Monday, October 31, 2011

Is Obama Trying To Change The Subject Of The Debate With Occupy Wall Street?

From Legal Insurrection:
While conservatives can demonize #OWS and try (despite MSM resistance) to harm Democratic politicians’ electoral chances through their association with the movement, this is a hit the Democrats can afford to take, because all the while, #OWS is serving its true purpose:

Changing the subject.

Van Jones, Richard Trumka, and the rest of Obama’s far-left allies propping up #OWS aren’t stupid. Neither is the National Federation of Teachers, the union from whose office space #OWS is operated . They are successfully reframing the debate over the economy to be about the rich vs the rest of us. It doesn’t matter if people think they’re crazy – it matters that people internalize the 99% vs. 1% way of thinking and begin hearing and talking about statistics concerning income inequality in America.

“The rich” and big corporations are deeply unpopular, and by turning Democrat vs. Republican into the common people vs. the corporate fat cats, Democrats can win elections. The discussion is no longer the national debt, no longer the president’s sorry stewardship of the economy. Instead, the topic of the day is inequality and class. The right may defeat #OWS, but without addressing this problem, Obama and his allies will have accomplished their objectives.

Before the backdrop of war and economic ruin, the Democrats are resurrecting the social forces of the analogously-situated interwar period to win elections by railing against bankers, the wealthy, and the perils of free and competitive markets, as well as promoting the utopian idea that experts and intellectuals can centrally manage society. From these forces, communism and Fascism rose and spread, and while I have more faith in America than to believe that they could ever get particularly far today (to out credit, it didn’t even get that far back then), it is important to remember where this path led, and what Roosevelt’s 1936 campaign was about.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Occupy Richmond Recieving Special Treatment From City Officials

Double standards:
As the person in charge of the 2009 event, Owens said Richmond officials dictated the number of police and emergency personnel they were required to have on site and required a $1 million liability policy to protect the city. Owens said that when a Tea Party member decided to call the mayor’s office to see if the protesters had required any of the necessary permits for the park, the city said that “Occupy Richmond” didn’t have any requirements for them to protest and stay overnight in Kanawha Plaza.
“We’re forced to comply with the laws, but yet they don’t have to,” she said. “That’s such a blatantly unequal application of the laws.”
This is what happens under socialism,the government no longer applies the law equally to all,but begins to dispense justice based on favoritism.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

'George Will "Romney Is The Republican Party's Michael Dukakis'

George Will is spot on,comparing Romney to Dukakis.If the GOP nominate Romney,they will suffer the same defeat that the Democrats and Dukakis suffered in 1988.

The question is now,whether the GOP establishment is ready to jump ship for another candidate and whom that candidate might be?I'm thinking they will choose Perry if the jump.

Hat tip to Ward World Politics.

'Behind The Dixie Stars'

I am sick and tired of liberal historians and other liberal "Civil War" bloggers constantly denying men,like Nelson W. Winbush and others,their heritage,for the sole reason that they and their Confederate ancestors are black and it does not fit into their preconceived narrative on how history should be.

Mr. Winbush's documentation is the same as any other descendants of Confederate soldiers,as well as descendant's of Union soldiers.Why should he or any others be held to a higher level of proof of their ancestors service,just because they happen to be black?

Tell me who is being prejudice now?

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

'We Are Better Than Them'

'Islam is a Poison That is Killing The West.Western Civilization is Worth Fighting For - Will We?':
 Does our exceptionalism derive from our laws, in which case if we compromise our laws then we given up the only worthwhile thing about us and there is nothing more to fight for– or are our laws the means by which we protect our individual and national exceptionalism?

What makes us execptional and the law:
We are not better than they are because we guarantee civil rights to our enemies– we are better than they are because of Michelangelo, the microchip and universal education. We are better than they are because of Shakespeare, the space shuttle and the World Trade Center. We are better for all the reasons around us, the accomplishments, the achievements, the knowledge we have gained and the society we have built.

