Wednesday, December 31, 2008

The Valley Girl

What a dumbass. After all the liberal angst about the intellectual prowess of Bush and/or Sarah Palin, enter stage right their very own Caroline Kennedy. This 'ditz' sounds like a teenage valley girl on steroids....you know, you know, you know, you know, oh whatever. During the NY Times (dying liberal rag it is) interview, she failed to organize one single sentence that made sense.

Combine the juvenile babbling of Caroline with Joe (the Gaffe-O-Matic) Biden, this political season may become the most entertaining ever...you know, you know, you know.

I always thought Jackie O was a ditz, and it seems both her children inherited her intellectual acumen. During JFK's first term, a comedy record was produced by the title "The First Family". This album exploited Jackie's ditzyness as they mocked her then famous television tour of the White House.

Caroline and Joe, please keep us laughing in 2009.

Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas

I'd like to thank the RINOs for delivering the next four years of miserable liberal governance, godless federal judges, the invasion of illegal aliens, redefinition of marriage by homos, and the redistribution of wealth (killing capitalism for once and all). Thanks a lot.

America may have died in 2008. The end of time predicted by the Mayans (in 2012) sounds less preposterous than it did four years ago. I have absolutely little hope that the country can pull out of the death spiral its in. President Hussein, who is equally celebrated by our enemies, rose to power from obscurity like the anti-Christ, a rise to power that defies logic. Its was nothing short of supernatural. The only thing we have yet to discover is the mark of the beast. We have its number.

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Thoughts on Bailing

Bailouts almost insure Corporations and Unions operate with little fear of complete failure. Govt rescues are like a NET under the TRAPEZE. If therewas no NET, they'd be a damn bit more careful before swinging out into the wild blue yonder. I think that would be a good thing....no more "too big to fail" thinking. Perhaps if corporations were required to FULLY fund pension plans, then plans would realistically align with market forces.There needs to be more accountability of CEOs to stockholders. Something is broke when pay isn't aligned with performance. How in the h*ll the GE CEO(Imment) keeps his job is beyond me. Bottom line- there has to be a consequence to failure. A world with noconsequences is a mythical thing. Is this situation perhaps evidence of allthis 'self-esteem' crap put out in public schools over the last 30 years? Wedon't play competitive games on the playground, so everyone wins, everyone gets a trophy, blah blah blah.The best definition of self esteem I've ever heard is...."to not rely onothers for the burden of your own existence".

Friday, December 5, 2008

My favorite wit and Wisdom from the Military and Aviation Sources. Thanx Jinx

'If the enemy is in range, so are you.' - Infantry Journal
'It is generally inadvisable to eject directly over the area youjust bombed.' - U.S. Air Force Manual
'Tracers work both ways.' - U.S. Army Ordnance
'Five second fuses only last three seconds.' - Infantry Journal
'Any ship can be a minesweeper. Once.'
'Never tell the Platoon Sergeant you have nothing to do.' - UnknownMarine Recruit
'If you see a bomb technician running, keep up with him.' - USAFAmmo Troop &nb sp;
'You've never been lost until you've been lost at Mach 3.' - Paul F. Crickmore (test pilot)
'The only time you have too much fuel is when you're on fire.'
'If the wings are traveling faster than the fuselage, it's probablya helicopter -- and therefore, unsafe.'
'When one engine fails on a twin-engine airplane, you always have enough power left to get you to the scene of the crash.'
'Even with ammunition, the USAF is just another expensive flyingclub.'
'What is the similarity between air traffic controllers and pilots?If a pilot screws up, the pilot dies; If an air traffic controller screwsup, .... the pilot dies.'
'Never trade luck for skill.'
The three most common expressions (or famous last words), in aviation are:
1) 'Why is it doing that?' 2) 'Where are we?' And 3) 'Oh shit!'
'Airspeed, altitude, and brains. Two are always needed tosuccessfully complete the flight.' 'Mankind has a perfect record in aviation; we never left one upthere!'
'Flying the airplane is more important than radioing your plight toa person on the ground incapable of understanding or doing anything aboutit.'
'The Piper Cub is the safest airplane in the world; it can justbarely kill you.' - Attributed to Max Stanley (Northrop test pilot)
'There is no reason to fly through a thunderstorm in peacetime.' Sign over squadron ops desk at Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ, 1970
'If something hasn't broken on your helicopter, it's about to.'
'You know that your landing gear is up and locked when it takesfull power to taxi to the terminal.'

And the best one ever....

As the test pilot climbs out of the experimental aircraft, havingtorn off the wings and tail in the crash landing, the crash truck arrives;the rescuer sees a bloodied pilot and asks, 'What happened?' The pilot'sreply: 'I don't know, I just got here myself!' - Attributed to RayCrandell (Lockheed test pilot)

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

The Thanksgiving Parrot

A young man named John received a parrot as an early Christmas gift. The parrot had a bad attitude and an even worse vocabulary. Every word out ofthe bird's mouth was rude, obnoxious and laced with profanity. John tried and tried to change the bird's attitude by consistently saying only polite words, playing soft music and anything else he could think of to'clean up' the bird's vocabulary.Finally, John was fed up and he yelled at the parrot. The parrot yelled back. John shook the parrot and the parrot got angrier and even ruder.John, in desperation, threw up his hands, grabbed the bird and shoved him inthe freezer. For a few minutes the parrot squawked and kicked and screamed. Then suddenly there was total quiet. Not a peep was heard for over a minute. Fearing that he'd hurt the parrot, John quickly opened the door to thefreezer. The parrot calmly stepped out onto John's outstretched arms and said 'I believe I may have offended you with my rude language and actions.I'm sincerely remorseful for my inappropriate transgressions and I fully intend to do everything I can to correct my rude and unforgivable behavior.'John was stunned at the change in the bird's attitude. As he was about to ask the parrot what had made such a dramatic change in his behavior, the bird continued.... ........"May I inquire as to what the turkey did?'

