An Ol' Broad's Ramblings
1. Yesterday, it was voting day in several states. Most notably, the recall nonsense in Wisconsin. Naturally, Governor Scott Walker won the Republican side, in what can only be called a major landslide against some guy no one has ever heard of, and from what I’ve been told, is a faux Republican. The Dems do that a lot up there….run a guy on the R side just to dilute the vote. Then, they have dummy voters cross over and vote for the phony candidate. Yep…those WI Dems are all about honor and integrity alright. I don’t think it worked out too well for them though this time, with Walker taking 97%. On the Dem side, Tom Barrett, mayor of Milwaukee, and loser in the last gubernatorial race against Walker, is now the libtard/progressive/socialist/commie candidate. And contrary to what you’ve heard, there is FRAUD in Wisconsin. I know of several incidents in the past where even so called educators encouraged college students to vote both from their home residence, and from their school residence.
2. Next, we have North Carolina.
North Carolina voters elected to change the state constitution on Tuesday, prohibiting any union outside of a marriage between a man and a woman from being recognized in the state.
A long time ago, I didn’t think such a thing would be necessary. I felt that it was just plain ol’ common sense. I was wrong. No, I am NOT anti-gay. I’m pro God. People really do need to figure out the difference. The rabid activists aren’t fighting for ‘equal rights’, which we all already have, they are fighting against society, and for the destruction of civilization. Sounds kind of broad based, but there it is in a nutshell. There are people I love dearly, who just happen to be gay. I can still love them and not approve of their choices. Nor do I judge them. That’s not my job.
People have spoken out against recognizing “gay marriage” all across the country, with their vote. Yet along comes some ‘activist judge’, who thinks the will of the people should be struck down. One person, or a panel of individual judges, decide that people are too stupid, and don’t have the right to decide what is right, and what is wrong. Take a look at California. The people voted overwhelmingly against recognizing same sex ‘marriages’, but some judge struck down their vote. Is it any wonder that people are disgusted with the courts, and believe their vote means nothing? The majority of the country has laws against such unions. The more liberal, aka run by Democrats, and likely in debt states, have had judges who have ruled against the people.
3. We mustn’t forget about the long term RINO senator from Indiana who went down in flames against a CONSERVATIVE opponent! The dude is 80 years old fer the love of pete. Way past time for him to go home….wherever home is, cuz it’s NOT in Indiana. That 61% who voted for Murdock sent quite a loud message. People are real tired of compromising with those who want to destroy the country. Ya don’t compromise with the enemy. And y’know, that’s pretty much what the OTHER side of the aisle is made up of….enemies of the people, and the country. sigh… More than sad….quite dangerous!
4. And this item was my very favorite!
Just how unpopular is President Barack Obama in some parts of the country? Enough that a man in prison in Texas is getting 4 out of 10 votes in West Virginia’s Democratic presidential primary.
The inmate, Keith Judd, is serving time at the Beaumont Federal Correctional Institution in Texas for making threats at the University of New Mexico in 1999. With 93 percent of precincts reporting, Obama was receiving just under 60 percent of the vote to Judd’s 40 percent.