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Dec 27 2013

2013: Best and Bleakest

It’s that time of year; prepare for a blizzard of lists. Right Wing News offers two of the most interesting — the best and worst from the world of countermoonbats and their barking nemeses.

Nuggets of wisdom:

“Oh, the guy who bombed Boston is on the loose in my neighborhood? Super glad I don’t have an AR-15 with 30 round mags.” Said nobody, ever. — Katie Pavlich

“I don’t see why anyone needs …” is code for: “I don’t do it, so let’s ban it.” The corollary is: “I enjoy this, so you have to subsidize it.” — Ann Coulter

What would you think of a person who earned $24,000 a year but spent $35,000? Suppose on top of that, he was already $170,000 in debt. You’d tell him to get his act together — stop spending so much or he’d destroy his family, impoverish his kids and wreck their future. Of course, no individual could live so irresponsibly for long. But tack on eight more zeroes to that budget and you have the checkbook for our out-of-control, big-spending federal government. — John Stossel

Right now, politicians have the power to suddenly decide to tax us all at 100% and then spend the money replacing all of our roads with a high-speed rail system. What keeps them from doing that? Common sense? Come on, look at the morons we have in government — Congress is filled with idiots who couldn’t run a lemonade stand and who have grand visions to transform the nation. No, the only thing stopping them is that they’re divided into two parties who viscerally hate each other. If they ever got along, a big new government overreach like the Patriot Act or a giant boondoggle like Obamacare would be passed every couple weeks. By the end of the year, we’d have the government spying on our every movement as we lived flat broke in shanty towns, eating our government-allotted corn cob half we’d get every other day. — Frank J. Fleming

Because many of us make mistakes that can have bad consequences, some intellectuals believe that it is the role of government to intervene and make some of our decisions for us. From what galaxy government is going to hire creatures who do not make mistakes is a question they leave unanswered. — Thomas Sowell

This country has a mental health problem disguised as a gun problem and a tyranny problem disguised as a security problem. — Joe Rogan

Republicans spent a lot of time whining that, if Obama was prepared to negotiate with the Iranians, the Syrians, and the Russians, why wouldn’t he negotiate with the GOP? Well, the obvious answer is Rouhani, Assad, and Putin don’t curl up in a fetal position at the first tut-tut from Bob Schieffer or Diane Sawyer. — Mark Steyn

Buckle up, here comes the moonbattery:

Here’s the reality. The image of a white Jesus has been used to justify enslavement, conquest, colonialism, the genocide of indigenous peoples. There are literally millions of human beings whose lives have been snuffed out by people who conquered under the banner of a white god. — Tim Wise

The political dysfunction that has brought about the shutdown and now threatens default, isn’t so much gridlock. It is exposing the fatal flaw in our Constitution and highly distinct system of government. In other words, it’s the Constitution’s fault. Something truly catastrophic was bound to happen sooner or later. — Chris Hayes

You know, talk about something else that’s falling from the sky [besides snow], and that is an asteroid. What’s coming our way? Is this an effect of perhaps global warming, or is this just some meteoric occasion? — Deborah Feyerick

Until we fully understand what turned two brothers who allegedly perpetrated the Boston Marathon bombings into murderers, it is hard to make any policy recommendation other than this: We need to redouble our efforts to make America stronger and healthier so it remains a vibrant counterexample to whatever bigoted ideology may have gripped these young men….And the best place to start is with a carbon tax. — Thomas Friedman

The insistence [that Santa Claus is] not black and can’t be black strikes me as an attempt to perpetuate white supremacy and to posit that whiteness is somehow normal and central while blackness is other or different. — Touré

Republicans are using [the IRS scandal] as their latest weapon in the war against the black man in the White House. “IRS” is the new “N****r.” — Martin Bashir

Obama’s not embarrassing. The country is embarrassing. — Hollywood producer and Obama donor Harvey Weinstein

2014 promises to renew the impossible challenge of trying to get enough intelligent thought out there to counter the never-ending tsunami of moronic moonbattery.

There are plenty more quotes here and here.




7 Responses to “2013: Best and Bleakest”

  1. 762x51 says:

    ““I don’t see why anyone needs …” is code for: “I don’t do it, so let’s ban it.” The corollary is: “I enjoy this, so you have to subsidize it.” — Ann Coulter”

    The proof that elegantly unifies these two theorems is:
    “That which is not banned is mandatory.”

    Liberalism = Equality through Poverty.

    They want you to believe that they will turn you into Bill Gates when in reality they will turn Bill Gates into you. How will that better your situation?

  2. Zusaarspiegel says:

    My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government.

    Thomas Jefferson

  3. Spurwing Plover says:

    Hugo Chavez and Nelson Mandela are dead and good riddence to bad rubbish

  4. KHarn says:

    Spurwing Plover says:December 27, 2013 at 1:25 pm”

    “Up-twinkles”. (Or whatever the idiots say when they agree)

  5. Heltau says:

    “Right now, politicians have the power to suddenly decide to tax us all at 100% and then spend the money replacing all of our roads with a high-speed rail system. What keeps them from doing that? Common sense? Come on, look at the morons we have in government — Congress is filled with idiots who couldn’t run a lemonade stand and who have grand visions to transform the nation. No, the only thing stopping them is that they’re divided into two parties who viscerally hate each other. If they ever got along, a big new government overreach like the Patriot Act or a giant boondoggle like Obamacare would be passed every couple weeks. By the end of the year, we’d have the government spying on our every movement as we lived flat broke in shanty towns, eating our government-allotted corn cob half we’d get every other day. — Frank J. Fleming”
    Oh wait…that is happening now to around 25% of Americans. Never mind.

  6. Jan Snyder says:

    I went ahead and forwarded the list of shithead liberals to Anders Breivik. Maybe he can pay them a visit!

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