Happy Thanksgiving

We are, and were, a Christian nation.

Hitler's Family Jewels

In the face of a two war front, a global economy on the verge of collapse, that a report from a former German medic (recently deceased) that Der F├╝hrer only had one ball somehow made national news.

I had just commented on symptoms of a civilization that was on the decline....your honor, I rest my case.

For those who are ex-mil, remember this little ditty..

Why was he born so beautiful,
Why was he born at all.
He's no damn use to anyone,
He's only got one ball.
Him, Him, huck him.

OMG, its contagious.

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Men in Earrings

No one symbol of a major change in our culture in my mind than men in earrings. Reminds me of the Monte Python film, "Men in Tights".

Could this signal the downfall of western civilization, the feminization of men?

On a business trip, had a big Texan traveling with me once warn a young earring wearing feller not "to wear that damn earring in Texas". He ask why, and my Texas friend said, "we foak anything wearing earrings in Texas". Sometimes you just got to hit'em with a two-by-four, so they 'get it'. I don't think these boys know how sissy they appear to non-feminized men. As Jerry Seinfeld was referred to in one episode when he started carrying a purse, a 'fancy boy'.

To fellow men who wear them....your really not all that cute. Unless of course, you come to Texas.

You know what the three biggests lies in Texas are?

1. My great great grandaddy fought at the Alamo.
2. I won that beltbuckle at a rodeo.
3. I was just helping that sheep over the fence.

Fireball XL5

This was a program poor Wilber was tuned into on Saturday morning in 1964.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Modern Day Paul Revere Warns of the Radical Islamic Takeover of America

By Thomas More Law Center

Thursday, November 20, 2008

ANN ARBOR, MI – Brigitte Gabriel, one of the leading terrorism experts in the world and renowned New York Times bestselling author, warned of the successful cultural Jihad being waged against America by cells of radical Islamic terrorists already in the country. She characterized many of America’s leading universities as “occupied territory, ” having been infiltrated by anti-American, anti-Israel professors that dominate Middle East Studies departments funded by Saudi millions.

Her warning was made at the Thomas More Law Center’s annual Fall Event this past Tuesday evening in Birmingham, Michigan.

She spoke for over an hour warning those gathered of the threat radical Islam poses to our Nation, not just by catastrophic events like 9/11, but by the Saudi money being used to undermine our country’s Christian heritage.

Richard Thompson, President and Chief Counsel of the Thomas More Law Center who introduced Brigitte Gabriel to the audience, commented, “Brigitte is a modern-day Paul Revere, a courageous Christian women who knows firsthand the atrocities perpetrated upon Christians once radical Islam gains dominance in a country. As a young child of ten in Lebanon, she witnessed Muslim militants destroy her home. She was forced her to live with her parents in an 8’x 10’ bomb shelter for seven years. She experienced Muslim neighbors, friendly to her just a week before the attack, join forces with the Islamic militants.”

Ms. Gabriel implored the audience to financially support the Thomas More Law Center because the Law Center was the first public interest law firm, and remains the most aggressive public interest law firm, fighting the insidious threat of radical Islam in America. The audience gave her standing ovations several times during her speech.

Ms. Gabriel is the founder of ACT! for America, a non-profit organization dedicated to educating millions of uninformed citizens about the threat of radical Islam to world peace and national security. She is the author of the New York Times bestseller BECAUSE THEY HATE: A Survivor of Islamic Terror Warns America. Her new book, THEY MUST BE STOPPED: Why We Must Defeat Radical Islam and How We Can Do It, was released in September of this year and became a New York Times Bestseller just 4 days after its release.

Brigitte Gabriel is a member of the Board of Advisors of the Intelligence Summit and lectures nationally and internationally on terrorism and current affairs. Her expertise is sought by world and business leaders around the globe. She has addressed Australian Prime Minister John Howard, members of the British Parliament/House of Commons, members of the United States Congress, the Joint Forces Staff College, the US Special Operations Command, the FBI, and many others. In addition, Gabriel is a regular guest analyst on Fox News Channel, CNN, MSNBC, ABC, and various radio stations daily across America.

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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Closing Gitmo & Other Insanity

The ACLU will finally have their way, moving terrorists out of Gitmo and try them in US Courts with full Constitutional rights and taxpayer funded lawyers..

This was apparently both the goal of the Democrat and Republican nominees for President.
Another reason McCain lost, by the way.

I guess we'll eventually find them innocent on a technicality, i.e. to prevent revealing National Security secrets, then turn them loose in the USA, and hopefully they'll settle in San Francisco with the rest of the misfit toys. Isn't America great. Take up arms against our country, kill Americans, and get US residency, maybe even a Government job, loan..maybe even an apology in the form of a civil settlement. The Mexican drug dealer our agents righteously shot in the ass got about 5 Mil, no telling what liberal courts and scum sucking lawyers will get out of this deal.

