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Feb 23 2013

It’s Good to Be King

Joe Dan Gorman of Intellectual Froglegs documents our decline into a second-rate banana republic, demonstrating how Barack Hussein out-Husseined Saddam Hussein:

The money quote:

“When you’ve go one side that follows the rules and one side that does not, guess who wins?”

The media’s job is to ensure that both sides play fair. But in our country the establishment media constitutes one of the sides; the Obama regime represents the oligarchical collectivists who run it.

7 Responses to “It’s Good to Be King”

  1. White_Polluter says:

    Nicely done, Mr. Gorman. Excellent choice of tunes, and I loved the Ivan Drago bit. You are making a repeat listener out of me.

  2. Flu-Bird says:


  3. Ahhh yes… I like my froglegs ‘moonbattered’…..

    Thanks Guys!! Thanks Dave!

  4. Fiberal says:

    Why is she walking the streets after admitting to committing a felony?

    Guess the skin color.

    Next to support for the second amendment and an individual’s right to defend themselves, comes the vote.

    It is the ONLY power that Americans have in order to maintain a Constitutional Republic.

    Don’t even ask where the ACLU, watchdog of the Constitution, or the Republicans (signed away the right to defend the vote in 1982)–both hypocritical racist hack organization– might be, rather ask where is the Tea Party?

    Why has the TP not been able to support this most important movement?

    I mean, football season is over isn’t it?

  5. Spider says:

    Do you feel the elected lying crooks YOU voted for couldn’t care less about what you want or need? You ain’t seen nothin yet!

    Introducing, THE BIG SELLOUT!

  6. There’s so much good stuff in this one I had to watch and listen more than once! GOD bless you brother!

  7. MissAnthropy says:

    He makes a point that Ann Barnhardt also frequently makes: just cancel your cable or satellite service.

    Do you not know how much good you could do with this one simple act? The Left’s domination of popular consciousness depends on their control of academia, media, the gray area between the bureaucracy and “non profit” organizations. Like a three-legged stool, you could kick one of these legs out from under them just by refusing to take delivery of their mind poison.

    But people won’t do it! “Oh, but I like this show….”, “Oh, I can’t miss the game….”, ad nauseam. You know what? If people can’t be bothered to do something as simple as cutting the coaxial sewage pipe coming into your homes, then just accept your Marxist future and quit whining about the destruction of things you hold dear — because I guess they’re not held as dear as American Idol and Dancing With The Stars.

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