Saturday, March 27, 2010

Jimmy Z interviews Hyphenated American

A few hours ago I was interviewed by the Jimmy Z show - an internet-based radio talk program. It was an interesting experience - I haven't given any interviews lately to the media due to my very busy schedule (and the fact that media is not aware of my existence). I am quite excited that I was given the opportunity to be speaking truth to power - and I expect the world to finally see the wrongness of its ways.

The interview is supposed to come out this Monday, and I invite every one of my readers to check the Jimmy Z show and listen to my long rant (or rather a series of middle-sized rants). I felt that I was actually landing some good punches during the discussion, but this impression may be deceiving - don't forget that Jimmy Carter and his lackeys believed in their heart of hearts that they won the 1980 debate with Ronald Reagan. I am also curious how much of my Russian accent will be left on the cutting floor - I don't have too many illusions about the difficulty of understanding a flaming rant of a foreigner on the computer. In case there are any questions - I want to emphasize that Jimmy Z is a great interviewer, and all the mishaps are solely due to my undisputed status of a rank amateur.

Among many questions that I discussed with Jimmy Z (I believe I am not pre-empting the show by sharing this detail) was whether American patriots should vote for any Democrat congress-persons during the November elections. I am not sure I was clear on this topic, so let me reiterate my view.

It is my solid belief that we should vote ALL Democrats out of office - even the ones who voted against the Obamacare. Who wants to take the chances with Democrats? They voted against welfarism yesterday, we vote them back into office today, and they vote for welfarism tomorrow. There are no guarantees in politics. American citizens should follow the so-called "precautionary principle" when making a decision on their vote this November.

The best scientific illustration of the "precautionary principle" was given in the movie "Casino". Here are a few quotes that the readers may find entertaining:

Quote 1

Nicky Santoro: When it looked like they could get twenty-five years to life in prison just for skimming a casino, sick or no f*ckin' sick you knew people were going to get clipped.

Quote 2

Vinny Forlano: He won't talk. Stone is a good kid. Stand-up guy, just like his old man. That's the way I see it.
Vincent Borelli: I agree. He's solid. A f*ckin' Marine.
Americo Capelli: He's okay. He always was. Remo, what do you think?
Remo Gaggi: Look... why take a chance? At least, that's the way I feel about it.


Belief in the welfare socialism is like a virus, and it is certain that 70- 80% of the Democrat party apparatchiks have caught the bug. Do you really want to vote for someone who in all likelihood was bitten by Karl Marx? I say - waste those bustards at the voting polls in November, and let God of Elections sort them out.

12 comments:

Teresa said...

Exactly! We must vote these Marxists out at the polls. The Democrats are unreliable in counting on them standing on the right side of issues. Plus, I think the only reason some Dems voted NO was because Pelosi let loose her puppet strings and allowed them to, so their constituency wouldn't boot them out of office. I am looking forward to listening to your interview with Jimmy Z. Congrats on being interviewed.

Hyphenated American said...

Teresa,

This was exactly what I said in the interview. You cannot count on those scumbags. It's very likely some of those guys voted against the Obamacare because Nancy thought she had enough votes to get it through. "Stupak is as a Stupak does" - I don't see why patriots should continue voting stupak...

Adobe Walls said...

Excellent post don't sell yourself short you write better than I and very eloquently. The only suggestion I'd make would be use more direct connections to your former life in Soviet Russia. You have a perpective that those who've lived their lives in a free society can't.

Jim McMahon said...

Can't wait to hear your interview this Monday Alex.

Christopher said...

I am with ya on that thought. Matter of fact I always have been since I was at least 16 years of age (45 now).

Why stop there though?

The McCains, Snowes, Collins and Graham types with a supposed "R" after their name must go as well.

Surely and finally there must be some Patriots out there to step-up to the plate and replace them.

I will be listening if I can and keep up the good fight.

Silverfiddle said...

Here's another reason to vote against all democrats: It is the only way to vote down pelosi and take her power away. The San Fran Sickos will never vote her out.

The best we can do is make her minority leader.

Jim McMahon said...

Christopher, I’m with ya on that brother. “R” means absolutely nothing. I support the Tea Party, but at the grassroots level…….a party of the people. And I’m getting a little bit worried as I see the Tea Party evolving into something more than that. Once someone figures out how to get rich under the guise of being a patriot, (if they haven’t already) we’re in trouble. I am a conservative first and foremost, and while there is some validity to the statement, “The Republicans are no better than the Democrats,” all they have to say is…….”ObamaCare!”

