Monday, November 29, 2010

Wiki Leaks and why Hillary Clinton should be resigning soon

This Wiki Leak situation is very embarressing to our nation.  Naturally, who is responsible?

Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. She should resign.  Soon.  Before Obama fires her.

For good reason.  This is her fault.

Now many people are not certain whom Wiki Leaks are and what is their function.  Merely go to:

On one hand, as a fellow writer and former investigator, I admire investigative journalism and am  supportive of honesty and accurate reporting. That is what I have been taught is the American way.  Therefore,  I admire what this organization is doing, its goals and its accuracy.

On the other hand, our federal government should be embarresed about its lack of transparency and now wants to mount a counter-offensive against honesty?

What is happening to our federal government?  Like written in the past on this blog, the people in Washington apparently are/have going insane and are in some kind of delusional state that is a major international embarressment of our nation.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

My take on whether Jesus was a communist or a capitalist.

Ok sportsfans, here is a post I just received from those ultra-liberal socialists over at CNN where two people are debating whether Jesus was a communist or a capitalist.  Click this thing below to read this at

Clearly by application of common sense, Jesus was no capitalist.  No matter how twisted a person like an attorney can argue absurd things like that.  So I am eliminating that part of the argument right away without  further discussion.

So, the question we are left with was Jesus a Communist? 

First, we all know Jesus would really dislike the Federal Reserve Bank, Ben Bernake and QE2.  We discussed this in an prior piece suggesting that Jesus would probably ask God to send Bernake and Treasury Tim Geither straight to hell.  So I do not need to elaborate on why on that part.

Second, we know both Jesus and Scherer strongly dislike real estate property taxes.  Jesus definitely opposed a practice in Israel called the Jubilee.  Now the Jubilee happened every fifty years.  Unlike my real estate property taxes that happen every year. 

Further, anyone that reads the Bible knows or should know what the Jubilee was in context to what happened to Jesus.My theory is when Jesus opposed the Jewish tradition of the Jubilee, well . . .  this ticked off a lot of people.  And this is one of the major reasons Jesus was crucified. 

Third, Jesus stated regarding the Jubilee the oft quoted statement, "render unto Caesar, those things that belong to Caesar, and render unto God those things that belong to God."  Now my take on what Jesus was stating is basically God owns everything and Caesar does not get squat including my real estate taxes.  So both Jesus and Scherer are alike in disliking real estate property taxes. Regardless, I am digressing. 

Finally, getting back to the issue at hand.  Since Jesus dislikes bankers including stupid things like QE2, and he hates taxes, clearly Jesus must have at least been a socialist. I think a better question that could have been posted was Jesus a progressive socialist, a republican or a Tea Party kind of person.  I personally think Jesus would have been a tea party person and a strong supporter of Sarah Palin.

Whether he was a commie or not, I doubt.  If Jesus were a commie, he would be working at CNN.

Monday, November 22, 2010

A lot of GOP insiders are desperate-So they attack Sarah Palin?

I find it amusing that some GOP insiders, mainly Bush like people decided to launch today some kind of zany offensive campaign against Tea Party hero, Sarah Palin.

This only makes sense because Sarah Palin clearly represents a new type of politican that is not afraid of GOP insiders. 

So it is only natural these evil people are going to try to derail the Palin juggernaut.  Good luck with that one.  With Palin rolling along, and getting more confident she can win the Presidency in 2012 and beat the progressive socialists including Obama, a lot of people are going to want to attack Palin.

Good.  All the attention, even negative will help Palin gather more  steam as she continues to focus on what we the people of America want.  And that ticks off the Bush loyalists.  Maybe these GOP insiders should be focusing on what Sarah Palin represents.  Which is us.

This plan of the Bushites will backfire and solidify Palin as the leading Presidential candidate as the caucus events start happening. They always attack the one leading for the wrong reasons. 

Then, one of my worst fears, a Hillary Clinton vice presidency by  swapping places with Joe Biden is so laughable.  And scary. 

Can anyone really see Joe Biden being a Secretary of State?  Get real people.  Has everyone in Washington lost their minds? 

Apparently so. 

Way to go Bush people. Thanks for the humor today. I needed to roflmao again.  What next? Jeb Bush going to run?  I certainly hope no one is serious about that happening.  Bush III-what a nightmare that would be.

Monday, November 15, 2010

DO NOT DRINK THE WATER IN IMMOKALEE FLORIDA: My fate and destiny resides in Immokalee-Why Jesus?

For some unknown reason, fate keeps taking me back to the deplorable 3rd world conditions of Immokale Florida. Why, I do not need to determine.

Now previously I had posted two posts last spring on my attempts on behalf of the GOV of FL, through delegation with the FL ADA coordinator to moniter and offer assistance to the migrant farm workers that reside there.

