Rosie O’Donnell: Summer Lovin’ Commie Thug Tactics.

It turns out that the Woody Allen dictator itch has claimed another victim: Rosie O’Donnell. One would think that after being used for intellectual target practice by Magnum PI that Rosie would give the moral pedestal pontificating a rest. I guess not. Communist summer lovin’ on Rosie’s radio show went as follows:

EUAN MORTON: This is a ridiculous idea, ’cause we don’t live in a utopian, what’s the word, communist society, but wouldn’t you just love to have the federal government and I know people talk about big government and all the rest of it, it’s just nonsense, I’d love to have the federal government take over the oil companies, use the money to give our children free education, and then in the future we can educate our children to start doing things like solar power, wind power…

O’DONNELL: …James Carville said the best thing. He said Obama needs to come down here and tell BP, ‘I’m your daddy, I am takin’ it over’, but they haven’t been able to do it […]

Why are the same people who were terrified that Bush was ordering government agents to see how many times you checked out Dr. Seuss books for your kid at the public library suddenly wetting themselves like excited puppies at the thought of an Obama-Stalin reincarnation? And why are the same people who got upset during the presidential campaign at the insinuation Obama would consolidate more power in Washington now drooling like Pavlovian dogs when someone talks of “Hugo Chavez on ideological HGH” tactics here at home?

If Rosie wasn’t such a True Believer she’d know that simply throwing money at a problem doesn’t fix it. There is plenty of good research on Education and Healthcare to make her think twice about the liberal worldview. But Rosie has never read Eric Hoffer and she doesn’t care about what the data actually says because (by her own admission) she yearns for own personal dictator-thug.

Good luck with that, Rosie. Perhaps you and Woody Allen can get married, have kids, and then inculcate them with the great intentions of Commie thugs throughout history (we’ll just forget about body count).

Oh, wait, that will never happen because you’re…you, and he sleeps with his adopted daughter. Never mind.

Kanye West: Protest Impact Impaired by Really Big Sunglasses, Doofus Quotient.

It turns out that Kanye West of “George Bush Hates Black People” fame is coming

Zack de la Rocha teams up with Kanye West to protest Arizona...even though Zack dreams of forcibly removing Kanye from his mansion and giving it to "the people of the sun."

out with a brand new album, but the same old stupidity is on display with his decision to join Sound Strike—a musical boycott of Arizona over its new immigration law.

Sound Strike has been put together by Zack de la Roca. You might know him from Rage Against the Machine, a band that churned out hard rock albums with an Aztlán-twist:

With their borders and boots on top of us
Pullin’ knobs on the floor of their toxic metropolis
So how you gonna get what you need ta get?
The gut eaters, drenched get offensive like that
When the fifth sun sets get back reclaim
The spirit of Cuahtemoc alive an untamed
Now face the funk now blastin’ out ya
The vulture tried to steal your name but now you got a gun
Ya this is for the people of the sun

Its comin’ back around again
This is for the people of the sun
Its comin’ back around again

Something tells me that in de la Rocha’s perfect world, guys like Kanye have their LA mansions confiscated and handed over to their “rightful” owners…(which doesn’t include successful black rappers, Sonic Youth, or most of the other artists taking part in moral pedestal back-patting boycotts).

I’ve talked about Arizona’s immigration bill at length, and sometimes it even pains me to do it. No fair-minded person can say that I’m an ideologue on the subject. But it’s laughable to me that de la Rocha, a guy whose true feelings on the issue would repulse most Americans, is trying to pass himself off as a voice of reason.

And it’s even more ridiculous that Kanye West, after further solidifying his place in the hallowed halls of musically-talented jackasses throughout history with the Taylor Swift fiasco, would have the nerve to cast himself as the arbiter of what’s acceptable and what deserves a boycott when it comes to anything.

Hey Kanye, shouldn’t you be locked in your room contemplating conspiracy theories about the government concocting AIDS to kill people?

Before you ask me to get a job today, can I at least get a raise on a minimum wage?/And I know the government administered AIDS/
So I guess we just pray like the minister say/ Allah o Akbar and throw em some hot cars…

I heard em say you had a single that just dropped. Power, I believe it’s called:

No one man should have all that power…The clocks ticking I just count the hours/Stop tripping, I’m tripping off the powder/’Till then [F] that, the world’s ours…they say I was the abomination of Obama’s nation…

You’re right, Kanye. That’s why it surprises me that you voted for Obama with the same fervor that produces Woody Allen dictatorship dreams and George Lopez mean streaks. Oh, wait, you were on “powder.” I guess you have something in common with Billie Joe Gravity Bong of Green Day…

I’ll see you at the BP Oil Relief Concert for the fisherman affected by the environmental disaster. And I fully expect you to take part in a mumbling, stumbling, trembling diatribe like you did with Bush during Hurricane Katrina. I won’t hold my breath though because we all know it’s Reagan’s fault (at least, that’s what the liberals who find my blog are typing into search engines…)

You don’t have power, Kanye…unless power is measured by the pairs of really big sunglasses you own. And you don’t have influence…unless influence is measured in non-voters who spend their time on Youtube defending you over your latest unforced error public embarrassment.

