Obama’s second inauguration speech consisted largely of platitudes and meaningless double talk to pad out the red meat moonbattery, but even some of his most seemingly nonsensical duckspeak will inspire authoritarians and chill the hearts of Americans.Â For example,
“Preserving our individual freedoms ultimately requires collective action.”
If that means anything, it doesn’t mean anything good â€” especially coming from a guy who has made obvious his extreme hostility to our most fundamental individual liberties: the rights to life, to acquire property, and to defend ourselves. Â Â Jarring Gibberish— Moonbattery
The Muslims can rejoice: they got their
man boy in the white house:
What interests? Against whom besides Israel will Egypt use these fighter jets?
“Egypt to Receive F-16s: State Department refuses to delay delivery to Muslim Brotherhood-run Egypt,” by Adam Kredo for theÂ Washington Free Beacon, January 22 (thanks to JW)
Morsi was recently criticized for calling Jews the “descendants of apes and pigs.”Â Observers on Capitol Hill said that it is dangerous to arm an unstable Islamist regime.
One senior GOP aide familiar with the deal said he is ”incredulous that a country that doesn’t have peace and stability within itself is playing ‘an important role in regional peace and stability’ as this letter claims.”
“The threat of tyranny is no less than at the turn of the century in 1900, in 1800, or in 1700.”
A military veteran delivered a passionate defense of the Second Amendment at a Chicago-area anti-gun “forum” Sunday, saying he went to war to protect all Americans’ inalienable rights â€” including the right to bear arms. He also argued the threat of “tyranny” is still just as real as it was in the past.–To read the full transcript,Â click here.
Obama Catches Reid Stealing Inaugural PenÂ (how typical for that little rat)
Totally off the rails:
Limbaugh Mocks ‘Fawning’ Media’s Love of Obama During Inauguration â€” With a Special Rant Against Conservatives ‘Jumping Ship: Â “You and I who are conservatives, we’re becoming more and more marginalized and isolated on a little island here…” Â ReadÂ MoreÂ Â»