Our laws were crafted to protect these achievements, the exceptionalism of the individual from the government, and that of the nation from internal and external enemies. The laws have no individual life apart from the culture of the nation that created them and maintains them. It would be possible to transpose the United States Constitution to Indonesia, Libya or Pakistan and it wouldn’t last a single day there. No mere document can safeguard rights and freedoms that a culture does not value, and no culture that does not value them is deserving of their protection if such protection has the cumulative effect of destroying those same rights and freedoms.
Shouldn't we be tolerant of other cultures?:
Tolerance and civil rights are worthless unless the countries and cultures where they are expressed are also defended. Any form of tolerance which leads to its own destruction is not only poisonous to a host culture, but is also literarily self-destructive. All healthy entities whether biological, organizational or intellectual contain the means for their own continuance and self-perpetuation. Any entity which does not is poisonous and must be treated as such, and to defend any idea or code above the survival of the culture that carries it is a homicidal act.
This is what I don't get about those on the left and some on the right,that Muslim's in the Middle-East are not angry because we are there,but they are angry with us because of who we are.

This is my major concern about Ron Paul.He thinks that if we just leave them alone,they will leave us alone.That is naive and will never happen.They are at war with us and want to see the absolute destruction of Western Civilization and they will succeed if we don't stand up and defend it.

The War on Terror is a culture war.It is a war to determine whether Western culture will dominate the world or Islamic culture.Its a clash of civilization's and only one will be left standing in the end.God help the world if Western Civilization passes into the dust heap of history and Islam comes to dominate the world.

'Iran's Assassination Plot Compels A Tough Response'

John Bolton understands that we must do whatever it takes,at all costs,to prevent a nuclear armed Iran:
In fact, by focusing so intensively on just the assassination plot, Obama is ignoring the overwhelming broader implications. Iran's scheme is far more important for what it reveals about the nature and character of Tehran's rulers than the particulars of one gambit, however abhorrent. A terrorist-sponsoring regime capable of putting the occasional ambassador in mortal peril is sufficiently rabid that its likely acquisition of nuclear weapons in the very near future will magnify its threat to truly existential proportions, at least for small countries nearby. And it is the nuclear weapons that should truly concentrate our attention, since they will put us all in mortal peril.
We must abandon the mirages, to which Obama still clings, that Iran might negotiate an acceptable "solution" to its nuclear weapons program, or merely that economic sanctions will somehow force Iran to negotiate. No wonder the Iranian regime mocks us for weakness and willful blindness. Even a threatened attack on our soil, which could have killed hundreds of Americans, has not been enough to spur Obama into decisive action.
The unpleasant reality is that the only alternative to a nuclear Iran is to break Tehran's program through the targeted use of military force, either by Israel, the United States or both. This is, to be sure, a risky, unpleasant and unattractive option. It is, nonetheless, far preferable to the only existing – and rapidly approaching – alternative, which is Iran with nuclear weapons. Although unwilling to say so publicly, Saudi Arabia and other Arab states have long privately hoped for leveling Iran's nuclear program. With the Iranian assassination plot now public, they might even smile publicly.

Monday, October 24, 2011

'Vatican Calls For 'Central World Bank'

The Pope's new bank:
The Vatican called on Monday for the establishment of a “global public authority” and a “central world bank” to rule over financial institutions that have become outdated and often ineffective in dealing fairly with crises. The document from the Vatican’s Justice and Peace department should please the “Occupy Wall Street” demonstrators and similar movements around the world who have protested against the economic downturn.
It called for the establishment of “a supranational authority” with worldwide scope and “universal jurisdiction” to guide economic policies and decisions.
I bet I can guess what this 'Central World Bank's' routing number would be,666.

Former Soviet Citizen In Dust Up With The Useful Idiots Of OWS

This is a perfect example of Plato's Allegory of the Cave.These supporters of socialism and communism -who BTW have lived in the U.S. all there lives I presume- are telling a man who has lived in the oppression of communism and socialism for 29 years of his life,that he doesn't know what he is talking about.This is just shear stupidity!

Friday, October 21, 2011

'Steve Jobs Told Obama In 2010 'Your Headed To A One-Term Presidency'

Steve Jobs to Obama:

"You're headed for a one-term presidency," he told Obama at the start of their meeting, insisting that the administration needed to be more business-friendly. As an example, Jobs described the ease with which companies can build factories in China compared to the United States, where "regulations and unnecessary costs" make it difficult for them.

I certainly hope Mr. Jobs was correct in his assement,that Obama will be one and done.

