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Archive for 18 March 2010

Prep Work

18 March 2010, 11:09 pm. 8 Comments. Filed under Opinion.

When I say hold still, don’t move…. I mean HOLD STILL! DON’T MOVE! sigh….

If ya hadn’t noticed, I’m a bit busy. :D

And no, Chris, I’m not tellin’ ya till I’m good and ready! :P

A Statement On Our Society

18 March 2010, 11:17 am. Comments Off. Filed under Opinion, Pond Scum.

I was reading a couple of items on the CNN site, when I noticed something on the side.

Most popular news stories right now?

The news of Sandra Bullock’s family problems overshadows the evil perpetrated by the Taliban on Afghan women?

What does this say about us?  Or is it just that CNN readers/viewers are so freakin’ shallow, that they don’t give a damn what happens to Muslim women, all around the world (including right here in the U.S.), but seeing a conservative leaning Hollywood type’s marriage hit the skids tops their list of must have information?

Yeah.  I’m disgusted!  Disgusted that so many women in this country have decided baby murder is ok!  Disgusted that so called “women’s groups” speak ONLY for lib>progressive>socialist>commie women.  Disgusted at the deafening silence over such abuse of women goes on daily!  Disgusted!  Period!

A Copy & Paste

18 March 2010, 9:02 am. Comments Off. Filed under Opinion.

All the sick folks, and sad stories being paraded by the Obama administration have a back story as well. The Dems have quite a history of exploiting people, especially children, for their own gains. A child losing his mother is sure to pull the heart strings, no matter what. However, they just might want to realize we have the ability to do a bit of searching on our own.  Never minimize the child’s loss, but damn sure don’t use that child as a stage prop to spread lies!  That’s beyond reprehensible.  The Dems have been USING human beings for decades (centuries, actually) now.  They still promote slavery!  It just doesn’t involved a physical auction block anymore.  I’d say this was a new low for Democrats, but this is actually a habit!

ObamaCare Could Cost Me My life
by J.D. Longstreet

Below is a piece I wrote back in 2008.

As we near crunch time in the US Congress on the passage of ObamaCare, I hope this article will serve as a reminder to the millions of Americans who suffer chronic diseases and depend mightily upon the current healthcare system in America for their life. It is a reminder that ObamaCare is a matter of life and death for many of us — yours truly included.

Read on…

In Other Words….

18 March 2010, 8:14 am. Comments Off. Filed under Congress, Economy, Feckless Weasels, Opinion, Politics, Pond Scum, Socialism, The ONE.

….they’re all a bunch of lying, low life, sacks of male bovine excrement, bottom feeders! But, I’m repeating myself, aren’t I. :?

What the Senate Bill Would Do To America
The Foundry

Another day, another no-show for the Obamacare reconciliation bill. House Democrats were quick to shift blame to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) with Rep. Robert Andrews telling The Hill that the delay “has been much more technical than substantive. … It’s not like what tax has to go or what spending has to go.” Which is an interesting claim, since Politico reported that AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka was summoned to the White House yesterday afternoon “to discuss a higher-than-expected excise tax on some health care plans.” In fact, Politico added: “A labor source said Trumka’s meeting would focus on the entire bill, not just the excise tax question.” Sounds like more than just technical details are still in flux.

Read on…

Where is the LEFT’S Outrage?

18 March 2010, 7:44 am. 15 Comments. Filed under Politics, Socialism, video.

Oh, but THAT’S different! Uh…how? One wanted to keep our nation safe from terrorists, the other wants to spy on it’s own citizens. Y’all need to pick a side.  Are you FOR America, and Americans?  Or do you identify with those who would whack your head off?  Seriously!  I’m really starting to miss Bush. Shoot, I’m even starting to miss Clinton! At least Clinton was semi rational. :?