Friday, October 09, 2009
Chuckie Watch 122: Chuckie in the Tea Party ageI haven't checked in with our old would-be Nashville arbiter of Patriotic Correctness Chuckie (CHARLIE DANIELS) for a long time. But after Townhall August, I though I should see how Chuckie's holdin' up.
He was over the deep end already. Now I think he's being sucked into the quicksand underneath the deep end. In Food For Thought 10/05/09, Chuckie goes all-in on the conspiracy theories, from the Illuminati to the Council on Foreign Relations. His bottom line is:
And who would profit by America losing her place as world leader, why the people who are trying to engineer a global government.
But if all the world had only one government it would be ruled by a few elitists and would be nothing but a dictatorship, pure and simple.I sort of think that if God wanted Chuckie to post on the Internet, he would have given him a functioning brain. But then who am I to say?
I hope hearing about Obama getting the Nobel Prize doesn't drive ole Chuckie to immolate himself in front of the Grand Ole Opry or something.
Chuckie has also discovered that there is no more racism in American. Except for, you know, all them thar black people playing the "race card" (Race Farce 09/18/09). Chuckie proceeds to give us his 100&-free-of-white-racism analysis of the real problems of them blacks:
The philosophy of Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and their ilk is that the black community's problems can only be solved by big government programs, and massive spending of taxpayer's dollars in ways that have proven fruitless for generations.This is actually why I stopped checking in on Chuckie on a regular basis. Because he pretty much recycles the same stuff over and over. It's just sometimes when he swings into a grumpy cycle, it gets a nuttier than usual, like in the Illuminati piece.
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