Tuesday, July 23, 2019 16:11


– Elphaba

I read with interest an opinion piece by Michael Goodwin in The New York Post entitled, “US is too Dumb to Know O is Always Right.”  I think that we are finally starting to have our “V” For Vendetta moment, where the masses are watching the O’s speeches with incredulous faces, uttering the word, “bullocks!”  Anyone paying attention has got to know they’re being lied to, in the worst possible way.  Goodwin states that he turned his television set off half way through the presidential blah-blah-blah:

Enough. He is the Man Who Won’t Listen to Anybody, so why should anybody listen to him?

Tuning out and turning off the president does not fill me with gladness. He cannot be ignored.

But for now, I will leave that unhappy duty to others. I am tired of Barack Obama. There’s nothing new there. His speeches are like “Groundhog Day.”

I already have my “Who is John Galt?” sticker.  Now I need my mask.  How about you?



7 Responses to “Bollocks!”

  1. SineSilverwing says:

    I’m with you. We have to make him a one-term President. I’m leaning toward Herman Cain, right now: he talks well, understands both business and money, sings gospel and wants to shut down the IRS, replacing the income tax with the Fair Tax.

    I like the Fair Tax a lot. It eliminates the need for all withholding in your paycheck. You get to take home your gross pay, not the net, which for me would be a 35% raise. Paying a 23% tax on retail purchases of new goods (nothing used or previously owned is taxable under the Fair Tax) would hardly hurt. Plus, the government pays everyone a “prebate” at the beginning of every month that is a refund of the tax you can be expected to pay for basic survival (food, clothing, shelter) that month, so poor people don’t effectively pay any tax.

    I like Herman Cain. He’s not a religious fanatic but he has his own religion. He has run and rescued corporations and he served as the head of the Federal Reserve (in Kansas City, I believe). He was diagnosed with stage 4 kidney cancer about five years ago and refused to give up: he’s tough and he’s been through that personal fire that strengthens people and helps them set personal priorities. He’s cancer free, now, and no one can explain it. 🙂

    Have you got a candidate you’re following?

    • Elphaba says:

      Herman is my man! I like him a lot, and agree with everything you say about him. I respect him and I think he’d do a fantastic job. It’s going to be hell cleaning up after the pile of shite that Obama will leave behind.

  2. Someone should track the sales of those masks…could serve as a new economic indicator. 🙂

  3. cmblake6 says:

    I’ll for damn sure vote Herman Cain. I have listened to him talk, I’ve looked at a bit of his history, and he is an excellent choice!

    And I think I’ll be looking on Amazon and E-Bay for a Guy Fawkes mask to wear with my brown coat.

  4. John Galt?? I’m ready to go Hank Reardon here 😉

    • Wiccapundit says:

      I feel like I’m more of a Ragnar Danneskjold kind of guy. Pirate and all, you know.

      Q: Why does Mal Reynolds beat Han Solo?

      A: Mal ALWAYS shoots first.

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