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Sunday, November 30, 2008

One Of The Worst Terror Attacks Since 9/11

Last week's tragic and deadly terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India, serve, sadly, as just the most recent reminder of the impact global terrorism has had on every continent and nation around the world. While the face of terror often carries a different banner and agenda, the symbolic, emotional and fatal impact it can have on a civilian population is undeniable.
Over seven years removed from the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, the incident in Mumbai increasingly resembles a bookend of sorts in the chronology of global terrorism. Much like the cosmopolitan city of Mumbai, New York City represented not only a logistically ideal, civilian-dense target right on America's coastline, but a symbolic strike against American capitalism and finance. Much like New York City, Mumbai stands as a symbol of diversity and freedom in a country often plagued by sectarian divisions and strife. Crown jewels in two of the world's largest and most prosperous democracies.
There have been far too many terrorist attacks since 9/11, and to limit such a list to only five was no easy task. Many lives have been lost; relics, buildings and temples of worship left in rubble.
ALL of these can be directly blamed on MUSLIMS.
None are in the U.S. Thank-You George W.Bush, and the men and women under his command and our allies.

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Time to cancel cable!

There's a brand-new poll out called ''American Attitudes on Religion, Moral Values and Hollywood.'' Its main findings, according to a press release, are that a majority of Americans (61 percent) believes that their religious values are ''under attack.'' A similar majority (59 percent) believes the people who run TV and the movies ''do not share the religious and moral values of most Americans.
Canceling "Ellen" woul be a good start along the new Rosie show.
I don't believe in censorship, however I do believe that Christianity is under attack and that Hollywood is doing it's best to undermine morals. When the Calf was little we did censor the things he was allowed to watch and read-he and his wife are doing the same with their children. I believe that it's our responsibility to guide our children through the landmines until they are old enough to understand for themselves.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Obama’s Call for Community Service!

We do not need the Messiah telling us how to contribute to our community !. Exactly how has his life been a model of self sacrifice and contribution? So far all we know is he associates with terrorists and other questionable people and that his beliefs about community organizing are ALL about furthering his political ambition. Show me one example of how he has personally EVER helped anyone!! We know you cannot because this guy is a total hypocrite!!

Schumer and Frank are Idiots

Americans are the blithering idiots. The Dems created most all of the problems we now find ourselves in and guess what? The American people voted the Dems MORE power and blamed the Republicans. I don't even recognize this country anymore. Chuck Schumer is a complete imbecile, Barney Frank should be going to jail and instead we hear how the Dems are going to investigate President Bush. Can anyone tell me what's wrong with this picture? I can, it's called the ignorance and stupidity of the American people! The people that create the disaster are touted as hero's while the people that warned of it are blamed for the disaster. Elections have consequences

And they call the Republicans racists?

I am dissappointed that McCain did not win but, I fought the good fight of faith and was hope filled and that is all I can do.
With all the democrats voting for their Obama democrat and with 95% of the blacks voting for Obama because he as black skin is why he won.
I will continue not to trust or embrace O’Bamasince his friendship record with the haters/antiAmerican people like Jeromiah Wright, Ayers, Dorn, Farakan, Flagger, Rezko etc. are proven.
Fasten your seat belts America “it is going to be a bumpy ride”!!!
Yes, 95% of the blacks voting for Obama because he as black skin. And they call the Republicans racists?

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Sometimes a joke is just a joke.

In regard to the Nancy Reagan comment during Pres-Elect Obama’s first news conference.
Obamas joke didnt bother me at all except it would have been funnier if he got his punchline right; Nancy was into astrology, Hillary was the one that was seancing with Elanor Roosevelt.
Although the remark was classless and snide (in other words, normal for Obama), I’m not inclined to give him grief over it. I’ll save it for when he and the Democrats really start screwing the country.
Oh, wait, they already did that when they brought us the sub-prime mortgage crisis.
I thought Obama was going to be the President of all of us, bring us all together, usher in a new era, new understanding, quit the old politics of division, change the way things are done. But right away he attacks old people, attacks a Republican first lady, attacks people who favor astrologists, people who believe in other wordly things. He’s such a liar. Such a divider. So full of BS. I’m so dissappointed. Why doesn’t he resign so we can really move on. He can use this opportunity to show us how it is done. Make a blunder, resign. Show some leadership. I for one am becoming sick of him already.
But sometimes a joke is just a joke.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Joe Biden Just a Heartbeat Away

If the MSM had paid Joe Biden half the attention they paid Sarah Palin during the campaign, there’s no doubt people would be wondering if the soon-to-be-former longtime Delaware Senator were a drag on his party’s ticket. Remember the stories before the mortgage meltdown that he was going to find an excuse to step down from the Democratic ticket on October 5 to make way for Hillary Clinton?
Joe Biden makes more gaffes the average week than Sarah Palin made in the entire campaign. Take out just Palin’s interview with Katie Couric, and you could say that Biden made more gaffes per speech than the Alaska Governor made in the entire campaign. And he had thirty-six years of “experience.”

