Los Suns locker room passes, Glaus-House Gang snakehandlers and Obama’s Buehrle

Los Suns locker room passes, Glaus-House Gang snakehandlers and Obama’s Buehrle

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Los(t) in the 60s Obama, Steve Nash

Fresh from insulting the los bueno personas of its home state of Arizona for daring to insist that it remain a united State rather than a mere front in the Mexican Civil War and Democratic Party/SEIU victim-dependent voter and union card registration line, the hypocritical Suns still require proof or right to entry in Suns players’ locker rooms and owners’ sky boxes.

Our ruling class simply doesn’t feel the pain. So the DC elite demonizes Arizona’s desperate effort to shove the narco-revolution’s disorder back across the border. Murdered ranchers, overwhelmed emergency rooms and soaring crime rates in our border states mean less to the White House than a terrorist detainee’s claims of abuse. – Ralph Peters (link above)

But Los or no Los, Nash and Stoudemire’s  Suns can’t touch Phil Jackson’s speak no ill of 70% of Arizonans, Los Angeles Lakers.

Much like the  Braves handled Arizona-law protesters and the Diamondbacks on Atlanta’s last home stand. The snakes in Obama’s grass, like the rest of the National League (e.g. see Brewers, Reds and Pirates, of late) deserve to lose to J-Hey-fueled Glaus-House Gang superior talent on the baseball diamond, but I digress.

Chief Executive Obama took Oath to ensure Arizona a republican form of government

Seriously, the good people of the Copper State do not deserve to lose their constitutional right to a republican form of government within secure borders at the hands of a White Sox “fan” that never heard of Mark Buehrle or Paul Konerko.

White Sox fan never heard of Buehrle’s perfect game, but is vaguely familiar with the USA

It adds insult to injury when that President of the United States from the South Side of Chicago and his DemLib Congressional Gang do a reverse  Harry Carey and let the President of Mexico desecrate the Star Spangled Banner at Capitol Hill on Diez y Nueve de Mayo before the First Inning.

Obama is a seventh-inning stretch of one’s patience

By the time of the Seventh Inning Stretch, “Take me out to the Ballgame” will be sung in Spanish only except when playing the White Sox, when the national anthem of Kenya will also be sung.

Are we being ruled by aliens?:

As the Obama administration enters its second year, I — and undoubtedly millions of others — have struggled to develop a shorthand term that captures our emotional unease. Defining this discomfort is tricky. I reject nearly the entire Obama agenda, but the term “being opposed” lacks an emotional punch. Nor do terms like “worried” or “anxious” apply. I was more worried about America’s future during the Johnson or Carter years, so it’s not that dictionary, either. Nor, for that matter, is this about backroom odious deal-making and pork, which are endemic in American politics.

After auditioning countless political terms, I finally realized that the Obama administration and its congressional collaborators almost resemble a foreign occupying force, a coterie of politically and culturally non-indigenous leaders whose rule contravenes local values rooted in our national tradition. It is as if the United States has been occupied by a foreign power, and this transcends policy objections. It is not about Obama’s birthplace. It is not about race, either; millions of white Americans have had black mayors and black governors, and this unease about out-of-synch values never surfaced.

The term I settled on is “alien rule” — based on outsider values, regardless of policy benefits — that generates agitation. This is what bloody anti-colonial strife was all about.

The Bravos won four games over the last week with walk-off hits, which Barack Hussein Obama seems to have used as a perverted mis-cue to walk off his job as President of the United States to better co-ordinate a one-two punch with Felipe Calderon in the USA’s face, working his day job as First Citizen of the World.

First Citizen feels no compunction to make sure that the laws are faithfully executed in the Grand Canyon State:

A top Department of Homeland Security official reportedly said his agency will not necessarily process illegal immigrants referred to them by Arizona authorities.

Repaired/bungled Oath or no Oath on Inauguration Day (or the next day over tea with Chief Justice Roberts) and while his Chicago Gang often bungles White House dinner passes, papers must be shown to enter Michelle and Barry’s non-Arizona home off the range.

Yet, The Obama, Holder & Napolitano al Qaeda Law Firm (with part-time prosecutor privileges if the accused are bitter clingers to God, Guns and bigotry…you know, tea partying white people) reads Marx instead of the actual text of the law signed by Governor Jan Brewer and determines her law won’t be faithfully executed and is unconstitutional.

Ah, the Constitution. Another law liberals haven’t read. No wonder they get Marx right and America’s Rule of Law wrong.

A Reckoning is coming in November, foreshadowed by a winter Christie-alization in the Garden State, a Spring Brown-out in Massachusetts, and a Braves victory over any old Junior Circuit team in the Fall Classic.

Mike DeVine’s Charlotte ObserverAtlanta Journal-Constitution and Examiner.com columns

“One man with courage makes a majority.” – Andrew Jackson

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