Forgive Our Faults, Oh Our Most Grievous Faults! Oh Nuts!

The fierce defender of Truth, Justice and the American Way has chosen Samantha Power as our his new ambassador to his cherished United Nations. Way to go, Big Guy!

An adoring glance at our her beloved benefactor:

Barack Obama, Susan Rice, Tom Donilon, Samantha Power

The charming Ms Power’s

past comments remain a backdrop to the hearing. Power, a former White House adviser and longtime Obama friend, once likened U.S. foreign policies to those of the Nazis.

In a March 2003 New Republic magazine article she argued that American foreign policy needs a “historical reckoning” which would entail “opening the files” and “acknowledging the force of a mantra we have spent the last decade promoting in Guatemala, South Africa, and Yugoslavia.”

She continued: “Instituting a doctrine of the mea culpa would enhance our credibility by showing that American decision-makers do not endorse the sins of their predecessors. When (German Chancellor Willy) Brandt went down on one knee in the Warsaw ghetto, his gesture was gratifying to World War II survivors, but it was also ennobling and cathartic for Germany. Would such an approach be futile for the United States?” [Emphasis added.]

. . . .

Critics argue that putting Power in power would paint the U.S. as weak, disengaged, irresolute and submissive on a global stage. Among the chief complaints is Power’s history of “anti-Israel” comments that some believe should disqualify her from holding the top U.S. spot at the United Nations.

Adam Savit, a program manager at the Center for Security Policy in Washington, said the next ambassador to the U.N. should not be apologizing for U.S. policies.

“It shows weakness, lack of confidence and in real terms it encourages bad actors on a regional level to take advantage of the vacuum of power that the absence of U.S. leadership creates,” Savit told “We see this in the aggressiveness in the Muslim Brotherhood, Iranian regime and in Russia, which is reasserting its dominance in the Middle East and most specifically, Syria.” [Emphasis added.]

ObamaThrowsBallWhat could possibly be wrong with that? Her views are consistent with those of our manly President, whose ambassador she is to be, not ours, to the Third World Commune United Nations. Moreover, in the unlikely event that she might be rejected by the Senate, President Obama could simply chose someone else in her stead to represent his views before that august body.

Perhaps our dear Attorney General could find time on top of his other onerous (but largely ignored) duties. Perhaps His Attorney Generalship might even cease looking for racist things to do at his Department of Social Justice.

Our Attorney General, who is the legal mouthpiece for the President of the United States, has stated in no uncertain terms that you must retreat when threatened by anyone wishing to do you harm.  And make no mistake… taking your stuff, threatening your well-being, or both, is “doing you harm”.

According to Mr. Holder, you are obligated to give that person, or persons, whatever they want if they demand it.  Could be your Wedding Ring, could be your child, could be your body.

You have no right to protect yourself, or your property, if another individual is willing to harm you.

Israeli imperialist

Vile Israeli imperialist

General Holder and Ms. Power evidently have similar views and either of them would likely extend them even further to help Israel, which picks fights with sweet innocents, a.k.a Islamic Heroes, who continuously announce their intentions to kill her, have a history of trying to do so and, in their own delightful ways, of celebrating their brave victories over vile Israeli imperialists. The United States have an obligation to help little Israel stop being so aggressive! What right has she even to think of trying to stand her ground or of defending herself in the face of such righteous opposition? Why can’t she just be compassionate, politically correct and show the entire civilized world that she has the empathy demanded by social justice? Then (if she survives), she might even become a small part of the civilized world. The ObamaSolution is for Israeli swine to reject all dastardly thoughts of self defense; self defense is obviously not in her own best interests, as properly understood by her betters such as President Obama and apparently by his ambassadorial choice, Ms. Powers. 

Mr. Zimmerman, who is part White, part Hispanic and apparently part Black, did not mount a defense based on Florida’s stand your ground laws at his recent murder trial, he did rely on the (obviously) antisocial and hence antiquated doctrine of self defense. True, that got him off the hook with a culturally insensitive jury, but his betters know better.

March 25-26: At least seven white people were attacked by mobs of black people in Grand Rapids, Michigan. / “The detective also told Jacob that he believed the Trayvon Martin media frenzy is what prompted the attacks.”

April 5: A 78-year-old Ohio man said that he was the victim of a hate crime after a group of young black men attacked him while shouting, “This is for Trayvon.”

April 10: Police in Gainesville, FL investigated a “racially motivated” incident after several black men attacked a white man. The victim was punched in the face and was then struck several more times while he was on the ground. The attackers allegedly chanted, “Trayvon” before the attack.

