Tuesday Shoes Open Comments

Well, it seems that The Big One has upset some of his base. It seems he wants them to change out their boogie shoes they wore when he was swept into office on a tidal wave of black love and white guilt, and put on some marching shoes.

In a fiery summons to an important voting bloc, President Barack Obama told blacks on Saturday to quit crying and complaining and “put on your marching shoes” to follow him into battle for jobs and opportunity.

“Take off your bedroom slippers. Put on your marching shoes,” he said, his voice rising as applause and cheers mounted. “Shake it off. Stop complainin’. Stop grumblin’. Stop cryin’. We are going to press on. We have work to do.”

I don’t know that I’d categorize the speech as “fiery,” as I heard definite tones of “whine” in there. And I don’t mean with cheese, either. He sounded hurt that his “own people” would dare to criticize His Great Self. After all, what has he done for them lately?

…not doing enough to fight black unemployment, which is nearly double the national average at 16.7 percent.

And then he goes and accuses them of not wanting to go to work for him!

Doesn’t he know that if everyone would just eat their peas, he and Michelle would both be happy? Or is it just Republicans who should eat those little rounds of good-for-you? Perhaps the liberals should eat something else, like a grilled cheese sandwich, made appropriately over a flame? After all, grilled cheese sandwiches are soft and gooey in the middle, kind of like his economic policies. They also, when grilled over an open flame, start out soft and then get all crusty and brittle on the outside, kind of like TBO himself. He seems to crack and ooze every time he thinks he’s being opposed or unloved.

“The future rewards those who press on,” He said. “I don’t have time to feel sorry for myself. I don’t have time to complain. I’m going to press on.”

Actually, yes you do, President Obama. You really do. You complain. A lot. But not to worry, your skin color will protect you from the worst:

“If Bill Clinton had been in the White House and had failed to address this problem, we probably would be marching on the White House,” the caucus chairman, Rep. Emanuel Cleaver of Missouri, recently told McClatchy Newspapers.

Well, that vast mass of unemployed may not have cake to eat, but they won’t be hauling out the guillotine any time soon. The shield of the cry of racism will protect him. But he’ll continue to wander around, crying and calling out “Why don’t you love me? Why won’t you do as I say? Just do as I say, dammit! It wasn’t supposed to be like this! Michelle! Michelle! Tell me what to do! What? She’s gone? Dang that woman! Did she take the jet again?!”

We have a Commander in Chief with melted cheese balls.

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99 thoughts on “Tuesday Shoes Open Comments

  1. Speaking of shoes, we got new tires on Sweetie’s Jeep yesterday. I took her up there to pick it up and followed her home, I couldn’t keep up with her. When we got out she says “No wonder those NASCAR guys always want to come in for fresh tires, my truck is fast now!”

  2. Heh

    We’ve already gone the centrist route. The Republican establishment tries that every cycle. They try to give us a Bob Dole, God bless him, I know him, he’s a nice guy, but McCain, same thing. Nothing’s changed. The Republican establishment, which is now trying to deny that they exist, by the way. There is no Republican establishment. This is a little Inside Baseball. They’re trying to co-opt the word conservative. The Republican establishment wants you to think that they are conservatism today, and of course they’re not.
    snip
    The Republican establishment, which they hate being called that, by the way. I’m since learning this. They hate being called the Republican establishment. That’s why they’re trying to co-opt the term conservative.

  3. Sounds like that mob wasn’t wearing its bedroom slippers.

    Too bad Mr. LaVelle didn’t have a shotgun handy.

  4. Obummer doesn’t have to worry about the black vote. He has to worry if they don’t show up and actually vote for him. That applies to the whole Dummycrat party. Obummer’s problem is with the middle third of the voting population which he seems to have lost and that is a good thing.

  5. Too bad Mr. LaVelle didn’t have a shotgun handy.

    Amen, if he were a responsible citizen, every one of the punks that came into his house should have assumed room temperature rather quickly.

  6. I hope she wins and breaks it off in their @$%. Palin threatens lawsuit against Mcginnis and Random house.

    “Random House is at the top of the food chain and published a book based upon acknowledged unsubstantiated gossip,” the source said. “The revealing email is key as evidence of this defamatory approach to politics through proxies.”
    Tiemessen writes in the letter that the email “clearly describes the fact that Mr. McGinniss researched and investigated many false and scurrilous allegations, and concluded that there was absolutely no evidence anywhere backing these allegations.”
    Palin’s attorney writes that it is “malicious” for Crown to publish the book when it has proof McGinniss and Crown “were fully aware the statements in the book were false, intended to be false, and were intended to harm.”
    “The final work that was published contains most of the stories that Mr. McGinniss complains were nothing more than ‘tawdry gossip’ that amounted to the wishful fantasies of disturbed individuals,” Tiemessen writes. “Since both your company, and the author, clearly knew the statements were false, admitted they had no basis in fact or reality, but decided to publish in order to harm Governor Palin’s family, you and Mr. McGinniss have defamed the Palins.”
    Tiemessen ends the letter by warning the publishing house not to “delete emails or destroy records” that may be used in the suit.

