Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Monday, September 29, 2008
Saturday, September 27, 2008
Watch the first video. It's kind of long but watch at least the first few minutes to hear her story.
Then she went on Hannity and Colmes to speak out against Obama who has voted (four times) to kill babies born from botched abortions. This is also a bit long but very much worth it as it tells a bit of Obama's perspective on abortion. Apparently the subject is not always "above his paygrade." Listen at about 3.5 minutes in where Colmes says, "Obama does not support infanticide'' and Gianna says, "If he voted against providing care for children who survived abortions, then what would you call it?" Zing!
People in then Seattle area have a lot of "pro-choice" bumper stickers saying it's their body, their right. But it is so sleazy to be such a whore to get knocked up by men you aren't married to or at least planning ton spending your life with or even planning on raising the child with. But it's even more sleazy to use abortion as a birth control. Abortion isn't the only choice-- what about adoption? No, we should not outlaw abortion completely but we should make it rare. One way to make it unnecessary is to stop sleeping around. Liberals live by the "if it feels good do it" rule which results in unwanted pregnancy and in turn, abortion.
Support the Born alive Infants Protection Act.
I'll close with this next quote about Gianna:
"Jessen is conscious that examples speak louder than words. She often talks to young people about the value of chastity, modesty and honor. She wants to remind people that all of their choices have consequences."
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Recession is when your neighbor loses his job. Depression is when you lose yours. Recovery is when Jimmy Carter loses his.
[to his doctors prior to going in the surgery room after being shot]: I hope all of you are Republicans.
I know what it's like to pull the Republican lever for the first time, because I used to be a Democrat myself, and I can tell you it only hurts for a minute and then it feels just great.
America is too great to dream small dreams.
Politics is not a bad profession. If you succeed there are many rewards; if you disgrace yourself you can always write a book.
Fascism was really the basis for the New Deal.
I have left orders to be awakened at any time in case of national emergency - even if I'm in a Cabinet meeting.
[During a microphone check on August 11 1984, unaware that he was being broadcast]: My fellow Americans. I'm pleased to announce that I've signed legislation outlawing the Soviet Union. We begin bombing in five minutes. (rumor has it he WAS aware, just pretending not to be)
Trees cause more pollution than automobiles.
Approximately 80% of our air pollution stems from hydrocarbons released by vegetation, so let's not go overboard in setting and enforcing tough emission standards.
Abortion is advocated only by persons who have themselves been born.
It isn't that liberals are ignorant. It's just that they know so much that isn't so.
Freedom and Security go together.
Whatever else history may say about me when I'm gone, I hope it will record that I appealed to your best hopes, not your worst fears; to your confidence rather than your doubts. My dream is that you will travel the road ahead with liberty's lamp guiding your steps and opportunity's arm steadying your way. [Speech at the Republican National Convention, Aug. 17, 1992.]
I'm trying to come to terms that the 2008 election is a lost cause and that we are doomed for Obama bin Biden for the next four years. As my dad often says, "Jimmy Carter brought us Ronald Reagan" so maybe there is hope. Real hope with substance, not empty-suit Obama hope.
The downside is that many people think Bush's presidency is like Carter's and Obama will be the Reagan of our time. One key difference-- Reagan went away from the radical left view and changed from Democrat to Republican. Obama represents the opposite-- Democrat into Communism.
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
"Tonight I call on the McCain campaign to stop treating Sarah Palin like she is a delicate flower that will wilt at any moment," said Brown. "This woman is from Alaska for crying out loud. She is strong. She is tough. She is confident. And you claim she is ready to be one heart beat away form the presidency. If that is the case, then end this chauvinistic treatment of her now. Allow her to show her stuff. Allow her to face down those pesky reporters... Let her have a real news conference with real questions. By treating Sarah Palin different from the other candidates in this race, you are not showing her the respect she deserves. Free Sarah Palin. Free her from the chauvinistic chain you are binding her with. Sexism in this campaign must come to an end. Sarah Palin has just as much a right to be a real candidate in this race as the men do. So let her act like one."
This is especially disturbing since about the same time, a communist Florida Rep. said this about Sarah Palin:
“If Sarah Palin isn’t enough of a reason for you to get over whatever your problem is with Barack Obama, then you damn well had better pay attention...anybody toting guns and stripping moose don’t care too much about what they do with Jews and blacks."
