which is an international anti-American, anti-West socialist organization:

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She was listed as one of the members of the commission…

Until they scrubbed her from the website.

There’s no need getting everyone all upset over a raging eco-socialist in charge of US policy.

The Washington Times reported, via Drudge:
Until last week, Carol M. Browner, President-elect Barack Obama’s pick as global warming czar, was listed as one of 14 leaders of a socialist group’s Commission for a Sustainable World Society, which calls for “global governance” and says rich countries must shrink their economies to address climate change.

ANTI-PROGRESS PROGRESSIVES as they’re called here at OutOfTheBlu. Back to Gateway’s stuff.

By Thursday, Mrs. Browner’s name and biography had been removed from Socialist International’s Web page, though a photo of her speaking June 30 to the group’s congress in Greece was still available.

Socialist International, an umbrella group for many of the world’s social democratic political parties such as Britain’s Labor Party, says it supports socialism and is harshly critical of U.S. policies…

Mrs. Browner ran the Environmental Protection Agency under President Clinton. Until she was tapped for the Obama administration, she was on the board of directors for the National Audubon Society, the League of Conservation Voters, the Center for American Progress and former Vice President Al Gore’s Alliance for Climate Protection.

Her name has been removed from the Gore organization’s Web site list of directors, and the Audubon Society issued a press release about her departure from that organization.  Browner is also a member of Al Gore’s junk science group The Alliance for Climate Protection:

Although, she’s now been scrubbed from that webpage, too.

UPDATE: Commission for a Sustainable World Society website didn’t scrub everything in time:

They forgot about this article.”

Rightwingnews.com’s Van Helsing posted more about the travesty.

“Obama’s choice for Global Warming Czarina is an actual Marxist, but that doesn’t mean she’s above making a buck off the global warming hoax, which she will soon be in a position to prop up with all the force and stolen riches of our monstrously bloated federal government.

Browner is a board member of APX, a leading carbon offset trading company.”

So it’s another example of liberal websharking, exploding on the scene in the era of Obama.  Where censorship is used to hide devastating information about liberals who are adorned by the masses, as “good government guys.”  Not only that, but Browner stands to invent and enforce policy based on liberal junk science, which is designed to consolidate power and eviscerate capitalism, while also growing her own bank accounts; and there you have it.