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Obama, A Good Man, An Elitist and Divisive, But a Good Man.

April 14, 2008

Well, the Democratic primary continues to entertain me more than watching reruns of Seinfeld for the 1000th time. (well nearly as much as that).  Obama, the man who is to bring about  “change” and bring ALL Americans together has really “stepped in it” as we might say here in gun-toting church going Texas.  Let’s see that quote one more time, shall we?

“You go into these small towns in Pennsylvania and, like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the jobs have been gone now for 25 years and nothing’s replaced them…And they fell through the Clinton administration, and the Bush administration, and each successive administration has said that somehow these communities are gonna regenerate and they have not.  And it’s not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren’t like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.”

Ahhhhh, nothing as sweet as the sound of the truth coming out.  The truth about what this man really believes.  From babies being a “punishment” to his unashamed following of Rev. Wright’s anti-American racists rants to this latest slam against the “working-man.”  You know, the one that he is supposedly going to help by overtaxing the “wealthy” and giving tax breaks to these people.  And here is a liberal slamming the beloved glory-days of the Clinton administration–so rich!

And then there is Hillary–going on the offensive as she should with this quote:

“We have been working very hard to make it clear that we have millions of Democrats who are church going and gun-owning,” she said. “And we are tired of having Republicans, or frankly our own Democrats, give any ammunition to Republicans because what happens then is Republicans take advantage of the situation.”

She called the current imbroglio “an important moment for Democrats” and challenged Obama to further explain what he meant by his comments, which she reiterated were “elitist and divisive.”

Well done Senator.  Well done.  But she has to be ever so careful when slamming her opponent because after-all she cannot appear as a divisive racist.  So she followed that quote with this one:

Pressed on whether she truly believes Obama is an elitist, Clinton called him “a good man,” but recalled the narratives of the 2000 and 2004 president election.

“You don’t have to think back too far to remember that good men running for president were viewed as being elitist and out of touch with the values and lives of millions of Americans,” she said.

He He He Heeee!  This is almost better than wathing Donald Trump and Oprah Winfrey kill each other on MTV’s Celebrity DeathMatch.

In order to be “fair” however to Senator Obama we should look beyond the words and see if we can determine what group of people he will “include” in his all inclusive view of America.  We now know he doesn’t want the gun-toting Christians so that means we can exclude the entire State of Alabama from consideration.  Who does that leave in an Obama-visioned America?

What better way to discover who Obama intends to “include” than to find out who his “friends” are?  And what better way to discover his “friends” than to check out his page

On that page here is a sample of some of his “friends:” (These are actual photos from his “friends” page)



Okay, so I guess we have a picture now of an Obama-run American–very inclusive indeed.  I won’t tell you which ones where in his top 8. 😉


-“In a civilized society, one cannot send a severed cow’s head to anybody.” Political Blogger Alliance

A Tribute to Charlton Heston for Obama and Hillary

April 7, 2008

As you no doubt know by now, we lost a great man this weekend, Charleton Heston.  Movie star, conservative, and a man not afraid to speak his mind.  I thought I would pull some of his own comments and weave them together into a final “interview” in honor of his legacy.  So, here we go…

Me:  Mr. Heston, welcome.  I am honored to get to speak with you today.  Was there any role in your many years you wish you had gotten to play?

Heston:  “I’ve played three presidents, three saints and two geniuses – and that’s probably enough for any man.”

Me:  I would say so.  Let’s talk about gun control–a subject to which you have dedicated much time and effort.  Remind us again what you said about being President of the NRA.

Heston:  I said a few years ago that “I intend to dedicate my remaining time as President of the NRA to ensure that the Second Amendment is safe from Al Gore and all those who threaten it.”

Me:  I love it.  Sadly you will not be here to see what the Supreme Court ultimately does with this issue in Washington D.C. but what do you think needs to be done to ensure our freedoms in this area?

Heston: ” A clear enunciation of these rights needs to be enshrined in the constitution to guarantee that this basic right of law-abiding gun owners and sportsmen shall not be infringed upon by anti-gun public officials.”

Me:  Amen to that. 

Heston:  Further, “As I have stood in the crosshairs of those who target Second Amendment freedoms, I’ve realized that firearms are not the only issue.  No, it’s much, much bigger than that.  I’ve come to understand that a cultural war is raging across our land, in which, with Orwellian fervor, certain acceptable thoughts and speech are mandated.”

Me:  Exactly–political correctness is everywhere.  In this Democratic primary campaign it is running rampant. (I hope I can say “running rampant.”)

Heston:  “Political Correctness is tyranny with a happy face.”

Me:  So true indeed.  If you had an opportunity to address Mrs. Clinton about your thoughts on gun control and politics, what would you say?

