October 14, 2009

Healthcare. The ONLY article you need to read.

Real world, American style universal healthcare experience, written by former speechwriter for Edwards, Obama, & Clinton.

I typed line after line that said everything Massachusetts did would make health insurance more affordable. If I had a dollar for every time I typed, "universal coverage will lower premiums," I could pay for my own health care at Massachusetts's rates.

Go, read it all.

Posted by Clancy at 8:48 AM

August 17, 2009

What Wrong with Liberalism, example # 27,325

Like these schmucks who plan to boycott Whole Foods because someone told them the Whole Foods CEO wrote an editorial opposing nationalized health care.

OK, so he did - but instead of just being opposed, he offers credible, viable solutions. Did the knee-jerk liberals bother to read and consider his arguments? I would seriously doubt it. After all, a true liberal will never let the facts get in the way of their feelings.

If you haven't read John Mackey's editorial, please do.

I just wish there was a Whole Foods closer to us.

Posted by Clancy at 3:44 PM

April 30, 2009

It Wasn't Me

WASHINGTON (AP) - "That wasn't me," President Barack Obama said on his 100th day in office, disclaiming responsibility for the huge budget deficit waiting for him on Day One.

What about this?


THIS makes the "huge budget deficit waiting for him on Day One" look pretty insignificant.

Even the AP (source of quote above) is calling him out on it - and claiming that the day one deficit was partly his responsibility too.

"That wasn't me." Can anyone remember the last president to use that line?

"That wasn't me" is something a kid says when he's caught doing something wrong.

"That wasn't me" is something a lying spouse says when confronted.

"That wasn't me" is something a low-life street cretin tells the police under questioning.

“That wasn’t me” is a pathetic excuse used by the immature and/or deceitful, NOT a leader.

Then again, this guy has never done anything to prove he could lead anything more than a flock of stupid sheep.

Posted by Clancy at 8:41 AM | Comments (1)

March 23, 2009

When Hope/Change meets Reality

Now that Obama is President, car payments are optional. Or at least that’s what one leftist moonbat, Jennifer Stone-Anderson, believes. Her 2004 Saturn Ion is about to be repossessed:

Stone-Anderson missed her car payments in December, January and February and has started receiving calls from Chrysler. She has ignored them.

She said that Chrysler has the paperwork to repossess the car, and it's really just a matter of the company finding it at this point. The car is hard to miss, but Stone-Anderson said she's not worried about the company taking it.

"Barack says he's an eternal optimist," she said. "We're like minds."

Why is her car so hard to miss? Behold:


It took Stone-Anderson four months of planning and two months of painting to transform the car from humdrum white to a vibrant montage of political art.

That took 6 months!?!?!?!? She would have been better served spending that time looking for a job. Her actions and (lack of) logic fit the liberal moonbat mold perfectly. There is no need for personal responsibility when there are other people out there perfectly capable of paying off her loan. That's some serious HopeChange there. In this case, I’m rooting for the reality (a.k.a. the repo man).

Let’s just hope she doesn’t have a mortgage too.

Btw - If you want see more pictures of this soon to be repossessed ‘work of art’ as well as the moonbat that created it, take a peek here.

Posted by Clancy at 9:17 AM

March 19, 2009

Perspective - Part II

C'mon. If suicide were a proper penalty for piddling away taxpayer dollars, the National Mall would look just like Jonestown after refreshments.

Quite frankly, that sounds like a pretty good start. Go, Read all of it.

h/t: the blogfather

Posted by Clancy at 9:11 AM

February 17, 2009

Head in the Sand

Surely, there is no relation to the plummeting stock market and the Administrations super spendulous package. Surely the free market wouldn’t react negatively to the prospect of the socialization of the free market. Surely, we are not doomed. Surely, I’m being factious.

Posted by Clancy at 10:36 AM

January 30, 2009

More Nuance and Perspective

If you read just one thing today (or this week, or even this month), read this:


yeah, it was good enough to bring the blog out of hbernation...

Posted by Clancy at 1:00 PM

November 18, 2008

Thanks America

How Obama Got Elected

Posted by Clancy at 7:27 PM

October 6, 2008

Sing for Change

Seriously. WTF are you people doing to our children?

h/t: seejanemom

Posted by Clancy at 5:41 PM

September 10, 2008

Connect the Dots

Offered without comment:



Posted by Clancy at 9:03 AM

August 29, 2008

For the Record…

I have never contributed to a presidential campaign. I’ve never believed in a candidate enough to put money behind him (of her).

And while I’ve only begrudgingly supported McCain until this point, if the current speculation is confirmed; I would volunteer to have his babies (ok, I can’t really do that). But I will contribute to his campaign. And I suspect so too will my wife, who is a registered democrat.

Posted by Clancy at 10:53 AM | Comments (1)

August 14, 2008

The Michael Moore Diet Plan

He start off the day...

… by eating three fried-egg sandwiches loaded with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, fried onions and mayonnaise.

He follows that up with two cups of coffee, a five-egg omelet, a bowl of grits, three slices of French toast topped with powdered sugar and three chocolate-chip pancakes.

At lunch, [he] gobbles up a pound of enriched pasta and two large ham and cheese sandwiches slathered with mayo on white bread - capping off the meal by chugging about 1,000 calories worth of energy drinks.

For dinner, [he] really loads up on the carbs … with a pound of pasta and an entire pizza.

He washes all that down with another 1,000 calories worth of energy drinks.

So, does Michael really eat that? Actually, yeah. (I’m not so sure about Michael Moore though).

Posted by Clancy at 10:05 AM

August 8, 2008

I Told You So

No bias, None whatsoever.

Posted by Clancy at 3:52 PM

August 4, 2008

Government Efficiencies…

…are the ultimate oxymoron. 30 years ago today, President Carter signed the Department of Energy Organization Act creating the Department of Energy. Today it’s has a $25 BILLION dollar budget and more than 16,000 employees.

So – how’s that working out for us? And you want the government in charge of your healthcare?

h/t: the blogfather

Posted by Clancy at 10:32 AM