Thursday, November 06, 2008

Weekly Caption Contest and other general pictures

This weeks caption...(by the way they were playing she's not really that evil..most of the time)

Funniest picture of the day. She wasn't this person for Halloween but it was a funny suit.

Grace in her costume

It's a Shame

Too bad no armchair pundits were around to cover the election, prop 8, et. al.  This blog has lost its former glory. By the way, what do you all make of this:

Monday, May 19, 2008

What? No Global Warming? Dude

"There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gases is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth's atmosphere and disruption of the Earth's climate," the petition states. "Moreover, there is substantial scientific evidence that increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide produce many beneficial effects upon the natural plant and animal environments of the Earth."

So let me get this straight... I thought all the scientists believed that man was causing global warming.

Q&A with Bob Barr

Who is Bob Barr? This Q&A is a great start to understanding the views of this Libertarian presidential candidate. I agree with most of what he says and and am agreeable to his candidacy. It is time we as conservatives take a stance and stand up for change.

Bob Barr is conservative. Why do Republicans get that only label. I believe conservatives can flock to Bob and feel comfortable that he will stand up for fiscal conservatism, defense of our nation and limiting the size of the federal government.
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A lawyer, former U.S. Attorney and ex-CIA official, Barr, 59, was born in Iowa, but thanks to his military parents he lived in such exotic locales as Lima and Teheran, where he graduated from high school. He served in the House from 1995 to 2003, where he was known as a hard-line conservative who hated the IRS and fought tirelessly for privacy rights and other civil liberties.

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Sunday, May 18, 2008

Real Straight Talk -- Bob Barr

Bob Barr wants to win. I for one am a believer...

He wants to cut government spending...

Why Libertarian?

The Government in our lives

On Taxes... HECK YA!

Health Care and reform

A little more "straight talk"

And he's going to run our economic program for the largest economic engine in the world?

John McCain is playing us a fool

John McCain, like most politicians, is less than honest. In a time of uncertainty we don't need a politician who is not grounded firmly in conservative principles nor ideals that make us the base of his party.

I don't believe that John McCain will support any real plan that will save this country from economic ruin nor implement policies that will encourage sound conservative principles. I don't really believe anything that comes out of his mouth and here's why.

The splitting of the evangelical political front?

This is an interesting article regarding a shift in the evangelical political front.

I for one am relived that there may be a chink in the evangelical political front. The evangelical right has had far too much power over the conservative agenda over the last decade and I hope that this division proves to separate and divide the evangelical community.

Saturday, May 17, 2008

The FLDS and the losss of Liberty

This is a great article by Joseph Farah from WND. I think he is spot on about the relationship between the State and the individual liberties that this country used to protect. No longer are we free to choose for our own we know have to run everything by the State.

The State of Texas doesn't wish to protect the children of the FLDS they want to "save" them. This case is really much more than a cult that is allegedly abusing children, it is about the power grab that the State of Texas and our country in general is undertaking. No longer do they respect that family or the parent instead they respect themselves and the "professional" to decide how, what and why in every aspect of our life.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Finally someone worth voting for!!

Vote Bob Barr... if he isn't on your ballot then sign the petition to get him there.

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Do you see Jesus?

Tuesday, April 29, 2008


Is this the face of your next bride?

FLDS Teens Pregnant -- But are they really 14-17 year olds

A new report calls into question how the State of Texas is determining the age of the girls.,2933,352966,00.html

Now, I don't know exactly what is going on in this whole deal. No doubt the FLDS there are doing some shady things and are most likely in the midst of pedophiles but the State is not helping their cause by lying to the public and providing misleading information.

In my opinion this is not a case that was well thought out. Claims, information, charges and evidence have been pretty sketchy and seem to need a required "spin" to make them fit the State's case.

It is possible that this is the greatest trampling of civil rights since the 1950's raids on the polygamists compounds. Or it simply could be a good call on Texas's part to protect the children. Time will tell.

