Monday, May 18, 2009


The spectacle of Barack Hussein Obama might suggest otherwise. Watching his pas de deux with himself is to understand that cognitive dissonance can be a vocation as well as a warning. I can’t help worrying, though, that making it your vocation is only the first act of a drama that ends very badly indeed.” the only conclusion a rational person can make. Yet this silver-fork-tongued lying hypocrite (kind of summarizing what you’re getting at here) who can only be interpreted at the least as disingenuous (but I’d ramp it up to sinister), still gets a pass. What’s with the suicide wish? Is 60 whatever the heck percent of this country out of their minds?

How anyone can’t see what is going on in this country astounds me. We’re being hijacked, nothing less. If there was a well meaning bone in that man’s body we would have heard ONE sincere word, comment or thought by this time. But nothing. Always scripted, always cold, always calculated–and as you’ve so poignantly explained, always the polar opposite of what he does.

All while the country, the one he purports to be leading, is TANKING in a few short months! Might we have a little problem here, folks?! Whoever gets a buzz from this guy’s hollow, hypocritical alphabet soup is bewitched by a hologram and their own wishful thinking.

God help America wake up before this “first act of the drama ends very badly indeed!” for all of us.

Friday, March 20, 2009

Obama Faces Cold Reception in Europe

The last time Obama went to Europe, he was greeted with raucous applause and 200,000 Europeans choking a Berlin square, chanting "Obama" and "Yes We Can."
Maybe this time they will finally recognise an empty suit when they see it.

Monday, March 9, 2009

A Weaker America

Barack Obama has no intention of helping to grow the United States economy. On the contrary, he is doing everything a President can do to weaken it. I know that sounds harsh. Maybe it seems outrageously ''partisan.'' Maybe it just seems outrageous. But after roughly ten weeks, Obama has consistently proposed ideas and plans (and in one case signing legislation) that will weaken the U.S. economy
More than one person has now stated that 0bama is attempting an attack upon the US capitalist system. It's impossible to argue that he isn't putting a big dent in it just by the creation of an enormous future debt and increased calls for more power over how business is done in this country. And 0bama himself has stated that the Constitution is flawed because it doesn't contain mandated support clauses for ''special'' groups.

Saturday, February 21, 2009

2012 potential candidates.

As far as potential candidates: Sarah Palin and Bobby Jindal are obviously the two that are being looked at most closely by the conservative wing of the Party. Either one would be great.

If someone even farther to the right stood a chance, we might look at Jim DeMint, Tom Coburn, or Rick Santorum. Probably a long shot, though, but you never know. I think that it would be good if one of them ran, however. It would keep Palin or Jindal from being the farthest candidate on the right wing, and then Palin or Jindal could perhaps be painted as a more moderate choice to help win votes in the middle.
David Petraeus may be great, but I think that too little is known about him and his positions.

Monday, June 9, 2008

An Open Letter To President Bush

This afternoon, I put $57 worth of gas into my car and at $4.42 a gallon, that wasn’t enough to fill it up. If I owned an SUV, that might be understandable, but I don’t

Now, as a conservative, I don’t normally look to government to solve market-based problems. This case is different. Government may not be the solution, but it sure as heck is contributing to the problem. All I want it to do in this case is get out of the way. Our ability to increase the supply of oil has been limited by politicians eager to please special interest groups at a time we can’t afford the luxury of such pandering. The Democrats have opposed drilling in ANWR, drilling off the coasts and drilling in the west. So my question is this - why are you being such a mealy-mouthed wimp about it?

I know that increasing domestic production won’t lead to an immediate drop in oil prices, but it could serve to calm the speculation markets since they would have to factor an increase in supply into their predictions. Given how much people are paying for oil of all types, this issue is political gold, so why on earth aren’t you and the GOP taking the offensive?

Is it too much to ask that you point out the fallacy of the Democratic argument? A Democratic president vetoed a bill that would have allowed ANWR drilling and at the time, Democrats said the potential domestic supply increase was irrelevant since the benefits wouldn’t be realized for ten years. That was ten years ago. Would it really be that difficult for you to point out that had the Democrats done something then, things might be different now?

You’re a lame duck president with nothing to lose and an economy being driven into the toilet by high energy costs. Are you so invested in the stupid ‘new tone’ nonsense that you’re unwilling to point out the fact that the actions of Democrats in Congress have contributed and are currently contributing to the current oil price crisis? This is an issue of supply and demand - we have little control over the costs because we’ve all but abandoned a role in increasing supply.

Mr. President, now is the time to start hammering away at the Democrats and show how their fealty to special interest groups has helped lead us to unprecedented oil prices. It’s clear the increasingly worthless-to-conservatives GOP nominee for 2008 isn’t going to be of much help in this regard, so any effort on your part would be appreciated.

Such an effort may not only help control the spiraling costs of oil, but it would rehabilitate the image of your White House with dispirited conservatives. Frankly, we’re tired of watching your administration let the Democrats control the public agenda and distort the truth while you sit idly by pretending your silence is somehow bringing civility to the political process. In short, stop being such a wimp and start going after the party that has put their desire for power above their love of country.

These oil prices are cutting deeply into the pocketbooks of us ordinary Americans, and your administration is letting the Democrats block increased production instead of using the bully pulpit to push for more domestic drilling. It’s time to stop being meek, stop allowing the Democrats to block progress and start throwing punches on behalf of the American people. It’s time to show Congress that you are not going to take their spineless nonsense anymore.