Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Anti-Capitalism pisses me off...

Since Christmas (that's the big holiday- for you fascist liberals) we've been pointing fingers and playing the blame game about this attempted terrorist act. Thank God it was only attempted. But, however you deal the cards, this is our government's fault. I don't care if it was the CIA, FBI, DHS, or Napolitano or Obama, the point is, it's our fault for allowing the government to control too much. I keep hearing that if a or b or c would have been in place by the NTSB or whatever stupid acronym is in charge of flight issues, this wouldn't have happened. I think rather, if the idiotic acronyms didn't exist, it wouldn't have happened. If free market were unimpeded in the airline industry, each airline would be responsible for the safety of its customers. Then, there would be someone to blame. Also, if they were in charge, there would be no questions about it, there would be full body scans of all passengers, maybe even dogs sniffing each and every passenger before they board the plane. Why? Because it is their business at stake, their name at stake, and IF something "untoward" happened, they'd lose business, and probably their entire business. They'd also tell people that wanted to buy tickets for their planes how it was, and if they didn't like it, fly with econo-air and take your own chances. The government, while in charge of airline safety, takes no responsibility for "accidents" acts of terrorism or acts of God, and can't be sued penniless for failure to provide what is expected. An airline can and would be. Free market is the answer to the war formerly known as the "war on terror". It is what Islamic jihadists hate the most about our culture, and should be the winning weapon for our side.


Sunday, November 15, 2009

Trial this on for size...

Maybe everyone is jumping a tad too fast to challenge the "NYC trials" of the terrorists from 9-11. When we injure ourselves, we have pain. After that injury, when we do something to aggravate that injury, we remember that we have that pain. Every time we forget, we do something asinine and end up re-injuring ourselves. So, that pain is important. It helps us to keep from doing the same thing over and over and over. I think we as Americans have forgotten the pain and sadness associated with that fateful day. Bringing the terrorists back to the scene of the "crime", and allowing them to spew their anti-American rhetoric, their Wahhabi insanity, and show their lack of remorse, may just remind our great country that we've been hurt, that we still have pain, and can still feel it. It may indeed serve to remind us that we are all Americans, and maybe once again we can bond together in the face of Islamic Extremism like in the post 9-11 USA. Perhaps, this one act of lunacy by our "esteemed" president will work out in our favor.

Side note: I do not agree that these trials should be considered "criminal". They were and continue to be ACTS OF WAR.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

I need a fallout shelter...

What happens when Nadal jacknut Hasan whatever his name is decides to tell the truth about his "rampage". Wait, that won't happen, we can't force him to do anything against his will. But let's imagine for a minute that he does tell us. Let's suppose he tells us that we're infidels, that we support the jews, that his god told him to kill us. Kill the infidels. When those words spew forth, and other rancid filth from the mouth that spake "Allahu Akbar", will it then be a terrorist act? I guess it probably won't. It would be politically incorrect to call a member of our military a terrorist. But mostly I think we can't call an "American" muslim a terrorist. We can't do anything to unpopularize our country in the global world. Let me reminisce of my history lessons. When we were involved in our first war as the USofA, we had no friends. We had France. *Chuckles* France only helped us because they hated England more than bad wine and rotten cheese. We didn't care what Prussia thought, what China thought, what the penguins in the antarctic thought, we were doing what was best for us. Years later we become the greatest country on Earth. We still are, temporarily. The longer we cater to the minority\minorities that want us to bend twist and tiptoe around everything we stand for, the faster we become just another country on this planet. The faster we become poor, miserable, and UNpopular. Remember, there was a time when most of the world loved the good ole USA. We still send more aid to more places than any other country on this planet, whether it has to do with tax credits or not has no bearing, and yet more and more of these "aid accepting" cultures like us less and less. I say screw em. Let em starve. They don't want our help, we'll keep it for ourselves. So now, after years of political correctness, are we more popular? We're about as popular as a hemorrhoid for a sprinter. I don't care if people that I've never met like me. Do you?

On a side note, I am aware of a situation in Philadelphia regarding animal rights activists. It seems that it doesn't matter how little damage they cause up to a point, but as soon as a slogan is used it becomes jurisdiction for the FBI, and an act of "domestic terrorism". Is Allah Akbar a slogan for jihadist Islamist terrorists? You be the judge.