Monday, November 10, 2008

Remember Our Veterans.

Despite our new president elect, we as citizens must continue to show our thanks and appreciation to our fighting men and women.We owe them so much, the choose to serve us the people, not the president. Though I am sure we will see a drop in enlistment and reenlistment in the next four years.
Unfortunately, with the election of Obama/Biden, I think those veterans and military personnel are going to see less of that, less honor for their service, less empathy for their sacrafice… and we need look no farther this week than uber-liberal, fellow-leftie, anti-military Phil Donahue and his wing of the Democrat Party for what’s likely in store… it’ll begin with trumpeting the failures of America, the horrific impact of war on 1-2 soldiers and then lead to indicting the soldiers and brass who prosecuted the WOT.
We’ll be transported back to the post-VietNam days and guys like Bill Ayers and Phil Donahue will be high-fiving the Commander in Chief and Jane Fonda will be sacked out in the Lincoln bedroom. It’s a topsy-turvey world.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

The GOP Needs to Rebuild

If the Republicans manage to get their act together, by recruiting better candidates and coming up with a competitive and distinctive message, they can get back in the game. That’s what Republicans did between 1976 and 1980 and between 1964 and 1968. And in each of those cases they were even further in the hole than they are now.

The GOP Needs to Rebuild

If the Republicans manage to get their act together, by recruiting better candidates and coming up with a competitive and distinctive message, they can get back in the game. That’s what Republicans did between 1976 and 1980 and between 1964 and 1968. And in each of those cases they were even further in the hole than they are now.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Barack Obama will be my president and yours. If he governs as he has voted in the Senate, I will criticize his policies, but will understand he puts those policies forward in the national interest.
It looks like Obama will win with a popular-vote margin of about five points, decisive, but not a landslide. He is the first non-incumbent Democrat in seventy-six years to break 51% of the popular vote, being only the fifth member of his party to win a majority of the popular vote since the Civil War. Pretty impessive.
Barack Obama had the right slogan for the times, “change.” John McCain’s slogan, “Country First,” didn’t really capture the popular imagination. Perhaps, he should have run on reform, a word which has career and that of his running mate and would likely have defined his Administration had he won.
That said, given all Obama’s advantages, the financial crisis in the midst of the campaign, the media bias, his fundraising advantage, his ground game, right now it doesn’t look like a realigning election.
Should, however, the president-elect govern effectively, the election of 2008 could be a harbinger of realignment.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Why John McCain?

