Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Monday, August 2, 2010
You are losing your country. If you want it back, then you must do more than vote. You must make sure everyone around you votes.
If we do not recapture the House this fall, then all hope is gone!
No, I am not depressed, just genuinely frustrated at the unbelievable ignorance of many Americans who simply do not know what this legislation really means.
This chart is more than sobering. It is 100% real and as the article states, it is only 1/3 of the actual flow chart.
The real agenda here is to take over your mind by controlling the health care you receive. Got it? Now vote!
Sunday, August 1, 2010
Friday, July 23, 2010
Gaga is a term that immediately refers to absent mindedness. Here are some synonyms taken from a thesaurus:
Given to lighthearted silliness: empty-headed, featherbrained, flighty, frivolous, frothy, giddy, harebrained, lighthearted, scatterbrained, silly. Slang birdbrained, dizzy.
Afflicted with or exhibiting irrationality and mental unsoundness: brainsick, crazy, daft, demented, disordered, distraught, dotty, insane, lunatic, mad, maniac, maniacal, mentally ill, moonstruck, off, touched, unbalanced, unsound, wrong.
Monday, May 3, 2010
In Pima County, Sheriff Clarence Dupnik said not only is there no evidence of beheadings, but "the border is more secure now that it's ever been."
Murder? Burglaries? Rape? The major crimes? Up or down on the border?
"They're down," Dupnik said. "Violence in the cities is down."
According to the FBI, that's true across the southern border this decade. In San Diego violent crime is down 17 percent. In El Paso, Texas violent crime down 36 percent - it sits right across from Juarez, Mexico, one of the deadliest cities on earth. In Phoenix major crime has dropped 10 percent from 2000 to 2009.
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
To solve our problems, liberals, conservatives and moderates have to work together. None of us is ever going to get 100% of what we want in a political battle; however, compromise is possible when each side considers what best for the country and Americans as a whole.
The current debate regarding health care reform is rather silly in my opinion. On the right, we have those who claim the government has no role and, on the left, we have those who claim the government is the only answer. However, there's a middle ground here and, perhaps, the best approach is a combination of limited government intervention and private insurance. Other countries use this approach and it works. The big problem in some of those countries is the population is aging and birth rates are extremely low; therefore, even those programs will need reform.
The bottom line, for me, is that I'm willing to discuss an issue with anyone, but I'll ignore those who tend to fall into the political idelogue category because, frankly, they have nothing positive to offer.
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Some of the American people probably thought they were voting for hope and change when they voted for President Barack Obama on Nov. 4, 2008. But according to Rev. Al Sharpton, they were voting for socialism.
Sharpton, the founder of the National Action Network and talk radio host told Fox News on March 21, during their special coverage of the House of Representatives' passage of health care reform legislation, this victory for President Barack Obama and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi would begin "transforming" the country.
"I think that the president and Nancy Pelosi get credit," Sharpton said. "I think this began the transforming of the country the way the president had promised. This is what he ran on."And if that transformation is socialism, then so be it, he explained. That is what the American public "overwhelmingly" voted for