Michael Reagan and me on the USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76)

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

NOBAMA! NOBAMA! NOBAMA! NOBAMA!

Barack Obama doesn't belong anywhere NEAR the white house!

That being said, I personally am not a democrat. HOWEVER, after watching Hillary's speech at the DNC, if i were a democrat, i would be angry as hell that Hillary was not the democratic nominee. Hillary supporters have every right to be pissed off. She made a speech that was a million times more presidential than anything that substance-less fraud Obama could ever give, even on his best day.


Its time for everyone to stand up and let everyone know that you do not AND NEVER WILL support Barack Obama for president.



The next couple of months are going to be intense! Let everyone know exactly where you stand!

Why Michelle Obama should not be the First Lady

In a round about way She's running for first lady of the United States of America. She has also campaigned for Barack all over the country. When you do that, you open the door for people to respond. And Guess what that is what I am about to do.

Barack was asked at the Saddleback Church Forum to name the three people that would most influence his decisions as president. He named his wife (whose hospitial routine kicks out poor blacks that can't pay their bills), his grandmother (who he has refered to as a racist) and Ted Kennedy (the town drunk / ultimate Washington insider).

SO ... Michelle is going to be influencing the ... *cough(B_LLSH_T) cough* President of the United States, I can absolutely talk about and criticize her.


She NOW claims to love her country. Well, She sure has a funny way of expressing that love then. Let's review a few of blessed wife Michelle's greatest "love America" hits:

"For the first time in my adult life, I'm proud of my country" (Speech in Milwaukee, Wisconsin February 18th, 2008)

"But we've learned a lot this year, we've learned that when the bar is set sometimes it moves on you…right when you get there…it MOVES! And the irony of it is that's what's been happening to most Americans.
" (Speech in Providence, Rhode Island, clarifying her "proud for first time", remarks)

"In America in 2008, life is not good: we're a divided country, we're a country that is "just downright mean," we are "guided by fear," we're a nation of cynics, sloths, and complacents.
" (March 10th New Yorker)

"Don't go into corporate America.
" (Speech at daycare in Zanesville, Ohio)

"Barack will never allow you to go back to your lives as usual" (Speech in February, 2008)

"Barack knows that we are going to have to make sacrifices, that we are going to have to change our conversation, we're gonna have to change our traditions, our history, we're gonna have to move into a different place as a nation.
" (Campaign speech in Puerto Rico)

2008 DNC Night Day One = Waste of Time

Is ita surprise that the party that makes a living wasting tax money would waste the first night of their own pep rally.

Democratic Strategist James Carville told CNN that his party is off track and making the same the same mistakes they made at the 2004 convention. (Einstein is credited with having offered this definition of insanity, “Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”)

Carville said. "Maybe we are going to look better Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. But right now, we're playing hide the message."

Carville also said the party needs to do a better job of communicating its message to the American people. “If this party has a message it's done a hell of a job hiding it tonight, I promise you that," he said.

The DuNCe has only shown me one thing so far. The Dims are not united at all and that is the only possible result from trying to be all things to all people.

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Biden thinks "Obama's not ready to be President"





During Joe Biden’s failed 2008 run at the Presidency he said of Obama lack of leadership experience that "the White House is no place to learn on the job."








Ironic, no? Given that Obama has one of the thinnest resumes of any serious contender for the White House?

And what could Biden’s defense on this possibly be? That it’s ok now because he’s on the ticket too?

That’s not likely to convince many people. Thank you Obama for picking a VP that supports McCain for President.

"Go Joe" and thanks for your support of Mc Cain and your hours of sound bites that will haunt Obama for yet another ill fated choice for his "Hype and Chance" Campaign.

Ive been reading a lot of news stories that say that Joe Biden will help Obama's chances of becoming president because of his "experience." But whats funny to me is, the guy is 65 years old, only a few years younger than John McCain. So let me get this right: When it comes to McCain, he's "old". And when it comes to Biden, he's "experienced".


The hypocrisy of these people make me sick!

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Black hurricanes and stupid democrats

I checked this on Snopes, it's true and it is so stupid it's funny!

Black hurricanes....Well, it appears our African-American friends have found yet something else to be pissed about.

