Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Will the Right Sit It Out?

But why, when America's mini-mills and steel mills are among the most efficient on earth — in terms of man hours needed to produce a ton of steel — aren't those jobs coming back?

Answer: It is due to the free-trade policies of Bush and McCain, which permit trade rivals to impose value-added taxes of 15 percent to 20 percent on steel imports from the United States while rebating those taxes on steel exports to the United States. We are getting it in the neck coming and going.

An America First trade and tax policy could have U.S. steel mills rising again, while those in Japan, China, Russia and Brazil would be shutting down as uncompetitive in the U.S. market.

But we no longer put America first.


You know, I have to disagree with Mr. Buchanan. Based on a review of the available data, wage and salary disbursements by private industry rose 52% in the period 1998-2007. Further, personal income has risen by 230% in the period 1985-2007.

I would suggest that we need to do more to promote free trade. It is true there are "losers" in the equation of free trade. However, the societal benefits as a whole far outweigh the negative impact on specific individuals.

I do agree with Mr. Buchanan when he states that we need to stop giving out subsidies to the steel industry. We should promote a level playing field for all industries. I do believe that if the government chose to step out of the way, the jobs lost in one industry will be gained in another as we unleash the entrepreneurial spirit of the American public.

White House admits fault on 'Mission Accomplished' banner

"President Bush is well aware that the banner should have been much more specific and said `mission accomplished' for these sailors who are on this ship on their mission," White House press secretary Dana Perino said Wednesday. "And we have certainly paid a price for not being more specific on that banner. And I recognize that the media is going to play this up again tomorrow, as they do every single year."

Now in its sixth year, the war in Iraq has claimed the lives of at least 4,061 members of the U.S. military. Only the Vietnam War (August 1964 to January 1973), the war in Afghanistan (October 2001 to present) and the Revolutionary War (July 1776 to April 1783) have engaged America longer.

I don't know what to say.

Daily's-April 30th, 2008

Today in History

On April 30, 1789, George Washington delivered his first inaugural address

2nd Amendment story- protecting one self

Forget the facts, it’s racism

At a time when demand is rising faster than supply, members of Congress want foreign countries to boost their oil production, but they won't allow the U.S. to boost its own production, President Bush said at a White House news conference.

Why the hell is this news? Starbucks to reveal plans for two new drinks. I wonder how much a gallon of Starbucks coffe cost?

Dumbing down Amerika, making choice’s for it’s citizens, taking responsibility for it’s citizens- government continues to grow……..

Hump Day Humor

Monday, April 28, 2008

What will Al Gore do now??

According to a story over on Newsmax there is a scientist that is saying forget global warming, the new concern is global cooling. Haven't we already been down this road? Have we not already worried about a little ice age a few decades ago? What is the reason for this renewed concern? What is the evidence? Sunspots, or rather the lack thereof. There is a picture that the scientist refers to which shows the sun without any sunspots. Ok....and? Well apparently, there is a correlation between sunspot cycles and the earth's climate. The website has way more than you probably care about with regard to sunspots and what they mean in relation to weather. I don't want to get off in the weeds on the science of this, mainly because I can't. I'm not a weather guy, the point is we no longer use the term "global warming", it's now referred to as "climate change". Why is that? Because global warming is BS, and this is starting to take hold one small step at a time. Of course, if we can finally discount this myth then there must be some other crisis that we have to deal with. And this may be it, a recycled global crisis from a few decades ago. The shift in the terminology to "climate change" is a hedge, the inconvenient truth bandwagoneers have cleverly placed this "out" so they can keep the "crisis" going. Just think how we could inflate this crisis to include the ramifications of global cooling coupled with the current oil situation. PEOPLE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO AFFORD TO HEAT THEIR HOMES! PEOPLE WILL FREEZE TO DEATH IN THEIR HOMES! Just wait. Please Mr. Chavez won't you donate some more of your Venezualan oil to the poor people of America. Joe Kennedy needs your help to heat their homes.

Daily's-April 28th, 2008

Today in US History
Not much happened ….

