Thursday, July 30, 2009

White House Beer Bash

This is simple.
There was Gates

There was Crowley

There was beer

And a few ref's

I am sure this is what the left wanted

I don't think it's what they got
You want to know how to end racism ?
Become Americans
Not African-American
Not Indian-American
Not Italian-American
Or any other variation.
And another thing, stop thinking you are a victim because of what you look like.
If you are wrong, then admit it.
Giving respect gets respect back no matter what color you are

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Enough Of This

The 911 call

The police dispatch

The police report

Then the charges were dropped

We know what Obama said

We know what the police department had to say

We saw Obama try to clean up his mess

Next we move to the beer summit.

Yeah, lets all have a beer and make it all better.

Bottom line ? Gates was wrong.

But before we gloss over the incident, let's be sure we take a good look at Obama staring at the cameras and show us all who he really is.

A racist

Yup, I said it

Wait a minute, a racist based on what he said about the arrest of a black man ?

Well that, and what he said in the past

His campaign "officially reported": 'He [Obama] will visit Hawaii in December, instead of going to Hawaii this weekend [for the funeral], he is staying home in Chicago all weekend "so he can rest". -- in regards to his white grandmothers funeral

"That hate hadn’t gone away,' he wrote, 'blaming' white people — some cruel, some ignorant, sometimes a single face, sometimes just a faceless image of a system claiming power over our lives." --"From Dreams of My Father" by Barack Hussein Obama

"I ceased to advertise my mother's race at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites" -- Dreams of My Father

"There were enough of us on campus to constitute a tribe, and when it came to hanging out, many of us chose to function like a tribe, staying close together, traveling in packs. . . It remained necessary to prove which side you were on, to show your loyalty to the black masses, to strike out and name names" --- Barack Hussein Obama from Dreams of My Father

"I found solice in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother's race" -- Barack Hussein Obama from Dreams of My Father

"The emotion between the races could never be pure,” “Even love was tarnished by the desire to find in the other some element that was missing in ourselves. Whether we sought out our demons or salvation, the other race would always remain just that: menacing, alien, and apart." -- Dreams of My Father

"There was something about him that made me wary,” Obama wrote. "A little too sure of himself, maybe. And white" -- Dreams of My Father

Go ahead, blast me in my comments, but that's my opinion and I am still entitled to it.
Obama has lied to us, has tried to transform us, and is working to destroy capitalism and the American dream.

I still stand with those that have common sense

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Cap & Trade Disgrace

Cap & trade.
Another power grab by the Obama group, and another plan to send more people into unemployment and line the pockets of the Obama supporters.

Democrat Senator Byron Dorgan

Democrat Senator John Dingel

Democrat and President B.H. Obama

Lets see now.
Cap & trade just a big tax.
Cap & trade will raise our utility bills.
Obama says our electric bills would skyrocket.
We do not even know for sure if global warming is even real.
This is just another way to shake he American public down for more money.
Here is a simple explanation of what all this Cap & Trade is

A fellow blogger that I visit, The Obamanation of America recently ran this post....

Sign The Cap And Trade Petition
Senator Jim Webb and Senator Mark Warner,We the people of the State of Virginia and the United States of America are opposed to the implementation of Cap and Trade. We believe that if passed, this bill will raise our energy costs by as much as $3000 dollars. We as citizens believe that this bill has nothing in it to preserve/help the environment and instead uses false science to advance big government. We are not fooled by this secret tax upon us and wish for it to be struck down immediately. Please vote NO on the Cap and Trade Senate Bill and support the people who vastly oppose this bill.Here is the link to sign it:

You can find his blog here

I have signed, and also have spoken directly to my state representatives and found that we share the same views on the Cap & Trade bill.

My friends, we must make the people in DC remember that they work for us, and that they need to listen to what we say, or they can start looking for another job.
The 2010 elections will prove it

Friday, July 24, 2009


This is what I read today, thought it was interesting.

