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Boycott America: The Story of Us

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I was very excited to see another alternative in the wasteland that is Sunday night television.  Sure the Pacific is great, but HBO follows it with Treme, which for a story of New Orleans seems very much obsessed with New Orleans music to the point of ignoring all that looting that went on post Katrina and I am sure still goes on today.  When the History Channel began running commercials for America: The Story of Us, I was understandably excited.   There is no country whose story I would rather hear about than our own and there is none that would make for more gripping television.

I did of course have to check this afternoon to make sure this wasn’t some liberal propaganda that would show the United States to be the greatest evil on the planet.  I did a quick google search and was shocked and appalled to find out that this movie was nothing more than liberal claptrap directed by liberal nut job Rob Reiner and stars fellow liberals Michelle Pfeiffer and Bruce Willis.   Perhaps, what I found most offensive was that Reiner was going to tell the story of America not from the eyes of a veteran of Valley Forge, but from a self-indulgent couple going through a divorce.

For a cable channel billing themselves as the History Channel, they should know that divorce wasn’t even legal through most of our country’s history.  I believe my daughter would be far happier today if that ruling still was in effect and her cow of a mother couldn’t legally divorce me just to shack up with her personal trainer, but I digress.

I have heard that some things like the visual effects of the musket fire in slow motion were interesting, but no clever visuals can distract from liberal Reiner’s attempt to view America through the eyes of a modern day couple instead of from our founding fathers who would not have put up with our current socialist government.  I am calling on you gentle readers to boycott this trash.   This is not the America I love so well.

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April 25, 2010 at 9:48 pm

The Green Zone May Be The Worst Movie Ever

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I was extremely shocked and angry this evening when I caught Roger Ebert’s review of the movie The Green Zone.  The movie is a fictionalized story about the invasion of Iraq and particularly the days after the war and the search for weapons of mass destruction.    This movie is perhaps the biggest load of sewage ever to be foisted on the American public.   Matt Damon’s character is actually targeted for assassination by his U.S. military colleagues and corrupt government officials after not finding weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.  Obviously, stuff like that would never happen.   When Joe Wilson reported the lack of WMDs in the real world, Karl Rove and Dick Cheney simply outed his wife as a CIA operative.  No effort was made to assassinate these people.

The worst part of the movie is when Matt Damon’s character goes on his one man anti-government campaign we’re supposed to root for him like we would if he was an angry protester flying his own small plane into an IRS building.   What Damon does is treason and I will tell Hollywood right now that I will never root for treason.  There was an unconfirmed report from Buffalo, New York by the Buffalo News and by Fox News that two older couples walked out during a screening.   I still remember when I was in high school watching many older couple walk out on the Kenny Rogers movie Six Pack in the same kind of political protest.  The movie tanked shortly after.

The movie was made by Universal Studios which is a division of GE who are the same liberals who bring us MSNBC to criticize American values and blindly support the President on a nightly basis.  At first, I was very intrigued to see the movie because it looked like mindless escapist entertainment like The Hurt Locker, but instead I see it’s full of heavy handed politics, which I don’t need from my movies.  I urge all my readers to boycott this movie and instead urge Hollywood to begin making more of the movies we want to see about heroic American soldiers who put it all on the line whether they’re fighting for this great country or relaxing with a game of beach volleyball.

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March 12, 2010 at 10:04 pm

Avatar – The Worst Movie Ever Made

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Despite amazing special effects like these, Avatar is the worst movie ever made.

I know several people have asked me for my take on Avatar and I try not to disappoint my faithful readers.   Avatar is the worst movie ever made.   It has groundbreaking 3-D special effects, but after awhile,  they can’t cover up the thin plot that is your typical recycled story that they borrowed from Dances with Wolves, The Last Samurai, and Brian’s Song.    Action takes place on the planet Pandora, where a bunch of 10 foot tall blue aliens live.   This is where the lead character winds up.   At first, he goes there to infiltrate the aliens, but eventually he goes native.