Monday Morning Blues

“If it was up to me, I would have thrown this bearded, sandal-wearing flag burner into jail, but it was not up to me," Scalia told the students. To Scalia, flag burning was protected by the founding fathers in the First Amendment, which is his only criterion, he says, under originalism. Good interview with Justice Scalia, which I could of seen the edited parts. From this interview there are tow things I gathered: One that Scalia does his job with out bias, Two that Leslie Stahl’s interpretation and understanding of the law is equivalent to that of a third grader.

Sunday, April 27, 2008

I'm speechless on this one....

Got a Jew hating Nazi sympathizer on your Christmas list, and you just can't seem to find that "perfect gift"? Just can't find that perfect accessory to your swastika flag? Try this.... You can't go wrong with an action figure of the most evil person to ever live. Of course if you take it out of the box, it loses its' value. I've gotta think of the collector's out there! WTF?? I love the kind face feature. If this takes off there may be an Auschwitz playset coming just in time for the holidays complete with working furnaces!!!


Hillary has challenged the Big O to a debate Lincoln-Douglas style. No moderator, just the two of them going at it for ~90 minutes on whatever they want to talk about. Actually, I think that this could be a good thing, I wish that more debates were in this style, we actually may get some substantive dialogue rather than the made for the evening news soundbites that we get with every "debate" that we get nowadays. Actually, this is something that Newt Gingrich has been pushing for a while now. Maybe the challenge to this is how do you package it for television? God forbid something like this goes up against American Idol or Dancing with the Stars, sadly it would get trounced because this is what passes for entertainment now. Newt's solution was rather than broadcast it on tv, he put debates that he had conducted in this style on his website. Those that were interested could go to the site and watch the debate. Maybe he's on to something here. You can find transcripts of the Lincoln-Douglas debates here .

Friday, April 25, 2008

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Daily's-April 24th, 2008

Today in US History

In 1980, the United States launched an unsuccessful attempt to free the American hostages in Iran, a mission that resulted in the deaths of eight U.S. servicemen.

Global Warming :
Scientist's aim: Alter weather…..I thought we were doing that….with Global Warming.

Ski Season Extended Until May….. caused by the memory of a winter 56 years ago to be reflected in the ocean that ionizes with the atmosphere particles from smokestacks. Once that ionization occurs, the methane in whale farts react with the positive nitrogen particles that actually cool and with precipitation make snow…….well at least according to my computer model that I programmed.

Wait, I thought these same people were screaming that the popular vote won no matter what back in 2000, now they seem to understand how our voting system works

Looks Like I’ve a good bill of health

California Brewery Faces Federal Fines for Telling Consumers to 'Try Legal Weed'

News to me… The Grateful Dead, whose songs celebrated personal freedom, American idealism and mind-altering drugs, will donate a cache of their papers, posters and props on Thursday to the University of California, Santa Cruz

Thrusday Totty

Thrusday Funny

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Daily’s – Tax Freedom Day 2008

IT"S FINALLY HERE!!-Tax Freedom Day!!!

Today in US History
In 1789, President-elect George Washington moved into the first executive mansion, the Franklin House, in New York. Ya, I know a little boring, but that's all I have for today- where were all the "Dog Bites Man" stories back then?

….and the fight continues—tee hee

Good……FCC chief says no need for new regulation of the Internet- that is for now.

So.. wait… Florida can dump sewage in it’s oceans, but we can’t drill off the coast because of fear that it will drive the tourist dollars away???

...gun owners are happier and less outraged in general than non gunowners.....

A little reminder of what do-gooding does- kill! DDT and it’s feared application, citing environmental concerns

John Stossel nails it again- “Because "crisis" justifies making big government bigger. “

Humpday Obvious:
Virtual fence on Mexican border deemed insufficient. The key word there, Virtual, should be a dead giveaway. Reminds me of the scene from Demolition Man were Sandra Bullocks character has "Virtual Sex" with Sly

Humpday Obvious Two:
Eco-friendly events can leave large, unfriendly footprints.

Humpday Humor:
Can you believe this ABC News Headline? “U.S. Guns Arming Mexican Drug Gangs; Second Amendment to Blame?”

Humpday Humor Two:
In response to Earth Day- Let them swim and eat rocks!

Humpday Hottie

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Daily's- April 22nd, 2008

Today in US History
In 1864, Congress authorized the use of the phrase "In God We Trust" on coins.

