Sunday, October 31, 2010

How much...

How much good gift could a good god give if a good god could give good gifts?

Try saying that once.  Just once.  I think it tangles the brain and the tongue, and if you're Italian, fingers and arms and hands.

The bible answers this question.

No eye has seen
Nor ear heard
Nor the heart of man conceived
What God has prepared for those who love Him.

So the answer to the tongue tie-r is A LOT.  And the price is great!  It's FREE!
The upkeep however will keep us on our toes.  As a Christian, the upkeep is striving day after day hour after hour minute by minute to walk in the shoes of our Savior, Christ Jesus.  I know and you know that we're imperfect.  Not just imperfect, nowhere near perfect.  Accepting Christ and following Christ are perhaps the two hardest things that anyone can be asked to do.  There is however, a wonderful heart-lightening "catch".  We don't have to be perfect, just attempt with our hearts and minds and actions.  We are asked to shed light on the world.  So, today, and everyday after asking Christ into our hearts, do that, show your light unto your fellow man.  Strive to show a pleasant attitude to everyone, especially those we find tiresome or "annoying".  In walking in Christ's footsteps, and allowing Him to guide us and at times carry us, we will shine upon every face we meet and thereby spread the love of Christ.  That is what being a Christian is.  Go forth, do it, and see if it shines back at you.  I'll try.


Lord, today, allow us to bask in your glory, your Grace, and help us to shine with that Grace and glorify your name unto our communities, whether they be small or large.  Allow our light to bring Jesus, Your Son, to others who haven't accepted Him.  Thank you for the blessings we have received and the gifts that we are promised in the future.  Because Your gifts are awesome, and our spirits are weak, thank You for giving Your Son as a mediator to You.  In Christ's name we pray, Amen.

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Saturday, October 23, 2010

So, our pristine former President...

Lost the code and blew his....

He is just the pinnacle of ineptitude.  I can't believe she stayed with him.  My wife would have hit the road and taken three quarters of everything, and the children.  Oh well, some people are just so power hungry that nothing can stand in their way of seeking power.  Let's remember that the President who lost the code and blew his... is and still is a democrat.  Let's remember that when we can vote against the people he's campaigned for.  Let's also remember that even though our current President (that we're aware of) didn't lose the code, or presumably his...  (Michelle doesn't count, she is his wife).  And let's remember that when we have the opportunity to vote against the morons that actually wanted him to campaign for them.  What idiot would want this President to show up to "support" them?  He's like a letter in the mail with a powdery white substance inside (with him, most likely cocaine).  Let's turn this country upside down on November 2.

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Thursday, October 21, 2010

You can work with me... If you Juan-a

Isn't it interesting that someone who has been the brunt of the most stereotyping and racial and ethnic slurs (because of his skin), in the history of mankind, was tossed out of his job for being politically incorrect?  I love the way the liberal media works.  Does it have protocols?  I doubt it, I think they probably make them up as they go along.  Anyone know where stereotypes come from?  Stereotype machines I think.  Or, white men.  Of course white men make all stereotypes.  In "Why We Suck", Denis Leary expands on all of the ethnic slurs he can think of, some of which I, as a white man, didn't even know.  Needless to say the black and the jews won the contest.  I just have to ask, since I don't actually think that white men made all stereotypes, where did they actually come from?  Well, let's look at a few.

Fried Chicken and Collard Greens- If the African Americans didn't eat it, would we say it?
Money Hungry Jew- If they weren't fiscally sound, would we talk like that?
Dirty Amish- If they showered every day would we call them dirty?
Towel Head- Self Explanatory
Dot Head- Self Explanatory
Cracker- Don't quite understand, but whether the whip or in the coal mines, ok

It seems to me that most stereotypes are earned.  Since that seems to be true, why the PC mess we've created? Mr Williams dared to speak what (my estimate) 70+% of Americans think and he lost his job.  I'm not a liberal, if you've read this blog you'd know, but I'm also not unfair.  Mr. Williams did his job faithfully for the liberal elite for years (as noticed by me when I curse at him on Fox) and for one Politically Incorrect (but earned) remark he's jobless with NPR.  Well, Juan, they don't deserve you anyway.  Feel free to comment and send guest essays to me for Right Wing Frosting at anytime by emailing me at  Thank you for saying the things I don't have the stage or audience to make a difference by saying.  Kudos Juan!  PS- Do you like fried chicken and collard greens?  I do.

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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Double Down Domino: New ingenuity VS Old standby

Today's subject was the battle between conservative and liberal values, the battle of note concerning job creation.  It occurred to me today that either way jobs are created would help individuals, but when concerning ourselves with the overall health of our economy, one stands the clear winner.

When new jobs are created in the private sector, new money "trickles" into our economy.  This is especially true when new businesses are started or additional services are included in "old" business.  The interesting thing about this process is that the money these "new" workers are paid is money that was not originally part of our economy.  Contrasting this idea with the creation of government jobs such as infrastructure is a must.  The government cannot create wealth.  It can, I suppose create wealth for individuals (think tax evasion, think pork, think Charlie Rangel). It cannot introduce wealth into our economy.  It can only, I'm afraid to say, redistribute "original" wealth.

The discussion today was whether the free market or the government would be quicker to upend joblessness.  Could the government in one giant fell swoop use it's finances to immediately put people to work?  Or, conversely could the free market, doing what it has always done, create jobs for the unemployed at a faster pace.  It is a difficult subject to work with.  It would seem, at first glance, that the government, once again unfortunately, has the funds to put people to work almost overnight.  But, let's look at what has happened in this recent debacle.  Before W left office he started the trillion dollar stimulus.  O came later and put the majority of the remaining in play for "job creation".  Are we better off now than before the stimulus was paid into the system?  I find it necessary to remind you that every other day the estimates are "adjusted" and the adjustments always seem to favor the worse.  We are currently standing at about 10% unemployed.  So, since we're talking a period of two years, how fast has the government actually gotten people "to work"?  Now, taking the antithesis of government job creation, private enterprise, into account, we'll find that the job creation, in this current fiscal fiasco, isn't there either.  One probable problem with our comparison between private and public employment is the fact that the government in one way or another, has the ability to control private sector growth.  Taxes, laws and other legislation can and has had effects on the private sector.  Considering laws such as NAFTA (private enterprise creates jobs, but they aren't in the US), taxes on corporations and taxes on individuals, the government has done little to date to stimulate new small business growth.  When, if we look, we see that small businesses are the beast of burden in our economy, if the government and the private sector worked together, could we solve the problems faster?  The impediment to the two working together is they seem antithetical.  Business wants low taxes and cheap labor.  Government attempts to force on business, expensive labor and high taxes.  Government does this to keep government in government.  They don't want to lose their jobs.  So I suppose in conclusion to my rambling dissertation I should say that I believe in situations such as we're facing, I expect government to work with private sector.  Working together, without pork, without raising taxes, without leftist or rightwing rhetoric, we could probably solve our problems much faster, and possibly much more permanently.


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