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Herman Cain Is Pro-Choice/Pro-Life Or Something Like That

Herman Cain tells Piers Morgan that he is Pro-life/Pro-Choice or something like that:
And yet, interestingly, here’s what Cain said to Morgan concerning abortion for people who are not his family members:
No, it comes down to is, it’s not the government’s role — or anybody else’s role — to make that decision. Secondly, if you look at the statistical incidents, you’re not talking about that big a number. So what I’m saying is, it ultimately gets down to a choice that that family or that mother has to make. Not me as president. Not some politician. Not a bureaucrat. It gets down to that family. And whatever they decide, they decide. I shouldn’t try to tell them what decision to make for such a sensitive decision.
Morgan then said that Cain cannot hide behind the “mask of the pizza guy,” and that, as a person who may potentially become president, his views on issues like abortion become “a directive to the nation.” Cain’s response?
No, they don’t. I can have an opinion on an issue without it being a directive on the nation. The government shouldn’t be trying to tell people everything to do, especially when it comes to a social decision that they need to make.
So, there you have it: Herman Cain is against abortion, personally, but is firmly pro-choice, as he believes the government should not intervene in social decisions. And that extends to same-sex marriage, by the way. As you may recall, Cain said recently, during an appearance on Meet The Press, that “I wouldn’t seek a constitutional ban for same-sex marriage, but I am pro-traditional marriage.”
Herman Cain is very wishy-washy when it comes to matters involving the Constitution.He is Pro-Life but doesn't want government to protect unborn innocent life.He is pro traditional marriage,but doesn't want a Constitutional amendment to protect it from the left,who want to destroy the traditional family.Let us not forget this,Herman Cain said,he believed in 2nd Amendment rights,but then said,the states had a right to restrict those same rights.

Being wish-washy makes Herman Cain a good T.V. personality,but it makes him unfit to be POTUS.

Hat tip to Pundit & Pundette.

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Steve Wynn Gets It,Why Doesn't The So Called The Gop Front-Runners Get It?

Wynn Resorts CEO Steve Wynn,had this to say about our current troubles (paraphrased):
In a nutshell, he says: Deficits are killing us, our dollars are worthless, and the Democrats are bankrupting the country and vilifying anyone who's successful. So naturally, people are protesting.

One Heart Beat To The End

This is bitter sweet and a great example of true love.A couple married 72 years dies holding hands:
"It was really strange, they were holding hands, and dad stopped breathing but I couldn't figure out what was going on because the heart monitor was still going," said Dennis Yeager. "But we were like, he isn't breathing. How does he still have a heart beat? The nurse checked and said that's because they were holding hands and it's going through them. Her heart was beating through him and picking it up."

Bryant Gumbel Is A Racist

Bryant Gumbel said this of NBA Commissioner David Stern:
"But his efforts were typical of a commissioner, who has always seemed eager to be viewed as some kind of modern plantation overseer treating NBA men as if they were his boys," Gumbel said. "It’s part of Stern’s M.O. Like his past self-serving edicts on dress code or the questioning of officials, his moves are intended to do little more than show how he’s the one keeping the hired hands in their place."
Yes,Bryant,multi-millionaire NBA players are the equivalent to slaves on a plantation and David Stern is their master.What a joke.

Bryant Gumbel is incapable of viewing anything outside the prism of race,and that makes him a racist.

The Only One Who Gets It

From Pundit & Pundette:
As for the approaching precipice, the only guy who seems to feel the urgency of our dire fiscal condition and who talked about making real cuts in government was . . . Ron Paul. Sigh.
You may sigh at the mention of his name.You may think he is out of touch cocerning foriegn policy.But when it comes to the economic collapse that we are facing as a nation,you have to admit,that in the GOP field,only Ron Paul gets it.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

'Occupy Portland: Protesters Sing F*ck The USA'

Warning,the video contains profanity.

For all you folks who think this is another movement like the Tea Party,enjoy,while the rest of us cringe for our country.

'Howard Stern Exposes Occupy Wall St. Moron'

Warning,there is profanity contained in the audio.

Nothing shows the sad state of journalism in this country,than when you get more truth from this foul mouthed shock jock,rather than from the MSM.

Hat tip to Hot Air.

