Tuesday, March 29, 2011

3 Reasons - Lybia

With all the "uprisings" going on across the Middle East why are we intervening in Libya? Why not Bahrain or Syria? I can't answer those questions and this post will not be backing the President's action. To the contrary I don't think we should be involved at all anywhere in the recent uprisings short of protecting our ally Israel. I know Obama is no friend to Israel and neither are most Democrats, but the US and Israel are connected and that's the way it should be and that's the way it should stay.

One thing we have to look at in Libya and other places, like Egypt (who already fell) is who these "Rebels" or "Freedom Fighters" or "Youth" that are revolting actually are? Now while these countries seem like Muslim strongholds their leadership was actually quite secular. Yes I know Gadaffy was liked to the Pan Am bomber but the closer we look the more it seems like the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Queda are part of the rebellion in Libya. I've gone into detail on the MB before and despite what the State Department tells you they are not secular, hell their name is Muslim Brotherhood. With all the bitching about how we armed the Taliban and Saddam Hussein why should we take a chance on arming people who will most likely turn our weapons against us next week!

Another thing that really raises a red flag in Libya is the President's complete lack of clarity at why we are there and what our endgame is? Again, lots of bitching took place when Bush went into Iraq and Afghanistan with no exit strategy, so is Obama making the same mistake? Are the Democrats ignoring it because it's Obama?  If we set up a "No Fly Zone" to protect innocent Libyans that Gadaffy was killing with air power then why haven't we wiped out his air force and left already? We usually don't get involved in civil wars, we're not getting involved anywhere else. The MSM made a big deal the other day of "rebels" capturing "oil cities", please tell me this is not a war kinetic military action for oil?

Last thing is Gadaffy himself. When this "kinetic military action" started we heard different stories from the White House and the State Dept. and the Military. First it was Gadaffy can stay as long as he stops the slaughter, then he had to leave, then he might stay and now I don't know what's going on. I do know that Pan-Am bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi has implied that Gadaffy ordered the bombing personally and for that I say he needs a dirt nap. But, if Gadaffy sleeps with the fishes and his country falls to the MB like Egypt looks to be, that is a problem that can't be ignored. As much as I want al-Megrahi and Gadaffy to hang for what they did the safety of our ally Israel will be in jeopardy when Egypt goes MB and will be worse if Libya follows.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Just Saying

  • Imagine how much oil we'd free up for cars if the US was nuclear powered.
  • Had a "What is this world coming to" moment the other day when I was playing online scrabble with a person sitting 15 feet away.
  • Community is the best 30 minute comedy on network television.
  • The last time the US went this long with out a national budget Bill Clinton was President. Hmm a democrat, coincidence?
  • Threw some peanut butter in my last batch of pancakes, slathered it with warmed grape jam and wondered how IHOP missed this.
  • The Great Wall of China is 5,500 miles log, but the US says it's impossible to build a 0.7 thousand mile wall on our southern border. 
  • Speaking of China, I read an article about those stupid BYO green shopping bags having dangerously hight amounts of lead that are of course made in China. I am the only one who doesn't think it's an accident?
  • If I was to have kids (though I don't want any), they would have to read a book every two weeks to keep the TV plugged in.
  • Muslims are beating and stomping on effigies of Obama in the middle east, I thought he was supposed to fix our image around the world.
  • I was at the grocery store the other day and a can of Spam was near $4, SPAM!

Friday, March 25, 2011

Surprised? I'm Not

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Every blue moon or so I stop past the NY Times website to see what MSM is talking about. When I stopped by today I found this nice little gem. Now in case you didn't or can't follow the link it's an article about the leading contender to take over power in Egypt. Just an "Islamist Group" we like to call the Muslim Brotherhood. Now I can't say I told ya so, cause many people said it, but so did I so, I told ya so.

Quick recap on who the muslim brotherhood is, other then parent to hamas and al queda. They are long standing America and Israel haters. Need some proof? Jimmy Carter endorses them. Now of course anyone who gets a thumbs up from Jimmy Carter has to be an anti-Semite. But there's also this from JPost where Muhammad Ghannem a leading member of the MB said he want to dissolve the peace with Israel and destroy them. Now call me crazy but these guys running Egypt sound worse than Mubarak. 

Then there is the history repeating itself part. What's happening in Egypt is almost exactly what played out in Iran in the late 70's. Now I already covered this in a previous post and am linking that post so I don't have to repeat myself. 

The best part is the MB claims they didn't want Egypt to topple, and they are not a revolutionary group. Cause no radical islamic group wants to take over a country with the power and position of Egypt! And since the unrest is still spreading across the Middle East and the attacks on Israel increasing, you don't have to be a psychic to see the future is gonna be mess. 

Monday, March 21, 2011

3 Reasons - Guns

Like "Just Saying", "3 Reasons" will be another weekly feature...

