Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Get over it!

Just some Random Thoughts...

I know I'm a little late in responding to this, but it is so rediculous thing to get all fired up over someone's.  Really?...  if your opinion is different from a liberal position than you get to be boycotted.  Well, funny thing is...it worked in reverse...

Good question...

Word of the day: Up

Liberals are all fired up because Romney refuses to publish his tax records for the past 10 years.  Romney has submitted all that he is required to submit.  The Democrats have nothing else to focus on but Romney's taxes.  Maybe he should, then they will have fodder for some other picky-unish bit of trivia to distract the media from the issue of unemployment and the economy.  Mitt, you owe them nothing.  Keep on your message.

What is up with "Dirty Harry" Reid? 

Did Barak Obama publish 10 years worth of his Tax records?

Why has BO paid 4 million dollars to keep his birth records, college application, and grades sealed?  I ask this because I believe the records will show he was not born in the US and what a poor student he was.  If his grades were good, he would be wall papering a room at the White House with them. 

"Sunlight is the best disinfectant"
Wiliam O. Douglas

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

The Race is On

OMG... Where did the year and a half disappear to since my last post. I'll tell ya... they were on a Facebook Game called Island Paradise. I have no idea how I managed to complete 5 college courses in that time...and still play...

Welp, the game has been removed (thank goodness BTW) and my brain has started to re constitute and with the presidential campaign underway and no distractions, I am starting to get frustrated again... Who cares you ask, I care and you should too...not about me, but about who might be elected this fall...November to be exact.

While I was burried in the sand of my Islands, a lot has happened in a year and a half.  obviously, I missed my birthday...I would like to touch on a couple of current and ongoing events and situations.  so I'll start with

Fast and Furious: Government coverup of a terrible idea gone horifically wrong. A Border patrol agent is gunned down, using guns sold to cartel intermediaries.  President BO has invoked Executive Order so the Attorney General EH can withhold evidence requested by the congress.

Travon Martin shooting: A young man, lurking around a neighborhood who has been suspended from school for drugs in his backpack.  Neighborhood watch resident sees him as a threat to his community because of recent home invasions.  Uninvited, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton insert themselves and play the race card.  A significant test of the "Stand Your Ground" law. 

 Aurora, Colorado:  Our collective sadness at the recent senseless mass shooting in a movie theater.  12 innocent people gone forever and 50 others wounded, several of who are fighting for their lives.  I'll keep them in my prayers.  Much as it pains me I will also keep the killer and his family in my prayers too. 

I'm sure there is more but...I think I'll just leave it at this... for now

"There are thoughts which are prayers. There are moments when, whatever the posture of the body, the soul is on its knees."
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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Time Flies When You're Having Fun

It's hard to believe it's been over three months since my last post. It's amazing the abyss my Facebook game, Island Paradise, has plunged me into. I think it could be compared to the effect of a hard core drug. I think soon, I'll be ready for an intervention. It's just really hard to imagine life with out it...I caught myself staring at the screen in a stupor after a 15 minute episode, I wonder if I am the only one with this brain numbing reaction.

I am just not angry anymore. It's not that I don't care, I do. At least I think I do.

I'd just like to note a couple of the really important events:
My Birthday
New Year's
MLK Birthday
Valentine's day

I'll add more as I pull the memories out of the goo that is my brain under the influence of Island Paradise.

There are significant world events that are making me sit up and take notice. Egypt and Tunisia have tossed out their dictators. Libya is in the throws of a civil war and and their dictator, Gadhafi, has ordered the murdering the people who are dissenting. Surprise surprise, the protesters are not backing down. Yemen and Algeria are following suit. Each has been bolstered by the events in Tunisia and Egypt.
When all is said and done, Egypt, Tunisia and Libya will be searching for new leadership. Only time will tell who else... One can only hope that the Muslim Brotherhood is rejected and a more democratic form of government will be established. But what do they know? In any event all these countries have a long way to go. It's one thing to revolt when there is a plan, but normally there is no plan. Take a look at Somalia and Haiti.

Word of the day: revolution

"Freedom is the oxygen of the soul"

Moshe Dayan

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

It's a New Day

OK so I came up short on my birthday wish list. I am so glad we no longer live in California. The state is bankrupt and the citizens need to ask themselves, Why?
At least the biggest embarrassment to the state of Florida was defeated and it was a landslide. Dan Webster is our new representative in Congress. Go Dan!
Congratulations Marco Rubio!

Governor race to this minute is still undecided. Only in Florida

Now the real work begins. Can Cap & Trade be squashed forever and can HCR go unfunded so therefore it just dies. How does that work? It's the law...

Word of the day: stunning

Anywhoo...Next hurdle...Election 2012, the riding America of Barak Obama as president.

"The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not"

Thomas Jefferson

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

2010 Midterm Election

Who's angry, certainly not me. My Island on Facebook is lookin' better than ever. But i have been waiting two years for the 2010 Midterm Election...and it's finally here.