Monday, October 17, 2011

'GOP 2012:Hold Your Nose Tracker':Update: 'The Real Loser......The GOP'

Michelle Malkin correctly measures the 4 perceived GOP front-runners:

Every single one of these front-runners is a pro-TARP interventionist with a variety of problematic Big Biz/Big Government impulses and alliances.
No matter how you slice it or dice it,its just more of the same that is destroying us.
Update: From Riehl World View:
So far, the real loser in the primary season is the GOP. Heading into a critical election against just going to be a real loser in primary season,but also a loser against Obama in the General Election too. what should be an eminently beatable Obama, the GOP can't even produce what one might call an A-Team of potential contenders. For all of the Democrat's problems, the GOP continues to look like an extremely weak party. No longer the party of Reagan, it's become the party of all of the above. That infuriates serious conservatives who generally tend to be supportive.
What I'm afraid of is that the GOP will not only be a loser in primary season,but also a loser in the general election too.Yuck!

Sunday, October 16, 2011

We Need A President Who Means What He Says

Mort Zuckerman had this to say about the POTUS:
".....Harry Truman had a wonderful definition for the presidency. He said the president has to be someone who can persuade the American people to do what they don't want to do and to like it. And that's what you have to do. Somebody like Reagan had that authority. He was liked so much and he had a kind of moral authority. That's what this president has lost."
Not only has this President,Mort,lost his moral authority,but every President since Bill Clinton has lost moral authority.

Bill Clinton did serious damage to the prestige to the office -with his teenage like and dog in heat conduct- that the moral authority of the presidency maybe gone forever.That is Bill Clinton's legacy.

The only cannidate in this current crop of GOP hopefuls,that has any moral authority is Ron Paul.He is the only one who will truly tell you exactly what he believes.

'Honestly Vetting Herman Cain'

Herman Cain and TARP:

Examining Herman Cain's record leaves serious questions about which type of problem-solver he is.  In a column published October 20, 2008, Cain blamed conservatives' "economic illiteracy" for their opposition to the freshly passed Trouble Assets Relief Program.

"Wake up people!" admonished Cain with typical candor.  "Owning a part of the major banks in America is not a bad thing. We could make a profit while solving a problem."  Cain goes on to defend Treasury's decision to post-legislatively change TARP to buy preferred stock in banks rather than toxic mortgages.  "You got a problem with that?" asks Cain.  Apparently he didn't.

Cain reassures "free market purists" that the Treasury's stock purchase is "not nationalization because that would require government to own at least 51% of the entity for an indefinite period of time."  (This is a relief, because some of us thought that government would use this foot in the door to force mergers, control salaries, and set lending rules.  Oh, wait...)

The issue isn't that one mistake disqualifies a candidate from office, but rather the rationale Cain uses to justify TARP.  Is there no limit to government power so long as it's a "win-win for the tax-payer"1?  Does the Executive Branch have the authority to decide what constitutes a win-win?  If, as Cain concludes, "unprecedented problems require unprecedented solutions," then does that include unconstitutional solutions?
The more you go beyond Herman Cain's rhetoric and begin to examine exactly what he stands for,he looks the same as Mitt Romney,Rick Perry,and all the rest,they are for Big Government when it suits their purposes.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

'Crisis Of Decadence'

Mark Steyn:

As America sinks into a multi-trillion-dollar debt pit, it is fascinating to listen to so many of my friends on the right fret about potential cuts to the Pentagon budget. The problem in Iraq and Afghanistan is not that we are spending insufficient money, but that so much of that money has been utterly wasted. Dominant powers often wind up with thankless tasks, but the trick is to keep it within budget: London administered the vast sprawling fractious tribal dump of Sudan with about 200 British civil servants for what, with hindsight, was the least worst two-thirds of a century in that country’s existence. These days I doubt 200 civil servants would be enough for the average branch office of the Federal Department of Community Organizer Grant Applications. Abroad as at home, the United States urgently needs to start learning how to do more with less.