In light of recent call for more regulation coming from the Obama Administration, this week's topic is owning a firearm. Guns have played an important part in history, the way we know that guns are tools and not some kin of incarnate evil is more often than not they are used to help preserve our way of life. Even though the media would tell you different it is simple to look back and see the benefit of having this particular tool. To put it more simply; Guns don't kill people, people kill people. 

The first reason to own a firearm is the same reason you vote, exercising your rights. The Founding Fathers put together a simple yet highly effective document that lays out our way of life. The Constitution is 8 pages and the Amendments we have made since then might take up 2 more. We cherish the things that we have been given, by God (life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness) and man (everything else). So how could it not be positive to exercise our 2nd right and be prepared for any action. "Amendment IIA well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." Even though the media has created a negative connotation on the word militia, I believe that we should stick to what works and in their time militias worked. Though I do consider myself to be part of a well regulated group the NRA. I don't think it's a requirement, but if it gives you some peace join up, it's inexpensive and provides both access to training and safety courses and it also provides some insurance in case the unthinkable happens.

Secondly, it's a safety issue. Face it the time where you could go to sleep at night with you front door open to catch a breeze is gone. The safety of you and your family should be one of your primary concerns, waiting 3 to 5 or more minutes for the police to show up is simply not acceptable. I'm not trying to scare you, but the facts are facts. In the year 2006 according to the FBI there was 447,403 robberies in the US, and 14.3% of them were home invasion. So at one robbery a minute, out of 100 minutes 14 of them were home invasion. Take a safety/training class, do your homework, figure out what is right for you and be ready. You don't call the police because they have pens, you call them because they have guns.

3rd reason, recreationGuns are a great hobby. There's the physics, the skill required, and the opportunity to interact with supersonic objects (that loud bang is a sonic boom). Some people enjoy target shooting or trap shooting, others prefer hunting, and still other prefer collecting guns. Guns tend to hold their value and sometimes even gain value over time. Many people enjoy it all. Regardless of what you've been told by the media, there is a good chance a gun related hobby is right up your alley. I find it to be both exhilarating and relaxing. 

Friday, March 18, 2011

Just Saying

  • There was a time when Hollywood wasn't full of degenerate scum.
  • The mainstream media picks and chooses it's stories like Obama picks and chooses laws to enforce.
  • As much as I love it, the internet is a big cause of our problems, though TV is still bigger.
  • We're getting on 10 years and the surrender freedom tower is still not done.
  • Yes I collect knives, many people have done this throughout history, it's not that weird.
  • No matter how you slice it, Anti-Zionist & Anti-Jewish are the same thing. MLK would back me up on that.
  • Chivalry is not dead even though feminist have tried their best to kill it.
  • Twitter is here to stay, deal with it.
  • I do say socialist like it's a bad thing, and I mean it.
  • American Idol is insulting America and idols.
  • New Orleans was run by liberals for 60 years, shouldn't it have been the picture of utopian peace?
  • If you are a dude and your pant size is smaller than your girlfriend's, there is something wrong.
  • Shrtin wrds 4 any rsn is lame.
  • A 7-11 Double Gulp filled with soda is almost half of the calories you should be consuming in a day.
  • Roughly 35% of Americans can not read an analog clock.
  • Obama has cost each American about $15,000 since he came into office, doesn't sound so bad till you multiply it by 311 million.

Monday, March 14, 2011


President Obama has been fairly quiet on gun control since he's been in office, but yesterday he decided to go there; “I know that every time we try to talk about guns, it can reinforce stark divides,"  He goes on, "However, I believe that if common sense prevails, we can get beyond wedge issues and stale political debates to find a sensible, intelligent way to make the nation a safer, stronger place." Now Obama is a liberal so I knew he wouldn't leave my guns alone, and really all he is saying, right now, is we need to enforce existing gun laws. That I am 100% OK with. But when you read that quote, you can see the little hamster on the wheel in his head running as fast as it can and that is what worries me.

There was a time during his campaign that Obama was like King Midas, everything he touched turned to gold. He seemed to overcome impossible odds to get the top job. But, since he has been president it's been more like anti-Midas, everything he touches turns to garbage. I guess you can also liken him to the king with no clothes, but lets stick to anti-Midas. Stimulus, healthcare, bail-outs, foreign policy and outright socialism, normally I'd be very happy to see a democrat go down in flames, but Obama is somehow still wielding popularity. Looking at 2012 it seems like he is going to win a second term and I can't for the life of me figure out why. This Country is in shambles, we are embracing our enemies, alienating our friends, looking at a double dip recession, gas prices and unemployment are sky high, yet Obama's crown is still firmly atop his head. 

Guns are one of the issues Obama had shied away from, probably because it is highly controversial and they have a huge base that cannot be budged. But with Obama going around and wildly doing whatever he wants damned what the people of America think, I worry about a Nazi style gun ban (yeah i said it!). The Second Amendment exist to keep the power with the people and not the government. But Obama's government power grabs have been sweeping and disarming the people will become necessary to maintain the masses. I understand that is a "out there" sounding theory but we have to prepare for the worst and hope for the best. 