April 25: An Alabama man was attacked by a mob of 20 black people in his home. The attackers used brass knuckles, pipes, paint cans, and other makeshift weapons to beat the victim. / “one of the assailants referenced Trayvon Martin during the attack.”

April 26: A 15-year-old black male was charged with a hate crime for attacking and robbing white victims. Police say that the suspect pinned the victim, threatened him with a large tree branch, and then said, “Empty your pockets, white boy.” / “he was angry about the Trayvon Martin case.”

July 14: Riots in Oakland, California turned violent when protestors threw rocks at reporters and policemen, causing an estimated $50,000 in property damage.

July 15: An eyewitness claims that a group of young black men assaulted a Hispanic manwhile shouting, “This is for Trayvon!” The eyewitness stated, “They were just yelling and calling him names as they ran after him, but once they were hitting him and after that they started yelling, ‘This is for Trayvon, [expletive].’”

A racist conservative (please pardon the redundancy), Allen West, has stated that race baiters should stop.

Former Rep. Allen West on Wednesday slammed “faux leaders” and “race baiters” for turning the death of Trayvon Martin into a racial issue, calling out Rev. Al Sharpton and Attorney General Eric Holder for their comments.

During an interview on “Kilmeade & Friends” on Fox News Radio, West was asked if the verdict was an opportunity to talk about race in America.

It depends on what you want to talk about. Do you really want to talk about the issues that are confronting the black community or do you want to talk about the politically manufactured crises that you have these faux leaders and these race baiters that are out there, you know, promoting it,” West said. [Emphasis added.]

Citing unemployment, the breakdown of the family and education as important issues, West said the media focus on the trial is a distraction.

If we want to have these media frenzy-created crises, or someone like an Al Sharpton running around all over the country like a charlatan that he is, then we’re not talking about the real issues and we’re not having the real conversations about race,” West said. “We’re never going to have an honest conversation when you have someone like Attorney General Eric Holder that stands up in front of the NAACP and basically says, you know, we’re going to manipulate the law to give you your quote-unquote social justice.” [Emphasis added.]

Nonsense! What could West possibly know or understand about the Black community?

Allen West

Those who know better than the jury have not yet managed to get Mr. Zimmerman, but with the racial grievance community pushing such efforts there will be attempts. Hence, Mr. Zimmerman and members of his family are in hiding.

Since Israel can’t hide, isn’t it best for her simply to reject antisocial Islamaphobia and give her enemies neighbors whatever they demand?

Israel might get a bashing “whoop-ass,” but getting a “whoop-ass” should be no problem for the culturally sensitive according to Rachel Jeantel, a “star” prosecution witness at the Zimmerman trial. For true peace there must be ample cultural understanding.

In an interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan, Jeantel insisted that Zimmerman and the jury didn’t have the cultural awareness to understand that Martin wasn’t giving the defendant a “bashing” but merely a “whoop-a–,” Breitbart News noted. [Emphasis added]

Jeantel, who was on the phone with Martin shortly before he was shot by Zimmerman Feb. 26, 2012, explained: “They don’t understand, they understand, ‘Oh, he would just bash, or was kill.’ When somebody bash somebody, like, blood, people, trust me, in the area I live, that’s not bashing. That’s just called “whoop-ass.” You just got your ass whooped. That’s what it is.

We will be hearing a lot more from Ms. Jeantel, soon to be interviewed by The Reverend Al.

MSNBC host Al Sharpton will air an interview with Rachel Jeantel on her thoughts about the George Zimmerman trial in recent days. Jeantel, a witness during the Trayvon Martin trial, has received much media attention in recent days. The interview with Jeantel will be shown on Sharpton’s “Politics Nation” show on MSNBC at 6 p.m. on Wednesday.

Perhaps from her we will learn how our multiple failures to become culturally sensitive perpetuate our unforgivable sins of racism and Islamaphobia. If Mr. Zimmerman and Israel just had the proper cultural understandings, they might even enjoy the benefits of “whoop-ass.” Race race baiters of the world unite! You have nothing to lose but your reason and humanity (if any).

These (satirical) suggestions by Andrew Klavan on the culturally sensitive way to behave during an Islamic massacre are no less sensible than the hopes of President Obama, his Attorney General and, apparently, his ambassadorial nominee.

