The Protectors of Hussein

I have been posting on this site for a little while now, and I have begun to notice something curious. Some of my posts have been, in my opinion, critical of BHO (Barak HUSSEIN Obama), the “Christian” man with muslim roots, who is doing such a bang- up job of destroying our country at a break- neck pace. Some of my posts have been on different subjects, barely touching on Hussein’s gross incompetence when it comes to all things real and important.

The one thing I have found is that when I post something critical of his Saintedness, the moonbats come out in droves, ready to feast, much like buzzards at a carcass- and with all the finesse and manners, I might add. One might think there would be an automatic “Hussein” alert-” quick, roll out so- and- so— we HAVE to refute!” To the keyboards, one and all! And so they arrive, circling the post like a pack of hyenas, ready to attack with half- truths and innuendo, plus the occasional outright slur. That’s okay, but there is something curious here.

If the column is not critical of Hussein, they leave it alone, by and large- no comment, positive or negative, and that is curious indeed, because several of the most rabid, left wing, atheistic moonbats just LOVE the “sound” of their own voices, and feel the more the better. Not true, but you just can’t convince some people.

Now, don’t get me wrong, I welcome the back and forth- I have my opinion, and they have theirs, but I find it to be curious that they only have an opinion that they want to share if it is about Hussein- but not so much if it is anything else. Are the mindless acolytes of the Sainted One actually that mindless? Have they no opinions other than hiz Lowness?

I see a lot in the political world that outrages me- I know that there’s a lot that outrages the disciples of Hussein (probably some of what I write does this- tough), but I would think, indeed I would hope, that they are not as one dimensional as they seem to be. Their whole being (and keyboard) devoted to one thing and one thing only, the unquestioning and blind devotion to the Cause- the destruction of America as we know it.

Oh, I know they do not think of it as such- if they did, they would be in support of me, but they are not- alas!I guess I will have to truck on, trying to convince many of the baby- boomers and failed hippies that their 60s philosophy never did work, and it is time to grow a new set of philosophies- ones that actually relate to the real world and its threats.

In the fifties and early sixties, people left their teen years eager to become adults, and embrace adult ideas and ethics. but now, since the late sixties and on, people seem to want to stay children, and abrogate many of their responsibilities. This has led to an unfortunate emphasis on self- how does this affect me, how do I profit, what do I get out of this? It’s all about “me, me, me!”

All of this egoistic nonsense instead of “how does this affect my country, how can I help my country?” How self absorbed, how conceited some of these people can be.

Oh, there are true believers on both sides, and the sides have become polarized- often not by the problems and their possible solutions themselves, but by the personalities driving these ideas. The acolytes who attack me and others are rabid in their unquestioning adherence to blind faith dogma, rather a contradiction to the atheistic ones, as they have traded their belief in God for a belief in someone they treat as a god- kind of hypocritical in a twisted, very perverse way, but it takes all kinds, I guess.

So bring it on, all you excusers, and “explainers”, and protectors of Hussein, the patron saint of wanton government control, I can take it. Believe me, I am not going away.

It’s just a shame you have no opinions other than those relating to Hussein.
Blake

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47 Responses to “The Protectors of Hussein”

  1. Darrel says:

    BLK: “If the column is not critical of Hussein, they leave it alone, by and large- no comment, positive or negative…>>

    DAR
    It’s pretty simple really. When you talk about Obama or a specific policy you tend to lie more and make more factually incorrect claims. These get roasted. With the greatest of ease.

    Readers may note that the above attempt has almost no factual content. It’s just rant and insults. Vapid. Thus, nothing to work with. No substantive claims to debunk.

    You D-Day post was quite nice. I was almost going to comment: “No insults, no lies, all true, very good!”

    D.

    • Adam says:

      “It’s pretty simple really. When you talk about Obama or a specific policy you tend to lie more and make more factually incorrect claims. These get roasted. With the greatest of ease.”

      I second that.

      • Big Dog says:

        Nothing gets roasted. Darrel posts items from sources that have an agenda or can be refuted with other facts. There is a link here to the real cost of Medicare and it blows his numbers out of the water.

        He inundates us with often meaningless info from his site (his opinions) or the opinions of others at HuffPo. Not saying that they are not entitled to their opinions but they are just that.

