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A Word Of Warning

Posted in 2010 Election on October 31st, 2010

A word of warning to good people of America. In just two days time on November 2, 2010 the Liberals trying to rule over rather than govern we, the People are likely going to suffer heavy losses in the Congressional Mid-Term Election – and that is a good and righteous thing, both as a punishment for their moral and cultural failings and as a referendum against their messiah, Obama’s ongoing pogrom against America.

But this same turn of the tides away from anti-Americanism, back closer to the path our country was envisioned to travel is fraught with the direst of peril for America.

America is in all likelihood about to be faced with a Lame Duck Congress filled with Leftist enemies of everything that America has ever stood for and led by the Triumvirate of Evil, Obama, Pelosi, And Reid.

With so many in the House and Senate returning from electoral defeat and Obama staring into the face of being confronted by an angry, American Congress, it is likely that they’ll try to ram home as many of their attacks against America as they can before January 3, 2011 when the current session of Congress ends.

The danger facing Americans is both clear and present; the solution is, however, much less so. Likely it will devolve to each good and true American deciding what actions are feasible and necessary to mitigate the threat, and which of those actions their respective consciences will bear.

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Keep your eyes open. Travel light but load heavy, and always put another round in the enemy after theyre down. 😉

Decision 2010

Posted in 2010 Election, Humor on October 28th, 2010


Decision 2010 – Tea or Hoping To Rub One Out?

Of course the biggest issue is that “letting the genie out of the bottle” has already proven to be similar to Pandora’s horrid mistake. 😉

If The Axioms Are True

Posted in 2010 Election, Politics on October 26th, 2010

Let us for a moment consider what must be also be true if the tired and overly simplistic axioms about the Republican and Democratic parties’ affiliations and loyalties are actually fundamentally true. Let us, as a mental exercise in preparation for the upcoming 2010 Congressional Mid-Term Elections, take at face value the axioms that the Republicans are the “Party of Business” and the Democrats are the “Party of Labor.”

A quick look at America’s current situation and how Business and Labor, in the forms of corporations and unions, respectively impact it is needful in order to show the basic truths that must be accepted if those axioms are true.

America is a Recession, one that I believe will “double-dip” or even “triple-dip,” and grow worse in the upcoming quarters. Worse, while our GDP has made very modest gains and is showing some growth, albeit anemically, this “recovery” has been an essentially jobless one, with unemployment averaging 9.2% since Nov, 2008.

Employment & Wealth

Corporations (Business) create wealth and provide for employment as well as goods and services. Unions (Labor) create nothing, simply redistributing the wealth created by the corporations to their membership and their own coffers.

Which of these stands the best chance of helping America’s economy? Creation of wealth and employment or redistributing wealth and controlling jobs?

Representative Of America

Every member of America’s labor force either owns a business or is employed by one or more of them. Of that approximately 154 million Americans just 12.3% of them are members of unions.

Which represents America more? The businesses that are owned by and/or employ the sum of the American workforce or the labor unions which represent the goals of a mere 12.3% of our labor force?

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So, as we consider who to elect to political office this November, we must consider these axioms about the Republicans and Democrats because, if they’re even close to true, these elections are going to be critically important for our near-term survival.

Obama Can Shove It

Posted in 2010 Election, Politics on October 25th, 2010

failure should be painful and it seemingly is for Obama.Remember when Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC) called out President Obama during the POTUS speech on ObamaCare before a joint session of Congress? Wilson’s cry of, “You Lie!” had the Obama cultists, Congressional Black Caucus, and Liberals in general in an uproar filled with wild, jabbering cries of racism for weeks.

Even many Americans sadly shook our heads and wondered what had become of dignity and decorum in the political sphere.

One now has to wonder if there will be any similar outrage when indecorous and undignified commentary to or about President Obama is coming from a fellow Democrat – in this case the Democrats’ candidate for Governor of Rhode Island, Frank Caprio who publicly declared that Obama could take his endorsement and shove it.

This morning on WPRO Radio Providence, Democratic Rhode Island gubernatorial candidate Frank Caprio, whom President Obama has not endorsed, lashed out.

