Wednesday, March 25, 2015

ObamaSeuss: "Oh! How Bad The President Has Been!"

This book created under the protection of the Fair Use Act (described after the book)

Well, there certainly has been a lot of talk about Obama channeling Dr Seuss and for good reason: selling an oppressive, communist-style agenda using children's media and the fond, innocent memories that go along with such things is pretty gross: like Hitler and Stalin kissing babies and smiling, laughing and charming the people with their uplifting spirits and appearance of being jovial men with big hearts, then going back to "work", so to speak, as they did. But I digress. This is supposed to be a fun time, so without further allusions to historical precedent, here is the whole goll-darned illustrated book! Well okay! We're always happy to do our part! All original! Have fun!








A word and lesson about copyright law. A few people, obviously very loud leftists trying to discourage this book, have said such a thing would violate copyright law in so much as a parody mocks the style of a work which is allowed, while satire using the style of a work is not quite so allowed unless there is a significant social, artistic or political connection - reason - to use a certain style to make a point.

For example, a book called The Cat NOT In The Hat used that style to re-tell the O.J. Simpson murder story. The court ruled against the book for copyright infringement because Simpson had no connection to Dr. Seuss. Had Simpson used an alibi that had, for example, been called the "Cat In The Hat Defense" then the situation likely would have been much different.

In this case the connection is clear: Obama's use of Seuss has caused much social 
awareness and some outrage, and people from Sarah Palin to John Stewart have held up Seuss books while giving their own barely modified versions of famous Seuss rhymes, and that is allowed because 1. They are not charging anyone to hear or see it (though Stewart's show used it in the context of a commercial broadcast) and 2. there is a very significant connection to the Suess work thanks to the President making the Seuss rhyme style an agency of delivering a message of societal significance. Political cartoons abound with Seuss allusions. This is exactly that. And the Fair Use Act allows for the creation and exhibition of this online book. Do know that this book, itself, however is copyrighted.

That's the chemistry of how copyright law, parody and satire operate together. Hope you have enjoyed it.

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Sunday, March 15, 2015


There is a brand-new Twitter post being circulated by Kristen Snow White who has for the better part of a year claimed I was Jack Cashill. Jack is a good writer and a solid conservative so why that should be an "attack" is beyond me, but if you have not already read Jack's story about TPFA and himself, you can read about it here.

In a true fit of, IMO, lunacy, Snow White is now claiming she spoke to Kathy and myself, that Kathy and claiming that Kathy and I are somehow, for some reason, deeply regretful about our actions (we remain extremely proud of our accomplishments and all Tea Party Fire Ants and affiliated groups and friends) and the statements Kristen Snow White is spreading in this post are ridiculously false. 

Here is Snow White's virtually entirely untrue new statement being circulated by her friends who are also IMO total paid leftist trolls. Screenshots used here via the Fair Use Act:

Needless to say, Kathy never spoke to Snow White much less agreed to a "open letter of apology" or anything else, claimed above. This IMO is clear defamation of Kathy's good name by saying Kathy used the tea party to advance herself, and more, and is amazing and even entertainly good timing, because just last week Kathy got great, good news - one of the most successful cyber-crime lawyers in the U.S. - a huge winner - has agreed to take her case (Kathy has an email which confirms it). Needless to say, that lawyer is likely to subpoena Kristen Snow White's phone records, Kathy will provide hers, and it will be clear that no conversation ever took place. IMO what Kristen has done is not only outrageous, but incomprehensibly irresponsible: Kathy does have law enforcement involved regarding her being harassed and threatened by trolls, she does have lawyers involved, and she is on very good terms with countless Congressional offices. Why anyone would continue to pick a fight with someone so esteemed for her achievements and so well-connected to the people who would matter in something like this is totally bewildering.

As for her statement about me agreeing to anything, I have never communicated to her and if I ever did it was many months ago on Twitter and in no other way. All this stuff about me agreeing to make an announcement or anything else is patently untrue. Period.

She and her pals have said I was Jack Cashill for over a year, and she makes mention of that year, so presumably they are sticking to their story while deciding to stop these kinds of attacks against Cashill, and if true, is the one smart thing in that post:

Anyway, that's that. This needed to be said. Thanks for your patience.

On a good note, I would like to take this opportunity to tell you to keep an eye on this blog, because we have something coming up very soon that every reader who is not a big fan of Obama is simply going to  love. I guarantee it. It's really fun! Stay tuned!