Friday, February 27, 2009

Difference in Cruise & Ballistic Missiles

Because they do not burn oxygen from the air, ballistic missiles can fly beyond earth’s atmosphere. Long range ballistic missiles spend a majority of their flight time in the vaccum of space. Short-range ballistic missiles, because they can fly where there is little or no air resistance, can reach speeds up to 20 or more times the speed of sound—some 15,000 miles per hour (7km/sec)—speeds which allow ballistic missiles to go between continents. A missile is called ballistic because, just as one would throw a ball or spear, the rocket’s engine gives the missile an initial push, after which its flight is affected only by gravity. Ballistic missiles do not fly. They go up, and they come down.

Ballistic missiles are not to be confused with cruise missiles. The former are unmanned projectiles; the latter are pilotless airplanes, either remote controlled or pre-programmed. They fly through the air, and only through the air. The engines of cruise missiles, like those of aircraft, burn oxygen from the air. Like all other kinds of aircraft, cruise missiles are held up by the flow of air over their wings. Their engines work throughout the flight, not just at the beginning. Cruise missiles fly horizontally rather than in arches, reach only about twice the speed of sound, and typically travel from tens to hundreds of miles. More here:

The thing that got me thinking about this was this article:

In an exclusive interview with ABC News' Martha Raddatz, Adm. Timothy Keating, head of the U.S. Pacific Commands, said that the military is prepared to shoot down any North Korean ballistic missile -- if President Obama should give the order.

"If a missile leaves the launch pad we'll be prepared to respond upon direction of the president," Keating told ABC News. "I'm not a betting man but I'd go like 60/40, 70/30 that it will, they will attempt to launch a satellite. There's equipment moving up there that would indicate the preliminary stages of preparation for a launch. So I'd say it's more than less likely." More here:

The Klown Loves Dilbert


Found the Dilbert cartoon at TYWKIWDBI:

Yep, I think we're finally there


“The power of collecting and disbursing money at pleasure is the most dangerous power that can be intrusted to man…” –Tennessee congressman Davey Crockett, 1828

JB Williams, Canada Free Press: When Those Who Don’t Pay Taxes Run the Nation.

According to the IRS, as of the 2006 federal tax reports, 97.01% of all federal taxes collected are paid by the top 50% of income earners in the nation. The bottom 50% of income earners pay only 2.99% of the federal tax haul, most paying nothing at all or getting “tax refunds” for taxes they never paid to begin with.

The break point is only $32,000 annual income. Below this income you are considered too poor to pay taxes, and above this income, you are one of “the rich” who is expected to pick up the tab for the half of the country that do not pay taxes.

Half of the nation (the greedy), pay for the other half of the nation, (the cheated.)

This item alone is what divides America today and it is the only significant difference between the political right which represents the taxpayers, and the political left which panders only to those who have come to believe that they are entitled to the earnings and private property of others.

Until 2006, the majority of voters were taxpayers. As of 2006, and for the foreseeable future, the majority of voters are thieves in search of access to other people’s money and property…

46% of Americans voted against the new “progressive” rush into unbridled secular socialism in the 2008 election. Had Republicans not governed like Democrats since 2004, and had they put forth a serious presidential candidate in 2008, this number would have been much larger.

Still, even with the weakest candidate since Bob Dole in 1996, nearly half of the nation voted against the leftist government now in charge. That’s hardly a “mandate” for drastic “change.”

But more importantly, this 46% represent the “taxpayers” of America, the folks who pick up the tab for all the nonsense and waste that is our federal government today.

They are now outnumbered by the people in search of access to their earnings and assets, all of whom showed up at the polls in record numbers to give Marxists the power to take property from “the greedy” and redistribute those assets to “the cheated.”

Those seeking “free-stuff” from the earnings of others, now rule over those who pay 97.01% of the federal tab already.

From Red Planet Cartoons:

Post Secret


I reckon not


Rules for gunfighting


Drill Sergeant Frick's Rules For Un-armed Combat.

1. Never be unarmed.

Drill Sergeant Joe B. Fricks Rules For A Gunfight

He has 28 rules - here are some samples:

1. Forget about knives, bats and fists. Bring a gun. Preferably, bring at least two guns. Bring all of your friends who have guns. Bring four times the ammunition you think you could ever need.

6. If you can choose what to bring to a gunfight, bring a semi or full-automatic long gun and a friend with a long gun.

8. If you are not shooting, you should be communicating, reloading, and running. Yell "Fire!" Why "Fire"? Cops will come with the Fire Department, sirens often scare off the bad guys, or at least cause then to lose concentration and will.... and who is going to summon help if you yell "Intruder," "Glock" or "Winchester?"

10. Someday someone may kill you with your own gun, but they should have to beat you to death with it because it is empty. (The Klown's favorite.)

11. Stretch the rules. Always win. The only unfair fight is the one you lose. The rest of the rules here:

Found it at Andy's blog:

Friday Pins

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Friday Presidents - Andrew Jackson


7. ANDREW JACKSON 1829-1837

More nearly than any of his predecessors, Andrew Jackson was elected by popular vote; as President he sought to act as the direct representative of the common man.

Born in a backwoods settlement in the Carolinas in 1767, he received sporadic education. But in his late teens he read law for about two years, and he became an outstanding young lawyer in Tennessee. Fiercely jealous of his honor, he engaged in brawls, and in a duel killed a man who cast an unjustified slur on his wife Rachel. Nee.

Jackson prospered sufficiently to buy slaves and to build a mansion, the Hermitage, near Nashville. He was the first man elected from Tennessee to the House of Representatives, and he served briefly in the Senate. A major general in the War of 1812, Jackson became a national hero when he defeated the British at New Orleans.

In 1824 some state political factions rallied around Jackson; by 1828 enough had joined "Old Hickory" to win numerous state elections and control of the Federal administration in Washington.

In his first Annual Message to Congress, Jackson recommended eliminating the Electoral College. He also tried to democratize Federal officeholding. Already state machines were being built on patronage, and a New York Senator openly proclaimed "that to the victors belong the spoils. . . . "

Jackson took a milder view. Decrying officeholders who seemed to enjoy life tenure, he believed Government duties could be "so plain and simple" that offices should rotate among deserving applicants.

As national politics polarized around Jackson and his opposition, two parties grew out of the old Republican Party--the Democratic Republicans, or Democrats, adhering to Jackson; and the National Republicans, or Whigs, opposing him.

Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, and other Whig leaders proclaimed themselves defenders of popular liberties against the usurpation of Jackson. Hostile cartoonists portrayed him as King Andrew I.

Behind their accusations lay the fact that Jackson, unlike previous Presidents, did not defer to Congress in policy-making but used his power of the veto and his party leadership to assume command.

The greatest party battle centered around the Second Bank of the United States, a private corporation but virtually a Government-sponsored monopoly. When Jackson appeared hostile toward it, the Bank threw its power against him.

Clay and Webster, who had acted as attorneys for the Bank, led the fight for its recharter in Congress. "The bank," Jackson told Martin Van Buren, "is trying to kill me, but I will kill it!" Jackson, in vetoing the recharter bill, charged the Bank with undue economic privilege.

His views won approval from the American electorate; in 1832 he polled more than 56 percent of the popular vote and almost five times as many electoral votes as Clay.

Jackson met head-on the challenge of John C. Calhoun, leader of forces trying to rid themselves of a high protective tariff.

When South Carolina undertook to nullify the tariff, Jackson ordered armed forces to Charleston and privately threatened to hang Calhoun. Violence seemed imminent until Clay negotiated a compromise: tariffs were lowered and South Carolina dropped nullification.

In January of 1832, while the President was dining with friends at the White House, someone whispered to him that the Senate had rejected the nomination of Martin Van Buren as Minister to England. Jackson jumped to his feet and exclaimed, "By the Eternal! I'll smash them!" So he did. His favorite, Van Buren, became Vice President, and succeeded to the Presidency when "Old Hickory" retired to the Hermitage, where he died in June 1845.

From here:

Thursday, February 26, 2009

NewsBusted

The financial crisis - now do you get it?



Graphic artist Jonathan Jarvis has produced a short animated film describing the roots of our current economic crisis today. There have been numerous websites and cartoons attempting to explain the crisis, but this is one of the very best. To the point and easy to understand, there comes a point in the presentation when the reality of what will happen and what has happened will hit you. Comes in two parts (shown above).

Prepare your doom. All your base are gone. I don't think Obama has moved the Zig for great justice. Do YOU think the "stimulus package" is going to help?

Found it at Neatorama:

Help, help, catch the idiot


Michael Otero parked his new red truck in front of a convenience store in Laguna Beach, California and went inside for only a few minutes. When he returned, the truck was gone! Since he had left the keys in the ignition and the doors unlocked, Otero calls the cops to catch the idiot. Police watched the surveillance video and were able to identify the idiot. You can, too.

Found it at Neatorama:

lolterizt







From IMAO:

So is ALL bottled water ... please


From the Fail blog:

Broaden your horizons


Embrace multi-culturalism


Terrorist training camps inside the USA?


Found it at Moonbattery:

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Super objective jourrrrnalist

You know how the Dipshitocrats always had an official "response" aired after President Bush addressed a joint session of congress? Well, now that a Democrat is President, the Republicans aired a response last night after Obama spoke.

A totally fair, honest, and objective jourrrrnalist for MSNBC had a little comment as Bobby Jindal, the man who issued the Republican response, came to the microphone. I am sure this objective jourrrrnalist was interested in what the man had to say. I'm guessing it was either Chris Matthews or Keith Olbermann since they were the ones "covering" the event.
UPDATE: It was Chris Matthews, the slobbering, drooling, genius.

Here's the video.

50 Jobs, 50 States in a year? Man gives it a try

Make you wonder how you would file your taxes and piss off the IRS.


THERESA, Wis. – At a time when some people are having trouble finding one job, Daniel Seddiqui is lining up 50 — one in every state. Each job symbolizes the state's most famous industry, and each lasts one week — just long enough for the 26-year-old to appreciate the labor and explore the region. He's been a park ranger in Wyoming, a corn farmer in Nebraska and a wedding coordinator in Las Vegas. Last week, in Week 23 of his yearlong saga, he was a cheesemaker in southeast Wisconsin. He mixed ingredients, hoisted slabs of cheddar — and tasted plenty of his work. "I would say this was as hard as logging," he said Friday, referring to his stint as a logger in Oregon three months ago. "Everything here is done by hand so there's a lot of heavy lifting." Seddiqui, who grew up in Los Altos, Calif., insists his job-hopping isn't a gimmick. It's a legitimate effort to travel the U.S., learning about cultures across the country and developing a respect for what other people do, he said. For example, at his Nebraska job he was surprised that every farmer he met had a college degree.

Thanks for blocking reform of the GSE's


MURDOCH WARNS: NATIONS WILL BE REDEFINED, FUTURES ALTERED
Tue Feb 24 2009 08:36:39 ET

Media baron Rupert Murdoch issued an urgent internal communication late Monday, warning his staff: "We are in the midst of a phase of history in which nations will be redefined and their futures fundamentally altered."

MORE

The dramatic call comes as markets continue their plunge and the future of media becomes increasingly muddled.

"Many people will be under extreme pressure and many companies mortally wounded," Murdoch declared.

"Our competitors will be sorely tempted to take the easy beat, to reduce quality in the search for immediate dividends."

He continued: "Let me be very clear about our company: where others might step back from their commitment to their viewers, their users, readers and customers – we will renew ours.

"The direction of the business now and over the next few years will define the character of our company for decades." From Drudge:

Yep, you can thank the Dipshitocrats for blocking the Republicans' efforts to reform the GSE's (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac) for the housing crisis. Thanks, guys and gals. You're all such geniuses. You're for the poor folk. Something tells me the poor are going to be hurt the worst in this mess ... as has happened EVERY TIME before in the history of such things.

If only there were SOME WAY to predict this kind of thing. If only our founding fathers could have given us SOME HINT about the government interfering in free markets. Oh, woe is us ... if ONLY WE HAD KNOWN BETTER!!

Hey, chickenshits, talk more about race


WASHINGTON (AP) - Attorney General Eric Holder described the United States Wednesday as a nation of cowards on matters of race, saying most Americans avoid discussing unresolved racial issues. Uh, no shit, white peeps are sick and tired of being called racist (witch) at the drop of a fucking hat. Not wanting to lose our jobs or position in society, or provoke unnecessary hard feelings makes us chickenshits.

In a speech to Justice Department employees marking Black History Month, Holder said the workplace is largely integrated but Americans still self-segregate on the weekends and in their private lives. Speaking entirely for myself, I "segregate" myself from trouble- causing jackasses, of both colors, as much as possible.

