Saturday, October 23, 2010

More Democrat Voter Registration Fraud

This time in Colorado.  THIS IS HOW THEY WIN ELECTIONS, PEOPLE!  THEY CHEAT!  In Colorado!  In Wisconsin!  In Arizona!  In Ohio!  In Pennsylvania!  Everywhere across this nation, the Democrat American Communist Party has been outright stealing elections for years, and they are going to continue to do it until they are forcibly stopped!

People either need to start going to jail, or their offices need to be burned to the ground.  You think I'm kidding?  YOU ARE VIOLATING THE RIGHT OF EVERY AMERICAN TO HAVE THEIR VOICE HEARD AT THE BALLOT BOX WHEN YOU COMMIT VOTE FRAUD.

The Juan Williams Kurfluffle

I'm not going to get into what's legal about the whole thing, or any of the other myriad arguments that can be spun off on this.  What I am going to do is use this situation as a way to prove that liberals hate anyone who doesn't think exactly like them, and can't stand it when anyone strays off the plantation.

Look, Williams is a liberal.  But he also worked for Fox News every now and then, only now it's a full time gig, thanks to NPR!  The oh-so-progressive Left can't stand Fox News, and so they found a way to punish Williams for working for them.  NPR is one of the most hyper-partisan media groups in the nation, and it's chock-full o' moonbats on the BEST of days.  They have no problem with advocating controversial positions, so long as those positions are Leftist in nature.  Williams' mistake is that he said what a lot of normal, everyday Americans think.  And NPR can't have that happening on their watch!

I would love to see NPR get de-funded.  I hear George Soros is giving them a million dollars or something like that?  He already funds Media Matters, and I don't see much difference between the two.  Let Daddy George pay their bills.

Friday, October 22, 2010

Yet Another Obamacare Success Story!

Via Insty, the words of a businessman who will no longer be paying his employee's health insurance, due directly to Obamacare.  Yay!

I am not the only employer reaching this conclusion. AT&T, Verizon, Caterpillar and Deere have all contemplated dropping their health benefits as a result of the health reform legislation. About 63 percent of businesses intend to shift a higher percentage of premium costs to employees in 2011, according to a survey recently released by the Washington-based National Business Group on Health. The survey included 72 companies that employ more than 3.7 million people. In most cases, the change will likely be a gradual one rather than an immediate move from fully employer-paid health care to fully employee-paid health care. But, over time, companies around the country will probably reach the same endpoint that I did. It is far easier for a small business owner like me to make a drastic change than it is for a global corporation.

Every time I see someone with an "Obama" bumper sticker, I want to remind them that the train wreck coming our way is due to them being a moron.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Free Checking - gone, thanks to the Donks

And the RINOs who voted for the "Financial Reform Bill", more appropriately known as the "Congress fucking things up worse Bill".

The more I read, the more convinced I am that it's going to take bloodshed to fix things.

Brain droppings

Og posted a video of the Rifleman's Creed from Full Metal Jacket.  Which made me think about the entire scene where DI Hartman is introducing himself to the privates, and giving them names.  Which made me remember my time at the 316th, when I had the Private Cowboy set as the opening sounds on my computer.  I would come in, start up the computer, and for a minute be regaled by Gunny Hartman screaming at Private Cowboy.

Problem is, my commander, a sweet, tender woman who was younger than I was, came strolling into my office right about the time Gunny Hartman is referring to the best part of Private Cowboy.

She just kind of sloooooooowly backed out of the office and didn't come back till lunch.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Intartubes fixed

We had a slight problem with intartube service here at the House of Rage.  It seems to be fixed now.

Yay me.

Monday, October 18, 2010

VFW-PAC: Fired. Good.

When the political action committee refuses to advocate for their base, they deserve to get cut.

Now, as for the situational elements that led to the VFW-PAC endorsing a bunch of rat-fink Democrat traitors in the first place, well, THAT still needs to get fixed.  But I'm glad to see someone losing their jobs over this.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Blog surfing

And finding THIS:

I hate to say it, but I think know the healthcare system is going to implode on itself in the next 15 years (if that).  There are way too many irresponsible people sapping the resources that the responsible people produce.  Nobody cares about their health anymore, and the people that do are the ones paying out the ass for services that cost a truckload to compensate for the loss accrued by the irresponsible.

You may think that I’m blowing smoke out up your ass, but take a look around next time you are in a public place at the amount of morbidly obese people are mouth-breathing around.  Look at their kids and the crap they stuff into their face at an alarming rate.  Its not ignorance thats fueling this, its the simple fact that when push comes to shove they will get treatment without payment.  We are afraid to say “You did this to yourself, you deal with it” because of some bullshit excuse like “its not their fault”.  You may think that sounds uncaring and callous, but take a second out of your candyland outlook and look around you at the people who are pissing their health down the toilet on your dime just because they can.

Read it all.  And understand that without the repeal of Obamacare, it's only going to get worse.

I've got nothing

I'm so damn tired I can't think straight.  I should still be in bed, but I'm up taking care of crap that I can't take care of during the week because there's too much shit to do.

At some point, I'm going to take a vacation where I don't do a damn thing except sleep.