Many in Vice President Biden’s “legitimate media” apparently take the same view of violence by Blacks as Mr. Klavan satirically suggests we need to take of violence by Islamists. Resolving such problems merely requires cultural understanding, empathy and letting our infinitely wise and benign government take care of us. The government has guns, so we don’t have any legitimate need for them. Israel should also follow the wise advice of her betters, even though it would probably take just a wee bit longer for help from the United States to (fail) to arrive than it did for poor Mr. Benghazi and his unfortunate companions. It’s all for the common good — just think how happy and tranquil everyone would then be!

Visualize whirled peas


Our librul friends sit around in their well policed and hence peaceful Liberal Apartheid neighborhoods visualizing whirled peas at the expense of others.

Modern liberalism, among other things, is a psychological state, in which very-well-off Americans find ways through their income and privilege to be exempt from the ramifications of their own ideologies, while adopting causes and pets that exempt them from guilt over their own status and limitless opportunities. Judging by their concrete actions, they are indifferent to the poor whom they romanticize at a safe distance. In short, voting for larger government and subsidies is seen as a necessary cost of being a reactionary, liberal elite. [Emphasis added.]

Oh? You don’t live in such a neighborhood? That’s irresponsible. You really should.

The rest of us can find great spiritual fulfillment if we simply lie back, think of England whirled peas and submit. We may even learn how to enjoy letting others honor us with righteous whoop-asses. That is the “liberal apartheid” way (for us); that’s the ObamaWay (for us).

As The One has remarked, “elections have consequences.” Those wise words should be remembered as we go to the polls next year, in 2016 and thereafter.


About danmillerinpanama

I was graduated from Yale University in 1963 with a B.A. in economics and from the University of Virginia School of law, where I was the notes editor of the Virginia Law Review in 1966. Following four years of active duty with the Army JAG Corps, with two tours in Korea, I entered private practice in Washington, D.C. specializing in communications law. I retired in 1996 to sail with my wife, Jeanie, on our sailboat Namaste to and in the Caribbean. In 2002, we settled in the Republic of Panama and live in a very rural area up in the mountains. I have contributed to Pajamas Media and Pajamas Tatler. In addition to my own blog, Dan Miller in Panama, I an an editor of Warsclerotic and contribute to China Daily Mail when I have something to write about North Korea.
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9 Responses to Forgive Our Faults, Oh Our Most Grievous Faults! Oh Nuts!

  1. I quite enjoy your style of writing and see no injustices that you have made in interpreting the actions of some of these dubious people. If they were, indeed, patriotic, wouldn’t it show somewhere? You paint it as you see it and I applaud you for it. It is past time to play nice and never, ever offend anyone. I have one question for you critics. “Don’t you ever get tired of being offended?” This business of being politically correct should work both ways. Since the liberal power hungry jackasses care not whether I am ever offended, I see no reason to give them the respect they honestly don’t deserve just so I can say that i didn’t offend them.

    • Thanks, Barbara, for your comments here and about other articles. Writing my own blog is more fun and gives me more freedom than writing elsewhere. I ceased writing at PJ Media because it had ceased to be much fun (although the money was nice) and because I was too constrained on the things about which I could write.

      I do make at least some effort not to be excessively offensive, even though there seems to be little hope of changing the minds of libruls.

      Thanks also for “following” my blog. Please return often.


  2. bunkerville says:

    But Ms. Jeantel has a 3.0 regarding her intellectual prowess. I am looking forward to her opining at the next summit meeting with our White/African President.

  3. Boeke says:

    I agree with shoe. I quit reading this blog months ago because I couldn’t believe anything I read here: it was all exaggerated and distorted for satiric effect.

  4. Tom Carter says:

    I saw Power on TV today, in a hearing, trying to duck what she wrote a few years back. Weak. But…presidents generally get the appointments they want. Too bad there aren’t enough people in the country who agree with you and me to elect a different president. Maybe 2016, when we’ll probably have Hillary or someone of her ilk running against whichever right-wing crank emerges from the Republican primary campaign blood-letting.

  5. shoe1000 says:

    I wish the message you were trying to make didnt get lost in your invective. We have done some atrocious things to others. I dont subscribe that the end justify the means. I dont like the Patriot act nor do I like the latest liberal immigration proposal.
    However, the people are dealing like you and I do, in principles. We think they are sometimes idiotic, but this is what we have accepted as our political system.
    Again ad hominum attacks are negating your ability to argue a point.
    Best of luck to you my friend. I cant keep reading this kind of assault on people’s natures. Attack their policies and I will join you. But to say that these people are unpatriotic is unfounded and wrong headed.

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