Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Politics, Kabuki Theater, and YouTube Poop

Now there's a mix for you. This should be a nice long post, covering a variety of topics.

First off, a word about part four of Kill the Bill. It is going to be late; I wanted to have it up after part three, but I ran into trouble when it got to long and the click to enlarge didn't work, so it will have to be broken in half and then posted. It is complete, so all I have to do now is break it up and post it, but it might be awhile. My apologies if you were waiting.

Politics. It's odd I should be so passionate about something I hate so much. I really despise big government, and I have a very Conservative outlook on things. I didn't realize this until 2008, when I heard about Obummer Obama for the first time, and, having missed public school and heard the truth about socialism. I didn't want Dial R to be a Conservative blog, but it's a multi-purpose blog, so I guess that's they way it's gonna be.

Here's something guaranteed to give people fits: this post I didn't post earlier this week, but I think I'll throw it in here now.

Barack Obama is a Parasitic Worm

How's that for a title? (If you're ticked off at me already, without even hearing my story, chances are you're a liberal.)

Barack Obama is a parasitic worm. Now, let me explain.

Actually, this applies to all Democrats. Last Saturday, I took a walk out in the backyard, and stopped by a puddle leftover from where the creek had flowed after a rainstorm. When it rains hard enough, a creek flows through our backyard, and this had been one of those times.

As I looked in the puddle, I noticed this reddish-brown worm writhing around the puddle almost angrily, and as I watched, I realized two things: First, this worm was evil. And second, it was probably parasitic. I left to get a jar and a stick, then used the stick to lift the worm into the jar. (There was no way I was touching that thing.) I took it back to our detached garage and showed it to my family, who confirmed it was a tapeworm.

As my brother was preserving the thing in rubbing alcohol, and I was washing my hands for the third time, I thought about that worm. I don't like parasitic worms, and I have a good reason for hating the things.

I thought about it again later, and realized that Barack Obama is a lot like that worm. All liberals are like that worm. They suck out the life of America, just like that worm sucks the life out of it's host. Obama's insane cap-and-trade, promises to bankrupt the coal industry, and socialized health care (which, by the way, may sound good, but doesn't work anywhere) are all sucking away America's life - and freedoms.

Barack Obama and the rest of the left are a group of parasitic worms, determined to suck the life out of America.

How's that for insulting? I've stated the truth, and now I feel guilty about it. But, moving on...

Next, Kabuki theater. For a minute I thought I was wrong, but I guess I'm not, since Kabuki uses Noh actors... hmmm. Well, maybe I'm wrong, but Kabuki theater (at least the way I understand it) is a theater where the actors use masks, and depending on how the light falls on the mask, the expressions on the masks change. I've seen this used on Michelle Malkin's blog where it's used a as "the Democrat's kabuki theater of outrage." Which means they aren't outraged, but they're pretending to be. Personally, I'm with the commenter over on Malkin's site who said, "I'm waiting for the Seppuku part of this Kabuki theater." Me too.

(Seppuku was a ritual suicide performed by samurai in Japan. It's been outlawed now, but I could think of a few politicians I'd like to see do it.)

Now, for the YouTube Poop. A YouTube Poop is a mash up is different clips and I found this Emperor's New Groove poop to be quite entertaining, if not stupid in some places. (But that's generally how poops are.)

The Emperor Inflates the Barter System

9:19 - 9:26 : "This isn't poison, this is, Obama!"
What's the difference? Seriously....

One more thing before I call it a day. I'd like to quote this post by ErinF over, once again, at Michelle Malkin's blog. This was too good.

From the First Book of Democrat:
Psalm 2008-2012

Obama is my shepherd, I shall not want.
He leadeth me beside the still factories.
He restoreth my faith in the Republican Party.
He guideth me toward the path of unemployment.
Yea, though I walk through the valley
of the breadline, I shall not go hungry.
Obama has anointed my income with taxes.
My expenses runneth over my income.
Surely, poverty and hardship will follow me
all the days of his term.
From hence forth, we will live all the days of our lives in a rented home
with an overseas landlord.

I'm sorry, that was just too good. Alright, I'll quit now. See y'all later.

1 comment:

  1. I am a big fan of Theater. I am very much happy to find your blog post regarding Kabuki Theater. I just received my Kabuki dance dress from at PIJ now I wanna to collect some mask from there as well. Hope this will get in a week.