Friday, March 28, 2008
Thursday, March 27, 2008
Here is our chance to picket Barack Hussein Obama in the Philly Area. His minions are gonna be tailgating at a Phillies game. (I sure do not like linking his site)
He will never be elected, he can never be elected, and I will see to it he is not elected.
I will be the one with the sign that asks:
If the Typical White Person is racist, what is the Typical Arab Person?
Saturday, March 22, 2008
Barrack Hussein Obama is a lying plagiarist…and now I am mad at my President for claiming the founding of this great nation was 'stained'. The world was the world, we can not apologize for what happened 200 flippin' years ago any more than we can change it.
This post is for all those that think Barrack Hussein Obama was the first person to mention race relations, ever, in the history of the spoken word. That would be you Mr. Sullivan!
I had a long discussion on another blog about the fact that Obama called me a racist in his speech on Monday past. Well, he must have figured that some people didn't get it when he intimated that all whites were racist so he said it again on March 20, 2008. This man has no business winning another primary, and I am going to do every thing I can, short of swapping parties (again), to keep him from winning here in PA.
Oh, read the rest of the mess there at Fox, he compared Ferraro to Wright…and she is a tad upset about that as well. What can she expect, she's white, therefore, in Obama's eyes, she is a racist.
I am anything but Barrack Hussein Obama's "Typical White Person".
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
Just as black anger often proved counterproductive, so have these white resentments This is from the speech.
black grievance and white resentment This is from the AP
Now, when I heard the speech earlier today I had a copy in front of me, I was following along. He is a great speaker and chooses his words very carefully. So I noticed the words from his speech…Anger and Resentment; I looked them up in my dictionary which sits on a bookshelf in our living room.
I will use an online dictionary for this though, it is easier to link to so that my readers, all three of them, know I am not making this up.
Anger- a strong feeling of displeasure and usually of antagonism
Resentment-a feeling of indignant displeasure or persistent ill will at something regarded as a wrong, insult, or injury
Funny how the word resentment is based on a feeling in the first place and anger is not. Resentment is predicated on 'perceived' hurt, while anger is predicated on real antagonism.
Okay, the AP used the word grievance which is defined as: 1obsolete
: suffering, distress 2: a cause of distress (as an unsatisfactory working condition) felt to afford reason for complaint or resistance
Notice that the first definition is obsolete, and that is the one that the ap J school grad is going for. Of course, the second works as well since there is no qualifier for the complaint or resistance.
This is how this is being played everywhere, whites think they have a problem, blacks have a problem. Of course none of this matters, the gist of the speech was that if one is not black and does not vote for Barack Hussein Obama that person is a racist, he said so.
C'mon, let's get past this and vote for someone who will lead this Country, not someone who is constantly dragging it down.
With this crap being spewed though, how can we beat them? I have never felt more convinced that this man's candidacy - not this man, his candidacy - and what he can bring us to achieve - is an historic opportunity.
Andrew Sullivan does not care about the man, his successes (of which there are very few) or of his failures. He does not care that Obama has NO experience, and no reason other than his race to even be a candidate, and he ADMITS that! How can we beat this?
Monday, March 17, 2008
And some people want this person to be the President of the United States.
No, not if I can help it, no way is someone who is so down on our country going to be elected. Tirelessly we will work to defeat her, and those of her ilk. We will pound the pavement, make the phone calls, and stuff the envelopes, it is NOT going to happen.
There really is hope in the World, it is not all over. Doomsayers need to just relax and deal with things on a daily basis, not take it all as signs of the apocalypse.
Read this article, how far can Saudi Arabia be behind? Honestly, how far? The money in Qatar is linked to S.A. it is only a matter of time before S.A. realizes that the money from the rest of the world that flows into the country comes from Christians and Jews.
Monday, March 10, 2008
Wow, what a mess that is. Such crap, such fear mongering crap. One would almost think that this was paid for b the bottled water industry. First Sentence:
"A vast array of pharmaceuticals—including antibiotics, anti- convulsants, mood stabilizers and sex hormones—have been found in the drinking water supplies of at least 41 million Americans, an Associated Press investigation shows."
Very scary right? I mean, who wants to drink water with sex hormones in it? Oh, next line:
"To be sure, the concentrations of these pharmaceuticals are tiny, measured in quantities of parts per billion or trillion, far below the levels of a medical dose."
Umm, not far below, incredibly, incredibly far below. A part per trillion is almost undetectable, except by some of the most sophisticated instruments on the market…so who paid for those?
And then this:
"Also, utilities insist their water is safe."
Worded to make one think that Water Utilities have something to hide…what crap. Please, do not read the rest of the article, your water is safe, even what comes from a personal well. Some bottled water is even safe, although public water is by far the safest. I don't tell you to ignore the article so you are not informed, go ahead and read it, but the whole thing is written in a manner that tries hard to pretend that those that know the science, water treatment people, are lying to you, and those the study numbers only, with no clue what those numbers mean, are telling the truth. These are the same scientists that told us about the next Ice Age in the seventies, Gorebal warming a few years ago, and now, another ice age…they can't get anything right, except public fear.
