Sarah Palin – Not Guilty

10 01 2011

I don’t need to tell you I’m a Sarah Palin fan, my readers know it, but I will elaborate momentarily for others… She is just like me, and I have no qualms whatsoever about saying that. Some of her endearing qualities, for me, is her straight-talking way of speaking, her positive spin on life, her love of life, and her rock-solid belief in God, family, and country.

So if you think I’m going to come to her defense over the stupid and mean-spirited attacks on her over some nut-job murderer in Arizona, all I have to say is… DAMN RIGHT!

For all you disgusting soul-less pieces of left-thinking trash, trying to blame the unexplained tragedy in Arizona on Sarah Palin is why we have the problems we do in this wonderful country.

It is the insane anti-human and anti-American ideology of the left that is dragging-down the country I love… and I’m sick of it!

Every single one of you on the left that’s trying to use the District Maps that showed the districts that SarahPAC had targeted, know exactly what the meaning of it is, yet in your twisted little minds you have turned it into a huge lie simply because you want to destroy Conservatism. And I know I speak the truth because all of you on the left totally ignore the Bulls-Eye Targets the DAILY-KOS conveniently scrubbed from their website. You know, the one where they use Bulls-Eye Targets to target Gabrielle Giffords.

You leftists should be ashamed of yourselves for trying to make this tragedy a political side-show. If you have a tiny sliver of a soul you would stop the blame game, but I’m not going to hold my breath waiting. Instead I’m going continue training my Dog to clean-up piles of liberal progressives in our local park!


The Right Caused AZ Shooting

9 01 2011

Not really. I just wanted to get people’s attention.

I’m saddened that anyone, of any political persuasion, would turn this tragedy into a food fight. At a time, when we as a nation should be coming together to mourn the dead and pray for the recovery all those hospitalized, especially Gabrielle Giffords, instead there are those that want to turn this into a game of “Let’s blame the right and get rid of the pesky Tea-Party”.

If you listen to the left, and I will let you pick your marxist/progressive source, every tragic moment that happened in Arizona Saturday morning was the fault of Tea-Partiers, Republicans, Conservatives, Sarah Palin, George Bush, Glenn Beck, Rush, etc, etc. There is just one problem with this theory, it is 100% WRONG, and potentially dangerous!

When was the last time anyone from the right included “The Communist Manifesto” and “Mein Kampf” in their Favorites list to read? Well, Jared Loughner, the shooter does. Logic says he was more than likely a lefty, but for now I will go along with others that say he was simply crazy.

Let’s point out the claims from the jerks on the left… Remember Mr. James Lee who burst into the Discovery Channel offices with a bomb attached to himself and took hostages Sept of 2010? A lefty!

Or how about Mr. James W. von Brunn the shooter at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in June? A lefty!

And Mr. Joseph Stack who flew a plane into the IRS building in Texas Feb 18 2010? A lefty!

Or maybe you remember Clay A. Duke shooting at school board members during a meeting on 12/14/2010 in Florida? A lefty!

And possibly Miss. Amy Bishop Huntsville Alabama biology professor who stood up and began shooting those closest to her on Feb 12/2010? A lefty!

Surely all you lefties remember those supposed gun-crazed Conservatives, right? Until it was found out the each and every one of them were closely aligned with lefty thinking. Then the story went dead-quiet. Forgive the pun.

And let’s not forget Timothy McVeigh the Oklahoma bomber. For quite some time the left tried to paint him as a Christian nut-job, but once again had to eat Crow when they learned he was an atheist and a Marxist!

The second bogus claim from the left has to do with “Words”. The left is very fond of saying stupid things like… “Words have meaning'” or “Words have consequences” and a few twisted versions of the same theme. So lets take a look at words, shall we…

Starting with Obama… If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun. Because from what I understand, folks in Philly like a good brawl!  6/14/2008. Another fav is “Latinos, punish your enemies”. And who could forget “I want you to argue with them and get in their face” 9/17/2008.

Then we have the always cheerful Ed Schultz a lefty jerk with his�own show on TV (not real TV its MSNBC). Let his words speak for themselves… �You have no idea, in my bones, in my very soul! In my heart! I want to kick Foxs a**! I want to drive them into the ground! I want to spike the ball! I want to kick em in the teeth on the way back to the huddle! And then I want to turn around and lift my leg on em! Because that’s all they’re worth!

