Saturday, January 5, 2013

Dismantling America... Do you have the patience?

Most Americans are completely oblivious to whats going on around them...especially what their own government is doing to destroy every aspect of that once idealistic concept known as American exceptionalism. ~ Norman E. Hooben

The danger to America is not Barack Obama but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the presidency. It will be easier to limit and undo the follies of an Obama presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to an electorate willing to have such a man for their president.
The problem is much deeper and far more serious than Mr. Obama, who is a mere symptom of what ails us. Blaming the prince of the fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools that made him their prince. The republic can survive a Barack Obama. It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools such as those who made him their president.”
~ Author Unknown

Friday, January 4, 2013

Just a few things to think about today...

Three questions that will destroy the liberal argument.

Compared to what?  At what cost?  What hard evidence do you have?


↓...and the one thing Liberals love most about Republicans↓
The most arrogant statement to ever come out of the White House.

"and WE will"
Who the hell died and made you king?
You arrogant SOB!  No wonder Bill Clinton loves you!

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Pony ride anyone?

Now this is a dog race!!! ↓     ↓     ↓     ↓     ↓     ↓     ↓     ↓     ↓     ↓ 

Obama and the 'M' word...Are they mirror images?

"Despite the collapse of Communism, there are morons who still believe that the system is viable..."

2013 And 1.5 Billion Souls Still Imprisoned Behind the Crescent Curtain
by Bernie @ Planck's Constant

Happy New Year to all my readers. I would like to wish all of you a prosperous New Year but with the economic genius Obama still in the White House we are looking at more unemployment and more taxes and more businesses going bankrupt.
We Are The World Part 2
from Green Opinion
But this idiot will not always be President and so one day we will have the chance to overturn all his disastrous economic policies.
However, there are still more than 1.5 billion Muslims in the world and we have not instituted any policies to liberate these poor souls from their delusion.
I have traveled to more than a few dozen countries throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Asia and have met many Communists who actually believe Communism is a good thing but was implemented badly in the last century. They cannot face the truth that Communism is an evil, vile ideology that does not exalt man but denigrates him; further, they ascribe any evils committed by fellow Communists as done by outliers, people who are distorting the ideals of Communism.

Collage by Norman E. Hooben
Likewise there are Muslims who cannot face the the truth that Islam is an evil, vile ideology that does not exalt man but denigrates him; further, they ascribe any evils committed by fellow Muslims as done by outliers, people who are distorting the ideals of Islam.
Despite the collapse of Communism, there are morons who still believe that the system is viable and should be emulated. Our President is one such moron. Likewise our President believes that Islam is a noble religion and that Muslims have contributed great things to our nation.
We need to ostracize every country that has a Muslim majority. Stop giving them aid, stop doing business with them. The best defense against a spreading contagion is quarantine. We unwisely kept Communism alive by sending them tons of food whenever their crops failed under Soviet Central Planning, as they always must. Had we quarantined them decades earlier, Communism would have collapsed decades earlier.

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Religion and Politics by George excellent lecture even Liberals should understand

As an on again, off again follower of George Will I thought that this lecture was right on.  I just happened upon this recent speech while scanning the TV channels for something worthwhile.  Some years ago (before blogs where invented) I used to read Will's commentary in  one of the magazines that I no longer subscribe to (and that's why I can't remember the title) where he exhibited his skill at transcribing much of what we think into understandable text.  Whereas his ideology mirrors my own I still find it difficult to understand why most liberals fail to recognize where they have gone astray when such writers (and in this case, speakers) as George Will clearly summarizes...and with rational thought, the principles on which this nation was founded.   Someone once wanted to argue with me about the separation of church and state when I simply explained that there is nothing in the United States Constitution that says we must separate the two and that our Founding Fathers instituted this country upon the principles of the prevailing religions of the colonies; mainly Christian but generally described as Judeo-Christian based on the shared commonality of the Old Testament.  It is those principles that held us together for all the years since Jamestown and Plymouth, through the revolution, and up to the present.  We, as a nation, are clearly on the decline for the lack of those original principles especially among those we vote into postions of authority.  There's hardly a soul in the entire three branches of government that currently have any of the Judeo-Christian principles that will ensure our continuity for the next hundred years. And if Barack Husein Obama is allowed to finish his second term in the White House it will not only be a sin to go against your principles, it will be against the law!  ~  Norman E. Hooben

PS:  In the video below, George Will starts about 8:15 so feel free to move the slider if you're not interested in the intro.

Intro from CSPAN
St. Louis, MO
Tuesday, December 4, 2012

George Will
Renowned journalist and author George Will speaks before an audience at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, on the role of religion in U.S. politics.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist speaks at the university’s Graham Chapel, giving the keynote address on religious beliefs of some of America’s founders and presidents.
In a speech titled “Religion and Politics in the First Modern Nation,” Will's remarks ranged from the preamble to the Declaration of Independence to the government as an evolving principle. He continues to argue that government should grant leaders the required powers they need to properly benefit the changing nation.
Introductory remarks were made by former Senator (R-MO) and U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. John Danforth.

Bonus Video... Do you want to see something really disturbing? ...look here