"You can call him Barack Obama, I'll call him 'the reason history will be kind to 'W''" JMF

Saturday, November 7, 2009

I must be crazy.

What motive? Why are we still looking for a motive. He was wearing a prayer robe and towel. He Shouted Allah Akbar! For goodness sake. If someone walked into a crowded room wearing a white sheet and a pointy hat and shot people up, and one, just one black man was killed, would we still be looking for a motive? This is insanity. In this situation do we really need to look for a motive? Will everyone in this country start to hate Muslims because of this man? I don't know, I doubt it. When the lunatic shot all those people at VT he was Asian. Do we hate all Asians? Let's call a spade a spade.

Addendum follows:


New thoughts. Whether or not this "man" is a radical muslim terrorist, I believe we should do our best to keep him alive and in a vegetative state, thereby eliminating the chances of martyrdom and the possibility of 72 virgins. Maybe if instead of killing our "enemy combatants" from now on we continue with this. How many radical Islamists would risk vegetation for their "cause"? Is this a new avenue for cryogenics?

Thursday, November 5, 2009

No Blog...

I was going to discuss a write in cross country campaign, another time. May the Peace that passes all human understanding be with you Fort Hood.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Toddlers for Congress

Is anything productive happening in Congress? Should anything productive happen there? Would toddlers appreciate a socialist state? Can toddlers comprehend socialism?

It seems that Congress (Dems and GOP included) are spending their time arguing about who's pet project receives the most funding rather than listening to the American people. Is that the way it is intended? Do any of our representatives have our best interests at heart? When a majority of the American people want no part of a "single payer" health care policy, why is Congress still crafting models of it? Can Nancy Pelosi hear, or did a botched botox destroy her aural integrity? Does Harry Reid listen, or do the voices in his head drown out millions of taxpaying citizens? I'm convinced that Mr. Obama doesn't care what the people are saying. If he truly has a degree in law with special emphasis on Constitutional Law, then he should know that the will of the people is the law of the land. But, maybe, the degree with emphasis was for a different notion. Perhaps the Constitutional knowledge would also be necessary to work around, rather than within the law, legally. (I only had to write that sentence once, you may have to read a few times) Sun Tsu, a Chinese General, said (a partial quote) "know thy enemy". If your enemy is the Constitution, a law degree with a Constitutional law emphasis, would be invaluable. If your enemy is Mr. Obama, I'm not sure what to study, he changes his mind too often.
Now to the toddlers:
Let's elect toddlers for Congress. They'll work cheap (animal crackers, diapers, juice, milk, etc.) and it will be relatively cheap day care for parents. And, best of all, when the food is handed out in equal parts, they'll fight for more and behave just like the Congresspeople we're used to, showing us just how unrealistic socialism is.


Saturday, October 10, 2009

The UN is a joke

"On Thursday, the U.N. Security Council voted unanimously to extend U.N. authorization for the NATO force in Afghanistan for a year, underlining the importance of protecting civilians at a time when the U.S. and international commitment to the war is under review."

May I quote part of this quote from a AP article I found on Druge? Good, "at a time". Great, this is a time. "when the US and international commitment"... is under review". By who? The freaking UN? Who are they? I don't get it, this "war" has been going on for over 8 years now, and they're still reviewing it? We've had two polar opposite presidents that have both supported it, and wait, did i mention POLAR opposite, and they're still reviewing it? Come on, get real, get a life, find something important to decide on, like what china pattern you want at your next banquet for your next review of your next impending female review. That's important, take your time on Afghanistan, we understand. Of course they voted unanimously, so I suppose it's ok, but would they vote similarly on the female review? The UN is a joke. Can we secede?

PS- I can think of one fantastic reason for Obamacare. How old is Jimmy Carter now? =)

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Question for all...

In bartering societies, which still do exist, and used to exist exclusively in this world, what do\did people with nothing to barter do for food? for healthcare?

Thoughts are welcome, please leave a comment.


Friday, August 14, 2009

I'm endangered, and so are you.