        Adam, I have shown you things time and again and you refuse to believe them. We can all say that one source or another is biased but if I used the RNC or Rush Limbaugh as a source you guys would scream bias but then think it is OK to cite a source that is anti Wal Mart as proof of their misdeeds.

        Wal Mart is a good company and the liberals hate it because it has been successful without a union. It is one of only a few companies that are making money.

        Granted, I asked for a number and Darrel provided it and it might be right but the source is suspect. But it still begs the question, how much of the 70% is good stuff? You called it all junk but I think the high end electronics are not junk. I bet you own some of it.

        • Adam says:

          Leave it to a Republican to state anti-union as a positive thing when it comes to a company like Wal-mart.

          I own some of what? The same stuff Wal-mart sells or stuff bought at Wal-mart?

          It’s no mystery that Wal-mart sells mostly Chinese goods though. I’m sure you’ll find some OK stuff there if you look hard but don’t pretend that makes the rest of their junk any less junky. I wouldn’t even buy my underwear from them.

        • Blake says:

          That’s too bad Adam- the underwear is US made- at least what I buy is.
          Lets face it- most of what is made these days no matter where you buy it is chinese made, or sri lanka, or the phillipines, or OTHER THAN THE USA- so don’t try to use the “made in china ” argument for Wal-Mart.

    • Blake says:

      You read the D- Day post, and couldn’t bring yourself to say anything nice- how miserly you all are- it must truly be hell to be around hateful people such as you.
      If you can’t say something nasty, you just say nothing at all. You have my pity.

      • Adam says:

        If you think we are hateful I’d hate to see you run into somebody truly hateful. Good luck with that.

        • Blake says:

          Believe me Adam, I’ve run into people that make you all look positively innocent- your words do not hurt- those people could have actually hurt. but I am still here, and they are not, and life goes on, so—-

      • Adam says:

        But then again that’s your own interpretation of what DAR was saying. To call us hateful because of something we didn’t do? That’s just a little hard to swallow if you ask me.

        • Darrel says:

          I was going to post, on the D-Day thread, as I said: “No insults, no lies, all true, very good!”

          But I didn’t because to do so, would be, a little insulting.

          Think about it.

          D.

        • Blake says:

          That’s what I mean, D- you can’t compliment anyone without a little dig, can you? What a pity.

      • Darrel says:

        What is a pity is the fact that you have set the bar so low that when you write a post that *is not* full of insults and lies, it is such a rare event that someone might consider complimenting you for the feat.

        D.
        ————–
        “In my life, I have prayed but one prayer: “Oh Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.” And God granted it.” –Voltaire

  2. Adam says:

    What is hilarious is that there are only from what I’ve seen 3 main critical voices on this site: Myself, Randy, and DAR. To call the three of us and a couple of drive by commenters moonbats out in droves is pathetic and cowardly on your part. But then again when you post day in day out with very little fact or evidence to support your opinions then it must start to feel like the world is against you.

    We’ve traded our belief in God for a belief in Obama? Devoted to the devotion to the Cause? The destruction of America as we know it? Atheistic? Who is an atheist here? Who here doesn’t love his or her country?

    You have got to be kidding. This black and white world you live in makes for a serious laugh riot.

    • Darrel says:

      ADAM: “Who here doesn’t love his or her country?”

      DAR
      Blake loves his ideology more than truth and he loves it more than his country. He revealed this when he said he wanted Obama to fail.

      D.

      • Blake says:

        For Hussein to succeed would mean that we would be socialistic, so yes, on that front I do hope he will fail. as he does, more peoples eyes will be opened as to his true intent, the destruction of Capitalism in America.
        They are not insults if they are true.

        • Adam says:

          You’ve graduated from calling him “King Barama” to just calling him “Hussein”, somehow lately becoming obsessed with Obama’s Muslim roots and buying into the lie that he’s a secret Muslim. You’re so pathetic sometimes it makes me laugh out loud.

          • Big Dog says:

            No, Obama is suddenly thrilled with his Muslim roots, the ones he tried to downplay and hide during the campaign.

            • Adam says:

              Right. Obama is a skilled politician who carefully calculated and planned almost every aspect of his campaign start to finish including emphasizing certain personal qualities above others. Shocker. He must have noticed he lives in a country full of folks like you that think we are at war with Islam itself.

