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No Escape

08 February 2011 @ 17:22

There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do not attempt to adjust the picture.
We are controlling transmission. If we wish to make it louder, we will bring up the volume.
If we wish to make it softer, we will tune it to a whisper. We can reduce the focus to a soft blur,
or sharpen it to crystal clarity. We will control the horizontal. We will control the vertical.
Sit quietly and we will control all that you see and hear. You are about to experience the awe and mystery
which reaches from our Fearless Leader’s mind to… The Obama Limits.

From Chris Wysocki, we learn that those annoying Emergency Alert System tests are going to become even more annoying.

It seems the national government, via FEMA and Homeland Security, is going to conduct the tests instead of private companies like Comcast.  Another Federal takeover, surprise, surprise.  Instead of that grating set of noises, we’re now going to have to see and hear this clown on all channels.  Oh joy.

Chris has the details here and a spot-on Photoshop to go along with the report.

The last voice I want to hear or image I want to see in the event of a catastrophe is Obama’s.  I have no intention of following any edicts he issues.  The man-child cannot be trusted with power, as we have seen these past two years.  He like wielding it too much, possesses no morality to ground his actions, and is embarrassingly immature.

Perhaps this will finally motivate me and Mrs. B. to buy those firearms we’ve been talking about.

10 Comments
  1. Adobe Walls permalink
    08 February 2011 @ 19:32 19:32

    “Perhaps this will finally motivate me and Mrs. B. to buy those firearms we’ve been talking about.”

    You wrote that to throw off ATF right?
    The whole story is a gag. Even O’Sputnik wouldn’t go that far…. oh sh*t.

  2. 08 February 2011 @ 19:44 19:44

    Obama is like a tentacled octopus. The man is power hungry. The man needs to keep his grubby tentacles the heck out of our lives.

  3. 08 February 2011 @ 19:47 19:47

    You’re outer limit theme nails it. They want a kill switch on the internet, and they have also wanted a way to turn off TV and radio. This would be it!

  4. 09 February 2011 @ 13:45 13:45

    And to think that a little over 100 years ago, presidential candidates barely campaigned, and most Americans didn’t even know who the president was … Now we can’t escape him.

  5. Adobe Walls permalink
    09 February 2011 @ 15:51 15:51

    WyBlog has another post on this.
    http://wyblog.us/blog/tech/eas-obama-media-takeover

    “we can’t escape him.”
    Apparently that’s the plan.

  6. bobbelvedere permalink*
    09 February 2011 @ 17:19 17:19

    Adobe: Nothing coming from him surprises anymore, except if he does the smart/right/moral thing and that ain’t happened yet.

    Tere: We need to cripple those tenacles – paralyze the suckers [pun itended].

    Matt: Sends a chill up yer spine, don’t it.

    TheCL: It was about 100 years ago that the Progressive disease had it’s first outbreak in America.

    Adobe: Escape Is Futile.

  7. 09 February 2011 @ 21:28 21:28

    Linked, Bob.

    These are very scary times.

  8. 09 February 2011 @ 23:42 23:42

    Funny to think that the first great intrusions into our liberty were justified with, “If you haven’t done anything wrong, you don’t have anything to worry about”.

    Until now, I’ve never been able to put my finger on exactly what bothered me about that reasoning and the ramifications of it. It’s here – government control, not to save us from each other at all costs, not to save us from ourselves at all costs, but to prevent us from harming them. The logical end of that “at all costs” continuum. of that “Why should it bother you?” continuum. of the “Principles are just abstract ideas; we have concrete problems that need to be solved” continuum.

  9. bobbelvedere permalink*
    10 February 2011 @ 17:20 17:20

    Roxe: Dead solid perfect.

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