Perhaps they can even get a chair at the University where Bill Ayers teaches in Chicago.

This just in.... Janet Reno's sidekick is the new Attorney General. I've got to stop, my fun meter is pegging out. Eric Holder, was intimately involved in the Mark Rich pardon, so Clinton could get his library financed by the rich Richs.

Obama's New Secretary of State.

Ya know, I am really taken back by this talk of Hillary Clinton becoming Obama's Sec. of State. I had this insane idea that Obama might just get the Gaffemeister (Joe Biden) to step down before 2012, and he would ask the Senior Senator from NY to join the ticket for the second run at the White House. I just had this suspicion that this may have been part of the deal all along. After all, Biden almost apologized for being the nominee earlier.

If Hillary leaves now, old Rudy Giuliani might have a shot at the seat when it comes up for reelection. Not sure the Dems have another star in the wings.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Judicial Tyranny

It seems to me, that the United States has demonstrated it is increasingly divided over the roll of religion in society. As our country becomes more 'diverse', religions from many parts of the world have taken root here. The Christian faith, from the secularists point of view, gets lumped in with the rest. By lumping Christianity with other religions, secular humanists have been more successful in dismissing Christianity as another superstition. This view has also allowed revisionist historians to exclude the Christian heritage of America, and introduce secular humanist morality (sometimes assisted by liberal mainstream Christian Churches). Here are a couple of examples.

Hate crime legislation. Nothing more chilling to freedom of speech. A person can now be put in prison for thoughts and speech, or sued in a civil court, if the secular humanists decide its hateful. In Canada, these vehicles are being used to chill Churches from speaking out against the homosexual movement. Punishing hate speech is dangerous, as it allows whoever is in control of the central government to decide what speech is allowed or not allowed by declaring it hate.

Supreme Court Rulings: Separation of Church and State--the Everson decision of1947. This ruling, having the effect of bench legislation, has been used to silence Christians in the public square. Ironically, it seems to be used by courts to attack Christianity in particular, as it overlooks public displays of other faiths as wonderful demonstrations of our great diversity. We all know that the Constitution of the United States NEVER advocated the separation of church and state, and only prevented the National Government from ESTABLISHING a State religion. It seems the interpretation of the 1st Amendment has gone as far to imply a Bible sitting on a teachers desk as a violation of the establishment clause. Government, however, has gotten involved in establishing the new religion of Secular Humanism. This one ruling has done more damage to our culture and way of life in ways that would be difficult to measure.

A call to action is to work to insure the Everson decision is overturned. That should be the mission of every Christian in America. Once this outrage is remedied, rules on hate speech, local control of schools, and abortion on demand will collapse with it.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Participation Required

OK Conservatives,

Let's sit on our collective arses while liberals educate our children, run our school boards, sit on city councils, run our county boards, while we fish, hunt, golf, and watch football. Get this and synthesize it well.... until it becomes an annoying relapse of conscious....ready....here it comes.... GET OFF THE DAMN COUCH !!!!

Attend RNC meetings, speak out in city councils, run for local office, write letters to the editor, attend demonstrations, write and call your elected representatives...become an activist. For the sake of the country....do something, and stop standing around like assclowns waiting for someone else to act. As Barak Hussein said, our new socialist President, "we are who we've been waiting for".

Our founding fathers pledged their lives and sacred honor to build this nation, while we conservatives seem to be perfectly content to watch liberals, radicals, and socialists destroy it. The question I have for all of us is....when is enough...enough? We are all guilty, and I'm ashamed of myself, and all you who have stood by and let America take this nasty turn to the left should be as well. Get busy. We have a lot of work to do.

Democracy requires....NO DEMANDS...our participation. Pledge your lives, your sacred honor to this cause. This is not a game, its our country.

Here again is a little number dedicated to Sarah Palin

It's going to take a women to clean up this mess

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Can't Beat Democrats by Becoming One

If we don't get the faux conservatives out of the GOP decision making business, the GOP is screwed.
No one is more disappointed in George Bush than me. He sold himself as a "compassionate conservative" but that apparently meant that he was a moderate Republican. He barely beat John Kerry in 2004. If not for swift boat veterans exposing the lie of the John Kerry war hero narrative, Bush would have sorely failed.
George Bush, nor his father, are conservatives. They held a few socially conservative positions, but were not small government fiscal conservatives by any stretch of the imagination.
Now the GOP Rockefeller Republicans (Bushies) are totally delusional, blaming Sarah Palin for bringing down the ticket. Lets review:

1. Before Sarah Palin, money was not flowing in to the GOP, nor did John McCain generate enough volunteers to even man his campaign offices. After the Palin pick, money and volunteers flowed into the campaign, and McCain's poll numbers began to rise dramatically.

2. It was John McCain, who blew his growing lead after the Palin pick, suspending his campaign to march to Washington to help push through a highly unpopular 850 billion dollar bailout abortion. He once again welded himself to George Bush, and THAT represented the final misstep amplifying his earlier faux pas, when he stated that the economic fundementals were 'sound' (during the biggest 401K meltdown in history). That statement was as politically retarded as Cheneys public endorsement of John McCain. McCain's only response to the economy was Joe the Plumber, while Obama rolled out an array of respected economic advisors he was consulting to address the problem. It was John McCain that showed up to a economic gun fight with a squirt gun. Don't get me wrong, I like Joe, but McCain should have had his own economic plan and strategy.