Fellow Americans,
Please know: I am Black; I grew up in the segregated South. I did not vote for Barack Obama; I wrote in Ron Paul's name as my choice for president. Most importantly, I am not race-conscious. I do not require a Black president to know that I am a person of worth, and that life is worth living.
I do not require a Black president to love the ideal of America .I cannot join you in your celebration.
I feel no elation. There is no smile on my face. I am not jumping with joy. There are no tears of triumph in my eyes.
For such emotions and behavior to come from me, I would have to deny all that I know about the requirements of human flourishing and survival - all that I know about the history of the United States of America , all that I know about American race relations, and all that I know about Barack Obama as a politician.
I would have to deny the nature of the "change" that Obama asserts has come to America .Most importantly, I would have to abnegate my certain understanding that you have chosen to sprint down the road to serfdom that we have been on for over a century.
I would have to pretend that individual liberty has no value for the success of a human life.
I would have to evade your rejection of the slender reed of capitalism on which your success and mine depend.
I would have to think it somehow rational that 94 percent of the 12 million Blacks in this country voted for a man because he looks like them (that Blacks are permitted to play the race card), and that they were joined by self-declared "progressive" whites who voted for him because he doesn't look like them.
I would have to wipe my mind clean of all that I know about the kind of people who have advised and taught Barack Obama and will fill posts in his administration - political intellectuals like my former colleagues at the Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government.
I would have to believe that "fairness" is the equivalent of justice.
I would have to believe that a man who asks me to "go forward in a new spirit of service, in a new service of sacrifice," is speaking in my interest.
I would have to accept the premise of a man that economic prosperity comes from the "bottom up," and who arrogantly believes that he can will it into existence by the use of government force.
I would have to admire a man who thinks the standard of living of the masses can be improved by destroying the most productive and the generators of wealth.
Finally, Americans, I would have to erase from my consciousness the scene of 125,000 screaming, crying, cheering people in Grant Park, Chicago , irrationally chanting "Yes We Can!" Finally, I would have to wipe all memory of all the times I have heard politicians, pundits, journalists, editorialists, bloggers and intellectuals declare that capitalism is dead - and no one, including especially Alan Greenspan, objected to their assumption that the particular version of the anti-capitalistic mentality that they want to replace with their own version of anti-capitalism is anything remotely equivalent to capitalism.
So you have made history, Americans. You and your children have elected a Black man to the office of the president of the United States , the wounded giant of the world.
The battle between John Wayne and Jane Fonda is over - and that Fonda won.
Eugene McCarthy and George McGovern must be very happy men. Jimmie Carter, too. And the Kennedys have at last gotten their Kennedy look-a-like.
The self-righteous welfare statists in the suburbs can feel warm moments of satisfaction for having elected a Black person.
So, toast yourselves: 60s countercultural radicals, 80s yuppies and 90s bourgeois bohemians.
Toast yourselves, Black America .
Shout your glee Harvard, Princeton , Yale, Duke, Stanford, and Berkeley.
You have elected not an individual who is qualified to be president, but a Black man who, like the pragmatist Franklin Roosevelt, promises to - Do Something!
You now have someone who has picked up the baton of Lyndon Johnson's Great Society.
But you have also foolishly traded your freedom and mine - what little there is left - for the chance to feel good.
There is nothing in me that can share your happy obliviousness.

I thought to myself, Who wrote this ?

ANNE WORTHAM – American Educator
Anne Wortham is Associate Professor of Sociology at Illinois State University and continuing Visiting Scholar at Stanford University 's Hoover Institution.
She is a member of the American Sociological Association and the American Philosophical Association.
She has been a John M. Olin Foundation Faculty Fellow, and honored as a Distinguished Alumni of the Year by the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education.
In fall 1988 she was one of a select group of intellectuals who were featured in Bill Moyer's television series, "A World of Ideas." The transcript of her conversation with Moyers has been published in his book, “A World of Ideas”.
Dr. Wortham is author of "The Other Side of Racism: A Philosophical Study of Black Race Consciousness" which analyzes how race consciousness is transformed into political strategies and policy issues.
She has published numerous articles on the implications of individual rights for civil rights policy, and is currently writing a book on theories of social and cultural marginality.
Recently, she has published articles on the significance of multiculturalism and Afrocentricism in education, the politics of victimization and the social and political impact of political correctness.
Shortly after an interview in 2004, she was awarded tenure.