This weekend, I was invited by a friend to attend and participate in a protest in Naples FL yesterday at a local Publix store, a major grocery chain here in southern FL.

I learned something from participating in this demonstration with the leaders of the Migrant Farmworker Coalition. My previous work efforts related to being assistive to the deplorable work conditions and horrible inequity in pay to these individuals made me realize why my past efforts in my being assistive had failed.

These migrant farm workers have lots of pride. They do not want charity or handouts. Including any that would be provided by the state of FL, the people of FL or anyone else such as myself. No, these proud workers merely want a fair wage for their hard work. The work they do provide results in putting food on your table.

So now I am better informed of what the migrant farm workers really want. A fair wage. But I am not going to be happy with merely a fair wage.

A lot of the wealthy and fortunate here in southern FL quickly take the easiet option and merely donate money or their used property thinking incorrectly, just like I did, these migrant farm working families must need our charity in the form of money and used property.  Wrong.

I agree with the migrant farm workers postion related to getting a fair wage for their labor.  I stand corrected however, and remain united with them on a fair wage.  However, unlike them, I want more than that for all those that reside in Immokalee including the migrant farm workers.

At a higher level, I always put life before economic development.  I note these can and should be done concurrently.  But not in Immokalee.  Local leaders are only focused on an economic engine and could care less about human life and deplorable and deadly living conditions for these people.  So, it is only civil to want more than merely fair wages for their hard labor.

These migrant farm workers and the rest of the citizens of Immmokalee also deserve adequate living conditions. This includes the county ensuring some basic public services like drinking water does not kill the residents, the migrant farm workers, or members of their families.

Now my little piece of this equation remains firmly that the county in which they reside admitted to me in dated email this past spring that factually the drainage ditches along the state highways are not properly being maintained causing stagnation and pollution. Which then in turn,  those polluted waters infilitrate and contaminate the ground water results in people dying from merely drinking water.

That remains deplorable.  And for Collier County officials to admit to me in an email their officials failed to maintain the drainage ditches causing death to others, is simplly an act of murder by omission, by the county.

So instead of the generous and fortunate people of Collier county doing what is easy-giving contributions not wanted by these proud and underpaid migrant farm workers, I merely suggest the fortunate of Collier County ask and demand the county maintain their drainage ditches that are causing this deadly pollution.

It is plain to me the people of Immokalee including the migrant farm workers that are part of the economic engine of Immokalee, deserve not to die while being a big picture in that economic engine.

Now I am all for economic development. Many in southern FL merely want to make this area a major tourist attraction similar to the "new" Las Vegas and Atlantic City.

Well, if indeed that is what the people of southern FL want, a good place to start is ensuring those people that reside in Immokalee do not die from a simple failure to maintain drainage ditches that are polluted. You think?

So to those that go to the Seminole Indian Casino in Immokalee, do not drink the water.

It might kill you.

Just like it is doing to the migrant farm workers, their families and equally to the other residents of this town.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Deficit Reduction Commission-ROFLMAO

Right.  The progressive socialist party, aka democrats now have a deficit reduction commission wanting to trick all of us people again.  After wasting trillions of  dollars, the socialists now want to trick us some more, we the dummies . . . err,  we the people to somehow magically believe they are suddenly post-election somehow serious now about reducing the federal deficit.

Particularily now that the GOP controls Congress.  Equally funny is the GOP stating they are going to reduce the federal deficit after we all had to endure 8 years of GWB's fiscal irresponsibity and political nonsense.

Sure they are.  A bunch of lying politician yahoos still remain in control in DC.

Yesterday, I hear this rumor the dem party in part of their scheme and deficit reduction nonsense is going to get the political ball rolling with a bribe of 250 dollars to senior citizens and others on Social Security. Usually the bribes are supposed to be done right before the election.  What were they thinking.  The bribes should have been in late October.  Not after the election.

Now how does giving moeny in the amount of 250 dollars somehow cause a deficit reduction?  If the dem socialists give away 250 dollars in a bribe to the senior voting block, that is somehow reducing the federal deficit?  Let me if I have this right.  The Dem leadership plan to reduce the deficit is spend money?  Great thinking.  Hence, the shellacking in 2010 election cycle.

And plus, there is bipartisian support for a a moratorium on earmarks?  Sure they are.  ROFL.

This is the kind of nonsense only Crazy Nancy could think of.  No one normal thinks like this.  First, spend money to reduce the deficit dortefies common sense.  Really, what this is telling me the Dem leadership is so desperate after getting shellacked at the voting booths, they are going to start the bribes shortly after the election. 

