Wednesday, November 05, 2008


 T H E   W E S T E R N   I N D I V I D U A L

A terrorist's friend has won the US presidency while terrorists wage a war on us.
Let's take that in for a moment and fully appreciate how terrible that fact is. 
Ok, now what are we going to do about it as Individuals? 
Tell The Truth, no matter what. 
Tell the Truth, no matter that those who are hostile to the truth are in power.
Tell the Truth, no matter that the man who will be charged to defend us from Muslim terrorists comes from a Muslim background, a fact that, in a post 9/11 world, didn't seem noteworthy for those who voted for him. A fact that he was never asked to fully elaborate on. Had those who voted him in understood the enemy and his religion, they may have thought twice about the implications of voting in Obama, especially at this moment in time. But as with Obama, our culture has deemed Islam innocent even if proven guilty. In a sane world, Islam would have been named as the enemy's 'evil ideology' and Barack Hussein Obama would have been as scrutinized as Joe the Plumber. Obama will do everything but his job, so the war against the enemy just got harder for us and easier for the enemy.
Tell the Truth. It will save the world.


revereridesagain said...

Thanks, Bosch, that lifted my spirits a bit. I've been getting ragged on by some of the guys over at IBA for refusing to see the "bright side" of this. (Which is sort of a nice change from the stuff I'm usually ragged on about, actually.)

Pessimism as a philosophical outlook is a cosmic error. It is a benevolent universe. It's some of the stinkers that live in this universe who worry me. I know of no facts that indicate that Obama will be anything but a dangerous and untrustworthy president at best. I learned many years ago and the hard way that ignoring facts and hoping everything will be fine is like hanging on to the fast-descending stern of the Titanic while reminding yourself that she's "unsinkable."

Until the facts change, the truth is as you stated. 52% of the people in this country have elected a president who makes common cause with our enemies. When he stops doing that, I'll look on the bright side.

Darius_LaMonica said...

Hi Bosch. Obama is going to be a one-termer. He's going to make Carter look Reaganesque. He's going to royally screw up the economy and I'll wager the voters are going to clean the House and Senate in 2010.

This election was more about people being angry at GWB than "for" Obama despite what the spinmeisters would have you believe. They were in thrall of an empty suit who gave them "feel good" rhetoric instead of hard policy answers. Just look at that Howard Stern video where the Harlem residents were for Obama because he supported the surge and picked Sarah Palin for his VP! These idiots didn't even know what the guy really stood for! People are going to be in a shock when they really see what this guy is like.

I'm sure the debates in Iran, the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, MILF, the KLA, and the rest of the world's Islamic thugs is whether to strike during a weak Obama administration or focus on the "stealth jihad" (as Mr. Spence puts it). My contrarian side says it'll be the latter, and that's what really scares the piss out of me.

ATOM said...

I took an oath to obey a Commander-in-Chief that is our enemy.

But I also took this oath of allegiance:

I,*************, do solemnly swear, that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and DOMESTIC; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God.

The Founding Fathers were very wise to include DOMESTIC enemies.

Joe Maurone said...

Yes, indeed, speak! Tell the truth...because if we don't, it truly will be down to the in "last man standing."

Our freedom of speech will be put to the test...

A SHOW OF HANDS: A Cautionary Tale of Heroes in Exile

Bosch Fawstin said...

A good reality check, revereridesagain, and one of the things that gets me is how people are saying that since we don't know what he's going to do, we'll just have to sit back and wait and hope he does well, when one of the reasons we vote in someone to this kind of power is because we at least have a damn good idea what he will do. His record suggests that he will be a terrible and dangerous president who will do everything but his job. He will be hostile to everything America stands for and he will give the benefit of the doubt to our would be destroyers.

Bosch Fawstin said...


I'm with you, I think Obama will be the Chamberlain of our time, which will then finally bring in the post 9/11 leader we need to finally crush this enemy once and for all. Don't know who it is, but we'll be good and ready after we see how Obama lives up to his terrible record.

Bosch Fawstin said...


Obama is the first Anti-American American president whose relationship with terrorist William Ayers should have buried him from getting into Any office in the United States.

Bosch Fawstin said...


The enemies of free speech are in power and they will do all they can to protect themselves from hearing things they don't want to hear. Expect a return of the Fairness Doctrine and once they foist that on us, then they'll go after all those who they deem to be out of line. It's a terrible time for this country, but as Winston Churchill said:

'If you're going through hell, keep going.'

Mike Thompson said...

I seriously LOVE this updated image, Bosch. Pigman with a cowboy hat is one of my favorites especially how the upturned brim resembles pig ears. So GREAT! You truly are a master artist.

Fellow Infidel said...

Not to worry about the fairness doctrine. The Infidel is all fair:

Pigman = Western right-wing kicking ass
SuperJihad = Islamist left-wing getting ass kicked

All is right (and left) in the Pigman world. Perfect harmony!

Joe Maurone said...

Well, Bosch, I'm putting our free speech to the test for the next four years:

And I've made a habit of carrying THE VIRTUE OF SELFISHNESS around town with me...