A black democrat congresswoman (this would be Sheila Jackson Lee, of Houston ), reportedly complained that the names of hurricanes are all Caucasian sounding names. She would prefer some names that reflect African-American culture such as Chamiqua, Tanisha, Woeisha, Shaqueal, and Jamal. I am NOT making this up!

She would also like the weather reports to be broadcast in 'language' that street people can understand because one of the problems that happened in New Orleans was, that black people couldn't understand the seriousness of the situation, due to the racially biased language of the weather report.

I guess if the weather person says that the winds are going to blow at 140+ MPH, thats too hard to understand.

I can hear it now: A weatherman in New Orleans says...Wazzup, mutha-fukkas! Hehr-i-cane Chamiqua be headin' fo' yo ass like Leroy on a crotch rocket! Bitch be a category fo'! So, turn off dem chitlins, grab yo' chirren, leave yo crib, and head fo' de nearest FEMA office fo yo FREE s__t!

Monday, August 18, 2008

Saddleback Civil Forum (My Observations)

Pastor Rick Warren hosted presidential candidates Barack Hussein Obama and John McCain during a two-hour Saddleback Civil Forum held at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, Calif. Pastor Warren asked Obama questions during the first hour, and a session with McCain followed. Below are my observations about questions both candidates had opportunities to address.

Obama offered long-winded answers where he tried to be all things to all people and not offend anybody. McCain showed his true grit with succinct responses followed by anecdotes as time permitted thus allowing to public to see exactly where they stood on the issues and let the chips fall where they may.

This was Obama's first high-profile public appearance after his week long Hawaiian vacation. He appeared first and though apparently in good spirits and rested, Obama was curiously listless, uninspiring. I found Obama's quite simply boring with his legalistic, impersonal responses to deeply personal, profound – and fair – questions from Pastor Rick Warren. McCain, in contrast, was crisp, funny, relaxed, focused, and seemingly genuine. At 71, McCain's energy onstage easily eclipsed the sleepy, Ben Stienish professorial manner of Obama.

McCain was specific and personal in discussing ideas and himself; Obama droned on in stutter- filled generalized, boilerplate banalities that shed no light on the nature of the man speaking. McCain could barely wait for Warren to finish his questions before pouncing and demonstrating an ease in wrapping his mind around any topic; Obama stuttered haltingly, like a drunken buffoon through his hour proving he is is totally lost without a teleprompter. Obama's detachment making him appear more like a merely below-average law professor.

A clear moral center and a clear set of governing principles seemed to emerge organically from McCain, whereas I got the sense that Obama is more comfortable with spirituality and morality as an abstract, intellectual zone where there is no wrong or right, merely a variety of interesting arguments.

When asked what faith in Jesus means to him Obama said something that fascinated me (something many might have missed). After describing himself as a Christian and outlining his beliefs, he said his “…sins, hopefully, will be washed away.” Most Bible-believing Christians, myself included, would say our “…sins are washed away.” Obama bunted this softball question. McCain hit a home run when asked the same thing, McCain replied, "Means I'm saved and forgiven. Our faith encompasses not just America but the world."

McCain got teary-eyed while discussing an experience with a guard during his experience as a prisoner of war in Vietnam. The guard, McCain said, drew a cross in the sand while he was praying on Christmas Day. "For a minute there, we were just two Christians worshipping together."

When it came to describing a gut-wrenching decision in his life, Obama lied and described the process via which he arrived at his vote against going to war in Iraq. I guess he thought few people would catch the fact that he was not in the US Senate when the war started. Conversely, McCain described a decision made while incarcerated as a prisoner of war in Vietnam where he passed up the chance for early release as a POW and stuck to the Code of Conduct.

The topic of abortion produced answers that said a lot about the candidates. After Obama described his faith journey, he claimed he was pro-choice. And when asked a question about abortion (i.e., “At what point does a baby get human rights?”), he said, “Answering that question with specifics is above my pay-grade,” before going on to describe how he favors reducing the number of abortions. When asked whether he had ever voted to reduce abortions, his dance around the question equated to saying, “No.”

Conversely, McCain answered the baby human rights question in one word — “Conception!” — before going on to say he would be a staunch pro-life president.

Both candidates defined marriage as a union between a man and a woman. Obama opposed a Constitutional amendment to protect traditional marriage. McCain said he would only push for such an amendment if states rights on the matter were threatened (i.e., a federal court holds Massachusetts law up as a standard other states must follow).