Then there is a turd named Mike Malloy who has a Radio program that nobody listens to. His words are interesting… You animals are gonna get it, you really are. Here are these late middle-aged cretins cutting their own throats because there’s a black man in the White House

And let’s not forget what Mr. Ellison said on MSNBC not long ago… “want a crisis so that Obama can get his own 9-11 “

But I’m sure none of those words were the words the left was talking about.

Then of course we have the recordings and video of Miss. Pivens and others calling for violence in the streets…

And for you folks that think bad things have been shot across the bow of Obama, maybe you need a refresher in what “bad” looks like…

Ok that’s enough, I think you get the point. This is just a handful of the over 100 images I have of the very same theme.

With all the info little old me put together, I hope everyone can now agree that the right in this country had nothing to do with this tragedy. This crap is simply NOT our style. We actually have morals!


Boycott General Electric

8 01 2011


General Electric owns MSNBC (and of course NBC). Tonight I would like all of my readers to consider the largest boycott in American history of General Electric products. All of them!

Obama will have his choice of which GE companies he will rule over once he's out of office.

It’s no surprise that GE uses MSNBC as a never-ending Obama administration promotion TV News outlet. They just got $18 Billion dollars from Obama and the Dems in Congress, so it looks like GE’s pandering to the left has finally paid off. But todays actions by MSNBC have crossed the line.

Like many of you I am a news junky, so when I heard of the shooting in Arizona today of a Congresswoman, Federal Judge, a child, and many other innocent bystanders, I had to turn on News channels every hour or so for updates. Because of the nature of the shooting I bounced back and forth between Fox News and MSNBC. I did this because almost immediately there seemed to be something about this story that was going to be ‘different’ so I wanted to see how the two competing news orgs were going to cover this tragedy.

Let me start with the good news… Fox News has been excellent in their coverage. They have correctly identified (yet unofficially) the shooter as a deranged man and have gone no further.

The bad news is… MSNBC (General Electric) is obviously trying to use this sad tragedy to whip up hatred for the political�right in this country. And they are doing so without a shred of evidence to back up their stupid, rediculous, and incredibly unprofessional�assertions.

Please join me in the largest boycott in American history against General Electric for allowing their News outlets to stir the flames of hatred toward an legitimate American political group. If this gets any uglier than it already is we can then sue the pants off of GE and ruin them forever!

We could start with saying prayers for all that were killed and injured today, then when the time of mourning is over, we can start gathering info of GE products that we consumers use so we know what to boycott.


UPDATE: There has been a lot of talk about how this is Sarah Palins fault because she put a Bulls Eye target over the district that Gabrielle Giffords represents. Shocking… Daily Kos targeted Gabrielle Giffords with a “bulls eye” back in June of 2008. You won’t find it on the Kos anymore because they have been busy scrubbing their site, but you can see a copy of a screengrab here… AND MUCH MORE!

USA Buying Pakistan

8 01 2011

How much is this gonna cost us?

The best Pakistani Terrorists U.S. money can buy.

WASHINGTON (AP)  President Barack Obama’s administration is planning to send more help to Pakistan amid omplaints from government officials there that the United States doesn’t understand their security priorities or offer enough help, The Washington Post reports.

According to the plan, decided on in last month’s White House Afghanistan war review, the U.S. will offer more military, intelligence and economic support to Pakistan, the newspaper reported online late Friday. The Obama administration also plans to intensify efforts to forge a regional peace despite frustration that Pakistani officials aren’t doing enough to fight terrorist groups in the country’s vast tribal areas, it said.

The decision is set to be delivered by Vice President Joe Biden in a planned visit to Pakistan next week, the Post said, citing unidentified administration officials. Biden is expected to meet with military chief Gen. Ashfaq Kayani and other top government leaders.

The vice president is expected to challenge the Pakistanis to articulate a long-term strategy for the region and specify what assistance they need to move successfully against Taliban safe heavens in areas border Afghanistan.

Some U.S. military commanders and intelligence officers who have lost patience with Pakistan had proposed allowing U.S. ground forces to launch targeted raids against insurgent stronghold, but Obama and his top national security aides rejected those suggestions, the Post said. They concluded that the United States cannot afford to threaten or further alienate a precarious, nuclear-armed country whose cooperation is essential to the administration on several fronts.

