Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Christmas 2014

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We're turning off the politics and turning up the Christmas music for the next few days. Assuming nothing dramatic happens (which is what we told Santa we wanted), we won't be posting again until Monday.

Until then, very sincere wishes for a Merry Christmas (or the celebration of your choice) from the entire staff of Hope n' Change, the Jarlsberg family, and Penny - the official dog of Hope n' Change (who is also the reason that all of our Christmas decorations and presents are at least four feet off the ground this year).

-Stilton Jarlsberg

Santa is not sneaking in unannounced this year...

Monday, December 22, 2014

Bloody Hands

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On Saturday, a lowlife loser named Ismaaiyl Brinsley pulled the trigger which ended the lives of Officers Rafael Ramos and Winjian Liu, but he didn't act alone. Not by a long shot.

He was assisted and encouraged by politicians, professional race-baiters, and a host of liberal fools who detest this country and our nation's police officers.

Topping the list is Barack Obama, who looked at the Ferguson grand jury's exoneration of Officer Darren Wilson in the self-defense killing of thug Michael Brown, and declared that there was a systemic problem with cops killing black citizens - and a streak of racism in all police forces which was as wide as our country and as long as our history. "Black people aren't making this up," he said of the entirely made up charges against Officer Wilson, then said it was "necessary" for black Americans to protest and make people "uncomfortable" to effect change.

We're pretty sure that being shot in the face, as the two NYPD officers were, is pretty damned uncomfortable.

Eric Holder has aggressively been stoking the fires of race hatred and anti-cop sentiment. Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and Louis Farrakhan have all been pushing the "hands up" myth, while either hinting at or actively calling for violence.

New York mayor Bill de Blasio has been allowing "hands up" demonstrators to close down city streets, assault police officers, and chant "What do we want? DEAD COPS!" - while also speculating that his own black son should be afraid of police officers.

The Congressional Black Caucus raised their hands in support of criminals instead of cops, as did congressional staffers, CNN news commentators, and any number of millionaire football players.

Liberal college professors suspended classes and tests, to allow dimwitted students to heal from the "trauma" of the grand jury decision in Ferguson - and perhaps to join in the protests (and occasional riots) to defend the all-important right of young black men to rob stores and assault the police.

Ismaaiyl Brinsley heard it all. Absorbed the messages of anger and hate which were delivered nonstop in the media and from politicians up to and including the president of the United States. We know this to be the case because, God help us all, he told the world on social media before putting a bullet into his own worthless brain.

Ismaaiyl Brinsley was not a "lone wolf" any more than was Fort Hood shooter Nidal Hasan.  He was a foot soldier who got his orders, loud and clear, from those who would use race to divide our nation for their own detestable purposes.

They aren't hard to recognize. They're the ones with their bloodstained "hands up."