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Found another blog I like

Posted: May 24, 2009 in conservatives

Yep…check it out. I like it. He doesn’t lace his posts like I do at times (for which I truly should knock it off…but sometimes it’s pleasurable to have a good vent).


Another Obummer gaffe

Posted: May 22, 2009 in conservatives, liberals
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He can’t remember the name of his own Secretary of Defense????!!! Fooking retard.

And speaking of gaffe rich environments. Biden is in the ME. Should be good.

OK…to be fair I’m posting this. Big kerfluffle going on between the Retard in the WH and Dick Cheney. It’s a he said/he said kind of thing. A recent CNN poll shows more people are starting to view Cheney in a positive light. Take note GOPers…maybe fighting back against the onslaught of liberal nonsense instead of constantly reaching across the aisle is a good thing…ya think? Anyway Politico has a rundown of the statements being made by Cheney and DumbassinChief to see what passes the smell test. Never say I’m not fair.

I’m a bit ticked this am. I don’t agree with everything conservative/libertarian pundits say which I think is a hallmark of being conservative/libertarian. We don’t march in herds like the sheeple liberals. However I’m really taking exception to two things that some pundits are either trying to downplay or ignore. First is the Obummer BC issue. It could be solved so easily but it really appears that there’s something to hide. Many pundits have downplayed it and said we need to move on. I disagree. This is a fundamental requirement. If he is not eligible then not only has he lied on a horrendous scale but everyone that gave the issue a pass when it could have been decided early on should be raked over the coals.
Next are these tea party ideas. I see this am that Boortz is slamming them. While I would agree the sending of tea bags to a Congressman may seem silly on the surface because it won’t actually get to the Congressman, if it gums up the post office THAT would be a story, THAT would get attention.
Then there are all these rallies that so far aren’t getting much media attention. I think there were 2000 in Ohio over the weekend. We don’t need people saying it’s useless, we need to keep that going. We need marches, protests, sign wavers, and more. We need to get the attention of our elected officials much like liberals have been doing since the sixties. It’s why they are where they are. They’ve been getting their message out even when they were truly fringe groups but it grew. So I say don’t let these pundits get us down and make us stop. We should be talking around the office and gatherings to get our word out. It has to start somewhere. Let it start now.

Been outta town, going outta town again in a few days. Probably won’t have a decent connection either. Getting old sucks. Things ache that didn’t just a few years ago. I’m lucky my folks are still around but they are not doing well so off I go to help as much as I can. Wish me luck trying to convince them to move closer to us. I have a good shot in light of recent events but it’s a funny thing about the elderly–they can be real stubborn.
But that’s the way it is.
I actually envy them. They lived in a time where roles were more defined and America was still the land of opportunity. Now it’s become the land of grift. Politicians have figured out how to get people to vote them in and keep them in office. The scales have been tipped and the ignorant hordes have managed to elect a socialist to the highest office in the land. They are so stupid that they don’t even know how screwed they, actually all of us, are. This stimulus scam package is going to be the ruin of us all financially. That’s the worst part. I wouldn’t give a hoot in hell if it only affected the ignorant boobs who elected this clown. That’s not the way it is though. The class warfare, race warfare, and continued assault on those that have tried to work hard and make good decisions rolls on. I think I read somewhere last week where a pundit actually told someone in their 20’s who asked what he could do to survive in this country now that he should probably start looking for another country to live in. I couldn’t agree more and that’s actually what we’ve been doing. We’re not the only ones. You see people don’t want to live somewhere where they can’t see a reward for their hard work and sacrifice. That’s the main difference between those that view themselves as conservative and those that see themselves as libtards. It’s a difference between equality of opportunity and equality of outcome. I’m conservative (duh!). I see people going to schools, given the same books and having the opportunity—whether they take advantage of that or not is their business. How do you explain the fact that those of Asian heritage routinely excel academically whereas those of other heritages don’t do as well? The opportunity is there isn’t it? It’s a cultural thing. Libs demand equality of outcome. Everyone should have the same stuff, the same education, you know…the same. That’s one of the major flaws in liberal thinking. It puts the responsibility for success of the morons on the backs of those that try to do well. It takes from those that are working hard for it and gives it to those that are sitting on their collective asses. From the minority to the majority. Did any of these idiots ask themselves what would happen if the people that have worked hard, tried to save, and improved themselves through education just gave up? Jobs would dry up, investment would disappear. That’s what’s happening now. Poor people don’t create jobs unless it’s government jobs to administer welfare or other aid.
Anyway, where all this is going is back to my kinda sorta envy of my parents generation. Were there bad things that happened in their lifetime? You betcha. Segregation was a very ugly chapter. WW2, the Great Depression, Korea, Vietnam…gosh you name it. But it just seemed that overall people were more cohesive. They recognized and united against common enemies. How would the US have survived if people today lived during the run up to WW2 and Pearl Harbor? They were smart enough to realize that it didn’t matter what was going on behind the scenes, 12/7/41 was beyond the pale and had to be answered. None of this ridiculous hand-wringing and ‘why do they hate us’ nonsense. Sometimes things are pretty cut and dried and have to be dealt with accordingly. The Thug In Chief is not going to have an easier time with islamotards than Bush. For all his posturing and dialogue crap he’s going to learn the hard way (and how many innocent Americans are going to have to pay with their lives?) that these scum of the Earth don’t give a rat’s ass about dialogue. They have one goal in mind–a world dominated under the cult religion they call islam. So he’s just signed a trillion dollars of our lives away. That comes out to something like a $30,000 check each family has to write to the federal government. We as a nation are so far in debt and to whom? That’s scary to contemplate but not many are. Oh well, it’s a sad day for this country and unless there is a great awakening, I don’t see it getting any better.
Gosh, I thought Mr. Hopeychangitude was supposed to give us hope….and change.

OK…so I don’t exactly know how this will play out but let’s be real clear about something, IF Sen. Gregg (R) leaves the Senate AND the Democrat governor appoints a Democrat to take his place, THEN the balance will definitely tip over to the Dems. The wiggle room the governor has left himself is contained in this official statement:

“If President Obama does nominate Senator Gregg to serve as Commerce Secretary, I will name a replacement who will put the people of New Hampshire first and represent New Hampshire effectively in the U.S. Senate.”

Sen. Gregg is a moron if he takes this carrot Obummer is dangling. They guy is a boob on national security, but with power politics he learned his lessons well in Chicago.

Other than that it is the same ‘let’s put party politics aside’ BS from the Democrats. Shame they couldn’t put party politics aside since 9.11 in order to bring this country together against a common enemy.