Wednesday, September 9, 2009


Found the following at Economic Swim.

I present it here without further comment:


Lone Ranger said...

These things just get funnier and funnier.

ablur said...

That was great. Truth spoken plain and simple. Some people just don't get it.

Tom said...

Great find! I am so stealing, er, borrowing this one!

Shaw Kenawe said...

Jack Webb is dead.

And Barack Hussein Obama is the President of the United States of America.

But I understand that made you feel "empowered" for 1:34 seconds.

Whereas Mr. Obama has 7+ years more to go.

Pace yourself. You're gonna need all the ranting and raving you can muster for the next 7+ years.

Good luck.

Joe said...

Shaw Kenawe: I am very sorry that you do not like the principles put forth by "Joe Friday and his partner" in this video.

It must be sad to have to live in a country with those ideals and principles. You might reconsider relocation.

You have not revealed anything new by pointing out that Jack Webb is dead and Obama is president...most of us knew that already.

Using that logic, of course, we can learn nothing from the dead people of history.

But I want to thank you for your well thought out and brilliantly presented rebuttal of the thoughts outlined in the video.

People of your level of ability to put forth facts and ideas in such a coherent way and call them dialog are why we're where we are today.

shoprat said...

Obama won't listen.

Lone Ranger said...

George Washington is dead. Thomas Jefferson is dead. Abraham Lincoln is dead. Ronald Reagan is dead. THAT'S THE POINT!!! If men like these were still alive, a fascist like Obama wouldn't get anywhere NEAR the White House. And Americans would know just a LITTLE BIT about the Constitution and how this country is supposed to run.

Dan said...

Love this. It makes me homesick for the days when TV wasn't a hate America fest.

Pasadena Closet Conservative said...

That gave me chills.

Lone Ranger said...

If you like old TV, radio and movies, try this site.
Search for Dragnet under Moving Images and you'll get shows from the '50s.