Wednesday, May 30, 2007


Can we now call her a socialist?? Please?? Just read her quotes:


"Fairness doesn't just happen. It requires the right government policies."


"I prefer a 'we're all in it together' society," she said. "I believe our government can once again work for all Americans. It can promote the great American tradition of opportunity for all and special privileges for none."


These two quotes come from an article about her speech to the Manchester School of Technology, and prove once and for all that socialism is on the way.


I will be the first in line to buy an ABC bumper sticker next year, we can not afford to have another Clinton in the White House.

What is he up to?

What the heck is our President doing? First, he tries to foist this insane immigration bill on us, a bill that would cripple the US economy, kill union jobs, and destroy any semblance of a UNITED States, then he sends a diplomat to negotiate with terrorists.


Of course, we are all too stupid to understand the bill, right Mr. President? Well, I read most of the darn thing, as boring as it was, and even had to go back and read one of the older bills to see what was being replaced. Now, this is not going to change anything, it will just make it easier for the illegals to stay here, and make it easier for them to take our jobs. For those that say this is a good bill, GO READ IT, it will fix nothing. It relies completely on 'self-reporting'…what the heck incentive is there for an illegal to 'self-report'? a $5000 fine? A trip home after 6, 8, or whatever years? And we don't enforce the laws now, what makes anyone think this one will be enforced? Oh, and for you bleeding hearts out there, 24 hours to background check an illegal immigrant, and three days or more to background check a citizen so they can exercise their right to own a handgun…yeah, that's fair.


On the terrorist negotiations…I can't even begin to write about it, it makes my eyes bleed, and there isn't enough duct tape in the pick-up to keep the grey matter inside my skull. It Time agrees with it, it is most certainly a bad thing.

Monday, May 21, 2007

Immigration bill

Somebody had way too much time on their hands and put the whole immigration fiasco (bill) online. Go here, read some of it, and then take my new monthly poll…

Sunday, May 20, 2007

More Gorebal warming

Science is the attempt to make sense of the world around us, and, in that understanding, help us live better lives. Cutting edge science is the discipline that goes against the current 'consensus'. Think about it…Einstein set out to prove older scientists wrong, and scientists have been trying to prove Einstein wrong for years. The very first scientists were trying to prove religions wrong, and still are today, with some of the very best advancements coming out of those attempts. Now, as I predicted, since the 'consensus' is that humans are causing global warming, there are more scientists setting out to disprove that insanity. Another one popped up last week. From the article:

"However, carbon dioxide as a result of man's activities was only 3.2 per cent of that, hence only 0.12 per cent of the greenhouse gases in total. Human-related methane, nitrogen dioxide and CFCs etc made similarly minuscule contributions to the effect: 0.066, 0.047 and 0.046 per cent respectively.

"That ought to be the end of the argument, there and then," he said."


That sure will sound familiar to those three folks that read this blog…we simply can not change the earth in the way that the nut-jobs say we can. Age old attempt to prove that humans are stronger than God, something that will never happen.


Hey y'all, 22% of registered voters in Chester County voted last week, great, super, thanks for taking the time. However, those 22% actually make up about 10% of the eligible voters in Chester County, 10%. That means that 10% of us decided to kill Act I, a good thing, but the politicians are looking at those numbers and grinning all the way to the money printing presses. If only 10% of the people care enough about a stupid tax scheme, then they know they can pass almost anything. 90% of you seem to be happy with allowing government do what ever the heck it pleases, and that is how dictatorships start, that is how we lose the right to vote.

Wednesday, May 16, 2007


Hello dear readers, all three of you. I have been embroiled in Research and Business statistics for the past few weeks, hence, the lack of posts. Add that to Softball, Baseball, and the Snack Bar, and well, one busy dude. Now, though, I may be back. I will try to do a little more writing with the new posts as well.

Why I want Fred

This video, of Fred's rebuttal to Michael Moore's request for a debate is priceless, it is perfect, and it is why we need Fred as the President of the United States, not someone who simply asks Ron Paul to 'take it back'.

Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Veto Time

So he did it, congratulations Mr. President, there may be a spine in there somewhere. Of course with the presidential veto comes the insanity from the other side.


"Blunt talk from Joe Biden, picked up by C-Span answering a man's question at Jim Clyburn's fish fry April 27 in Columbia, S.C.

Biden is asked what he'll do when Bush, as is expected, vetoes the Iraq funding bill.

First, he talks about his son, and the equipment soldiers need -- "The idea that we're not building new Humvees with the V-shaped things is just crap. Kids are dying that don't have to die."

And: "Second thing is, we're going to shove it down his throat.""


From a video at

Maybe Mr. Biden should think before he speaks, the disrespect is unbecoming an elected official.