Second, I anticipate more bribes will be coming forth clear to the 2012 Presidential election.  Bribes for votes.  The new political agenda for the Dem Socialist Party, naturally another stolen idea from Bush tactical analysts.  Whomever offers the biggest bribe is the new paradigm in politican elections.  Pander to people's greed and economic self-interest before the election.  Then tax the crap out of us post-election.  Give a little, tax a lot kind of logic. 

Now the GOP are about as insane.  Reduce the budget deficit by insisting the the Bush tax cuts must be extened to cut the federal deficit-our GOP federal tax scheme just has to stay in place. Now this kind of irrational logic is just as bad as the dem socialists.  Reduce federal receipts is somehow necessary to reduce the federal deficit.  This is merely  more of that Reagan Voodoo Economic theories; or as I prefer to call it, economic nonsense.

Somehow, by reducing federal tax receipts from the rich will somehow magically lead by trickle-down economics that will in turn lead our nation to another round of economic prosperity leading to a budget deficit reduction,  So based on GOP logic, our nation must keep the Bush tax cuts in place bcause the rich cannot afford right now to pay a fairer amount and our economy just has to have kept in place phoney baloney tax protection for the rich.  No wonder the Tea Party movement continues post-election.

To deal with all this political doublespeak and lack of rational thought makes most of us want to ROFL.  The way I see things, like most normal people, is we justcannot believe either one of these lying political parties.  You can bet there will be no agreement from this budget deficit recommendations anyone will find credible. Nor will any of their recommendations be implemented.

 It seems to me all I am hearing from this commission is a fear tactic stolen from Bush theorists.  Scare the crap out of people pretending the dems must do something now that they lost control of Congress. 

Earmarks, corruption and bribes will all be increasing the federal deficit and will merely continue as is typical of DC political yahoos.  Talk about reducing the deficit just like a drunken sailor returning to port after a long voyage.  Lie like a dog. 

So, at least while the the two major parties continue to  lie to all of us dummies, most of us skeptics out here are so used to, remains very much our political reality leaving me roflmao. 

Rhetorically, are there any statesmen left in America?

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Looking back at Bushisms-A Bush League Book

Do I miss George Bush being our President?  Hardly.  I am not even happy he is doing his self-promotion with his book.  Here are some fuzzy memories most of us remember six years ago full of Bushisms:

Thursday, September 02, 2004
In Acceptance Speech, President Bush Shares His Plan for a Safer World & More Hopeful America

Republican National Convention,New York, New York(Remarks as prepared for delivery.)

Mr. Chairman, delegates, fellow citizens: I am honored by your support, and I accept your nomination for President of the United States.

When I said those words four years ago, none of us could have envisioned what these years would bring. In the heart of this great city, we saw tragedy arrive on a quiet morning. We saw the bravery of rescuers grow with danger. We learned of passengers on a doomed plane who died with a courage that frightened their killers. We have seen a shaken economy rise to its feet. And we have seen Americans in uniform storming mountain strongholds, and charging through sandstorms, and liberating millions, with acts of valor that would make the men of Normandy proud.

Since 2001, Americans have been given hills to climb, and found the strength to climb them. Now, because we have made the hard journey, we can see the valley below. Now, because we have faced challenges with resolve, we have historic goals within our reach, and greatness in our future. We will build a safer world and a more hopeful America—and nothing will hold us back.

In the work we have done, and the work we will do, I am fortunate to have a superb Vice President. I have counted on Dick Cheney’s calm and steady judgment in difficult days, and I am honored to have him at my side.

I am grateful to share my walk in life with Laura Bush. Americans have come to see the goodness and kindness and strength I first saw 26 years ago, and we love our First Lady.

I am a fortunate father of two spirited, intelligent, and lovely young women. I am blessed with a sister and brothers who are also my closest friends. And I will always be the proud and grateful son of George and Barbara Bush.

My father served eight years at the side of another great American—Ronald Reagan. His spirit of optimism and goodwill and decency are in this hall, and in our hearts, and will always define our party.

Two months from today, voters will make a choice based on the records we have built, the convictions we hold, and the vision that guides us forward. A presidential election is a contest for the future. Tonight I will tell you where I stand, what I believe, and where I will lead this country in the next four years.

I believe every child can learn, and every school must teach—so we passed the most important federal education reform in history. Because we acted, children are making sustained progress in reading and math, America’s schools are getting better, and nothing will hold us back.

I believe we have a moral responsibility to honor America’s seniors—so I brought Republicans and Democrats together to strengthen Medicare. Now seniors are getting immediate help buying medicine. Soon every senior will be able to get prescription drug coverage, and nothing will hold us back.

I believe in the energy and innovative spirit of America’s workers, entrepreneurs, farmers, and ranchers—so we unleashed that energy with the largest tax relief in a generation. Because we acted, our economy is growing again, and creating jobs, and nothing will hold us back.

