Wedding Cake of Corruption


All "results" that the media reports on the polls is pure distortion.

Here's why:

An order from the very top of the cake is given to minions in the layer directly below them.

If the order is a demand to commit an action of fraud, the minion must comply. Because that minion has (in the past) already been the recipient of a favor (a plum job, a pay raise without merit, a bribe, etc). This favor makes them beholden (and extremely loyal) to the level above them.

Along the way down, each level adds their own tiny % increase on the demand so as to "over-deliver" on the promise to their direct supervisor/caretaker. So the cumulative effect would result in an overblown delivery.

For example...If Hillary demanded a 10% skewing of results, by the time the order reached the level of poll takers, the demand could have become "20% skewing of results.

It is all trickle-down corruption.
TOO many people, at
TOO many levels, have received
TOO many favors, OR
TOO much graft, for far
TOO long.

"LOYALTY to the MACHINE" always outweighs "LOYALTY to the US CITIZENS"

Categories: Politics, Corruption

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Trump's Carryover Losses

Trump had over $900M in carryover losses.
Which explains why he hasn't paid taxes.

As a fellow entrepreneur, I knew it.
Because, I have also experienced launch failures. And my carry-forwards lasted 9 years. It is part of life for being a risk-taker and a pioneer. ALL entrepreneurs have to endure a series of failures before profits come to fruition.

That the Left does not understand this demonstrates their limited understanding of risk, capital, GAAP (accounting) and capitalism.

But the probably DO understand. Yet they choose to create conflict over nothing.

Corrupt DEMO-CUNTS just lie!-lie!-lie! to the ignorant, the gullible and the weak !!!

Categories: Politics, Business, Taxes

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Gross Gunk Gooks Give to Gorge Guts of Shrimp

CMC is Carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) or cellulose gum. It is non-toxic and used in a variety of food and non-food products as a as a viscosity modifier or thickener, and to stabilize emulsions in various products including ice cream.

But can we trust the Chinese to make it correctly?

According to NOAA's FishWatch.gov site:

"Today, up to 90 percent of seafood consumed in the United States is imported, and about half of this is wild-caught. A significant portion (what does THAT mean?) of this imported seafood is caught by American fishermen, exported overseas for processing (WHY???), and then reimported (How do we know?) to the United States."

The United States mainly imports seafood from China, Thailand, Canada, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Ecuador.

Our top imports (by volume) include shrimp, freshwater fish, tuna, salmon, groundfish, crab, and squid. Check out U.S. foreign trade statistics.

Trade tracking programs monitor the international trade of some species such as bluefin tuna, swordfish, bigeye tuna, and Chilean sea bass by requiring that imports include documentation of details on catch—such as what gear was used and when and where the fish was caught.

Categories: Ecology, Food, Expose

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Space X Explosion


Disaster, thy name is "Obama"

The Space X explosion on September 3, 2016 was a perfect example of what Affirmative Action (AA) yields.
It is failure at the most spectaular level.
Obama calls it: "Muslim Outreach"
I call it: "One buffoonish narcissist's impetuous indulgence of an idealogical fetish."

Were you all aware that N.A.S.A. is now just a dumbed-down shell of its former self, and why?
Because Obama just needed to re-staff the very top of this hallowed organization with his hand-picked charity cases. He wanted to link his name to JFK's for future generations to behold.

While this rocket failure was a "privately-funded" endeavor, it took place at NASA's Cape Canaveral in Florida; and there is no denying this episode was likely due to the organizational changes initiated by EXECUTIVE FIAT, by an imbecile charlatan, with absolutely NO scientific background.

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On the Complexities of Oliver Stone

I agree that Oliver Stone is a genius.

But his oeuvre is filled with odd contradictions that oscillate between socially significant to wastefully self-indulgent.

For me, Wall Street, The Doors, Any Given Sunday, Talk Radio are his best.
Like most folks, I have not see all 20 of his films (perhaps 11 or so).

I was not a particular fan of either of his Viet Nam films. The liberal marketing push for both of those films bordered on sleazy. Often heralded as the "First great Viet Nam film ever", Platoon is far from it. The Odd Angry Shot (1999 Australia) and Apocalypse Now (1999) beat him by 7 years, followed by the the excellent mini-series A Rumor of War (1980 US).
But you'd never know it because of Orion pix' nauseating Politically Correct promotion machine.

I refused to pay a dime to see either of his anti-conservative hit-pieces on Nixon or GWB.

Personally, Natural Born Killers was a complete mess. And I stormed out halfway through it. I had no interest in wading through Stone's never-ending mosaic of wanton criminality and personal demonic fetishes. It also permanently destroyed Woody Harrelson as an actor. For me, Harrelson became another Linda Blair as I could never un-see the visual depravity which he so relished in this role.

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Big Gulp

Categories: Humor, Memes, Politics

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Why Milo is So Cool

Milo is SO FUCKING COOL!!!!!!

He makes me laugh AND he's turning the world on it's ear.
He flouts the insane liberal dogma and marches to his own drum.

In a time when conservatives are the ONLY courageous counter-cultural voices, Milo has earned praise for being the first FLAMBOYANTLY GAY conservative.

But I say he is the first FLAMBOYANTLY CONSERVATIVE gay crime fighter.

He's the....