Tuesday Funny:
Headline: Americans say jobs key to keeping home: survey. I’ll give you a little hint- jobs are the key to a lot of things!!

Class Warfare: "We are rapidly becoming a society in which a very few pay the greatest part of the cost of government, and everyone else enjoys the benefits."

“The general thrust of human interest stories about people with economic problems, whether they are college students or people faced with mortgage foreclosures, is that the government ought to come to their rescue…”

What liberal media?? It’s funny how the media can turn something totally around and make the Prez look like an idiot- hence the headline “Bush seeks game show help on federal budget” . He was simply making a joke, but the liberal media just had to turn it in to a negative for W, and notice the picture on the link.

Carter Doesn't Understand What Hamas Really Wants, Analyst Says

Another conditional peace from Hammas- same ole same ole. Again you were wrong Jimmy-- same ole same ole.

Tuesday Funny Two

Monday, April 21, 2008

Daily's- April 21st, 2008

Toady in USA and Texas History
In 1836, an army of Texans led by Sam Houston defeated the Mexicans at San Jacinto, assuring Texas independence.

Monday Morning Blues

With Carter’s past and the past of Hamas- there has to be more to this story

“ I think a healthy society needs both God and guns: it benefits from a belief in some kind of higher purpose to life on earth, and it requires a self-reliant citizenry.” More from Mark Steyn

Shari'a-Compliant Financing Described As New Islamist Threat

More Global Non Warming

Redefining 'Swiftboating' and Rewriting History

Friday, April 18, 2008

Daily's- April 18th, 2008

Today in US History
In 1775, Paul Revere began his famous ride from Charlestown to Lexington, Mass., warning American colonists that the British were coming.

America= Hope and I’m not talking about Obama‘s hope

Breaking news: The enemy says they are winning!! Pssst- just a little common sense hint- that’s what they are supposed to say with yellow bellied hippies running around America- it’s called the psychological aspect of war

Judge blocks Philadelphia from enforcing new gun laws

Experts see Depression parallels in U.S. crisis—ok ok there are parallels- unemployment, people losing homes….. wait- is this just all a preemptive drumbeat to make this country more socialistic as it became after the real Depression when the great government stepped in then???

Seven Uncomfortable Truths For Liberals- from John Hawkins

A story about UMA – Ultimate Moral Authority from Thomas Sowell

Media Myth: Nine Worst Business Stories

Going down and I’m not talking about the good kind, wait …. Yes this is in fact a good kind of going down

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Daily's- April 17th, 2008

Today in USA and CSA History
In 1861, the Virginia State Convention voted to secede from the Union.

Pope Hails America's Founding Principles "The framers of this nation's founding documents drew upon this conviction when they proclaimed the self-evident truth that all men are created equal and endowed with inalienable rights grounded in the laws of nature and of nature's God," he added. More about the Pope …and pictures!

Victory for 2nd Amendment
Dems straddle the fence on the 2nd Amendment

Big Brother keeps expanding

Those baseball bats are just too dangerous- they should be outlawed- look someone died because they had a baseball bat. If they never ever had that baseball bat- he would still be alive today.

Feds doing their jobs-Hundreds arrested in immigration raids at poultry plants


Free Speech Vs. Lawsuit Terrorism

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Further Expansion of the Nanny State

