Saturday, November 22, 2008

Did I get cloned?

Because I think I just found a guy who thinks exactly like I do.

Found via BabyTrollBlog. Thanks, Alger!

Hell yeah it's in my bookmarks. And once Blogrolling comes back online, it'll be on the Blogroll. (As well as "A Douchbag Says What?")

Remember my call

For reforming the Republican Party?

Well.... here's to hoping we can. Because the Party leadership seems determined to do it again, only HARDER!

Republicans: The Senate Republican Conference meeting Tuesday, amid the ruins of the once-powerful majority, was business as usual.

  1. The leadership elections were all uncontested. The top three leaders—Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (Ky.), Whip Jon Kyl (Ariz.), and Conference Chairman Lamar Alexander (Tenn.)—all stay in place. John Thune (S.D.) joins leadership as vice chairman of the conference, while John Cornyn ( Tex.) will head the National Republican Senatorial Committee and his predecessor, John Ensign ( Nev.) will head the policy committee.

  2. Any sentiment for a serious shakeup was buried amid a belief that upper chamber Republicans had suffered from "circumstances out of our control," as Ensign put it. Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) pushed some reform measures, such as term-limiting appropriators, but all such changes were shot down.

  3. The party postponed any vote on expelling convicted Sen. Ted Stevens ( Alaska) from the conference, but many senators stated there were certainly enough votes against him in the conference were a vote to be held. A larger majority of the conference, however, preferred not to vote if they didn't have to—and Tuesday night's results make it look like they don't have to.

I would say that the Republican Party elite have not only NOT learned their lesson, but they steadfastly refuse to learn it. They are ignoring every last lesson being offered up. If the Republican Party doesn't force them out, they Republicans are going to continue to lose elections.

And this country will suffer as a result of it.

The Big DUH!

When a Marxist gets elected President, the markets respond. The "PeaceLoveDope" crowd may not understand reality, but the people who actually DEAL with reality don't have the option to prance into LaLa land and dance with the unicorns and fairies.

As an addendum: California unemployment third worst in nation. 8.2%. The worst? Michigan and Rhode Island, both sitting at 9.3%. What's the one big common factor of all three? Domination by Democrat American Communist Party politics, with the corresponding anti-business legislation.

It's not hard to figure out. Hell, you don't even have to study for years at some college to find out what you need. All you have to do is observe the areas where the Democrat American Communist Party has been in control, and look at the results of a "liberal" agenda!

High crime, high unemployment, stifling legislation, nanny-statism run amok, and reduced personal freedoms. People can quibble about the causes all they want to. I can point to the effects and say "This is the end result of what you advocate. No thank you and go fuck yourself".

More Media Buffoonery

So I guess there's this video floating around where Sarah Palin pardons a turkey, and then talks to the media while some turkeys that she didn't pardon get offed.

Accordingly, the whores and propaganda artists of the Press have gone apeshit.

Little Pissy Crissy Matthews of the We Love Obama Network is frothing at the mouth more than he usually does. Wonkette's gaping vagina queefs out another comment. Blah blah blah blah.

Hey dipshits - I might actually listen to you if you would, ya know, stop eating turkey. Until then, turkey farms just like the one Gov. Palin is speaking at, are necessary. Just because you invertebrate shitheads don't like to deal with reality doesn't mean that the rest of us are forced to join you in make-believe land.

God, what a group of pansies. What a group of worthless shrieking ninnies. What a group of pants-pissing babies. The fact that America could even produce a group of brainless fucktards makes me want to puke.

Friday, November 21, 2008


Had a good conference. Learned one hell of a lot of information. Now it's back to the grind. It's looking like I'm going to have at least one trip a month of varying lengths.

Time to catch up on the news? And Obama is still a commie bastard.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

A flight time of just 33 minutes

The preamble to the US Constitution states:

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

"provide for the common defence"...

George Soros' "boy" would dismantle our defenses...


Cross Posted at DANEgerus

Monday, November 17, 2008


There is an ongoing debate about what path the (R)epublicans should take to save our future. I can't think of anything more healthy or important.

To have a political spectrum there must be opposite views on a particular subject. The polar opposite of Collectivist-Left is not "Compassionate Conservativism" but individual liberty best represented by Libertarianism. That is not to say the loony Libertarians who you read about in the news, but true Conservatives, who represent the Libertarian ideal of Individualist-Right.

This gentleman claims to be a "I used to be a Republican But"... yet he says he can't vote (R)epublican because the "Religious Right" works to "ban abortion, embryonic stem cell research, and gay marriage" and then he perpetuates the Jeffersonian myth that "there should be a ”wall of separation“ between church and state. Public policy should not be based on religious doctrines".

First, Jefferson mentioned the ”wall of separation“ once in a letter sent decades after the Constitution was adopted. Although I support the concept of a ”wall of separation“ I am not so arrogant as to argue that canard. Perhaps he might read the Federatlist Papers and review his own statements?

Second, "gay marriage" is not a "right" but a social preference that Gays are entitled to already. Any person may marry one of the opposite sex. To force a "change" over the will of the society that indulges such contracts with preferential treatment is both collectivist totalitarianism and an indulgence of a self-defined professional victims' group with a history of anti-Christian activity. The 'Gay activist' lobby is currently "demonstrating" all of their hateful excess. Should we reward their bullying such victicrats will not be satisfied.

Third, stem cell research is a wonderful, privately funded success, that is making many investors rich. Embryonic stem cell research is a black-hole of failure seeking tax-payer funded subsidies. Why is it a Lefty will howl about the 'evil drug companies' yet now demands that the tax-payer subsidize those very same 'evil drug companies'?

Finally, whether you believe life begins at conception or not, a child is viable outside of the mother long before birth. Ask yourself why we spend billions to save premature births if the whim of a mother is enough reason to murder that child? If you saw a car sinking into a river and dove in to save the family would you not reach for the child before the mother?

You will notice none of my arguments are based on Religious grounds. I just happen to notice that the Collectivist-Left aganda of the "Religious Right" is consistent with government getting out of my life, even when in opposition to my reasoning, as their arguments would involve the morality of the collective society.

The reality is that the "Religious Right" is a myth, they in fact represent the Collectivist-Left of the "RightWing" mostly defined by the opposition in the (D)emocrat party. For does anyone doubt the collectivist inclinations of a Church? They have been drivin into our arms, yet a schism exists because they are not truly 'of us' on the Individualist-Right.

But unless you want to leave government to the self-perpetuating professional politicians of the Collectivist-Left you better find some common ground, like I have, and embrace those that will work with you reasonably.

Also, it is worth remembering that true Liberalism, that liberated the slaves, gave women the vote, passed civil rights legislation etc... was all led by the "Religious Right" and if you do your homework you will find out that the Marxist posers calling themselves "Liberals" today are anything but.

In 2004 I had two types of people knocking on my door. One set wore ties, white shirts, smiles and exuded optimism and faith. Not that I rewarded them for that. The other wore save-the-whales T-shirts and slashed the tires of a neighbors' SUV.

I've picked sides with the God Squad. I may not have faith... but I believe in them.

Cross Posted at DANEgerus

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Headed out

Flying out today. I might have internet in my room, I might not. See ya when I see ya.