Friday, February 22, 2008

this Kessler has a strange notion of greatness - The Real Barack Obama -- I tend to agree with Michelle, here. I haven't been too proud of America myself, lately, for about the last 40 years, since somewhere right around the ramping up of the sellout of our generation in the RVN conflict and that massive betrayal of public trust we now know as The Great Society.

We need to put whack jobs like this Kessler, the "Washington Insider," on notice that it is not "anti-American" to criticize and be dissatisfied with--to be unhappy about and ashamed of--the current state of affairs in this country and in our government, our culture, and our media.

I am beginning to see why "Washington Insiders" might be a little disturbed by the turn the community dialogue is taking; their little weasel world is about to change back to one of true American values. Don't blink; it's going to happen really fast.


  1. Moi 'tis soooo proud to be a.....human, not.

    Stay on groovin' safari,

  2. Moi be so fascinated by this new argot, yes.

    Safari continues, driving deep into Little Egypt, like Rommel.