Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Return Of The Tea Parties

These Tea Parties have exploded all over the country, and yet the majority of the MSM, who covered every anti-war protest over the past 8 years, are ignoring them. Why are these protests any less important?

Tea Parties map
h/t: RightWingSparkle

Now playing: George Thorogood - American Made
via FoxyTunes
Monday, March 30, 2009

Government Control

Is anyone else at all concerned at the increased roll the government is taking in American businesses? The CEO of GM essentially being forced out by the Obama administration. This is the type of stuff that's happening in Venezuela. How long before the government just starts taking over these industries?

And here are some very disturbing numbers from recent Rasmussen polls. 61% of Americans think the government should regulate pay and bonuses to executives if their company has taken government bailouts, or as they're now known, purchase bids.
Rasmussen Poll

30% of Americans think the government should have a say in how much actors and athletes are payed.
Rasmussen Poll

14% of Americans think people who earn $1m or more a year should have a tax rate of 90%.
Rasmussen Poll

Why are these numbers disturbing? Because they show that many Americans support a more powerful, omnipresent government with increasing say in how our daily lives should be run. This is some scary shit. How far are these people willing to go and how much are they willing to let go of just so they can have a since of stability in their lives?
Saturday, March 28, 2009

Human Achievement Hour

How did you celebrate Human Achievement Hour? For my part, I had two tv's running, some lamps and my computer. All great achievements in human ingenuity.
Thursday, March 26, 2009


They have just screwed up "The Three Stooges". One of the most intolerant hatemongers in Hollywood as Larry, "Che" Guevara as Moe and Jim Carrey as Curly? I think I'm going to be sick.
Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Wednesday Hero

This Weeks Post Was Suggested By Elena

Chief Master Sergeant Paul Wesley Airey
Chief Master Sergeant Paul Wesley Airey
U.S. Air Force

"Chief Airey was an Airman’s Airman and one of the true pioneers for our service," said Gen. Norton Schwartz, Air Force Chief of Staff. "He was a warrior, an innovator… and a leader with vision well ahead of his time. His legacy lives today in the truly professional enlisted force we have serving our nation… and for that we owe him a debt of gratitude."

Chief Airey was born in Quincy, Mass., on December 13, 1923. At age eighteen, shortly after the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December, 7, 1941, Airey quit high school to enlist in the Army Air Forces on November 16, 1942. He later earned his high school equivalency certificate through off-duty study. During World War II he flew as a B-24 radio operator and additional duty aerial gunner. On his 28th mission, then-Technical Sergeant Airey and his fellow crewmen were shot down over Vienna, Austria, captured, and held prisoner by the German air force from July 1944 to May 1945. During his time as a prisoner of war he worked tirelessly to meet the basic needs of fellow prisoners, even through a 90-day forced march.

Chief Airey held the top enlisted from April 3, 1967 to July 31, 1969. During his tenure he worked to change loan establishments charging exorbitant rates outside the air base gates and to improve low retention during the Vietnam Conflict. Chief Airey also led a team that laid the foundation for the Weighted Airman Promotion System, a system that has stood the test of time and which is still in use today. He also advocated for an Air Force-level Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy. His vision became reality when the academy opened in 1973, becoming the capstone in the development of Air Force Senior NCOs. Chief Airey retired August 1, 1970. He continued advocating for Airmen’s rights by serving on the boards of numerous Air Force and enlisted professional military organizations throughout the years. He was a member of the Board of Trustees for the Airmen Memorial Museum, a member of the Air Force Memorial Foundation and the Air University Foundation.

On the north wall of the Air Force Memorial in Washington D.C., Chief Airey’s thoughts on Airmen are immortalized, "When I think of the enlisted force, I see dedication, determination, loyalty and valor." The Air Force Association honored Airey with its Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007.

Chief Airey passed away on March 11, 2009 at his home in Panama City, Florida

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

The Obama Youth

1 : proceeding from the will or from one's own choice or consent
2 : unconstrained by interference : self-determining
3 : done by design or intention : intentional
4 : of, relating to, subject to, or regulated by the will
5 : having power of free choice
6 : provided or supported by voluntary action
7 : acting or done of one's own free will without valuable consideration or legal obligation
The House passed a bill yesterday which includes disturbing language indicating young people will be forced to undertake mandatory national service programs as fears about President Barack Obama’s promised "civilian national security force" intensify.
Doesn't forcing someone to do something actually defeat the purpose of volunteering? This asshole we have in the White House is tearing this country apart.
h/t: Master Of None
Sunday, March 22, 2009

Government Intelligence

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Taxing Those AIG Bonuses

Sounds like an awesome idea, right. Considering the government has thumped their collective chests and made them the fall guy in all of this while taking no blame themselves. Just too bad it's unconstitutional for them to do so. Article 1, Section 9, Paragraph 3 states No bill of attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed. And if I understand correctly, what that means is the government can't come in and take what you have because they don't like you what you're doing without a trial. Which is what they're trying to do with these bonuses. There are two other clauses in the Constitution, but Judge Napolitano didn't say what they were in the interview he did. I've been looking for maybe an article or something that may have done but so far I haven't found one.