Why McCain?
My reasons for voting, not just for McCain, but also against Obama, are almost all premised upon two basic belief systems I hold:
(1) As a general matter, that federal government is best which governs least;
And (2) that country is safest which has a strong military and is willing to use it in its own defense. With those principles in mind, here's my laundry list of reasons for favoring McCain over Obama.1. National Security. While Obama has run from the subject for a long time now, he had made it clear through his own speeches and those of his surrogates that he wishes to do two things that will turn America into a wounded deer, lying there to be savaged by rapacious scavenger nations. First, he intends to remove America instantly from Iraq, despite the fact that we're finally winning. While we all understand that even the best commanders sometimes have to conduct a strategic retreat ("he who fights and runs away, lives to fight another day"), it's insane to back out of a fight that one is winning. I don't think it's ever been done at any place in any time. Second, at a time when America is disliked by her friends and loathed by her foes, he wishes to slash the military. He seems to be clueless that, in the real world, you first get people to become your allies, and only then do you lower your defenses.McCain understands that the best defense is the promise that, should anyone attack you, you can and will go powerfully on the offensive. His fundamentally cheerful personality makes it clear that he's not out there looking for trouble but if trouble looks for him, he's ready.In that regard, I have to say that I find it amusing that all the good liberals at my martial arts dojo, the ones who are desperate to unilaterally disarm America, are assiduously training themselves to be strong in case of an unexpected personal attack on the street. It baffles me that they can recognize at a personal level that the strength and training they're developing will not turn them into killing machines, but merely keep them safe; but are unable to extend that basic principle to a national standard.In any event, McCain's entirely successful take on the surge should in itself demonstrate that he understands warfare in the modern era and is the one most likely to be able to protect America from her stated and violent enemies.2. The economy. Neither Obama nor McCain is an economist. Neither understands the minute ebb and flow of the economy. That's fine. We're not electing an economist in chief. But each does have a view of the government's role in the marketplace, and this view will definitely affect the economy.Obama wants to push out individuals and make the state the major player in the market place. How? Redistributive taxes. He wants to take more and more money away from people who have earned it, not simply to fund basic government program such as defense and infrastructure, but to give it to people whom he thinks deserve it. He doesn't believe in a fluid, flexible, reactive marketplace that rewards initiative and hard work. He trusts only the government, which doesn't reward action and initiative, but merely distributes pay based on a victim hierarchy.Fine, you say, but what does this have to do with the economy? Everything.The government does not make money; it only spends money. When you suck money out of the marketplace, there's less to go around, and you create infinitely smaller incentives for the entrepreneurs who create products and jobs. And aside from the lack of incentive, punitive taxes that benefit people who haven't earned money provide a strong disincentive for workers and entrepreneurs. Why should I think, and risk, and create, and sweat, if it's just going to go to the guy who whined about the fact that life is hard? News flash: Life is hard and life is unfair.In a large, heterogeneous society, it makes sense for the government to provide a safety net for those who cannot possibly succeed economically (the aged, the ill, the handicapped), just as it does to provide a safety net for productive people who have fallen on hard times. However, it drains the economy dry to suck money out of the productive segment of the economy only to divvy it up amongst those who feel entitled for no other reason than their identity. Even Obama figured this out when he said at the start of the market's problems that he wouldn't put his tax changes into effect (and, mark you, at that time he'd only been admitting to tax "refunds" made on the backs of small businesses) because it would harm the economy. Well, duh!Fast forward to John McCain. McCain also can't talk economic tech talk, but he understands that people, not government, make money, and make jobs, and have ideas, and show initiative. He understands that, when it comes to the marketplace, the government's job isn't to take over, but to police. It's job is to make sure people don't cheat or abuse their privileges.In that regard, one of my favorite books in the world, To Serve Them All My Days, tells the story of life in a small public boys school in England between the world wars. I mention it here because the wise old headmaster has a good policy. Rather than myriad rules than simply invite evasion, he operates the school on a single principle: "Few rules but unbreakable." This would be an excellent rule for the marketplace, too. Figure out the big cheating problems, and slam down on them. Then see what else flows from that.3. The judiciary. Do you like judges to make it up as they go along, depending on their emotional response to the parties before them? Each judge gets to decide if any given party is a good guy or a bad guy, or if the party belongs to a class of good guys or bad guys. Oh, I almost forgot! The judge also gets to define what constitutes "good" and "bad."If you think that's the appropriate way to run a judiciary that will result in fair rules of law and the reliable application of laws so that individuals and businesses can make future plans, then Obama is the guy for you. Not only is he a member of a political party that believe that judges are uniquely situated to make these kinds of personal decisions, he has also stated that he believes Supreme Court justices should be guided by empathy, not law. And as you all know, we recently learned that he thinks the courts should be used as instruments of economic redistribution of wealth.If, however, you believe that judges are to apply the law equally to all parties before them, regardless of the judge's personal response to any given party, and if you believe that a judge's role is to interpret law, not to make law, McCain is definitely the guy for you. While not as pure as one would wish, there is no doubt, absolutely no doubt whatsoever, that his judiciary will be more of a strict constructionist and less of an activist judiciary than Obama's.By the way, one thing about judges: they're all former lawyers. If you think lawyers are scuzzy (and so many Americans do), why in the world would you want to vest all your trust in judges who are, after all, just lawyers? (Incidentally, let me remind that Obama is also a lawyer).4. Abortion. The abortion issue is actually a subset of the judiciary issue. Despite all the screaming about the fact that Sarah Palin is pro-Life (and she actually walks the walk, rather than just talking the talk), the bottom line is that the president doesn't set abortion policy (nor, of course, does the VP). The only thing a president does that affects abortion is appoint judges.A strict constructionist judge, one who sees the line between adjudicating and legislating, will honestly admit that Roe v. Wade made up a constitutional right where none exists. A strict constructionist judge will then say that, since there is no constitutional (i.e., federal) right, abortion must be decided either by the states or by constitutional amendment. Most states would continue to keep abortion legal, some states would limit it, and one or two might do away with it altogether.There is no doubt but that McCain would appoint judges who wouldn't expand federal abortion rights (since they don't exist in the constitution) and who might in fact limit federal abortion rights (since they don't exist in the constitution). And there is no doubt that Obama, who refused to vote on a law that would allow live-born aborted babies to receive care, would not appoint those judges.5. Freedom of speech. The evidence of your own eyes should convince you that Obama and his party are not committed to free speech. I'll give you a few examples. You can provide the rest.First of all, there's the so-called Fairness Doctrine, which demands that radio stations give equal time to alternative political views, and then insists that the government determine what views get this time. Keep in mind, by the way, that the people advocating this doctrine also contend that NPR, the New York Times, The New Yorker, the Washington Post, ABCNBCCNNCBSMSNBC, etc., all have no actual political view -- they are, say the Fairness Doctrine advocates, impartial reporters of the news. It's only such nefarious sources as Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Dennis Prager, Fox, Hugh Hewitt, etc., who purvey "biased" material that cannot be allowed to sully American ears, and that must be reduced by 50% (making it unprofitable, of course, for radio stations to carry them in the first place).Suffice to say that, if Obama is president and a Democratic Congress passes the Fairness Doctrine into law, he'll sign the bill with pleasure. If McCain is president, and if the bill isn't veto proof, I can guarantee you he'll veto that bill.There are less than about 12 hours left to the election. The media wants to tell you that this election should be Obama's because he's pretty and speaks well and has a calm temperament and, while we're not supposed to talk about race, he's of a race that will make the whole world happy and let us pat ourselves on our collective backs for being so open-minded. The media, of course, is wrong. This race is about incredibly important issues that will, at the least, affect us for years, and at the most (and worst) change America forever.Even if you're no huge McCain fan because he's not conservative enough, or you're one of those Ivy League conservatives who thinks that Palin isn't "one of us," none of that should matter right now. In a vote between Obama and McCain, for those who cherish freedom from an intrusive federal government and who believe that the federal government's most vital role is national security, the choice should be clear: VOTE FOR MCCAIN

