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IGNORAMUS MICHAEL MOORE: Tweeting More Foolishness

Michael-MooreOriginally posted at Clash Daily

A few days after the CDC admitted that the “overseas” imported measles epidemic that is creeping across America with the same determination as Enterovirus D-68, which killed 15 and paralyzed and sickened hundreds, like grease rising to the top of chicken soup America-hating Michael Moore has reared his obnoxious head again. This time it’s not to slam American heroes; it’s to give travel advice to illegal aliens hoping to sneak across the border unimpeded into Arizona.

After watching a colorful Katy Perry, dressed like a flame-thrower riding a red-eyed tiger that looked like a demonic Transformer, sing “I Kissed a Girl” to a confused Lenny Kravitz, having what appeared to be fireworks shoot out her butt, and riding a shooting star rivaled only by Gwyneth Paltrow’s genital steam-cleaning apparatus, Michael, aka Jabba the Hutt, seized the opportunity to criticize border patrol agents and endorse illegal immigration.

Here’s what the bloated buffoon said this time:
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So apparently in @MMFlint’s opinion, border patrol agents are “vigilantes” that “harass” innocent illegals who, if they could only be flown directly into Arizona, could bypass the whole ordeal.

First Michael Moore took to Twitter and accused military snipers of being cowardly murderers on a joy ride, implying that a Navy SEAL’s idea of good time is to shoot innocent people in the back. Then he accused Clint “Make My Day” Eastwood of threatening to kill his sorry ass.

Now, sitting somewhere in one of his nine homes, praising Marxism and thinking up incendiary things to say, Michael, who clearly despises America and the military, makes the snide suggestion that Third-World types should skip sneaking into Arizona and instead bypass border security by being airlifted.

As outrageous as Michael’s idea may sound, while that other illegal-loving liberal, Barack Obama, is in charge, flying in illegal aliens is a maneuver that is not out of the range of possibility.

Barack is of the same mindset and has already proposed giving refugee status to certain groups.

Obama’s genius idea is that, rather than have criminal interlopers endure the dangerous trek across the border trying to avoid the coyotes and the human smugglers, why not send cargo planes to pick up what he calls “refugees?”

Using refugee status as a cover would ensure that individuals with MDR-TB, Enterovirus D-68, measles, scabies and other Third World goodies to spread around, as well as culturally diverse MS-13 gang members, drug addicts, child molesters, rapists, and an occasional Islamic terrorist thrown into the mix can be dropped off all across America.

So, as far as liberal insanity goes, Michael the Hutt is on the same page as the president, who wants to seed American neighborhoods and classrooms with every possible type of disease and danger he can dredge up and dump off.

So with that in mind, not that Katy Perry’s steam-powered, Gwyneth Paltrow-inspired flying machine could lift that large lump of lard, but if it could, maybe it could pick up Michael Moore by the seat of his stained boxer shorts and fly him directly to Cuba and drop him off.

And maybe, while the Super Bowl half-time flying machine is at it, how about doing America a solid and making a double-duty stop at the White House to pick up another pusillanimous passenger for the trip?

SNIPING AT ‘SNIPER’: Hollywood Applauds Losers, Belittles Heroes

AMERICAN SNIPEROriginally posted at CLASH Daily

Hollywood is a place where movies about gay cowboys earn tears, inspire repeated standing ovations, and win Academy Awards. Hollywood is place where movies like Cider House Rules and Vera Drake, both of which commend slaughtering the unborn, are lauded as noble.

Hollywood is also a place where America-hating, Cuba-loving collectivists can become millionaires while criticizing capitalism, and the pot-smoking offspring of “radical Jewish socialists” can be catapulted to the heights of stardom for telling dirty jokes.

Hollywood is home to those who champion freedom of expression as long as what is being expressed supports the left-wing agenda. Yet those same people refuse to recognize that the right to express those opinions, regardless of how vile, was won thanks to the sacrifices of the men and women of our military.

Now, as American Sniper breaks all box-office records and receives six Oscar nominations, including Bradley Cooper for Best Actor, the usual Hollywood blowhards are expressing disdain for a film chronicling the experiences of the most lethal sniper in American history.