Who has treated this gun-toting, God-clinging, fielding-dressing, moose-hunting Alaskan gal like a delicate flower? Lets see, the Right responded positively to her saying she is just what this country needs while the Obamunists and left news media has been treating her like pond scum...
So let's clarify. If you like a Republican then you are catering to a weakling. But if you are a Democrat acting evil to a Republican than you are normal.
Ok got it.
Saturday, September 20, 2008
After eating lunch of BBQ sandwiches at the Young Life stand, drinking many free samples of chocolate milk, and after Douglas ate an ice cream cone, we went on the Extreme Scream again. We had a few tickets left and since the Kamikaze was closed at that time, we went on the giant swings. The operator of that ride was such an ass. He was so rude to his fellow employees right in front of us-- literally standing next to us and talking down to these poor guys. The Kamikaze opened by that time but we only had enough tickets combined for one of us to go on the ride so Douglas went. After that we went on a mission to find caramel apples, fudge and scones.
They didn't have the caramel apple I wanted so I left Douglas standing in the long line for scones while I went to get fudge. I rejoined him and in 15 minutes, he moved only a few feet. This is when the hammer and monkey came in. We stood stood in line for an hour so we had to entertain ourselves somehow. The people behind us thought we were pretty funny when we made the hammer into some kind of toll bridge.... yeah...
Then it got interesting. The lady in front of us had an Obama/Biden button and noticed my McCain/Palin button and after about 45 minutes in line, she decided to start up a debate on politics. She wanted to know "just one thing why I am voting for McCain" and sounded, initially, that she didn't want to start something up-- just curious. But she was so condescending when I told her how I like that he is for protecting the constitution, primarily the 2nd Amendment and he not a communist. So she, ever the liberal, went on a tangent of "oh so you only like the 2nd amendment, not the others? So you only care that he upholds that one? And that's great he's not a communist, I'm glad he's not" And that arrogant tone of hers...
She kept interrupting me and completely ignored Douglas. I was thoroughly annoyed but was trying to keep it civil by saying that I have already made up my mind as she has hers, so I hate it when people preach to me. After a few minutes of quieting down, I politely ask, "and what about you? Why Obama?" and her reply was "well there are so many to choose from... I like that he seems honest... he cares about everyone, not just the rich people.... and he wants to protect our civil liberties... and that makes me feel good" I just say, "Well I don't think any politician is honest these days"
But in spite of that one Obamunist bitch, I did have a great time at the fair. It rained up until 6:30 which was when we started standing in the hour long scone line. However, the ride lines were long in the rain. My shoes were soaked so when we got back to the car I traded them for my flip-flops only to see that my feet were so wrinkled from the water!
Now I am sitting here typing with The Office playing in the background and when I'm done, I'll climb into bed with my freshly washed sheets. What luxuries. God bless America.
Friday, September 19, 2008
Thursday, September 18, 2008
In Elko, Obama tried to anticipate his critics and called on the crowd of about 1,500 to sharpen their elbows, too.
"I need you to go out and talk to your friends and talk to your neighbors. I want you to talk to them whether they are independent or whether they are Republican. I want you to argue with them and get in their face," he said.
"And if they tell you that, 'Well, we're not sure where he stands on guns.' I want you to say, 'He believes in the Second Amendment.' If they tell you, 'Well, he's going to raise your taxes,' you say, 'No, he's not, he's going lower them.' You are my ambassadors. You guys are the ones who can make the case."
What is this? Does he really think he is some kind of messiah? He wants his disciples to go thee forth and "make his case" by.... lying? I remember the first time I started hearing about Obama, about January or February this year, I actually read in the newspaper his own quote that he will raise taxes by 12 percent for those making 97k a year or more. I kid you not. I wrote a blog about this on my myspace shortly after I read that quote. And the whole second amendment thing-- I do not have a direct quote but his actions speak louder than words as he repeatedly voted to keep guns banned in his own city of Chicago. (Which by the way is a real bummer that he represents Chicago because I love the Chicago Bears. Now they are tainted.)
It seems a little Hilterian to "talk to your friends and neighbors...talk to them whether they are independent or whether they are Republican" as if he wants them to wear a big R or I to differentiate them from "us." (didn't the Jews wear the Star of David shortly before they were led into the big gas chambers?) His parallel of Hitler is frightening.