As I said, these are more or less conventional symptoms of geopolitical decline: Great powers still go through the motions but increasingly ineffectually. But what the Council on Foreign Relations types often miss is that, for the man in the street, decline can be very pleasant. In Britain, France, Spain, and the Netherlands, the average citizen lives better than he ever did at the height of Empire. Today’s Europeans enjoy more comfortable lives, have better health, and take more vacations than their grandparents did. The state went into decline, but its subjects enjoyed immense upward mobility. Americans could be forgiven for concluding that, if this is “decline,” bring it on.
But it’s not going to be like that for the United States: Unlike Europe, geopolitical decline and mass downward mobility will go hand in hand. Indeed, they’re already underway. Whenever the economy goes south, experts talk of the housing “bubble,” the tech “bubble,” the credit “bubble.” But the real bubble is the 1950 “American moment,” and our failure to understand that moments are not permanent. The United States emerged from the Second World War as the only industrial power with its factories intact and its cities not reduced to rubble, and assumed that that unprecedented preeminence would last forever: We would always be so far ahead and so flush with cash that we could do anything and spend anything and we would still be Number One. That was the thinking of Detroit’s automakers when they figured they could afford to buy off the unions. The industrial powerhouse of 1950 is now a crime-ridden wasteland with a functioning literacy rate equivalent to West African basket-cases. And yes, Detroit is an outlier, but look at the assumptions its rulers made, and then wonder whether it will seem quite such an outlier in the future.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Tell Me Exactly Who Is In Rebellion,Junior?

Jesse Jackson Jr. wants,Obama to declare Congress in rebellion,and operate outside the bounds of the Constitution:

Illinois Democratic Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr. told The Daily Caller on Wednesday that congressional opposition to the American Jobs Act is akin to the Confederate “states in rebellion.”
Jackson called for full government employment of the 15 million unemployed and said that Obama should “declare a national emergency” and take “extra-constitutional” action “administratively” — without the approval of Congress — to tackle unemployment.
“I hope the president continues to exercise extraordinary constitutional means, based on the history of Congresses that have been in rebellion in the past,” Jackson said. “He’s looking administratively for ways to advance the causes of the American people, because this Congress is completely dysfunctional.”
No,Congressman Jackson,"congressional opposition to the American Jobs Act" is not "akin to the Confederate states in rebellion."

First of all,the Confederate States were not in rebllion,they left the Union of their own free will,as it was their right to do so.It was Lincoln,who operated outside the bounds of the Constitution,subjagated the Southern states by force of arms.It was Lincoln who was in rebellion,rebellion to the Constitution.

If Obama takes "extra-constitutional" measures,like Lincoln 150 years ago,he would be in rebellion to the Constitution.Then every state -not 13 as 150 years ago,but all 50 states- should secede from the Union immediately,and reform our government under the Constitution.

What should be done now with Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.,Sister Tolijah has the answer:

Glenn Reynolds thinks Jackson should resign over this. Resign, hell. “Representative” Jesse Jackson, Jr., should be brought before the House and expelled for violating his oath.
It will never happen,but it should.

Its Time For NYPD To Protect And Serve And Remove The Occupiers From Private Property

Here is a letter from Brookfield Properties, that owns the park that the NY protesters are living in right now, to NYPD chief Ray Kelly. While they support the right of the protesters to protest, the park has become disgusting. In part it says:

The conditions at the park have deteriorated to unsanitary and unsafe levels.

Additionally, we have received hundreds of phone calls and e-mails from concerned citizens and office workers in the neighborhood. Complaints range from outrage over numerous laws being broken including, but not limited to lewdness, groping, drinking and drug use, to the lack of safe access to and usage of the Park, to ongoing noise at all house, to unsanitary conditions to offensive odors. We have received complaints of harassment, one woman stating that she was verbally abused in front of her 5 year old child and complaining that she had a package stolen from her as she tried to cross the Park.

You have to feel sorry for those people who live around the area having to put with this disgusting mess. As the letter states, there are no public restrooms in the park. The businesses around the park have put expensive locks on their bathrooms because the protesters were bathing in their restrooms and destroying them.

This is the thing. I know there are protesters who really believe in what they are doing and “the cause.” But they must also admit that there are so many that are just there for the free food, mattresses, and the availability of drugs. It has become unsanitary and unsafe. Continuing on in this manner will only hurt your cause and make you look bad to the American people. I am all for protests, having been a part of many myself, but make your point, go home, and come back another day. What these prostesters are doing in New York is unfair and unkind to the people who live and work in the area.