"Though this nation has proudly thought of itself as an ethnic melting pot, in things racial we have always been and continue to be, in too many ways, essentially a nation of cowards," said Holder, nation's first black attorney general. Well, correct me if I'm wrong here but discussing "race" usually makes the white person wrong in the eyes of the media. Any little thing can be misconstrued and misrepresented leading to the loss of your livelihood. We've seen it over and over and we've finally "learned." Again, speaking for myself, I don't have the slightest interest in fighting, what is certainly to be, a losing battle.

Race issues continue to be a topic of political discussion, Holder said, but "we, as average Americans, simply do not talk enough with each other about race."

He urged people of all races to use Black History Month as a chance for frank talk about racial matters. Speaking for myself, I think "Black History Month" is a crock of shit. Remember the melting pot you talked about a couple of paragraphs ago? How much does "Black History Month" cost? Is it free?

"It is an issue we have never been at ease with and, given our nation's history, this is in some ways understandable," Holder said. "If we are to make progress in this area, we must feel comfortable enough with one another and tolerant enough of each other to have frank conversations about the racial matters that continue to divide us." More here:

Hey, Mr. Holder, I'm tired of talking about race ... it's the media and people like you that keep wanting to talk about race. I'm over it. If you want people to be equal, then let them be equal. Let the racists be racists ... they're ALWAYS going to be racists. Enough with them. Let's just let the chips fall where they fall. Oh, and let's also be brave enough to ignore (leave out) the facts of rampant black crime, anti-social behavior (not trying to melt in,) and speaking with a heavy idiot accent (think, "baby-daddy.") Is that frank enough for you?

All Sheep Aboard The Train

This is a real newsweek cover.





Do you get it yet sheep? It's over. The media won. You lost. Tough shit. We're here, we're commies, get used to it.

McCool went and McFucked up

Capt. Steve McCool of the Oklahoma City Police Department is seen in this file photo. McCool says an officer who wrongly pulled a man over last week and confiscated an anit-Barack Obama sign the man had on his vehicle misinterpreted the sign as threatening.

An Oklahoma City police officer wrongly pulled over a man last week and confiscated an anti-President Barack Obama sign the man had on his vehicle.

The officer misinterpreted the sign as threatening, said Capt. Steve McCool, of the Oklahoma City Police Department, and took the sign, which read "Abort Obama, not the unborn." More here:

Well I don't blame this fine officer for watching out for threats to our President. I guess all he has to do to prove his objectivity is to show us all the signs he confiscated for threatening President Bush. G'head, McCool, show them and shut their big mouths.

Finally, old,fat, & ugly is an advantage

WASHINGTON — For the first time, some airline passengers will skip metal detectors and instead be screened by body scanning machines that look through clothing for hidden weapons, the Transportation Security Administration said Tuesday.

An experimental program that begins today at Tulsa International Airport will test whether the $170,000 body scanners could replace $10,000 metal detectors that have screened airline passengers since 1973. Airports in San Francisco, Las Vegas, Miami, Albuquerque and Salt Lake City will join the test in the next two months, TSA spokesman Christopher White said.

The scanners aim to close a loophole by finding non-metallic weapons such as plastic and liquid explosives, which the TSA considers a major threat. The machines raise privacy concerns because their images reveal outlines of private body parts.

"We're getting closer and closer to a required strip-search to board an airplane," said Barry Steinhardt of the American Civil Liberties Union.

Privacy advocate Melissa Ngo fears that passengers won't understand that the scanners take vivid images that screeners view. More here:

Oh yes, I see what they mean now. It's exactly like looking at a Playboy/Girl magazine ... you know ... if you were almost blind with cataracts. Boo hoo -- Boo hoo, someone is going to see me naked ... sort of. Anyway, I finally have an advantage being old, fat, & ugly. They'll move me through there faster than a moose through Sarah Palin's yard. Sweet baby, sweet.

Fifth Column & Fourth Estate Defined

I often run across this term in my reading and usually understand from the context that it is generally a bad organization. Then I Googled 'er (someone used it referring to the New York Times) and found out what it really means and from whence it came. Now, you too, have this little piece of information.

How was the term "fifth column" coined?

A fifth column is a group of people who clandestinely undermine a larger group, such as a nation, to which it is regarded as being loyal.

The term originated with a 1936 radio address by Emilio Mola, an insurgent general during the 1936–39 Spanish Civil War. As his army approached Madrid, he broadcast a message that the four columns of his forces outside the city would be supported by a "fifth column" of his supporters inside the city, intent on undermining the Republican government from within (see Siege of Madrid).

In fact, this supposed "fifth column" did not prove very effective, as evidenced by the fact that Madrid held out until 1939 despite very heavy fighting. Nevertheless, the term caught on and was used extensively, especially by those fighting the Fascists and Nazis. It was especially in wide use in Britain in the early stages of the Second World War. There, fear of the "fifth Column" was used as justification for the mass internment, on the Isle of Man, of German nationals who were resident in the United Kingdom. From here:


Hey, as long as we're at it, why do they call the media "The Fourth Estate?"

The term Fourth Estate refers to the press. The term goes back at least to Thomas Carlyle in the first half of the 19th century. Thomas Macaulay used it in 1828.

Novelist Jeffrey Archer in his work The Fourth Estate made the observation: "In May 1789, Louis XVI summoned to Versailles a full meeting of the 'Estates General'. The First Estate consisted of three hundred clergy. The Second Estate, three hundred nobles. The Third Estate, six hundred commoners. Some years later, after the French Revolution, Edmund Burke, looking up at the Press Gallery of the House of Commons, said, 'Yonder sits the Fourth Estate, and they are more important (influential) than them all.'" More here:

Obama's Elf


This song will never be the same after this.

Found it at J-Walk

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Rio Dancer set Carnival record for baring nearly all

I guess the Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans would be boring after seeing this.



Dancer sets Carnival record for baring nearly all
Mon Feb 23, 4:22 pm ET
RIO DE JANEIRO – It's a record that can only be broken in Rio de Janeiro. A samba dancer has worn the smallest scrap of clothing ever in a Carnival parade. The O Globo newspaper said model Dani Sperle sported a sparkly silver headdress, a necklace, matching arm bands — and nothing else but a 3 centimeter (1.2-inch) long patch of cloth.
All in front of 80,000 Sambadrome specators early Monday morning.
That breaks the record set last year by Viviane Castro, whose covering was all of 4-centimeters (1.5 inches) long.
Judges last year penalized Castro for violating nudity limits. There's no word yet if Sperle's samba school will also lose points.
Copyright © 2009 The Associated Press.