This is a very special day...Election Day and my Birthday! Yup that's me, November 2nd...

Happy Birthday to me, happy birthday to me...happy birthday dear....what ever, happy birthday to me!

Word of the day: VOTE

The best Birthday gift to me would be.

Nancy Pelosi, defeated John Dennis Elected

Barbara Boxer, defeated Carly Fiorino, elected

Jerry Brown, defeated Meg Whitman elected

Harry Reid, defeated Sharron Angle elected

Barney Frank defeated Sean Beilat elected

Alan Grayson defeated Daniel Webster elected
Kelly O'Donnell Elected

Pleeeeze oh pretty Pleeze! Am I asking too much...
This is my election day wish list.
My brain has not gone to jelly completely. I know with BO still in office not much will change. Hopefully Cap and Trade will fall by the wayside, and the Obama Health Care will go unfunded...
That's a lotta not much... As I always say, Time will Tell.
General Election 2012 or bust!

"Voting is a right best exercised by people who have taken time to learn about the issues"
Tony Snow

Monday, November 1, 2010

Election Day Is Almost Here

Finally! I have been waiting for two long years for this day. and thanks to Facebook and paradise Island it has not been such an angry wait.

My stomach is flip floppin', my heart is palpitating, I can barely catch a breath! Actually, I just took a breath and now I am choking on my own spit.

Election day is almost here. Tomorrow to be exact. I actually voted during the first week of 'early voting'.

Word of the day: decide

The campaigns are really getting nasty. But I hope that with all the deception that has gone on during the past 2 years, that the turkeys on both sides of the isle will be gone... And we have been inundated with campaign calls. Early Voting...ring ring, "this is...".... hang up...Click Bzzzzz. It's as easy as that! Where's my Easy Button...

I look forward to chilling tomorrow evening and watching the election results.

"To make democracy work, we must be a nation of participants, not simply observers. One who does not vote has no right to complain."

Louis L'Amour

Friday, October 22, 2010

NPR releases Juan Williams?

Juan Williams? Fired?... Who would fire liberal thinking, mild mannered, articulate, Juan Williams. (I actually thought there must be another Juan Williams...There is no other Juan Williams) NPR...who is NPR? National Public Broadcasting? Juan Williams had a radio show with them...Really? And our tax payer dollars are going to support this socialist public radio?

This is very upsetting but not surprising. I watched the Bill O'Reilley show and everything JW said is what I think everytime I get on an airplane, sit in a movie or visit a restaurant and see someone (male particularly) who even look like they might be muslim/terrorist. Is my bigot showing? The liberal left may have just lost their most influencial supporter.

I heard the name 'Juan Williams' and 'fired' in the same sentence and I managed to drag my Facebook brain numbed head up for air to find that Juan Williams was fired by NPR for the comments he made on "the O'reilley Factor". honestly, I didn't know he worked for NPR. Thank goodness. Good bye, So long, Farewell, auf Wiedersdhen, Goodbye"... Juan Williams is an honest man. I like fox news, and it's made more interesting when Juan Williams is part of the debate. I don't always agree with him, but he is the only person with liberal leanings that can stand up in a debate and argue reasonably and never resort to name calling or character bashing.

Now NPR and it's supporters are trying to justify their decision...Shirley Sherod all over again?? Making reference to "him and his psychiatrist" Who are the faceless weasels that put pressure on the mindless cowards to make these kinds of decisions...

Word of the day: despicable

Now that Juan Williams has been the direct target, some right leaning liberals will see the far left for what it is and reconsider their affiliation.

This will be his "Maxine Waters moment. (Her banshee like behavior is the reason I left the Democrat Party, other than the fact that I have become pretty conservative in my old age) His faithful listeners at npr, will follow him to Fox News. Whoo hoo, their loss is Fox News' gain.Thank you Fox News for stepping up to the plate and snatching Juan Williams up. For every crack that closes a triple sliding door opens... with in 24 hours, Fox News offered him a 2 million contract for 3 years... Congratulations, Juan, you deserve better and now you're gonna get it.

I'm on a roll now....

Many prayers for California, If J. Brown is elected...re-elected as governor, God help'em. Com'on Meg Whitman, pull it out. But if by some miracle Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi are defeated, he will have a more difficult time of it. (mainly, I'd like to see a US senate with out them)

REMEMBER TO VOTE! I have been waiting for 2 years for this election...I have been up and down, but since Facebook, mostly numb. But I am no longer angry. Early voting in Florida, I will be voting today.

On a happy note... Hooray for the Chilean Miners. Hooray for the Chilean government who had the courage to contact NASA (us) for help. unlike the Russians who refused our help and let the men on board the sunken submarine suffocate at the bottom of the ocean.

“I think it’s reasonable to ask why Congress is spending taxpayers’ money to support a left-wing radio network, and in the wake of Juan Williams’ firing, it’s clearer than ever that’s what NPR is.”
House Republican leader John Boehner (R-Ohio.)