    This is such an egregious display of defamation that it must be prosecuted. Ifn the Palin’s don’t win and I mean win big, on this one then the whole concept of defamation has lost any meaning.

  7. #6 Texakanukianite: from your linkie:

    Kozlowski and Maryann Trombetta, president of the Port Richmond Town Watch, both recalled the murder of Sean Daily, a white teen who was beaten and shot by bat-wielding youths, mostly Latino, in May 1989.

    They don’t believe that the attack on LaVelle started as a racial incident, but believe that there was a racial element to it when the mob “called him a white mother——” and when the juvenile’s mother allegedly threatened LaVelle.

    They don’t believe that the attack on LaVelle started as a racial incident??? This is clear evidence of white guilt and PC insanity run amok!. Of course it was racial from the beginning and this is not the first time that whites have been targeted solely because of their race. I would venture to say that the bulk of the vile, violent racism comes from the black and hispanic communities directed at whites rather than the other way around.

  8. every one of the punks that came into his house should have assumed room temperature rather quickly.

    And the mist that used to be them would have. A mist has a very high surface area to volume ratio, allowing quick exchange of heat.

  9. Sheeeeshe, a guy can’t even self immolate in peace anymore!
    The behavior of the Chinese towards the Tibetans is outrageous in the extreme. Gee, I wonder why the lefty moonbat-schizzle crazies don’t make a bigger deal out of that while Zero is pres, like they did when W was pres??

  10. G’Morning all

    My DSL crashed Sunday and it was Monday noon before SWB DSL Tech got to the house. Talk about withdrawal symptoms!

    If it were me and my house, they would have had two rounds of rat shot in their face followed immediately by the required number of 180 grains to finish it off.

  11. Sometimes the right thing gets done.

    The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has agreed to settle a lawsuit over allegations of religious censorship at Houston National Cemetery, according to documents filed in federal court Thursday.

    UPDATE: Veterans Administration Settles with Veteran’s Groups at Houston National Cemetery
    by Michelle Lancaster
    Last week, the Veteran’s Administration agreed to settle the lawsuit regarding censorship of freedom of speech and freedom of religion at the Houston National Cemetery.

    To recap, The Houston National Cemetery Director, Ms. Arlene Ocasio, was requiring grieving families and volunteer groups to not use the words “God” or “Jesus” at any funeral ceremony without her prior approval.

    The Department of Veterans Affairs defended Ms. Arlene Ocasio stating the accusations in the lawsuit against the Department of Veterans Affairs and Ms. Arleen Ocasio were “categorically false.” Local elected officials complained and Congressman John Culberson, U.S. Representative of Texas District 7, took it upon himself to go undercover at a military hero’s funeral and found the truth. He personally witnessed the censorship of freedom of speech and freedom of religion at the funerals of our veterans.

    Here are the major terms to the settlement that were agreed to by the mediating parties. These terms are currently awaiting Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Tom Phillips’ sign off:

    The VA will not interfere with prayers during burial services.
    The VA will not edit or control the speeches of speakers at ceremonies or events at the cemetery containing religious messages or viewpoints and cannot ban religious words in verbal communications between the volunteers and veteran’s families.
    The VA will not ban religious speech or words like “God” or “Jesus” in condolence cards or gifts.
    Payment by the VA of the veterans groups’ $215,000 in legal fees.
    The VA will have a Bible, Cross and Star of David placed on an open shelf within the Chapel, that will be easily accessible and available for use by families if they so choose.
    The local members of VFW District 4 and Houston National Memorial Ladies would resign their positions as official VA volunteers. They will be free to provide their own texts of recitations to funeral homes so that veterans’ families can decide if they would like these groups to provide any services at the cemetery.

    Link to the 20 page PDF of the proceedings. There are many, many more things they got butt kicked for besides the major items listed above. (50 total)

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/66079460/VA-Cemetery-Settlement

  12. further to my #20: The fact that she is still employed by the VA is a sure pointer as to why our situation, as a country, is so dire. There are no consequences for outrageously bad behavior; in any public or privately held company, Arlene would have been fired and quickly. There would have been non recourse, no appeals and she would not be available for rehire in a different position with the same company. Her immediate firing would have been appropriate behavior on the part of the employer, but because of moronic civil service rules and unions that sweet woman is still there and in the same wissin position.
    If Herman Cain were pres, she would have been long gone after the first complaint. If Herman Cain becomes our next president, I expect huge unemployment in the Metro DC area gov’t “work”force.