Heston:  I’d say the same thing I said to her husband when I said, “Mr. Clinton, sir, America didn’t trust you with our health care system, America didn’t trust you with gays in the military, America doesn’t trust you with our 21-year old daughters, and we sure, Lord, don’t trust you with our guns.”

Me:  Well, the part about the daughters probably doesn’t apply to her though…

Heston:  (smiling) (silence)

Me:  Well, what might you say to Obama?

Heston:  “I’m a seeker too.  But my dreams aren’t like yours.  I can’t help thinking that somewhere in the universe there has to be something better that [this] man.  Has to be.”

Me:  You would think so.  WIth 300 million Americans, I would hope that there are people here more qualified and better suited to run our Country.

Heston:  If he is elected I would cry out, “You may conquer the land, You may slaughter the people.  But that is not the end.  We will rise again.”  And anyway, if society is wounded by being crazy enough to elect Obama or Hillary well, “Society mends its wounds.  And that’s invariably true in all the tragedies, in the comedies as well.  And certainly in the histories.”

Me:   You know Obama claims to be about uniting our Country, yet he attends a racially bigotted church, his wife has written essays speaking of how much she wants to see a “black” America and he clearly wants to turn our Country in to a socialist State.  What can we do about this if he is elected?

Heston:  If he is elected my first question for him bluntly would be, “Are you a master builder or a master butcher?” and then I would scream at the top of my voice, “Let my people go!”

Me:  Have you run into any Democrats up in Heaven yet?

Heston:  HA HA HA, well of course not, but if I do I know exactly what I’ll say to them…

Me:  What would that be?

Heston:  “Get your stinking paws off me, you damn dirty ape!”

Me:  Thanks so much for allowing me this opportunity.  We will all miss you.  Your life seems so rich and full, and we are truly blessed to have had your voice.

Heston:  “It’s been quite a ride.  I’ve loved every minute of it.”

-Murphy Political Blogger Alliance




April 1, 2008

I’ve missed blogging this week.  I’ve had to work hard again so that I can continue to make money for the government.  Especially this time of year when I get to pay taxes from last year and the first quarter taxes for this year all on the same day.  I guess its rice and beans for the next month.

So, there has been a lot of talk about lying the last few days.  If Letterman would have a TOP 10 list for Hillary and Obama, I think it would look like this:


10.  “I am African American.”  (See post by Laurie Kendrick)

9.  “I did not personally hear Rev. Wright’s speech.”  (But then later he said he did–is he John Kerry?)

8.  “I do not support terrorism” (what about the Weather Underground and William Ayers?)

7.  “That Questionaire is not mine…well its my signature, but….”  (okay-playing the conspiracy card a little early aren’t we?)

6.  “I am patriotic.” (see previous posts by Me)

5.  “I support opportunity and growth.”  (but recently said that raising the capital gains tax from 15% to 20 or even 25% really won’t have much impact on Americans.  Really?  ha ha ha ha ha)

4.  “I have the experience necessary to lead this Country.”  (community leader? lawyer? thanks for the compliment Obama–I’m both as well–but probably not fit to lead the US–you go right ahead and try)

3.  “I want to unite all of us.”  (“But don’t forget my grandmother is scared of black people”)

2.  “My father was brought here to learn by Kennedy.” (actually, his father came over as part of a program that the Kennedy’s contributed to–at a later time-nice try dude)


1.  “I AM NOT A LIBERAL.”  (That actually may be true as his ideas tend to lean more to socialism than liberalism)


10.  “I wear a size 6 pants.” (seriously)

9.  “I was nearly shot in Serbia” (while being greeted by security and supporters and a freaking parade)

8.  “I was named after Sir Edmund Hilary” (the man who climbed Mt. Everest–problem is, he did that 5 years after she was born–ha ha ha)

7.  “Chelsea was jogging toward the towers on 9/11” (in a later interview Chelsea said she was in bed asleep on the other side of town when they were hit)

6. “I’m not some little woman standing by her man like Tammy Wynette” (wow!  sure seems that way)

5.  “When I was young I played pickup basketball”  ( I so wish I could photoshop something for this–UPDATE:  last week she declared that the 10-22 Michigan Wolverines should be the NCAA Champions-wha?)

4.  “I am an avid duck-hunter.” (she actually said this to some upstate New Yorkers–good try to get the NRA–but sorry Hillary, they hate your ever-lovin’ guts)

3.  “When I lived in Chicago I was a Yankees’ Fan.” (whatever)

2.  “I learned how to make money in the futures market from the Wall Street Journal.” (actually the Journal didn’t cover the futures market when she “made” her money in it.)



So with all of this lying going on–what is the message we are to glean from it all?  Is it simply okay to lie?  Should we use that as a method of getting ahead?  You say–I’m not a liar!  Let’s see:


Do you ever . . . ?

– pretend to be some thing, or some one other than who and what you really are?