I never asked President Obama for his endorsement and whats going on here is really Washington insider politics at its worst, Caprio said. He can take his endorsement and really shove it as far as I am concerned.

Deferring to his friendship with former Sen. Lincoln Chafee, the former Republican senator currently an independent gubernatorial candidate who endorsed the president in 2008, the president has not endorsed Caprio.

Recent polls indicate that Caprio and Chafee are in a tight race. According to the Providence Journal, Caprio was unaware that the president would not be endorsing him until a reporter told his campaign the news over the weekend.

President Obama will visit Rhode Island this afternoon, touring the facilities of American Cord & Webbing in Woonsocket and delivering remarks at two receptions in Providence, R.I., raising money for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

Caprio today charged that the president is coming into Rhode Island treating us like an ATM machine. I will wear it as a badge of honor and a badge of courage that he doesnt want to endorse me as a Democrat.

Two salient facts lead me to believe that there won’t be a similar outcry against Caprio:

Firstly, much of the outrage against Rep. Wilson was fabricated by the Liberals to further the ObamaCare agenda and the rest was just the normal handout-seeking race-baiting Americans have come to expect from the Congressional Black Caucus. What little real outrage was leveled against Rep. Wilson was from the Obama cultists.

Secondly, Obama is an utter and abject failure. Even his one-time supporters have wandered away from him in disillusionment and disgust. He has gone from Messiah to Pariah with a record breaking rapidity. Liberals aren’t going to feel or manufacture any outrage over insults to Obama by their own Party members or supporters – not this close to the elections.

Who knows? Caprio’s outburst might even win him his very closely contested election.

The Court’s Proper Role

Posted in Politics on October 24th, 2010

Judge's Gavel on American FlagThe US government is broken down into three separate branches, respectively the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial branches. Each have separate duties and mandates in order to provide for checks and balances to the power of the other branches. By this means it was envisioned by our Founders that America could stay the creep of tyranny and maintain our Constitutional liberties.

Ironically freedom requires restraint.

Nowhere in America’s government are the restraints upon the proper roles and activities by members of that branch of government stricter than within the Judicial branch. Nor is there any other branch where more restraint is needed, for neither of the other two branches of America’s government can do the lasting harm that our Courts and their rulings and opinions can cause.

It is therefor cause for hope and joy when it’s proven that a judge, especially US Federal Judge, understands the Court’s proper role. Judge Roger Vinson, senior federal judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida, is one who understands this.

An excerpt from Senior United States District Judge, Roger Vinson ruling on the Obama Regime’s attempt to dismiss Florida v. US Dept. of Health and Human Services:

For purposes of this case, it matters not whether the Act is wise or unwise, or whether it will positively or negatively impact healthcare and the economy. Nor (except to the limited extent noted in Part III.A(7) infra) am I concerned with the manner in which it was passed into law. My review of the statute is not to question or second guess the wisdom, motives, or methods of Congress. I am only charged with deciding if the Act is Constitutional. If it is, the legislation must be upheld — even if it is a bad law. United States v. Butler, 297 U.S. 1, 79, 56 S. Ct. 312, 80 L. Ed. 477 (1936) (For the removal of unwise laws from the statute books appeal lies, not to the courts, but to the ballot and to the processes of democratic government) (Stone, J., dissenting). Conversely, if it is unconstitutional, the legislation must be struck down — even if it is a good law. Bailey v. Drexel Furniture Co. (Child Labor Tax Case), 259 U.S. 20, 37, 42 S. Ct. 449, 66 L. Ed. 817 (1922) (reviewing court must strike down unconstitutional law even though that law is designed to promote the highest good. The good sought in unconstitutional legislation is an insidious feature, because it leads citizens and legislators of good purpose to promote it, without thought of the serious breach it will make in the ark of our covenant, or the harm which will come from breaking down recognized standards.).

— Judge Roger Vinson
Florida v. US Dept. of Health and Human Services, pp 2-3

That is a perfect example of a judge constraining himself to only the proper role set forth for his position and limiting himself to exercise only that authority that is rightfully his to exercise. It is not the place of any judge to engage in judicial activism and thereby violate the Separation of Powers. It’s obvious that Judge Vinson knows this.

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