Is Obama a Secret Jedi Reject?

Kicked to the curb out of the Jedi Temple, after roaming the streets of Coruscant as a homeless youngling, he materializes in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America, Planet Earth.

His extra-terrestrial genetic structure enabled him with powers some perceived as gifts. Discovered to be a low-level Force-sensitive individual during his short Jedi training, here on Earth his meager midi-chlorian levels are sufficient to sway the weak-minded. For many Earth years, he worked behind the scenes, manipulating events and people to his ultimate goal of galactic domination. He met and married the descendant of a Gungan princess to solidify his standing with the Earth dwellers as a person deserving the respect due royalty.

After years of intimidation, bribes, prevarication and obfuscation, he hoodwinked his way into the highest office of the land, the Presidency of the United States of America. This position made him one of the most powerful beings on the planet. His quest was nearly complete. All that remained was to declare a reorganization of the US into an empire and proclaim himself Emperor and then …

The Resistance made itself known. A peaceable clan, similar in nature to Ewoks and Wookiees, they worked and lived in blissful obscurity until they felt the chilling evil creep into their everyday lives.

Sensing a disturbance in his plan for total control of all things breathing, the President turned to a media favorite of stoners and liberals, to get out his message that all was not lost. Unfortunately, the message he sent was not the message received, because, you see, other people read that magazine and deciphered his coded messages to his minions. Several snippets are compelling in that they may reveal who his original Jedi instructor was [Emphasis – admin].

“I think the Tea Party is an amalgam, a mixed bag of a lot of different strains in American politics that have been there for a long time. There are some strong and sincere libertarians who are in the Tea Party who generally don’t believe in government intervention in the market or socially. There are some social conservatives in the Tea Party who are rejecting me the same way they rejected Bill Clinton, the same way they would reject any Democratic president as being too liberal or too progressive. There are strains in the Tea Party that are troubled by what they saw as a series of instances in which the middle-class and working-class people have been abused or hurt by special interests and Washington, but their anger is misdirected.

“And then there are probably some aspects of the Tea Party that are a little darker, that have to do with anti-immigrant sentiment or are troubled by what I represent as the president. So I think it’s hard to characterize the Tea Party as a whole, and I think it’s still defining itself.”

Characterizing the resistance as bearing a darkness of motive? Really? Perhaps we should refresh our memories of one of the most horrid Sith Lords of all, who also dreamt of galactic domination.

The dark side of the Force is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural.

Remember him? Senator Palpatine, who (through his own decree) became Emperor Palpatine, who in reality was Darth Sidious? Consider Obama’s own unnatural rise to prominence. The Other McCain:

When is it a bad thing to place principle over party? We’ve seen this BHO more or less become the Democrat party. They’ve made politics personal, and created a demigod out of a bobblehead.

The four years of non-stop anti-personnel weaponry unleashed against W managed to state that he was both an evil, diabolical deceiver who could take Congress and country to war for fun, yet also a buffoon incapable of tying his shoes.

BHO was supposed to have been a philosopher–king who cruises in on the unicorn and dashingly dispels despair. Yet in stark contrast, he stands revealed as somebody who fights back. . .with his hands firmly entrenched in his pockets. “Don’t make me campaign on you with the Teleprompter of Death, punk.”

Could Obama have been secretly tutored, then rejected as unsuitable, by Darth Sidious himself? It appears he scored highly in his lower-level “mis-direction” lessons, but evidently he never made it to the upper-level courses of “finishing what you start.” Could the incessant whining have been his downfall?

In November he will feel the sting of a nation wronged, but still able to fight to save their way of life! Again, the Emperor’s word ring through the light-years:

Only now, at the end, do you understand. Your feeble skills are no match for the power of the dark side! You have paid the price for your lack of vision!

Ponder, we must, this new development.

UPDATE: From Trog

Welcome Right Wing News readers! Sit a spell and have a look around. Enjoy The Force, Southern Style.

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Thank You, President Obama

(Before you faint dead-away at the title of this post, bear with me.)

Thank you, President Obama.

Thank you for arrogance. Your dismissive tone. Your obsession with golf. Your aloofness. Your constantly mixed messages on which god/God you worship. Your elitism. Your inability to speak coherently off the cuff. Your history of corruption. Your confusion regarding American traditions. Your unpresidential behavior. Your lack of a work ethic. Your attacks against those who dare to disagree. Your purposeful weakening of this great nation. Your bowing and scraping to foreign dignitaries, including those who would kill every American if they had enough bullets.

Thank you for proclaiming that you feel our pain, while you jet to NYC for date nights, eat fancy steaks from Japan, throw opulent parties, and vacation in places only the richest can even get a glimpse of.

Thank you for giving us a First Lady so horrid, so ill-mannered and so terribly self-engrossed that an entire cottage industry has sprung up just to criticize her lack of fashion sense. Her antipathy to class and taste, combined with a glaring lack of gracious charm so required of any hostess (never mind heads of state), make her (and us) a laughing stock among world leaders.

