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New neighborhood watchman

New neighborhood watchman

Um, there’s so much I could say, so many comparisons I could make.

But I’m not going to go there.  Because he knows who has been naughty, and I don’t want to get fishy flagged or end up on an #attackwatch list like Fuzzy.

From a reader who prefers to remain anonymous since he lives in and took this photo in Portland, Oregon, where speaking ill of the watchman is not taken to kindly:


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This image will haunt me.

Okay, that’s just creepy. Who does something like that?

This particular watchman wants to be an ubiquitous peeping tom: at your windows, on your phone, tracking your driving and cell phone, scrutinizing your spending…

He’s made a lot of progress.

    alan markus in reply to gs. | April 5, 2012 at 7:33 am

    And he also wants to be your “nag” – “eat brocolli”, “inflate your tires”, “give up your gus-guzzling SUV & buy an electric car”, etc., etc., etc.

    Joan Of Argghh in reply to gs. | April 5, 2012 at 7:38 am

    Sing it with me, “He’s climbin’ in yo windows, snatching yo people up. . . hide yo kids, hide yo wife. . .”

    gs in reply to gs. | April 5, 2012 at 1:05 pm

    This particular watchman wants to be an ubiquitous peeping tom: at your windows, on your phone, tracking your driving and cell phone, scrutinizing your spending…

    I have to walk back the ‘ubiquitous’ because the government can’t do everything. They have to prioritze.

    For example, they’re to busy to guard the borders, to watch for subversives, to monitor against vote fraud, to audit their “green investments”, etc.

Joan Of Argghh | April 5, 2012 at 7:35 am

OMG! I want one!!!

Only you can save me, Baraka-watcha!

Coming soon, the blow-up version for your passenger seat. He’ll give you access to the HOV lanes, safe passage in those unsavory parts of the Harvard campus, and hours of conversation with other motorists where you stop to purchase $5.00/gal fuel. Must use with caution in rural Pennsylvania and other areas of bitter-clingon habitat.

Coach: I did report you to both of those, supplying my name when I did. I told them I was a regular reader of your blog, and wanted my name on the list with your name. Let’s not make any bones about what’s going on: supporters of liberty, and our constitution, can’t hide, or we will be tracked down like we are dirty dogs.
(Whoops, The One has already claimed: “They’re treating me like a dog.” What a cry baby!)

Who will watch The Watchman?Certainly not The Democrat-Media Complex.

One who attempted to check the Democrat Media Complex is no longer with us,

True irony would be if the house was underwater on the mortgage, the owner unemployed because his solar company went bankrup…

NC Mountain Girl | April 5, 2012 at 11:01 am

If I was a neighbor I think I’d have an overwhelming urge to round up all the local kids to play some baseball right in front of that particular house.

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | April 5, 2012 at 11:13 am

The first thing I thought of was the sitcom “Family Ties”.
Michael J. Fox played the conservative son of two aging hippies. His character kept a picture of Ronald Reagan in his bedroom.

But that was a sitcom. Fantasy. Parody. Not real.

The person that lives in that house presumably lives in the real world with the rest of us. He had to find a cardboard cutout, purchase it, then put it on display. Weird.

I actually *like* it. It’s good for us. Imagine if Conservatives bought these and put them in their windows. Liberals couldn’t complain, but it would start to creep people out if Obama’s face was watching them everywhere they go. A real ‘big brother’ message. It might make a subtle (but positive) effect in the election, so Obama would lose. Any psychologists out there care to comment on the strategy?

That’s just creepy.

Photoshop contest!

theduchessofkitty | April 5, 2012 at 3:31 pm



There’s a communist living in that white house!

The bookends of Barack’s life:

Community Organizer -> -> -> Community Nanny