Tuesday, January 4, 2011


''Democracy,'' the man said, his voice rising to lift each word to greater prominence. ''Whiskey. And sexy!''


To give up something formerly held dear; renounce;
to leave altogether; abandon.

"We will call out those who suppress ideas and serve as a voice for those who are voiceless. There is no right more fundamental than the ability to choose your leaders and determine your destiny.  Don’t stand idly by, don’t be silent, when dissidents elsewhere are imprisoned and protesters are beaten.  Recall your own history.  Because part of the price of our own freedom is standing up for the freedom of others."

Sweet! 44 is unassing the Bystander in Chief mode coldly displayed while Persia's Revolutionary Guard and Beseeji boys beat people in the street. 

Yet, in truth, 44 and his super powered Team of Rivals have actually acted more like a democrazy retardent

Response to events - like the crackdowns in Bahrain, electile chicanery in Belarus and Pyramidland, along with Comrade Hugo's Sovietation of Venezuela - have all been shockingingly realpolitik to the nth - embracing autocratic naughtiness in pursuit of 'stability' - shamefully forsaking Great Satan's built in penchant for despotry destruction.

Of all the things that forsaking democrazy promotion and projection create - 'stability' ain't on the list! In fact - a return to the ancient pre911 mindset practically guarantees heartache.

"For decades, successive U.S. administrations have preferred stability over democracy in the Arab world. We have seen the result: a superficial stability that has encouraged the growth of extremism, terrorism, and anti-Americanism. When all opposition is suppressed, the forces of change go underground -- and that is where radicalism thrives."

An authentic American foreign policy by design must reject amorality and pessimism; it ditches any boring, weak willed, weak minded and dangerously out of date notion and commotions of bindings, limits or constraints in her naturally magnetic attraction of the unfree from every curve of the globe.

And actively strive to get rid of every unfree regime on the planet by 2025

"...Conventional wisdom of the past has been flawed--we should not have sacrificed our ideals for convenience;  Dictatorships produce inordinate amounts of collateral damage that threatens the West, from genocide and mass migrations to disease, famine, and crime.

"...There is a business case to be made for ending U.S. support for dictatorships, in that business can profit more from stable democratic regimes over the long-term; and lastly, that the U.S. should sanction dictators, not their peoples, and we can begin by denying them and all their cronies visas for shopping expeditions in the US. 

 Since Great Satan is created out of universal principles, how can Americans practice amoral indifference when those principles are getting blitzed all about the globe?

And, if she were to profess indifference, how can she dodge the impish implication that her creation principles are not universal?

Pic - "Never accept dictatorships as the least bad alternative "with the "Best Dang Thing"


SecondComingOfBast said...

Ah, but while little Pharoah is chillin' in Sphinxville, maybe we should allow him free reign over Pyramidland so he won't feel pressed to let chaos co-opt the Copts because of his electile dysfunction discomposure. Maybe its his way of practicing safe elex. lol.

Bartender Cabbie said...

Whiskey and sexy. I had forgotten about that. I can't wait for the weekend myself and try a bit of the same.

SecondComingOfBast said...

I've restrained myself thus far, but I had to steal this pic. Just don't know yet how I'm going to use it, but its coming. Where do you find these?