– smile, while hiding your true feelings about people, activities, or situations?

– say one thing while thinking something different or totally opposite?

– answer questions according to what you think the other person wants to hear, rather than the truth?

– express agreement just to avoid an argument?

– make promises which you do not intend to keep?

– say one thing aloud, while silently qualifying your statement to yourself?

– use an excuse to qualify a previous untrue statement?

– withhold certain facts and overemphasize others to lead your listener to your desired conclusion?

– omit the positive and emphasize the negative in order to obtain sympathy for yourself?

– pretend to “forget” or pretend to have “misunderstood” when it suits your purposes?

– blame others for your problems or mistakes?

– say anything other than what you are thinking out of fear of the consequences?

– use evasive answers to avoid telling the truth?

– accept only those who agree with you as having the truth?

– allege a noble reason for fulfilling a selfish desire?

– use unrevealed exaggeration to get or hold the attention of others?

– claim to want the truth when you truly want anything else?

– claim to be offended by liars and by lying, and yet you lie to others?

– condemn the lying of others, but relabel your lies with softer sounding names?

– accept and reject lies from others as it suits your personal interests?

– pretend that a lie is the truth merely because you want it to be the truth?

– hear only what you want to hear and ignore the rest?

– claim that an untruth is “for their own good”?

– claim that “the truth will do more harm than good”?

– place others in a position of having to choose whether to lie in order to spare your feelings?

– tell yourself that if it concerns something unimportant, then the truth doesn’t matter?

– tell yourself that as long as it doesn’t hurt anyone, the truth doesn’t matter?

– tell yourself or others that some lies (xmas, easter bunny, social flattery) are better than the truth?

– practice denial?

– say anything other than the truth in order to manipulate others?

– pay insincere compliments in order to appear friendly?

– withhold critical information in order to appear more desirable?

– use unrevealed exaggeration to enhance your reputation?

Okay–I could go on and on–if you answered “yes” to any of these–congrats–you are a liar!  So therefore, we should not be so harsh on poor little Obama and Hillary right?

WRONG–there is a huge difference in excusing the lies of others and excusing the lies of someone who wants to lead the greatest Nation in the World.  Leaders are people that others follow.  Therefore, the single most powerful leader of this World must have integrity, honesty, compassion, determination, steadfastness, diligence, honor, self-sacrifice, boldness, and greatness.  None of these words are used to define a liar.  Higher standard?  You Bet!

-Murphy Political Blogger Alliance

I’m Voting For the Belmont Basketball Team for President

March 21, 2008


As you may have heard, last night the men of Belmont nearly rose up and defeated the #2 seed Duke.  Unfortunately they did not prevail with Duke edging them in the last few seconds 71-70.  However, as I watched this game it occurred to me that the Belmont team would make a great President.

1.  First-they were in a war that most people had decided they could not win.  Only 2% of Vegas betters had Belmont winning the game.  Nevertheless, they continued to fight hard all the way to the end, never showing any signs of defeat or signs that they believed they could not win.

2.  They played with class–they did not criticize Duke or try and belittle them as a way of making their point, they simply rose to the occassion, played better than they were expected to and showed class and stamina.

3.  They didn’t race bait–they never pointed out how “white” Duke was compared to them or how they were being oppressed by Duke or how Duke was playing a race card to get ahead.  They simply met them on the floor man to man and out-played them most of the game.

4.  They are not any more or less experienced than either Democrat candidate, nor or they any less qualified.  As for McCain–well he does have them beat on that–but they are much younger so there’s that.

In the end, the team I wanted didn’t win.  The difference–in the Fall the candidate with the most credibility, experience, stamina and integrity will win the most coveted office in Government in the World.  Sorry Obama–better luck next time.

Have a great and wonderful Easter–or at least one better than this kid:  (note to Parents–if the Easter bunny resembles the love child of Satan and Steven Tyler–probably going to make your kid cry) 

-Murphy Political Blogger Alliance

Interview With An Obama Supporter

March 18, 2008

Well, I continue to be amazed at the support this man has obtained.  I know there is a lot of Bush-hatin’ goin’ on out there–but so many people are ready to throw their freedoms away to a leader willing to expand government intrusion into our lives and suck away millions more $ from our pockets in the form of higher taxes, expand entitlements for the “poor” and tax the producers thereby discouraging production and innovation.  And this is amazing–so I thought I’d send out a senior level of my staff here at Murphy Klasing’s Conservative Blog to interview a few Obama supporters and find out the truth behind their robotic praise of this man.

 Here is what we found:

(First to the guy on the left):  “So tell us, why are you supporting Obama for President?”

Jethro: “Because Obama stands for Change and for Hope and for the Future and we need Change and Hope in the Future because right now is the present and we stand here without Hope or even Hope for Change in the present because it is already here.”