My wife told me today that a number of beaches in the OBX are closed. I was thinking that maybe they were doing some "reconstruction" or "rehabilitation" to make them more inviting. Apparently that's not true. It seems "they" have cordoned off the shore to protect a threatened specie and or species. While I believe that nature is beautiful, and I appreciate nature as much as anyone, I also tend to think of myself as part of nature. Aren't I? Maybe I'm not. Perhaps I'm artificial. Perhaps I'm not subject to "survival of the fittest". Maybe on this particular Earth, in this particular galaxy, in this particular cosmos, in this particular reality, I'm wrong. I'm the one who isn't held to the normal order of nature. I'm above it I suppose. I'm held to a loftier pupose. So perhaps I should yield to the silly freaking bird that wants to make it's nest on a beach I enjoy "shelling" on. But, if I want to be on that beach, and the bird loses, am I not the fittest? I think the Audobon Society, PETA, ALF and all the other ridiculous organizations out there that want to put the "rights" of animals above the rights of people need to realize one thing. PEOPLE are ANIMALS. People are members with full priveleges and rights thereof of KINGDOM ANIMALIA. We are more intelligent (some of us anyway), than the rest of that category, so if that makes us more fit, so be it. Who says that the way things are aren't the way they're supposed to be? Maybe that bird on that beach for that summer on the OBX is the next vector for the next superflu that wipes out mankind. Some things are supposed to be exticnt. Ever imagine what would happen if dinosaurs wanted to be in Tokyo? Oh, wait, you have, Godzilla. My point here is this: There is one and only one of me. There is one and only one of you. I'm endangered, and, you're endangered. I think I'm going to lobby my congressman for protection via the endangered speicies act, and because my senator is a democrat (Spector) I may just get it =).


PS- I wonder if Congress and any of those crazy liberals in those insane animal rights groups can do anything about hurricanes that may destroy the habitat of those aforementioned silly freaking birds...

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Quick Short and Hopefully amusing

I wonder if there are numbers on the back of this outfit? Do POTUS and SotH have ones to match?

They should. Every time I hear Obama/Pelosi talk I feel like filing a charge of attempted rape... of my bank account.

Orange is definitely Hillary's power colour. I spelled that the "british" way on purpose. I'm getting ready for socialism.

Sunday, June 21, 2009


Here's to our government finally taking action we've all been waiting for. I'm glad my tax dollars are hard at work. Government oversight is a good thing. More would be even better. I'm tired of corporations making money because of my stupidity, or rather "our collective" stupidity. It's about time big brother took a stance and "done showed" us what was right and what was wrong. I mean, who knew I might be purchasing a drug? Who knew that for the last hundred years people have been feeding drugs to their toddlers? Thank you big brother. Now I know. Stop eating cheerios people. STOP!!!!!!!! They may contain a drug (whole grain oats). Please stop now before you find yourself stuck in a self deprecating cycle. Whole grain oats are a gateway drug people. Next its metamucil. One day you'll find yourself in the gutter fighting pigeons for the grit on the side of the road. Please stop now. If Mr. Obama has his way, we may find ourselves buying our cereal grains on street corners in the middle of the night on hooker infested boulevards of major cities. It's also possible, those of us who have money (which will become fewer with every day of Obamanomics) will go to the GP begging for scripts for Cheerios. What do you suppose the markup will be for whole grain oats? I imagine that general mills will soon be in a position to sell the cheerio label to Pfizer. Don't we have anything better to do? Doesn't our government have anything more productive to worry about? We've got: terror, war and an economy on the verge of a collapse of "roman" proportions and they spend time worrying about steroids in baseball, sign stealing in football, and whole grain oats in cereal. Sighs. I can't take it anymore. I think I'll just barricade myself in a cave with guns and ammo and live on the bugs and other critters I can catch. I suppose my children will then be at least as antisocial as a "homeschooler", but I'm now not sure who I want them to socialize with these days anyway. Cheerio, Happy hunting.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Squeezing the pig... Or not.

I'm just not ready to divulge the insights of the pig. You'll have to deal with this.

After years of trying to put my finger on the "problem" with this wonderful country, I've finally figured it out. There is one blaring problem with our society. So enormous, so all-encompassing, so draining to our society, to our government, so impossible to live without (for now), that I can't believe it took me this long to figure it out. Everyone in this country, legal, illegal, black, white, red, yellow, living and sometimes dead has probably dealt with elevated blood pressure due to this entity. It costs taxpayers hundreds annually, directly, and perhaps thousands indirectly. It costs the government a possibly astronomical amount of dough. Every year, perhaps every six months or less, they try to raise revenue to "get out of the red". Every year, perhaps every six months it doesn't work. The truth is, it never will. Any guesses?