A Fairfax County (Virginia) elementary school has taken serious measures towards maintaining the safety of the kids in which they are charged with day in and day out. No, it does not have anything to do with gun safety on campus. Don't misunderstand that reference, I'm an advocate of the Second Amendment just like my friend the pirate who recently put one of his guns to good use (nice pic). I think that if somebody on campus had actually had a gun (other than the killer) then there would have been fewer people killed, but I'm drifting off topic. Neither does it have anything whatsoever to do with education, which I thought was sort of the point of school. No, there have been much more dangerous issues arise. According to reports, a principal of one of our elementary schools is taking the socialist bull by the horns and has banned the game of tag. Why? Because it has become a game of "intense aggression". Yes tag, as in tag you're it and then you run away. This is the new threat to 6th graders growing up and going to school in Virginia. Actually, and this is the sad thing, we have become a society that is so hung up on regulating everything (TMF will jump on this bandwagon) that we've lost sight of the realities of life.
Forget for just a second that this article is actually regulating playground activities, and we're not talking about drugs, or anything illegal. Life aint always easy, and when things get difficult we learn what we're made of. It's a little thing called "character", and it is not something that happens over night, character develops over a lifetime. And it's challenges, and experiences that are not always fun, as well as how we respond to them, that forms that character. If every little inconvenience that would be encountered during the formative years is banned, what are kids learning? Sometimes you have to skin a knee, and bruise an elbow in order to learn something about yourself. This is a small piece of the ridiculous puzzle that kids are being socially engineered into accepting as the way things ought to be. At some point though, there is going to have to be a harsh reality for these spoiled little brats. We have to understand that we can't regulate ourselves into utopia. The reach of (over)protectionism can only extend so far, eventually it slips through the fingers, and at that point it's too late to cry about unfairness.


As tax day came near, I was inspired by fellow blogger ‘Why Me’ to post a note regarding the aforementioned fair tax. I am a supporter of the fair tax and hope to persuade my 1 reader to join the fair tax coalition. I believe that the fair tax is an equitable approach to taxes. The current system is set up to ensure that a markedly small portion of the population benefit from their ability to understand and manipulate the tax code.

For me, it is a simple thought. Why wouldn’t I want to control where and how my money is spent? Why should I be penalized for saving money to buy a home, a car or for my retirement? Well, in my humble opinion, I should not. Yet again, the tax man took me to task for saving money. I don’t understand. Who came up with this system?

Anyway, if any of our readers get a chance, I recommend your support for the Fair Tax bill circulating in Congress. I believe that it will teach us that greater control of our own destinies will be a benefit to the country. People will be able to determine which course is best for them and the government will have to live with the economic will of the people.

I feel that all of this is important as we approach the upcoming election. We have a choice between two parties:

Tax and Spend
Borrow and Spend

For me, none of the above.

Daily's-Tax Day.......

Certainties in Life

More sarcasm


And More

How police harassment, jailhouse snitches, and a runaway war on drugs imprisoned an innocent family

WTF is visual sexual aggression?? Truly the thought police

Dying to get here

“The left also governs assuming that the imbecilic John Q. Public needs the firm hand of government to protect him from himself.” -What's The Matter With Liberals?

A little bit more on the Cali. Home schooling from Will Rusher

Monday, April 14, 2008

Daily's-April 14th, 2008

On April 14, 1865, President Lincoln was shot and mortally wounded by John Wilkes Booth while attending the comedy "Our American Cousin" at Ford's Theater in Washington. (Lincoln died the following morning.)

More global warming… global cooling… climate change…weather…which really isn’t news….


Wright… wrong stuff


Taking Advantage of the 2nd Amendment

Taking Advantage of the 2nd Amendment over the weekend
17 lb Osceola taken with a Mossberg 535 after a six hour continous call hunt in Shiloh, Florida

Friday, April 11, 2008

Daily's-April 11th, 2008

Today in USA History
In 1968, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the Civil Rights Act of 1968.

Let me remind you that it was Johnson that declared “War on Poverty” in America. There are different opinions to this 40 years later: Victory and Defeat and Failure

And these kids will one day take care of this country……Great!!!

Both are cut and run socialist

…and they keep coming to America

if we must go through this unjust hell, at least have a beer doing it

Free speech center makes annual "muzzle" awards

Independence… Energy that is

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Daily's-April 10th, 2008

Today in USA History
In 1790, President Washington signed into law the first United States Patent Act.

Where are the cries of privacy and infringement of personal space you so often hear from the left- oh I see now- it’s infringement on evil corporate CEO business types of the eveil capitalistic dreaded Wal-Mart

Looking for a little love? How to Spot a One night Stand

Victory for” self preservationist and the “I refuse to be a victim” types - Florida lawmakers pass "take your guns to work" law

Thursday Terrific:
50 Greatest Funny Skits of all time

Story claims there is a link between Global Warming and lunacy- well duh- I could of told you that- though the story says that climate change now leads to lunacy
Notice how the buzzword is becoming climate change and not global warming so much ?