Sounds like a really smart woman.
Too bad many people will not get the chance to hear what she has to say, thats why I posted a piece of her article here.
Makes you think, that is, makes those of us that still can think for themselves

Saturday, July 18, 2009

The Flow Chart

For those of you that do not know, this is a flow chart that the Republicans have released concerning the lefts health care program.
This was put together to show people how the plan would work, to help people understand how the administration wants to manage health care.

The Dem's are crying foul, claiming that the process is not nearly as complicated as this.
Republicans are claiming that the chart mirrors the plan exactly, and has been " dumbed down " a little to keep it from being so cluttered
Hopefully you took the time to watch the video, and saw the " health choices commission " in the lower center of the chart
These are the appointed group that will play God and decide life or death
Dem's say this is a better alternative to what we have now.
Who in their right mind would think that this is a better plan ?
And who wants to rely on a left wing appointed group to determine if you can have the medicine or treatment you need to live ?
I call and email daily to voice my opinion that this plan is not right, and I tell whoever answers when I do that the left wing should be ashamed.
There has got to be a better way to handle health care, and before anyone says it, yes, the Republicans and Independents offered ideas but the left would not listen.
Go ahead, anyone, tell me this is not the biggest mistake in health care ever done.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Bush Didn't Do this

What the hell is this ?
Its a freaking joke that's what it is.
I can't believe the Dem's would roll this garbage out and expect anyone to think it is a solution

What a waste.
Admit it Dem's, you people are looking more stupid every day.
You know what I am waiting for ? Someone to say " George Bush caused this ! He made us all stupid ! It's his fault ! "
Anyone, and I mean anyone that can get on a blog and defend this mess is an absolute idiot.

This is what we have leading this mess. The grand and wonderful pair.
Yeah right, not a brain between them
Its a good thing they are on the way out, no one will vote for these two idiots next election cycle

And this waste of breath.
Come on, we all know she got the job from Obama so she would keep her mouth shut about something Obama did not want told
There is your argument there Dem's. Get on here and tell everyone I am wearing a tinfoil hat and trying to start a conspiracy.
You poor blind Kool-Aid zombies would hold hands and jump off a bridge if Obama told you too

One more blast before I go take a pill for the headache I have from all this stupidity
This one here should be put on a rail and run right out of DC and dropped in the Potomac. Let him float out to the bay and into the ocean. Maybe Gilligan will pick him up and take him somewhere because he has no business making decisions and spending money that will affect my life.
None of the idiots should be allowed to spend another dime, or make another decision.
No one voted for this, you voted for an empty box from a bunch of snake oil salesmen.
Obama lied to you, he lied to me, and is forcing his agenda on us.
You know what Dem's ?
I am tired of telling you people to wake up.
Stay in your Kool-Aid stupor and continue follow Obama, hoping to get a whiff of the gas that comes from the crap he is full of. continue to become weak, lose your freedoms, and become dependant on the government
We will remain strong, self reliant, prepared to defend, and completely unforgiving of what you voted in, and what you caused to happen to our Country
2010 can't get here soon enough

Monday, July 13, 2009

Giving Me A Headache

What is it Bob ?
I am not an O'zombie, so what I say about Obama's plans must be wrong
In the clip, you heard it out of his own mouth.
Maybe that clip was not credible because it was from the Fox News Channel
OK then what about a publication that is more Obama friendly ?
Would you agree with something from the New York Times ?
Back in April, Obama was interviewed by David Leonhardt that touched on a few interesting topics, and most of all he asked about health care
Take a look

