January 16, 2012


On the consequences of “animal rights” education in public schools…

There have been reports of growing rat infestations around the Occupy DC protests at Freedom Plaza, McPherson Square… When you educate young skulls full of mush with this pap and they grow up and find themselves in positions of power [in] government, this is what you get – the Wildlife Protection Act in 2010 in DC. According to Ken Cuccinelli, the Attorney General of Virginia said “This law is crazier than fiction.” It requires that rats and other vermin not be killed, but rather captured. Preferably in families. No glue or snap traps can be utilized. The rodents must be relocated from where they’re captured, and some of these animals may need to be transferred through a wildlife rehabilitator as part of the relocation process. The law does not allow pest control professionals to kill the rats.

January 2, 2012


[Previously-broadcast material] On the Occupy movement’s ignorant criticisms of capitalism…

Everything that’s happened to this country since 2008 is not capitalism. Bailouts. Government buying car companies. Investing in phony, fraudulent green energy things. This is not capitalism that’s happened in this country in the last three years. We haven’t had any capitalism. And the truth of the matter is that’s why we’re in the situation we are in. We’ve already abandoned it with this regime.

November 25, 2011


[Rebroadcast material]… On why President Obama would ask the Supreme Court for an expedited ruling on Obamacare…

We’ve mentioned a couple possibilities as to why the regime has asked for a quick review and decision from the Supreme Court on Obamacare. And I want to throw out another possibility. Given where Obama is in the polls – and folks, it is much worse than the state-controlled media polls indicate – I think it’s disastrous. Simple logic would tell us, it’s disastrous. We are on the verge of a depression. The idea that the incumbent President has a chance to be reelected is absurd, in those circumstances. Yet the media narrative each day is of course just the opposite because Obama’s their guy… So they ask for a quick review of Obamacare. One of two ways to look at it. They’re either very confident they’re going to win this thing, or – or – given who Obama is, a community organizer who loves agitating people, and who is probably very connected, if not personally, his regime, to these Wall Street protests, and he’s … egging them on, and so is Biden. They’re egging these people on. So there’s a part of me that says Obama would love the court declaring Obamacare unconstitutional. I think Obama loves playing a victim. I think he would love to take that to the bank and say, “See what they’re doing to your free healthcare?”

November 16, 2011


On the winding down of the Occupy Wall Street movement…

Now that these kids from Occupy-Whatever have gotten used to urinating and defecating in the streets, when they go back home are their parents gonna have to house-break ‘em all over again? Teach ‘em how to use the potties, the bathrooms. If you are a parent of a “returning hero” from Occupy Wall Street you might want to put some newspaper down at strategic points inside the house. Particularly the bedrooms where your brave hero sons and daughters are returning home, after this valiant, valiant effort to overturn whatever it was they wanted overturned. But I am, folks at the end of the day here I’m still a little sorry to see them all go… Every photo from the Occupy protests looks like a campaign ad for conservatism… And this is why they had to be cleared out of there. This is why they had to go. I am convinced the mayors got phone calls from Washington, from Axelrod, from somebody, “Look, let’s shut this down because it’s not working any more.” The media gave it it’s best shot. The media tried to tell everybody “This is just like the Tea Party.” But it wasn’t working because the murders, the gunfire, the sexually-transmitted disease, the filth. The abject filth. Third-world type little city-states. In all these cities. Was a direct television ad for conservatism. These people. At Occupy whatever. They are the perfect representatives of the Democrat party.

October 26, 2011


On the disconnect between the rhetoric and the behavior of Occupy Wall Street protestors…

Have you seen the photos of these parks after the occupation protests have been forced to de-occupy ‘em so people can go in there and clean ‘em up? Where’s all the recycling? Where’s all the saving-the-environment? Where’s all the organic stuff, whatever these people claim is necessary to save the planet? I can’t tell if these are pictures from Occupy Wall Street or from that earthquake in Turkey. These people are pigs… Their place is an absolute mess. And there doesn’t seem to be a whole lot of recycling going on, unless you count recycling a bunch of hippie nonsense from the 60s, in terms of attitude and behavior. I thought these are the people that love Gaia. I thought these are the people that love Mother Earth. I thought these are the people that didn’t like any pollution, didn’t like any trash, didn’t like any garbage… look at the mess that they’re making wherever they are. And you didn’t see these kind of messes following Tea Party rallies.

October 17, 2011


On the Occupy Wall Street protestors’ lack of authenticity…

This is Obama’s protest to counter the Tea Party. They’re jealous! The Democrats are so jealous of the Tea Party they can’t see straight. This kind of thing is not spontaneous. They didn’t bubble up out of nothing. This didn’t bubble up out of genuine passion, like the Tea Party did. They’ve had to create this. They’ve had to pay for it. They’re advertising for protests. And even that, the numbers of people showing up are not that big.

October 14, 2011


On the Occupy Wall Street protestors and their ignorant responses to a reporter’s probing questions about how best to solve the country’s economic problems…

This is who the Democrats created. These people are the result of Democrat party policy, liberalism – this is what you get. Blatant, smug, arrogant stupidity. It really is a shame. It’s a human waste. These peoples’ lives have lost all their potential, because they have been inoculated with the notion that government is the answer, and that being an American means, you want it, you’ll get it. And this lunatic fringe is the Democrat base. Why do you think the Democrats are embracing them? … This is the Democrat base, folks. This is who it is. This is who Pelosi’s talking to every day. This is who Dingy Harry’s talking to every day. This is who Obama’s talking to every day.

October 7, 2011


On the Occupy Wall Street protestors…

What, exactly, are the contributions to society these protestors have made? How many jobs have they created? How many jobs have they held? Have they built any homes for people? Have they invented any life-saving drugs? Have they produced a drop of gasoline or a watt of electricity? Have they produced any food? Have they built stores? Corporations are nothing but businesses. And businesses are small, medium and large. Small, medium and large what? Small, medium and large collections of people! Productive citizens. Who make things, provide services, respond to the wants and needs and desires of other people. These protestors, who are actually few in number, have contributed nothing. They’re parasites. They’re pure, genuine parasites. Many of them are bored, trust-fund kids, obsessed with being something, being somebody. Meaningless lives, they want to matter.