  13. #23 – katfish

    “I’ve had road kill that tasted better than that.”

    Sounds like we need the assistance of the domestic tragic southern terrorist to make the definitive call on this one.

    Vinegary(sp?) sauces belong on fried fish, not on smoked meat. BBQ sauce should be tomato and molasses-based. I’m ok with BBQ pork, especially pigsicles, but beef is where it’s really at.

    In the comments:

    Don’t be dissin’ Texas barbecue, unless you’re lookin’ for a jihad.

  14. #23 also from the comments section:

    In Des Moines we have a local guy that has great BBQ sauce, he serves it on pork and beef. This sauce is so good that last time I was there I overheard a woman say “this sauce is so good I’d eat it on cat sh*t”.

    I don’t care who you are that is funny!

  15. Cheese. Bread. Toaster. Microwave. Grilled Cheese Sammich.

    That’s an abomination unto the Lord.

    Next thing you’re gonna be sayin’ is:
    Meat. Tomato sauce. Chili powder. Beans. Chili.

    heathen

  16. #18 OTL

    settle a lawsuit over allegations of religious censorship at Houston National Cemetery

    Excellent outcome!

  17. Herman Cain in the lead? That means he’s the establishment’s stealth candidate. Unless of course he’s Sarge’s (and the mouse in his pocket) candidate, then he’s sticking it to them.

  18. #22 Pyro

    This is why they don’t let too many wimmins drive race cars.

    Most wimmins don’t wanna race cars. That’s a boys’ thang.

  19. #32 Pyro: from your linkie:

    Majority Leader Harry Reid, Nevada Democrat, said Monday night that when the Senate returns from a weeklong vacation, the chamber will work instead on a bill that would push to label China a currency manipulator, which would make retaliatory steps in order.

    “I don’t think there’s anything more important for a jobs measure than China trade,” Mr. Reid said.

    I can’t believe I am actually about to type this but I agree with Harry Reid: China is a currency manipulator, China does not allow free trade on a level playing field. Retaliatory steps should be taken. That being said, I have ZERO WISSIN CONFIDENCE that Harry “the weenie (let’s take a bit of a deep breath before we post – wb)” Reid will have the slightest clue as to what to do. I think this problem really started to get bad when Most Favored Nation Trading Status was granted to China. I think this was in the H.W. Bush #41 admin, and permanent status was added in 1998 under Clinton.

  20. 35 Hamous says:
    September 27, 2011 at 12:48 pm

    Herman Cain in the lead? That means he’s the establishment’s stealth candidate. Unless of course he’s Sarge’s (and the mouse in his pocket) candidate, then he’s sticking it to them.

    Must be nice to have the power to read people’s minds. I’ve stated before that I presently have no preferred candidate.

    Cain is anything but the Establishment candidate. Cain scares the bejabbers out of the Establishment.

    His rising popularity is why they’re talking to Christie again.

    Here’s how stupid Establishment Republicans are:

    They’re engaged in an internal struggle with a bunch of amateurs and find themselves playing catch up ball. So much so that not only are they trying to get people to call them a different name, they’re using other Liberal tactics.

    Cain himself explains three more of them http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=mOJxQ7umeVw. I believe “N” is the one that is presently operative.

  21. #41 –

    I think this problem really started to get bad when Most Favored Nation Trading Status was granted to China. I think this was in the H.W. Bush #41 admin, and permanent status was added in 1998 under Clinton.

    BC – following “that trail” you could / should include Nixon…………..

  22. #40
    Reading Thomas Sowell always has a calming effect on me. That’s the kindest treatment of Rick Perry I’ve seen since he started flubbing in the debates.

  23. #43 – Still no Cowgirl fan here – but I gotta give Romo his props – he played pretty well as banged up as he is – rib injuries HURT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  24. Must be nice to have the power to read people’s minds.

    Your lesson for today: Learn the definition of “unless”.

    But let’s clear this up before we go any further. You (and the mouse in your pocket) seem to be continually implying that I am part of this mythical establishment so let me make this clear: I’m not a part of any organized political group. I’m not a registered Republican or Democrat. I’m not a member of any of the various Tea Party groups. I haven’t announced my support for any candidate, declared or otherwise. In fact, I have no formal political affiliations whatsoever and it has been that way since I turned 18. So please refrain from categorizing me in any of your paranoid delusional establishment fantasies.