Election 2008 Is Finally Here

According to Obama, wealth isn't for creating. It's for spreading around, i.e., plundering — until it's all gone. Moonbattery converted the industrial Midwest into the Rust Belt within a generation. Let's hope we never find out how long it would take Obama to convert the whole country into Zimbabwe.
Point in case, the other day when Obama KICKED 3 Republican reporters off of his airplane. Is that the kind of fairness what we can expect? I guess it is.
Liberty, as far as I'm concerned, is always enhanced when choice is increased. Given the behavior of the MSM choice has indeed been the winner. The bad news for the MSM is that once the lack of credibility box of has been opened, it is darned hard to close again.
Barack Obama is a creature of the far left wing and thus, he's pacifistic; he puts minimal value on freedom around the world, and being an American means very little to him. But the power does.
However, Americans who vote have every bit as much right not to have their vote cancelled out by fraud, illegal aliens, felons, people registered to vote in more than one place, and the Democrats' other tactics -- as they do to vote in the first place.
You vote illegally? You should go to jail. You vote in two places? You should go to jail. ACORN? A significant percentage of the people in that organization should be breaking big rocks into smaller rocks for the next ten years in a federal penitentiary.
PS: If you're voting, I hope you're pulling the level for McCain/Palin if only so that you can slap one of those "Don't blame me, I voted for McCain" bumper stickers on your car if Obama gets in and starts methodically ruining the country.

Monday, November 3, 2008

How Stupid Can People Get?

The 2008 race for the Democratic nomination for the presidency looks like a classic pursuit of the Moron Vote. This seems crude to say, so perhaps we should call it the "mentally challenged vote" or the "clueless vote".
Why do I term it so? Consider where the winning Democratic candidate, Barak Obama, stands on issues most Americans care about. In numerous cases he takes positions that seem based on the assumption that voters are idiots, or else those positions show a serious lack of understanding on his part. On second thought - and in the interest of striking a blow at political correctness - let's stick with the title as-is.
But then again we find people like the one that runs the blog below...

A Conservative that won't vote at all because of principles. So they sit home and that vote that may have helped John McCain, swings to the side of barack Obama.
Am I so blind, Is it me or what? But isn't the bigger picture meant to keep a Marxist Anti-Semite Racist Creep like Barack Obama and his bunch of Commies like Rev. Wight and Jessie Jackson and Bill Ayers out of the White House?