For eight years we had people screaming that Bush was violating the Constitution. Now we have the shoe on the other foot, and where are they? Where are the ACLU? Isn't this their domain? You add this to Dems calling for the "Fairness" Doctrine and the White House seizing control of the 2010 census and bringing in ACORN to help and we should be afraid boys and girls. Be very afraid.
Friday, March 20, 2009

They're Only Words

George Bush in 2005 - You're doing a heckuva job, Brownie

Barack Obama on Jay Leno - Geithner is doing an outstanding job

Obama vs. His Brain

Teleprompter Of The United StatesPresident Puppet went on Jay Leno last night to have his ass kissed and try to get his poll numbers up. While there he tried his hand at a joke that didn't go over so well. He compared a recent bowling score to the "Special Olympics, or something." I guess this is what happens when he doesn't have his trusty teleprompter by his side.

Now, I'm not usually one for conspiracy theories but the where the MSM rips apart Bush/Republicans and is protecting Obama seems to be a pretty solid one. Can you imagine had Ann Coulter did this joke? The fires of Hell would have erupted from your television screens and newspapers with pundits screaming for her head with Olbermann leading the charge. But will we hear him tonight? I'm guessing not. I mean, it's kind of hard to talk when your head is shoved up Pres. Puppets ass. And speaking of the MSM protecting him, has anyone seen the video of his St. Paddy's day teleprompter screw up? No, no one has. But you know damn well had it been Bush there would be 100 different remixes on YouTube already.
Thursday, March 19, 2009

Wise Sage Of The Day

"Democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts and murders itself. There was never a democracy that did not commit suicide."
John Adams

Judas Priest & Barack Obama

Was Judas Priest singing about Barack Obama back on their 1980 smash album British Steel in the song Breaking The Law?

There I was completely wasted
Out of work and down
All inside it's so frustrating
As I drift from town to town
Feel as though nobody cares
If I live or die...

So much for the golden future
I can't even start
I've had every promise broken
And there's anger in my heart

President Puppet

A laughing Mr Obama returned to the podium to take over but it seems the script had finally been switched and the US president ended up thanking himself for inviting everyone to the party.
Mr Obama is an accomplished orator...
Yeah, and now we know why. He's a puppet who needs lines fed to him. Idiot.

The Debtstar

h/t Master Of None
Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Wednesday Hero

This Weeks Post Was Suggested By Kathi

Kevin Baker
Kevin Baker
U.S. Navy

Kevin George Baker, a disabled Navy veteran, had been riding his hand-propelled bicycle from his hometown through Washington, D.C. and Gettysburg, Pennsylvania to Marseilles, Illinois to support a new flag designed to honor fallen members of the military. His trip began at his home on Saturday, March 7 and sadly ended on March 13 when he passed away in his sleep. Baker, who is unable to use his legs due to a neurological impairment, was flying the Honor and Remember Flag from his bike and encouraged people along the way to sign a petition urging Congress to adopt the flag as a new national symbol by passing HR Bill 1034.

You can read the rest of Baker's story here

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Targeted By The Government

Read Master Of None's plight with the IRS.

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley suggested that AIG executives should take a Japanese approach toward accepting responsibility for the collapse of the insurance giant by resigning or killing themselves.
I suggest, you know, obviously, maybe they ought to be removed," Grassley said. "But I would suggest the first thing that would make me feel a little bit better toward them if they'd follow the Japanese example and come before the American people and take that deep bow and say, I'm sorry, and then either do one of two things: resign or go commit suicide.
Going by his standards, if AIG execs should resign or commit Seppuku because of the way their spending OUR tax dollars then so should most of Congress. Including Sen. Grassley himself.

So, Sir, here is your Tanto. Get to work.
Monday, March 16, 2009

Random Thoughts 26

You run and you run, to catch up with the sun, but it's sinking.
Shorter of breath, and one day closer to death

Obama fancies himself the second coming of Lincoln? More like Carter

Jack Black is an idiot

Hey, FSC. There are more teams out there than Man Ure

Did you know that electronic companies purposely release inferior products so we have to replace them every couple of years?

Just because it's eatable doesn't mean is should be eaten

I, believe, in miracles
I believe in a better world for me and you

"Damn your red hide, woman"

Why do stores have 20 different checkout areas when only 2-3 actually have someone manning them?

World Cup 2010. USA, USA, USA to get past the first round this time


I hate acronyms. In this internet age we've become so damn lazy that we can't even spell out words anymore? WTF?