When Evil Klown meets Uncle Buck

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It's on yer money - E Pluribus Unum


Translating E PLURIBUS UNUM

The general meaning of each Latin word is clear:
Pluribus is related to the English word: "plural."
Unum is related to the English word: "unit."

E Pluribus Unum describes an action: Many uniting into one. An accurate translation of the motto is "Out of many, one" – a phrase that elegantly captures the symbolism on the shield.

Yeah baby - I love it!

You know how it is when a woman wears a leather dress, a man's heart beats quicker, his throat gets dry, he gets weak in the knees, and he begins to think irrationally ???


Ever wonder why?

It's because she smells like a new golf bag!

Sent to me by my friend, Hector.

California AG = Jackass communist


California Attorney General Jerry Brown tells Michael Savage "a little state control over the media wouldn't hurt anybody"

"Won't hurt anybody?" Yes, I think they wrote that in the Constitution didn't they? I think I recall reading it in there somewhere ... "A little state control over the media won't hurt anybody." What a braying jackass.

Do I need to tell you he's a Communist Dipshitocrat? Do I need to tell you the Communists Dipshitocrats in Congress are going to try to pass this "Fairness Doctrine" law? Do I need to tell you it won't apply to NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, and the rest of the lib media? It will only be enforced against conservative talk radio. Yep, sounds "fair" to me.

More Berkeley Idiocy

Berkeley taxpayers fund sculpture of dogs shitting, fucking, and butt-sniffing.

The City of Berkeley last year paid artist Scott Donahue $196,000 to install two sculptural groups at either end of a new pedestrian bridge across the freeway on the city’s waterfront.


Ha, that's not all, they also have a huge "sculpture" of filthy hippies protesting. Extra funny for $196,000. Check the Zombie for more pics and commentary. The Klown LOVES The Zombie.

Fast swimmer dodges bullet

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - A South Carolina sheriff said Monday he was not going to charge swimmer Michael Phelps after a photo of the 14-time gold medalist showed him smoking from a marijuana pipe.

Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott said he couldn't ignore the photo but defended his investigation.

"Michael Phelps is truly an American hero ... but even with his star status, he is still obligated to obey the laws of our state," Lott said.

The photo showed Phelps smoking from a marijuana pipe at a party in November when he visited the University of South Carolina.

Phelps has called his judgment bad and said he would learn from his mistake.

This isn't the first embarrassing episode for Phelps after an Olympic triumph. In 2004, a few months removed from winning six gold and two bronze medals in Athens, the swimmer was arrested on a drunken driving charge at age 19. He pleaded guilty and apologized for the mistake. More here:

Yes, what an "embarrassing episode." It's a good thing this objective jourrrrnalist told us that a DUI is "embarrassing." Otherwise we might get the idea that DUI's are just a tool of a repressive communist government to get our money by charging us $10,000 for doing something almost as dangerous as talking on a cell phone while driving.

"We found that people are as impaired when they drive and talk on a cell phone as they are when they drive intoxicated at the legal blood-alcohol limit” of 0.08 percent, which is the minimum level that defines illegal drunken driving in most U.S. states, says study co-author Frank Drews, an assistant professor of psychology. “If legislators really want to address driver distraction, then they should consider outlawing cell phone use while driving.:

“This study does not mean people should start driving drunk,” says Drews. “It means that driving while talking on a cell phone is as bad as or maybe worse than driving drunk, which is completely unacceptable and cannot be tolerated by society." More here:

Ooooooo - impaired? Talking on a cell phone? Now THAT'S some extreme danger right there. Oh, and I always love it when some jackass injects a "... and what we found was ... " into a converstation. Ever notice? The libs are always "finding" things. Ohhhh, you "found it?" It was a "study?" Well then, it must be the truth.

From the Communist State of Oregon

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Five Oregon state lawmakers want to impose a hefty tax on beer and have introduced a bill that brewers say would cripple them.

Four Portland legislators joined a Springfield senator to introduce Oregon House Bill 2461, which would impose a $49.61 tax on each barrel of beer produced by Oregon brewers. (Huh? Have you ever seen a "barrel" of beer? What the hell is it? By the way, that is a 1900% increase of the current tax.)

The tax would raise revenue for the state at a time when budgets are running in the red. More here:

See? Now here's a tax I don't mind. I think we should just stop pussy-footing around and take ALL of the money from sinners. Seriously, why pick nits? Let's just take all their money and get it over with. I mean .. they're SINNERS for Christ's sake. Sinners should have to work and give ALL their excess money to the government ... I mean, they're only going to spend that money on sinning anyway ... right? Why should we let them do that?

Monday, February 23, 2009

I voted in this poll



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Once again, I voted with the clear majority.

Poll from Newsbusters:

It's Pie Week Somewhere

Hee Haw -- Hee Haw


Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) -- A glitch in satellite sensors caused scientists to underestimate the extent of Arctic sea ice by 500,000 square kilometers (193,000 square miles), a California- size area, the U.S. National Snow and Ice Data Center said.

The error, due to a problem called “sensor drift,” began in early January and caused a slowly growing underestimation of sea ice extent until mid-February. That’s when “puzzled readers” alerted the NSIDC about data showing ice-covered areas as stretches of open ocean, the Boulder, Colorado-based group said on its Web site. More here:

The Klown is hearing a familiar tune -- it's CIRCUS MUSIC. The thing is, facts don't matter to the libs. They aren't interested in science, they are interested in making laws that weaken capitalism and in making government as large as they possibly can. Never mind they screwed up by an area the SIZE OF CALIFORNIA.

It's starting to make more and more sense now why "scientists" are backing this. Where do you think these people get most of their money? This is how they make their living, by getting funds from the government. The bigger the government, the better their chances of extending their funding or in getting new projects approved. In my mind, I am rapidly starting to equate "scientists" with lawyers. It's disgusting.

Libs communing with nature

A woman was fighting for her life on Monday night following a bizarre attack by a pet chimpanzee.

CBS 2 HD has learned a lot more about the animal, who even had a history on television.

The chimpanzee, considered a fixture in the north Stamford community, turned into a monster on Monday afternoon, attacking a 55-year-old woman after she showed up at the home of the animal's owner, at 241 Rockrimmon Road.

"He bit both of her hands off and the cop told me he just kept eating her. It's terrible," said Lynne Mecca, a friend of the victim.

