Wednesday, December 1, 2010


Proof that History does repeat itself.


I have a theory. A theory that progressives are a retardation in the DNA, which occurs to certain individuals who should not procreate and further their lineage. This retardation makes the body not want to perform normal duties, but to rally for other individual causes that are more "soft" in regards to not actually causing progress or creating a thing known as wealth. This usually results in a phenomena called an entitlement, where the laws of Physics do not apply, especially those of the Thermodynamic realm.

You see, these people actually believe that one who makes very little can get "credits" from "taxes" that they really do not pay, but get back in the form of "refunds".

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Now That's a Community Orgnizing Program

Just watched this on Fox News....

Going to swim now.

It is time to start running these fools, their followers, and the frauds who fund them out of their organizing, out of their offices, and out of this great nation.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Liberal: a Definition

My father in law has always had this statement about a Liberal:

"A Liberal is a person who thinks they can pick up a turd by the clean end"

Listening to all the dialogue emanating from their maws, you would tend to think that it is true.

Not sure where he heard. He may have coined the phrase.

Insurance Reform

Anyone under 50 who believes that the government should provide healthcare or subsidize it is either a fool or an idiot. Anyone older, lost. This has nothing to do with Medicare, Medicaid, etc, etc, etc. It has to do with health insurance.

I am in my forties, have a family with two children, one with ailments and a spouse with ailments. I pay for my own insurance. I own my own business. I deduct my costs accordingly.

My insurance is not there to keep me alive- it helps for the prescriptions which are a lot for my wife and one of my children. I have a high deductible and a monthly premium that is actually the same as my car+home+life insurance. The other insurance I can buy from different states. My health, I cannot. This must change. The Republicans want to add this, but the Democrats are the party of NO here.

Now I stated that my deductible is pretty high: $4000. That is in case of a serious injury, however, if I am admitted into an emergency room (for example I have a serious accident or some drunk illegal alien smashes into my car; we have many of those here in AZ) I pay nothing. It is geared that way. So is the plan your employer has for you if you work for someone else and are relying on someone else to through scraps of insurance plans to you as a "perk".

Now it did work out for me. I got into an situation where I incurred a severe laceration on my finger as the result of some work I was doing at home. I went to the emergency room, waited for about 15 minutes and was brought into triage. There, the head triage physician looked at my finger and then HE ACTUALLY APPLIED THE SUTURE. His statement to me was that as a self-employed person, it must be important to get me back into the game. True Story.

Now my deductible is high as is the bills for the hospital, but the Doctor’s have to purchase their own insurance to stay “legal”. It is called malpractice insurance and it is much, much, much greater than any insurance you, me, or your employer (see previous) pays. Why? Simple: TRIAL LAWYERS. They are against Tort Reform. The Democrats are against Tort Reform. The Democrats are the party of NO here, again.

Now what is worse is that if this smoldering turd of a bill passes, I will be taxed additionally to accommodate those who are unfortunate enough not to afford it. What a crock! I think we need to employ truth in taxation just as we have “truth in lending” principles. I am in great physical shape, exercise frequently, and have participated in triathlons. If some fat puke who “cannot afford insurance” has a cell phone, cable TV, and wears bling, WTF?

How about a bill that presses a couple of those ideas on TRUE REFORM:
1. Precondition abandonment or significantly reduced waiting periods.
3. Liquidate any state boundary laws. I believe this was once applied to banks a while ago?
4. Litmus test for Losers/Liars: If you choose to spend money on new rims for your Impala rather than look at health care, you are on your own.

Seriously, if my business imploded, and it could if our economy takes another nose dive, I would be out knocking on doors doing odd jobs, flipping burgers at Micky D's, sanitation "engineering", etc. I would be able to qualify for some state assistance and might consider using it for my child with ailments.

I understand that a lot of the older population needs additional assistance. I know that if the borders were dropped the prices would go down. If Doctors do not have excessive upfront malpractice costs, the price would go down as well. It is just elementary there. I do know that there are areas that need to be rooted, let the free market take care of that. I do not want to watch our level of medical superiority drop like a rock.

This whole "reform" is a sack. From the articles I have read and the commentary and cherry picking by some websites, there are serious issues with what the Democrat majority are attempting to pass and I applaud all those who have taken time to attend these functions, fight the good fight, and distill the evidence, yet still provide the original sources.

Employers like myself cannot possibly stay afloat if we are to begin taking on additional "fees", "surcharges", taxes in order to satiate some liberal dream fantasy.

Monday, September 7, 2009

Skool Daze

The Mrs. and I have been reading, watching, and listening to all the hubbub about the President's big address to the children of the United States tomorrow (September 7, 2009). Our two kids are in grade school, grades first and third. Our school district notified us that they will attend the ceremony/speech/gala and also we have found out that it will be released to the public prior to the actual display to the children.

A few thoughts...

Now I can understand how a lot of people are pulling the hair by the roots at the mere thought that he would some how indoctrinate our children during this brief period of time. Seriously, I had a short attention span when I was in gradeschool and I know my kids have as well as many others also possess this lack of interest. Remember when we were young and had to watch those safety movies? How about the movies on courtesy and manners? Remember the reel to reels stopping and burning up? I really doubt that the kids today, with a TV screen or YouTube on a PC will extend anymore the eyes glued to the screen than we did back in our time.