Both candidates answered the stem cell debate question in opposition to my evangelical conservative viewpoint, but hid behind “This is a tough issue” and “This is a terrible dilemma” rhetoric.

When asked if evil exists and, if so, what should we do about it, Obama answered like a politician. McCain said, “Defeat it!” and then went on to pledge how he would find Osama bin Laden if it meant following him to the gates of hell. He also identified the elephants in the room — Radical Islamic extremists and Al-Qaeda — that Obama ignored.

Asked which Supreme Court justice he would not have nominated as president, Obama said he would not have nominated Justice Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court of the United States. He explained that he did not think Thomas was a strong enough legal thinker. He also added that he didn’t agree with Justices Antonin Scalia and John Roberts, though the latter was “compelling, smart and thoughtful.”

McCain answered the same question in a more-succinct manner, naming Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, David Souter and John Paul Stevens as four he would not have nominated.

Questions about whether faith-based organizations should qualify for federal funding if they didn’t hire staff per guidelines of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Obama expressed worry about discrimination occurring. McCain highlighted the work of faith-based organizations in post-Katrina New Orleans as being more productive than government agencies and said he believed they should received federal funding.

In general, both candidates seemed to express support for merit pay for teachers. But McCain won this one. Obama said he would set up a merit pay system and involve teachers in the process. (That way he didn't upset the teacher's unions). McCain said we should find bad teachers another line of work and asked, “What kind of opportunity is it if we send (kids) to a failing school?”

Asked to define “rich,” Obama put a dollar amount — $150,000 — on it. (If $150,000 is Rich , then, I must be upper middle class. So why can't I afford a house? Obama means returning to the days of Jimmy Carter.) McCain reminded me of my hero Ronald Reagan when he said it’s not for him to define what being rich is. It’s up to him to NOT raise taxes and offer tax breaks.

Questions about the United States’ role in the world generated similar Washington, D.C. answers. McCain was able to say we should safeguard freedom with a sense of purpose Obama did not offer that kind of vow citing personal experience of having lived without freedom during a season of his life.

The only thing in the candidates’ answers to questions about ending genocide and religious persecution that struck me as noteworthy was one of Obama's major gaffs. That gaff being: When asked by host Pastor Rick Warren about whether he would ever commit American troops to stop a genocide without the approval of the United Nations, Obama said yes--and cited Bosnia as an example in which America acted alone.

Er... wrong!

By the time the United States intervened in the conflict in the former Yugoslavia, the United Nations Protection Force (UNPROFOR)--established by UN Security Council Resolution 743--had been involved (rather dismally) for three years.

In 1994 and again in 1995, the UN Security council authorized the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to intervene--and the U.S., working within NATO, did so. The UN effectively transferred its authority to NATO via the multinational military implementation force (IFOR) in Security Council Resolution 1031.

Some might consider this a minor mistake, but it underlines Obama's ignorance about history--even recent history, during a time when he had already begun his public political career. And it is increasingly relevant as Russian aggression continues against Georgia.

The next time Obama falsely claims that McCain once confused Sunni and Shia in Iraq (he didn't), perhaps he should be reminded of this glaring factual error.

Also Noetwworthy was McCain’s answer to Pastor Warren’s question about helping orphans around the world. Using few words, he described his wife Cindy’s trip to Bangladesh nearly two decades ago and how she returned with a baby girl, now 17, who they adopted as their own.

On the question of why each candidate wanted to be president, one (Obama) said, in essence, he wanted to stand up for the little guy and show that anything is possible in America. McCain said he wanted to inspire younger generations.

The Jeremiah Wright Award for Audacity goes to Senator Barack Obama who claimed credit for passing campaign finance reform legislation in Washington. When Warren asked, "Can you give an example of where you went against party loyalty and maybe even went against your own best interest for the good of America."

If Senator Barack Hussein Obama was a honest man he would have had to said something along the lines of "I plead the 5th" or "No, I have never went against party loyality. Please note my straight down party lines voting record of 2007." Or at least refer to all those time he mearly voted "present" as a Illinois State Senator to keep from rocking the boat.

But Barack Hussein Obama is not an honest man so he had to lie. His lie was: "WELL, I'LL GIVE YOU AN EXAMPLE THAT IN FACT I WORKED WITH JOHN MCCAIN ON AND THAT WAS THE ISSUE OF CAMPAIGN ETHICS REFORM AND FINANCE REFORM."