The conclusions were referred to as unspecified policy “adjustments” in a five-page summary of the December war review that has been made public, according to the Post. Several administration officials told the newspaper the classified review focused on areas where strong efforts were needed, as opposed to new programs.

The classified review pledged to “look hard” at issues of economic stability, the Post said. It also directed administration and Pentagon officials to “make sure that our sizeable military assistance programs are properly tailored to what the Pakistanis need and are targeted on units that will generate the most benefit” for U.S. goals, said one senior administration official who participated in the review and was authorized to discuss it with the newspaper on condition of anonymity.

Previously, Pakistan has complained that promised U.S. aid  projected to total more than $3 billion in 2011  has been slow to arrive and requests for military equipment, including helicopters, have not been fulfilled.

A Must Read

6 01 2011

If you read anything today, please read this from our friends over at Hot-Air.

Robert Reich Is Nuts

6 01 2011


Liberal education

This latest piece of twisted logic was too good for me to pass up. The left will use any excuse to try and stoke the flames of class-warfare. You be the judge.


The Shameful Attack on Public Employees

Robert Reich, 01.05.2011

Fmr. Secretary of Labor; Professor at Berkeley; Author, Aftershock: ‘The Next Economy and America’s Future’

Public servants are convenient scapegoats. Republicans would rather deflect attention from corporate executive pay that continues to rise as corporate profits soar, even as corporations refuse to hire more workers. They don’t want stories about Wall Street bonuses, now higher than before taxpayers bailed out the Street. And they’d like to avoid a spotlight on the billions raked in by hedge-fund and private-equity managers whose income is treated as capital gains and subject to only a 15 percent tax, due to a loophole in the tax laws designed specifically for them.

It’s far more convenient to go after people who are doing the public’s work — sanitation workers, police officers, fire fighters, teachers, social workers, federal employees — to call them “faceless bureaucrats” and portray them as hooligans who are making off with your money and crippling federal and state budgets. The story fits better with the Republican’s Big Lie that our problems are due to a government that’s too big.

Above all, Republicans don’t want to have to justify continued tax cuts for the rich. As quietly as possible, they want to make them permanent.

But the right’s argument is shot-through with bad data, twisted evidence, and unsupported assertions.

They say public employees earn far more than private-sector workers. That’s untrue when you take account of level of education. Matched by education, public sector workers actually earn less than their private-sector counterparts.

The Republican trick is to compare apples with oranges — the average wage of public employees with the average wage of all private-sector employees. But only 23 percent of private-sector employees have college degrees; 48 percent of government workers do. Teachers, social workers, public lawyers who bring companies to justice, government accountants who try to make sure money is spent as it should be — all need at least four years of college.

Compare apples to apples and and you’d see that over the last fifteen years the pay of public sector workers has dropped relative to private-sector employees with the same level of education. Public sector workers now earn 11 percent less than comparable workers in the private sector, and local workers 12 percent less. (Even if you include health and retirement benefits, government employees still earn less than their private-sector counterparts with similar educations.)

Here’s another whopper. Republicans say public-sector pensions are crippling the nation. They say politicians have given in to the demands of public unions who want only to fatten their members’ retirement benefits without the public noticing. They charge that public-employee pensions obligations are out of control.

Some reforms do need to be made. Loopholes that allow public sector workers to “spike” their final salaries in order to get higher annuities must be closed. And no retired public employee should be allowed to “double dip,” collecting more than one public pension.

But these are the exceptions. Most public employees don’t have generous pensions. After a career with annual pay averaging less than $45,000, the typical newly-retired public employee receives a pension of $19,000 a year. Few would call that overly generous.

And most of that $19,000 isn’t even on taxpayers’ shoulders. While they’re working, most public employees contribute a portion of their salaries into their pension plans. Taxpayers are directly responsible for only about 14 percent of public retirement benefits. Remember also that many public workers aren’t covered by Social Security, so the government isn’t contributing 6.25 of their pay into the Social Security fund as private employers would.