When recounting his role as an assassin, the subject of the Clint Eastwood movie, the late US Navy Seal Chris Kyle, nickname by insurgents “The Devil of Ramadi,” has been quoted as describing the adversary as “Savage, despicable evil.”

Those kinds of adjectives offend liberals because to them America’s enemies are heroes and America’s heroes are enemies.

In fact, based on some of the negative reaction to the movie’s success, it appears that there are those who would have preferred that Eastwood make a movie sympathetic to the Marine Corps veteran with PTSD who shot and killed Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield at a gun range.

One Hollywood detractor bashing American Sniper is portly comedic actor Seth Rogen. Besides the recent controversial film about interviewing-in-hopes-of-assassinating North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un, Rogen has written, produced, and starred in such cinematic greats as the gripping and enthralling Knocked Up, the life-affirming Zack and Miri Makes a Porno, and the divinely-inspired The 40-Year-Old Virgin.

On Twitter, Rogen, who is beloved by the star of Eastwood’s “Empty Chair” series, President Barack Obama, compared the movie American Sniper to the fictional Nazi-sniper propaganda film featured in the plot of Quentin Tarentino’s Inglourious Basterds.

Seems Rogen, who once said “I mean, where I come from, ‘communism’ is not a terrible word,” is bent out of shape because Eastwood has made a hero out of a man who says things like “It was my duty to shoot the enemy, and I don’t regret it. My regrets are for the people I couldn’t save: Marines, soldiers, buddies.”

Similar to the lines wrapping around theaters nationwide, when Chris Kyle was memorialized at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, there was a funeral procession stretching over 200 miles from Midlothian, Texas to Texas State Cemetery in Austin.

Sadly, for Seth there are no lines for his movies. Instead, while he’s busy criticizing American Sniper, which grossed $105.3 million in four days, The Interview, the lemon Rogen starred in with James Franco, is predicted to lose $75 million.

Nonetheless, Seth Rogen is not the only paunchy Hollywood type who enjoys the freedoms American sniper Chris Kyle protected. The other bigmouth hefty trying to demean true fearlessness is the corpulent anti-capitalist owner of nine properties and obvious consumer of lots of foie gras, director/producer/writer/author/ multimillionaire Michael Moore.

Chris Kyle once said, “It’s not a problem taking out someone who wants your people dead. That’s not a problem at all.”

Michael Moore, a man who has zero clue when it comes to valor, love of country, or heroism, took to Twitter to call Chris Kyle a “coward” who “shoots u in the back.” According to America-hating Moore, “snipers aren’t heroes, and invaders are worse.”

Michael the “Sicko” seems to be morally equating murderers like the DC sniper, who hid in the trunk of a car shooting random people going about their daily business, with the duties of a warrior protecting the lives of other soldiers.

This bunkum comes from a guy who embraces a health system instituted by a Cuban dictator renowned for lining up thousands and mowing them down with firing squads.

Then there’s writer and film critic Lindy West. In an article in the Guardian West, who received a social media award from Hanoi Jane, opines, “The real American Sniper was a hate-filled killer.” Then she asks the question: “Why are simplistic patriots treating him as a hero?”

West wrote of the film, “If [Eastwood], intentionally or not, makes a hero out of Kyle – who, bare minimum, was a racist who took pleasure in dehumanizing and killing brown people – is he responsible for validating racism, murder, and dehumanization?”

If she believes that’s true, then why doesn’t Lindy West admit that those who refuse to acknowledge that the religion responsible for the killing of white, black and brown people and for the raping and beheading of thousands in the name of Allah are also responsible for “validating racism, murder, and dehumanization?”

Rogen, Moore, and West are among those who wouldn’t hesitate to call Kyle an “American Psycho”. Yet that same group would probably refuse to label a Muslim extremist who kills to avenge Mohammed an Islamic terrorist.

This pathetic group of individuals scorns the memory of a dead soldier who, had he been in Libya on September 11th 2012, would have done more to help than a missing president who may have been busy watching a rerun of Rogen’s stoner flick Pineapple Express while four Americans, including an American ambassador, were being murdered.

