Urbin Report

Friday, July 24, 2009

Apparently, this should required viewing by the facility of Harvard University

This is an Educational Video by Chris Rock that should be required viewing by Harvard University Professors.



While the white, middle class, cop is getting pronounced guilty of racism by our Dear Leader on national TV, the rich Harvard University professor is relaxing at his other home on Martha's Vineyard.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Where is Code Pink?

Our Dear Leader's administration has announced that it plans on increasing the size of the US Army by "22,000 soldiers to help meet the needs of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan..."

Where is Code Pink? Why are they not protesting this? Could it be that they really aren't a non-partisan group only interest in "world peace?"

Code Pink's silence in this matter speaks volumes about their actual, extremist far left, agenda.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Friday B-Movie Pick: The Running Man

The Running Man

An Arnold Schwarzenegger classic from 1997. California in 2017 has become a police state in the wake of the world's economy's total collapse. The hero is wrong accused and tossed in a brutal prison along with Yaphet Kotto's character, who is there for teaching kids about the Constitution of the United States of America. Ya, I know, it sounds like where America is heading under the reign of our Dear Leader. Besides that, it's a fun film with added bonuses like Jesse Ventura, Professor Toru Tanaka, Mick Fleetwood, and great performance by Richard Dawson. It was directed by Paul Michael Glaser, From the Starsky and Hutch TV show, and choreography by Paula Abdul.

Friday B-Movie Archive.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Obama’s Dismal Failure

The democrat's "stimulus" bill has been proven to be what it was labeled when it was rammed through congress and down the throats of the American people, a "porkulus" bill. It was supposed to boost the economy, but has had the predictable, opposite effect.

House Republicans, attempting to regain the mantel of fiscal responsibility after screwing that pooch, point out the failure of the democrats porkulus sceme

“The report we got from the Department of Transportation is dated July 3rd,” said Mica at the Capitol Hill press conference. “It indicates how much money of the $48 billion [allocated to the Transportation Department] they have control over has gone out -- that’s $523 million – 1 percent, approximately 1 percent. And the top 10 states of unemployment, our leading states, including the District of Columbia, only $83 million has gone out to those states.”

“This stimulus package was sold to the country as being an infrastructure bill,” said Rep. John ‘Jimmy’ Duncan (R-Tenn.), “and yet only somewhere between 7 and 8 percent of it was aimed at or provided for infrastructure in the first place.”
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“Remember, the stimulus promised 3.5 million jobs was being created, and yet 2 million jobs – additional lost jobs – have been lost. Dismal failure.”

“The stimulus promised,” said Diaz-Balart, “and we were told that in the budget committee and we were told that publicly by the administration, that unemployment would not go above 8 percent if that stimulus passed. Look at the numbers now.”


Of course the democrat's porkulus bill isn't helping the economy. That isn't what it was intended to do. The goal of the Obama administration is not to fix the economy, but to fundamentally change the role of government in the United States of America.

Originally posted at the Urbin Report

Sunday, July 12, 2009

US President Praised for saving lives in Africa

Our Dear Leader visited Africa and had to deal with the locals praising former US President George W. Bush for his work in helping the people of Africa. Not the governments, mostly corrupt, but the people.

Our Dear Leader's legacy so far is screwing the pooch on what should have been an economic recovery and nominating a woman to the Supreme Court who makes racist statements that would have made George Wallace blush.

Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Ace correctly calls the difference between the Right & Left

Here is the money quote from really good rant.

...let us not forget an important factor: Conservativism was the no-bullshit party. If you were a liberal, there’s a whole list of pieties you were required to loudly proclaim your belief in, even if you didn’t believe them at all.

Red meat bad, green power good, everyone on welfare is a deserving soul who is out of work through no fault whatsoever of his own, and, in fact, it’s really the productive members of society who are to blame for their ills, when you think of it.

You know the litany.

Conservatives, on the other hand, had — for a while — a fairly open and dynamic and vigorous exchange of ideas, in which some ideas might be wrong, some ideas might be crazy, but few ideas were actually forbidden.

Go read the whole thing.

John Bergstrom Doesn't Play Well With Others


There are days that I think that we need a new party.

Which is how I got involved with the Libertarians two decades ago.
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Thursday, July 02, 2009

Quote of the Day

One must admit, though, that socialist dogma is even more effective than ale in causing one “to see the world as the world’s not.” After all, no matter how much alcohol one consumes, one will eventually sober up…

Yup, true words from AuricTech. Suggested by Leslie Bates, who has an interesting, and frighteningly sobering, prediction concerning our Dear Leader and his distaste for actual democracy.