3. It was John McCain that did not attack Obamas energy plan, holding back because of his own cap and trade global warming nonsense, while Sarah could only nibble around the edges (due to McCain campaign restraints). Energy policy drives the economy, and McCain's global warming views made any attacks on Obamas no drilling and no coal, no nuclear almost moot. The McCain opposition research on this issue was asleep at the switch.

4. It was also John McCain, who refused to introduce attacks directed at the Democrat party in general, against the Franks and Dodds, whose resistance to reforming Fannie and Freddie were low hanging fruit for GOP attacks.

5. It was John McCain who refused to attack the true character of Barack Obama, calling him a patriot, despite his nefarious associations with Rev. Wright, Ayers, Pflagar, Farakhan, and socialist groups.

6. It was John McCain who would not attack Obama on gay marriage and his fanatical support of abortion on demand. This was a 70% issue, and he left it on the table.

7. It was John McCain that didn't even bring up illegal immigration and border security, another 80% issue left on the table. Obama wants to issue driver licenses to illegals, and to leave that alone, is one in many examples of how foolishly McCain has run this campaign.

No more RINOs or loser moderates like "Tom Ridge". Those who think Tom Ridge could have out Democrated the Democrats and helped John McCain win are delusional. You need help, my friends, serious help. You can't beat Democrats by becoming one.

HOW OBAMA CHANGED PENNSYLVANIAN RACISTS and REDNECKS.

Murtha the "porkmeister" wins again...just like his KLAN buddy Senator BYRD...if you can't beat, buy em.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

The Positive Spin

The bums have been thrown out. Hussein has little time to pull this together. His Herbert Hoover plan to raise taxes in a recession may be a problem. The DOW is crashing on the very thought, as every Walmart shopper braces for the worse Christmas season in decades. Can we depend on this liberal pretending to be moderate to do what he says with capital gains, income taxes, and cap and trade (sending gas and utility bills through the roof)? You betcha!. They'll be burning effigies of Hussein even in Pennsylvania.

On the positive side, we are witnessing GOP RINOs abandoning ship. Good riddance. Don't let the door hit you in the ass. Non-conservatives needn't apply. Sarah Palin, you are our future.

I don't know what to make of Pennsylvanians re-electing Murtha. I guess you call your constituents racists and rednecks, and they vote for you in droves. I guess they weren't really racists, but imbeciles instead.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Polling

Why don't we do away with elections, and let the main stream media and polling companies decide who is President.

Nothing has been more toxic to our free elections than the steady cadence of polling. It drives millions and millions of spending on commercials. Pollsters then track like stock brokers minor trends or shifts in the "market" constantly measuring, evaluating, and pontificating on what all of it means. I'm sick of it frankly. Now, we also have this 'American Idol' mentality, where candidates must be rock stars as well. Never mind if they're qualified to carry the nuclear football, but rather are they good looking, do they use clever soundbites, etc. The media drives this, as qualifications are not intellectual, but emotional based on that candidates presentation and media savvy.

We are potentially about to elect the most inexperienced individual to the Presidency in our history. He looks and sounds good, but with a resume so shallow we don't know if can lead. We live in dangerous times, and I'm afraid its going to get more dangerous given the choice the American people are considering making.

The political divisions in the United States will become sharper, and I don't see any relief in site.

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Michelle and Barack Obama INSULT America

This is your President and first Lady. God help us.

Dear Mr. Obama: An Iraq Vets Message to Barack

S.O.S

How depressing these time are.

In 1991, as a former cold warrior, I never thought I would see the fall of the Berlin Wall in my lifetime. I was so shocked at how quickly the Soviet Union collapsed. It seemed it happened all at once to most Americans, because the government owned Soviet media (Pravda) was a closed network that never reported the truth. You know, sorta like the U.S. media today.

I am shocked, again, that I may be witnessing the downfall of the United States by a socialist regime. A government that thinks wealth belongs to the Government, and not the people who developed it.

I cannot quite get my head around the idea that we are about to turn the nuclear football over to an inexperienced junior Senator, with radical ties to some of the worst people ever produced by America, and socialist ideals of redistributing wealth.

America is in great peril. The time for prayer is NOW. Let us prayer God will spare us from this fate, and restore our Nation.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Sunday, September 28, 2008

America will see the light...God help us

The country will come to its sense before the election. No way, with all thats going on in the world, can the country be handed over to a community organizer. McCain was a little soft on Obama, and McCain needs to press him for specifics he doesn't have. Im so tired of listening to Husseins empty platitudes that go unchallenged by the press. For example, he says he's for nuclear power, but not storing the waste....what stupidity...thats like saying I'm for ice cream, but don't want to pollute the country with a dairy operation. All of Obamas arguments run you around an exhaustive circle...when you get back to where you started, nothing gets done.Once the country realizes what is at stake, they will see the reform ticket of McCain and Palin the sensible choice in troubled and dangerous times.

Saturday, July 12, 2008

The Brilliant Obama

We will see how articulate and sharp Obama truly is if we can ever pull him out from behind a teleprompter. His liberal Harvard law professor calling him brilliant, probably because he was soaking and parroting the liberal maxims that this so-called professor was spewing. Give me a break.