Obviously, this movie is an analogy for our foreign policy.  I find this movie insulting and anti-American and I have no doubt that if I went to see it, I would find it to be the worst movie I ever saw.  I thought of leading a boycott of this movie,  but I realized there are already several great conservative boycotts of the movie so I had no need to reinvent the wheel.   The problem is that a group of left wing nut jobs is already boycotting Avatar, supposedly because it doesn’t advocate transgenderism.   I find this to be a horrible situation.   How do I let James Cameron know that I do not approve of movies like Avatar that show America in such a negative light while not supporting showing transgenders in a positive light?  Please readers and help me with this dilemma because I’m stuck.

UPDATE: I have been told that this picture was not actually from the movie Avatar, but from an older movie called Flash Gordon.   Now, this one looks good. I’m sure the anti-heterosexual boycotters would cringe at this decidedly masculine image, but I think I’m going to pick this one up on Netflix.

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January 6, 2010 at 10:42 pm

Thatsrightnate is Boycotting the New York Times

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They have come so close to feeling the wrath of my boycott in the past, but The New York Times has finally crossed the line and now they will suffer the consequences.  I am calling on all my readers to stop reading the New York Times following their hatchet job on the entire self-storage industry in their New York Times Magazine article entitled The Self-Storage Self.

I do not need to tell my readers just how important the self-storage industry is to this country.   American prosperity depends on accumulating stuff and you can’t accumulate stuff if you have no place to put it.   In fact, it would not be an exercise in hyperbole to call self-storage the lifeblood of our economy.  The New York Times in their horrendous attack piece were not only irresponsible, but unpatriotic, and a threat to those very things this country holds dear.   I ask all of you as Americans to add The New York Times to our boycott list.

So far we have had very successful boycotts against Skating Babies and  The Department of Homeland Security.  We drove Dark Knight from the theaters, cut Salvation Army donations, made Alan Colmes leave Fox, and are in the middle of bringing the Iowa mustard industry to its knees.  We’ve proved that boycotts work and we will continue to stand up for our rights.  New York Times, you’ve been warned.

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September 10, 2009 at 7:46 pm

The King of the Boycotts

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I used to believe that Bill O’Reilly was the King of the Boycotts after he got Spain to not prosecute members of the Bush administration for war crimes.   I thought of myself as being a close second after the success of my recent boycotts.  I have come to realize that Bill and I were just pikers compared to the real King of Boycotts.  Thomas George is the editor of BoycottLiberalism.com and I have to say he has got the most kick butt clearinghouse for information on just who and what t0 boycott.

I first uncovered this site when I was looking to see if anybody else was boycotting Star Trek and sure enough, since J.J. Abrams attended a fund raising dinner at Barbara Streisand’s place Star Trek makes the weekly boycott special list along with Jessica Biel’s Powder Blue, Donald Trump’s Think Like a Champion, and Caroline Rhea’s Love N’ Dancing.

This guy is totally hard core.   He’s not afraid to boycott liberals  like The Allman Brothers, Luther Vandross, Michael Bolton, Candice Bergen, and Lou Dobbs.   Judging by the careers of people like Hootie and the Blowfish and Lionel Richie it definitely looks like the boycotts are working too. There are literally hundreds of liberals the site encourages boycotting.

The website is not limited to boycotting either.   On it, Mister George talks about how he was saved by being born again and how we can also be saved.   My favorite feature is the predictions.  Here, the website has been hitting with uncanny regularity on some very detailed predictions.   Here are my favorites that have not been resolved yet:

  1. Obama is in over his head
  2. Biden will not like some of the things Obama tells him to do
  3. Barack Obama does not have a clue about being President
  4. Barack Obama is a phony
  5. Barack Obama is arrogant

Will any of these predictions come true?  Who can say, but he did successfully predict that liberal values would lead to the decline of America.   This site has boycotted nearly every major motion picture and boycotted every network but Fox.   However, I’m sure with Wanda Sykes upcoming show on Fox next year that will soon change.  I believe this site is can be an inspiration to us all.


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May 10, 2009 at 10:09 pm

Report Attacking Conservatives is the Real Terrorism

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As you can see, it wasnt until later that the Klu Klux Klan became a terrorist organization.  Here they are saving Mary Pickfords honor.

As you can see, it wasn't until later that the Klu Klux Klan became a terrorist organization. Here they are saving Mary Pickford's honor.