In the end, the sad truth is that, predictably, liberals would rather support killing an unborn baby than a terrorist. But above all, be they in Hollywood, the media, or academia, liberals can always be counted on to disparage patriotism, censure heroism, and generally condemn anyone who dares to harm America’s enemies.

Hollyweirdos Mourn the Death of a Dictator

BmMv5-300x199If the Venezuelans are looking for high-powered pallbearers to carry a tyrant to his final resting place, filmmakers Michael Moore and Oliver Stone and actor Sean ‘Harvey Milk’ Penn would probably be anxious to do the honors.

Moore, Stone, and Penn have made millions from the type of capitalistic box office competition ‘Dead Man Walking’ Hugo Chávez decried.  Yet, after hearing about Chávez’s passing, Oliver Stone’s reaction was “I mourn a great hero.”

Stone first met Chávez in December of 2007. Then in 2009, he defended the dictator in South of the Border, a documentary that explored political and social changes in South America.  The film was an attempt to portray Hugo Chávez as something other than the “strongman…buffoon…clown” that he was.

Hearing of Hugo’s demise, Oliver Stone, whose net worth is $50 million, said “I mourn a great hero to the majority of his people and those who struggle throughout the world for a place. Hated by the entrenched classes, Hugo Chávez will live forever in history.”  Bidding adieu, the fact-challenged filmmaker added, “My friend, rest finally in a peace long earned.”

 Read the article at The Blacksphere.net

Biden the Bedazzler

In liberal circles, it’s believed that conservatives are intellectually challenged and the left are just, well they’re just smarter, better informed and more perceptive about everything.  Ask a liberal and they’ll tell you that high levels of gray matter, or lack thereof, is what determines political persuasion.  Progressives are of the opinion that the mentally unsophisticated lean right and those blessed with an abundance of gray matter are naturally predisposed toward the left.

Even the uneducated, inarticulate and uninformed believe identifying with liberalism secures an automatic position at the top of the IQ charts, a pair of horn-rimmed glasses, and a complimentary subscription to the New York Times.

Think about it – the liberal press is full of geniuses.  To name a few: Progressive radio talk show host Stephanie Miller, CBS News star and journalist extraordinaire Katie Couric, disgruntled Catholic altar boy Bill Maher, can’t-get- the-facts-straight Rachel Maddow, former MSNBC anchormaniac Keith Olbermann and ex-Joffrey Ballet Company dancer Ron Reagan.

The left side of  “The View” couch touts superior intellect, as does much of the leftist Hollywood elite crowd, which includes learned minds like Cher, Michael Moore, Rosie O’Donnell, Sean Penn, Oliver Stone and of course Intertel wannabes like the warm and cuddly Janeane Garofalo.

This group which, by the way, is quite extensive, have forged lucrative careers pointing out the poverty of brainpower evidenced in individuals such as Sarah Palin and George W. Bush as well as the entire American electorate.

This is also true in politics. Based on an impressive ability to deceive the masses with charm and rhetoric, Rhodes Scholar Bill Clinton is extolled as America’s bony-fingered genius.  Bill’s brighter half, Hillary, the supposed “smartest woman in the world,” was able to detect an obscure “vast right wing conspiracy” on mental power alone.

Then of course you have Barack Obama.  Barack is so intellectually gifted that Columbia University couldn’t find a grade high enough to award the man. Instead, throughout his college career institutions of higher learning chose to forgo subjecting him to their inferior grading systems, which must explain the missing transcripts.

When discussing liberal intellect, Vice President “Three letter word…J-O-B-S” Joseph Robinette Biden should not be excluded from the conversation.

Unfortunately for liberals, when Joe speaks, besides geniality, brutal honesty, average aptitude and inability to consistently articulate coherent thoughts, what is exposed is a liberal tendency to accept in some people what is fodder for the mockery of others.

When it comes to Joe, it’s a “big f______ deal” to hand the man a microphone or, for that matter, to allow a microphone within 500 feet of his lips if they’re moving. Biden has proven to be the world’s most candid politician, which explains why liberals keep Biden around; in comparison to their blathering, Joe helps twisted truth appear intelligent.