You created the firestorm over your beginnings simply by your reluctance to share your grades, dissertations, resume, vaccination record and even birth certificate. One simple gesture could have stopped it all, but you choose to seal those records, immediately heightening suspicion. Why seal them, if you (still) claim you have nothing to hide?

You created the same current anti-government sentiment in this country that you campaigned on in 2008, but criticize now.

You awoke the sleeping giant that is plain, ordinary America. The America that wants no part of your socialist agenda, your progressive degradation of this great nation, your lies.

You did this. And for that, I thank you, Mr. President.

Cross-posted at Potluck and RedState

The Supposed Separation of Church and State

Since Obama wasn’t raised as an American and only attended far-left colleges, no wonder he doesn’t understand the premise of (and history) of the American ideal of church and state.

Chris Wysocki wonders if perhaps, that Jesus must have been a Democrat and Allah, too. Especially since Obama can’t seem to be able to keep them straight. Must be part of that “57 state” syndrome he suffered occasionally during the campaign.

I mean, cut The Won some slack. He must have missed his tee times this week, shmoozing the UN and all. Or had a moment of fright over the containment system failures.

Back in Action

After a long weekend off, I’m back! All the same blah, blah, blah was here, blah-blahing away on Monday, so I didn’t miss much.

Fausta has a great post up on Real Clear World about Mono Jojoy, a formerly elusive and notorious Columbian terrorist, being killed. Guess what gave him away? His special-order diabetic shoes, which had been intercepted and surreptitiously chipped with a GPS unit by Columbian intelligence agents. Guess he won’t be filing that insurance reimbursement claim for diabetes supplies after all.

Another Stacy smack-down. He must have tired of David Frum, the last whipping boy.

And if you ever needed evidence that the UN was absolutely useless, well here’s your sign.

Catching up on politics and stuff, and counting the days until November 2.

Smitty Two-fer

Smitty of The Other McCain, zinged out two quotable “quotes of the day” within 24 hours, and it’s not even Friday! Enjoy.

On Dahlia Lithwick’s Jane Curtain moment,

No, Dahlia, the situation where Congress passes whatever comes out of the printer and tosses it over the hedge to clobber the economy is not a proper state of affairs. The parade of clowns who are five weeks off of getting kicked to the curb have sworn an oath, at which they scoff, to support and defend that Constitution.

Second, on Obama’s convenient skirting of “the separation of church and state” axiom by asking church leaders to push the flawed Obamacare:

The chutzpah on display is astounding, given the substantial legal questions unresolved.

Some think that Woodward’s new book will spell his Waterloo. Others that the PantherGate coverup could be a Little Big Horn moment. I think that the dread of the November election, itself, will devastate the President like the Japanese did the Russians at Tsushima. Yes, it’s an obscure reference, but, if you study the event, you’ll see how like that Russian fleet these Democrats are. So hapless as to border on pitiful, without meriting pity.

Fold up that Risk board, the game is over.

40 Days

Samuel Adams pointed out a sobering fact concerning our political survival as a free people when he said:

” But neither the wisest constitution nor the wisest laws will secure the liberty and happiness of a people whose manners are universally corrupt. He therefore is the truest friend to the liberty of his country who tries most to promote its virtue, and who, so far as his power and influence extend, will not suffer a man to be chose into any office of power and trust who is not a wise and virtuous man.” (Wells, Life of Samuel Adams, 1:22.)

He then went on to say that public officials should not be chosen if they are lacking in experience, training, proven virtue, and demonstrated wisdom. He said the task of the electorate is to choose those whose “fidelity has been tried in the nicest and tenderest manner, and had been ever firm and unshaken.” (Ibid.)

(Skousen, The Five Thousand Year Leap, p. 47)

November is coming; Obama is visibly rattled, when he’s not laughing off his former supporter’s pleas for a little substance.

Remember in the pre-White-House-occupation campaign, his minions gloated that Barack Obama was a “constitutional scholar?” Yeah right – Obama can’t even quote the Declaration of Independence correctly.

Imagine Samuel Adams (patriot) meeting Barack Obama, or Hillary Clinton, or Nancy Pelosi (not patriots) on the street. Who would he clobber first? Leave your punchline in the comments.

Quote of the Day

Warner Todd Huston nails it at Gateway Pundit:

But somehow I can’t escape the feeling that this flippancy comes from Obama’s envy that George W.Bush got a “big event” to make his presidency while all Obama has gotten is a bad economy, massive job loss, and dissatisfaction at every level of society. No big disaster that he could make his nut on. Heck he even wasted the BP Oil spill with weeks of inactivity.

I can just see him, green with envy that Bush got that big moment. If ONLY Hussein could get a big attack of his own, why THEN he’d show the world what a great president he could be! If only we could “absorb” a big one like 9/11, eh Barrack? And we’d take it…. and take it….

Now, remember the old days when we had a president that was willing to take the fight to the terrorists? Now we have a president that is waiting to “absorb” attacks on us, HERE. And we take it…

Yeah. Remember the good ol’ days?

They Follow Alinsky Rules Until Breitbart Shows Up

Then they scatter like the chickens they are. Name callin’ chickens that is. Andrew asked the sign-toters to speak about the signs they were totin’. Most of them couldn’t form complete sentences. I guess being coherent wasn’t in the handout that came with the sawbuck.

