And now a word from Darth’s favorite national columnist 30 Nov 2010 @ 18:52Posted by Supreme General Rayegun in : Gubmint , comments closed
Yup, that’s right….we all know Darth has HT’d this writer something close to ad nauseum. Then again, she is good. And generally right on target too!
So what’s Michelle Malkin targeting now. Well, none other than the DREAM Act: Electric Amnesty Boogaloo, Part Deux.
Once again the, democrappers are trying to convince us it’s a really, really, REALLY good idea to grant amnesty to the 20+ something MILLION illegal aliens residing inside our borders.
Felipe Calderon, white courtesy phone. Yo dude, fix YOUR government before you go suggesting and subsequently start PUSHING your citizens to enter MY country ILLEGALLY. Mkay hombre? You habla????
K. Thx. BuhBye.
Holy WTF is going on here???? The progressive arsewipes in the Senate seriously think that trying to disguise an AMNESTY bill as an EDUCATION bill is gonna cut it? Hello CLUEBAT? Remember how you just had to pick up yo nappy 7-day diapers off the floor back oh gee, just like what TWENTY-EIGHT DAYS AGO!?!??!?!?!?! If you really need some more whomp up side yo head with the Ronco Cluebat™ we CAN arrange it.
Come on Michelle, tell us what you REALLY think about this bill…..
(UPDATED) Somebody took Punkin’ Chunkin’ a wee bit too far 30 Nov 2010 @ 18:29Posted by Supreme General Rayegun in : I'm callin' SHENANIGINS , comments closed
Unfortunately, it’s not the round, orange vegetable variety that got chunked. Read on here.
Sorry about the play on words, but I’m right in the middle of stress relieving measures that involves large quantities of adult carbonated beverages.
Time for the eye for an eye concept of justice RSN.
UPDATE: (From Venomous) Added to the “Sickening Stuff” category.
Umm Darth, someone else is moving 29 Nov 2010 @ 20:46Posted by Supreme General Rayegun in : Sports-o-rama , comments closed
Didja see this?
Humpty dumpty 29 Nov 2010 @ 16:56Posted by Supreme General Rayegun in : Life in the Southern Command HQ , comments closed
Except this time the egg was something north of 250k State Department documents. And Humpty is Wikileaks. The dumping is still the same.
Normally I would agree (within reason mind you) with the argument that releasing classified intelligence information is REALLY not good for the folks “in country”, but something strikes me different about this documentus dumpicus. Now given that the loudest shrilling is coming from a progressive-lite Republican by the name of Peter King and he’s calling for the Secretary of Frump and Eric “I employ illegal aliens as housekeepers” Holder to designate Wikileaks as a domestic terror organization, I get the unabated sense that something is wrong.
And I have an idea what it could be. Once again, the “most ethical and transparent administration in the history of the U.S” (Nancy SanFran Piglousy’s words, not mine) got caught with their pants down fornicating away with those at the center of all these documents. Namely which is Al Queda and those nation-states that support it. Now OF COURSE each and every member of the House Homeland Security Committee has read EVERY word of all 250,000+ documents released and can say with 100% assurance that “it’s not us”.
I say BULLSHIT and I’m calling global shenanigans on this one.
Al-Obambi’s foreign policy ain’t worth the paper the documents are printed on. Then again, the domestic policy ain’t in much better shape either!
So I say, let’s see all 250,000+ documents and we prosecute the REAL criminals and let Wikileaks do it’s job. Because no other REAL news organization (yes I’m glaring straight at you CNN, (P)MSNBC, New York Times, Washington Post, and Politico) seems to be able to do their job.
Let the purge begin…..and a Veteran’s Day note 11 Nov 2010 @ 22:54Posted by Supreme General Rayegun in : Life in the Southern Command HQ , comments closed
Seeing that some sort of tribble has crawled waaaaayyyyyy too far up Darth’s arse butt backside, and I really don’t have much else to put up then here goes….
Don’t know how many of you out there have AT&T u-Verse for your television viewing service (or any of their bundles), but they recently pulled one on all of their TV subscribers that pissed off the Generalette so much that I had to put in the calls the very next day to make other arrangements.
Here’s the jist of the story. Seems last week that the broadcast rights contract between AT&T and Scripps Networks LLC reached its conclusion and negotiations that had been ongoing had reached an impasse (gee, where have we heard THAT shtick before???). The usual mud-slinging commenced. AT&T claimed that Scripps was demanding too much in royalties and fees. Scripps countered that AT&T was demanding that they basically be given all-out total ownership rights to the Scripps footage.
At this point I’m betting you’re going, “So who the heck is Scripps Networks LLC”? Well, they are the media service that owns the channels like HGTV, DIY channel, The Food Network, The Cooking Channel, and GAC. Well four of the five networks consist of about 70% of the viewing time here in the General’s household. So that can sort of clearly explain why the Generalette was boiling. We’ve also been dealing with a 3 month long episode of flaky system freeze ups that affected all of the services we were getting through AT&T. Needless to say, we both felt this latest annoyance was the last straw.
AT&T doesn’t know it yet, but they are being purged from the Southern Command. Completely. As in 100% hasta la vista, baby. As of 1700 hours today, the ISP and telephone services have been replaced with other providers. The ISP service was replaced with one that for just pennies more a day we have now increased our download speeds by 150%. The telephone service cost was reduced by 20%. The television service will be replaced tomorrow with a new provider who will have a package that has 5% more channels than the u-Verse package, while reducing our costs by nearly 50%.
Ain’t the free market just grand!!!!!
And not to trivialize the day with small things, lest we forget how we as Americans are afforded the ability to have such a free market society. With all proper pomp and circumstance, with strict concordence to protocol and etiquette all of us here at the Southern Command salute each and every man and woman who have served, or are currently serving in the Army, Army National Guard, Army Reserves, Navy, Naval Reserves, Marines, Air Force, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserves, or Coast Guard. Without the sacrifice and blood, sweat, and tears that each of you have given to this great country of ours — we the citizens of this land would not enjoy the freedoms we our offered each and every day of our lives, not over the past 230+ years, not today, nor into tomorrow.
The Southern Command also offers up a special salute to our brothers and sisters of the United States Marine Corps as they continue to celebrate their 235th year of protecting these United States of America. All of us here are certainly proud of their service and vigilance to this country and the Constitution.
God Bless America!