Yes, there’s cause for concern about unfunded pension liabilities in future years. They’re way too big. But it’s much the same in the private sector. The main reason for underfunded pensions in both public and private sectors is investment losses that occurred during the Great Recession. Before then, public pension funds had an average of 86 percent of all the assets they needed to pay future benefits — better than many private pension plans.

The solution is no less to slash public pensions than it is to slash private ones. It’s for all employers to fully fund their pension plans.

The final Republican canard is that bargaining rights for public employees have caused state deficits to explode. In fact there’s no relationship between states whose employees have bargaining rights and states with big deficits. Some states that deny their employees bargaining rights — Nevada, North Carolina, and Arizona, for example, are running giant deficits of over 30 percent of spending. Many that give employees bargaining rights — Massachusetts, New Mexico, and Montana — have small deficits of less than 10 percent.

Public employees should have the right to bargain for better wages and working conditions, just like all employees do. They shouldn’t have the right to strike if striking would imperil the public, but they should at least have a voice. They often know more about whether public programs are working, or how to make them work better, than political appointees who hold their offices for only a few years.

Don’t get me wrong. When times are tough, public employees should have to make the same sacrifices as everyone else. And they are right now. Pay has been frozen for federal workers, and for many state workers across the country as well.

But isn’t it curious that when it comes to sacrifice, Republicans don’t include the richest people in America? To the contrary, they insist the rich should sacrifice even less, enjoying even larger tax cuts that expand public-sector deficits. That means fewer public services, and even more pressure on the wages and benefits of public employees.

It’s only average workers — both in the public and the private sectors — who are being called upon to sacrifice.

The GOP version of class warfare is to pit private-sector middle and low income workers against public servants. They’d rather set average working people against one another than have Americans see who’s really raking it all in.

Re-Hab Update

6 01 2011

For those of you that know about my fall last March, you know that my rehab has been slow but steady. Today was another step forward.

The hardware holding my shoulder together has been slowly coming apart (screws backing-out and each end of the plate starting to bend outwards) from lord knows what. Either the surgeon doesn’t want to say or he doesn’t know, but I have my suspicions. Anyway, early this morning they took out all the metal hardware in my shoulder and of course the surgeon said “everything looks good”. My hope is that once the healing is done from this hardware extraction that a lot of the pain in my shoulder will finally go away. Only time will tell.

I had a manual manipulation done to the very same shoulder during last summer that was supposed to give me better range of use with my arm. That turned out to be a gigantic waste of pain (If you have ever had one you know what I’m talking about). Going into that procedure I was very upbeat and very positive, however this time things were different. I don’t know if it’s because of the general mood of the country or if I was just paranoid from my last attempt at fixing the same shoulder, but I had a feeling of dread going into this, which strangely enough leads me to a funny story.

This was outpatient surgery, and was done at our excellent hospital here where I live. Outpatient surgery is now done in a brand new wing of the hospital and it’s 100% top-notch. The only thing they need to work on is adding more soundproofing between the holding rooms where you get prepped. For those of you that have experienced Outpatient recently, you know that you get asked the same questions over and over again by many different people prior to going to the operating room. You get asked so many times that it borders on being annoying. One of the initial questions at this hospital has to do with your wishes if something should go really bad and you die. The question that turned into a funny experience today had to do with your religion preferences, if you have any. The guy in the room next to mine was around my same age because I saw him when I first arrived AT 5:30 FREAKIN IN THE MORNING! Sorry for that… Well, I recognized his voice. Anyway, when asked about his religion preference he snickered that “he doesn’t believe in that stuff”. The wife and I just looked at each other and gave each other that knowing look.

I woke up in recovery only two cubicles down from the one I had earlier. It took a while for the cobwebs to clear but I finally got to a point where I could get dressed and the nurse could go over my dis-charge instructions. Moments prior to walking out of my cubicle, they brought in the same man from earlier and put him two spaces down from me. He evidently had a rough time with his procedure because he was moaning. As my wife, the nurse, and myself walked towards the exit we heard him loudly moan to whoever would listen “please God make it stop”. What is it about pain that makes people suddenly religious?

No matter the reason, I found it both funny and promising that he had such a sudden turn-around.


