Monthly Archives: August 2010

Obama Bingo

For fun tonight while Obama is taking credit for getting rid of Saddam Hussein, Al Qaeda in Iraq, the surge, and the creation of the Sun, you can pass the time on this nifty little site:

Obama Bingo!

I think the author misses some of O’s real gems:

  • Let Me Be Clear
  • 57 States
  • Bush’s Fault
  • Prior Administration
  • Me
  • I
  • My Administration
  • Make No Mistake
  • Bush’s Fault

Have Fun!

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Posted by on August 31, 2010 in Obama


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Al Sharpton and the Liberal State Run Media have been touting the racist nature of the Restoring Honor rally long before it ever started and are continuing that meme since it ended.  It’s my understanding that there were more blacks at the Glenn Beck Rally than there were at Al Sharpton’s Reclaiming the Dream rally.  Guess they’re just a bunch of racists too that are hijacking MLK’s dream.

I have noticed that E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G. is decried as racist these days, and maybe we need a quick review of some terms in the area of racism:

  • Racism:
    • The belief that race accounts for differences in human character or ability and that a particular race is superior to others.
    • Discrimination or prejudice based on race.
  • Prejudice:
    • An adverse judgment or opinion formed beforehand or without knowledge or examination of the facts.
    • A preconceived preference or idea.
  • Bigotry:
    • The acts of one who is strongly partial to one’s own group, religion, race, or politics and is intolerant of those who differ.

There it is.  Most of what I see referred to as racism is either Prejudice or Bigotry.  It’s rare that what you see is actually a belief that one race is superior to the other.

And, the only ones I see exhibiting racism are those on the left:

  • Al Sharpton
  • Sonia Sotomayor
  • Harry Reid
  • Joe Biden
  • Reverend Jeremiah Wright

All have well documented examples of racism, prejudice, or bigotry.

I ask my readers to reply with comments of the vast right wing list of racists and racial activities over the past 4 years.  I hope I get at least ONE example… …other than the dude that made up the ‘getting around Washington on 8/28′ document.

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Posted by on August 31, 2010 in Racism


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Arrests in Dexter vs. St. Louis

In Dexter, MO this week a man was arrested for Burglary and Property Damage.  Here’s the article on Cape Girardeau KFVS-12 Web Site.  See his name and picture.  I’m surprised to see his name since he is under 18, but I don’t know the laws or media standards for releasing such information.  There’s no commentary or insinuated relation to his political or employment activities

In St. Louis, MO a few weeks ago, a man was arrested for Burglary and Arson and the St. Louis Post Dispatch duly reported the facts.  Note that the name of the man arrested was not disclosed and his age is not listed.  There is rampant insinuation of the relation of Carnahan’s political campaign.

Both men are innocent until proven guilty.

What’s the difference?

Jeremy Schmidt is a 17-Year-Old KID!

Chris Powers, a 50-Year-Old-Man implicated in the Carnahan firebombing is a DEMOCRAT political operative who verbally abused many town-hall attendees in August 2009.

Must be nice to have the Democrat Political Machine, the St. Louis newspapers, St. Louis television stations, and Democrat prosecutors protecting the privacy of the arrestees.

In good-ole Cape Girardeau, they get to the point.

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Posted by on August 30, 2010 in Activism, Democrat


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Fire The Laser!!

I can’t hear the word ‘laser’ without thinking about Dr. Evil yelling, “Fire The Laser!”

Well, the Navy has done it.  Conveniently released shortly before the Chinese announced the creation of a carrier killer missile, the U.S. Navy revealed, back in May, that it had successfully splashed an aircraft using a laser (estimated power of 50kw).

The article from reports this on July 20 and shortly thereafter the Chinese announced their carrier killer on August 5th.

Sounds like the U.S. Armed Forces knew the Chinese announcement was coming and quietly released the laser success.  Every time I hear about the latest scary weapon from the Soviets, I mean Russians, and the Chinese, I remind myself of a few things:

  • We have TV shows about Future Weapons.
  • Our Future Weapons are generally better than the best the enemy has.
  • We have secret programs that have created the next generation of weapons that are not declassified for use on the Future Weapons show
  • We have even more clandestine programs creating future generations of such weapon

There are very few things that the U.S. Government does right, but one of them is to allow the military to build weapons to protect ourselves and our armed forces.


Posted by on August 30, 2010 in Military


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Horsepower: The Latest Insanity From The 9th Disctrict Court


Big Brother still at it in San Francicso.


In 1787, the Founding Fathers set up a government of the people, by the people, and for the people with limitations on the responsibilities and activities of the Federal (and State) governments with Amendments to ensure the rights of the people.

And in 1787, in the words of the Constitution and Amendments, the Founding Fathers legalized the government’s ability to track your horse.  Yes, the Founding Fathers said the government could, without warrant, track the movement of your horse throughout the countryside, city or state.  Only if you were rich living inside a gated community were you able to escape this tracking.  If you were poor and just hitched your horse outside your house (or tee pee), the government has the right to track the movement of that horse.

Sound crazy?  Well, it’s not crazy in our (favorite) 9th Circuit Court.  In their latest madness, the court has ruled that the government, without warrant, can attach tracking devices to the vehicles (horses) of suspects and track their movements.

The dissenting justice on the 3-judge panel declared that 1984 had arrived — a bit late.  The other two justices agreed that placing a GPS device on a suspect’s car is the same as tossing a newspaper into a yard or retrieving a wayward kickball from a neighbor’s yard.