Godfrey of Utah said...

Amen Bosch.
I was so sad when I heard that Obama won. It seems I overestimated the public's resolve. Then again, all the outrage at humiliating the enemy in the interrogation rooms and killing him on the battlefield should have been a warning sign to me.

But you are absolutely right. We must keep telling the truth about the enemy. I pray that the Winston Churchill we need will emerge soon and kick Neville Chamberlain (a.k.a Obama) to the curb.

dvdk said...

Our greatest enemy is not the one who will kill our countrymen or destroy our buildings. The one who is willing to blow himself up to advance his cause, though perhaps a fool, demonstrates a commitment to his cause that dwarfs the commitment many so-called "lovers of liberty." We defeat our enemy by making it clear that he can in no way advance his cause by his acts of violence. That is, the greatest defense we have against terrorism is to refuse to change the way we live in response to acts of terror. The jihadi wish to cause us to change the way we live - first to scare us into creating our own police state, and then to offer us "freedom" in exchange for our conversion to Islam. Our actions must simply say, "Hell, NO! We refuse to become a police state, and we will not change the way we live simply because you blew something up somewhere. We are a nation of 300 million people. You can't even kill 1% of us. We refuse to bend!" We must be very careful, because our greatest enemy is our own tendency to trade essential liberties for the veneer of security. I fear we are much closer to the futuristic vision of Great Britain in "'V' for Vendetta" than we would like to think. I would rather accept and acknowledge physical vulnerabilities due to the realities of a free and open society than to find myself living in a police state where liberties are regularly trampled in the name of "national security."

Bosch Fawstin said...

Fellow Infidel,

Nice, thanks. The fairness doctrine is inevitable with Obama in power. The idea that a terrorist's friend who went to the church of 'God Damn America' will be president is still a shocker to me. It's unreal, this impending retrogression of America, but when those who are truly anti-American are in power, of course what's coming will come.

Bosch Fawstin said...


We will have an enemy of free speech in the white house, so I think the truth tellers will be telling it more than ever in a more aggressive way than usual, and I'm hoping your blog will be echoed across the web.

Bosch Fawstin said...


I never liked H.L. Mencken's quote:

'Never underestimate the stupidity of the American people.'

I think he's been proven right and I have needed to reconsider my take on the American people as a whole. Many of us really are far more stupid than I ever thought we were, at least enough of us to vote in such a dangerously weak president. I think he will be far worse than we can currently conceive.

Bosch Fawstin said...


I can't wait until an American leader makes the enemy and his entire culture change the way THEY live. While our leaders profess a desire to win the hearts and minds of Muslims, we the people ask what the hell have Muslims done to win OUR hearts and minds. Nothing. Not even an apology, en masse for the atrocity of 9/11. We have to change the way They live, before we can get back to normal.

Mister Myst said...


I'm Mister Myst.

We talked on the Comics forums a few months back.

I just wanted to say that your post is "right on".

People who voted for Obama can probably be lumped into two categories:

1. People who voted for superficial reasions (ie---his race, his "inspirational" rising underdog story, or his speeches which sounded inspirational, but really said nothing, etc.) rather than his policies.
That Paris Hilton ad summed it up perfectly.

2. People who fully understand the negative impact he will have on this country and voted for him for that specific reason.
These, and Obama himself, are the true domestic enemies...enabling (and possibly conspiring with) our radical foreign enemies.

As your post suggests, I intend to tell the truth, no matter how hostile the environment. Thanks for letting me know that there are other people who feel the way I do.

Really looking forward to when "The Infidel" comes out.

Robert Jones said...

Barack Obama is so September 10th.

Sarah Palin is the Churchill we've been waiting for.

Or so, I hope.

Counting down the days until 2012.

Anonymous said...

What a terribly angry and scared lot you Yanks are - kinda pathetic really. You are terrified little children with guns - your own worst enemies. The depth of sheer ignorance displayed on these pages is breathtaking. No wonder the rest of the world despises you when you come out with fascist pseudo-religious crap like this. You all talk big and think small - all hat and no trousers as we say over here. And the names you choose prove it "revereridesagain" - what, an old drunk is back on his nag again?
And as for "the stupidity of the American people"? You people are perfect examples. Why don't you guys just grow up? This is one of the most juvenile, no puerile sites I've had the bad luck to visit.
Its obvious you have little understanding of the real world. Don't bother posting any counter comments - I won't be back to see it. What a bunch of pathetic loser fantasists. You're a disgrace.

~An Australian.

Bosch Fawstin said...

Mister Myst,

Good to see you here and thanks for the words.


My mind's on John Bolton or Guliani, but Bobby Jindal and Palin will definitely be in it 4.

And 'Australian'? it's you.

ATOM said...

For that Australian piece of crap...
You are lucky the internet was invented ha?
Just stay in your oceania and never set foot in the US. NEVER!
Keep on chanting the anti-American song that I know it by heart and that's why you should just stay where ever you are. Australian piece of nothing.

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