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It’s LOL Tuesday…the day of the week I’ve decided everyone needs to laugh out loud. Mondays aren’t for laughing, they’re for cursing the sun and overdosing on coffee. Wednesday is already officially Hump Day and Thursday has the pleasurable distinction of being the day before Friday so it’s almost like Friday but not quite. Friday, Saturday and Sunday – well, they’re the weekend! Their importance in our culture will never be superseded. But Tuesday’s are just…there. Tuesday needs a “thing”. So it’s LOL Tuesday, mmmkay?
I’ve got a good one for you today. Comedianne/actress Sunny Lohmann (Houseofsunny.tv) offers us her take on the latest celebrity PSA regarding bad, bad guns. America loves celebrity PSA’s because they make us feel like we actually care about problems. They don’t actually have to do anything, all they have to do is look concerned, speak softly and America will KNOW that THEY – the most important, influential people in the country- CARE. And they are willing to….talk…about…how much they care. See how much they care???? They even shot it in black and white, just so you’ll know they are SERIOUS!
Please to enjoy Sunny’s take on the celebrity PSA. LOL!
This is Eric Boling’s “One More Thing” on today’s The Five. Priceless!
This man responds to Jamie Foxx hailing Barack Obama as “God and Savior” at the Soul Train Awards on Sunday.
From the YouTube Description:
The Fear of God is no longer with said Jamie Foxx. Anytime you can make a joke about this, you have crossed the line.
Liberal democrats will laugh this off and use their insurance card that he was just being funny or he didn’t mean anything by it…..my response is yes he did……
I guess Jamie’s God performs his miracles in reverse.
I just found out that this video “has been has been classified as potentially abusive”. To quote my dear friend Gianna Jessen:
“it’s interesting how so many people that lean to the left in the world seem to champion the voice of the disabled, unless those disabled people, happen to be conservative.”
Gianna is the lady who inspired the movie October Baby.
Gianna is requesting that this video be shared with as many people as possible. Please do what you can to get Andrea Bocelli’s message out.
From the YouTube Description:
The song at the end says:
I want to live like this with the sun on my face, and I sing happily, gracefully. I want to live like this, with the air of the mountains, because this enchantment doesn’t cost anything.
President Obama will address the United Nations this week and reports are that he will once again address the YouTube video that is supposedly fueling the anti-American riots across the Middle East. Whatever he says, I know I will be underwhelmed and disappointed. I decided to provide my own address to the United Nations. This video is what I would say if I had the opportunity to address the United Nations as a representative of the American people. I’m sorry for the poor audio. It’s just me and the webcam so quality is limited but as my friend Lee Doren says, don’t sweat it and don’t be afraid. Just turn on the camera and talk. A transcript is also posted beneath the video.
Despots, traitors, authoritarians, totalitarians, thieves, war criminals, genocidal maniacs, dictators and the precious few rest of you who actually carry the mantel of freedom, welcome to the United States and New York City, where you’ll remember over 3000 of our innocent citizens between here and Washington DC were murdered 11 years ago as many of you danced in your elaborate golden palaces, many of which are lined with the tears and blood of your own people. We are so privileged to have you here. My fellow citizens and I find no small measure of entertainment in watching you eat and drink the bounty of our land and enjoy the privileges of comfortable luxury appointments, all of which are provided to you by the very freedom you pledge to murder wherever and wherever possible.
By now it has come to our attention in no small manner that many of you and your people have been gravely upset by a YouTube video that purportedly disparages Islam. So upset, that your proxies who claim to represent Islam have murdered our ambassador and overrun our sovereign embassies in defiance of hundreds of years of international tradition and diplomacy. Apparently the 98 people with internet access in your third world dictatorships were so outraged by this YouTube, I repeat, YouTube video they saw fit to rape ambassador Chris Stevens before killing and photographing his body in the streets of Libya. Now I know that to many of you, this is not a shocking allegation as you have very fond feelings for the act of rape. But here in America we consider that the ugliest of violations toward any human being. It’s a shame that YouTube video, I repeat, YouTube video was ever produced at all. Forget the content, the quality is most offensive to those of us who actually value freedom. Most Americans could have probably done a better job with some bedsheets, Halloween hair coloring and tanning lotion, and done so without insulting what so many of our own citizens believe to be a holy book and prophet. However, that is the unfortunate price of freedom. The freedom to make good choices is also the same freedom to make poor choices. How else do you explain Glee and Matt Damon? Two things we do sincerely apologize for. We also apologize for not telling you sooner that your determination to condemn your citizens to a 12th century existence in a 21st century world is no longer our problem or our concern. If this never-ending war in Afghanistan has taught us anything it’s that too many of you have placed little or no value on the lives of your own citizens, your own women, your own children. You have traded the message and basis of freedom for greed, corruption, selfishness, cruelty and evil at the expense of those you pledged to care for when you took, or stole leadership. We apologize to the citizens of Iran and Egypt who truly do want freedom and progress, and whom we abandoned under our own President when they needed our support the most. That is a genuine source of grief and shame for many Americans who long to see you free and prosperous as well. We are so sorry for that. We also apologize for emboldening some your state sponsored terrorist organizations by perpetuating the lie that these attacks on our sovereign embassies over a YouTube, I repeat, a YouTube video and not calling this what it really was from the beginning: an attack on American interests and values to commemorate the anniversary of September 11 in the United States. We apologize for our President, who has clearly abandoned the message of freedom and achievement that has made our country the greatest country on the face of the planet in all history forever and ever in favor of a message of appeasement; appeasement to you dictators who give not a moment’s thought to the suffering of your own people while you live lives of ease and luxury upon the dollars and earnings that you have outright stolen at the end of a gun.