I suspect those two judges of insanity, and without warrant, I want GPS devices attached to their vehicles to see if they are behaving incoherently as they move throughout the community.  With that evidence, I will have them committed to the nearest sanitarium.  Would those two judges accept that usurpation of their rights?  Of course not.

The bottom line is that the Declaration of Independence was created to throw OFF the bonds of tyrannical government, to limit the power of the government, and, simply, to give man freedom.  The Constitution set up the Courts to protect that freedom!  Read that again.  The courts were set up to protect the freedom of the people from the tyranny of government power evident in all National Governments throughout history.  Apparently, the Ninth Circuit Court needs to read their job description.  Apparently, they have more horsepower than horse sense.

Would the founding fathers agree that the government, without warrant, could place a GPS on your horse?  Not just ‘No’… …HELL NO!!

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Posted by on August 27, 2010 in Amendments, Bill Of Rights, Constitution


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About Capitalism

Winston Churchill wrote, “The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.”

Here are some real facts about Capitalism (those darned facts)

Just like you can’t repeal the law of supply and demand, you cant deny the vigor of the Free Market to create jobs and wealth. There is no coincidence that in 234+ short years, America’s Capitalism and Free Market systems allowed it to create the greatest wealth, economy, and opportunity on Earth.

Freedom, Free Enterprise, Free Market.

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Posted by on August 26, 2010 in Capitalism


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Carnahan’s Town Hall Hit Squad Returns

Police are questioning a fired Carnahan campaign worker according to KSDK about the break-in and fire at a campaign office nine days ago.

It turns out it was a Carnahan Campaign ex-Staffer (Chris Powers) seen in the video below. seems to have scrubbed the original Jake Wagman 8/17 story from their site… …but the original picture is still there.  I wonder why?  A little more digging finds the article here. With all the mentions of the campaign, Ed Martin, and the ‘fracas’, we easily see the slant.

You can see ME in the video in an orange shirt.  Later, I had to step between Chris Powers and a fine lady name Arlene as he verbally attacked her and screamed in her face.  In the video, Powers calls fellow town hall attendees ‘morons’.  I think we have proof-positive who the real moron is!

I guess part of the infamous Carnahan’s town hall hit squad came back to bite him.

As I find more of them, I will add a list of psychotic liberals that attacked the continued peaceful Tea Party Members and Conservatives as the purveyors of this firebombing:

  • Chad Garrison – Riverfront Times – Blog 1
  • Chad Garrison – Riverfront Times – Blog 2
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Posted by on August 26, 2010 in Election, Tea Party


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Nugent On Gun Control

If you haven’t seen this interview with Sweaty Teddy on the 2nd Amendment, he’s right on point.

I have the right to defend my life, liberty, and possessions by any means necessary.  Period.

I’ve written it before, the the 2nd Amendment gives us the right to bear arms.  The ‘arms’ of the time of the Constitution were hand guns, muskets, cannons, and swords.  And, since the Founders were not in a vacuum, they knew that those weapons had been developed over many years and newer, more powerful weapons would appear on the scene.

So, in the 1780’s we gave OURSELVES the right to bear arms to protect our life, liberty, and possessions (as well as that of others).

The Constitution didn’t give us that right; we already had it.  The Constitution confirmed that right!

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Posted by on August 25, 2010 in Amendments, Constitution


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Betting On Obama’s Address

As with his Nobel Peace Prize, Obama is already making the news headlines, again for doing nothing, about his upcoming address from the Oval Office denoting the end of combat operations in Iraq.  The Reuters article mentions that such addresses in the Oval Office are typically reserved for major announcements including declarations of war.  Obama’s previous (and only) address from the Oval Office was regarding the national tragedy of the Gulf Oil Spill.

In that address, Obama used a national tragedy to advance his ideological and completely illogical Cap and Trade tax scheme to reduce Carbon Emissions.  So, what can we expect to be tied to this address from his ideological agenda?

  • Massive Defense Spending Cuts
    • Time and again the Democrats have slashed defense spending and then complained that our troops do not have the necessary equipment to fight for our freedom.  Republicans are required to beef up the military when back in office, and Democrats then decry the investment in our safety and security
  • Employee Free Choice Act
    • With the return of thousands of troops into the private sector, he’ll use this opportunity to advance his draconian Orwellian-named legislation to beef up his friends in the union leadership — rank and file be damned.
  • Cap and Trade
    • He used it for the Gulf Oil Spill tragedy; let’s drag that back up again.  Maybe his logic will include the ‘enormous’ reduction in fuel used by our troops and the accompanying drop in oil prices
  • Wealth Redistribution
    • We must take from the evil rich and give to these poor pathetic American hero warriors… ‘don’t you care about the American Armed Forces?’

Pick any uncompleted agenda item, and it’s a safe bet that it can be on the table during the address.  I’ve got some ‘change’ bet on Defense Spending Cuts.

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Posted by on August 25, 2010 in Obama


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GOP Doesn’t Get It!

If you want a good indicator as to whether or not the GOP ‘gets’ the Tea Party, just take a quick look at the ‘Issues’ page on the GOP web site.

What does the typical Tea Partier want?

  • Massive spending cuts
  • Lower taxes
  • Massive regulation reform (especially the 88,000+ pages of tax law)
  • Limited Government

Most would also want…

  • Repeal of the 16th Amendment
  • Repeal of the 17th Amendment
  • Balanced Budget Amendment

Well, if you take a look at, you’ll see only one of these mentioned:


Guess 1 out of 7 ain’t bad.

(Oh, this is why I think the Tea Party will eventually become the 3rd party / replace the Republicrat party)

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Posted by on August 24, 2010 in Republican, Tea Party




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