In the history of mankind, many republics have risen, have flourished for a less or greater time, and then have fallen because their citizens lost the power of governing themselves and thereby of governing their state. TR


Quote of the Day || December 7, 2011

“And I’d have been right there with Teddy, leading the charge up San Juan Hill. I mean, you know, as long as the Security Council had approved it.”

– Barack Obama

A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

28 thoughts on “Quote of the Day || December 7, 2011”

  1. Obama” It’s great to be back in Texas-er I mean Kansas” Barack was really thinking:” I wish I was back in Chicago hanging out at “Man’s Country” club with Rahm.

    1. I DARE!!! someone to look into Barack Hussein Obama’s “background in Chicago politics…”

      If anyone has any question about CORRUPT ‘Chicago politcs’ just go watch “Boss” on Starz.

      How did Barack Hussein Obama go thru “Chicago politics” (re: community organizer, Illionis state senator & US Senator) and have NO STINK OF CORRUPTION (re: Chicago) on him…???

    1. It would be more like San Juan bunker for obozo & posse…
      Stocked with all the pleasures of home:
      15000 bottles of schlitz malt liquor
      2 tons of lobster,1350 cartons of nicorette gum
      1550 cartons of cigs…
      and an ipod stuffed with barry’s “historical speeches” for inspiration

  2. BO to pilot: “OK, as Air Force One approaches the crest of San Juan Hill, get ready to purge the plane’s Johnny-system. Then Tweet Teddy and tell him I’ve got it under control like the great leader Mr. TelePrompter says I am.

  3. Teddy Roosevelt was the model for AMERICAN MANHOOD.

    Obama… just a narcissitic, weak-willed, over-educated, no-real-world-knowledge, arrogant liberal.

  4. All this “channeling” of Big Stick is starting to get to me. Let’s look at some comparisons. By age 42 TR was President of the USA, prior to that he was a New York State Assemblyman, Governor of New York, and Vice President. He was also a deputy sheriff in the Dakota Territory, Police Commissioner of New York City, U.S. Civil Service Commissioner, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, and Colonel of the Rough Riders.

    At 25 he had written his first book, “The Naval War of 1812” and by the time of his death in 1919 had written over 35 books on varied topics.

    He had been a rancher in the Dakota Territories, big game hunter here and abroad. Attended Harvard where he boxed.

    As he built up the US Navy and made it a force to be reckoned with and establishing the US as a global power (the “Big Stick”). When the Spanish-American War broke out he resigned his position as Assistant Sec. of the Navy and organized the “Rough Riders.”

    He was a founding member of the American Institute of Arts and Letters, and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

    I could go on about all that TR did, but there isn’t enough space here. While his Presidency was at times contentious (arguments over the Panama Canal come to mind), and he slipped into the Progressive mind set later in his life, he was a leader who led by example. When he was shot in the chest by an Anarchist in 1912, his 50 page speech slowed the bullet enough to enable TR to give his speech and then go the hospital. He never did have the bullet removed.

    We all know what Obama has done with his life over the past 50 years (sort of). And there is no way in HELL that BHO will ever be a tenth the man that TR was.

    1. EXACTLY. If you get a chance to read his autobiography it is excellent. Definitely in the top 20 Presidents of all time, Id put around 12 myself

      1. Personally… I like TR in the “Top 1O”

        That could be a FUN :-) WhiteHouseDossier question:

        “Name Your Top 10 US Presidents of All Time”…

  5. I don’t know about that; there’s the horse, big and smelly and would he have to wear a gun, a loaded gun? He likes to have a crease in his pants and are there any good eating joints there?
    Can’t he just tell them we’re sorry and send them some money?

    1. That is true srdem. Our little dandy in the White House wouldn’t want to muss himself. Of course he would have to borrow more money from China to give to them, but what else is new…

  6. After months of Republican candidates offering a cascade of bad ideas about the economy, President Obama’s speech in Osawatomie, Kan., Tuesday came as a relief.

    NYT Editorial opener. You can see where this is going. Someone named Chris also said it was time for Obama to mop the floor with the ignorant bigoted morons that don’t buy his stuff. Our Chris, do you think? Could be. I lose my NYT Dec 31st…so Keith, it will be all on you then…LOL.

    1. “After months of Republican candidates offering a cascade of bad ideas about the economy, President Obama’s speech in Osawatomie, Kan., Tuesday came as a relief.”

      Why was it a relief? what “bad ideas” do you mean, specifically?

  7. I was thinking last night that it’s not really a dictotomy betw rich and poor, it’s between street smarts, book smarts, and people with both. A trichotomy. The people with both can sort of span the other two, who don’t understand each other at all…Oh, well, this theory may need work, but there is something there.

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