Authentic Frontier Gibberish

This blog is dedicated to the memory of that eloquent orator of the Old West, Gabby Johnson, and all those who so faithfully try and live up to his reputation today.

Location: San Bernardino, California

Sunday, August 27, 2006

By Their Words Ye Shall Know Them.....

From an article on Townhall:

Perhaps that's why this week in one of the boldest moves yet by a sitting liberal, Democrat Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez proclaimed, "The real purpose of SB 1437 is to outlaw traditional perspectives on marriage and family in the state school system."
He continued,
"The way you correct a wrong (perspective) is by outlawing.’Cause if you don't outlaw it, then people's biases tend to take over and dominate the perspective and the point of view."

Nunez's candor unwittingly exposes two tenets of the far left:

1) The use of public schools to inculcate and indoctrinate our children in their farleft ideology.

2) The need for Liberals and other leftists to silence their opponents rather than engage them.

I would be embarassed for them, if they weren't so dangerous.

( I have crossposted this on my other blog)

Saturday, August 26, 2006

The Sheriff's A What?

Heard on a LA News broadcast today, talking about a crime in South Central LA:

"The suspect is a man in his 20's in cornrows..."

What's missing from this description?

Saturday, August 05, 2006

He's a Leader Not an Actor

The newest TV ad for Phil Angelides (Democratic nominee for Calif. governor) is up and running. The first and last line of the ad is " He's a leader, not an actor". I wonder how all of the Liberal Democrats in Hollywood feel about that? How about Meathead (Rob Reiner) who has become a major Democratic player in California, and many think will run for governor eventually.

I'd love to know how that ad made it through the approval process. It's potentially damaging in two different ways:

1) It risks offending a major funding of support and money for the Democrats, Hollywood.

2) It reminds California of the other actor they had as governor, Ronald Reagan, who did a hell of a good job as governor. (and an even better job as president)

Update: Well, well, well. It seems that many of the Hollywood moguls have decided to switch their normal allegiance to the Democratic Party over to the actor instead. Hope whoever wrote that ad has updated their resume.