The 200-pound animal was a celebrity in Stamford. It appeared in TV commercials. People would stop to take photos with "Travis the chimp" as he was called.

But that all changed when it attacked Charla Nash, a friend of the animal's owner.

"The owner went into the kitchen, retrieved a long butcher knife and stabbed the chimp several times to assist her friend," Stamford Police Capt. Richard Conklin told CBS 2 HD.

The animal escaped into a wooded area, only to return when police arrived.

"The chimpanzee knocked the mirror off and tried to access the [police] car by opening the door," Capt. Conklin said.

As the animal tried to enter the vehicle, the officer in the driver's seat shot it several times in the chest.

Travis again escaped, (cop must have been a bad shot) but after a lengthy search ended inside the home, "a blood trail was followed to a room where it was found expired from the gunshot wounds," Conklin said.

Travis grew up in the house he died in. His aggressive action did not come as a surprise to one animal expert.

"Well, aggressive behavior in chimpanzees is very normal actually," Dr. E'Lise Christensen said. "So when they're in an environment filled with people, they don't have any other targets other than people to be aggressive towards." LMAO ... I shall translate Dr. E'Lise for the libs ... "What did you expect, you fucking idiots?"

The news of a lengthy and brutal attack came as a surprise to some. Neighbors told CBS 2 HD it wasn't uncommon to see Travis walking around the neighborhood, sometimes unleashed. Of course ... unleashed ... why not?

"He was friendly, always friendly," one neighbor said.

But not to everyone.

"Oh yeah, he didn't like me at all," said Don Mecca, who also said he feared for his life around the animal. "Dangerous, 100 percent dangerous … he hated me." Well, at least Don can walk around his own neighborhood without fearing for his life now. The libs don't care about Don though, they only care about themselves. I'm very glad it was a lib who got her hands eaten off instead of a guy like Don. The sweet, sweet poetry.

Ironically, CBS 2 HD has also learned that the same chimpanzee escaped from his owners' SUV back in 2003 and caused havoc in downtown Stamford before police put down the then-175-pound animal with a tranquilizer gun. From wcbstv.com What? It happened before? Oh well, you can't expect a lib to learn a lesson ... that's the essential characteristic of a lib ... the very nature of a lib. If libs learned lessons, they'd be conservatives.

More interesting/updated facts & video at Wombat's blog.

Megyn Kelly pounds lib on TV



I am rapidly falling in love with Megyn Kelly. Every time I see her, she seems to be hammering libs. By the way, this guy uses a "roads" analogy in his argument. Do we widen roads when nobody drives on them? This guy is a full-blown commie jackass.

No free speech for Christians


A student is suing Los Angeles City College over an incident in which a professor refused to let him finish a speech against gay marriage, according to the Los Angeles Times. (LA Times)

Student Jonathan Lopez told the Times that the professor, John Matteson, called him a "fascist bastard" and refused to let him finish his speech during a public speaking class last November, weeks after California voters approved Proposition 8 banning gay marriage.

Lopez also said the teacher threatened to have him expelled when he complained to college authorities.

Lopez is represented by the Alliance Defense Fund, a Christian legal organization based in Scottsdale, Ariz., and co-founded by evangelical leader James Dobson of Focus on the Family. Alliance staff counsel David J. Hacker told The Times Lopez was a victim of religious discrimination.

"He was expressing his faith during an open-ended assignment, but when the professor disagreed with some minor things he mentioned, the professor shut him down," Hacker said. "Basically, colleges and universities should give Christian students the same rights to free expression as other students." From here:

Well, a couple of things.

1 - If I wanted to hear your religious views, I'd go to your church.

2 - If this had been a Muslim, instead of a Christian, the fair, honest and objective media would have gone completely apeshit vilifying this "Professor" until he was totally disgraced, fired and unable to find another job in his profession for life. That's because the media likes to punish people for life for not adhering to the liberal agenda. Of course, if the bad guy is just repeat criminal, serial killer, rapist, or other misunderstood and downtrodden victim of society, THEN we should be lenient and compassionate.

Giggling sycophant or Objective reporter?


Katie Couric teased Wednesday's CBS Evening News by excitingly trumpeting: "Tonight, they've got a deal! Congress reaches agreement on an economic stimulus plan." She soon shared her enthusiasm in a taped interview with a triumphant House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as Couric giggled along with Pelosi while asking if she was "surprised how intimately involved" President Obama "is in the whole process?" And, acting like a teenage girl gossiping about a friend's boyfriend, "Can you tell us anything he said to you, like 'get cracking'?" The giggle-filled exchange, which matches the accompanying video: From MRC:

Ok, have you EVER seen a "reporter" giggle along like this with a Republican? Ever? For Any reason? Remember, to a liberal, this isn't embarrassing at all.

It's a good thing sheep don't eat burgers


When it comes to global warming, hamburgers are the Hummers of food, scientists say.

Simply switching from steak to salad could cut as much carbon as leaving the car at home a couple days a week.

That's because beef is such an incredibly inefficient food to produce and cows release so much harmful methane into the atmosphere, said Nathan Pelletier of Dalhousie University in Canada.

Pelletier is one of a growing number of scientists studying the environmental costs of food from field to plate.

By looking at everything from how much grain a cow eats before it is ready for slaughter to the emissions released by manure, they are getting a clearer idea of the true costs of food.

The livestock sector is estimated to account for 18 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions and beef is the biggest culprit.

Even though beef only accounts for 30 percent of meat consumption in the developed world it's responsible for 78 percent of the emissions, Pelletier said Sunday at a meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

That's because a single kilogram of beef produces 16 kilograms carbon dioxide equivalent emissions: four times higher than pork and more than ten times as much as a kilogram of poultry, Pelletier said.

If people were to simply switch from beef to chicken, emissions would be cut by 70 percent, Pelletier said. More here:

Little by little they take your freedom. Little by little they get you to abandon the ideas of capitalism and move you to communism. All by making you feel guilty about one thing or another. YOU MUST SAVE THE PLANET - FORGET YOUR FREEDOM. They attack everything you do so you don't notice the things that really matter.

Do they have you fooled? Are you buying all the "science" they're citing? I'm talking to YOU. Perhaps I should use your native language. "Mooooo," oops, I mean "Bleat Bleat." Get it? Vote for liberals!!

I think Ann Coulter screwed up

In her new book, does Ann Coulter actually defend a white supremacist hate group, claiming they’ve been unfairly branded as “racist?”