I believe the most solemn duty of the American president is to protect the American people. If America shows uncertainty and weakness in this decade, the world will drift toward tragedy. This will not happen on my watch.

I am running for President with a clear and positive plan to build a safer world, and a more hopeful America. I am running with a compassionate conservative philosophy: that government should help people improve their lives, not try to run their lives. I believe this Nation wants steady, consistent, principled leadership—and that is why, with your help, we will win this election.

The story of America is the story of expanding liberty: an ever-widening circle, constantly growing to reach further and include more. Our Nation’s founding commitment is still our deepest commitment: In our world, and here at home, we will extend the frontiers of freedom.

The times in which we live and work are changing dramatically. The workers of our parents’ generation typically had one job, one skill, one career ? often with one company that provided health care and a pension. And most of those workers were men. Today, workers change jobs, even careers, many times during their lives, and in one of the most dramatic shifts our society has seen, two-thirds of all Moms also work outside the home.

This changed world can be a time of great opportunity for all Americans to earn a better living, support your family, and have a rewarding career. And government must take your side. Many of our most fundamental systems—the tax code, health coverage, pension plans, worker training—were created for the world of yesterday, not tomorrow. We will transform these systems so that all citizens are equipped, prepared—and thus truly free—to make your own choices and pursue your own dreams.

My plan begins with providing the security and opportunity of a growing economy. We now compete in a global market that provides new buyers for our goods, but new competition for our workers. To create more jobs in America, America must be the best place in the world to do business. To create jobs, my plan will encourage investment and expansion by restraining federal spending, reducing regulation, and making tax relief permanent. To create jobs, we will make our country less dependent on foreign sources of energy. To create jobs, we will expand trade and level the playing field to sell American goods and services across the globe. And we must protect small business owners and workers from the explosion of frivolous lawsuits that threaten jobs across America.

Another drag on our economy is the current tax code, which is a complicated mess—filled with special interest loopholes, saddling our people with more than six billion hours of paperwork and headache every year. The American people deserve—and our economic future demands—a simpler, fairer, pro-growth system. In a new term, I will lead a bipartisan effort to reform and simplify the federal tax code.

Another priority in a new term will be to help workers take advantage of the expanding economy to find better, higher-paying jobs. In this time of change, many workers want to go back to school to learn different or higher-level skills. So we will double the number of people served by our principal job training program and increase funding for community colleges. I know that with the right skills, American workers can compete with anyone, anywhere in the world.

In this time of change, opportunity in some communities is more distant than in others. To stand with workers in poor communities—and those that have lost manufacturing, textile, and other jobs—we will create American opportunity zones. In these areas, we’ll provide tax relief and other incentives to attract new business, and improve housing and job training to bring hope and work throughout all of America.

As I’ve traveled the country, I’ve met many workers and small business owners who have told me they are worried they cannot afford health care. More than half of the uninsured are small business employees and their families. In a new term, we must allow small firms to join together to purchase insurance at the discounts available to big companies. We will offer a tax credit to encourage small businesses and their employees to set up health savings accounts, and provide direct help for low-income Americans to purchase them. These accounts give workers the security of insurance against major illness, the opportunity to save tax-free for routine health expenses, and the freedom of knowing you can take your account with you whenever you change jobs. And we will provide low-income Americans with better access to health care: In a new term, I will ensure every poor county in America has a community or rural health center.

As I have traveled our country, I have met too many good doctors, especially OB-GYNS, who are being forced out of practice because of the high cost of lawsuits. To make health care more affordable and accessible, we must pass medical liability reform now. And in all we do to improve health care in America, we will make sure that health decisions are made by doctors and patients, not by bureaucrats in Washington, DC.

In this time of change, government must take the side of working families. In a new term, we will change outdated labor laws to offer comp-time and flex-time. Our laws should never stand in the way of a more family-friendly workplace.

Another priority for a new term is to build an ownership society, because ownership brings security, and dignity, and independence. Thanks to our policies, homeownership in America is at an all-time high. Tonight we set a new goal: seven million more affordable homes in the next 10 years so more American families will be able to open the door and say welcome to my home.

In an ownership society, more people will own their health plans, and have the confidence of owning a piece of their retirement. We will always keep the promise of Social Security for our older workers. With the huge Baby Boom generation approaching retirement, many of our children and grandchildren understandably worry whether Social Security will be there when they need it. We must strengthen Social Security by allowing younger workers to save some of their taxes in a personal account—a nest egg you can call your own, and government can never take away.

In all these proposals, we seek to provide not just a government program, but a path—a path to greater opportunity, more freedom, and more control over your own life.

This path begins with our youngest Americans. To build a more hopeful America, we must help our children reach as far as their vision and character can take them. Tonight, I remind every parent and every teacher, I say to every child: No matter what your circumstance, no matter where you live—your school will be the path to the promise of America.