The USPS is this mucho grande villain. They tempt us with pretty stamps that cost what, $0.42, no wait, that was two weeks ago. Now those same stamps are worthless unless you go and buy a $0.02 stamp to make them work again. I wonder how much it costs to produce a 2 cent stamp? I can't imagine it costs nothing. Lets just imagine that a 2 cent stamp costs 1 cent to print. Then that 2 cent stamp that is only worth 1 cent to the USPS has to be sold to consumers. Someone has to be paid to sell that stamp to the consumer. That person, undoubtedly, is unionized. So, someone making $30 an hour is selling this 2 cent stamp that is only worth 1 cent to the USPS. If the average transaction takes 2 minutes to complete (HAHA) at the Post Office, that employee was just paid $.10 to sell those particular 2 cent stamps. So, just to break even on the 2 cent stamps they have to sell 10 2 cent stamps. Now, if most people are like me, they probably buy as few stamps as they have to because they know they'll be nearly worthless in six months, most people are going to only buy a few at a time. Now, I've been in line at the post office a few times in my life. Not once have I ever been in and out in 2 minutes. Every second that someone is wasting selling a 2 cent stamp puts the USPS further in debt. This is a never ending cycle. The good thing is, if everyone just bought "forever" stamps we could end this cycle in a few years. Buy them now. Don't ever buy a stamp again. What would they do then? If no one needed to buy stamps because they had "forever" stamps, how could they raise revenues?

Now, at the beginning I said that this was the "one" blaring problem with our country. The point is, that if the government has their hands in it, it's going to fail unless they "steal" our money to "bail" it out. It applies to everything the government does. If Chrysler was going to fail before, they're going to descend to the depths of hell now. If Citibank was going to fail before, well, you get the idea. Now, with all that said, who wants government controlled health care?


PS- Apparently the only place you can get a 2 cent stamp is the post office. The sane business entities realize there is no money selling a 2 cent stamp...

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

squeezing the pig will get here... eventually, I promise

Spectator...  Arlen Spectator.

Won't that be amusing. 

That's all.

Go Toomey.

(It's evil, but i found myself wondering the other day if Specter was afraid of Toomey because it was so close to "tumor".)

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

squeezing the pig (coming soon)

Ok, this isn't the post it was going to be. It's not even the second post it was going to be. It's just a short post of something I read, something that made me think.

"It's a budget that reduces taxes, lowers the deficit and creates jobs, It honors the three pillars of the Obama initiatives: energy, health care and education."
- Nancy Pelosi discussing the 3.4 Trillion dollar federal budget.

For those of you who don't understand in trillions...
$3,400,000,000,000 = Budget for greedy spread the wealth socialcrats
$34,000 = Fourth year teacher with master's degree

Hmmm... Three pillars of Obama initiatives? Two more out there? Just curious.

So thank you Nancy for tying Mr. Obama to religion, not necessarily Islam, but... aren't there five pillars of Islam?

Just a side note, isn't it funny that the beltway's newest democrat voted against the budget?
I'm so angry I don't have the opportunity to vote against him!

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Safe Sound or Secure?