Obama’s Lies Will Get Him Killed

4 01 2011

Air Force One crashed in the middle of rural America. Panic stricken, the
local sheriff mobilized and descended on the farm in force. When they got there, the disaster was clear. The aircraft was totallydestroyed with only a burned hulk left smoldering in a tree line that bordered a farm. The sheriff and his men entered the smoking mess but could find no
remains of anyone, including the President.

They spotted a lone farmer plowing a field not too far away as if nothing at all happened. They hurriedover to the man’s tractor.

“Hank,” the sheriff yelled, panting and out of breath. “Did you see this terrible accident happen?”

“Yep. Sure did.” The farmer mumbled unconcernedly, cutting off his motor.
“Do you realize that is the airplane of the President of the United States?”


“Were there any survivors?”

“Nope. They’s all kilt straight out” the farmer answered. “I done buried them all myself over yonder. Took me most of the morning.”

“President Obama is dead?” the sheriff shouted.

“Well,” the farmer grumbled, restarting his tractor. “He kept a-saying he wasn’t … but you know what a liar he is.”


The War Of 2011 Begins

4 01 2011

The “war of 2011” is the term for what we are about to witness in Washington D.C. starting this Wednesday. And I for one say, “BRING IT”!

Before anyone accuses me of being a rabid-gun-toting-bible-thumping-right-winger looking for a fight, let me say this.. “Damn right”. 

However, my reasons are not what everyone thinks they are. The only reason I want the poop to hit the fan ASAP, has to do with time, or lack of time. Let me explain.

I want to know as soon as possible if the GOP and the new elected batch of Tea-Party politicians are going to change Washington the way the voters clearly have expressed they want them to. Because…. If this coalition of Conservative Republicans and Tea-Party Rookies don’t come out with guns blazing starting this Wednesday, then we know that we have lost before we got a chance to get started. I don’t care if they get co-opted, bought, or threatened, I just want to know as early as possible so we Tea-Partiers can officially form a powerful political 3rd party to go up against both the GOP and the Democrats in the elections of 2012. The mountain of hurdles we could face would be enormous. Other than needing a huge Bank Account, the Tea-Party Party would need time. You don’t need me to tell you that two years isn’t nearly enough time to build a formidable party that could challenge both the Democrats and the Republicans. We have no other choice, it would have to be done regardless.

Unless of course → the GOP joins hands in partnership with our duly elected Tea-Party officials and go to work saving our damn country. Wednesday is the day we find out who’s got the guts to say “the old way of running this country is over and now it’s time for common sense to make a comeback in our Nations Capitol”. If the GOP does this, then we will be unstoppable and our country can be saved. If the GOP doesn’t do this, we call in the Marines and form a viable 3rd party and start hunting for candidates to run.

One other battle to watch will be how the Dems react to the Tea-Party winners sitting across the aisle from them and telling them “Not on our watch” every time a Dem makes some stupid proposal that costs the tax-payer more money. I expect the Dems to try to push their weight around almost immediately, so don’t be surprised if by the end of this week there are juicy soundbites flying everywhere.

Either way, the war of 2011 starts on Wednesday, and there is going to be radical progressive blood spilled in the halls of Congress. Not literally of course.

May God be good to us!




Happy New Year Everyone

1 01 2011



May 2011 be the year that we take back this country from the Marxist horde!


Napolitano New Years Blunder

31 12 2010

What the heck is wrong with the Obama administration?

I’m hoping that 2011 will give us some hard evidence in order to Impeach the worst president in modern history. Then we can clean out his Rats nest of Marxist appointees that seem to only help the enemies of the USA.

I got back to the house late this morning and as my habit, I turned on Fox News. It’s normal in my home to have Fox playing in the background during the day as I do my re-hab work, PC work, and all-around general chores. Within 30 second after turning on the TV, Fox had a story about Janet Napolitano, head of Homeland Security. She, in her infinite wisdom (major sarcasm)… is spending her New Years Eve in Afghanistan because there are some US Border Patrol Agents helping to train people at the AfPak border. Meanwhile, citizens in the USA are forced to keep out Illegals on our very own Southern border. See Video below…

Am I the only one that thinks this is another slap-in-the-face of the American people? Think about it  The head of Homeland Security is in Afghanistan helping to protect their border. What about our damn border right here at home?

