Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Victory,Victory, Hey Mr. President call it Victory!

I would like to take this moment to congratulate our troops on a well deserved victory in Iraq. In spite of a government full of anti-war politicians that wanted to teach the world to sing. In spite of a president taking over in the last quarter that absolutely prayed for defeat so that he could claim he was right. In spite of an Iraqi government that wanted to keep milking money out of the administration. You have achieved your goal against all odds. Welcome home!

Saturday, June 27, 2009

Is the best of the free life over now?

I feel fortunate to have been able to grow up when I did. I was born in 1963.
What is so special about that you may ask? Lets just say I witnessed the fastest growth of technology ever through the eyes of a child. I remember watching the Apollo space program and watching the first man walk on the moon. They also drove a funny car on the moon. I remember when they came out with "Big Wheels" yes I was just a hair too big to ride one of those. I also remember "Hot Wheels" race tracks. That race track that had plastic strips that it only took your mother 10 seconds to realize that this thing was better than a switch for kicking a kids ass. You lived through the seasons as they came. If you were fortunate enough to be one of those families that had a window air conditioner you were considered rich. I remember my dad bringing home our first Color TV right before the super bowl. A guy by the name of Johnny Unitas was playing for the Baltimore colts. So many things came and went so fast, Duncan yo-yos, Hula-hoops, The pocket fisherman, The first led digital watch. Television reality shows were the "Wide world of sports" and who can forget the "agony of defeat" with that poor guy crashing on the skis. A guy by the name of "Evil Knievel" who was "Extreme Sports" and "Jack Ass" without any "don't try this at home" disclaimers. Curt Gowdys "American Sportsmen" yes they actually had hunting shows on regular TV. The music of this era 60s,70s,80s when Michael Jackson was still black and had an Afro. I feel fortunate to have witnessed it all. I know now I am witnessing the enslavement of the American people. The death of capitalism and Innovation. They run commercials about new green technology. It is all smoke being blown up you know where! We had better make a stand or is it already too late.

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Violence is never the answer!

Perez Hilton proclaims "Violence is never the answer". This coming from someone who said they would rip the crown from Carrie Prejeans head if she would have won. He then verbally provokes Will.I.am of the "Black eyed Peas" He says "You know what,I don't respect you and you're gay and stop being such a faggot." Well I guess his alligator mouth came with a hummingbird ass. Polo Molina set him straight. All I have to say to Perez Hilton is (I don't respect you and you're gay and stop being such a faggot) This guy gives hair dressers and interior decorators a bad name.

Need a break from the political Insanity!

With card check,Cap and trade, and healthcare. Politicians are dying to spend more money that we dont have! I have to take a break from it all. The stupidity never ends in washington. For your entertainment pleasure Enjoy.

Monday, June 15, 2009

The UAW healthcare plan!

I really love how the media debates nationalized health care. What they are missing is the UAW health care plan. Why has health care become a crisis? Are there sick people in the streets? The bigger picture everyone is missing is the fact that the new GM, that has a large UAW ownership, has big plans for the company. They are using their clout in the White House to shift all the health care for their membership and legacy retirees to the American taxpayers! They think this is their leg up against the competition. You know the competition that they have been unable to compete with. This is the most corrupt administration in all of history. Everyone asks who is OBAMA? I can tell you he is a puppet for the unions!

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

I feel your pain

As one of our most colorful men in the oval office used to say "I feel your pain". The Supreme Court refused to hear the case against the government over the Chrysler bankruptcy. The teachers union, State troopers in Indiana and many other bond holders of Chrysler are crying foul. A quote heard on the radio today "This isn't the hope and change we voted for" I think the Supreme Court got it right. It is what Mr. "Hope and Change" ran on. Remember Joe the Plumber, the famous exchange about redistribution of wealth? Everyone ignored that exchange thinking it was someone else's wealth that would be redistributed. I think the Supreme Court being wise refused the case as a lesson to the American people. You asked for it you got it! This country is in for a lot more pain. China thinks we are nuts (and we are). Hold on tight folks that dirty "I" word is right around the corner. Check mom and dads drawers maybe you can find one. Hopefully someone will start making them again. We need the "WIN" buttons. Whip Inflation Now. I think it was President Ford that started them back then. We need to feel the pain of the socialist agenda that has been allowed in the door. This is just the start, he has years left. I bet all those Indiana teachers that wore Obama shirts and happily pulled the lever for him are scratching their heads now. One union special interest just stole the wealth of another. Ironic isn't it. How do you like them union apples? Fairness sucks, doesn't it Indiana.