I'm amazed at some of the things I'm reading these days. I remember growing up, reading stories, watching tv/movies about "clandestine services". I can remember thinking that though I'd never want a job like that, that it was "ok" to pull someone's fingernails out if they were withholding important information that put our lives at risk. For the life of me, I can't understand why people got\still get upset about the prospect of "torturing" a terrorist. They both start with "T", why not? Have we forgotten so soon of the torture thousands of families went through when mom or dad or brother or sister didn't come home on Sept. 11? I'll never forget that day, I'll never forget the feelings I had. And, I didn't lose anyone close. Imagine how someone whose father worked there that fateful day must have felt. Was that not "torture"? So, given that terrorists (domestic and foreign alike, yes you ELF and ALF) live to inflict terror on their subsequent "infidels", isn't it fair turnabout to inflict some "discomfort" on the players we have incarcerated to attempt to prevent further destruction, annihilation, killing, etc.? Now we have the "leader" of the free world disclosing memos from the "clandestinest" clandestine service. What purpose does this particular transparency serve? To make the good ole USA more attractive a target? To make us seem more friendly to the terror makers? To have Usama Bin Laden like us? One of these days I fully expect Obama to be photographed shaking his hand as well. If I were an impressionable young Muslim living in a nation full of poverty, with no possibility of making a better life for myself, and was courted by "freedom fighters" or whatever they present themselves as, they'd probably seem pretty "cool". Now, knowing that if they ask me to "terrorize" the USA, and that if I agreed, and if I survived, and if I got caught, they weren't going to subject me to any "unpleasantness", I'd jump at the chance for 3 hots and a cot. The only way we can use this insane disclosure to our advantage... Barack Obama, our esteemed president, could actually have just pulled a gigantic bluff on our enemies. How fantastic would that be? We say, no, we won't waterboard you, we won't blare infidel music at you, we'll just feed you whatever you want when you want, and oh, you want a nap... ok.... Then when they're behind bars at Guantanamo Bay (which should never be closed...) they have their fingernails pulled out slowly with rusty pliers that play ABBA's Dancing Queen at the decibel level of a departing US Air flight. That's where I stand on terrorists. Where do you stand? Where do your representatives stand? Keep your eyes out for a "commercial" I plan to put on youtube.

You don't suppose that Mr Obama wants a terrorist attack on our soil do you? I mean, then he could show how much better he'd handle it that Mr Bush did...

Quote for the day:

I am aware, that many object to the severity of my language; but is there not cause for severity? I will be as harsh as truth, and as uncompromising as justice. On this subject, I do not wish to think, or speak, or write, with moderation. No! no! Tell a man whose house is on fire, to give a moderate alarm; tell him to moderately rescue his wife from the hand of the ravisher; tell the mother to gradually extricate her babe from the fire into which it has fallen; -- but urge me not to use moderation in a cause like the present. I am in earnest -- I will not equivocate -- I will not excuse -- I will not retreat a single inch -- AND I WILL BE HEARD. The apathy of the people is enough to make every statue leap from its pedestal, and to hasten the resurrection of the dead.

-William Lloyd Garrison

Next Post "Squeezing the Pig"

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Can we?

Can we survive without the government? Can you survive without them? Is it necessary to have people watching over us that make tens of thousands of dollars a year more than their average constituent?

Yes. Yes. No and Yes.

Governments are not necessary for life. You and I can survive without them. However, the last answer is more difficult to fathom.

You and I, personally, can live, even in harmony, without a "ruling" body above us. Problems arise when those we interact with live outside of the "normal", the "humane", the "moral" if you will. Laws are important for society. Society is important for the individual. Because we live in an ever increasingly "global" world, government is a neccesary evil. Our government is important to share our views on world wide events. The question we need to ask is: "Does our government's position adequately share our view?" The answer to that question, for me at least, is an emphatic resounding "NO". When my government is led by a man who has ignored or voted against nearly every "moral", conservative issue put before him, I'm afraid we've gone astray. How has someone who is greatly different from me been elected? I'm pretty sure their are more like me out there. Or, maybe everyone is just hanging up their gloves and stepping out of the ring. Is it alright to abort a child because there is developmental problems? Remember, those people who have chosen to abort the child, also chose to create him. I suppose the problem today is the lack of faith. The lack of belief. In anything.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Insane thoughts for an insane time...

I love my children. I want them to learn. I want them to succeed. Therefore, I WILL allow them to fail.

That is a pretty simple statement, with weighty consequences. How do we learn anything? Now, I mean truly learn. My son (he's just over two) learned to say "hot" well before he understood what it meant. He learned the nuances of "hot" for the first time when he ate something "hot". He failed. He learned.

Back to the original statement. If those first four sentences are true (and I believe they are), what does that say about our government? Does our government love us? Do they even like us? Or, are they trying to "control" us? If they want us to succeed, do they not need to allow us to fail?

I grow more wary every day since the new "administration" has taken seat. I believe our government is now trying to create a dependent society to serve them. So unless we let our representatives know that we are displeased how will it change? I'd rather fail than be subservient.


My wife will occasionally blog here also, she will sign K-

PS- Thanks Glenn Beck\Stu for the insightful cake comments I've modified to use as this