A huge thank you goes out to the gentlemen in the video. They are doing the job that HOMELAND SECURITY is supposed to do. Instead, that Dept is busy protecting the borders of AFGHANISTAN. I’m beyond angry about this and it is taking every ounce of willpower to stay away from dropping ‘F’ bombs everywhere.

This is more proof that it is WE THE PEOPLE that are going to have to save this country. May God help us!


Score One For Old Guys

29 12 2010

This has got to be the video of the day. Watch a 67 year old Vietnam Vet chop down a young thug on a bus… Click here.


Gay Political Party

29 12 2010

There has been a lot of talk on the blogs lately about Gay issues. Hell, just look back over the last 2 weeks of my postings and you will see how it’s even effected me.

So just for the record, I want to take another stab at this issue, and then I promise to move on to other subjects. This one riles me up so much because it’s a big issue if you still believe in morality.

M-o-r-a-l-i-t-y, remember what that is? Here’s a few reminders…

Morality is concern with the distinction between good and evil or right and wrong; right or good conduct; ethical motive: motivation based on ideas of right and wrong

Morality (from the Latin moralitas “manner, character, proper behavior”) is a system of conduct and ethics that is virtuous. It can also be used in regard to sexual matters and chastity. …

moral – concerned with principles of right and wrong or conforming to standards of behavior and character based on those principles; “moral sense”; “a moral scrutiny”; “a moral lesson”; “a moral quandary”; “moral convictions”; “a moral life”

Lately there have been quite a few gay issues getting ink on other blogs and with the comments always end up the same predictable way. The pro-gay side will use any argument to try to bolster their position except for one… the morality part of the equation. Once in a while someone will try to use the moral argument, but always goes down in flames, so it’s not used very often as a tactic for the pro-gay crowd. They don’t use it because they know it’s the one argument that won’t hold water.

I wanted to briefly write about this tonight mostly due to an article I read a few hours ago about how a gay conservative group had been invited to this years CPAC convention. Some of the regular attendees heard about this and politely backed out from attending this year. The Family Research Council is just one of those opting out, and I want to publicly say that I appreciate them for their move.

Of course this leads back to politics, like everything eventually does, but the politics of an issue like this could put Conservative-politics in a very tricky place. Here’s why… If the GOP decides to throw open the doors and welcome the gay agenda, then the GOP will never get another vote from me (and a few million just like me). That then leaves me with finding another party that I feel has a reasonable chance of winning. As I write this there are only two parties that get elected in this country, the Democrats and Republicans. They control the money and the power. The good news is that a viable 3rd party may be about to make a major move. I welcome the formation of the Tea-Party as an honest and logical choice for people like me that can no longer side with the GOP because the GOP has lost it’s heart when it comes to Conservative issues. However, if the Tea-Party decides to be another Conservative-Lite Party then we Conservatives are in BIG trouble. Hell, the whole country will be in BIG trouble.

Here comes the part I hate… what the hell do we do? I refuse to put aside my morals when it comes to the gay agenda and the abortion agenda, and at one time I thought the GOP agreed and sided with me. Now it seems that it no longer cares about standing up for whats right and simply wants to placate real Conservatives simply for our money and our votes.

So do we go with a new, more Conservative party, knowing that it will mean that the Dems re-gain control for at least another 10 years while this new party can grow big enough to challenge the Dems. Or do we suck-it up and continue with voting for those that only agree with some of our ideals?

I can only speak for me, but I cannot just throw away my Morals like an old worn-out pair of shoes. Morality is what seperates us humans from animals.

God help us!












Revealing Huffpost DADT Post

28 12 2010
During the recent debate concerning DADT being repealed, I once again made the mistake of reading comments at the Huffington Post to see if anyone there really understands what is at stake. Prior to the ruling to repeal, progressives and their Gay friends were making heart-felt arguments about how they just wanted equality while serving their country, blah, blah, blah.
Then things changed when it was announced that the Senate had indeed repealed DADT and now Gays would be allowed to serve while being open about their sexual preferences. (next I expect pedophiles are going to want equal rights too) Below is just one short exchange that probably reflects the reality of how Gays feel about this. The pretense of wanting equality is gone!
StatsNpolls1   19 minutes ago (12:53 AM)Great, now we can have an al sex right there on the front lines. bite me taliban. Favorite (0) Flag as Abusive


palisades02   17 minutes ago (12:55 AM) So I’m guessing you will be the first in line.. Oh wait, Gay service men have standards,­, Perhaps you can find yours. Favorite (1) Flag as Abusive

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suntzu   10 minutes ago (1:02 AM)
Stats said: “Great, now WE (emphasis mine) can have an al sex…”

What a revealing statement!