Go home, take a shower, and schedule protests for day long ventures. You make the same points without looking like a bunch of rag tag druggy losers.

'Olive Garden:American Flag Would Disrupt Dinning Experience':Update:Olive Garden Apologizes For Banning Old Glory

Old Glory denied admittance to Alabama Olive Garden:

Marti Warren of Anniston said she wasn't allowed to bring an American flag into an Olive Garden for a planned Kiwanis Club banquet in the east Alabama town of Oxford.
Olive Garden said:

"To be fair to everyone and avoid disrupting the dining experience for all other guests, they're unable to accommodate flags or banners of any type in the dining room,"
Olive Garden doesn't have to worry abot me "disrupting the dining experience" of anyone there,by me displaying my U.S. currency there.

BTW,Johnny Corrinos is better!

Update: Olive Garden has come to its senses:
Olive Garden issued this statement: "We are very sorry for any misunderstanding about this issue. We do not have a policy at Olive Garden concerning bringing the American flag into our restaurants. Some members of our team were misinformed about company policy by our corporate office. As a company, we take responsibility for that and we regret it.  We take pride in how we communicate to our restaurants and we are correcting this so it doesn't happen again. Like all Americans, we have nothing but the utmost respect and admiration for the American flag and everything it symbolizes, and we welcome anyone who wishes to bring the flag into our restaurants. In fact, we periodically provide American flag collar pins to our employees to wear while serving guests."

If My Father New This,He Would Turn Over In His Grave

My father,John T. Gann,served in the U.S. Navy during WWII from 1942-45.He first served aboard the U.S.S. Yorktown CV-10,then later on aboard the U.S.S. Shannon DM-25 and he fought in most of the major battles in the Pacific during his service and was very proud of that service,as well he should be.

One of the things,Daddy,would always tell us is,"that Harry Truman saved his and many other sailors lives in dropping the Bombs on Japan.They had already received their orders to sweep the Southern Kyushu of mines and everything that the Japanese was throwing at them at that point was kamikaze attacks."

At no time was,Daddy,ever sorry for anything he did in service of his country during the war.

And now we learn Obama wanted to do this:

Leaked cables show Japan nixed a presidential apology to Hiroshima and Nagasaki for using nukes to end the overseas contingency operation known as World War II.
Mr. President you maybe sorry that our fathers fought to win in WWII,but I have news for you pal,neither they,or their children,or most Americans are sorry or ashamed for doing what was necessary to win the war,by dropping the Bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

'Obama: "None Of Us Make It On Our Own" Without Government'

"Now, I want to be very clear here. Nobody wants to punish success in America. The Republicans talk about class warfare. That’s — our goal is to make success available for everybody. What’s great about this country is you’ve got a good idea, you’ve got a service that nobody else has thought of, you know what, go out there, start a business. Make money. I want everybody out there to be rich. That’s great. Anybody in America should be able to make it if they try."

"But none of us make it on our own. Somebody — an outstanding entrepreneur like a Steve Jobs — somewhere along the line he had a teacher who helped inspire him. All those great Internet businesses wouldn’t have succeeded unless somebody had invested in the government research that helped to create the Internet. We don’t succeed on our own. We succeed because this country has, in previous generations, made investments that allow all of us to succeed."

Without private business's,like BBN Technologies,the Department of Defence would not have had the Internet to begin with,Mr. President.Its the other way around,without free markets the government wouldn't make it on its own.

The government,like most people is a consumer.Unlike individuals though,the government doesn't create or produce anything,and is totally dependent on what it can purchase from others.

Also,Steve Jobs wasn't inspired by a teacher or anyone else from the government.Steve Jobs was inspired by this man,the creator of Polaroid:

Steve Jobs idolized Edwin Land, and it's clear he learned a lot from him.
Like Jobs, Land dropped out of college. Like Jobs, Land obsessed about function and form. Like Jobs, Land scoffed at the idea of "market research." (Both men believed that consumers don't know what they want until they see it.)
As Ronald Reagan said,"government isn't the answer,it is the problem."

Ultimately Violence Will Be Necessary, Says Occupy L.A. Speaker

Some conservatives/libertarians need to wake up and understand that this Occupy crowd isn't an anti-crony capitalism movement!They are not supporters of Ron Paul!They do not want smaller government!They do not believe in free markets!

