Friday, February 26, 2010

January was the hottest month ever

Can someone tell these idiots we all know it's a freaking hoax. Global warming is for the kool-aide drinkers.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Brown helps Reid win on jobs bill -

Brown helps Reid win on jobs bill -

Senator Brown is a "sell-out." He doesn't get it. Government does not create jobs. It's the private sector. Who does Brown think will continue to pay for these "so-called" jobs created by the government? It's us the American tax payor. What an idiot!

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

The Big Question: Has the stimulus helped? - The Hill's Congress Blog

The Big Question: Has the stimulus helped? - The Hill's Congress Blog

I wouldn't listen to these independent analysis. They are in the tank for Obama. The question remains. The stimulus package signed last year has not been totally used. When they say it saved jobs, why signed a $787 billion bill if we only use only less than 1/3 of it? Also, why are the Democrat Congress asking for more money for job creation? The stimulus did not work. Just like global warming, Congress is lying to us!

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Miss Me Yet?

There is a billboard along I-35 near Wyoming, Minn., with a huge photo of former president George W. Bush and this question: "Miss Me Yet?"
For the Obama voters, any regrets?

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Tim Tebow Versus the Pro-Choice Movement

For Super Bowl Sunday next week, CBS agreed to run a commercial from a conservative Christian group Focus on the Family featuring Tim Tebow. Now, this commercial will be telling a story how Tim Tebow’s mom rejected medical advice to abort her difficult pregnancy, and gave birth to a son, who soon became to be one of the greatest collegiate quarterback for the University of Florida.

Tim Tebow was born in the Philippines and was raised by missionary parents with deep conservative Christian values. He grew up to win the Heisman Trophy in 2007 and lead the University of Florida (Gators) to two national titles. This incredible and courageous individual, who is not afraid to talk about God and Christianity, also took the Gators to win the 2009 Sugar Bowl. Since Tebow is recognized throughout the football world, he is in the spotlight that he is not familiar.

There are feminist and pro-choice movements up in arms in protest against the ad, calling on CBS to pull it. As you can see, many liberals are looking at this as an anti-abortion ad, which it is not.

I do not see pro-choice as an abortion movement. Yes, it gives an option for the mother to abort the unborn child, but on the flip-side, it does give the choice for the mother to keep the unborn child too. So, it seems totally idiotic for a movement to have a “hissy fit” because a mother choosing to keep the unborn child. Am I right or am I missing something? Am I understanding these Liberal loons believe being pro-choice as being pro-abortion?

I have to agree that abortion activists are misguided to jump the gun when they feel it is expedient to rant their stupid cause. This ad should praise the choice that Pam Tebow did as she was protecting the right of women to make a choice about their reproductive parts.

So, shame on you National Organization for Women (NOW) and Women’s Media Center (WMC) for minimizing the birth of Tim Tebow. This is the Super Bowl. Tim Tebow is a legend to University of Florida as Obama is to the Liberal loons. To claim that this ad being use in a sporting event will divide than to unite the nation is preposterous. Ladies, please get a grip! I bet none of them understand football and the accomplishments Tim Tebow has given to the sport. The ad should be a celebratory achievement to one of the great quarterbacks in college football history.

Am I to understand that these Liberal organizations are bothered by the message from the ad? So what if Pam Tebow made the decision to go through the pregnancy against medical advice. We wouldn’t have witness four fantastic years of great college football at the University of Florida with Tim Tebow there if his mother went against doctors’ recommendation.

Go Gators!

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Rahm Emanuel Drop the F-Bomb to Liberal Groups

Last August, White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel attended a weekly strategy session with liberal groups. Certain groups said they were planning to air ads attacking conservative Blue Dog Democrats who were opposing at Mr. Obama's health-care overhaul. Emanuel called them 'F**king retarded!' He warned them not to alienate lawmakers whose votes would be needed on health care and other top legislative items.

Even though there are those who wanted him terminated; but looking at it closely, was he wrong saying that to these liberal groups? If it quacks like duck and walks like a duck, then it is a duck.

We Will Always Have a Two Party System

We will always have a two party system in the United States. We will always have a Republican Party and a Democrat Party. In the past several decades, a new party system had emerged and it is called the Independent Party. Honestly, I call it the confused party. Yes, I know I will be pissing a lot of people off, but I really don’t give a “rats-ass!” This so-called party is a party of expediency. These people representing the Independent Party are a mass of disgruntled Republicans and Democrats looking for a place to share a common view. The common view of these misguided folks is looking for a cafeteria style of politics. It is the picking and choosing of certain views that fits how they feel at a given moment.

It is this third party that brought this liberal president into power. I don’t blame Obama for being who he is, but I do blame the Independent Party who voted this has-been into office. And do you know what? Many of these Independent voters are now in buyers-remorse. DUH!

Overall, in this political environment, there are currently 49 percent of Americans identified themselves as true Democrats or Independent leaning Democrats; while 41 percent identified themselves as true Republicans or Republican in Name Only (RHINO or Independent Voters who think they are Republican). Nationally, only 15 percent of voters declared themselves as true Independent, with no lean. But honestly, I really feel there are more Independents than what is actually reported. Also, I believe that the Independent Voters are really closeted Democrats. Keeping in mind with the 2008 elections, I must reiterate that it was the Independents that put Obama in office. Even in the recent Massachusetts special election, the breakdown of voters were 49 percent Independent, 35 percent were Democrats, and 13 percent were Republican.

I have to boldly say that the American people are very complacent, pragmatic, and stubborn. Whether Republican or Democrat, when they hear someone talking about a particular issue that concerns them on that particular day, they would likely lean that way. Those who cannot choose because it conflicts their personal ideology are describe as the Independent Party. If only they had the “chutzpah” and stick with their true conviction, then we would be in a better world. I don’t care if you choose to be a Democrat or Republican. Just choose. If you believe in a totally different ideology, then identify with that party. We have the Communist Party, Whig Party, and the Green Party, just to name a few. The Independent Party is like the Libertarian Party. It is nothing that we haven’t seen, but they put an ironic twist to their ideology, which makes them unique.

Keep in mind that majority of American are conservative in nature. In fact, we live more conservatively than being reckless or taking undue risk. I wouldn’t micromanage your life as the Democrats would; but rather, I would look for long term goals with short term fixes like the Republicans. In fact, 40 percent of Americans view themselves as conservative, 36 percent as moderate, and 21% liberal.

If you can define conservatives as Republican, moderates as Independent, and liberals as Democrat, I wonder why there are more people describe themselves as Democrats. Weird! I would say most American don’t know what they really want or misinformed of a particular party.

But like I said earlier, we have a two party system and I don’t think that will ever change. If you really want to see another party be viable in this political spectrum, then you will have to wait for another generation to see one come to fruition. Trying to make a party up because you don’t like one particular view is wrong and dangerous. Look at the result of the 2008 presidential election to know what I mean.