Obama, when speaking off the cuff, indicates that he also believes that he’s more intelligent than the rest of us, that he has brilliant arguments to establish world peace, that by constraining energy supplies we can make our economy grow, that we feebly cling to our religion and guns, that American’s are far behind Europeans because we don’t speak French.

Funny, the America I know has developed break through technologies, medicine, products, engineering, and I don’t recall any other country in the world managing to land on the moon recently (although Americans did it almost 40 years ago). And guess what, we didn’t need to speak French to do any of those things.

In my opinion, if not for America, the world would be a cesspool. God bless America. Obama thinks like a liberal. Americans are buffoonish braggarts, who need to be taken down a notch. He will be the President to do that without doubt. I still waiting to hear his brilliant arguments and plans

Sunday, July 6, 2008

McCain going 'Center' on Wrong Issues

McCain is going to the 'center' on the wrong issues. Reneging on bordersecurity first, and focusing on immigration reform is a loser. Touting free trade versus fair trade is a loser. The blue collar folks are watching their jobs exported overseas, while immigrant replacement workers pour in with H1B visas, and as illegal immigrant workers further suppress their wages. McCain better wake up.

Even the Obamanator is finding room to McCain's'right' to run issues at our RINO nominee. That is exactly what Bill Clinton did to George H. Bush and Bob Doyle, and smoked their a$$es likecheap cigars. Before long, Obama's going to have a drilling proposal that's better than McCain's (as John will still be babbling about how he won't drill in the Grand Canyon). Where are the pros, and why does the GOP always have a collection of idiots that can't ever seem to connect the dots?

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Back To 1978...

Obama will be the time machine that takes us back to 1978. Gas lines and out of gas signs on stations throughout the country.

Democrat falacies include, but are not limited to the following:

Democrat theory 1. There is no disparity between oil demand and supply, and speculators and evil oil companies are driving the prices up.

Every great lie is embedded with a little truth. Speculation does drive prices up, but it drives them down as well. Our issues our complex, too much spending (by Democrats and RINOs) devaluing the dollar...but the elephant in the living room is that world demand is exceeding current production levels. Thats what is driving the speculation up and up. With no anticipated increases to that production now or in the future, oil will climb higher and higher. Enter stage right, the Democrats, who will open up supply by taxing oil companies to buy votes by redistributing money to lower income to buy gas. But doesn't that raise demand, just what they say they don't want to do? How does that increase supply? With Democrat sponsored new taxes on oil, oil companies will reacte by moving their operations offshore and continue to sell their product to the growing global market. This will drive prices far above the point to where any confiscation of oil company profits to distribute to the poor will help at all. I'm afraid the Democrats, short of nationalizing oil companies as the Socialist dictator Hugo Chavez recently did, can't put the global genie back in the bottle. This is where the Democrat party is moving, replacing free enterprise with Government run energy companies, healthcare, and housing.

Democrat theory 2. Higher gas prices will reduce demand and accelerate adaption to alternative energy.
Although this theory runs directly counter to the Hussein plan to redistribute money to buy gas, then its obviously an attempt to buy votes because even Democrats can't be that stupid (although many of their supporters are). The idea that the poor will buy green energy rather than oil is a pipe dream....even ALGORE's carbon footprint is 20 times the average American just heating and cooling his 20,000 mansion ….and fueling up the private jet he sports around in...yes...even though he nailed a few solar panels on his roof, it wasn't enough. Alternate energy is expensive and inefficient compared to oil, but I guess the poor will have to suck it up for the sake of environmental extremism. Yeah Democrats. This is why Democrats support public schools, as they continue to roll out people who cannot read, write, or think.

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Friday, June 27, 2008

Narrowly Missing a Civil War

How can 4 Supreme Court Justices redefine the 2nd Amendment?

We are all much relieved that the SCOTUS overturned the DC handgun ban. However, we were one vote from the court rewriting our Constitution based on their own opinion.

Dumb ass unelected judges have reached out of their box, and have taken over the role of legislators. This is a dangerous trend that will not leave democratic solutions as options, but armed revolution.

Judges would do well to examine there role in our Government and decide to use restraint rather than activism, to give democracy a chance to resolve the issues of the day.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

What Kind of Leader do We Want?

The America I grew up in no longer exists. I think it started to fall apart in the early 60's, about when I was in the third grade. That was the last time I stood for the Lord's prayer at the beginning of class. The pillars of morality began to collapse there, for me, and that implosion hasn't stopped for the last 40 years. Beatniks, then Hippies, led us into a strange world whose vision was based on anarchy. Like John Lennon's "Imagine", the goal of no country and no religions all coming together to create a society of free loving peaceniks living free of war, ambition, and greed.

I've been around, and will never believe in the altruism of man. That is the foundation of atheism, that man is naturally good and should be his own God. Secular Humanists have busily been building their own tower of Babel while failing to recognize their own nature in a fallen world. Each man, regardless of motives, is stuck with his own demons which holds the potential of unleashing oppression on those who stand in their way. Make no mistake, good men are far and few between who lack the guidance of Almighty God.

As Proverbs proclaims, a fool declares there is no God. Whom shall we be lead by? Do you trust the judgement of man, or prefer to be led by men under the judgement of God? Consider the consequences of future elections.