What they want is to over throw free market capitalism and replace it with absolute socialism,by any means necessary,even with violent revolution.

All I have to say to this crowd is,"Don't Tread On Me!"

Hat tip to Ace Of Spades.

Twinkle,Twinkle,Little Marxist

Uhm,didn't we used to call these people hippies and hobos!

Hat tip to Jonah Goldberg.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Occupy Wall Street Chants,"You Can Have Sex With Animals."

This is hilarious!

Hat tip to Legal Insurrection.

Something The Occupy Wall Steet Crowd Should Think About

From Michael Goodwin:

Reader Harold Theurer sees another angle. Noting the passing of Steve Jobs, he wonders how many protesters carrying Apple products understand how those gadgets came to exist.
“What started out as two men in a garage with ideas and passion would have been nothing more than two guys in a garage with ideas and passion had it not been for an IPO on Dec. 12, 1980, when Apple went public at $22 per share,” he writes.
“Big Bad Wall Street raised $101 million for Mr. Jobs to expand his ideas, create jobs and change the landscape of technology. The next time any of the Wall Street occupiers makes an iTune purchase, it can be traced back to some Big Bad Banker’s belief in Mr. Jobs and his company.”
Class dismissed.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Occupy Atlanta Refuses To Let Civil Rights Icon John Lewis Speak!

Just Imagine,John Lewis showing up to a Tea Party event and not being allowed to speak,the cries of racism would be heard through out the media.But when liberal romper room does it,well its just democracy in action.No one knows how to keep the black man down like liberals.

Hat tip to Michelle Malkin.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Was Einstein Wrong?

Charles Krauthammer:
Neutrinos fired 454 miles from a supercollider outside Geneva to an underground laboratory in Gran Sasso, Italy, took less time (60 nanoseconds less) than light to get there. Or so the physicists think. Or so they measured. Or so they have concluded after checking for every possible artifact and experimental error.
The implications of such a discovery are so mind boggling, however, that these same scientists immediately requested that other labs around the world try to replicate the experiment. Something must have been wrong to account for a result that, if we know anything about the universe, is impossible.
And that’s the problem. It has to be impossible because, if not, everything we know about the universe is wrong.
The fundamental axiom of Einstein’s theory of relativity is the absolute prohibition on speed faster than light. Einstein’s predictions about how time slows and mass increases as one approaches the speed of light have been verified by a mountain of experimental evidence. As velocity increases, mass approaches infinity and time slows to zero, making it progressively and, ultimately, infinitely difficult to achieve light speed. Which is why nothing does. And nothing ever has.
Until two weeks ago Thursday.

'Why History Really Matters - Steve Jobs & King David'

Via the Old Virginia Blog:
Steve Jobs' authorized biographer, Walter Isaachson, noted the following:

A few weeks ago, I visited Jobs for the last time in his Palo Alto, Calif., home. He had moved to a downstairs bedroom because he was too weak to go up and down stairs. He was curled up in some pain, but his mind was still sharp and his humor vibrant. We talked about his childhood, and he gave me some pictures of his father and family to use in my biography. As a writer, I was used to being detached, but I was hit by a wave of sadness as I tried to say goodbye. In order to mask my emotion, I asked the one question that was still puzzling me: Why had he been so eager, during close to 50 interviews and conversations over the course of two years, to open up so much for a book when he was usually so private? “I wanted my kids to know me,” he said. “I wasn’t always there for them, and I wanted them to know why and to understand what I did.

Jobs' last thoughts were focused on passing on his legacy--his history so to speak--so that his children would "know why and to understand what I did." Now, isn't that what real history is really all about?

It is a universal desire that the next generation would understand:

"That the generation to come might know them, even the children which should be born; who should arise and declare them to their children" ~ King David in Psalms 78

At the end,Steve Jobs like so many others,their chief concern isn't whether they have achieved enough wealth or earned titles,distinction,or fame,their chief concern is they didn't spend enough time with their families,all else at that moment doesn't matter.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Obama Presidency By The Numbers

Hat tip Bob's Blog.