And I dare a liberal to get in the face of any member of my family. Between my parents, my brother and I, we own about nine rifles, one shotgun, and six handguns. Not to mention the knives and swords. Yeah, I dare you to get in my face and argue a case for Obama bin Biden.
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
One person even told me I deserve to be flipped off/have my car defaced because of the sticker.
Actual post: "Eight years is tolerance enough. We don't need another four. Remove you sticker unless you want to be ridiculed. Have you no shame for electing George W. Bush, the worst president in american history? this is no time for Republican pride, you should get with it so you're not left behind with the fools."
Actual post: "he's a huge mistake, and almost everyone knows this, peel your sticker off, then nobody will know how stupid you are, it's that simple.Moron"
Another actual post: "You must be retarded, Right, it's people like you, who keep voting for these crazy bastards, and you wonder why people flip you off? God your Stupid, have you ever sen the News, it's always bad, and it's your fucking Republicans that are ruining this Country, smoke some crack, and crawl back up Bushe's ass."
Perhaps the most disturbing one is "I suggest you drop your conservative 'beliefs' and start looking at life a little more liberally." Do you realize what this means? This is parallel to Nazi beliefs. I am in no comparing the Jewish victims of the Holocaust to Republicans oppressed by Democrats but there is a similar mindset of the Democrats and Nazis. The Nazis believed that the financial success of the Jews are why the poor were suffering. They believed that the Jews "deserved" what they got. They hated the Jewish beliefs and ultimately killed them for it.
Sigh. These radical liberals are nothing short of sociopaths. They are basically saying, "believe what I believe or die" I'm getting a little down with the whole political stuff. Maybe it's a losing battle...
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Will it ever end?
Tonight, while preparing to sign into hotmail, the MSN homepage was littered with lies or exaggerated stories about Palin. You don't see their stories covered up with someone else's books.
The way I see it, we are pretty damn privileged. I was on my way to babysit tonight when I realized how lucky we are in this country and I don't understand why liberals want to take away our rights, our freedoms. How lucky am I to have the opportunity to be on my way to work for money, make a living. I am so fortunate to be able to drive a newer sedan blasting the folk music of Jewel while sipping my Starbucks chai latte. It's a sunny day, beautiful for a drive through the cascade mountains. Thank the Lord, we are so lucky to be so free and enjoy all of those privileges.
But the liberals would rather be negative about what we don't have and what we haven't accomplished. Rather than be true to their own words of love and tolerance, they are set on destroying Palin.
No, it wont end. It's so overwhelming and it makes me feel tired.
Friday, September 12, 2008
For example, in Seattle I have met or seen kids with the names Sloane (for a girl), Spike, Townsend, Maverick, Satchel, Emerson (for a girl), Barron and Talon-- so far. Some not-so-weird names but still out of style include Daisy, Bianca, and Elias-for now. And my cousin named her daughter Arheney... what?
Spelling is another thing. I hate it when someone takes a great name like Amy and butchers it to Aimee. Jason becomes Jacen. Marcus becomes Markus. Spelling a name differently does not make them unique-- it makes it harder for teachers and potential employers to say it or take them seriously. However, my friend named her daughter Danneka and I actually like it better than Danica. Go figure.
Then there is the overdone names like anything that rhymes with Aiden. Jayden, Kayden, Brayden, Rayden, Tayden, Hayden....oh my gosh! And then there is an infinite way to spell each of those names.
The Eastside seems to have stuck with the more common names of this generation like Emma, Madison, Max, Jake, Evan, Ethan and Taylor. Both sides are overrun with Ava, Zoe, Grace and Abigail.
Old names are nice but not the style. Maybe they will be later. Names like Ruth, Barbara, Esther (sorry Arley), Ethel, Dorothy, Margaret, Betty, Evelyn... sorry but they just belong in the past or as middle names after a loved family member. My opinion anyway.
Celebrities. Gwen Stephani named her newest boy Zuma. Kingston is not bad though. Other celebrity kid names include, Ocean, Sonnet, True, Moxy CrimeFighter, Moon Unit, Knox, Suri, Apple, Deacon, Harrlow, Sunday, Kyd, Honor and don't forget the Willis kids Tallulah, Rumer, and Scout. Read here for some more outrageous ones.
