There are currently 0 users and 33 guests online.
Linz's New Book
Is Edward Snowden a hero?
Hell yes! His actions were moral.
Hell no! Put him away for treason.
Yes and no. It's a grey area.
Other (please specify)
Total votes: 22
Happy Birthday, Suckers!
Submitted by Lindsay Perigo on Thu, 2013-07-04 08:11
Normally at this time of year I'd simply reprise one of my earlier July 4 eulogies to the greatness of America and be content with that. To do so again would not be appropriate. It's now Airhead America, unambiguously. There is no longer any greatness to eulogise—and the worst thing is, the very people who should be fighting a rearguard action on greatness' behalf have capitulated. Organised Objectivism, Orgoism, is now rife with Political Correctness and cowardly evasion, in particular failing to confront the stinking, stupid, savage, superstitious sacrifism that is Islam, the Cult of Obamarx and the Ascendancy of Airheadery for the evils that they are, and continuing to imply (albeit no longer insist) that the greater threat to freedom and reason comes from an imminent Goblian theocracy. Orgoism has sundered itself from egoism.
I have said often enough that those who appease Islamogoblinism—Obamarx most emphatically included—along with those who remain silent or wantonly clueless about it, deserve to be on the receiving end of an Islamo dirty bomb. If America doesn't implode from Obamarx's economic policies first, that's assuredly what will happen. Either way, Orgoists will have deserved that outcome.
No doubt both wings of Orgoism will issue forth with their usual facile July 4 tokenism. Here on SOLO it's a little bit different. We take America's founding principles seriously—and the fact that the founders were prepared to fight for them from other than the comfort of their wank-chaises.
Now, observe the silence that will ensue from all the guilty parties. And yearn for the return of the Roar of Randian Repugnance.
More SOLO Store
The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand
Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand