A post by Maynard
It gets crazier with each passing day. Today we learned that Obama has proclaimed NASA’s new foremost task is to reach out to the Muslim world and make the Muslim people feel good about their historic contribution to science. As far as actual space flight goes, it seems NASA won’t go into space anymore beyond low Earth orbit, although it may form partnerships with other nations for this purpose.
Meanwhile, on the home front, Obama allies himself with foreign invaders and declares war on Arizona. Reading from his teleprompter, he declared the marauders who murdered Arizona rancher Robert Krentz to be the kind of immigrants that made America great, very much like (Obama’s examples) Albert Einstein and Andrew Carnegie. It goes without saying that anyone questioning Obama on this point must be a racist.
I’m not weighing in on the “birther” thing, but the plain fact is the President is not acting like an American. If there were any integrity at all in Washington, this would upset the Democrats even more than it angers the Republicans. My challenge to Democrats (and Republicans too) is this: It’s high time you started putting your nation ahead of your party. Because if we lose the nation, it hardly matters which party prevails.
When it hurts too much to cry, maybe it’s time to laugh. Lord knows we’re saturated by cheap shots, and I wouldn’t want to be accused of adding to the cacophony. But sometimes something strikes me as worthy of mention. I stumbled across this:
This came from the “Right Change” website. Has anyone ever heard of these people? Someone pointed me to their political parody of “Money for Nothing” by Dire Straits, which is also most excellent. (By the way, here is the true “Money for Nothing” video, and there’s also this Weird Al parody.)
I guess I’m just a sucker for this style of parody. And it helps that I’m familiar with the selected tunes. (Are they still in vogue with mainstream America, or am I showing my age here?) I’ll leave it to you guys to figure out whether this website is worthy of further promotion.