Tisk ... Tisk ... Tisk. Mr Obama you lie once again. You must be banking on the public to not remember that McCain's major finance reform bill became law in 2002, more than two years before you showed up in the Senate.

And, of course, Obama then rejected federal financing for his campaign, breaking his promise to adhere to the system and trashing the very reforms he is now trying to take moral and political credit for.

I, for one, was very inspired by McCain. Not at all by Obama. McCain kicked poor old Barry's big eared butt in this forum.

Before I was mearly going to vote AGAINST Obama.

Now I am voting FOR McCain and am sending money to his campaign.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Obama's Experience and Qualifications (More like the lack there of)

The Issue:
Obama's Experience and Qualifications

What The LIberal Whiners Say:

1.'Barack Obama will bring UNITY to our country to finally get things done!'

2.'Yeah well, Obama is a Washington outsider, which is exactly what we need right now'

3.'Barack Obama is one of the great communicators of our time, he's a brilliant speaker who can fire up a crowd'

4.'He'll bring change, and anything is better than Bush, right?'

Your Winning, Logical, Reasoned, Argument:
1. Really? Can you name even ONE instance where Barack Obama worked in a united way with Republicans on ANY issue? His positions are so far to the left, there's no way he could reach out to anyone but extreme left wing liberals. He's never shown the least bit of interest working with members on the other side of the isle. On the other hand, John McCain has "reached across the isle" numerous times...McCain-Feingold, McCain-Kennedy, McCain-Lieberman to name just a few. If your really want UNITY or bi-partisanship, John McCain is definitely your man.


2. Unfortunately, Obama has spent SO much time outside Washington, that we have absolutely no idea what he would do once he was inside. He was a "community organizer in Chicago, an Illinois state legislator, and a U.S. Senator since 2005. From that to President of the United States? Asked what Barack had accomplished to recommend him for the job, I was told recently that Barack Obama had "organized the Black people." Hmm. First, I hadn't realized the Black people were DISorganized? There's nothing worse than an entire minority group running around helter skelter, is there? So, thank you for that, Barack. That must have been during the "community organizer" days? But when pressed to name specifics on a legitimate accomplishment, Obama supporters are stumped. Even staunch Obama supporter, Texas state senator Kirk Watson, when asked by Chris Matthews on national television this past February 19th, to name just one thing Obama has ever accomplished, Watson couldn't come up with a single thing. Not one. This was of course, before Chris Matthews felt the "thrill going up his leg" for Obama, and pledged him his troth.


3. Adolph Hitler could fire up a crowd too. I'm not comparing the two, I'm just saying that's not necessarily the best recommendation for president. I went to a Barry Manilow concert with my ex-wife once, he had the crowd (well, the WOMEN in it, anyway) pretty fired up. As for Obama's communication skills, I still like the fact that he communicated to us that we have 57 states, plus one he hasn't visited yet, plus Alaska and Hawaii...for a total of 60? Had he not communicated that information, I'd be under the mistaken impression we still had just the 50 states. Also the priceless tire inflation communication, just might save our nation, as well as the planet.


4. Uh, wrong. Karl Marx wouldn't be better than Bush. Neither would Vladimir Lenin. Let's not forget his quote from the front page of the Wall Street Journal a few months ago: "Globalization and technology and automation all weaken the position of workers," he said, and a strong government hand is needed to assure that wealth is distributed more equitably. Equitable distribution of wealth talk should frighten to the core all American citizens who love life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The one big bill to Barack Obama's credit right now is another of his proposals to redistribute wealth. It's called the World Poverty Act. If passed into law, it would take $845 billion from U.S. taxpayers, and redistribute that money to other nations through the UN.
Sound good? If so, we'll see you in the cheese lines Comrade!

Friday, August 1, 2008

Obama the post turtle

I have decided that the phrase that best describes Barrack Hussein Obama is "post turtle"

If you are not familiar with the term, I'll explain what a I mean by a "post turtle".

Say you're driving down an old country road and you come across a fence post with a turtle balanced on top, that's a 'post
turtle'.'

Obama is a true post turtle because You know he didn't get up there by himself, he doesn't belong up there, he doesn't know what to do while he is up there, and you just wonder what kind of a dumb ass put him up there.

Well, that just about sums it up!