Monday, March 19, 2007

A Nation of Frogs

This piece is well worth the read... what else are you going to do? Watch some man-hatred on TV?

A Nation of Frogs - by William Borst, Ph. D. American History


As the great philosopher Rob Fedders sees it, the real enemies we face are in ideas.

1 - The Personal is the Political

2 - The Truth is Relative

How different would the world be without these ideas?


"The philosophers have only interpreted the world in different ways. The point, however, is to change it." -- Karl Marx


How's this for a philosophy to change the world?

Television is the real opiate of the people.


Useful Idiot Quote of the Day: ?...??...???

Qu'est-ce qui se passe? I maintain that if I don't get at least one insulting comment per day that I am just not doing my job.

I apologize. I will have to pick it up a notch.

Sorry, dear readers, but for today you will have to settle for me plucking one out of thin air.

Therefore, I bring to you...

The Useful Idiot Quote of All Time:

Maxine Waters, Democrat, US House of Representatives, said:


Oh, but that's not all... this Useful Idiot is full of great quotes, as most politicians are. Here are a few more:

"The objection is in writing, and I don't care that it isn't signed by a member of the Senate." (December 2000, on her objection to the Presidential Election in 2000), to which Al Gore responded "The chair would advise that the rules do care."

"George W Bush, go to hell! And while you’re at it, we want you to take Ashcroft with you. And don’t forget Rumsfeld. And please carry along Condi Rice. . . I have to march because my mother could not have an abortion." (at the televised March for Women's Lives march, Washington D.C., April 24, 2005) [1]

"I don't see white police officers slamming the heads of little white boys into police cars."[10]

(And of course, as usual):

Alleged Corruption
In January 2006, Waters was named as one of the twenty most corrupt members of Congress in the Beyond Delay report[8], commissioned by the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington. The report accused the Congress member of abusing her position for the benefit of her family. Her family members earned more than $1 million through business deals involving companies she had been in direct connection.[9]


Aha, but you think we are done?

Oh no, there is more. Mzzzz Waters, a public servant and pronounced feminist goes above and beyond with her determination to fully earn her wages, as is illustrated with her help in the feminization of Title IX.

Maxine Waters is referenced on page 10 of this PDF from the IWF in regard to her flouting of the Quie Amendment, attached by Congress to Title IX. The Quie Amendment expressely forbade the use of Gender Quotas in regard to Title IX. (Also described on page 10)

From: Time Out For Fairness (Women For Title IX Reform) - from the Independent Women's Forum (PDF)

"...a legislative markup in 1997 changed everything. During a House Subcommittee debate over the legislative intentions of Title IX, Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) rejected Representative Charles Canady's (R-FL) reminder of the Quie Amendment, declaring, "Title IX is the biggest quota you've ever seen. It is fifty-fifty. It is a big round quota." Her statement was a big harbinger of future judicial opinions that would change the course of Title IX significantly."


Little people like this pose a threat to feminism:

An 11-week old fetus that likely would have had something more intelligent to contribute to the world than Mzzzz. Waters.