Republican politicians who had given speeches to a conservative group, the Council of Conservative Citizens (CCC), were branded sympathizers of white supremacists because some of the directors of the CC had, decades earlier, been leaders of a segregationist group, the Citizen Councils of America, which were founded in 1954. There is no evidence on its web page that the modern incarnation of the CCC supports segregation, though its “Statement of Principles” offers that the organization opposes “forced integration” and “efforts to mix the races of mankind.” But mostly the principles refer to subjects such as a strong national defense, the right to keep and bear arms, the traditional family, and an “America First” trade policy. (LMAO @ "But mostly.")

Apart from some aggressive reporting on black-on-white crimes — the very crimes that are aggressively hidden by the establishment media — there is little on the CCC website suggesting that the group is a “thinly veiled white supremacist” organization, as the New York Times calls it in one of its more charitable descriptions.

Found it at Little Green Footballs:

The Klown went to the website. The Klown has to agree with the NYT ... "Full Blown Thinly veiled racist organization." Here's their "Statement of Principles." I also "perusaled" a few issues of their quarterly magazine and, to be fair, they are concerned about many of the same things as I but they're very heavy on race stuff ... decide for yourself. Thoughts?

Levin & Comedian - "Libs, stop crying"

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Saturday, February 21, 2009

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News Busted !

He beheaded her - by accidink, I guess

Prominent Orchard Park man charged with beheading his wife

Orchard Park police are investigating a particularly gruesome killing, the beheading of a woman, after her husband — an influential member of the local Muslim community — reported her death to police Thursday.

Police identified the victim as Aasiya Z. Hassan, 37. Detectives have charged her husband, Muzzammil Hassan, 44, with second-degree murder. (Uh, s'cuse me ... S'CUSE ME ... it's a BEHEADING!! Now, I'm no expert but how much worse does it have to be before you charge someone with first-degree?)

"He came to the police station at 6:20 p.m. and told us that she was dead," Orchard Park Police Chief Andrew Benz said late this morning.

Muzzammil Hassan is the founder and chief executive officer of Bridges TV, which he launched in 2004, amid hopes that it would help portray Muslims in a more positive light. (I don't think he gave it his best try.)

Authorities say Aasiya Hassan recently had filed for divorce from her husband.

"She had an order of protection that had him out of the home as of Friday the 6th [of February]," Benz said. More here:

Wow, looky here - he got an award from a terrorist-linked organization. Who woulda thunk?

NY Gov Paterson finds cure to deficit


Adult download tax proposal awaits climax in Albany

This is the best tax you ever had.

A state proposal to add a 4% tax for downloading movies and music will also apply to Internet porn.

Gov. Paterson recently suggested the so-called iPod tax to help close a $15 billion budget deficit, but few realized the levy would also apply to XXX-rated material. More here:

See, this is what I love about idiot liberals. They never ever think of cutting the runaway massive government behemoth, nooooo ... instead, they MUST CONSTANTLY RAISE TAXES AND EXPAND GOVERNMENT. This is what they do and it's ALL THEY DO. Never mind their idiot "programs" never work. If their programs worked the welfare rolls would be cut in half by now but they're not ... they're growing and getting worse.

To liberals, "programs" are not to help the poor, they're to buy votes from morons, invent new government departments, and give their buddies jobs as the department czars.

But wait ... WAIT. He decided to give his staff raises ... in secret of course.

ALBANY - Gov. Paterson has secretly granted raises of as much as 46 percent to more than a dozen staffers at a time when he has asked 130,000 state workers to give up 3 percent pay hikes because of the state's fiscal crisis, The Post has learned.

The startling pay hikes, costing about $250,000 annually, were granted after the governor's "emergency" declaration in August of a looming fiscal crisis that required the state to cut spending and impose a "hard" hiring freeze. More here:

Man, the libs have all the answers ... just as long as THEY don't have to follow their own advice. Their recommendations aren't meant to apply to the elite (themselves.) Think, Al Gore, private jet.

Lib reporter starts to hate libs

Ok, so this lib reporter goes to Iraq and starts to see wtf is actually going on over there. He writes a report. Here's the last paragraph.

I'm phobically allergic to the conservative Republican types the military is rife with, but I've only been in country four months and already I hate liberals. There's plenty of ugliness to report in Iraq (as there are thousands of stories of hope and headway)--and the U.S. military certainly isn't beyond reproach. Nobody's telling you to report on one side or the other. But manipulating the truth because of your own personal biases is wretched and works in the face of progress. The other end of the political spectrum disregards you, Dahr, and now I know why. I thought it was because you're a liar--but you aren't. You don't have enough backbone to be a liar. You're a craven obfuscationist, intent on promoting your agenda at the cost of a menagerie of much braver men and women. The rest here:

Found it at JulesCrittenden:

Welcome to the modern world, weedhop

Redneck women - we love ya


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Friday Presidents - John Q. Adams


6. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS 1825-1829

The first President who was the son of a President, John Quincy Adams in many respects paralleled the career as well as the temperament and viewpoints of his illustrious father. Born in Braintree, Massachusetts, in 1767, he watched the Battle of Bunker Hill from the top of Penn's Hill above the family farm. As secretary to his father in Europe, he became an accomplished linguist and assiduous diarist.

I was curious about how much he looked like his father, so I included his dad's pic here. Judge for yourself.


After graduating from Harvard College, he became a lawyer. At age 26 he was appointed Minister to the Netherlands, then promoted to the Berlin Legation. In 1802 he was elected to the United States Senate. Six years later President Madison appointed him Minister to Russia.

Serving under President Monroe, Adams was one of America's great Secretaries of State, arranging with England for the joint occupation of the Oregon country, obtaining from Spain the cession of the Floridas, and formulating with the President the Monroe Doctrine.

In the political tradition of the early 19th century, Adams as Secretary of State was considered the political heir to the Presidency. But the old ways of choosing a President were giving way in 1824 before the clamor for a popular choice.

Within the one and only party--the Republican--sectionalism and factionalism were developing, and each section put up its own candidate for the Presidency. Adams, the candidate of the North, fell behind Gen. Andrew Jackson in both popular and electoral votes, but received more than William H. Crawford and Henry Clay. Since no candidate had a majority of electoral votes, the election was decided among the top three by the House of Representatives. Clay, who favored a program similar to that of Adams, threw his crucial support in the House to the New Englander.