At least the lady at the end was civil. But she admitted she came on her own and didn’t ride the bus with the rest. Jim Hoft wonders,

So, rather than focus all energy on the economy and the suffering of the American people, Barack Obama and democrats are stalking, protesting, and harassing top conservatives and tea party patriots.

Why are we not surprised?

(More on Alinsky’s Rules here, so you don’t have to bathe after reading the book. I’m nice like that.)

My New Obsession

RightNetwork.

Run by two of my favorite internet friends, Joy and Gerard.

Joy you will remember from CPAC shenanigans. Gerard, well, someday I’ll get to meet him. I really, really hope so.

In the meantime, check out this video, Episode 1 of “In The Red Chair.”

When Kamal Saleem was a boy of 7, he began training in a PLO assault camp. This notorious terrorist group trained him to know his enemy, to hate his enemy, and to anticipate their every move. His singular purpose was to use his power to change the world for Islam. Soon he was a career mercenary, working for the cause of Jihad. But a severe accident broke his back and changed everything in an instant. The one thing that this warrior was not prepared for—was the power of love.

There will be a quiz. When you least expect it.

Playing Catch-up

Out of pocket most of the weekend, so I’m playing catch-up today.

B.J. Lawson won last week’s Ten Buck Friday poll. Running in NC, he’s a persistent fella…

B.J. Lawson is a young physician from North Carolina (NC-04) who was running against an entrenched liberal incumbent back in 2008, before it was so cool to do so. Dr. Lawson has returned in 2010, riding the red wave that promises to sweep away liberals all over the country.

Donate to his campaign directly here.

This week’s new poll is up at RightKlik.

Michigan State’s head coach, Mark Dantonio, had a heart attack after his Spartan’s upset Notre Dame in overtime by 34-31. He is resting comfortably and basking in the glow of his giant-slaying.

Unhappily (very, very unhappily), I was unable to attend the RedState gathering. So I will have to live vicariously through Moe and Erick. More later.

I also missed “Talk Like a Pirate Day.” At least you can still get your pirate name here.

As a consolation of sorts, my Saturday was spent with 92,000 of my closest friends. The Dawgs outcome was not nearly as stellar. While they can still have a winning season, the chances for post-season play are now close to nil. Hopefully I’ll have some pictures later, if I can figure out this camera.

Remember last week when I said you could smell the fear? Well, it appears that while I was gallivanting about the state, the White House reached Panic level 4 and true to form is falling back on their magic formula – class warfare. Perhaps a visual is order:

Teh Awesomest Birthday Cake

Star Wars themed, no doubt!

Quote of the Day

Professor Reynolds on Senator John Kerry’s bitterness over the Tea Party victories of late.

“I think the Tea Party couldn’t ask for any better publicity than to be denounced by a millionaire who dodges paying taxes on his yacht.”

“Heh.”

The Ole Miss Mascot Crisis

That’s ok, we have a substitute bulldog for our mascot; we feel your pain, Ole Miss.

I still think it would be a great choice. And they’d be sure to win the “Best College Mascots” contest every year. Something in the eyes, I think.

(h/t The Trog)

A Quantum Leap During Our Lifetime?

Clive Cookson of the Financial Times reports:

A new photonic chip that works on light rather than electricity has been built by an international research team, paving the way for the production of ultra-fast quantum computers with capabilities far beyond today’s devices.

[…] Jeremy O’Brien, director of the UK’s Centre for Quantum Photonics, who led the project, said many people in the field had believed a functional quantum computer would not be a reality for at least 25 years.

“However, we can say with real confidence that, using our new technique, a quantum computer could, within five years, be performing calculations that are outside the capabilities of conventional computers,” he told the British Science Festival, as he presented the research.

The breakthrough, published today in the journal Science, means data can be processed according to the counterintuitive rules of quantum physics that allow individual subatomic particles to be in several places at the same time.

This property will enable quantum computers to process information in quantities and at speeds far beyond conventional supercomputers. But formidable technical barriers must be ­overcome before quantum ­computing becomes practical.

Instead of ‘bits’ based off electricity, which signal their value by being or either on or off (0/1), this computing is based off of ‘qubits.’ Qubits are quantum particles, in essence, light photons, that can be in several places at once, in various states and can influence particles around them. Instead of the linear or thread-type processing we are used to, there will be varieties of parallel computing previously unheard of.

Fascinating.

Tartan Distraction

From the same Anchoress post where I nicked today’s Quote o’ the Day, was a seed of a thought that developed into a full-blown pining for the fjords moment.

While the Pope is visiting the UK, he is being presented with his very own tartan. “St. Ninian.” It’s beautiful. A little like Buchanan Hunting, but with more blue and it certainly wouldn’t clash so badly with my hair. (Hint, hint) Which then, of course, lead me here and then to this, and before you know it, I’m off to the races.

Everybody loves a man who wears a skirt.

If you’re in Atlanta, the Stone Mountain Highland Games are October 15-17.

As for me, I think I’ll watch Brigadoon when I get home.

Aye, sunshine can peep through a wee hole.

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