Mark Steyn, Cassandra of our times.

Haven’t been blogging ’cause haven’t had anything to say.

Haven’t had anything to say ’cause of excessive computer gaming.

Excessively gaming because…why not?  My view is increasingly similar to Mark Steyn’s.

If you think we’ve got until 2050 or 2025, you’re part of the problem.

The U.S. credit rating was downgraded for the first time ever, and the establishment responds by blaming the Tea Partys.  You know how Wile E. Coyote runs off a cliff, but is perfectly fine until the Road Runner points out that he’s standing in mid-air?  Then he falls?

It’s like that.  The logic is identical.  Statists believe in cartoon logic.  And they’re the ones in charge of our fiscal policy.

Back to gaming.  It makes more sense in here.

 

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I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.
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8 Responses to Mark Steyn, Cassandra of our times.

  1. MG says:

    I think you’re giving them too much credit. Cartoon logic is a rather impressive theory, technically; and clearly beyond the mental capacities of most politicians.

    Wile E. would have had an actual plan. It might well explode, but he would have had one.

    • wormme says:

      Excellent! It crossed my mind that at least Wile E. was trying, unlike the Ruling Class.

      Oh, and I’d shouldn’t pass up this chance to advance my belief that Chuck Jones was the greatest director in history.

  2. Mountainbear says:

    Glenn Beck is another one. He has been called nuts, insane, crazy, evil, has been vilified to a ridiculous point, but so far he has been right.

    Speaking of gaming. Fallout New Vegas and all DLCs are 50% off on Steam right now. Offer is soon running out.

  3. DefendUSA says:

    Nothing for those of us who are paying attention to be surprised at, is there? Ho-hum. 2007 -2011 dems run up deficits to the tune of Trillions and propose no budgets for two years and I am supposed to believe the the Tea Party did it with signs on Capitol Hill?

    If at first they don’t succeed, try, try again to blame everyone but who is responsible!!

    Neal Boortz has a great column today on how to solve the problems…and I agree, it’s a start.

    http://townhall.com/columnists/nealboortz/

    • wormme says:

      Their lies keep getting less plausible, but the Tea Party’s popularity has still taken a hit. Maybe someday even “moderates” will realize you can’t trust a word out of a leftist mouth.

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