Sarah Palin Is Not Running For POTUS:Updated: Sarah Palin's Statement,Updated:Disappointed Not Betrayed

I feel betrayed disappointed right now,Sarah Palin,could have told us this in June and then maybe a bonafide conservative could have entered the race,but now aside from Ron Paul who wont win the nomination,we are stuck with the election from hell.

Update: Sarah Palin's statement announcing she will not be pursuing the Republican nomination for POTUS:

October 5, 2011

Wasilla, Alaska
After much prayer and serious consideration, I have decided that I will not be seeking the 2012 GOP nomination for President of the United States. As always, my family comes first and obviously Todd and I put great consideration into family life before making this decision. When we serve, we devote ourselves to God, family and country. My decision maintains this order.
My decision is based upon a review of what common sense Conservatives and Independents have accomplished, especially over the last year. I believe that at this time I can be more effective in a decisive role to help elect other true public servants to office – from the nation’s governors to Congressional seats and the Presidency. We need to continue to actively and aggressively help those who will stop the “fundamental transformation” of our nation and instead seek the restoration of our greatness, our goodness and our constitutional republic based on the rule of law.

From the bottom of my heart I thank those who have supported me and defended my record throughout the years, and encouraged me to run for President. Know that by working together we can bring this country back – and as I’ve always said, one doesn’t need a title to help do it.
I will continue driving the discussion for freedom and free markets, including in the race for President where our candidates must embrace immediate action toward energy independence through domestic resource developments of conventional energy sources, along with renewables. We must reduce tax burdens and onerous regulations that kill American industry, and our candidates must always push to minimize government to strengthen the economy and allow the private sector to create jobs.
Those will be our priorities so Americans can be confident that a smaller, smarter government that is truly of the people, by the people, and for the people can better serve this most exceptional nation.

In the coming weeks I will help coordinate strategies to assist in replacing the President, re-taking the Senate, and maintaining the House.

Thank you again for all your support. Let’s unite to restore this country!

God bless America.

– Sarah Palin
Hat tip Mark Levin.
Update: Disappointed would be a better word to describe my feelings yesterday,when I learned Sarah Palin would not run for POTUS.Sarah Palin hasn't betrayed me or anyone else in choosing the well being of her family.She has been savaged by MSM,just imagine what it would be for her and her family if she sought the presidency.

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

'Sesame Street Unveils New Muppet To Teach Kids About Hunger'

Sesame Street's new Muppet:

Sesame Street has a new muppet who is hungry for more than just cookies.
The iconic kids show is set to unveil a new impoverished puppet named Lily, whose family faces an ongoing struggle with hunger issues. Lily will be revealed in a one-hour Sesame Street primetime special, Growing Hope Against Hunger, which is being sponsored by Walmart. The special will star country singer Brad Paisley and his wife Kimberly Williams Paisley, as well as the Sesame Street Muppets
First of all this is just another attempt by Sesame Street to indocirnate our children with socialism in the name of compassion.One of the reason's that communism,socialism and liberalism succeed so well is they target the youth,while conservatives primarily target adults.

Also,why do we have to acquaint our children with the horrors of the world?They will have plenty of time as they grow older to learn that life isn't all fluffy clouds and rainbows,but life can be harsh and hard too.Let children be children and stop stealing their childhood!

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Random Thoughts

Just a few random thoughts.

1.Rick Perry has turned out to be a spoof of Dubya,rather than a George W. Bush Reduex.

2.Necessity maybe the mother of invention,but wealth is invention's father.

3.I am tired of politicians playing hard to get,Chris Christie and Sarah Palin.Either enter the fray or shut the hell up.

4.Herman Cain talks a good game,but me thinks if elected,he would cave like all the rest.

5.Ever since Mark Harmon forced out Donald Bellisarrio as show runner/head writer,NCIS hasn't been as good.

6.The Indianapolis Colt's are 0-4 this season without Peyton Manning.Is Peyton the Most Valuable Player in NFL history?

Monday, October 3, 2011

'BET's founder Robert Johnson To Obama:Stop Attacking The Wealthy'

"I didn't go in to business to create a public policy success for either party, Republican or Democrat. I went in business to create jobs and opportunity, create opportunity, create value for myself and my investors. And that's what the president should be praising, not demagoguing us simply because Warren Buffet says he pays more than his secretary. He should pay the secretary more and she will pay more."