My nanny friend told me recently how her sister works in a daycare who has a little girl with the name, I kid you not, Sobriety. I really don't care for those types of names. I've actually known people with the names Modesty, Charity, Chastity, Patience, Hope, Faith, and Trinity. I once knew a girl named Honey too. Chicago Bear's coach is named Lovie. Some people...
I'll write more if I think of anymore names to list. Me? I'm not so unique. I prefer the name Reagan myself. Bet you can't guess why :)
Thursday, September 11, 2008
Like most people, I remember where I was on that day. On the surface, it really isn't a big deal. I was 3,000 miles away, safe in my home getting ready for school. I was a senior that year, just turned 17 three week before. I was blissfully ignorant to national and world news. I thought it was a joke when I first saw it on TV. But when I got to school my first period history teacher played the news all through class. Same thing 2nd period. And 3rd and 4th and 5th and 6th periods. All day we watched. I was a stupid, idealistic teenager with a twisted defense mechanism and just shrugged off the whole thing. So what? It's in New York, I thought. Big deal. It doesn't affect me. But day after day we watched, a little less each day but it never completely left our lives.
Flags popped up on every car and home and shirt. There was a unity between race, gender, political party, the rich and the homeless, the average citizens and the celebrities. Kids were seen as true blessings and families helped each other when in need. We ceased thinking of each other as different, as enemies, and focused on us being Americans.
It didn't hit me until about 5 years after the horrendous attack how selfish my reaction was. This was a big deal and it did affect me. I'm ashamed of my initial reaction but can only write it off as teenage ignorance. But that role has since reversed. I am truly proud of America and love this country with my heart and soul but its the other Americans who are bickering as if it were 9/10 again. The election is is driving a stake into our unity causing havoc with race and gender, blaming the rich, while celebrities are abusing their power of fame and media to be divisive and evil. People have come completely apart at the seams. We are collapsing. We are not the same Americans we were on 9/12.
People hate the war but it is not a mistake nor is it for oil. It is for those who had to burn alive in the twin towers because a few Muslim extremists hate everything America stands for. The war is on for those who jumped out the windows of the towers so they wouldn't suffer the painful death of fire. It's for those brave, true American citizens who gave their lives to walk up several flights of stairs in attempts to save those trapped in the upper floors. It is for those who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. It's for those who will live on without their fathers, mothers, sisters and brothers who died for reasons beyond our comprehension as Americans. This is how we make sure our country never has to go through that again.
When I see the anti-war bumper stickers in Seattle, it makes me so angry knowing that the American people would rather bend over to our enemies-- to people who want to kill us or enslave us while exploiting our land-- than fight for what we stand for: Freedom. We have the freedom to have said bumper stickers while places like China and Russia limit internet access and flog anyone who dare go against their leaders or country. The people who attacked us, the Taliban, don't even allow women to go outside much less run for Government offices or, heck, even to be a cashier for minimum wage. The men must practice Islam and grow a beard. And Seattle liberals want to bend over to people like the Taliban? How is that "progressive?"
I hope that we can go back to the days of unity, of Americans; or at least get out of the selfish, ignorant teenage idealism of "what's best for me." I hope Americans will remember our cause. The 9/12 bumper stickers are true: United we stand, divided we fall. And if we continue to bicker and spite, we will become weaker than we already are-- and then the next set of terrorists will step in.
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Social Issues: 75% Conservative, 25% Liberal
Personal Responsibility: 75% Conservative, 25% Liberal
Fiscal Issues: 100% Conservative, 0% Liberal
Ethics: 50% Conservative, 50% Liberal
Defense and Crime: 100% Conservative, 0% Liberal
I know Laura probably wont be surprised about the fiscal conservatism. :)
Tuesday, September 9, 2008
"You can put lipstick on a pig. It's still a pig. You can wrap up an old fish in a piece of paper and call it change. It's still going to stink after eight years. We've had enough"
Do you think his "old fish" comment is an ageist one against McCain? So now he hates women and the elderly. He can go on and on about how much he cares about "Women's Rights" and "Taking care of the poor/elderly/disabled/etc." but actions speak louder than words... and speeches echo for a lifetime.
Monday, September 8, 2008
Sunday, September 7, 2008
Saturday, September 6, 2008
"The reality of gun ownership may be different for hunters in rural Ohio than for those plagued by gang-violence in Cleveland, but don’t tell me we can’t uphold the Second Amendment while keeping AK-47s out of the hands of criminals."