With the very recent tragedy in Japan and the unrest in the middle east, many people have brought up to me the "end times" and "2012". Now I have stated before I do not think Barack Obama is the anti-christ, while he is a huge narcissist he is not going to bring on the apocalypse. But times will be hard, I have said that we will have to tighten our belts to get through, and with the Republicans looking totally impotent for the 2012 elections, the belts will get yanked a few more notches. America will prevail, times were hard after the Depression and we fought through, we will fight through again. As long as we are steadfast in our Faith and stick to the values that our Founding Fathers taught us America will survive and sun will shine again. 

"Government growing beyond our consent had become a lumbering giant, slamming shut the gates of opportunity, threatening to crush the very roots of our freedom. What brought America back? The American people brought us back -- with quiet courage and common sense; with undying faith that in this nation under God the future will be ours, for the future belongs to the free." - Ronald Reagan,1986

Sunday, March 6, 2011

What Does It Take?

I think we can all agree that when Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was yelling allu akbar while beheading US journalist Daniel Pearl, that was an act of terrorism. So why when 21year old Arid Uka screams the same words while gunning down American Soldiers in Germany, is it not terrorism?

German Prosecutor Griesbaum told reporters that the suspect (I hate saying that when we know it was him) told German police he went to the airport with the intent to shoot “as revenge for the American mission in Afghanistan.” But the White House refuses to call it terrorism. He had been spending an extended amount of time on radical islamic (terrorist) websites and had expressed his hateful views on facebook. State Department mouthpiece P.J. (muslim brotherhood is secular) Crowley when asked if the murder of two U.S. airmen was a terrorist attack said: "Was the shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords a terrorist attack? I mean, you have to look at the evidence and look at the motivation and then you make a judgment." So a mentally deranged psycho who has been stalking a congresswoman and a radical islamic fundamentalist are the same thing? That's insulting to the mentally deranged.

Ultimately this is no surprise, we are talking about the same White House that switched out the words "terrorist attack" for "man made disaster". Obama was supposed to be the one to bring peace to the world, he was supposed change the ill feelings George Bush created. Though somehow with all the changes to our vocabulary, bowing and other playing nice Obama is doing, from the looks of things they hate us more. Again, no surprise, I've always told the liberals that Islam hates them more than conservatives. 

Oh and it is also no surprise, how the MSM is glossing over this story like it's just another random act of violence. CBS and NBC both gave brief mentions of the tragedy beyond ten minutes into the nightly broadcast, ABC had a bit more depth in their coverage, but only the first night, by the second night it was gone altogether. I'll be the first to say FOXNEWS isn't as "fair and balanced" as they claim, but when every other station is equivalent to state controlled media... Well let's just say there's a reason foxnews is the highest rated news channel.

The best news to come out of this is that the terrorist would have kept shooting but his gun jammed. Now we already know from the Ft. Hood massacre that one guy committing mass murder in the name of radical islam is not terrorism, so my question is, how many does it take? Now we know 19 men hijacking and crashing planes for the same reason is terrorism, so if the German shooter had a partner would that be enough, or does he need 18 more guys?

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

History Repeats Itself

In recent weeks the MSM was trying to fool the American people into believing that Barack Obama was somehow like the Great Orator Ronald Reagan, heck Obama even referred to himself as "The Gipper". Now I touched on this in previous posts and I hope you have stopped laughing because I wanted to point out that if Obama really wants to be compared to presidents past we need look no further than Jimmy Carter. Many of the current administrations actions match up with Carter's and like the Simpsons once pointed out "Jimmy carter! He was America's greatest monster!".

The Obama administration is repeating history and making the same mistakes of Carter’s failed energy policies, which marred his term and stigmatized the late 1970s. We are being led straight into another national energy disaster, most likely very few of you remember the waiting in long lines at the gas stations just to find out they were out of fuel.

Also Obama seems to see the crises in the middle east as a reason to shift away from gas and oil entirely and move towards alternative forms of energy. It's almost like there isn't oil anywhere else. Obama's fear of drilling for oil on our own soil compromises our national security and destroys any idea of economic recovery. There's an 800lb gorilla in the room, we are choosing to be reliant on the middle east! We are choosing to send billions of dollars to Arab nations who ultimately want to see us wiped out. We are buying friends at a cost too great and our "friends" still hate us.

The next issue that is happening almost event for event is the likeness between Iran and Egypt. In the 70s Iran was considered an ally, the Shah was a dictator who brutalized his people, but he helped us out and he kept the rabble down so we backed him for decades. Sound familiar? You could stick Mubarak in there and it would fit perfectly. Then the people revolted, they were tired of being brutalized and wanted their freedom, again familiar. But after the Shah was ousted the radical islamic element stepped in with a death grip that they still hold. The people are being brutalized worse than ever and the "freedom" they revolted for seems like a distant dream. Now Mubarak is gone and the interim leaders of Egypt are saying there will be an election. But the most organized of the new political parties is the radical islamist muslim brotherhood

A plaque at the Birkenau Death Camp (Auschwitz)