Sunday, June 19, 2011

Just Saying

  • Since there is no perfect candidate, I'm sticking to Herman Cain for now. Maybe he can't win, but I still say a non-politician is the best bet.
  • I'm so angry, the sad state of our economy and the lack of jobs has me figuring which guns I want to sell.
  • Obama said recently that ATMs are eating up jobs in America. Can you say out of touch? 
  • The biggest issue against Obama in 2012 is he's an incompetent fool.
  • As much as I am over the story, it's still hilarious that his name is Weiner and he is trouble for lying about his namesake.
  • My electric tooth brush died, so I am forced to do it the old fashioned way. It's barbaric.
  • Is anyone else as excited as I am over the Tim Burton exhibit at LACMA?
  • What am supposed to do with all my music cd's?
  • My weekly monopoly night is backfiring, I can't seem to win.
  • It's been over a year since I got back from Israel, and I want to go back soon. For this I need Obama to join the ranks of single term presidents.
  • Adam Carolla said "Scarlett Johansson seems like she was put on this earth to just to make me angry.", and I agree.
  • Why the hell haven't we re-built the Twin Towers yet?!?

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

His Time Is Up

Yesterday Obama said his family aren't "invested" in him being president and they would have been OK if he decided against running for re-election. The narcissist and chief still claims he is doing this "For the Country". Mrs.O says that she'd be OK with a less stressful job for her husband. I say let him be unemployed, let him feel the sting of eating nothing but rice and canned tuna for a few months. I am perfectly OK with Barack H. Obama being a one term president. I'm on the Herman Cain train right now, but reality is I don't care which Republican wins the nomination. Anybody but Obama!

Also yesterday at a "Jobs Counsel", Obama had the audacity to crack a joke about the lack of jobs and chuckled along with his new bosom buddy Jeff Imelt from GE. I hope they had had a good time laughing at my expense along with the other 24.2 million people in this country who are unemployed. The Obama administration promised the the stimulus would prevent the jobless rate from going over 8%. It now stands at 9.1% which of course is a doctored number with the actual being more like 17%. 

Recently after posting an old video from Steven Crowder about the disarray that is the city of Detroit MI. and citing that the whole country would follow if we don't oust Obama, a friend of mine from Canada said I was scapegoating. Now I know that Bush bears some of the responsibility of this seemingly never ending recession, but the majority of our problems lie squarely on Obama's shoulders and it is not scapegoating to place the blame where it belongs. Obama's Keynesian policies have put the US in a deep hole and no amount of government growth or spending will fix it. Two weeks ago I finished reading Atlas Shrugged (if you haven't read it, read it!), the climax of that story is by far the worst case scenario, but to say we are not on that track is only fooling yourself. The History Channel has been running commercials about fallen empires and then cuts to a shot of the US Capitol, it can happen, no one wants to believe it, but our society is degrading fast and if the mob fights breaking out at coffee shops and fast food joints don't scare you, know it will only get worse. 

I'm not saying Obama is the anti-christ or on some sort of quest to destroy the nation. But I will say he is a fool, and if we continue to follow this fool the blame for where he takes us is ours alone. Start now, educate yourself on the candidates and their policies. There is a good range out there. If you're more moderate look at Romney. If you're a Constitutionalist look at Paul. And of course if you are ultra conservative there are a few choices for you.   Read up, watch the debates and make sure that when the time come in November 2012 you are on board to save this Great Nation.

Now you know all know or will now that I hate Leno and Letterman and I'm not a huge fan of Conan O'Brien, but his graduation speech at Dartmouth this year was pretty darned good. Watch and take some of his inspiration into your tomorrow.

Monday, June 13, 2011

War Protesters! Where?

When George Bush invaded Afghanistan the war protesters were there, when he invaded Iraq the numbers exploded. War protesters were demonstrating across the country. Holding signs that cursed Bush, his family and even calling for him to be hung. Bush also caught a lot of flak for supporting Israel, even though he did very little to help them.

Today, though winding down we still have troops in Iraq. And if you've been watching the news you know they are still dying. Afghanistan is a complete mess, we have no strategy, no plan to win or even an exit. We have dropped bombs and killed Bin Laden in Pakistan. Months not days later we are still in Libya, without congressional approval by the way and it's not winding down either, boots on the ground is inevitable. Now we are dropping bombs in Yemen. But surprise, surprise the protesters are no where to be found.

No one should be surprised by this. The double standard is so obvious here. When it's a Republican he can do no good, and a Democrat can do no wrong. The MSM is complicit in this as well, during the Bush administration there were daily updates on how many soldiers died. When's the last time you saw a body count on CNN?

Basically if you were one of those pacifist that I argued with at school who said war in never right while Bush was in office but are somehow too busy to protest Obama, go take a flying you know what at a rolling donut.

UPDATE: Two more soldiers were killed in Iraq today, and after checking the whole front page of nbc news, I guess it wasn't important enough.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Not In The News

In my last post I mentioned Syrians rushing the Israeli border as distraction from the Syrian government massacring it's own people. While that hasn't stopped, (there is new graphic video at Big Peace to prove it) it now seems like the Syrians are just multi-tasking.

Recent intel coming out of Syria says the government is paying farmers who make an average of two hundred dollars a month one thousand dollars to rush the Israeli border. With an extra ten thousand if you are killed in the process, to go to the family. Though seeing what they do to their own people, I wouldn't really expect the govt to pay up. With this new tactic of sending "unarmed" people swarming on the border look for new calls of human rights violations against Israel. Even though if you rush any other country's border (i.e. Mexico, all of Europe, all of the Asia, really the whole world except maybe the U.S.) you will be shot on sight. But this area specifically holds importance.

The Golan Heights, which has been a often fought for chunk of land is currently in the possession of Israel. While Obama would have Israel return Golan to Syria, it is a strategic defense point for Israel. Notice the word heights, Golan is a small mountainous are right at the border. As any strategist will tell you high ground is key to defense. By keeping a close watch from Golan Israel can see any Syrian activity coming and can defend itself properly. If Israel were to give up Golan the Syrians would have easy access to Northern Israel.

The north-east is just another of Israel's problems, when you're surrounded by enemies on all sides you'd better have your head on a swivel.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Just Saying

  • Let me state clearly, I don't care about Weinergate.
  • Mitt Romney recently said he believes in "Man-made global warming", and now he is dead to me.
  • Herman Cain is a better choice anyway, even if the racist at Time Magazine are ignoring him.
  • Unemployment went up, the stock and housing markets went down, so of course Obama is out saying things are better. I can't even laugh at what an incompetent leader he is.
  • Does anyone else thing Syria is starting border issues with Israel to take the attention off of them slaughtering their own people?
  • If the ecoli outbreak in Europe has taught us anything it is eat less vegetables.
  • Speaking of food, Big Sister Mrs.Obama has dumped the food pyramid for myplate, someone should tell her myspace is old news. I don't know who I dislike more her or her husband.
  • California was ranked 49 out of 50 for "Most Business Friendly States". No wonder I can't find a job.
  • I shaved my head and disappointed a lot of people, but summers are hot and I am too broke to afford a barber. My hair will make a comeback in the fall.