Wednesday, April 27, 2011


Now I have never been a "Birther", I knew this day would come, I just didn't figure Donald Trump as the cause of it. After all these years and all the media buzz it just seems like Obama would have held on to this for a better moment, I guess he really feels threatened by Trump and that is the bigger bombshell of the day. 

Over the years my friends and I have figured that this was a planned red herring, Obama let this go because anyone that talked about where he was born wasn't talking about the damage he is doing to the Country. It also let the media and others label people as crazy "Birthers" and filled countless hours of news babble, again with BS instead of how Obama was driving this our Country into the ground. Think about how many people got sucked under the birther bus might have actually had something poignant to say but fell for Obama's trap. Really you have to give Obama (or the actual guy who came up with this, I'm thinking Rahm) credit for running with this scam. 

Now I know the hardcore birther element will probably keep this going till Obama is gone and long after. But for everyone else this is just one more thing out of the way that Obama can't hide behind. He has to go the rest of his term and the new campaign without this cozy little smokescreen hiding what he's actually doing. I'm sure he has other things lined up (or not since Rahm is gone), other ways to try and keep us away from his real agenda. 

So here it is if you haven't seen it already. Obama's mother Stanley was "Punished" with a child when she was a teenager, and I bet you Jr. is happy she didn't take the easy way out. 

Monday, April 25, 2011

Just Saying

  • So all you hippies that love Apple products so much, did you hear they are the least green tech company? HA!
  • While I am on the subject, why does Big Oil catch so much flak for the shabby 8% profit they clear and nobody says a word on the 42% Apple rakes in?
  • You know how I know I am getting old prematurely? I have designated Saturday night as Monopoly night.
  • Head to head, diesel is more cost efficient then ethanol.
  • The satellite dish recently fell off my house and the first thing I thought of was "Cool, something to shoot at!"
  • I was busting up the other day while watching the most recent episode of Community on HULU when a starving children commercial came on and ruined my fun.
  • Obama has given a speech on every major muslim holiday, but decided not to speak on Easter... I'm sure that doesn't mean anything... Or does it?
  • As gas prices shoot up to four and a half bucks I just keep wondering; Where are the nuclear powered flying cars?
  • Counting flip flops I have 8 pairs of shoes, does that make me gay?

Friday, April 15, 2011

3 Reasons - Trump

I know many of you think Donald Trump is a joke when it comes to presidential nominees, and if the republicans had, or even looked like they were going to put up someone better, I wouldn't be able to write this. I've been very clear that the "front runners" in the republican field cannot beat Obama. The polls prove it, head to head polls between Trump and the potential GOP field, Trump trumps them all. This is not an endorsement, I still believe Herman Cain is best man for the job, though I acknowledge his chances are slim.

So the first thing is not his hair, as much as it's oddly interesting the polls are more. Like I mentioned above, the poll shows the audacious real estate tycoon and reality TV show host posting a whopping nine point lead on his nearest competitor. In the latest recent survey the Donald is running strong in the GOP field, and by strong I mean way out front. Trump brought in a hefty 26% of the vote, followed by Mike Huckabee 17%, Mitt Romney 15%, Newt Gingrich 11%, Sarah Palin 8%, Ron Paul earned 5%, while Michele Bachmann and Tim Pawlenty took 4% each.

Next, I believe that people who are best suited for political offices are those that care about their community and country. They have a deep passion for serving the people's shared interest, and are deeply experienced in public service. They are educated. They are a God fearing. They are vibrant, and brilliant people with incredible ideas and motivation. But since Ronald Reagan is long gone and Zombie Reagan is only in science fiction, we might have to start looking elsewhere. You don't get into public office anymore by being smart, talented, and a bold speaker; you get into public office by being rich, pretty, or popular. Trump has two of the three and that ain't bad.

Last thing is democrats don't like him, Harry Reid said he's not presidential material, that helps in my book. When the main lame stream media goes nutto I know I'm seeing something good.  Take the new Atlas Shrugged movie, the msm is really going out of it's way to slam a movie that is being released on 300 screens nation wide. That tell me I want to see it. Trump is everything Obama is not and that is the most important thing.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Just Saying

  • If I eat radioactive sushi I'd better end up with super powers, though Salmon Man does't sound as cool as Spider Man.
  • Obama said "Get used to high gas prices", I say don't get used to being President!
  • So Brazil's first school shooting was by a muslim, this is my surprised face *__*
  • Now that I own one I don't blame Obama for never putting down his Crackberry!
  • The good side to working as a bouncer is not having to pay those crazy cover charges.
  • Everyone I know that jogs or runs tells me how much they love doing it. Now that I've started; I think everyone of them is a LIAR.
  • After telling people "It might be time to trade in those SUVs" Obama got into an argument with a guy because they guy said he has a big family (and needs a big vehicle). Obama response, "Your families not that big!" Who the hell does he think he is? I think Obama forgot who he works for! 