  25. But let’s clear this up before we go any further. You (and the mouse in your pocket) seem to be continually implying that I am part of this mythical establishment so let me make this clear: I’m not a part of any organized political group.

    Let’s just say that based on recent statements, you’re in no danger of hearing Rush Limbaugh say something on Monday that you posted here on Sunday.

    I haven’t announced my support for any candidate, declared or otherwise.

    Niether have I, but that doesn’t stop you from claiming that you know who i support.

    In fact, I have no formal political affiliations whatsoever and it has been that way since I turned 18. So please refrain from categorizing me in any of your paranoid delusional establishment fantasies.

    Let’s make a deal, then:

    I’ll refrain from categorizing your political affiliations based on your statements here, and you stop making evaluations of my mental health based on the same information.

  26. I’m not a part of any organized political group. I’m not a registered Republican or Democrat. I’m not a member of any of the various Tea Party groups. I haven’t announced my support for any candidate, declared or otherwise. In fact, I have no formal political affiliations whatsoever and it has been that way since I turned 18

    Commitment problems, eh?
    :)

  27. #53 Nah, I hate ‘em all. Just some more than others. I’m just tired of this sanctimonious blather coming from someone who, until recently (and just as sanctimoniously), rode the Republican train wherever it took him.

  28. Either that or nobody will take him.

    That could be it. During the last senatorial district convention I got the distinct impression the Six Flags Over Jesus duopoly of the party didn’t much care for mackerel snappers. I even got a (I swear) “some of my best friends are Catholics” assurance.

  29. Or do all the “right people” already have microchip implants?

    We just have that aura of righteousness.

    You wouldn’t understand.

  30. Pretty strange.
    Fifty one years ago the question was, “Can a Catholic get elected President?”
    Now the question is, “Could a Catholic get elected in a Harris County Republican primary?”

  31. Do you now have to declare your religious affiliation at the door?

    Not yet, but I got asked by several precinct judges where I went to church.

  32. Let’s just say that based on recent statements, you’re in no danger of hearing Rush Limbaugh say something on Monday that you posted here on Sunday.

    Heh. That’s great! Because Rush is The Establishment’s pit bull. If he said something I said that would make me a tool of The Establishment.

  33. #78 Pyro: I really wish they would send ship close to the US and make some vaguely threatening move, we could use a few more artificial reefs out there off the Atlantic coast.

  34. OK, I’m at a loss for words,….this is sooo wrong on so many levels, have we as a society sunk this low? I’m talking ’bout the show, guests etc,…..CLICK if you dare, BUTT remember, you’ve been warned……Sigh

  35. Top heavy, huh?

    Well yes,…and bottom heavy,…well just dang HEAVY! If you were her, wouldn’t you want to lose a couple of hundred pounds before you made a fool out of yourself?….just axing.

  36. #22

    This is why they don’t let too many wimmins drive race cars.

    Comments:

    This wouldn’t have happened if she’d of stayed in the kitchen.

    :P

  37. I found this while surfing:

    How to Impress a Woman

    Compliment her,
    cuddle her,
    kiss her,
    caress her,
    love her,
    stroke her,
    tease her,
    comfort her,
    protect her,
    hug her,
    hold her,
    spend money on her,
    wine & dine her,
    buy things for her,
    listen to her,
    care for her,
    stand by her,
    support her,
    go to the ends of the earth for her….

    How to Impress a Man

    Show up naked.
    Bring beer.

  38. #84 – SD from your link – one of the commenters:

    BUT WE FAIL TO CONSIDER ANOTHER “SNIPER” – THE US NAVY’S BATTLESHIP(s)

    TRY A ~2700 LB PROJECTILE FIRED FROM A MOVING (IN ALL 3 AXES) PLATFORM LANDING IN A SOMEWHAT LESS THAN 100 ft CIRCLE AT 12 + MILES. . . . .

    THAT’s SHOOTING !! (AND THEY COULD DO IT 9 AT A TIME!!)

  39. #89 TT

    go to the ends of the earth for her….

    Dr Laura Schlessinger had a cute phrase: a man who would swim through shark-infested water to bring you a lemonade.

  40. Speaking of snipers, I was driving west on 20th in the Heights last week and noticed a new condo complex, one of the multitudes that have replaced hundreds of the old bungalows in the Heights. The name of this complex is Sniper Hill.

  41. Fifty one years ago the question was, “Can a Catholic get elected President?”
    Now the question is, “Could a Catholic get elected in a Harris County Republican primary?”

    LOL!

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