“Okay, but what type of Change is he proposing that you support?”

Jethro: “The kind of Change that brings Hope to the Future.  You see, in the Future we must have Change because without it there will be no Hope.  If we live in the Future without Hope, then we will be the same….and…look at me, I need change.”

“Um, okay, let’s see what you have to say.”  (Turning to the middle guy)


 “So, you seem to be pretty gung-ho about Obama, with the face shirt and all, what do you consider Obama’s greatest accomplishment so far?”

Monty“Well, he stayed in the race for President when he was initially losing to that white chick.  Ummm…oh, and he has developed a plan for the Future.”

“Well, I meant what accomplishments does he have prior to running for President that qualifies him for such a high position in the World?”

Monty: “Oh, well, I just started liking him when he started running so I’m not sure, but someone on your blog said he had been a community leader once and he taught at a law school or somthing but the thing is, he knows the Future because he has had Hope for it and that Hope means that he can Change the Future…which is good because right now the Future is bad news with all the gas prices and the war that Bush and Halibut started.”

“You mean Halliburton?”

Monty:  “Yeah, that company that Cheney is running.”

“You realize, don’t you that Cheney is the Vice-President?”

Monty:  “Really?  I thought he was like the CEO or CFO or whatever.”

“Well, we are getting off track, let’s talk to our last supporter.”

(turning to the guy on the right) 


“I see you’ve been given your indoctrination papers, er… your Obama support package, can you tell me does it trouble you that Obama continues to stand behind a Preacher who spews hate-filled, racist, anti-American sentiment from the pulpit?”

Mike: “Look here, I’m not gonna be trapped into some right-wing nut jobs’ idea of a “fair and balanced” interview–if you want to talk about the issues, I’m happy to discuss them.  First, Obama is a man who understands Change.  He understands it and therefore can bring it.  Second, he understands Hope.  He understands it and therefore he can raise it.  Third, he understands the Future.  He understands it therefore he can make it.  You want me to repeat that?”

“No, I think I got it, but can you tell me what the *$#&@ that means?  I mean seriously what kind of Change, What kind of Hope and what is his vision for the Future?”

Mike:  “I think you need to get off my porch right now.  If you cannot understand the kind of Hope and Change he can bring to the Future, then you obviously have your head stuck in a pile of garbage being fed to you by Rush and Hannity.”

“Okay, but wait, one more question, how does he differ philisophically from Hillary?”

Mike: “I guess you are blind.  He is not a Clinton, he is not a woman, and he is not white.”

“Oh, but his grandmother was white…”

Mike: “Get off my porch.”

-Murphy Political Blogger Alliance

Hillary Clinton Brought Peace to Ireland–And Invented Post-Its.

March 10, 2008

 As you may have already heard, last Wednesday on CNN, Hillary Clinton proclaimed that she “helped bring peace to Northern Ireland.”  The First Minister of Ireland, Lord Trimble of Linsagarvey said that her claim was a “wee bit silly.”

I love that the Irish say “wee bit.”  I don’t know why, but I LOVE IT!

Anyway, just because, in this one isolated instance, she may have exaggerated her role doesn’t mean she hasn’t accomplished numerous other things.  I just thought, as the election continues that you ought to know about the rest that Hillary has done.  She hasn’t admitted all of these yet, but she will, in due time, maybe in a “wee bit.” 

 Other things Hillary Has Accomplished:

1.  She Introduced Nancy Reagan to Her Now Secret Love-Mr. T.

Say what you want about her, but that Hillary is certainly a matchmaker–and anyway she likes Nancy–it was just her husband that she would like to dig up and slap.

2.  She Started the “White-Man Slave Camp” at the White House

Here you see a staff member during the Clinton Presidency that worked for Hillary.  To show her sensitivity to the horrors of slavery inflicted by the white man–she required all staffers to enter through this door.  She is so sensitive!

3. She Knows How To Entertain a Terrorist

Following this photo, Ms. Clinton put on some finger symbols and began to dance and shake.  It was amazing!

4.  During Her Campagin She Revolutionized Immigration Reform

Amazingly, the number of arrests have been reduced by half–but only among the Chinese and suburban white families.

5. She Single-Handedly Made Sure that The Trade Center Towers Fell Straight Down and not On Top Of Other Buildings

Probably her greatest accomplishment to date–Hillary, while in New York on 9/11 went to Ground Zero and using nothing more than her cosmic energy and a raised palm, made sure the towers did not topple.  I hate to “out” her on this one because I know she is saving it–but I just feel the world needs to know now.  How can you possibly make a wise election decision without all the facts?  You can’t.

She is Hillary, she is woman, she is something.

-Murphy  (This post is dedicated to Laurie Kendrick–because I know how much Hillary means to you) Political Blogger Alliance