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May 24, 2009

"Cheney Takes On The Man"...... by Kevin Jackson

Cheney is thinking you don't fool me, punk!

I love it when the bad guy wins and gives it to "the man." Finally in the Bizarro World that is now Amerika (it's spelled 'left'), the bad guy finally won. Of whom do I speak? I speak of Cheney, a true patriot—publicly exposing Obama, a complete fraud.

Lamestream media to the rescue, because their messiah is getting publicly flogged. To think that we were told how "smart" Obama is. Well if brains were dynamite, Obama couldn't blow his nose! So taking on Cheney, a true intellectual with a real track record of achievement is just asking for trouble.

So we get reports that America is experiencing "Cheney overload." This is liberal code for "Cheney is too effective, let's create public opinion that he is the Anti-Christ." Maybe the Left is tired of Cheney, but conservatives are energized. I predict many fence-sitters are as well. "Feels good don't it!"

In confronting the worst president in history (and Obama ain't even finished polishing his turd) Cheney was absolutely brilliant—the epitome of leadership. Cheney has no dog in this fight, no agenda. As he said, he has "no favors to garner." Cheney desires but one thing…to protect America.

He speaks with eloquence and passion—backed with substance! For you liberal idiots who think the teleprompter president is riveting, take a gander at "the bad guy," the old white Republican boogeyman. Cheney speaks with the passion of reality, and not the fad of idealism.

Meanwhile, "Junior" is still trying to sell America on the idea that he is willing to do anything to protect America—anything except [fill in the blank]. In typical Obama style, he accomplishes two things in his speech: (1) demonize the previous administration for protecting us, and (2) blame America for terrorists wanting to kill us.

According to Obama, Americans are barbarians, and Bush is the former Chief of the Barbarians. Sort of like another "great" racist Democrat president Andrew Jackson calling the Native Americans "savages" for protecting their lands and families. That makes me a proud "savage."

No surprise here, but Obama wants to reserve the right to do exactly what the Bush administration did! [pp] "Just in case I need to, I reserve the right to unsay what I just said, and do what Bush did." What else is new?

Yet again Obama confirmed what conservatives know about liberals—they don't love America; they tolerate America. Liberals want to declare veterans and hard-working taxpaying conservatives as extremists; and declare terrorists as "man-made disasters."

It is long overdue that somebody stepped up and confronted the lunacy of the Left. Who better than a 40-year veteran of Washington, and no-nonsense guy like Cheney—a man of real accomplishment and credentials. Cheney has forgotten more about running a country, than the no talent hack currently occupying the void will ever know.

Barack "Empty-suit Apologist" Obama believes that the way America treats people trying to kill us has made the people trying to kill us more determined. Really? How much more determined can you get than vowing and attempting to kill us? Is there a level of heinous above that?

Here's the wrap:

Obama has produced no evidence that harsh interrogation didn't work. However, he has implied that he may have been able to coax critical information out of our enemies—maybe?

Coincidentally, the documents are unavailable—ObamaSpeak for "the documents are being altered so that I won't look like a liar. If not doctored, they will be destroyed." Or they are being put in the same vault that holds his university records and his Kenyan birth certificate.

America is fortunate to have true a patriot, a real "bad guy" like Cheney to confront the evil that now occupies the White House. I love the irony this time of the bad guy winning and sticking it to "the man." I also like that America is finally exposing who "the man" really is.

That's my rant!
Kevin Jackson
The Black Sphere blog

A lilttle about Kevin.........

"Due to the death of my mother when I was 5, I was raised by my grandparents who were staunch Democrats. I recall as a child watching Reagan give a speech in his unsuccessful run for the presidency. After Reagan finished, I said to my grandparents, “Why are we Democrats, when what we believe is what that guy [Reagan] just said?” Thus was the birth of The Black Sphere.
I am just a poor kid, who was fortunate enough to have been exposed to what the world has to offer, and I was raised to be an optimist. My grandparents instilled in me a “no excuses mentality” and work ethic. That is my definition of America,"


Wild Thing's comment..........