Here is an article that at one moment is interesting, then another simply disingenuous. First, in this sentence, this article from Oman uses a phraseology that most western journalists refuse to use: "Islam's prophet" The Ny Times (An article about the Prophet Muhammad) and other American or British papers usually just add prophet to the name, something they would never do with Jesus.
Then, deeper in the article comes this:
OIC leaders "will be expected to take appropriate decisions against such acts of Islamophobia" which violate "international legal instruments that prohibit insult and offence of religious beliefs of others and cannot be condoned under the (banner) of freedom of expression," he said.
"There is an urgent necessity for the international community to either strengthen the existing international legal instruments or enact new ones that would include preventive measures against insulting or offending religious values and sentiments."
Thursday, March 6, 2008
I write in this blog, sometimes, not as often as I like, but I do write. When I do, I find articles that back up any point of view that I am attempting to portray. Occasionally I find one that does not back up my story and I include it as a link to show the other side. Most of the time, showing the other side proves my point, but I am showing the other side in the discussion. I did not graduate from j school, I am a person that likes to write. Imagine my surprise when I came across this post at LGF. It is about how the Society of Professional Journalists wants j school grads to force the American public to accept a version of Islam that is just not true. If you do not want to go to LGF, here is the article in question by itself.
LGF is claiming that these guidelines were written in 2001, the October after the attacks on America by Muslim Terrorists, one of the phrases in the guidelines that j school grads should avoid using. Huh? What the heck is that about?
"Avoid using word combinations such as "Islamic terrorist" or "Muslim extremist…"
I couldn't make this stuff up, we all think it sometimes, that the media avoids telling us stuff, but here it is, a professional group telling those in the group to lie. It would be like a professional stone masons group telling us to pretend that granite and sandstone had the same qualities, to not mention that one building was granite, or to simply ignore that building were made out of stone at all!
Oh, and when I went to the home page of the SPJ, I found this, which I will copy and paste with the link…it is so freakin' hypocritical, unreal, impossible. One part of the site is telling j school grads to lie and other telling them that:
The Society of Professional Journalists is dedicated to the perpetuation of a free press as the cornerstone of our nation and our liberty.
To ensure that the concept of self-government outlined by the U.S. Constitution remains a reality into future centuries, the American people must be well informed in order to make decisions regarding their lives, and their local and national communities.
It is the role of journalists to provide this information in an accurate, comprehensive, timely and understandable manner.
It is the mission of the Society of Professional Journalists:
— To promote this flow of information.
— To maintain constant vigilance in protection of the First Amendment guarantees of freedom of speech and of the press.
— To stimulate high standards and ethical behavior in the practice of journalism.
— To foster excellence among journalists.
— To inspire successive generations of talented individuals to become dedicated journalists.
— To encourage diversity in journalism.
— To be the pre-eminent, broad-based membership organization for journalists.
— To encourage a climate in which journalism can be practiced freely.
Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Now this would be funny…expose Him for the fraud He is.
Earlier at the conference Lord Christopher Monckton, a policy adviser to former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, told an audience that the science will eventually prevail and the "scare" of global warming will go away. He also said the courts were a good avenue to show the science.
Yeah, people are finally starting to listen to me!
Monday, March 3, 2008
Wow…that is all I can say. There are so many quotes in the article I am linking here, and I am going to comment on them all…as soon as I finish my paper, my summary, and the intro to the team paper.
Really, too much real life to get to before I blog…
"Palestinian militants fire rockets nearly daily at Sderot and other Israeli border towns near Gaza. But by reaching Ashkelon, a city of 120,000 people about 11 miles north of Gaza, Hamas raised the stakes considerably. It is one of the largest cities in southern Israel, home to Mediterranean beaches, a college and strategic installations like an electric plant and a water purification plant."
Umm, that would most likely be the same water and power that the militants were whining about a few weeks ago. And how is it that Sderot can be attacked constantly but now that the rich and pretty are attacked the stakes are raised?
"We will not turn into Sderot," Shimoni said, referring to the town that has suffered most of the rocket attacks over the past seven years. The rockets have killed 13 people, wounded dozens more, caused millions of dollars in damage and made daily life unbearable.
Oh, now I see.
"The fact that more than a dozen rockets have targeted the major population center of Ashkelon is a sign that the terrorists have broken through a new threshold in their war against the Israeli civilian population," said Mark Regev, a spokesman for Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. "We will have to act to protect our people."
Gee, about time.
So, there I go, posting about stuff happening on the other side of the globe to a country that I have never seen. It is terrible what the terrorists are doing to Israel, just like it is terrible what the terrorists are doing in Somalia, in Sudan, in Chechnya, in Pakistan…you get the picture. Or at least I hope you do.
And then add to the insanity by figuring out that the rockets were made in Iran and things just get worse.
Sunday, March 2, 2008
This guy is most likely gonna vote for Obama…does that tell you anything? The picture is from Zombie time, through LGF. Gotta give credit where credit is due. Someday I will have the time to photograph the nuts in Chester County, we sure have enough of them.