Last week, the Department of Homeland Security warned that that “the recession and the election of President Obama are “fueling resurgence” of right-wing extremist groups that are seeking new recruits, especially returning veterans.”  Really?   Does anybody remember when the DHS did important stuff like letting us know what the terrorism color for the day was?  This is an outrage and one that I will not put up with from my government.  Pat Robertson got it right when he said that somebody in the DHS is either  a “convinced left winger or somebody whose sexual orientation is somewhat in question.”

Now, I will be the first to admit that after the Civil War, returning confederate Veterans were the ones who started the Klu Klux Klan and I certainly won’t deny that the KKK is a terrorist organization, but if you saw Birth of a Nation, you know it wasn’t always that way.  Sure, it was veterans like retired Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler who were behind the attempted 1934 Coup against FDR.   I’ll even grant that Timothy McVeigh may have been a little on the conservative side when he blew up the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma.  However, McVeigh only had lose ties to some militias and wasn’t really a member of an organized group.  This is hardly a pattern of right wing violence and certainly not terrorism.

Maybe, the DHS was worried because of the Pittsbugh shootings, but nothing could be further from the truth.  Richard Andrew Poplawski was a young man convinced the nation was secretly controlled by a cabal that would eradicate freedom of speech, take away his guns and use the military to enslave the citizenry.  He despised the military.  He obviously wasn’t a veteran.  No, what the DHS case is based on is half-truths and outright lies.

I don’t have to tell you dear readers about the power of our boycotts.   We drove Dark Knight from the theaters, cut Salvation Army donations, made Alan Colmes leave Fox, and are in the middle of bringing the Iowa mustard industry to its knees.  Only Bill O’Reilly’s recent ass kicking of Spain can trump us, but I’m not yet that good.  Bill O’Reilly is an aspiration for me though.  Believe me.  Now I’m asking you to boycott the Department of Homeland Security.   It really isn’t that tough.   If you see a suspicious looking package just ignore it.  If you are in a foreign country and somebody asks you to take a package with you for one of their friends then go ahead and do it.  Don’t report suspicious people either.  We can make the DHS reallize that there is nobody that loves this country more than conservatives or veterans except for maybe conservative veterans.

Field of Queens: Iowa Ends Gay Marriage Ban

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Oh Iowa, what have you done?  Will the rest of this country ever be able to look at a bunch of smartly clad men walking out of your cornfields together in the same way ever again?  Through a series of stunning movies, the state has clearly asserted itself as the Midwest’s center for debauchery much like California is in the West and New York in the East.  First they helped put Barack Obama on the national scene in the Democrat caucus, now they have legalized gay marriage,  and I bet there are other things too.

I apologize if I come off as angry today, it is just that I love this country and this isn’t the way it is supposed to happen.   The courts aren’t supposed to legislate.  That is the job of the people.  Does anybody really believe that at least some of the Southern states would have desegregated schools by now if the courts hadn’t intervened in the 1950s?  The courts do nothing for us, but cause trouble and strife.

What you’re get in Iowa now is a bunch of gays.  I don’t really have a problem with gay people, but there will be obvious changes to the state almost immediately.  Des Moines will no longer be pronounced (Damoyns), but will soon by called (Day Mwa).  Eventually, the entire state will be turned into a little Sadam or Gamoran right in the middle of our heartland.  Do we really believe Iowa’s trademark farmer’s tan can survive this?   Iowa was built by men who rarely had sex with their wives, let alone each other.

What I suspect happens is that you’ve got these people and we’ll they’re Christians.  They’re good people, they try to raise their kids the right way and all of that.   Then one day Jimmy gets bored of going to church and wanders into a gay pride parade.  He’s intrigued by the music and the bright colors and he starts to question his own sexuality.  Before long he’s starting to notice that other men are attractive and within a year or two he’s on top of a float in a gay pride parade dressed like one of the Village People.

We need to put a stop to this and hit Iowa where it hurts.  According to the Made in Iowa website, their number one seller is the Iowa Country Barn Burner Mustard made by the Dennison Mustard Company of Western Iowa.  Until the God fearing people of Iowa put a ban back on gay marriage I’m calling on my readers to quit using all Dennison Mustard Company products.  If we really make it hurt in the wallet, Iowa will come to its senses.

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April 4, 2009 at 9:39 am