Upon becoming President, Adams appointed Clay as Secretary of State. Jackson and his angry followers charged that a "corrupt bargain" had taken place and immediately began their campaign to wrest the Presidency from Adams in 1828.

Well aware that he would face hostility in Congress, Adams nevertheless proclaimed in his first Annual Message a spectacular national program. He proposed that the Federal Government bring the sections together with a network of highways and canals, and that it develop and conserve the public domain, using funds from the sale of public lands. In 1828, he broke ground for the 185-mile C & 0 Canal.

Adams also urged the United States to take a lead in the development of the arts and sciences through the establishment of a national university, the financing of scientific expeditions, and the erection of an observatory. His critics declared such measures transcended constitutional limitations.

The campaign of 1828, in which his Jacksonian opponents charged him with corruption and public plunder, was an ordeal Adams did not easily bear. After his defeat he returned to Massachusetts, expecting to spend the remainder of his life enjoying his farm and his books.

Unexpectedly, in 1830, the Plymouth district elected him to the House of Representatives, and there for the remainder of his life he served as a powerful leader. Above all, he fought against circumscription of civil liberties.

In 1836 southern Congressmen passed a "gag rule" providing that the House automatically table petitions against slavery. Adams tirelessly fought the rule for eight years until finally he obtained its repeal.

In 1848, he collapsed on the floor of the House from a stroke and was carried to the Speaker's Room, where two days later he died. He was buried--as were his father, mother, and wife--at First Parish Church in Quincy. To the end, "Old Man Eloquent" had fought for what he considered right.

From here:

Thursday, February 19, 2009

What Putin Thinks About Socialism

An excerpt from a Vladimir Putin speech at the World Econonic Forum in Davos, Switzerland:

"The concentration of surplus assets in the hands of the state is a negative aspect of anti-crisis measures in virtually every nation.
In the 20th century, the Soviet Union made the state's role absolute. In the long run, this made the Soviet economy totally uncompetitive. This lesson cost us dearly. I am sure nobody wants to see it repeated.
Nor should we turn a blind eye to the fact that the spirit of free enterprise, including the principle of personal responsibility of businesspeople, investors and shareholders for their decisions, is being eroded in the last few months. There is no reason to believe that we can achieve better results by shifting responsibility onto the state. "

This is, in essence, a Communist telling us what is wrong with Socialism and Statism.

His whole speech here.

Hope and Change

When he was campaigning, I didn't know he meant that hope and change is all we would have in our pockets when he was done.

A new Boston Tea Party ??

Great video here -- couldn't embed it, sorry. This Chicago trader is on the trading floor and gets interviewed by some news peeps. He brings the hammer DOWN!!
The Fierce Urgency of Pork
By Charles KrauthammerFriday, February 6, 2009; A17
"A failure to act, and act now, will turn crisis into a catastrophe."
-- President Obama, Feb. 4.
Catastrophe, mind you. So much for the president who in his inaugural address two weeks earlier declared "we have chosen hope over fear." Until, that is, you need fear to pass a bill.
And so much for the promise to banish the money changers and influence peddlers from the temple. An ostentatious executive order banning lobbyists was immediately followed by the nomination of at least a dozen current or former lobbyists to high position. Followed by a Treasury secretary who allegedly couldn't understand the payroll tax provisions in his 1040. Followed by Tom Daschle, who had to fall on his sword according to the new Washington rule that no Cabinet can have more than one tax delinquent.
The Daschle affair was more serious because his offense involved more than taxes. As Michael Kinsley once observed, in Washington the real scandal isn't what's illegal, but what's legal. Not paying taxes is one thing. But what made this case intolerable was the perfectly legal dealings that amassed Daschle $5.2 million in just two years.
He'd been getting $1 million per year from a law firm. But he's not a lawyer, nor a registered lobbyist. You don't get paid this kind of money to instruct partners on the Senate markup process. You get it for picking up the phone and peddling influence.
At least Tim Geithner, the tax-challenged Treasury secretary, had been working for years as a humble international civil servant earning non-stratospheric wages. Daschle, who had made another cool million a year (plus chauffeur and Caddy) for unspecified services to a pal's private equity firm, represented everything Obama said he'd come to Washington to upend.
And yet more damaging to Obama's image than all the hypocrisies in the appointment process is his signature bill: the stimulus package. He inexplicably delegated the writing to Nancy Pelosi and the barons of the House. The product, which inevitably carries Obama's name, was not just bad, not just flawed, but a legislative abomination.
It's not just pages and pages of special-interest tax breaks, giveaways and protections, one of which would set off a ruinous Smoot-Hawley trade war. It's not just the waste, such as the $88.6 million for new construction for Milwaukee Public Schools, which, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, have shrinking enrollment, 15 vacant schools and, quite logically, no plans for new construction.
It's the essential fraud of rushing through a bill in which the normal rules (committee hearings, finding revenue to pay for the programs) are suspended on the grounds that a national emergency requires an immediate job-creating stimulus -- and then throwing into it hundreds of billions that have nothing to do with stimulus, that Congress's own budget office says won't be spent until 2011 and beyond, and that are little more than the back-scratching, special-interest, lobby-driven parochialism that Obama came to Washington to abolish. He said.
Not just to abolish but to create something new -- a new politics where the moneyed pork-barreling and corrupt logrolling of the past would give way to a bottom-up, grass-roots participatory democracy. That is what made Obama so dazzling and new. Turns out the "fierce urgency of now" includes $150 million for livestock (and honeybee and farm-raised fish) insurance.
The Age of Obama begins with perhaps the greatest frenzy of old-politics influence peddling ever seen in Washington. By the time the stimulus bill reached the Senate, reports the Wall Street Journal, pharmaceutical and high-tech companies were lobbying furiously for a new plan to repatriate overseas profits that would yield major tax savings. California wine growers and Florida citrus producers were fighting to change a single phrase in one provision. Substituting "planted" for "ready to market" would mean a windfall garnered from a new "bonus depreciation" incentive.
After Obama's miraculous 2008 presidential campaign, it was clear that at some point the magical mystery tour would have to end. The nation would rub its eyes and begin to emerge from its reverie. The hallucinatory Obama would give way to the mere mortal. The great ethical transformations promised would be seen as a fairy tale that all presidents tell -- and that this president told better than anyone.
I thought the awakening would take six months. It took two and a half weeks.

What? Investigating ANOTHER Democrat?

Feb. 17 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Senator Roland Burris’s statements to Illinois lawmakers about whether he solicited political donations for former Governor Rod Blagojevich before getting named to the Senate are being reviewed by a prosecutor.