Photographers Denied the Freedom To Choose What They Photograph

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Daily's-April 9th, 2008

Today in USA and CSA history
On April 9, 1865, Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendered his army to Union Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Court House in Virginia.

Getting to be a little too much- this infringement on freedom and all-Report Blasts Immigration Halloween Party- even if you do work for the government

Socialist tend to back one another up

A story about the government, and millions lost or should I say another story .....

Walt Williams speaks a bit about “The Enumerated Powers Act that would require that all bills introduced in the U.S. Congress include a statement setting forth the specific constitutional authority under which the law is being enacted. “

Random and amusing thoughts from Tom Sowell

Something you will not hear about in US media outlets

Interesting.. a law would give certain celebrity citizens a clear zone, thus making them better than the rest…. Say a first class citizen

Michael Steele keeping the Dream Alive and Uniting one of the troubled parties (the less troubled party) over at Town Hall

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Daily's-April 8th, 2008

Today in US History
On April 8, 1913, the 17th Amendment to the Constitution, providing for direct popular election of United States senators (as opposed to appointment by state legislatures), was ratified
The 17th Amendment to the US Constitution. Can we repeal this one?.....
It's an interesting mix of a civics lesson gone awry, history lesson of the actual reach of William Randolf Hearst and media to influence the will of the people, and why as you get closer to democracy, we realize that as a group of humans have no absolutely no business making collective decisions. It's the perfect political storm which has changed the course of US History.

An intresting blog on the the subject

“We’re very troubled by the fact that police will bang on doors and be asking to enter and asking people to sign a waiver of some sort, and they will claim that that’s informed consent,” said Barnes. “History disagrees.”- Interesting twist the officials present to this form of search – me wonders I f those that refuse will be “blacklisted” and targeted with increased surveillance.

This is classless of me, but I can’t resist:
Girl to have half her brain removed due to a disease- I wonder if she will turn into a liberal after the surgery .........

This will be intresting:
Hearings thrust Iraq back into White House campaigns

Mormons are child lovers= ...and that is the reason Romney, the mormon, will never ever be the Veep choice

I think if this had nothing to do with a civil rights Icon, but solely a minister, it would be splashed all over the headlines

I saw the headline all over the net yesterday- “Blogging kills you” , but didn’t realize the real motivation behind the headline- it’s from the NYTimes, whose readership is threatened by the blogsphere.

Big Media – Outsourcing – makes me chuckle.

And lastly, some of us have forgotten: Four more remains from 9\11 attacks are identified.

Monday, April 7, 2008

Daily's-April 7th, 2008

Today in USA history
5,000 suffragists march to the Capitol in Washington, D.C. , seeking the vote for women.

Here’s a novel idea- let’s take all these worthless, obvious predictable studies, throw them out the window,not waste the money or time it take to do them and parents can just use a little something called common sense -Study ties bedroom TV to unhealthy habits in teens

An actor who was an actor and a man, unlike some pretty boys of Hollywood today

Frivolous lawsuit of the week

What is wrong with this headline?: School Bill Would Force Parents To Volunteer

More from Gubment schools
Dad challenging 'manipulation' of kids'Their little minds should not be the battleground for culture wars'

And even more ‘bout Gubment Schools…..
“it's perfectly reasonable to strip-search a 13-year-old girl suspected of bringing ibuprofen to school,”

Self Sufficiency reporting From the NY Times?

Democrats' patriotism problem.

Friday, April 4, 2008

Daily's- April 4th, 2008

Today in USA History
In 1968
“Early morning, April 4
Shot rings out in the Memphis sky
Free at last, they took your life
They could not take your pride”
-Pride, U2

Gubment competence at it’s best

"People who are old enough to fight and die in the military should be able to purchase handguns…”

Obama Comes Out Against Concealed Carry

You know when something screams “It’s my right!” it’s a freak or a liberal whinning about something. To me, it's simply calling a duck a duck and a dog a dog and a freak an attention deprived agenda driven abnormality

Friday Funny

Thursday, April 3, 2008

We the People....deserve better

I was watching Larry King a couple of nights ago, something that I routinely do not do, but I watched because he had Jesse Ventura on the show. Ventura has dropped off the map, almost literally, since leaving Minnesota a few years ago, however he is usually good for some laughs so I watched. And was surprised. He said something that seems so natural, and obvious. I guess it was one of those ideas that was so obvious nobody has seen it. Actually the essence of the idea is not new, but the way he articulated it really resonated. He (like me and many others) is absolutely sick of Democrats and Republicans. I used to proudly say, with no hesitation, that I'm a Republican. I don't feel that pride in this party anymore. Now I simply say that I'm conservative, and skirt around party allegiances, hell lately I'm feeling a Libertarian streak that just gets stronger as days go by. I will never be a Democrat, so where does that leave me? A registered Independent? Looks more and more appealing. I'm sick of the two parties, they are both beholden to the special interest groups (SIGs) and the financial backing that they provide. Democrats are owned by Code Pink, and the various other groups, they are legion. But I'm not letting the right side of the aisle off of the hook. Special interest groups are just as ingrained in their pocket books as well. Some of these groups are Bible thumping born-agains that like to dictate morality, others are companies like Blackwater that just want to support the war effort! Maybe the religious SIGs could get together and cast out the Legion of lefty SIGs into one of those barrels of pork that both sides like to fill and toss it into the Potomac. I know, it scares me too when I start making Biblical references, if you don't get it it's from Luke 8:26-33, and Mark 5:1-13. The SIGs are only part of the reason that I'm fed up with these two parties, I would never finish this blog if I elaborated on all of the other things like: increasing size of government, socialist entitlement programs, etc.
Anyway, I'm sick of them all, and the thing that Ventura said as he was voicing his displeasure with them as well was that we as voters should have "none of the above" as an option at the polls. As it stands now, when there is no candidate that you feel supportive of, and you choose not to support them at the polls then it is called voter apathy. But it is not necessarily apathy it's voter disgust, at least that's what it is in my case. So I decided to look into it a little more, and just did a quick search of the term "None of the above". I found some interesting things, the state of Nevada has a choice on their ballots of "None of these candidates", although the way it really works is that the candidate that gets the most votes wins regardless of how many votes None of the above gets so it really means nothing. Ukraine has "against all", now I think that I like that one better. Russia also had "against all" until it was abolished in 2006. The Green Party of California also allowed "none of the above" in its original 1991 bylaws unfortunately the California Secretary of State filed a lawsuit which resulted in the disallowal of none of the above
in Green Party primaries . Why? Because there was an instance in which none of the above actually won. Interesting comparison of Russia and California, huh? Spain, France and Colombia also have similar ballot choices. The Libertarian Parties of various states also have "none of the above" in their bylaws. I also came across a group called Citizens Against Mediocrity in Politics (what a great name, is there anything but mediocrity in politics now?) also known as (CAMP) . This is a group that supports a 28th Amendment to the Constitution that would add "none of the above" to all federal election ballots. You can also purchase clothing that touts witty slogans such as the one that I used for the title of this blog, no I didn't think of it myself, but damn I wish that I had. There was legislation introduced in 2007 in the Massachusetts House of Representatives as well as in the Senate that calls for the option of "None of the above;For a new election". There are several states that have legislation introduced about this, more information can be found here .
For what seemed to me as being a novel idea, there is an undercurrent here that is building. I think that the support that Ron Paul received is evident of that. I think that there is a long way to go before we actually get to vote for none of the above in a presidential election. I think the functional equivalent for now is just staying home (all you apathetic Americans who don't appreciate your right to vote! Wait, what? Voting is NOT a right, it's a PRIVILEGE allowed by the states? Hmm, that's another blog). As I was saying there is a steep mountain to climb for this idea to truly gain ground, but the same is said about the Fairtax, and I am an ardent supporter of that as well. I guess that I just root for the underdog, the REAL underdog. Not the mutts, the strays, and the bitches. You can figure out for yourself whether that was an analogy to the current crop of candidates, and if it is, you get double points if you can accurately match the candidate with the correct comparison. Think of it as Double Jeopardy...because it kinda is!

Daily's- April 3rd, 2008

Today in US and World History
In 1948, President Truman signed into law the Marshall Plan, designed to help European allies rebuild after World War II and resist Communism. Wish we had rooted ‘em all out here in the States

Rock on!!!

What the GOP can learn from the 1948 Revenue Act.

Witchcraftery and soothsaying – predicting the weather ….HA!!

Selective Protesting (it all selective)-Protesting the Bear Sterns Bailout “Help Main Street, not Wall Street”- Notice the last line-“ Homeowners, that's more than $1 trillion (in mortgage debt), you're crazy," another man in a suit screamed- now that is a story aimed at stiring up class warfare and hatred for the “supposed rich”.

13 whole minutes? Gawd! That’s an awfully long time!

Gubment sanctioned school skipping so students can attend a “Gun Control Rally”

Speaking of Gubment education : Report: Less Than 50 Percent Of High School Students Graduate In 17 Of U.S.'s Largest Cities

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Sharin' the Love

Yesterday "big oil executives" were asked by two members of Congress to share share their windfall profits with the poor people of this country in order to help them with their heating bills in the winter and the costs that they will incur for transportation this summer. Olympia Snowe (R) of Maine and Jack Reed (D) of Rhode Island now apparently believe that it is the responsibility of private companies to support the poor and underprivileged of America. Windfall, windfall, windfall, forget that the profit margins have not increased, let's demogogue the profits that Hillary wants to take away and help support her socialistic plan for this country. Of course private companies should assist the downtrodden, it takes a village right? This problem has gone far beyond the limitations of government, so now let's put the yoke of government entitlements around the necks of private companies. This kind of idiocy is moving this country into dangerous territory, even more dangerous than we are in now economically. Of course this request was couched as a voluntary program (for now anyway), and the execs responded by saying that they believed that Congressional sponsoring of this handout is more appropriate. Could it be that both are wrong? Wait a minute, doesn't the ever charitable Citgo provide oil at discount prices to poor areas of the country? Come on Hugo, step up the handouts here we got poor people dying on the streets, and starving to death with nowhere to go because they can't afford gasoline. What? Walk? Ride a bike? Is their a government subsidy for that? Well, maybe Exxon will decide to gear up that voluntary program, we should all have a tiger in the tank!

Daily's-April 2nd, 2008

Today in History of the CSA
In 1865, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and most of his Cabinet fled the Confederate capital of Richmond, Va., because of advancing Union forces.

From the peaceful loving religion .....

Stossel on home schooling

Why didn’t we ever hear about this? Politicians wiretapping politicians .... 1st Amendment victory

A survey of so-called "millennials" — those between 21 and 29 — revealed the group overwhelmingly said they support monogamy, marriage, the U.S. Constitution and the military.

Real Hope, Real Change- Bobby Jindal of LA

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

The Punishment Due

Today in a stump speech in Pennsylvania, Obama expounded on his view of abortion. He made the statement that he has two daughters, and he is going to be teaching them morals. He then said that if one of them makes a mistake they should not be punished with a baby! Well this certainly establishes him as the moral authority does it not? Personally, I am pro-choice, but not for the same reason as most pro-choicers or as Barack. I think that this is one of those gray areas that you have to allow for. Incest, rape, instances where the mother's life is jeopardized, etc., in my opinion dictates that abortion should not be outlawed. I certainly would not advocate keeping abortion legalized for use as birth control or when someone, such as one or both of Obama's daughters makes a mistake. In some situations abortions should not be performed, but I have issues with Congress deliberating legislation on this subject.

Back to Obama, he really put his foot in his mouth on this one. Punished with a baby!! So the morality that he will be teaching his daughters is don't take responsibility for your actions. Don't own your "mistakes", learn from them, and then (especially in this example) make something good out of it. There is a great deal of Obama's moral character that can be extrapolated from this idiotic statement, and while the NOW gang and Code Pink may be celebrating this gross irresponsibility, reasonable, intelligent people (which discounts NOW and Code Pink) should be cringeing at the things that continue to come out about this guy. Finally we are starting to get a clearer picture of what goes on in this guy's head, and electing him President of the U.S. is about as irresponsible as his statement. Of course, if he should be elected, voters will actually have to take responsibility for their actions in January '09. There is no abortion or "morning after pill" for elected officials.

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