NYT: You have suggested that health care is now the No. 1 legislative priority. It seems to me this is only a small generalization — to say that the way the medical system works now is, people go to the doctor; the doctor tells them what treatments they need; they get those treatments, regardless of cost or, frankly, regardless of whether they’re effective. I wonder if you could talk to people about how going to the doctor will be different in the future; how they will experience medical care differently on the other side of health care reform.
First of all, I do think consumers have gotten more active in their own treatments in a way that’s very useful. And I think that should continue to be encouraged, to the extent that we can provide consumers with more information about their own well-being — that, I think, can be helpful.
I have always said, though, that we should not overstate the degree to which consumers rather than doctors are going to be driving treatment, because, I just speak from my own experience, I’m a pretty-well-educated layperson when it comes to medical care; I know how to ask good questions of my doctor. But ultimately, he’s the guy with the medical degree. So, if he tells me, You know what, you’ve got such-and-such and you need to take such-and-such, I don’t go around arguing with him or go online to see if I can find a better opinion than his.
And so, in that sense, there’s always going to be an asymmetry of information between patient and provider. And part of what I think government can do effectively is to be an honest broker in assessing and evaluating treatment options. And certainly that’s true when it comes to Medicare and Medicaid, where the taxpayers are footing the bill and we have an obligation to get those costs under control.

He thinks the Government can be an honest broker in assessing and evaluating treatment options. This statement tells me that the government will have the power to choose which treatment you will be allowed to have.

Now would this apply to everyone, Probably not. I am inclined to think that some people would get " special treatment "
Obama stated " Now, I actually think that the tougher issue around medical care — it’s a related one — is what you do around things like end-of-life care "
Who will make the determination of when end of life care begins ?
If a doctor tells you that a family member has 2 months, or 6 months left to live, will the " appointed panel " decide that it is too late for any further care ?
Obama said this about his own situation

Exactly. And I just recently went through this. I mean, I’ve told this story, maybe not publicly, but when my grandmother got very ill during the campaign, she got cancer; it was determined to be terminal. And about two or three weeks after her diagnosis she fell, broke her hip. It was determined that she might have had a mild stroke, which is what had precipitated the fall.
So now she’s in the hospital, and the doctor says, Look, you’ve got about — maybe you have three months, maybe you have six months, maybe you have nine months to live. Because of the weakness of your heart, if you have an operation on your hip there are certain risks that — you know, your heart can’t take it. On the other hand, if you just sit there with your hip like this, you’re just going to waste away and your quality of life will be terrible.
And she elected to get the hip replacement and was fine for about two weeks after the hip replacement, and then suddenly just — you know, things fell apart.
I don’t know how much that hip replacement cost. I would have paid out of pocket for that hip replacement just because she’s my grandmother. Whether, sort of in the aggregate, society making those decisions to give my grandmother, or everybody else’s aging grandparents or parents, a hip replacement when they’re terminally ill is a sustainable model, is a very difficult question. If somebody told me that my grandmother couldn’t have a hip replacement and she had to lie there in misery in the waning days of her life — that would be pretty upsetting.
And it’s going to be hard for people who don’t have the option of paying for it.
So that’s where I think you just get into some very difficult moral issues. But that’s also a huge driver of cost, right?
I mean, the chronically ill and those toward the end of their lives are accounting for potentially 80 percent of the total health care bill out here.
So how do you — how do we deal with it?
Well, I think that there is going to have to be a conversation that is guided by doctors, scientists, ethicists. And then there is going to have to be a very difficult democratic conversation that takes place. It is very difficult to imagine the country making those decisions just through the normal political channels. And that’s part of why you have to have some independent group that can give you guidance. It’s not determinative, but I think has to be able to give you some guidance. And that’s part of what I suspect you’ll see emerging out of the various health care conversations that are taking place on the Hill right now.

There you go.
He does not say that the government would not be involved in what treatment would be available to people, he said that a group would discuss the chronically ill and those at the end of their lives.
A group of doctors, scientists, and ethicist appointed by who ?
If it is a government plan, then the government would be the ones that will assemble the people that determine who gets what care
and this would be the beginning, how long would it take before they debate on what treatments would be available for people over age 40, and people over age 30
Obama wants to cut costs by limiting coverage to the sick and dieing, then who will he deny treatment to so that he can save some dollars ?
Autistic children ?
People who have lost a limb ?
The blind ?