New Revelation on McCain

I'm not sure this is incredibly damning but it raises interesting questions on McCain's exact position on Iraq.

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Polygamists Framed?

Is it possible that the FLDS sect in El Dorado Texas were framed? I have had a feeling all along that this was a set up by someone who wanted to trample the freedoms of religion.

Now I must admit that these FLDS are fairly wacko and most likely they are abusing children in someway. In that regard the State must help them but I fear that this incident had nothing to do with abuse but rather this was an excuse to raid the compound.

And what about those beds they found in their temple? Not really for sex. Surprised that the media jumped all over this story with claims that some weird sex ritual was going on? This shouldn't surprise any LDS member.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Mitt's Got Class

Mitt needed a lot more of this on the campaign trail

Royals are only .5 games back

Next stop... World Series! I thought I would blog this moment since we may never see it again.
CentralWLPctGBHomeRoadLast 10Streak
White Sox95.643--4-35-27-3Won 2
Royals96.6000.53-36-36-4Won 1
Twins78.4672.54-43-45-5Won 1
Indians510.3334.53-62-43-7Lost 3
Tigers510.3334.52-63-45-5Won 3
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Monday, April 14, 2008

They both have a wierd twitch

I personally liked Bob Dole. I was on my mission and he was the first President for which I ever voted. I was young and focused on other things during the election but since my Dad was Republican, and I figured I was Republican, I voted for him. I don't regret it but as time has gone on I get a sense that he was much like McCain in that he was a pragmatic conservative.

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Is John McCain Bob Dole?

Or is he Dwight Eisenhower? (Actually, that may depend on whether Barack Obama is Mike Dukakis or John Kennedy.) A handicapping.

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Democrats are turning on each other

I like this headline. The dems are now questioning their own bias media. In another post on the Huffington Post the schrill herself argues that McCain doesn't need to run since Hillary is doing it for him. Pretty interesting to see the an implosion in slow mo.
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Sunday, April 13, 2008

Is little Jimmy getting sick from the zero carbon emitting wind farm?

I guess not all is well on the farm. Are wind mills making people sick? If so I doubt you'll hear it from Project Green.

Read the article here.

Soon the sounds from the blades swooshing through the air and other noise were driving Porter and his family crazy, he said.

“The sound gets in your head like a saw and you can’t get rid of it,” Porter said. “Some people compare it to a train that never arrived.”

I've Got My Wheat, You?

Interesting blog and article from the N.Y. Times about the impending food storage. I for one don't believe the N.Y. Times but I do believe prophets and scripture. If I were you I'd store up.

Here is the article from the N.Y. Times.

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Last year, the food import bill of developing countries rose by 25 percent as food prices rose to levels not seen in a generation. Corn doubled in price over the last two years. Wheat reached its highest price in 28 years. The increases are already sparking unrest from Haiti to Egypt. Many countries have imposed price controls on food or taxes on agricultural exports.

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Barack's Friends

I found this article particularly disturbing. Are we really ready to elect a person with such flimsy credentials and an affinity to the the social elitist, anti-American dregs of society.

Saturday, April 12, 2008

The Terminator gets weak kneed

So even the Terminator feels political pressure. Why am I surprised? Why should anyone be surprised these days at a politician bowing under the political pressure of the Left or even the Right?

Arnold's capitulation brings an eerily dark crystal ball about what it to come for America if John McCain is elected President. McCain is no defender of the conservative principles and will be will bow to any agenda that threatens him. It is no coincidence that McCain and the Govna are friends and have shared views.

Friday, April 11, 2008

Paul proves his unelectability and why I like him.

Hey, I like Ron Paul. I l am a libertarian leaning conservative and believe in non-interventionism. However, I cannot agree that we can keep looking back on the reasons why we went to Iraq and continuously harp on all the fumbles, bumbles and possible falsehoods that lead us into Iraq.