Love it from the Guardian....

"Dick Cheney: Washington trembles at the return of 'Darth Vader'"

Dick Cheney was a formidable backroom operator during his eight years as vice-president in the Bush administration. Having abandoned his short-lived retirement in Wyoming, he is now leading the Republican charge against Obama from the front.
Part of the explanation for the bout of jitters is that Obama is struggling to contain an ever-growing row over the future of Guantánamo Bay and the security apparatus created by the Bush administration as part of its "war on terror". But there is another factor: the return of an opponent the Democrats had thought of as politically dead: Dick Cheney. The sinister, reclusive figure at the heart of the Bush administration, who attracted labels such as Darth Vader and Dr Strangelove, has returned to the heart of Washington and is causing havoc.
He has forced Obama on the defensive for the first time since becoming president, giving demoralised Republicans something finally to cheer about.
"Cheney is seriously the only person who's got the White House to change its policy," Dan Senor, a foreign policy adviser in the Bush administration, told the Washington Post
Cheney has rattled Obama over the proposed closure of Guantánamo and the CIA's use of waterboarding. And not only Obama, but the next most prominent Democrat after him, the House speaker, Nancy Pelosi, who on Friday refused to answer any more questions about whether she had been briefed by the CIA about torture six years ago. She denies she was: the CIA says it did.
The conservative Weekly Standard is also cheering. Another influential conservative, William Kristol, writing in the current issue, said: "While most senior Bush alumni were in hiding, Dick Cheney - Darth Vader himself, Mr Unpopularity, the last guy you'd supposedly want out there making the case - stepped on to the field. He's made himself the Most Valuable Republican of the first four months of the Obama administration."

LOL I love this so much! The democrats are hating it, Obama is not liking it and uncomfortable.

Have any of you noticed yestersday when they played snipets of Obama talking his voice is weak. At first I thought he might be sick or have a cold. But honeslty the more I thiink about it and the reaction Cheney has gotten, I have to wonder if it is just that Obama has gotten the wind knocked out of him by VP Dick Cheney.

Thank you God!!!

Posted by Wild Thing at May 24, 2009 05:44 AM


After Reagan finished, I said to my grandparents, “Why are we Democrats, when what we believe is what that guy [Reagan] just said?” Thus was the birth of The Black Sphere.

I've got family members like that. They believe in what Reagan said but vote Democrat. They don't know why they vote democrat but they do. Many older Democrats still believe it's the party of FDR and JFK but today's Democrat party makes FDR and JFK look like conservatives.

Posted by: BobF at May 24, 2009 08:54 AM

Cheney is very, very intelligent. I would love to see a debate between him and Obama. Wipe Out! Obama's main points would be, "er, um, uh, er, er, but!"

I checked Kevin Jackson's blog and bookmarked. Vert interesting.

Posted by: TomR at May 24, 2009 12:15 PM

Rush pointed out about the Teleprompter. He didn't use one for his speech at CPAC and never uses a teleprompter. Rush never missed a beat. The reason as Rush explains is passion. Our Vice-President Dick Cheney has the same passion for what he believes in. That is the Security of the United States. Obama, doesn't believe in what he is saying, he doesn't feel it so it has to be written down for him otherwise he let everybody know what we already know, Obama is a fool.

Posted by: Mark at May 24, 2009 04:09 PM

Also one last point, Cheney, like the 'Bambino' pointed to centerfield and drove one over the fence. Right where he pointed...

Dick Cheney is a Great American.

God Bless you Mr. Vice-President.

Posted by: Mark at May 24, 2009 06:18 PM

BobF., isn't that something, how dems like
JFK and others compared to now would be
more Republican then dem.
Zell Miller comes to mind too, I know he
left politics and I bet he is no longer a

Posted by: Wild Thing at May 24, 2009 06:56 PM

Tom, I would too, oh that would be an
amazing thing to watch. The Cheney take
down. heh heh

LOL Your right about Obama too, his
speaking is horrible.

I just saw his blog the other day and I
bookmarked it too.