              But what do his Muslim roots mean for his Christian faith? Nothing. Let all sane people here repeat after me: Obama is a Christian, not a Muslim. Get over it.

            • Blake says:

              Let all sane people here repeat after me- Hussein is a prevaricator who says whatever he thinks his audience wants to hear.

            • Blake says:

              Hussein is a political poseur- get over it. In other words, he is a liar.

            • Blake says:

              After the thundering silence on the part of “mainstream muslims” whoever they might be, we might be excused for thinking that Islam at least tacitly approves of the actions of a few. Until the alleged “Mainstream Muslims” take control of their own religion, this is going to be the perception. If perception is reality,then, yes, we are at war with Islam itself. It is up to these people to change that perception.

        • Blake says:

          What Hussein is doing now is AGAINST the Constitution- Period. There is nowhere in the Constitution’s checks and balances for these “Czars”- they answer to the Pres. and if that doesn’t bother you- it should, or you are Marxist- they did this exact same thing in pre-WWII Italy.
          Come on all you sourcers- show me where these czars are in the Constitution- ANYWHERE.
          I am guessing you never studied civics in high school, or you would know this- but these people, many of whom have never had a REAL job, are now responsible for trillions of dollars of your and MY money. I am not comfortable with this. I am sorry if you are.
          Every branch of our government was ultimately designed to be answerable to the people- US. These “czars” get around this, and that is fascist.

        • Blake says:

          Adam I call him Hussein, because he is-, and if it bugs you all, good-he brags about his muslim roots, so I refer to him by his muslim name. You got a problem with that, tough- if he has a problem with that, tough.

      • Big Dog says:

        I love this country and I served it faithfully for 24 years. I also said I want Obama to fail and that is because I love my country. I believe what he is doing will be very bad for us so in order for the country to succeed Obama needs to fail.

        Nothing ideological about that.

        • Randy says:

          I am not sure how much weight you expect your own service to carry when you so quickly dismiss the service of folks that served just as faithfully and much longer than yourself, claiming it has little bearing on who they are today.

        • Darrel says:

          Obama’s success/failure will, in a few years, be judged by all of the normal categories we judge presidents by: unemployment, inflation, poverty, GDP growth, stock market, debt, etc. If these trend well, America will thrive in the world and more Americans will be successful and happy.

          If these things trend badly, America will decline in the world and more Americans will suffer and struggle.

          Obama’s success/failure is precisely aligned with America’s success/failure. You can’t have one without the other. To root for Obama to fail, is to root for America to fail. Those who do this, without exception, put themselves on the side of the traitors and terrorists who want (and work and cheer for) America to fail.

          Those who do this, without exception, put their ideology above their love/concern for the welfare and success of their fellow Americans and thus the country.

          Nothing could be more anti-American or more unpatriotic. Such an attitude is disgusting and you should be ashamed of yourselves.

          D.
          ———————-
          This Southern Baptist minister is a little more direct. He is praying for Obama to die:

          http://www.abpnews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=4126&Itemid=53

        • Blake says:

          Randy, haven’t you heard, actions speak louder than words?

    • Big Dog says:

      Leaving aside the fact that people are calling him God like and equating him to a messiah, would make it easier to see your point. But since people make those (Darrel did as well when he said Jesus was a Community Organizer) kinds of statements it should be easy to see why people think that.

      As for the statement:
      But then again when you post day in day out with very little fact or evidence to support your opinions…

      If it is an opinion it does not need to be supported by facts. I can say vanilla ice cream is the best and don’t need facts to back it up. That does not make me a liar.

      • Adam says:

        Wrong. You act as if Blake’s opinions are all on the level of personal preferences and not the cometary on policy and history that it really is. This is not the kind of blog that says “I bought ice cream today. I’ve always liked vanilla and think it is the best.” This is a political blog and when you write about politics, even if that is your opinion, you need to come with the facts to support that opinion or else suffer a loss of credibility.

        It’s nothing personal to Blake, I just prefer to rely as often as I can on other sources to make my arguments and I am not as bold as he is to assume I myself am a credible enough source on my own for most subjects not to need a little backup.

        • Blake says:

          Perhaps when yo are more secure in your opinions, we can take those pesky “sourcing” training wheels off.

        • Adam says:

          I can only aspire to your greatness and hope that some day I too can rely only on my own unsubstantiated opinion above the opinion of those actually qualified to make statements on a subject.

        • Blake says:

          Yes, you may aspire to my level, but first you need to get your head out of Hussein’s – well, we will call it his “ideology”, for now.

  3. victoria says:

    DAR
    Blake loves his ideology more than truth and he loves it more than his country. He revealed this when he said he wanted Obama to fail.

    Dar and Adam point at yourselves when you say this.

  4. Barbara says:

    Blake, please don’t call Obama a christian. That is an insult to God. True christians don’t kill babies. They don’t have a month of gay pride and they don’t say America will no longer be a christian nation. He shows himself to be a Muslim by everything he does.

    • Darrel says:

      Five sentences, five rebuttals:

      1) Best to let people label themselves, within reason. Obama is a Christian and there has never been a drop of evidence showing otherwise.

      2) No one can ever show something is “an insult to God.”

      3) Killing babies = murder. Aborting a fetus = not murder. I don’t make the laws, but I do know how to read them.
      “True Christians” have a holy book which tells us God and his messengers repeatedly told people to kill babies and pregnant women. That’s mass genocide. Read your Bible.

      4) If Jesus had an opinion about the gay issue, he should have mentioned it. He didn’t.
      American has never been and never will be, a “Christian nation.” See the godless constitution. The US does have a lot of Christians but that is trending downward, strongly. The category of those who say they are “without religion,” is skyrocketing.

      5) Obama has never shown himself “to be a Muslim” in anything he has done.

      D.

      • Blake says:

        He has never shown himself to have any ethics, but that’s not hard to believe coming from the Chicago political machine.

      • Blake says:

        1)-I do not know of many Christians who attended a Madrassa
        2)- do not try to tell muslims this, they will physically kill you for that statement.
        3)-Killing babies= murder. Fetuses are babies, ergo, killing fetuses is murder. This “law” demonstrates the wide gulf between “legal” and “right”.
        4)- don’t know what Jesus might have said, this is a side problem that doesn’t matter, it distracts.
        5)- If actions speak louder than words, he has shown himself to be at least sympathetic to muslims, by not visiting Israel on either of his last two Mid East trips.

        • Darrel says:

          1) “Madrassah” means school.

          2) They might. They take their religion seriously. Best for people to not take religion too seriously.

          3) A fetuses is not a baby but has the potential to be one. There is a difference.

          4) Read your Bible.

          5) It’s good to be sympathetic to Muslims (they are having a hard time) and he gets extra points for this.

        • Blake says:

          Yes, madrassa is an Islamic school- once again- not many Christians go there.
          A “fetus is a baby, if you do not drill a hole in its head to kill it, as Tiller would.
          The problem of gays is a distraction, as I have said, and I am not going to get into your “variant” interpretations of the bible.
          Muslims have a hard time, much of which they bring on themselves, so very little sympathy do they get from me, and I make no apologies for this.

        • Darrel says:

          1) Millions of Christians attend schools in Islamic countries.

          2) Some synonyms for fetus are: “blastosphere, blastula, developing infant, embryo, fertilized egg.” Note, “baby” is not a synonym for fetus. Get informed.

          3) I have perhaps 20-30 translations of the Bible and access to more. My interpretations of the Bible are exactly in line with mainstream, Christian, scholarship.

          • Big Dog says:

            Because in addition to all your other expertise you are a theologian.

            • Darrel says:

              Maybe an “atheologian.”

              D.
              ——————-
              “If all the achievements of scientist were wiped out tomorrow, there would be no doctors but witchdoctors, no transport faster than a horse, no computers, no printed books, no agriculture beyond subsistence peasant farming. If all the achievements of theologians were wiped out tomorrow, would anyone notice the smallest difference?”
              –Richard Dawkins

        • Blake says:

          Christians attend mainly christian schools, not madrassas. Muslims do not like that, and have even beheaded some christians in Indonesia.
          You can synonym all you want, but a fetus is still a baby if it can be viable, as virtually all of tillers victims were.
          There are many “variants ” of the bible, but i would not believe an atheist when it comes to religion- why should I do that? That would be stupid.