Don't leave false illusions behind
Don't cry I ain't changing my mind
So find another fool like before
Cos I ain't gonna live anymore believing
Some of the lies while all of the sign are deceiving

Music in the 80's ruled while music in the 90's sucked. A bunch of whiny little bitches

I wish I were brave enough to shave or dye my hair

We all know the neo-Nazi RIAA has deemed downloading music from the internet a crime, but what about sending songs through snail mail?

MP3 Is Not A Crime

The trailer park is the White man's ghetto

Why doesn't Netflix automatically give you the bonus DVD with a movie you rent?

Turn off my robotic brain, all my thoughts are the same

The videos for Herbie Hancock's Rockit and Genesis's Land Of Confusion freaked me out as a kid. Matter of fact, they still kinda do. And I still can't watch Michael Jackson's Thriller video

Remember when 1.44mb disks were big enough to hold what you needed them to hold? Now we need at least a 2gb flash drive

Rob Halford may have the best voice in music
Yet a wave of energy companies has in the last few months announced plans to move to Switzerland -- mainly for its appeal as a low-tax corporate domicile that looks relatively likely to stay out of reach of Barack Obama's tax-seeking administration
Gee, who would have seen this coming? These ungrateful corporate pigs. Don't they know that overtaxing them is good for state?
No wonder it's so cold outside today. Hell has frozen over. I actually agree with a move Obama is considering.
President Obama weighed in Wednesday on the escalating drug war on the U.S.-Mexico border, saying that he was looking at possibly deploying National Guard troops to contain the violence but ruled out any immediate military move.
If you've been following the few news stories the media has done on Mexico, or the great reporting Glenn Beck has done, then you know it's a war zone down there and the situation has gone much further than Pablo crossing over for a better job. The drug cartels essentially run that country and it's spilling over here. There are people along the Mexican side of the border who are armed just as well as our military. The border guards and Minute Men can't fight that.
Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Wednesday Hero

Spc. Brian K. Baker
Spc. Brian K. Baker
27 years old from West Seneca, New York
2nd Battalion, 14th Infantry Regiment, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry)
November 07, 2004
U.S. Army

Near his hometown, the flag flew at half-staff outside the East Concord Volunteer Fire Department, where Baker had been a junior firefighter. He joined the Army shortly after graduating from Springville-Griffith Institute in 1996 with the goal of making it his career, friends said.

"You might say it was his calling," said Lori Ploetz, a longtime family friend. "He was great at what he did. He was respected by his peers." Spc. Brian Baker was killed when a vehicle-borne IED detonated near his security patrol in Baghdad.

Spc. Baker leaves behind his parents, his wife, Amy, and two daughters who were born after his death.

All Information Was Found On And Copied From MilitaryCity.com

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
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Sunday, March 8, 2009

WHB Members

For the past two weeks I've tried to send the post out but neither Yahoo or Gmail will do it. Gmail sents some out, but not many and Yahoo won't let me send any out because of "suspicious activity" on my account. Whatever that is. If you're not getting the post you can just check the main page on Tuesday to get a copy.
Friday, March 6, 2009

Taxpayer Funded Infantcide

Reversing an eight-year-old limit on potentially life-saving science, President Barack Obama plans to lift restrictions Monday on taxpayer-funded research using embryonic stem cells. There have been no proven benefits from using embryonic stem cells, but there have been from using adult stem cells. Still befuddles me why the Left are so stuck on them. So now, thanks to our Great Leader, not only do I have to pay for furnishing the HQ of Homeland Security and broadband for rural areas, when I can't even get it for myself, but now I have to pay for something that I find abhorrently immoral and objectionable. Did you know that, thanks to Obama, American taxpayers now help pay for forced abortions in China, amongst other places, through the United Nations Population Fund? Population Fund. That just sounds like something the Nazi's would have come up with. God Bless Obama's America.
Thursday, March 5, 2009

Wise Sage Of The Day

"Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again, this time more intelligently"
Henry Ford

Tax Day Tea Party

People are pissed that the government is screwing us over and over again so they're getting together to discuss and protest it. It's the very basis this country was founded on.

"No taxation without representation". They're taxing the shit out of us, but do you think they're representing us? Hell no. The only thing these corrupt bastards in Washington are representing are their own interests and bank accounts. If Obama's own cabinet don't have to pay their taxes, why do we?
Tax Day Tea Party
Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Wednesday Hero

Sgt. Stephen Howell
Sgt. Stephen Howell

Sgt. Stephen Howell, U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band percussionist, races a student at Palisades Elementary School in Pearl City, Hawaii during an 11-event circuit course Feb. 20. More than 20 Marines assisted local park volunteers with manning the different events.

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

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Tuesday, March 3, 2009

5 Years? I Think Not

A couple of years ago I replaced all my light bulbs with those CFL jobs. Not because they're eco friendly, but because they're supposed to save you money on your energy bill and last five years. Well, I've yet to see any savings and I just had one go out on me after only two years. Which, no matter how you look at it, is awesome. I haven't had to buy light bulbs for two years, but if they say five it should last five.