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Saturday, December 24, 2011

Did they call us fools?

Yes, they did.

Holy crap, America.  Even the former idiots in the Czech Republic are laughing at us.  Please don't be stupid enough to vote for this nitwit again.

DECADE- from CZECH REPUBLIC OBSERVER......"The danger to 
America is not Barack Obama but a citizenry capable of entrusting an 
inexperienced man like him with the Presidency. It will be far easier to 
limit and undo the follies of an Obama Presidency than to restore the necessary 
common sense and good judgment to a depraved electorate willing to have such a 
man for their President. The problem is much deeper and far more serious 
than Mr. Obama, who is a mere symptom of what ails America . Blaming the 
prince of the fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools 
that made him their prince. The Republic can survive a Barack 
Obama. It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools such as those 
who made him their President."


  1. So much for all that "Obama is going to restore America's respect among nations" line of bullshit the libnuts were parroting non-stop.

    Even ultra lefty Hugo Chavez said,

    "Obama is clown and an embarrassment who has turned the United States into a disaster".

    I guess that any country that doesent recognize a race card as an excuse for failure or, as immunity to criticism is able to call it like they see it.

  2. Tenth,

    I don't dispute the sentiment expressed in those words - but I haven't been able to find the actual source. It does seem to have the blogosphere afire. Must ring true for most of us.

  3. I believe that it was the late great Pres. Havel of Czech that wrote that shortly after zero's immaculation.

  4. I love that quote. It really nails it!
    Merry Christmas!

  5. Havel was right. The parasites and the idiots who could care less as long as American Idol is on now outnumber us. I take no joy in this prediction but we are well and truly screwed.

    Guns, ammo, food. Make sure you are well stocked up.

  6. An Anti-American quote, published by a unknown German language paper, distributed in a Country where they don't speak German, quoting an unknown person.

    And now republished by someone calling themselves a patriot and aggrandized by a collection of rapscallions. Well, I'm impressed.

  7. Nope, that was too well written and, punctuated to have been spawned from Jeffio's hand but, I'm sure it dwells in the same flock of moonbats.

  8. -Sepp,

    I agree - too many twenty-five cent words to be written by Jeff.

  9. Tenth,

    Notice that anonymous doesn't dispute the truth of the statement - just a drive-by insult. It's probably Mud_PILE. His life is meaningless without you.

  10. Well aren't we full of ourselves?

  11. All snark, no balls and, even less substance.

    He's been circle-jerking at the moonbat cave for so long that actually putting up a decent counter arguement to anything is impossible for him anymore.
    So, this is what we get...the geriatric version of a 5 year old sticking his tongue out at the grown ups who aren't giving him enough attention.

  12. I guess you're too smart to notice YOU ARE THE ONE with no substance. Or didn't you notice the beginning statement:

    "Holy crap, America. Even the former idiots in the Czech Republic are laughing at us."

    It was pointed out that the "idiots" of the Czech Republic are NOT the ones who made the statement attributed to them. Try to pay attention and not drift from the topic at hand. If you ever picked up a newspaper you'd already know that the sentiment expressed in the quote is actually the sentiment shared by most Europeans of former U.S. President George W. Bush.

    (You talk about "circle-jerking, then mention "a 5 year old"; sounds to me like somebody has issues.)

  13. Hey Opaque_PILE,

    It would be nice to contrast how the Europeans feel about George W. Bush now with how they like Barack Obama. Of course Obama bowed (literally and figuratively) to European leaders and carried their water over that Libyan deal - maybe they prefer a weak American President who will protect their oil supply.

    However, they might be thinking now that having a real leader in America wasn't such a bad thing after all.

  14. I'm wondering exactly what "sentiment" you're imagining the Europeans have for Obama.

    They certainly don't love him as the press here would have you believe in fact, pretty much everyone I'd talked to the SIX times I've been over there since 2009 seem to see him as incompetent and untrustable.
    An oily version of George Bush and, dishonesty with a better smile were the last descriptors.

    Don't expect many Obama statues to be errected in any of those countries that broke away from Obama's marxist ideals.

    They just got done removing the statues of the last idiot over there who thought that way.