Void of measured consideration, Joe is famous for exposing the innermost recesses of his own thought processes. Take for example the Vice President sharing insights on Obama’s $900 billion stimulus with members of the House Democratic Caucus.  It was there that Biden blurted out, “If we do everything right, if we do it with absolute certainty, there’s still a 30% chance we’re going to get it wrong.”  Oops!

Even with practice, Biden’s ability to think before speaking appears to be getting worse, not better.  Prior to the historic 2008 election, Joe was so worked up on the campaign trail that he referred to Obama as “Barack America.”   The Vice President even exhorted paralyzed US Senator Chuck Graham to “stand and let … people see you.”

With Biden, authentic gusto oftentimes overrides prudence, like when a pumped up Biden disregarded confidentiality and, without further explanation, blurted out that he, Michelle, and Barack had all been tested for HIV/AIDS. Maybe if liberals want to maintain credibility it would be best if people like Stephanie Miller refrained from calling Sarah Palin an “idiot.”

The left laughed it off when Biden beseeched St. Patty’s Day blessings on the deceased mother of a world leader who was still very much alive. They chuckled when at one event Joe gave a shout-out to state senators who weren’t even in attendance, and when he confused automotive company Ener1 with disgraced energy corporation Enron.

More recently, while representing the United States in a diplomatic capacity (have mercy dear Lord), during a visit to Moscow Biden pulled a Bush in Australia.  Mr. Biden “mangled the name of Russia’s most famous prisoner Mikhail Khodorkovsky.”  The result: a stammering Biden once again pardoned for what brought Bush relentless humiliation.

Advocating for human rights on behalf of business entrepreneur/democracy-loving political prisoner Khodorkovsky, Joe “barked” out: “Over the past few months our administration has spoken out against allegations of misconduct in the trial of… of, uh… the, um… excuse me… Khodor… Kovinsky.”

After receiving “more giggles than rounds of applause,” Joe was clever enough to muster “a self-deprecating joke,” which “instantly endeared” him to the audience.  Once again, with nary a peep from the left, Biden was given a liberal pass for an understandable slip-up that, if he were a conservative, would have been mocked with gusto.

Wasn’t G.W. Bush’s lack of intelligence alleged because of his tendency toward improper pronunciation? Yet, based on party affiliation, Joe is not and never will be held to the same stringent garbling standards as George.  The left have set the pronunciation/intelligence bar so high that every time the Vice President opens his mouth to speak the unintended consequence is that both his handicap and liberal hypocrisy are simultaneously exposed.

The Vice President is viewed by double standard-bearing liberals as nothing more than an adorable gaffe machine.  The brainy New York Times even called Joe Biden “experienced, serious and smart,” proving once again that when measured against the standards set forth by liberal self-appointed whiz kids, Joe Biden is a genius.

Pink Tutus and Political Pollsters



Originally posted at American Thinker

By trading authenticity for inexperience, hypnotized voters accepted Barack Obama’s glitzy platitudes and fell hard for his rhetoric hook, line, and sinker — emphasis on sinker. However, “hope and change” prevail, because after electing a guy who showed up out of nowhere dragging his trusty teleprompter, Democrats are awakening from their dreamlike state of pure political intoxication.

Democrats guzzled Kool-aid, willingly donned balloon hats, and did the Obama wave in unison at the inauguration on the National Mall. Now, two years later, the high has worn off, and like a group of shocked Milli Vanilli fans, Democrats are finding out that Barry can’t keep time with the music, let alone lip-sync the words to “Blame it on the Rain.”

Experience tells us that nothing remediates an ignorant choice faster than admitting stupidity and joining the ranks of those who told you so. Thus, some of Obama’s biggest defenders are now morphing into his harshest critics. The same Democrats who wept uncontrollably on Election Day are now attempting to salvage sullied reputations with revelatory admissions embedded in helpful counsel.

In fact, in anticipation of a bloodbath, many from the president’s own party opted to disembark from the Obama Express prior to Election Day. Immediately afterward, Obama left a referendum-wreck at the side of the road and shoved off for Asia, hoping to distract the world from the casualties strewn all over the American political landscape. It didn’t work. In fact, Obama’s Asian adventure shed further light on the man with the teleprompter’s ineptitude, inexperience, and growing inability to be taken seriously both at home and abroad.