Monday, April 11, 2011

Used To Be

I was reading an article today about GM recalling 2100 Chevrolet Cruzes due to their steering wheels coming off while people are driving! While it's only a small number of cars, it's a big problem. I thought about what American unions used to produce 30+ years ago and I felt sick, we used to be great. There was a time when American cars were the top of the line and you could drive them forever. It was normal to rack up 2 or even 3 hundred thousand miles, with proper maintenance though sometimes not even that, even mistreated Chevy or Dodge trucks were reliable well after the odometer ticked 200,000. 

But as the unions got bigger the quality started to suffer. By the late 70's American cars were a joke and that's how they stayed until the late 90's. The "Big 3" started mounting a comeback, but cafe standards, the push for eco-friendly cars that no one wanted and shoddy work combined with the greedy unions and the greed of the companies themselves started them down a path to a painful crash that sent all of the Big 3 towards bankruptcy. While it is possible (as we saw later) for big companies to survive bankruptcy the Obama administration lumped them in to the "too big to fail" list and offered them tax-payer funded bail outs. 2 of the Big 3 took Obama's money and subsequently went bankrupt anyway. Ford stood their ground and with some major restructuring and very risky gambles came through better than ever. GM and Chrysler were bought up by the Govt and then sold chunks off to foreign companies or just straight given chunks to the unions. 

So now the once great American Chrysler Motors is now mostly Italian with the unions hold a chunk and General Motors is now Government Motors, the name wasn't officially changed but we know. That means if you want a American car built by a private American company you have one choice Ford, and Ford is looking good.  

When you have Union assembly line employees smoking weed and pounding 22′s on their lunch break, as video evidence proved just recently, is it any wonder those cars are falling apart? Try free market capitalism where terminations occur for sub-par performance and raises are awarded based on above par performance this will produce better cars.

Our country is in the same shape as this Chevy car with the faulty steering wheel. We've now had 2+ years of Obama basically jerking the steering wheel right off, in the process wanting us to drive our cars Flintstone-style. Gas is now 60+% higher since he took office, the debt has sky-rocketed, our standing in the world is diminished, social spending is at an all-time high, true unemployment is something like 25% or more, businesses are suffering due to uncertainty, and we all sit here wondering what’s going to happen next. 

Zero leadership, zero original thought, we’re suffering under a left-wing ideologue in Obama and the previous Congress. Let’s face it! the leftists have been simply following all the failed policies of other leftists of the past. We’re left holding the bill and wondering where our country is going other than down the toilet. Kinda feels like holding the steering column tight while hoping somebody can slow down the car before we careen off the ever-approaching cliff.

I still have hope, not Obama's hope, but hope that America can one day return to our roots. Be the country our Founding Fathers wanted us to be. Like we used to be.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Just Saying

  • Since the Republicans don't seem to have an answer, if Hillary runs she will be the first Democrat I vote for.
  • You know it's 2011, I was expecting more robots.
  • Everyone keeps telling me I will change my mind on not wanting kids. Let me be clear, it's not going to happen.
  • If you thought burning the koran pissed the muslims off, try getting them to wear this t-shirt.
  • We have fools year around, DC is proof of that, why is April so special?
  • Honestly I would vote for Donald Trump over Huckabee, Palin, Romney and Pawlenty.
  • I love how everyone is surprised at Obama's lack of leadership. I could see this coming, think about how many times he voted "Present".

And Crown Thy Good

We live in a great Country, I know this, you know this ( I hope). Often you hear in the MSM that we are spoiled, or arrogant, or even some kind of imperialist. But it's not that we aren't aware of what's happening in the rest of the world. We chose to be better, I know it's not PC to call ourselves better, but it is simple truth. Our Founding Fathers saw the world and wanted better. They built a free nation on a foundation of God. 235 years later we are the reigning super power (if Obama doesn't break us), we are looking to keep that position for a long time.