Blagojevich was removed from office for abuse of power a month after he appointed Burris, a fellow Democrat, to President Barack Obama’s former seat. State lawmakers say Burris, 71, altered his account of how he got the job, and the U.S. Senate Ethics committee today said it would conduct its own review.

Illinois House Speaker Michael Madigan today referred questions about Burris’s statements to Sangamon County prosecutor John Schmidt amid reports that the senator said yesterday that he tried to raise money for Blagojevich some time after an October discussion with the former governor’s brother and chief fundraiser, Rob Blagojevich. More here:

Oh, my my, this comes as quite a shock to the Klown.

Hey Klown, you mean it's a shock that he might have lied and paid off Blogojevich for his seat?

Nay, it's a shock they're investigating a Democrat. I'm guessing they'll "investigate" for a while and then drop it. We shall see. I just hope that the "Reverends" Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackasson get involved before the investigation is finished. It's been a while since those clowns put on a circus.

Obama opposes "Fairness Doctrine"

President Obama opposes any move to bring back the so-called Fairness Doctrine, a spokesman told FOXNews.com Wednesday.

The statement is the first definitive stance the administration has taken since an aide told an industry publication last summer that Obama opposes the doctrine -- a long-abolished policy that would require broadcasters (No, not "broadcasters" -- only conservative radio broadcasters ... way to go, idiot jourrrrrnalist.) to provide opposing viewpoints on controversial issues.

"As the president stated during the campaign, he does not believe the Fairness Doctrine should be reinstated," White House spokesman Ben LaBolt said.

That was after both senior adviser David Axelrod and White House press secretary Robert Gibbs left open the door on whether Obama would support reinstating the doctrine.

"I'm going to leave that issue to Julius Genachowski, our new head of the FCC ... and the president to discuss. So I don't have an answer for you now," Axelrod told FOX News Sunday over the weekend.

The debate over the so-called Fairness Doctrine has heated up in recent days as prominent Democratic senators have called for the policies to be reinstated. Conservative talk show hosts, who see the doctrine as an attempt to impose liberal viewpoints on their shows, largely oppose any move to bring it back.

Ok, WHEW! I thought for sure they were going to silence the conservatives JUST AS SOON as they had the chance. I don't understand why Obama would whiff this chance ... it's a mystery to me. It's the right thing to do, which is why I'm mystified a Democrat would take the position. Anyway, bullet-o-dodge-o (for now.)

SNL - The Wii Guys

A sordid affair indeed

CHARDON, Ohio (AP) - A woman has pleaded guilty to reckless homicide for exercising her 73-year-old husband to death in a swimming pool, repeatedly refusing to let him leave the water.

Surveillance video showed Christine Newton-John, 41, pulling James Mason around the pool by his arms and legs, said Middlefield police Chief Joseph Stehlik

The chief said he counted 43 times in which Newton-John prevented her husband from leaving the water, and Mason rested his head on the side of the pool several times while gasping for breath.

"The video is bone-chilling," Stehlik said. "The whole case is very sinister."

Mason had a heart attack on June 2 after the extended swim session. An officer who had investigated previous complaints that Mason was being abused pursued the case because he suspected there was more to the death, Stehlik said.

Newton-John pleaded guilty Thursday and faces up to five years in prison. No sentencing date was set.

Police did not immediately respond to a call Saturday seeking comment on a motive.

The video would have had a profound effect on a jury, Geauga County Prosecutor David Joyce said. But that wouldn't have been enough for a conviction if Newton-John had been charged with murder.

"You can see the man struggling for his life on the tape, but there is no audio, so we couldn't hear what he was saying," he said.

Geauga County Chief Public Defender Robert Umholtz, who represented Newton-John, declined to comment.

Mason was a longtime friend of his wife's family. He knew her as John Vallandingham before she had gender reassignment surgery in 1993 and changed her name in honor of the singer and star of the hit movie version of the musical "Grease."

The couple were wed in 2006 in Kentucky, where people can change their gender on their birth certificate.

From here:

Slightly disgruntled airline passenger


A video of a hysterical passenger screaming at airline staff and writhing on the floor after missing a flight at Hong Kong airport has become a YouTube hit.

By Sunday, the three-minute clip of the furious woman had racked up close to 40,000 hits in three days on the video-sharing site.

The video starts with the screaming woman running towards the departure gate and bouncing off a female security guard, after she learned that her flight has been closed.

She then starts banging a desk before collapsing to the floor and rolling around, while maintaining a high-pitched wail.

More here:


Roughly translation: NO!!!NO!!! Why u close the gate??? The aircraft is still here!! Crazy!! Why like this?? What to do now??? I need to go NY!! Either one of u should go in first!! 1 could get in, we could get in!! Why u guys so stupid!!!

How the Klown feels about socialists

Shucks, burglar still alive

What would you do if you came home to find your house ransacked, and worse, that the burglar was still inside?

A couple from Montgomery, Alabama, did what some people might find unthinkable - they made the burglar clean up the mess he had made at gunpoint while they waited for the police to arrive.

“Tears just rolled down my face as I walked in and saw everything gone and piles of trash all over my home,” Mrs. McKinnon told her local newspaper the Montgomery Advertiser.

When her husband walked into another room to check what was missing he came face to face with the burglar, who was wearing one of Mr. McKinnon’s hats.

“My husband Adrian caught the thief red-handed in our home. And what is even crazier, the man even had my husband’s hat sitting right on his head,” Mrs. McKinnon said.

Mr. McKinnon held suspect Tajuan Bullock at gunpoint and made him sit down until he decided what to do.

“We made this man clean up all the mess he made, piles of stuff, he had thrown out of my drawers and cabinets onto the floor,” Mrs. McKinnon said.

When the police arrived the work-shy burglar had the cheek to complain to them - about having to clean up his mess at gunpoint.

Found it at Neatorama:

This was a mistake and here's why. An idiot like this burglar (who sniveled about having to clean up his own mess) has a different mindset than a hard working person. The burglar will blame the homeowner and will take revenge as soon as he is out of jail ... this is the way their minds work. They don't "learn their lesson."

With this in mind, it's a wonder the homeowner didn't kill the burglar while he had the chance. The Klown always loves it when a criminal is killed while committing a crime. It's one of my favorite things. Knowing the homeowner carries a weapon and knowing the idiot burglar will strike again, I feel the homeowner will get one more chance. Let's hope things turn out right this time.