As a result, voices from both the left and the right of the Democratic Party have stepped forward to offer unsolicited guidance. Coming from two extreme sources are admissions that while Barack Obama may talk a good game, when it comes to delivering on promises made on the back of soaring discourse, the embodiment of “Yes We Can” hasn’t and, in all probability, can’t.
Three of the more diametrically opposed pundits offering suggestions are the thoughtful and rational Doug Schoen and the always intellectually honest Pat Cadell. The other is Michael Moore, the bloated socialist/millionaire Cuban-health-clinic-enthusiast in a baseball cap.

Recently, on the smarmy and infuriating “Real Time with Bill Maher” show, Michael Moore expressed his view that “being able to vote for Barack Obama” was “certainly one of the best days [he] had in the last decade.” Moore did not explain why pulling the lever for Barack was the highlight of a decade, or what prompted him to do so. Evidently, Michael lives a very dull life because, except for partisanship or first-black-president guilt, there’s no logical explanation of why any rational person would choose to vote for Barack Obama.

However, a glimmer of prudence did emerge on “Real Time” when Moore, after expressing gratitude to Obama for providing one good day out of 3,650, offered him a suggestion: “With all due respect…please take off your pink tutu because it’s time to put on the boxing gloves and go fighting for the people.”

Contrary to the rest of the idiocy verbalized on the liberal panel — including comments from Maher about estate tax incentives to “kill grandma” and liberal director Nora Ephron, whose political opinions are in worse shape than her aging neck, lamenting conservative opposition to millionaires paying higher taxes — Moore’s comment was quite telling.

Couched in a suggestion, Moore unintentionally admitted that liberals voted for a guy in a pink tutu. Moore’s statement indicated that up until that point, Obama voters hadn’t noticed the tulle ballet skirt obscured by the podium. Such an admission is more a reflection on liberal voters than on the president. Did no one, including Michael Moore, bother to investigate anything other than the image Obama projected from the neck up? If it were physically possible, could it be that even the corpulent Michael Moore was buoyed by something other than common sense?

Moore’s observation indicated that although the president is expert at verbal pirouettes, the hero of the people is proving ill equipped to deliver on the left’s dream of a “piece of the pie” in the sky of Shangri-La. No wonder liberals are peeved. It must be humiliating for a leftist über-intellectual/University of Michigan-Flint dropout like Michael Moore to realize that on his most memorable day to date, he was handily duped by a guy in pink tights.

While Michael Moore suggests putting on “boxing gloves” and entering the ring for “hand-to-hand” combat-based solutions, Cadell and Schoen suggest the opposite. The two trusted Democrats pollsters nowconfess, “Indeed, we were among those millions of Democrats, Republicans and independents who were genuinely moved by [Obama’s] rhetoric and purpose.” However, Pat and Doug now present Obama with quite a different solution: Retain the tutu, skip the boxing gloves, and forget about running again in 2012.

In a Washington Post op-ed piece entitled “One and done: To be a great president, Obama should not seek reelection in 2012,” Cadell and Schoen suggest that Obama act out of character, “[s]eize the high ground and the imagination of the nation once again, and … galvanize the public for the hard decisions that must be made … putting national interests ahead of personal or political ones. To that end, [Cadell and Schoen] believe Obama should announce immediately that he will not be a candidate for reelection in 2012.”

Michael Moore is predictable. However, the measured, sane, and patriotic Doug’s and Pat’s emphatic proposition raises the question: How were two rational, clear-thinking men hoodwinked into voting for a charlatan like Obama in the first place?
Schoen’s and Cadell’s article suggests that Obama has neither taken the “high ground” nor — beyond smoke machines and Styrofoam ionic columns — succeeded in retaining the imagination of the nation. Moreover, the strategists insinuate that by running for president in the first place, the only thing neophyte Obama managed to accomplish was the detrimental placement of “personal and political interest” ahead of national welfare.

Schoen and Cadell cite Obama’s disingenuous statement to Diane Sawyer: “I’d rather be a really good one-term president than a mediocre two-term president.” From the looks of things, neither is likely. Nonetheless, Pat and Doug honestly believe that Obama “now has a chance to deliver on that idea,” which poses yet another question, this time for the pollsters: Why would Obama, who failed to deliver anything thus far, suddenly exhibit the ability, let alone the wherewithal, to begin now?