Now, I do like his question at the end on whether the President of U.S.A. has the power to take us into war without Congress first declaring it.

It seems evident that we have lost the balancing power that the Congress offers when it comes to war if the President can take us into any conflict without consent.

Fly Safe!

I want to know what guy is pissed that American Airlines grounded a few planes because they wanted to do a safety check to make sure all the wiring was done right? I mean, really?

Wouldn't you want to know that the plane you were getting on was being checked BEFORE the fact? Really?

Wouldn't you be be delighted to know that the airline company wasn't just taking your money and then putting you on a crazy roller coaster ride without any tracks? Really?

Some flights were canceled to keep you alive! Get over it!

Long live Canadiausmexicopolis

So much for all that talk by the right wing wackos that the U.S. is being overtaken by some secret combination planned by Canada, Mexico and the U.S., a couple of wealthy liberals and a few Muppet's babies.

Blame Canada for ruining all their fun!

Here is an article by a couple of those "blame liberals" rightey's that ruin any legitimate conversation we can have with the American people about why true conservative principles are correct and life changing.

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

The perpetual cry baby

Huck-a-bust just can't get catch a break. He wins Iowa but can't win much of anything else. He spends the next months kissing McCain's back pocket and sharing his hatred of Mitt and now could it be that McCain is going to reward him by appointing Mitt 08' to be his Vice President? Only in heaven could that be possible.

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Too Late

I can't wait to dishonor this man publicly and then just send an apology.
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Democratic Sen. Jay Rockefeller, a Barack Obama supporter, apologized to John McCain Tuesday for suggesting to a West Virginia newspaper that the Arizona senator does not care about “the lives of people” caught in the wars he champions, dating back to his Navy service in Vietnam.

The apology came after Barack Obama’s campaign swiftly criticized the West Virginia senator for the remarks quoted Monday in his hometown newspaper. Rockefeller told The Charleston Gazette that McCain is too far removed from the repercussions of war to deal with them. …

On Tuesday, Rockefeller issued a statement, saying, “I have deep respect for John McCain’s honorable and noble service to our country. I made an inaccurate and wrong analogy and I have extended my sincere apology to him.

“While we differ a great deal on policy issues, I profoundly respect and appreciate his dedication to our country, and I regret my very poor choice of words,” he said.

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Reported from ABC News

In the Charleston Gazette Sunday, Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-WV, who has endorsed Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., said that Sen. John McCain "has a temper" and, according to the story, "believes McCain has become insensitive to many human issues.

"McCain was a fighter pilot, who dropped laser-guided missiles from 35,000 feet. He was long gone when they hit. What happened when they [the missiles] get to the ground? He doesn't know. You have to care about the lives of people. McCain never gets into those issues."

A McCain campaign surrogate, Marine Lt. Col. Orson Swindle (Ret.), said that "Senator Rockefeller's statement is an insult to all the men and women who are serving or have served in America's military. Had Senator Rockefeller served himself, he would appreciate and understand that most who have been to war emerge with a much deeper concern for humanity than they otherwise might. If he knew what he was talking about, he would know that John McCain wasn't dropping laser-guided missiles at 35,000 feet in 1967. Barack Obama has a responsibility to denounce Senator Rockefeller's smear against John McCain's character and military record. The question remains: Does Senator Obama have the courage to stand up and hold himself to the principles of 'new politics' he outlined in his book, "The Audacity of Hope?"

Holla Back Liberman!

I love this guy if only for the reason that in a world of extremes he is so level.

Also, I love the military. I love the honor it brings. I love that in a time when everyone has lost their patience, patriotism and loyalty there are a few proud that honor us with their service.
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Sucka Punch

Why did he go outside and around the building after he heard knocking at the door?

Any chance of vigilantism from the Mormon Mafia? Mount Up!!!

Thursday, April 03, 2008

Finally! Someone gets a little discretion.