We are transforming our schools by raising standards and focusing on results. We are insisting on accountability, empowering parents and teachers, and making sure that local people are in charge of their schools. By testing every child, we are identifying those who need help ? and we’re providing a record level of funding to get them that help. In northeast Georgia, Gainesville Elementary School is mostly Hispanic and 90 percent poor ? and this year 90 percent of its students passed state tests in reading and math. The principal expresses the philosophy of his school this way: “We don’t focus on what we can’t do at this school; we focus on what we can do—We do whatever it takes to get kids across the finish line.” This principal is challenging the soft bigotry of low expectations, and that is the spirit of our education reform, and the commitment of our country: No dejaremos a ningzn niqo atras. We will leave no child behind.

We are making progress—and there is more to do. In this time of change, most new jobs are filled by people with at least two years of college, yet only about one in four students gets there. In our high schools, we will fund early intervention programs to help students at risk. We will place a new focus on math and science. As we make progress, we will require a rigorous exam before graduation. By raising performance in our high schools, and expanding Pell grants for low and middle income families, we will help more Americans start their career with a college diploma.

America’s children must also have a healthy start in life. In a new term, we will lead an aggressive effort to enroll millions of poor children who are eligible but not signed up for the government’s health insurance programs. We will not allow a lack of attention, or information, to stand between these children and the health care they need.

Anyone who wants more details on my agenda can find them online. The web address is not very imaginative, but it’s easy to remember:

These changing times can be exciting times of expanded opportunity. And here, you face a choice. My opponent’s policies are dramatically different from ours. Senator Kerry opposed Medicare reform and health savings accounts. After supporting my education reforms, he now wants to dilute them. He opposes legal and medical liability reform. He opposed reducing the marriage penalty, opposed doubling the child credit, and opposed lowering income taxes for all who pay them. To be fair, there are some things my opponent is for—he’s proposed more than two trillion dollars in new federal spending so far, and that’s a lot, even for a senator from Massachusetts. To pay for that spending, he is running on a platform of increasing taxes—and that’s the kind of promise a politician usually keeps.

His policies of tax and spend—of expanding government rather than expanding opportunity—are the policies of the past. We are on the path to the future—and we are not turning back.

In this world of change, some things do not change: the values we try to live by, the institutions that give our lives meaning and purpose. Our society rests on a foundation of responsibility and character and family commitment. Because family and work are sources of stability and dignity, I support welfare reform that strengthens family and requires work. Because a caring society will value its weakest members, we must make a place for the unborn child. Because religious charities provide a safety net of mercy and compassion, our government must never discriminate against them. Because the union of a man and woman deserves an honored place in our society, I support the protection of marriage against activist judges. And I will continue to appoint federal judges who know the difference between personal opinion and the strict interpretation of the law.

My opponent recently announced that he is the candidate of “conservative values,” which must have come as a surprise to a lot of his supporters. Now, there are some problems with this claim. If you say the heart and soul of America is found in Hollywood, I’m afraid you are not the candidate of conservative values. If you voted against the bipartisan Defense of Marriage Act, which President Clinton signed, you are not the candidate of conservative values. If you gave a speech, as my opponent did, calling the Reagan presidency eight years of “moral darkness,” then you may be a lot of things, but the candidate of conservative values is not one of them.
This election will also determine how America responds to the continuing danger of terrorism—and you know where I stand. Three days after September 11th, I stood where Americans died, in the ruins of the Twin Towers. Workers in hard hats were shouting to me, “Whatever it takes.” A fellow grabbed me by the arm and he said, “Do not let me down.” Since that day, I wake up every morning thinking about how to better protect our country. I will never relent in defending America—whatever it takes.

So we have fought the terrorists across the earth—not for pride, not for power, but because the lives of our citizens are at stake. Our strategy is clear. We have tripled funding for homeland security and trained half a million first responders, because we are determined to protect our homeland. We are transforming our military and reforming and strengthening our intelligence services. We are staying on the offensive—striking terrorists abroad—so we do not have to face them here at home. And we are working to advance liberty in the broader Middle East, because freedom will bring a future of hope, and the peace we all want. And we will prevail.

Our strategy is succeeding. Four years ago, Afghanistan was the home base of al-Qaida, Pakistan was a transit point for terrorist groups, Saudi Arabia was fertile ground for terrorist fundraising, Libya was secretly pursuing nuclear weapons, Iraq was a gathering threat, and al-Qaida was largely unchallenged as it planned attacks. Today, the government of a free Afghanistan is fighting terror, Pakistan is capturing terrorist leaders, Saudi Arabia is making raids and arrests, Libya is dismantling its weapons programs, the army of a free Iraq is fighting for freedom, and more than three-quarters of al-Qaida’s key members and associates have been detained or killed. We have led, many have joined, and America and the world are safer.

