Month: April 2013

France Oui Oui’s Gay Marriage

Gay Marriage Legal in France

Gay marriage protestors in France

Gay marriage protestors.

Well, if you are gay, want to get married, and have a desire to travel, you should get your special self on over to France where they just legalized gay marriage by a vote of 331-225 in the Socialist-majority assembly.

Ah, that’s how you do it. You get a Socialist majority. Funny, having a Socialist majority in our own Senate isn’t helping the anti-Second Amendment crowd. But that could be because, unlike France, and despite media optics trying to convey otherwise, the majority of our general voting population isn’t socialist (yet). And our socialist-majority senate really does want to be re-elected. But I digress.


Tsarnaev in Custody: Let the Games Begin


What begins now is the long, arduous task of bringing Dzhokar Tsarnaev, who is being charged with “conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction”, to justice. This should only take about 15 years.

There were reports that he will be tried as an enemy combatant, but, since American citizens cannot be tried as such, he’ll be tried in a civilian court. It is obvious Tsarnaev’s handlers knew how to get around a military court; simply become a citizen. Enemy combatants go to places like Gitmo, whereas American citizens get all the amenities our Constitution affords them. Nothing like terrorists knowing how to game our laws to their advantage.

While Boston Grieves, Denver Lights Up For Hemp Day

Is it just me, or do we have a priority problem in this country? I’m referring to the gonge-saturated 80,000 who gathered in Denver near the capital to flaunt getting away with (illegally) smoking weed in public, when less than a week ago Boston was the target of a terrorist attack and a bloody manhunt.

Didn’t there used to be some sort of waiting period after a national tragedy before we continued with our debauchery? Like maybe a month, or so? Or at least after the funerals? Or did that level of decency go out of vogue along with opposite sex marriage and earning a living?

Boston Hides, COEXIST Fails, Dad Blames, and Putin Advises: Boston Update

News out of Boston is coming fast and furious.

COEXIST Crowd Gets a Reality Check

If there is anything to snicker about concerning Boston, (and, really there isn’t) it would be that the on-the-lam terrorist, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, carjacked a car with a COEXIST bumper sticker on it.


I’d wax eloquent about the irony of having a murderous terrorist steal a car from the tolerance police, but I’ve already done as much here.

No doubt the owner of the COEXIST-mobile, if given the chance, could have talked Tsarnaey out of stealing the car, or at least into giving Tsarnaey a ride. But really, no one laughs at those insipid stickers more than (me) Islam.

Boston Bomber Picked Wrong City, but Right Pres.

Meanwhile, in Obama's head...

Meanwhile, in Obama’s head…

“Bomber Picked the Wrong City”: Obama. (CNN)

According to Obama, the Boston Marathon bomber picked the wrong city. Well, that may be, but he picked the right president. These days, any self-respecting terrorist knows that if you’re going to attack American soil, it’s best to make sure a liberal guy who is soft on terror is sitting in the Oval Office. And, thanks to Obama, we are ripe for the terrorizing.  In what shaped up to be the biggest smoke and mirrors photo-op of his career yet, the President told the crowd at Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston:

Hollywood Loses a Despot as North Korea Gains a Fanboy


 What do Sean Penn and Dennis Rodman have in common (aside from breathtaking ignorance mixed with pathological hubris)? They both loves them a despot.

But, to be fair, despot-love, like suitcase-sized handbags and chihuahuas, are all the rage in Hollywood.

Rodman’s budding love affair with North Korea’s Kim Jung Un is nothing short of unsettling. Even Stephanopoulos couldn’t believe his ears:

RODMAN:  He’s a great guy. He’s just a great guy. If you sit down and talk to him, you know, perception is perceiving how things work.

STEPHANOPOULOS:  A great guy who puts 200,000 people in prison camps?

RODMAN:  Well, you know, guess what, it’s amazing how we do the same thing here.

STEPHANOPOULOS:  We have prison camps here in the United States?

RODMAN:  We don’t have prison camps. Guess what, this is all politics, right? This is all politics, right?