Moore beckons to the more radical Obama to come forth, and Schoen and Cadell plead with the president to agree to step off the stage, tutu and all. A ditzy Michael Moore viewing the president as a flitty ballerina while respected Democrat pollsters recommend that the former messiah’s answer to the nation’s woes would be to throw in the teleprompter and return to Chicago provides Obama with little political sanctuary.

Advice offered a failed liberal president from two ends of the Democratic spectrum indicates that an admission disguised as a suggestion, in due time, possesses the power to persuade even the mulish Barack Obama to either willingly step aside or be ousted by a 2012 successor supported by his own party.

Castro’s Cathartic Conversation

Originally posted at American Thinker blog

Somebody alert Michael Moore.  Please — deliver an urgent communiqué to Barack Obama: former Cuban president Fidel Castro admitted the “communist economic model doesn’t work.” In a rare moment of honesty, Fidel came clean with American journalist Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic magazine.

Goldberg asked the Cuban revolutionist if “Cuba’s economic system was worth exporting to other countries?” Over a casual lunch, Fidel nonchalantly replied in the following way: “The Cuban model doesn’t even work for us anymore.”

What a revelation! Tell that to the 11 million people subsisting on a government-rationed diet of rice and beans or standing on line in hopes of gaining access to a filthy, fly-infested “free” health clinic.

In Cuba, the  “state controls well over 90 percent of the economy, paying workers salaries of about $20 a month in return for free health care and education, and nearly free transportation and housing. At least a portion of every citizen’s food needs are sold to them through ration books at heavily subsidized prices.”

Castro’s candid comments will likely surprise Cuba apologists here in the U.S. like actor Jack Nicholson who, in 1998, proclaimed Cuba “a paradise” and Fidel Castro “a genius.”   Nicholson’s glowing assessment aside, Graham Boynton, in a 2006 travel article entitled “Cuba: Escaping Castro’s Shadow,” made the brilliant observation that there “is nothing glamorous about Cuba’s grinding poverty.”

Cuba’s current president, Castro’s brother Raul, also admits the country has an economic system that is less than stellar. In response, Raul has “instituted a series of limited economic reforms, and … warned Cubans that they need to start working harder and expecting less from the government. But the president has also made it clear he has no desire to depart from Cuba’s socialist system or embrace capitalism,” a political decision that bodes poorly for dirt-poor Cubans at the mercy of the state.

“Due to a serious illness that nearly killed him,” Fidel Castro “stepped down temporarily in July 2006…He resigned permanently two years later, but remains head of the Communist Party.”

Thus far, Castro’s return to the world stage has not brought with it the ex-president’s opinion on Cuba’s “stench of sewage …the decrepitude of the buildings and piles of rubble … [or] the corpse of a dog long dead” lying in the street waiting to be stumbled over, all vivid reminders that Castro’s Cuba is a crumbling, impoverished third-world country.

Moreover, since his miraculous recovery, octogenarian Fidel hasn’t yet discussed waning Cuban cigar exports, the Cuban band Buena Vista Social Club or spoken about the symbol of his regime’s failed plan embodied in “National School of Arts… a place that sums up the contradictions – the high aspirations, low achievements and broken dreams – of Castro’s Communist utopia.”

Instead, the ex-president focuses mostly on international affairs. “Even after the fall of the Soviet Union, Cuba clung to its communist system.”  Yet, after recommending the Russians turn the East Coast of the United States into a mushroom cloud, fifty years later Fidel’s deathbed epiphany has caused him to question “his own actions during the Cuban Missile Crisis, including his recommendation to Soviet leaders that they use nuclear weapons against the United States.”

Recently, a feeble Fidel has stepped forward as an international spokesperson. In the waning years of his life, Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz has emerged as a harbinger of doom, warning the world about the threat Iran poses as a catalyst for nuclear war.

Let’s hope Fidel’s new found career as an apocalyptic prophet falls as abysmally flat as the prowess he demonstrated as communist Cuba’s dictatorial leader.

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