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Thanks for the Memories Porter

Mother Country

Marriage is NOT a Right

Marriage is NOT a right. The state can legally stop issuing marriage licenses altogether. The notion that marriage is a constitution right is silly at best, and dangerous at worst (if courts rather than legislatures decide the issue).
The state legislature (we the people) decide what licenses our state issues. The judiciary has overstepped its bounds once again. Thugs in black robes are ill advised to overrule the will of 'we the people'. Activitist judges are making a mockery of our form of government, and they need to be made to answer (impeached or removed). This cannot be tolerated, whether we agree or disagree with the ruling. Courts CANNOT become legislatures by legal fiat. What they are doing in California is a power grab and unconstitutional. The Courts domain is to determine if an existing law applies to a case or does not. It is not their job to determine lack, and then fulfill the law by rule. That’s what elected legislators do on our behalf. We live in a democracy, not under the thumb of unelected dictators of public policy.
Gays are turning this into a civil rights issue. Its clearly not. Gayness is an identity, not a race or gender. Gays can get licenses to marry members of the opposite sex with no prejudice. If Gay marriage is wanted, then Gays should pursue through their elected representatives. Winning this decision may have been one step forward, but there will be two steps back as the backlash kicks in. Real Americans will not be ruled this way.
States issue marriage licenses to protect children, and promote the raising of the next generation. Marriage is a necessary institution to birth, nurture, and educate that generation. This is critical to the survival of the state. Licensed marriage has no other purpose for the state. Same sex marriages are not equal in this respect. Single parenting or adoptions are not entitlements to marriage licenses. The state sets the conditions for marriage, and it choose wisely to promote heterosexual marriage to successfully raise up the next generation of tax paying citizens.
Homosexual marriage has no benefit to the state. In fact, homosexual sex is generally unhealthy and spreads disease and injury throughout the society. Despite denials, STDs run rampant between homosexual and bisexual communities. It is not in any states interest to promote any sexual proclivity by license whether its homosexuality, bisexuality, polygamy, pedophilia, or fathers marrying daughters, mothers marrying sons, or brothers marrying sisters. Marriage is designed to protect the children of heterosexual unions. That’s it.

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

School Harrasses Six Grader Over Pro Life Shirt..Thomas More to the Rescue!

School Harasses Minnesota Sixth Grader Wearing Pro-Life T-shirts; Thomas More Law Center Files Federal Lawsuit
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
ANN ARBOR, MI — The Thomas More Law Center, a national public-interest law firm, based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, announced today that it has filed a federal lawsuit defending the Constitutional rights of a sixth grader to wear t-shirts to school that express his pro-life beliefs. The lawsuit was filed in the U. S. District Court for the District of Minnesota against the Hutchinson Middle School located in Hutchinson, Minnesota. The sixth grader, referred to in the lawsuit as “K. B.” because of his age, is a Christian who believes that abortion is the wrongful taking of an innocent life and a grave offense to the Law of God.
School officials, including the principal and several teachers, on over a dozen occasions during April 2008, told “K. B.” not to wear the t-shirts, publicly singled him out for ridicule in front of his classmates, removed him from class, sent him to the principal’s office, forced him to turn his pro-life t-shirt inside out, and threatened him with suspension if he did not stop wearing the offending pro-life t-shirts.
During the period in question, “K. B.” wore three different t-shirts, all produced by the American Life League, a national Pro-Life advocacy group. The t-shirts contained such pro-life messages as, “Abortion… growing, growing, gone, ” “What part of abortion don’t you understand?” and, “Never Known – Not Forgotten.”
Richard Thompson, President and Chief Counsel of the Law Center, commented, “This courageous young Christian was ridiculed and threatened by teachers for expressing his deeply held beliefs. These school officials clearly violated the U. S. Constitution and the school’s own written Dress Policy which specifically states it is not intended to abridge the rights of students to express political or religious messages.”
The Thomas More Law Center is being assisted by Minnesota attorney Paul Taylor, an affiliated attorney with the Law Center.
Brandon Bolling, the Law Center attorney assigned as lead counsel stated, “The Supreme Court has held it permissible for public schools to limit student speech only when there is an actual and substantial disruption of school activity. That is not the case here. The only people who took issue with the Pro-Life t-shirts were the school’s employees — in fact, if any one caused any disruption, it was the school’s employees, by their constant public harassment of our client because they disagreed with his pro-life message.”
The Thomas More Law Center defends and promotes the religious freedom of Christians, time-honored family values, and the sanctity of human life through education, litigation, and related activities. It does not charge for its services. The Law Center is supported by contributions from individuals, corporations and foundations, and is recognized by the IRS as a section 501(c)(3) organization. You may reach the Thomas More Law Center at (734) 827-2001 or visit our website at http://www.thomasmore.org/.

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Sunday, June 1, 2008

Obama Quits Trinity

Foxnews.com

Obama said he was deeply disappointed by the remarks and Pfleger apologized, but Clinton’s campaign still demanded Obama specifically reject the latest remarks.
By dropping his 20-year membership, Obama is taking the most definitive stand to date against the church.
He suggested that the Pfleger backlash was the deciding factor for him.
“It’s clear that now that I’m a candidate for president, every time something is said in the church by anyone associated with Trinity, including guest pastors, the remarks will be imputed to me, even if they totally conflict with my long-held views, statements and principles,” he said, praising the congregation and church leaders for their work in the Chicago community.
“It’s not fair to the other members of the church who seek to worship in peace, so our faith remains strong and I suspect we will find another church home for our family.”

