It looks like word has reached Earth First hippies about Apple polluting the air by burning trees in North Carolina to make room for an inefficient solar energy boondoggle:
On a tip from Henry.
Or is it the moonbat conception of manhood? Chastity “Chaz” Bono is the state of the art regarding the sexual side of liberal social engineering. Just as Barack Hussein Obama promised to do to America, she has been fundamentally transformed.
Chaz comments on her Dancing With the Stars appearance:
It feels like I’ve been dancing forever on this show. You’re keeping the schedule of a professional athlete, but you don’t have the years of training.
Warning: what has been seen cannot be unseen. Without further ado, I bring you Ms. Chaz Bono, in top athletic form:
Time to knock off with the Frankenstein experiments and go back to the concept of girls being girls and boys being boys.
Thank Bob Roberts for this.
The 2012 election must already be fixed. Otherwise, how could the Obama Regime be so brazen in its contempt for us as to spend piles of our money on copies of Obama’s pre-accomplishment memoirs?
The State Department has bought more than $70,000 worth of books authored by President Obama, sending out copies as Christmas gratuities and stocking “key libraries” around the world with “Dreams From My Father” more than a decade after its release.
The U.S. Embassy in Egypt, for instance, spent $28,636 in August 2009 for copies of Mr. Obama’s best-selling 1995 memoir. Six weeks earlier, the embassy had placed another order for the same book for more than $9,000, federal purchasing records show.
About the same time, halfway around the world, the U.S. Embassy in South Korea had the same idea and spent more than $6,000 for copies of “Dreams From My Father.”
That’s not all:
The U.S. Embassy in Indonesia spent more than $4,800 in September 2009 for copies of “Dreams From My Father” and “The Audacity of Hope,” though the title of the latter book is spelled “Authority of Hope” in the federal spending database. The embassy spent $3,885 for additional Indonesian copies of “The Audacity of Hope,” records show.
The U.S. Embassy in Turkey spent more than $3,700 in December 2009 for what purchasing records describe as “Copies of Barack Obama’s book in Turkish.”
In March, the U.S. Embassy in Paris spent more than $8,300 for French language copies of “Dreams From My Father.”
The Community Organizer in Chief is of course collecting royalties on this waste of dead trees.
Mr. Obama has earned far more writing books than he has earned holding government office. He reported from $1 million to $5 million in royalties in 2010 for “Dreams From My Father,” and between $100,001 and $1 million in royalties for “The Audacity of Hope.”
I wonder what the cut is for ghost-writing unrepentant communist terrorist Bill Ayers.
No competent politician would insult the public by allowing such an obvious conflict of interest.
Hopefully few people actually read the books we’re paying to distribute across the globe. In Dreams From My Father, Obama brags about his heavy use of illegal drugs and fantasizes about expunging the white blood from his veins. How the world must despise us for electing this punk.
On a tip from Dave H.
Liberals twisted themselves into contortions trying to find anything racist about the Tea Party. Failing, they resorted to name-calling and lies. The left-wing losers at MSNBC became so desperate as to crop footage of an armed Tea Partier to hide his black skin and portray it as evidence that blacks would soon be shot.
Finding racism among the Occupy creepazoids is a less challenging task:
Great news for the polar bears. Apple Inc. is setting up a 170-acre solar panel farm in Maiden, North Carolina, no doubt with lavish government support. It’s not such great news for those living in the area; the burning of trees to make room for the panels has filled their homes with smoke:
Zelda Vosburgh said the inside of her house smells like smoke, and her dogs haven’t wanted to go outside anymore. A neighbor on the backside of Apple’s property said smoke and ash drift up there, and being outside for just a minute is enough for the smell to cling to you, making it difficult to breathe.
Why are they complaining? Don’t they care about the environment?
On a tip from Viking04.