1) Jim West of the West Village
2) Han Solo of SoHo
3) Indy Jones of Jones Beach
4) Jason Bourne of Bournemouth
5) Dirty Harry of San Fran

Categories: Humor, Politics, Fashion & Style

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The Night Before

On the evening of 9/10/2001, I was driving home to our condo in Guttenberg, NJ and the rain was literally a monsoon. Now, ever the adventurer, I'd always loved treacherous weather. I found driving through it to be a thrilling challenge; a test of skill and nerves; or just a welcomed change of pace from the mundane. And New York City drivers, like me, loved this kind of stuff!

But things were different this time.

For the first time in my life I was truly terrified by the weather.. The gloomy reaction was probably related to having become a 1st-time father just 10 weeks earlier. When I arrived home safely, all I wanted to do was hold my newborn son.

Shortly after midnight (right about this exact time, actually) I was cradling him in our giant bed. Peaceful, sleeping, beautiful, infant son. Lying on my side and rubbing his little back I began bawling uncontrollably. Talking to my wife about my fears for our child and wondering what kind of dangerous world this poor kid would have to grow up in. I could not stop crying for over an hour.

Several hours later I received a call to walked the 50 yards to our Hudson River promenade. The WTC towers were burning.

1) Why did I have such a vivid premonition of doom that night?
2) And how could the morning sky have been so clear, crisp and amazing after the prior evening's treachery.

These are two questions for which only GOD knows the answers..

Categories: Personal, American History

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Obama's Disgusting Poem, "POP"

If you've never read Obama's poem called "Pop" you may want to drink some Pepto-Bismol beforehand.

Because "Pop" is nothing but a pornographic ode to pedophilia. It describes a sexual act between a young boy and an old, fat, sweaty alcoholic man. That man is Franklin Marshall Davis (communist, pornographer, pedophile and possibly Obama's real father)

Obama wrote "POP" in High School and it is now celebrated by liberals everywhere as a 'masterpiece'. (barf!!!! more Pepto please!!)

Hold your nose and check it out. if you dare....

Sitting in his seat, a seat broad and broken
In, sprinkled with ashes,
Pop switches channels, takes another
Shot of Seagrams, neat, and asks
(neat=straight whiskey)
What to do with me, a green young man
Who fails to consider the
Flim and flam of the world, since
Things have been easy for me;
I stare hard at his face, a stare
That deflects off his brow;
I'm sure he's unaware of his
Dark, watery eyes, that
Glance in different directions,
And his slow, unwelcome twitches,
Fail to pass.
I listen, nod,
Listen, open, till I cling to his pale,
Beige T-shirt, yelling,
Yelling in his ears, that hang
With heavy lobes, but he's still telling
His joke, so I ask why
He's so unhappy, to which he replies . . .
But I don't care anymore, cause
He took too damn long, and from
Under my seat, I pull out the
Mirror I've been saving; I'm laughing,
(mirror for a line of cocaine?)
Laughing loud, the blood rushing from his face
To mine, as he grows small,
A spot in my brain, something
That may be squeezed out, like a
Watermelon seed between
Two fingers.
Pop takes another shot, neat,
Points out the same amber
Stain on his shorts that I've got on mine and
Makes me smell his smell, coming
From me; he switches channels, recites an old poem
He wrote before his mother died,
Stands, shouts, and asks
For a hug, as I shink, my
("shink" can mean in urban slang to become awkward.)
Arms barely reaching around
His thick, oily neck, and his broad back; 'cause
I see my face, framed within
Pop's black-framed glasses
And know he's laughing too.

-- Barack Obama

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Final Scene of Godfather II

The final five minutes from The Godfather II.

Not only loaded with action and conflict but the scene establishes the relationships between the four Corleone brothers and where they sit within the current pecking order.

We see family emotions sway between:

Tension to Promise;
Rage to Joy;
Fear to Hope.

It is pure operatic genius.

All of this packed into one amazing scene...

1) It's Christmas time. The evening of Monday, December 8th, 1941.
2) The Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor just happened the prior day, which was also Don Vito's birthday.
3) Lots of excitement around the dinner table as the family prepares a birthday surprise for the Don.
4) Sonny introduces Carlo to Connie for the 1st time.
5) Sal Tessio arrives dressed in winter gear and delivers a beautiful birthday cake from Nazorine, the baker.
6) Carlo and Connie work together putting candles on the birthday cake.
7) Michael has just arrived home from college for the holidays and everyone is happy to see him.
8) Family discusses Pearl Harbor attack and we learn varied opinions on the concept of patriotism vs. family.
9) Michael tells his family he's enlisted in the Marines.
10) Sonny tells Connie to leave the dining room and "go show Carlo the tree".
11) Sonny scuffles with Michael over the news of his enlistment.
12) Sonny's little daughter says: "Mommy, Daddy's fighting again!" and then giggles.
13) Tom tells Michael that he and the Don have been discussing Michael's future, which draws Michael's ire.
14) Eldest brother Fredo (the simpleton) attempts to congratulate Micheal, but Sonny interrupts him harshly.
15) Sonny barks at Fredo a command to get him a drink. And Fredo complies.
16) Vito's car has just pulled up outside. The entire family leaves to go greet him at the front door.
17) Michael remains at the table alone to contemplate his position in the family and his own self-determination for his future.


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