Students See Greece Enter Eighth Circle of Hell, Realize Profs Lied about Liberalism.

Roger L. Simon has an interesting piece over at Pajamas Media about the Culture Wars:

Woody Allen told Spain’s La Vanguardia that it would be a good idea if Barack Obama could be dictator for a “few years” to overcome obstructionist Republicans. Just a few days later, Friedman fantasized, on Meet the Press yet, that the solution to America’s problems might be to be more like China.

These are liberals? Well, you might say, and you might be right (pace Jonah Goldberg), that this has been their unspoken attitude all along. But publicly, this is crazy stuff. It’s self-destructive…

…Liberalism, as we have known it for decades, is on the defensive. With the welfare state unsustainable, it has nowhere to turn and its adherents are turning tail in every direction.

If you’ve read my blog in recent days you know how I feel about Woody “I sleep with my adopted daughter-turned-wife and I’m okay with it” Allen. However, I don’t want to be too quick on the draw in regards to whatever is happening with the public’s perception of liberalism.  No one wants to become the conservative James Carville, predicting “40 years” of control and then having that prediction crumble before your book hits the bargain bin at your local bookstore.

With that said, I will reiterate what I’ve said before: technology is the conservative’s friend. Barack Obama knows it. The New York Times and any number of liberal race-baiters on their payroll know it. And every liberal who thinks they can scare voters into thinking the Elusive Teaparty Racist Bigfoot is more of a threat to the nation than entitlement spending on methamphetamines knows it.

Students have been taught for years that Europe and its Nanny State satellite sucklers are what we should aspire to be. Now the kids find out their overpaid prof from New Jersey was not telling them the whole story. You know…the part where Greece enters the Eighth Circle of Hell.

Students have been taught for years that “all cultures are equal” (particularly those with a penchant for raising Grade A jihadi whack jobs). Well, it turns out—in case those students didn’t use the internet to watch innocent civilians get their heads chopped off—that those other cultures get all itchy when they watch cartoons, and instead of buying a product with some good antihistamines, they threaten to kill people.

Liberalism is a lie. Their magical utopia is a lie. Al Sharpton’s Communist fantasies are lies. And social media platforms all allow for individuals like you and I to tell everyone about it in detail. In gloriously and honestly researched detail that anyone with a modicum of impartiality in them can understand.

All that’s required of us is to articulate conservatism in ways that our friends, family, and community leaders understand. That’s no easy task, but it’s extremely motivating. So get to it!

Woody Allen Dreams of Obama Dictatorship While Sleeping Next to Daughter-Wife.

I wish we lived in a world where liberal guys like me could be dictators. Then people wouldn’t give me such a hard time about schtupping my daughter.

Thank you, Woody Allen. Thank you for demonstrating quite nicely what conservatives have been saying for years: liberalism naturally brings about despotism. People who think you can “plan” economies get frustrated with their failures, and instead of admitting to the ridiculousness of the idea in the first place, they blame those failures on not having enough power at their disposal. Note our sad liberal Hollywood friend lamenting freedom:

“It would be good…if (Obama) could be dictator for a few years because he could do a lot of good things quickly.” — Woody Allen

Woody Allen has obviously not familiarized himself with Friedrich Hayek. I suppose he just possesses the Joy Behar smart gene that is bequeathed upon all liberal “second-hand dealers in ideas.” Or maybe he’s too busy familiarizing himself with an adopted daughter-turned-wife?  Regardless, I think my readers would do well by themselves to read The Road to Serfdom as soon as possible:

“Planning leads to dictatorship because dictatorship is the most effective instrument of coercion and, as such, essential if central planning on a large scale is to be possible…Just as the democratic statesman who sets out to plan economic life will soon be confronted with the alternative of either assuming dictatorial powers or abandoning his plans, so the totalitarian leaders would soon have to choose between disregard of ordinary morals and failure,” (Hayek, The Road to Serfdom).

I particularly like this last line because if there was ever any doubt that he was talking about Woody Allen Liberals—it’s gone after that last line. Doing away with ordinary morals, you say Friedrich? You mean, like a guy who beds his own daughter? As Sarah Palin would say, “You Betcha!” Woody Allen craves a dictator because he wishes he could be one. Dictators are “smart” (like Woody), and as an added benefit they get to kill people who make a peep when you sleep with your adopted daughter.

Guess what, Woody: I would never want to belong to a “club” with you as a member.

Thank God there’s plenty of people out there who are still smart enough to resist liberalism, political opportunists, and a landscape littered with men lacking principles.