Posts tagged ‘republicans’

9 December, 2013

The Mamas and the Papas

Growing up, if your youth was like mine, you had one parent who gave you everything and was easier on you than the other.  In most cases, it seems to be that the mother is more giving and easier on the child than the father.  The father is more disciplinarian than the mother is; he tends to say “no” more often.  It’s not that he doesn’t care or want the best for you, he just has a different way of showing it.

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13 October, 2013

American and Proud

There is a lot of tension in the nation right now.  The government is failing, they are on a partial shut down, the deadline for the debt ceiling is looming just days away, VA disability payments likely will not go out next month, federally subsidized state programs are closing, and the food stamp program went offline when Xerox had a “power outage.”

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11 October, 2013

21 and disgusting

I’m sure you’ve all heard about the 21 soldiers killed since the October 1 partial government shut down and how their families were not paid the death benefits owed them.  You’ve probably also heard that a private charity, The Fisher House Group, will be paying the benefits on behalf of the Pentagon.  However, there is more to the story.

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15 August, 2013

When will DC pull its head out?

Do you remember Obama, while making his first run for the presidency in 2008, talking about how lobbyists were evil and he wanted nothing to do with them?  He went on to attack John McCain for his connections to lobbyists.

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25 July, 2013

Untrusting of the NSA’s domestic spy program?

Then here’s a new little treat for you!  The House voted to keep the NSA’s unconstitutional domestic abuse of power program.  Keep in mind this was not a party line vote.  It was a close vote and party affiliation didn’t seem to matter.  If you scroll down to the bottom section of this article, you’ll see who the traitors are.  They’re the ones in the “No” category, voting to keep the NSA as is.

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9 November, 2012

Now now, children. Time to learn

Have you noticed the smug condescending way the Democrats are acting over this election victory they just received?  They are now telling, along with the media, the Republicans how to garner more votes next time.  They want to help and teach conservatives how to behave and what kind policies they should have.

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5 November, 2012

One day left!

One day left, folks, til we decide the fate of our great nation.  Just one day left to make your voice heard.  Who’s it gonna be?  Romney or Obama?  The “R” of the “D”?  Constitutional freedom or more socialism?

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24 October, 2012

Time for a third party?

There are essentially two guys running for president; Obama and Romney.  The left loves Obama, and the right… well, we have Romney.  I think that if Romney wins the election, it won’t be because he’s Mitt Romney.  If Romney wins, I believe it will primarily be because he’s NOT Obama.

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9 October, 2012

UN to tax Americans?

The following is a peice written by Dick Morris.  I think this guy is awesome.  He really knows his stuff and he understands politics like just about no one else.  In this piece, Morris talks about the UN and Obama’s plan for global governance.  I have a sneaking suspician he’s right.

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8 October, 2012

Why the CPI released by the feds is incorrect

For those of you who don’t know, CPI means Consumer Price Index.  In other words, it’s the price of goods that people should plan to pay on a national average… inflation.  However, there are certain numbers left out of the CPI figures; like gasoline and diesel and comodities like milk.  Why?

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1 October, 2012

Molon Labe, the III%er’s battle cry

Battle cry of Sparta and today’s III%ers

There is an ancient Greek phrase Molon Labe.  Two words that say a lot more than you may think.  Pronounced moˈlon laˈve means “Come and take them”. It is a classical expression of defiance reportedly spoken by King Leonidas I in response to the Persian army’s demand that the Spartans surrender their weapons at the Battle of Thermopylae.

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14 August, 2012

Dun dun dun! Another one bites the dust! The 1st Amendment that is.

Little by little, out 1st Amendment is whittled away.

So, there has been another major wound dealt to the First Amendment.  Now, we have free speech zones, we have certain things we can’t say, certain pages on Facebook get deleted for having certain values (Chick-fil-A) and now a reporter in Pennsylvania has been barred from interviewing potential voters at an Obama rally.

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30 July, 2012

Why I like John Stossel

Many of you may know John Stossel was a liberal consumer reporter, but look at what he’s turned into.  This man is not only a libertarian, but he actually seeks the truth.  He doesn’t kiss butt or beat around the bush.  He also doesn’t necessarily take the GOP or DNC sides in causes.  He seems to promote and explain the facts regardless of who it benefits.  That’s a good thing.

One of the things I found to be kind of funny, though, is that his guest are generally conservative.  Why is that?  Is it that Republicans tend to prefer the truth more often than Democrats?  Yes… yes they do, but that’s not the reason.  I believe the reason is that conservatives tend to have more of a libertarian point of view… well, a smaller government point of view, at least.

No holds barred politics.  That’s what I like.  John Stossel does it with class and intelligence.  Go read the guys bio.  He’s a heck of a guy with a good story.

30 July, 2012

Is the 2nd Amendment on the ropes?

It seems that every time some moron decides to go shooting people, the loons on the left go after the guns.  That’s expected.  It always goes that way.

My argument used to be the criminals will get the guns anyway.  The only people gun control hurts are the law abiders.  However, this time the guy bought the guns legally, as well as the ammo.  Obviously, one of the many laws he broke was that he lied about his mental illness on the gun application.  So what do we do?  Do we change the laws to better control that sort of thing?

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26 July, 2012

Obama pledges to reduce gun violence

Obama went to Colorado in the wake of the theater massacre and promised an audience of mostly black Americans that similar tragedies, but on a smaller scale, happen every day.  He, then, went on to pledge to reduce gun violence in the US.  Good! 

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