That's Obama's response???? He is sorry for the trouble his candidacy has had on the Trinity Church??? Huh???

What about the hateful rhetoric? What about his judgement of belonging to a "church" for the last 20 years that seems to be very comfortable spewing the worst kind of anti-American garbage I think I've ever heard? That's called 'worship'? The worship service at Trinity sounds more like a rally at a Blank Panther's convention. Whats next, "kill Whitey" shouted to the heavens?

My fellow Americans, we cannot risk allowing this dangerous man to run our country. As much as I despise John McAmnesty, Osama Obama would not just be a liberal President, but would be a President that supports policies that America's enemies endorse themselves. What has America become, that a candidate endorsed by Hamas would receive the nomination of a major political party in the United States? This will force me to vote for another GOP RINO against my will. What are the choices now? We can't just let it go and wait for 2012.

Beam me up Scottie!

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Hillary, this ones for you sweetie.

Love Barrack.

Tonights Feature

Squeal like a pig, boy! The gay agenda and other such perversions.

ExxonMobile Rejects the Gay Agenda

FOXBusiness

While Rockefeller family’s attempt to get oil giant ExxonMobil to focus more on climate change got more publicity, there was another resolution that went before shareholders today as well--gay and lesbian rights.
ExxonMobil (XOM: 90.43, +0.63, +0.70%) shareholders voted down a resolution to add “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” to Exxon’s non-discrimination statement on Wednesday. Approximately 40% of Exxon’s outstanding shares voted in favor of the clause, but it was not enough to send the issue to the oil company’s board of directors.

Well, three cheers for Exxon. At least the shareholders haven't yet swallowed ethe koolaide of the homosexual agenda. We can at least congratulate them for opening a new front in the culture war despite high gas prices.

Friday, May 23, 2008

More Thoughts on Gay Marriage

The 'gay identity' gives homosexuals release from the anxiety of not fitting in within sexual norms.Gay sex by practice is unhealthy, and should never be encouraged by any state in the form of marriage licenses. This is folly, and makes no sense.Why anyone is gay can be attributed to complex developmental factors, and to some degree, physiological factors that may make them more predisposed. There is NO gay gene. The manifestations are complex, as no one person with this proclivity is homosexual for the same reason. You can observe the range of manifestations parading down the street during a gay pride celebration.The gay agenda wants us to believe that once gay, always gay. In the same sense that once an alcoholic, always an alcoholic may have some truth. Alcoholism is likewise attributed to predisposed physiological and developmental/environmental factors. The crime to homosexuals is the establishment of a permanent 'gay identity’. Homosexuals who might want to pursue treatment have no options. It’s a hopeless situation for those who want try to understand , treat, and potentially manage their proclivity. However, having a sexual preference does not entitle anyone to marriage rights in our society. Certainly the courts do not have the authority, and only the legislature (we the people) can and should decide.It is appropriate that heterosexual marriage, as the institutional cradle to nurture and raise the next generation, be fully encouraged, endorsed, and given preference by the state for its own survival. There is no compelling interest for the state to license or endorse homosexuality.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

The Mother of all Dilemmas

With the polls trending away from McCain, evidenced by a recent Zogby poll indicating that Obama has an 8 point lead, it may be the GOP is overestimating the effect the Rev Wright Pastergate episode had on public opinion. McCain seems to be making no headway in pulling the GOP base together, which is not making his prospects brighter as time goes on. McCain had his head handed to him recently when, in typical maverick fashion, he criticised the NC GOP for the Rev Wright ad they were running against Democratic opponents running in the State gubernatorial race. The maverick thought the ad was not 'representative' of the kind of campaign he wanted to run. Unfortunately, the ads had nothing to do with him or his campaign. The NC GOP told McCain to go pound sand. McCain's lack of appeal to conservatives may cause the base to abandon the GOP ticket entirely for unlikely allies in the Libertarian Party, or even to write in their own choices.

As a conservative, one VP choice that won't help him with conservatives is Florida Governor Charlie Crist. Crist is a first class RINO, who supported legislation to provide voting rights for release felons, and is on board with the man made global warming hoax.

These two, McCain and Crist, would further divide the GOP from its base, and I hope the Maverick has more sense than to choose Crist as VP. He may feel beholden to him for his well timed endorsement in the Florida primary, but this will not balance the ticket where it needs help.

No conservative is looking eagerly to vote for this ticket, and may go with the nuclear option and not support it at all, which will have the consequence of putting an ill prepared President in office on the whimsical hope that a true conservative will emerge in 2012. I sympathize with that point of view, but going through another 'Jimmy Carter' administration is too painful to imagine. This election is the mother of all dilemmas for Conservatives.


Tuesday, May 20, 2008

We were Democrats once...

I really miss the Democrat Party, before it became such a mess. I actually voted for Jimmy Carter...my first Presidential election. I didn’t know any better. Jimmy looked harmless enough, a Southern religious man, or so I thought. My congressman was none other than Albert Gore. Young and full of hope, the idealism of the party was intoxicating. Al Gore, at that time, was a pro-life blue dog, a Vietnam War veteran, a young man who seemed to possess the values of our region and culture. I met Al Gore several times when he would periodically appear at the Court House for community meetings, and he graciously helped me out a few times . Then, it happened.