This progress involved careful diplomacy, clear moral purpose, and some tough decisions. And the toughest came on Iraq. We knew Saddam Hussein’s record of aggression and support for terror. We knew his long history of pursuing, even using, weapons of mass destruction. And we know that September 11th requires our country to think differently: We must, and we will, confront threats to America before it is too late.

In Saddam Hussein, we saw a threat. Members of both political parties, including my opponent and his running mate, saw the threat, and voted to authorize the use of force. We went to the United Nations Security Council, which passed a unanimous resolution demanding the dictator disarm, or face serious consequences. Leaders in the Middle East urged him to comply. After more than a decade of diplomacy, we gave Saddam Hussein another chance, a final chance, to meet his responsibilities to the civilized world. He again refused, and I faced the kind of decision that comes only to the Oval Office—a decision no president would ask for, but must be prepared to make. Do I forget the lessons of September 11th and take the word of a madman, or do I take action to defend our country? Faced with that choice, I will defend America every time.

Because we acted to defend our country, the murderous regimes of Saddam Hussein and the Taliban are history, more than 50 million people have been liberated, and democracy is coming to the broader Middle East. In Afghanistan, terrorists have done everything they can to intimidate people—yet more than 10 million citizens have registered to vote in the October presidential election ? a resounding endorsement of democracy. Despite ongoing acts of violence, Iraq now has a strong Prime Minister, a national council, and national elections are scheduled for January. Our Nation is standing with the people of Afghanistan and Iraq, because when America gives its word, America must keep its word. As importantly, we are serving a vital and historic cause that will make our country safer. Free societies in the Middle East will be hopeful societies, which no longer feed resentments and breed violence for export. Free governments in the Middle East will fight terrorists instead of harboring them, and that helps us keep the peace. So our mission in Afghanistan and Iraq is clear: We will help new leaders to train their armies, and move toward elections, and get on the path of stability and democracy as quickly as possible. And then our troops will return home with the honor they have earned.

Our troops know the historic importance of our work. One Army Specialist wrote home: “We are transforming a once sick society into a hopeful place ... The various terrorist enemies we are facing in Iraq,” he continued, “are really aiming at you back in the United States. This is a test of will for our country. We soldiers of yours are doing great and scoring victories in confronting the evil terrorists.”

That young man is right—our men and women in uniform are doing a superb job for America. Tonight I want to speak to all of them—and to their families: You are involved in a struggle of historic proportion. Because of your service and sacrifice, we are defeating the terrorists where they live and plan, and making America safer. Because of you, women in Afghanistan are no longer shot in a sports stadium. Because of you, the people of Iraq no longer fear being executed and left in mass graves. Because of you, the world is more just and will be more peaceful. We owe you our thanks, and we owe you something more. We will give you all the resources, all the tools, and all the support you need for victory.

Again, my opponent and I have different approaches. I proposed, and the Congress overwhelmingly passed, 87 billion dollars in funding needed by our troops doing battle in Afghanistan and Iraq. My opponent and his running mate voted against this money for bullets, and fuel, and vehicles, and body armor. When asked to explain his vote, the Senator said, “I actually did vote for the 87 billion dollars before I voted against it.” Then he said he was “proud” of that vote. Then, when pressed, he said it was a “complicated” matter. There is nothing complicated about supporting our troops in combat.

Our allies also know the historic importance of our work. About 40 nations stand beside us in Afghanistan, and some 30 in Iraq. And I deeply appreciate the courage and wise counsel of leaders like Prime Minister Howard, and President Kwasniewski, and Prime Minister Berlusconi -- and, of course, Prime Minister Tony Blair.

Again, my opponent takes a different approach. In the midst of war, he has called America’s allies, quote, a “coalition of the coerced and the bribed.” That would be nations like Great Britain, Poland, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Denmark, El Salvador, Australia, and others—allies that deserve the respect of all Americans, not the scorn of a politician. I respect every soldier, from every country, who serves beside us in the hard work of history. America is grateful, and America will not forget.

The people we have freed won’t forget either. Not long ago, seven Iraqi men came to see me in the Oval Office. They had “X”s branded into their foreheads, and their right hands had been cut off, by Saddam Hussein’s secret police, the sadistic punishment for imaginary crimes. During our emotional visit one of the Iraqi men used his new prosthetic hand to slowly write out, in Arabic, a prayer for God to bless America. I am proud that our country remains the hope of the oppressed, and the greatest force for good on this earth.