Sunday, July 12, 2009


I read a post over at the BoBo files this morning and it really put into perspective where our once great nation is today
Have a look at the clip he posted

It is just unbelievable that any organization, including the ACLU would even think about removing this symbol

We need God

The Declaration Of Independence was based the Bible.
The founding fathers thought that you could not even call yourself an American if you were to subvert the word of God.
I am by no means a preacher, but years ago when we fought off tyranny, fought off unfair taxes, and chose to be free, God and the Bible lit the path.
Faith has gotten us this far, maybe it is time to bring God back
Leave the monument alone, dis ban the ACLU, and bring religion back

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Here It Is

Sorry to re-post this clip of the Obama health care infomercial, but one of the brilliant Dems missed it the last time.

It's not his fault, we all know that not much light gets gets in the back of the chosen ones pants.

I posted this clip because it has Obama telling us that the government thinks that a pill would be better than other, more expensive alternatives in some cases. It means they will decide who gets what treatment

I can only think that he did find it, and ignored what was said, and replaced the words with some happy talk

Health care is just one of the power grabs that the government is up to, and I cant think of any good reason why the Obama supporters are standing behind any of this

Why did Obama not want people like these to ask questions about his health care plan ?

Maybe that's why.

I have an uncle. He is the closest person to being my dad that I will ever have. He is coming up on the big 70 and I would do anything to keep him around.

He is retired from the government, and is back working for a contractor doing what he was doing before. Still cuts his grass, still chases the women around, and walks around in pain every minute of the day because of his bad knees

I will be taking him to the hospital in August to have them replaced, because regardless of his age, and some other age related health problems, he wants to continue to live his life, for as long as he has it.

I agree, and think that even though those replacements may get 4 or 5 or hopefully 50 years of service, he deserves the chance

Would the government agree, or hand him some pain pills ?

Friday, July 10, 2009

Lies, Lies, And More Lies !

I see, it was all a lie.

Poor innocent Nancy was lied to

Yeah right, politics at work

Did you catch Mike Rogers this morning on MSNBC ?

Did you see him on Glenn Beck this afternoon ?

Political theater ?

Panetta did comment after Pelosi made her comment

I love that line, " The distraction that the Republicans want to cause "

Are we done with these clowns yet ?

2010 can't get here soon enough

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Lot 2 Learn

If you have been keeping up with the post's and comments between a fellow blogger and myself, you would know that no grey area exists between the views of the left and right
In a few comments, I have been once again called racist, and in so many words, just plain stupid.
Am I the only one that has a lot to learn ?
Could I be completely wrong in thinking that this Obama government is making some very bad decisions ?
Where is the transparency that we were promised, and why are we only hearing one side of all the issues that face us ?

An "open forum " that was to have unsolicited questions, right ?
I really want to know all sides of the debate, not just what our government wants us to hear
And the health care infomercial, what the heck was that ?

I may have a lot to learn, but I do know that there is more than one side to any debate, especially to one that would give the government the ability to deny treatment to some people because of the cost. The idea of pick and choose for treatment sounds extremely biased, and Obama said out of his own mouth that maybe a pill would be better than surgery.
You can't take that out of context

This is shocking to me, with all I read about " disgruntled Republicans " out there doing everything they can to block all the good that the Democrats are trying to do for us.
Many would call it grandstanding, but how many of these people that voted for this even read it ?
And was it not to be posted on the web for the American people to read for 5 days ?
What happened to that ?
This one project that Obama wants for us would mean more taxes and more job loss

Wait a minute, what did Obama tell everyone on the campaign trail ?????

It seems that Obama lied about the taxes

It seems that we are not being told all there is about his health care plan
The security of our nation is important to me, and I believe that we should stay on the defensive at all times.
Protests in Iran, and threats from North Korea are troubling to all of us

Could it be that Obama does not really know what to do ?
Is his lack of experience starting to show ?
Remember this from last year ?

One comment was made that I really did not have anything to say, and that I was misinformed.
Let me tell you what I know

Our government has gotten to big, and it is completely out of control

Selling out to China and other countries is a mistake

I do not believe in global warming theories

I believe Americans should be armed, and have the ability to protect themselves from any threat

I believe that God does exist

I believe that it is time to drill for oil and gas in our own country

I believe I will be called names, and branded many things for saying these things, but will never be afraid to do so