Entrepreneurs have found opportunity amid the glut of well-heeled moonbats besieged by neurotic eco-guilt:
They will run your errands by bicycle, recommend a spa that gives vegan manicures or buy organic clothes for you and your dog. They will even book you a dream vacation and buy the appropriate carbon offsets.
Green living is just so much easier when you have your own personal environmental concierge.
“The problem with going green is that people think it takes so much work, so much effort, so much conscious decision-making,” said Letitia Burrell, president of Eco-Concierge NYC, a year-old business in Manhattan that tries to make it easy for people to rid their homes of toxins, hire sustainable-cuisine chefs and find organic dry cleaners.
Memberships range from $175 a month to $3,500 a year, depending on the level of service. Or you can opt for à la carte service at $25 to $50 an hour.
Fools and their money are not difficult to separate. The only problem is, they elect politicians who use coercion to separate other people from their money too.
On a tip from AC.
An “informational” letter — copies of which were left on a table when Occupy Phoenix infested Cesar Chavez Park — calls for murdering law enforcement officers. A few lowlights:
When Should You Shoot A Cop? …
Even when people can recognize tyranny and oppression, they still usually talk about “working within the system”-the same system that is responsible for the tyranny and oppression. People want to believe that “the system” will, sooner or later, provide justice. The last thing they want to consider is that they should “illegally” resist-that if they want to achieve justice, they must become “criminals” and “terrorists,” which is what anyone who resists “legal” justice is automatically labeled. But history shows all too well that those who fight for freedom and justice almost always do so “illegally” – i.e., without the permission of the ruling class. …
If a cop decides to treat you like livestock, whether he does it “legally” or not, you will usually have only two options: submit, or kill the cop. …
Basic logic dictates that you either have an obligation to LET “law enforcers” have their way with you, or you have the right to STOP them from doing so, which will almost always require killing them.
The Arizona Counter-Terrorism Information Center has put out a memo (PDF) alerting law enforcement officers to this threat to their safety.
This will be another memo DHS Top Bureauweenie Janet Napolitano doesn’t get; she has already determined that the terror threat in this country comes not from moonbats or even Muslims, but from veterans, conservatives, and others far more likely to identify with the Tea Party than its polar opposite, Occupy Wall Street.
On tips from Ghost of FA Hayak and Wilberforce.
Moore may not be part of the 99%, but at least we can count on him to devour 99% of the cheese fries — unless Michelle Obama gets at them first. An exclusive photo from Zuccotti Park:
Compliments of Aaron S. Tip from J.
House members of the Energy and Commerce Committee bickered about the definition of dust in a hearing about a Republican bill to stop overreaching Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations.
Democrats at the hearing on the Farm Dust Regulation Act of 2011 (HR 1633), sponsored by Rep. Kristi Noem (R.-S.D.), fired a number of vicious shots at the bill, calling it merely a red herring. They claimed that the EPA doesn’t regulate dust at all, and that the wording of the bill was intended to strip the EPA’s power to regulate other destructive particulates, such as soot from urban factories.
Totalitarian moonbats Henry Waxman (D-CA) and Edward Markey (D-MA) sneered at the idea that the EPA would ever regulate dust. Markey even cracked a lame joke about regulating pixie dust — which of course Democrats would never do, because it plays a key role in their energy policy.
Meanwhile, back in reality, over 100 agricultural groups support this effort to rein in the EPA. As Rep. Noem explains,
“Under current law, the EPA’s standards include all types of dust, including dust generated from agricultural activities and the dust that is typical of rural areas. This type of dust is naturally occurring and includes soil, windblown dust, and dust coming from dirt roads. I call it farm dust.
“Farmers and ranchers that are already subject to the standard for dust in ‘nonattainment’ areas like Arizona know its impact on businesses. In Arizona, it can cost some producers over $1,000 per day to comply with dust standards.”
The effects, as with literally everything inflicted on us by Demorrhoids: higher prices and higher unemployment.
On a tip from Dan Feely.