Others understand the historic importance of our work. The terrorists know. They know that a vibrant, successful democracy at the heart of the Middle East will discredit their radical ideology of hate. They know that men and women with hope, and purpose, and dignity do not strap bombs on their bodies and kill the innocent. The terrorists are fighting freedom with all their cunning and cruelty because freedom is their greatest fear—and they should be afraid, because freedom is on the march.

I believe in the transformational power of liberty: The wisest use of American strength is to advance freedom. As the citizens of Afghanistan and Iraq seize the moment, their example will send a message of hope throughout a vital region. Palestinians will hear the message that democracy and reform are within their reach, and so is peace with our good friend Israel. Young women across the Middle East will hear the message that their day of equality and justice is coming. Young men will hear the message that national progress and dignity are found in liberty, not tyranny and terror. Reformers, and political prisoners, and exiles will hear the message that their dream of freedom cannot be denied forever. And as freedom advances—heart by heart, and nation by nation—America will be more secure and the world more peaceful.

America has done this kind of work before—and there have always been doubters. In 1946, 18 months after the fall of Berlin to allied forces, a journalist wrote in the New York Times, “Germany is ... a land in an acute stage of economic, political and moral crisis. [European] capitals are frightened. In every [military] headquarters, one meets alarmed officials doing their utmost to deal with the consequences of the occupation policy that they admit has failed.” End quote. Maybe that same person’s still around, writing editorials. Fortunately, we had a resolute president named Truman, who with the American people persevered, knowing that a new democracy at the center of Europe would lead to stability and peace. And because that generation of Americans held firm in the cause of liberty, we live in a better and safer world today.

The progress we and our friends and allies seek in the broader Middle East will not come easily, or all at once. Yet Americans, of all people, should never be surprised by the power of liberty to transform lives and nations. That power brought settlers on perilous journeys, inspired colonies to rebellion, ended the sin of slavery, and set our Nation against the tyrannies of the 20th century. We were honored to aid the rise of democracy in Germany and Japan and Nicaragua and Central Europe and the Baltics --and that noble story goes on. I believe that America is called to lead the cause of freedom in a new century. I believe that millions in the Middle East plead in silence for their liberty. I believe that given the chance, they will embrace the most honorable form of government ever devised by man. I believe all these things because freedom is not America’s gift to the world, it is the Almighty God’s gift to every man and woman in this world.

This moment in the life of our country will be remembered. Generations will know if we kept our faith and kept our word. Generations will know if we seized this moment, and used it to build a future of safety and peace. The freedom of many, and the future security of our Nation, now depend on us. And tonight, my fellow Americans, I ask you to stand with me.

In the last four years, you and I have come to know each other. Even when we don’t agree, at least you know what I believe and where I stand. You may have noticed I have a few flaws, too. People sometimes have to correct my English—I knew I had a problem when Arnold Schwarzenegger started doing it. Some folks look at me and see a certain swagger, which in Texas is called “walking.” Now and then I come across as a little too blunt—and for that we can all thank the white-haired lady sitting right up there.One thing I have learned about the presidency is that whatever shortcomings you have, people are going to notice them—and whatever strengths you have, you’re going to need them. These four years have brought moments I could not foresee and will not forget. I have tried to comfort Americans who lost the most on September 11th—people who showed me a picture or told me a story, so I would know how much was taken from them. I have learned first-hand that ordering Americans into battle is the hardest decision, even when it is right. I have returned the salute of wounded soldiers, some with a very tough road ahead, who say they were just doing their job. I’ve held the children of the fallen, who are told their dad or mom is a hero, but would rather just have their dad or mom.

And I have met with parents and wives and husbands who have received a folded flag, and said a final goodbye to a soldier they loved. I am awed that so many have used those meetings to say that I am in their prayers ? to offer encouragement to me. Where does strength like that come from? How can people so burdened with sorrow also feel such pride? It is because they know their loved one was last seen doing good. Because they know that liberty was precious to the one they lost. And in those military families, I have seen the character of a great nation: decent, and idealistic, and strong.

The world saw that spirit three miles from here, when the people of this city faced peril together, and lifted a flag over the ruins, and defied the enemy with their courage. My fellow Americans, for as long as our country stands, people will look to the resurrection of New York City and they will say: Here buildings fell, and here a nation rose.

We see America’s character in our military, which finds a way or makes one. We see it in our veterans, who are supporting military families in their days of worry. We see it in our young people, who have found heroes once again. We see that character in workers and entrepreneurs, who are renewing our economy with their effort and optimism. And all of this has confirmed one belief beyond doubt: Having come this far, our tested and confident Nation can achieve anything.

To everything we know there is a season—a time for sadness, a time for struggle, a time for rebuilding. And now we have reached a time for hope. This young century will be liberty’s century. By promoting liberty abroad, we will build a safer world. By encouraging liberty at home, we will build a more hopeful America. Like generations before us, we have a calling from beyond the stars to stand for freedom. This is the everlasting dream of America -- and tonight, in this place, that dream is renewed. Now we go forward—grateful for our freedom, faithful to our cause, and confident in the future of the greatest nation on earth.

God bless you, and may God continue to bless America.


So when I look back whether that be 2000, 2004, or 2008, one thing is quite clear.  We keep electing really rotten fiscally irresponsible people to be the POTUS and then we all shake our heads wondering what is wrong with America.  Start this book with Bush and move forward to Obama and hopefully, insanity and fiscal irresponsibility ends in 2012. 

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

What me worry? by Alfred E. Bernake

While Muslim Obama is sucking up to the rest of his Muslim world, most of us reasonable people remember Mad Magazine and the former Alfred E. Neuman.  Who has been succeeded by Fed Reserve Chairman Alfred E. Bernake. 

Mr. Bernake clearly does not worry about the value of the American dollar.  So he just makes more money whenever he feels like it, usually on a whim.  Why should Alfred Bernake  worry?

He has the rest of us Americans who can worry about Bernake's monetary expansionistic theories related to our stagnation, zero economic growth, foreclosures, declining property values and no job expansion; while little is being done regarding our national infrastructure.

So why should we worry either?

We should all do like the rest of the international community is going to do-dump t-bills and invest in gold and real hard assets instead of worthless U.S. dollars.

For the kids that do not remember Alfred E. Bernake, just go to this link:

Thursday, November 4, 2010

The only thing more insane than QE2 are the people running the Federal Reserve System

Well, there goes another trillion dollars of your money.  The Federal Reserve calls it quantatative easing, part II.  Then, part III further sending our national economy into the crapper as we move from being a brokeass nation to a bankrupt nation.

Demand an accounting of the Federal Reserve including the removal of the Treasury Secretary, Tim Geithner for remaining clueless about what we the people want.

Now that we have spoken, there is a lot we need to do to get jobs and economic prosperity.  The first job is fire the Treasury Secretary, an economist that clearly is trying to screw us, we the people some more.  As stated, until we get rid of this manipulation of the national economy by this fourth branch of the government, the Federal Reserve, we are still screwed regardless of the election outcome yesterday.

With zero interest rates, the only entities that are going to prosper are bankers.  Screw the bankers.  We should have allowed a free market economy to force them to take bankruptcy back in 2008; just like any other business.  Instead, these bastards are robbing us.  Hence, why your home value continues to decline.  Provided you still have your home and are not in foreclosure already.

When we look back five to ten years from now, we will sadly remember how rotten things were.  Zero interest rates, massive home foreclosures, banks hoarding money, resulting in massive job losses domestically.  While our national infrastructure remains a big mess.

Hell, we all know how rotten our national economy is already.  This giveaway by the Federal Reserve is merely another horrible day in our country's history. 

We will not forget all this manipulation by the Federal Reserve.  The goal of all us is to remember and demand accountability, transparency and an end to the Federal Reserve Banking system as we know it.


Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Net Effect of the 2010 Election Cycle: We the people

The net effect of the 2010 election cycle produced a stunning, but predictable win for we the people.  We elected more statemen regardless of party affiliation.  Good. 

Monday, November 1, 2010

Election Eve Crapola and why the raping of we the people will continue-Think QE2

Well, finally the elections will be over tomorrow.  Naturally, the House will be divided with gridlock with a few of the political yahoos still up there in the hellhole of DC. 

Further, we the people will have to endure more federal reserve nonsense tomorrow also called QE2.  Quantitative easing.  Which should make all of us uneasy as we are raped again by the Federal Reserve messing up the national economy.

Now with QE2, coupled with what Obama stated on Comedy Central last week, the banking system was so unregulated, it remains a huge mess. Obama clearly stated if he had let the free market economy do its thing, the, we would had a financial  meltdown worse than the Great Depression.

Merely look at what is happening on real estate foreclosures.  Notice all this nonsense to artificially stall foreclosures.  For good reason.  Too many of them. Home values will continue to decline some more, causing more foreclosures.  If you are feeling like you got raped, you did.  And the raping is still not done by the federal government, the crappy federal reserve and the too big to fail banks. 

After tomorrow, keep your expectations pretty low.  The rapings are going to continue. And do not expect Kevin Yoder to do much about it.  He has been greased by corporate America and will be one of the rapers of Kansans in the 3rd District.  Until we can get rid of him in 2012. 

You could have had Scherer.  Instead, you get a rapist for a congressman.  Way to go, Kansans. 

Turn the finger inward after tomorrow wondering what happened this time, this election cycle.  And when you wonder why you are getting screwed again, the finger points in the right direction.  You are the problem.