I have been thinking about maybe, possibly, beginning to think about probably buying an AK-47 in the near future. But after Obama made such an insulting statement I decided to go out and buy one today. Yes, I am now a proud owner of an AK-47.
He is clearly out of touch because if he knew any better, criminals use handguns (sideways Glocks, haha) not AK-47s. Rifles are not exactly concealable and lightweight. But now we know that AKs and other assault rifles will be the first to go when he's president.
What an idiot. A frightening one at that.
Republicans are getting a bum rap. They are the minority in congress where Nancy Pelosi immediately shoots down any Republican bill presented. Republicans are getting their property destroyed by libs and being interrupted at speeches (with little media coverage) and talked down at whenever speaking of an opinion.
But the thing that pissed me off the most was when researching Bernie Sanders, I found his own hate-filled site about the RNC. When the DNC was going on, it was a moment in history. But accodring to Bernie Sanders, the RNC "was covered by the media as if it were a soap opera or football game in St. Paul." Oh dear, what an inconvenience. Here is the whole quote:
"As an all-too-real threat approached New Orleans and a convention was covered by the media as if it were a soap opera or football game in St. Paul, Sen. Bernie Sanders toured Vermont to raise awareness of the role juvenile delinquency prevention programs play in our communities; he shone a light on real life slavery taking place on farms in Florida; and he continued the push for desperately-needed home energy assistance. Congress returns from August recess next week. All this while the economy continues to go in the wrong direction"
The first thing he talks about is juvenile delinquency in his state. His idea to "raise awareness" is to push more money into youth programs. You can shovel money at programs all day but that wont stop crime. It's personal responsibility and parent responsibility.
Next he talks about "slavery" in Florida. This so called slavery is attributed to illegal aliens who are illegally here, illegally working, and getting an illegal paycheck. Just because they make below minimum wage and don't get health benefits (rightfully) he calls it slavery. Which I find rather insulting to the historical slaves in America who were regularly beaten, separated from their families, and worked against their will--without pay. Getting a small paycheck is not slavery.
His home energy crisis comment is, again, shoveling more money at people. He wants to give more money to those who cannot afford to warm their houses because of the rising gas prices. And he blames Republicans for blocking his bill, calling it a filibuster that is blocking his decision to give more money to those in need. What he fails to mention is that if he and other liberal/communist senators filibuster the Republicans bills to drill so we the taxpayers don't have to pay for our neighbors heat, but make it possible for everybody to pay for their own.
What a disgusting excuse for an American. I'm ashamed of our Democrats-- they belong in Canada.
Thursday, September 4, 2008
But then I thought about it. I wonder what is it like to be so obsessed with someone that it would consume the entirety of my soul to the point of needing to make an ass out myself to show my love and affection and adoration for a stranger, a human man I have never met and probably will never meet.
I wonder what it's like...
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
It was still Hannity and Colmes's hour so we had to miss Mr. Romney's speech but we did catch every moment of Huckabee, Giuliani, and Palin. Wow. They are such wonderful speakers, meaning what they say and saying what they mean. They put out a couple of verbal sucker-punches in Obama's direction but had a theme of positive, work-together, American unity. Unlike the DNC's feel guilty theme. Here's some of my favorite Palin jabs:
"I guess a small-town mayor is sort of like a 'community organizer,' except that you have actual responsibilities"
"In politics, there are some candidates who use change to promote their careers. And then there are those, like John McCain, who use their careers to promote change"
"Change is not a destination...Hope is not a strategy"
And of course all the "elitist" jabs without actually really saying he's an elitist. Clever girl. But of course the Communist News Network (CNN) can only talk about her daughter's "scandalous" pregnancy. Big deal. They didn't go on and on about Michelle Obama's horrific and anti-American statements. Hmm, and media is not bias?
Monday, September 1, 2008
Concealed Pistol Permits up 43 percent in Washington
"The Jets represent Favre's Sarah Palin, a choice out of nowhere, and the maverick might've out-mavericked himself with this one."
Why was that a necessary detail? I don't fully understand anymore why the libs say that the media has a Conservative bias and call for the Fairness Doctrine. It seems to me that we are outnumbered. What a cheap shot.