I am sure that regardless of what President Obama says, there will be flak from either side of the aisle. Those with right leaning thoughts might express outrage if there is dialogue that may go against a traditional point of view: family, faith, friends. Those with a left leaning point of view may find fault if he pushes for responsibility in young males, holding teachers more accountable, or perhaps challenging children to read what he says, or whatever he says.

Now I am thinking that he will be pulling a bit more towards conservative leaning points of view when it comes to education. Things like "study hard', or "do not follow my path and become a lawyer", etc. I would personally salute him if he states something like Gosh, I really wish I knew something scienty and all, but I was told that these equations are pretty important:

Then, I would appreciate what he had to say. But, it should not stop there. Why would only the President have to push this technical agenda? Why not Biden? He is a total idiot, but all he has to do is read a teleprompter and then press a button. Something like, Ya know, gosh darnit, I was told that these are the reasons we finally got to where we are now. And then, he presses a button and the following appears magically to Joe, but the rest of the crowd realize differently:

Or perhaps, Ms. Botox, Madamme Speaker, comes out to discuss how silicon is not just a sack in her various bodily areas, but the fact that it actually makes things like computer chips that make it possible to sextext or that all her investments are in solar cells which really, really, really need silicon to move forward (and the fact that it is a very expensive process to actually make the silicon ingot that is used in the process of making pretty much anything high-tech.

I really think that ALL politicians should remove themselves from the Teacher's Union, food service contracts, whatever influences for this very subject. Doubt it will ever happen.

These cowards are afraid to administer true punishment, like the smacks on the butt, or detention, or a bit of humiliation. No, they are afraid of some wrath by organizations that, to be honest, are truly weak and are only serving to better their own memories of the fact that they were spineless people that in another society, another time, they would have been left out in the cold at a very young age to be eaten by the nasties that go bump in the night. True Story. Their only existence is from a bunch of contributions and shout down rebuttals.

We have all seen lately that these tactics are failing as everyday regular mothers, fathers, grandparents, relatives, and friends are fighting back. They are fighting with the same, yet modified properly, tactics to combat rhetoric by others that is, well to put it bluntly, stupid.

I doubt the president will get any points from the young boys and girls who may or may not even acknowledge his dialogue. He will have to combat sexting, texting, hazing, and the casual spit ball. His odds are grossly outweighed, even by Vegas odds.

No, I will let my kids go to school. I am not worried. I really hate watching all this vitriol and bias, but it is a very left leaning administration. I was too young to have cared about Carter, although I was old enough to understand the effects of a nuclear bomb. I have to think that this President is just too damn young to run such a complex beast. And I am not much younger than him.

When all the wordsmithing is finally executed and we read what is delivered to us a few brief minutes before this claptrap goes live tomorrow, I tend to think of what better time could have been used towards Wednesday's event. This gigantic smoldering hulk of a health care body that is still trying to decide if it has wings, legs, or fins. I doubt any of these will sprout. I am not old enough to know, but young enough to remember others that have failed.

President Obama is a great orator. I will give him that, and that is about all I can muster. I do not hate the man, not at all. I am still awaiting some sort of Clintonian realization that he is in charge of the most complex engine the world has ever seen. An engine that has literally changed the world from a snail;s sail pace to a 24/7 jet set business that delivers the next best thing every 18 Moore Months. I may actually be stepping out of line here. Maybe the next thing the government consumes is the electronics industry. If that happens, all is lost, completely. Seriously.

No, I think that with all the awe inspiring speeches, the vernacular, the tonsorial prowess; we are still dealing with a flag burning issue. Our children, to the President's dismay and the Democrat's shock, will watch Jimmy Carter again. Sorry, but I am sticking to that end result. They will all watch, fill out some stupid questionnaire, go to lunch or PE or music class, then go home and listen to the same dissatisfaction their parents have been going through during the summer they did not get to go on vacation; the summer their parent(s) kept up looking for work; the summer that they had to move out of their homes.

Through all his golden oratory, all the beautiful words, all the hype that the mainstream media still gives him, what literally will be distilled in the end with these kids is the empty rhetoric, the goals never to achieve. And they will remember it well. They will remember it as I have.

I know this.

I know this well.

I watched man go to the moon.

I heard how we were going to be on Mars by 2000.

We stopped when Carter came about.

Lost that momentum.

I am watching it happen again.

Only on a different platform.

Saturday, July 4, 2009



Pronunciation: \ˈfrä-ˌjekt, -jikt
Function: noun
Etymology: Combination of the words fraudulent and project.
Date: 21st Century America
1: a specific plan or design to take taxpayer money and use it not towards the intended purpose: scheme or plot to trick or fool
2: a knowing intent to drain monies dedicated towards a project for personal use
3: a planned undertaking: as a: a definitely formulated plot to fool the masses through inane scams and false data b: a blatantly large, usually government-supported and politically driven, undertaking that leads to insufficient outcomes c: a hyped up problem engaged in usually by a group of activists and/or Hollywood stooges to brainwash political forces into committing large sums of monies chasing windmills
4: a process where politicians trick the public into thinking that something catastrophic is happening and the only way to save them is to divert large sums of money towards projects that these politicians own stock in
synonyms see: Lies