Posted by: Wild Thing at May 24, 2009 07:00 PM

Mark, I agree so much, thanks for sharing
that and it is so true about Passion. One
can see Obama's eyes he is searching in
his mind for what he should say next.
Lost, he has an emptiness to him, and I
think it comes from his soul.
To live with such rascism and hate
nothing else can grow there.

LOL I LOVE this....." centerfield and
drove one over the fence. Right where he pointed.."

Posted by: Wild Thing at May 24, 2009 07:06 PM

Bravo, well done Kevin Jackson, my tribe were staunch democrats too, then I looked at what was being said and done, been a proud blacksheep ever since.

Let's see what the Democrats have given us, I could go back to the Civil War but...:
1932 - the Raw Deal and Socialism, for the non producers, isolationism .

1945 - The UN is formally created, it took the numbnuts until 1950 to figure out it was formulated, created, and endorsed by and for Communists.

1945 - Eastern Europe ceded to the Soviet Union at Yalta and Potsdam.

1945 - Indochina ceded to the French after liberation from Japan, beginning in 1946, the Chinese and Soviet-backed Viet Minh , a communist army led by Ho Chi Minh, began a revolt against French rule known as the French Indochina War. In Saigon, the anti-Communist State of Vietnam, led by former Emperor Bảo Đại, was granted independence in 1949. Following the Geneva Accord of 1954, the Vietminh became the government of North Vietnam, although the Bảo Đại government continued to rule in the South. The colonial administration of Annam was dissolved in 1955 and the region was split between North and South, as provided for in the Geneva Accord.

1945 - Korea, the allies made a statement of intent to free Korea, the Soviet Union entered the war on August 8, 1945, it also made this pledge to free Korea. Soviet units entered North Korea on August 12, and Allied landings were made on September 8, more of that Yalta accord, Korea was partitioned in 1948, thank you UN.

1949 - who is Mao Tse Tung? In many parts of the world, conflict picked up again within a short time of World War II ending. In China, nationalist and communist forces quickly resumed their civil war. Communist forces were eventually victorious and established the People's Republic of China on the mainland while nationalist forces ended up retreating to the reclaimed island of Taiwan. The Soviets backed and supported China.

1950 - Kim Il Sung and 'the buck stops here'. On June 25, 1950, North Korean forces crossed the 38th Parallel, starting the three-year Korean War. Korea is still a divided tinderbox, thanks Harry.

1954 - Our friends the French lost our support and their war that we inherited, Congress pulled funds supporting the French as a condition of the 1954 Geneva Accords, then the United States inherited the war fought by the defeated French to defend our allies in the South of Vietnam . U.S. Under-Secretary of State Walter Bedell Smith said, "In connection with the statement in the Declaration concerning free elections in Vietnam, my government wishes to make clear its position which it has expressed in a Declaration made in Washington on June 29th, 1954, as follows: 'In the case of nations now divided against their will, we shall continue to seek unity through free elections, supervised by the United Nations to ensure they are conducted fairly'" It never happened thanks to the UN and Congress.

1959- Cuba, seems that the CIA and others seruptitously backed the 'rebels' as freedom fighters, they were, Cuba lost it's freedom to a Communist dictator, feeling betrayed JFK vowed to support their overthrow when he took office.

1963 - The Cuban crisis, JFK ceded defense positions in Turkey amongst other concessions for Soviet withdrawal of Nukes from the Island, instant hero, when the exiled Cubans went ashore with CIA assurances of U.S. backing of their invasion at the Bay Of Pigs, he turned his 'democratic' back on them and they were slaughtered by the Communists. Who else sanctioned the assassination of Ngo Dinh Diem on November 2, 1963.

The rest is history for those willing to look for the truth. Congress and the Democrats have failed to uphold the Constitution and the tenets of our founders all the while hiding behind portions of the Constitution while they destroy our freedom . I make no distinctions between the Democrats or the 'Republicans' they are one and the same in this respect.

Posted by: Jack at May 24, 2009 07:10 PM