What we don’t apologize for and will never apologize for is our own citizens exercising their own God-given right to free speech (no matter how ugly or poorly produced) on our own soil, using our own technology, to reach our own people. American values have not and will not ever be dictated by a small group of fascist demons with daddy issues who hate the idea of freedom so much that they have pledged, sworn to eradicate the only free, successful society among them, that being Israel. Americans will not apologize to anyone outside of our borders for what we do inside our borders. It’s our business. If we’re ever in the mood for stonings, beheading homosexuals, or wiping our butts with our hands we’ll come visit you and subject ourselves to your national dominion. However, until then we’ll continue to do as we please with our own rights in our own country provided to us by our own Constitution and our God. There aren’t many of us who are truly excited about the content of this YouTube video, I repeat, YouTube video; but we all understand that freedom of speech is not truly free unless you have the freedom to say things that might offend others. What true freedom also produces, is a general common sense among the masses that offensive speech does not and should not produce massive violent attacks.
We are Americans, and our right to free speech is one of the most valued rights we have; indeed most of our other rights flow from that one concept; the idea that every human should be able to speak their mind without fear of retribution or physical harm. It is no coincidence that we are the freest, most powerful country on earth. That too is directly tied to our freedom of speech. But I think you know that, and that is why you work so hard to censor us within our own borders from within your own borders. You understand that the only way to truly break the American spirit that has been responsible for so much prosperity and yes, so much peace is to destroy our freedom of expression. But I’ve come to tell you today that will not happen. We will not bow or capitulate to your warped ideas of morality. Ideas that advocate killing over people over a YouTube video, I repeat, a YouTube video, but have no issues with treating women as property, cattle, or less. Sorry, we’re just not going to do that. so while we agree that this YouTube video, I repeat, YouTube video really sucks, we also understand that it has the right to exist and suck. It’s not always pretty, but that is price of freedom and whenever I sit down to enjoy my daily meals, running showers and household technology I do believe it is an appropriate price to pay for plethora of blessings we have.
In summary, we’re Americans and we love freedom and we always will so suck it.
Thank you and enjoy your taxpayer funded stay.
crossposted at kiradavis.net
The ‘man on the street’ interviews of Obama supporters that will make you cringe. Howard Stern says it’s pretty funny… and if it weren’t so serious, it would be funny. It’s actually pretty sad. We are in a very bad place in this country. People have no clue!
Howard Stern contributors Sal and Richard travel to Harlem to interview Obama supporters and ask them why they are voting for Obama. They did this back in 2008, now let’s see what happens when they do it again in 2012!
I’ve been getting a lot of questions about the controversy surrounding my ejection from MSNBC’s outdoor pavilion during the DNC. I decided to lay out my version of events on YouTube. I hope this clears up any questions for you. I also want to thank Tabitha Hale of the Franklin Center, Brandon Darby and Lee Stranahan for standing by me during this ridiculous course of events.
crossposted at kiradavis.net
8/19/12 I’ve been getting a lot of messages of both support and dissent regarding my video response to Touré (oh he of one name). Tonight I’ll elaborate on that and we’ll talk about the direction of this Presidential campaign.
Also, my weekly Sunday Night Predictions!
Tune in tonight at 10pm ET, 7pm Pacific on the CDNews Network on Blogtalk Radio.
UPDATE: Listen to the full replay of Tuesday’s show right here.
“I know it’s a heavy thing, I don’t say it lightly, but this is ‘niggerization’. You are not one of us, you are like the scary black man who we’ve been trained to fear.” – Toure, MSNBC analyst in reference to Mitt Romney.
Toure said this Thursday on MSNBC’s the Cycle with S.E.Cupp. Below is my YouTube response. A full transcript can be found at kiradavis.net
The folks at Governor Chris Christie’s official YouTube channel have surpassed 5 Million video views, and they couldn’t be happier. To celebrate, they’ve compiled four minutes worth of his most memorable soundbites. Enjoy.
New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie and Newark’s Democrat Mayor Cory Booker team up in this video produced for the New Jersey state Press Association Legislative Correspondents Club dinner.
This young man explains to young liberals today how he realized how just about everything he believed politically was wrong, an how this realization changed him from a liberal to a Conservative.
Over the last few days more and more people have been asking me to comment on the Trayvon Martin case. I intentionally held back for a while. I wanted to wait for all the facts to come to light before I added my voice to the fray. We still don’t have all the facts, but unfortunately most people aren’t waiting for the facts to enflame an already spiraling situation. Here are some my thoughts on this tragic situation. You may not agree with me; I may not agree with you…but is there a way to civilly disagree while pursuing true justice at the same time? I hope. I hope.