We have to be doing something right, to come as far as we did as fast as we did. The greatness of this Country is due to God and us, we represent the best of humanity. Sure we've had some dark moments and we have plenty of nuts, 25% of us think we had a hand in the tragedy of 9/11. The fact that we allow those nuts to have their crazy ideas just shows what a strong will we have. We don't have to root out the crazies, we embrace them. We have God given rights and rights established by men to guarantee our freedoms. The majority of us are good honest people who see the American dream and want to make it our own. Holding ourselves to a higher standard that started with the Ten Commandments and grew into a Constitution that in a few pages summed up our entire way of life.

Now our way of life is being threatened by terrorism, socialism and a few more 'isms. We have seen what evil and jealousy can do and we have to remember what Simon Wiesenthal said "Freedom is not a gift from heaven... You must fight for it everyday." Does this mean we have to take up arms? For some yes, another great thing about us is our military, an all volunteer fighting force that is unmatched across the globe. For the rest of us it means living the way God commands, voting wisely and electing the right people to run our government. Raising our children to observe the same values and take responsibility for their actions. 

Again I think about Glenn Beck's 9-12 project and I can't help but think this is our only real hope. It simply best states what we need to do as a Nation to maintain our strength and survive the coming insurrection.

The 9 Principles

  1. America Is Good.
  2. I believe in God and He is the Center of my Life.
    God “The propitious smiles of Heaven can never be expected on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right which Heaven itself has ordained.” from George Washington’s first Inaugural address.
  3. I must always try to be a more honest person than I was yesterday.
    Honesty “I hope that I shall always possess firmness and virtue enough to maintain what I consider to be the most enviable of all titles, the character of an honest man.” George Washington
  4. The family is sacred. My spouse and I are the ultimate authority, not the government.
    Marriage/Family “It is in the love of one’s family only that heartfelt happiness is known. By a law of our nature, we cannot be happy without the endearing connections of a family.” Thomas Jefferson
  5. If you break the law you pay the penalty. Justice is blind and no one is above it.
    Justice “I deem one of the essential principles of our government… equal and exact justice to all men of whatever state or persuasion, religious or political.” Thomas Jefferson
  6. I have a right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness, but there is no guarantee of equal results.
    Life, Liberty, & The Pursuit of Happiness “Everyone has a natural right to choose that vocation in life which he thinks most likely to give him comfortable subsistence.” Thomas Jefferson
  7. I work hard for what I have and I will share it with who I want to. Government cannot force me to be charitable.
    Charity “It is not everyone who asketh that deserveth charity; all however, are worth of the inquiry or the deserving may suffer.” George Washington
  8. It is not un-American for me to disagree with authority or to share my personal opinion.
    On your right to disagree “In a free and republican government, you cannot restrain the voice of the multitude; every man will speak as he thinks, or more properly without thinking.” George Washington
  9. The government works for me. I do not answer to them, they answer to me.
    Who works for whom? “I consider the people who constitute a society or a nation as the source of all authority in that nation.” Thomas Jefferson

The 12 Values

  • Honesty
  • Reverence
  • Hope
  • Thrift
  • Humility
  • Charity
  • Sincerity
  • Moderation
  • Hard Work
  • Courage
  • Personal Responsibility
  • Gratitude

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Thoughts On Jobs

So the news is reporting unemployment at 8.8% which seems good, on the surface. But let's look at the numbers. The current US work force is 138.1 million and the "Official Unemployed" is 13.4 million, but the actual unemployed is 24.1 million. That makes the actual unemployment rate more like 17%. Now I know Obama is loving this "official rate", even though the reason the rate is as "low" as it is, is due to the Bush tax rates that Obama swore he'd repeal and then folded like a french man. We're still 7.3 million jobs lower than when Obama took office. 

It looks to me that this was Obama's intention from the beginning. He knew he wouldn't repeal the Bush tax cuts, in his first term, that would have put a guaranteed single term stamp on him. Don't be fooled, like the stock market this is a manufactured bubble and it will burst on command. Due to the impotence of the Republican party, Obama will be reelected and then the real fun will start. The Bush tax cuts go, cap and trade will return and continuing slaughter of American infrastructure will spike unemployment, gas and utility prices, along with food shortages. This will finally bring America to the place Obama thinks it belongs, at the bottom with everyone else. Dinesh D'Souza told us that.

I know most people will say it's loopy to think that Obama wants us to fail, but all the signs point that way. There is hope, real hope not the Obama campaign hope. America is tough and has survived poor leaders before, primarily because of her people. We the People, who with God's help, push through the hard times even when we have no national leadership to speak of. Have Faith and stay strong, call Congress and the Senate, vote and remember We are a shining city on a hill. The Gipper is the best reminder.