StatsNpolls1   6 minutes ago (1:06 AM)
So? you have a problem with that, phobe?

Polar Bears Extinction

27 12 2010

 You gotta love this story….

 The “Natural Resources Defense Council” has been trying to re-ignite the Global Warming scare along with every other Tree-Hugger organization because the economy has hit them hard in the bank-account. Each Organization is trying to find the magic-wand that will get people to start using their charge-cards again and throw some money their way. The NRDC has been using a rather unique idea that is being adopted by most of the other organizations during these hard times. They have adopted the technique I like to call… “Lying”.

First, look at the partial screen-shot below copied from their very own website just 4 days ago. NRDC.ORG is trying to raise money with this bogus claim on their website.

Keep in mind they are talking about 40 years from now while you read the very short story below the NRDC screen-shot.



Natural Resources Defense Council


The following report came out on Christmas Eve.

Politico reports:

FWS (Fish and Wildlife Service) Director Rowan Gould said the 2008 “threatened” listing was made “following careful analysis of the best scientific information, as required by the ESA.”

At the time, the service determined the bears weren’t danger of extinction, so did not warrant the “endangered” status. The bears were listed as “threatened” because they face serious threats from projected decline in its sea ice habitat due to global warming would result in them likely being in danger of extinction in the foreseeable future.

FWS is “confident it was and is the appropriate status,” Gould said.

Listing the polar bear as “endangered” as a result of global warming could open the door to using the Endangered Species Act to regulate greenhouse gases, an outcome the Obama administration has opposed.


You just can’t make this stuff up!


Merry Christmas To All

23 12 2010

Just a quick note to wish everyone a very blessed Christmas this year. I’m happy to announce that I live in a town where everyone still says Merry Christmas to each other.




19 12 2010

Here are the RINOS that helped to repeal DADT. Please put them on your hit-list.

Six Republicans initially crossed the aisle to vote against the policy: Susan Collins (R-Maine), Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), Mark Kirk (R-Ill.), Scott Brown (R-Mass.), Olympia Snowe (R-Maine) and George Voinovich (R-Ohio). … In the first procedural vote on Saturday morning, 63 senators voted in favor of the bill and 33 against. In the final passage, Sens. John Ensign (R-Nev.) and Richard Burr (R-N.C.) switched their vote to “aye,” despite initially voting against moving forward with the bill.

Burr is my Senator�and it sickens me! With a show of hands, how many of you would like to slap Murkowski across her smug mouth?

Will get the full list of Dems that voted for it next.


A Sad Day For USA

18 12 2010

I said I was going to lay off the serious stuff until after Christmas yet here I am about to comment on something very, very, sad. However, I’m not going to apologize because I feel compelled to talk about this issue even if briefly.

Today our immoral politicians in the Senate passed the repeal of thecontroversial DODT (Don’t Ask Don’t Tell).

Following this story has been another eye opening experience for me, but not one bit surprising. The studies they didthat askedmilitary members how they felt about the issue were unscientific and rigged to assure the outcome.

If the front line fighting forces had been polled this whole thing would have gone a completely different way, but they were not asked. I had the pleasure to spend a few hours with some of our military members that are presently serving in Afghanistan and they said they don’t know anyone, in any unit in Afghanistan, that was sked about the issue. And to top it off they said that if they had been polled they felt certain that a huge majority would have voted NO simply because this subject does come up in conversations and they know how their fellow Patriots feel about the issue.

Ok, I’m going to stop here because I’m getting upset and it will come out in my writing. The only left to do for now is, get hold of the list of those that voted for this repeal and make them pay dearly for it.

God, please forgive them for they know NOT what they do.


Political Posters

15 12 2010

Thanks to ‘The People’s’ I have copied some of their laugh out loud political posters (I’m doing my best to stay away from hard politics until after Christmas) I hope you enjoy them…



Staying Warm By The Fire

13 12 2010

For those of you that may be a little bit cold!