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HUH?!? Rand Paul, Racist? Hillary Clinton as Johnny Paycheck? Cold War Over?

Here it comes. Rand Paul will be denounced as racist.


He dared suggest that government spending was too high.

He blamed liberals for the inner city and quoted Martin Luther King.

He suggested that there was worth in work and said that all who want to work ought to be able.

He advocated school choice.

Among other things. It’s all enough to make progressives draw on their usual dog whistle…racism.


Hillzille says, I be yo bizzle.

For those unacquainted, the translation is “Hillary says I am you b—-“. Essentially that’s her campaign approach as she casts herself in the role of champion for the working poor.

That’s right. She’s transitioning from Chappaqua and server farms to play Johnny Paycheck for a group of Americans she’s never had any real connection with. Let’s face it, her bio doesn’t include a stint driving a delivery truck, working an assembly line, or buffing the floors at a mall overnight.

It does include a plethora of far left activism, criminal activity, and purposeful falsehood. Those all are well known.

Perhaps, though, the better question to pose is, why should Hillary or any candidate be evaluated on their ability to feel our pain?

It isn’t a Constitutional requirement.


“Worth sharing”.

A broken clock is right twice each day. Thus it is with team Obama.

With all their usual sophomoric snark they tweeted a jab at Netanyahu in an effort to boost support for their Iran deal. It’s not hard to picture the usual snaggle-tooth Obamunists behaving as though this were a stroke of pure genius.

It is.

But not why they think it is.

The tweet is “worth sharing” as their lead line states. It is worth sharing and remembering in about fifteen months when Iran announces it’s nuclear weapons capability.

Thank you team Obama, and yes, let’s all share your tweet.


With his typical snark Obama attempted to deflect criticism of his Cuba overture when he said “the cold war is over”.

Is the cold war over in Cuba, Barack Obama?

They still adhere to hardline Marxism. The same Marxism that has done no good whatsoever despite fifty years of trying.

The Castros have tried something for half a century with nothing to show for it but failure. It’s not up to us to change our approach. It’s on them to emerge from their own iron curtain.

Andrew Allen

Andrew Allen (@aandrewallen) grew up in the American southeast and for more than two decades has worked as an information technoloigies professional in various locations around the globe. A former far-left activist, Allen became a conservative in the late 1990s following a lengthy period spent questioning his own worldview. When not working IT-related issues or traveling, Andrew Allen spends his time discovering new ways to bring the pain by exposing the idiocy of liberals and their ideology.