July 23, 2011
“Experience hath shewn that even under the best forms (of government) those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny.”
One thing you can do if you stand opposed to this Administration is read and sign this new Declaration, and share it with your friends.
It states clearly our reasons for standing opposed to President Obama and the Democrat Party.
The Declaration has already garnered 50,000 signatures in just a few days.
Once it has 100,000 signatures, we will present it to the White House and members of Congress.
Here is the introduction:
For the past two and a half years, America has suffered under the leadership of one of the most corrupt and dangerous Administrations in American history. Comparing America’s revolutionary times with our own, we cannot help but conclude that “We the People” are today facing even more oppression than the colonial generation! For this reason, we have revisited what is considered to be the most important single document in American history, the Declaration of Independence of 1776, and have recast it to describe the perilous times in which we live.
“A small leak will sink a great ship.” Ben Franklin
November 12, 2010
The old Perry Como song comes to mind thinking about all the debate concerning our debt problem, deficits, the overwhelming size and reach of the federal government, and all the problems associated, including bankruptcy, hyperinflation, deep depression, even economic Armageddon:
It’s impossible, tell the sun to leave the sky, it’s just impossible
It’s impossible, ask a baby not to cry, it’s just impossible
Of course, we cannot park there. Traditional American optimism will not allow it. Besides, parking there means certain failure. However, a sober assessment of the situation is not encouraging considering how stupidity and selfishness infects every dimension of public debate.
The moment we learn about preliminary recommendations from Obama’s bipartisan deficit reduction commission, we hear blanket condemnations from Pelosi & Co. So much for working across the aisle to save the country: “…impossible, ask a baby not to cry…”
One serious, irrefutable fact is staring us straight in the face: unless we cut spending, increase revenue, pay our debts and balance the federal budget, America is going under.
Read the rest of this article here.
July 21, 2010
Full column here.
“If we ever forget that we’re one nation under God, then we will be a nation gone under.”
President Ronald Reagan
A culture and its people must have unifying beliefs and attending rituals to survive. That has been true throughout human history. Central agreed upon beliefs make culture and society possible. Supporting rituals are the reminders, the reinforcing glue holding us together.
Can we say we generally agree on the central beliefs that have made America great? Can we say we participate in rituals that preserve and perpetuate those beliefs?
July 13, 2010
Full column here.
A wise man once advised: When you are stressed and going through troubles, do not ask ‘why?’ Rather ask, ‘what am I supposed to learn in all this?’
We find it far more convenient to complain than exert ourselves to learn. The person who takes responsibility is the one most likely to endure.
This is why it is so troubling to see the so-called leader of the free world operating in constant blame shift mode. Rather than seek to learn and then demonstrate true intelligence by adapting, he complains, then blames.
July 1, 2010
Full column here.
Does it seem to you Joe Biden likes to say to the world, ‘bite me?’
If someone objects to the President forcing BP to set up a escrow fund without Congressional or court action, Joe’s response is ‘bite me,’ even as the Administration falls short in clean up efforts.
If top military experts disagree with the VP on Afghan strategy, Joe’s reply is ‘bite me.’
Behold more examples of the wit and wisdom of Joe Biden, probably the most ridiculous vice president in American history.
Yesterday Joe “Bite Me” Biden registered this glittering remark while stump speaking to a surging crowd of 200 glassy-eyed supporters:
“Republicans don’t believe in science.”
This is such an idiotic statement it hardly warrants response. However, it is so much fun watching Bite Me play dodge ball, let’s take a few whacks.
June 30, 2010
Full column here.
Today we get the news the President has finally allowed foreign ships to help with cleanup in the Gulf. This could have happened two months ago had the President preferred pollution control to politics.
(Please read this quickly before Obama shuts down the internet that Al Gore invented between massages. Fighting that there Republican-caused global warming and saving the polar bears must make Al Gore real kinky in the neck.)
It does not matter what color you paint your politics, every single American should be outraged by the lack of performance by this Administration concerning the Gulf oil spill.
As the Gulf waters and shorelines are poisoned far and wide, moment by moment, we find a President fumbling so terribly, we now have the worst environmental catastrophe on record. There is no end in sight. The economic and ecological consequences will be horrendous.