The Democrats showed their true colors on this one. They jammed this unconstitutional piece of socialism down our throats while 73% of the country was vehemently opposed to it, and without a single vote from the Republican Party. The Democrats are NOT the party of the people. And if anyone thinks at this point in time that they can run on a Tea Party ticket and actually win, they’re fooling themselves and might as well just vote for the Democrats.

The conservatives and independents definitely have the numbers to sway an election. But, how do we vet the “conservative” candidates that we should back? Scott Brown took Massachusetts because of us, and he’s not conservative. Brown thinks he’s beholden to John McCain because McCain gave him his blessings on his Senate run, but McCain had nothing to do with his victory. We did.

And then we have Sarah Palin, who is wholly supported by the Tea Party conservatives. She is going all over Arizona in a high profile campaign, beating the drum for John McCain, and then getting huge cheers after asking the crowds to “re-elect the Maverick!” Why? Why should we support a RINO? She should be asking the Tea Party to support J.D. Hayworth, a REAL conservative, not John McCain. Hell, I blame McCain for selling us out by handing the last election to Barack Obama on a silver platter. He could have beaten him any time he wanted, and didn’t.

Sean Hannity has Newt Gingrich on his show on a regular basis asking him if he’s going to run for the Presidency in 2012, and he always gives the stock answer of, “We’ll have to see,” while he smirks at the camera. Don’t get me wrong, I like Newt Gingrich. But I like him because I think he is a brilliant man and is great to listen to, but he is NOT a conservative by any stretch of the imagination.

I don’t know how all this will shake out this November, but I do know that if we don’t ALL get our heads out of the sand and support the same conservative candidates, under the REPUBLICAN ticket, it’s going to be a complete disaster. And America will never survive another two to six years of this corrupt administration.

Jimmy said...

Trust me, it's a wonderful interview, mostly because I kept my comments to a minimum. You express yourself beautifully, with insight and humor. I think listeners will enjoy every minute of it. The show will be published by 1pm pacific time tomorrow.

Jimmy said...

Oh, and Mr. McMahon: In one weekend, Sarah played both sides of the aisle - one day she's campaigning for THE PROBLEM with the GOP, and the next day she's rallying against THE PROBLEM with the GOP. DISGUSTING.

She is a part of the machine now. Her next big deal is an 8 part reality program on cable, "Palin in Alaska" or something. She is not going to run for President, which is I believe a good thing.

If I hear her shrill voice repeat the line "How's that hopey changey thingie workin' out for ya?" again I'll hurt myself.

Christopher said...

Jimmy, I agree with your take on Palin except for the part being a good thing for her to run fro President.

If so inclined, check it out:

http://christopher-conservativeperspective.blogspot.com/2010/03/my-thoughts-on-sarah-palin.html

Jimmy said...

Christopher: "She is not going to run for President, which is I believe a good thing."

I think we're on the same page. I believe it is a good thing that she is NOT going to run for President.

Anonymous said...

Sarah is a "mommy". her homey demeanor is indicative of some mothers coddling her young, she speaks to adult audiences in a manner a kindergarten teacher may comfort her cubs on an unfamiliar first day away from home, for me it is absolutely repulsive,
Coupled with McCain they would have been the breathing effigy of
see no evil, hear, no evil, speak no evil...my bias exposed ...
I want a leader who will slap the s*** of of any passerby who frowns, on the spot, no need to check with Chris Mathews. Missy Palin is nice but not my leader
John McCain.. wants a trophy. it would take him 8 years to gather a consensus on the sale of rubber bands.. me.. drill for oil today, try to stop it in the courts and i will abolish the lower courts tomorrow and hold you financially accountable. and charge you with frivolous obstruction,
George Soros .. I am going to give John Edwards 20 million dollars cash, 12 new girl friend and a daily report to the supreme court we will find a way to destroy your dynasty, soon, not after the elections I view you no differently than osama bin laden,
Nancy, you will live the rest of your life on welfare, Barney you will live in a slum, Harry you will be given a wooden nose and a knife, posed on PBS to barter for your food daily, what you got to trade Harry ?
senior~ McCain we will erect a living memorial on Ellis Island
thank you for your service sincerely, my friend, you have given your all, we accept graciously, it is time to put the truck in second gear and move on
i could set here all day, I am unemployed now, think i may use my gasoline to go find a new job.. never took government assistance, never will, too many liberals in line, hands out ... do you suppose it is possible that the liberal right hand could have a metamorphosis into a mail box ...actually i find the likelihood in direct proportion to global warming.. could happen huh ?