Going back to my first mistake….Jimmy Carter. The country was furious at Gerald Ford for the Nixon pardon, at least that was the main thing I heard in my little circle. The Republicans were corrupt, and we needed a change. Sound familiar?


Well folks, we got change. Double digit inflation, double digit interest rates, double digit unemployment, high gas prices, long gas lines, and a major foreign policy disaster in Iran. Then I changed, and joined the Reagan revolution. The Gipper was remarkable communicator, who talked of a shining city on a hill, of small government, and the power of the individual. He confronted evil, and called it as he saw it. I was so taken with this leader; I joined the military to do my small part of fulfilling his vision for this country.

Then, it happened again. Enter stage right, the resurgence of Rockefeller Republicanism with the election of George H. Bush. I voted for him, hoping for the best, but it was a lesser of two evils choice. Then Bob Doyle came along, and I was presented again with an uninspiring lesser of two evils choice. George W. Bush, what can I say? John McCain, I could weep. As for Al Gore, he's not a well man, completely unhinged, wide eyed, and truely frightening to see how the demon that crawed inside his head has ravaged the poor boy. Now where do I go?

As I recall Davy Crockette, in a similar situation, said, "You all may go to hell, I'm going to Texas".

My old country church - Hee Haw Gospel Quartet

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Monday, May 19, 2008

Judicial Activism Runs Amuck in Collyfornia...Again.

Justice Baxter's Dissent
May 15, 2008
It's worth the read:
Only one other American state recognizes the right the majority announces today. So far, Congress, and virtually every court to consider the issue, has rejected it. Nothing in our Constitution, express or implicit, compels the majority’s startling conclusion that the age-old understanding of marriage —an understanding recently confirmed by an initiative law — is no longer valid. California statutes already recognize same-sex unions and grant them all the substantive legal rights this state can bestow. If there is to be a further sea change in the social and legal understanding of marriage itself, that evolution should occur by similar democratic means. The majority forecloses this ordinary democratic process, and, in doing so, oversteps its authority....But a bare majority of this court, not satisfied with the pace of democratic change, now abruptly forestalls that process and substitutes, by judicial fiat, its own social policy views for those expressed by the People themselves.Undeterred by the strong weight of state and federal law and authority, the majority invents a new constitutional right, immune from the ordinary process of legislative consideration. The majority finds that our Constitution suddenly demands no less than a permanent redefinition of marriage, regardless of the popular will....I cannot join this exercise in legal jujitsu, by which the Legislature’s own weight is used against it to create a constitutional right from whole cloth, defeat the People’s will, and invalidate a statute otherwise immune from legislative interference. Though the majority insists otherwise, its pronouncement seriously oversteps the judicial power. The majority purports to apply certain fundamentalprovisions of the state Constitution, but it runs afoul of another just as fundamental— article III, section 3, the separation of powers clause. This clause declares that “[t]he powers of state government are legislative, executive, and judicial,” and that“[p]ersons charged with the exercise of one power may not exercise either of the others” except as the Constitution itself specifically provides. (Italics added.)
History confirms the importance of the judiciary’s constitutional role as a check against majoritarian abuse. Still, courts must use caution when exercising the potentially transformative authority to articulate constitutional rights. Otherwise, judges with limited accountability risk infringing upon our society’s most basic shared premise — the People’s general right, directly or through their chosen legislators, to decide fundamental issues of public policy for themselves.
Judicial restraint is particularly appropriate where, as here, the claimed constitutional entitlement is of recent conception and challenges the most fundamental assumption about a basic social institution.
The majority has violated these principles. It simply does not have the right to erase, then recast, the age-old definition of marriage, as virtually all societies have understood it, in order to satisfy its own contemporary notions of equality and justice.

What is the point of ledgislatures, if unelected thugs in black robes are going to decide what the law should be? At that point, "we the people" no longer run the Government. The Collyfornia Supreme Court has crossed the line. We must decide whether tyrants will rule over us, or whether we will restore our Democratic Republic . Join the fight by joining the Thomas Moore Law Center. Become a card carrying member of the anti-ACLU.

Lay off my wife, please.

by FOXNews.com

WASHINGTON — Barack Obama, crying foul over a video made by the Tennessee Republican Party last week, said Monday that his critics should “lay off my wife.”

In the four-minute video produced by the state GOP and now available on YouTube, Michelle Obama is shown delivering a speech in February during which she said: “For the first time in my adult lifetime, I am really proud of my country.” The ad then features Nashville voters saying why they are proud of their country.

Asked about the video Monday, Obama told ABC’s “Good Morning America” that it is “low class.” The front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination warned that the Tennessee GOP “should be careful” and said he finds it “unacceptable” for them to use his wife in a video.

Well, should we...back off ? Can Michelle Obama unload on the opposition during campaign speeches, and not expect a little blow back? I think not. If the Senator wants his good wife out of the line of fire, his campaign shouldn't put her there in the first place. This is a Presidential race, not a garden party.

Little Belle

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yellow ribbon mule...NELLIE!!!!!
NELLIE!!!!......dammit!!!!