Saturday, February 27, 2010
Friday, February 26, 2010
Good for him....now hold your party to the fire since you are a party guy FIRST instead of purely be a true and pure conservative in principle til death...AND THAT IS WHY IMO damn Bennett helped make Beck's point for him...especially when he damn used McCain in his argument vs Beck.
And i'm not even trying to even call a match in a pi**ing contest at all. I will concede to anyone that listens that Dr. Bennett is obviously correct that its a very very delicate thing maybe even a slippery slope when talking about inward war and that allows the progressive DEMS to maybe put the final nail in the coffin of our Republic but at some point hopefully BEFORE we get the damn pitchforks and realllllllllly massage that 2nd amendment right in the direction of Washington wouldn't you think it would be time for the maybe LITERAL moral stand of ALL-TIME?
Just a thought cause I gotta say its there with the Global bow-tie we are now in and the fiscal demise we have floundered within (i think it was a C&P coating with a splash of Van Jones and a dash of Jones & Rev. Wright).
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Now the "Too BIG to fail" Disney rescuers today have been grilling the American HEAD & the (I believe)grandson of the founder of Toyota to literally rip them a new one in that fine "NO GREATER WASTE OF TIME POSSIBLY n the HISTORY OF MAN" fashion.
I can't imagine anyone not typing this quicker than me short of the progressive and/or free market hating clowns simply because we get the best of the WORST worlds (WHERE THE HELL IS VAN HALEN? I CAN SO PUT TOGETHER A EDDIE VAN HALEN WORTHY "BEST OF THE WORST WORLDS" CHORUS IN PLUS OR MINUS 5 MINUTES).
You got "Too big to Fail" and my personal Big Gov. Holocaust the Slippery Slope.
Yes ladies and gentleman we are running a Kmart Blue Light special today. If you choose to ring up 1 horrible, already proven each & every single time to end in disaster like that damn FRIDAY THE 13TH SERIES a death sentence ideology BECAUSE YOU STILL CAN'T GET PAST "you and your ilk" know better and are all the little peoples only chance. Well in a happy redistribution of pathetic, You get the closest past historical fustercluck of a marxist/socialist/communist type ideological time period for a penny (LET A DAMN CAPITALIST POINT OUT THAT THE FACT IS ITS STILL 1 PENNY MORE THAN THE BUY ONE OR THE GET ONE...AND DAMN SURE A PENNY MORE THAN THE PERSON COLLECTING THIS FINE & SEXY SOCIALIST BOUNTY! MAN SUX TO BE US HUH.
OK, I have finally managed to channel out the spirit of that nasty ol emporer from The Dark Crystal (didn't he work with little people?) so to get back on point....
When you read this it doesn't help what any freedom loving, constitution respecting US Republic citizen WILL get as a preconceived notion BUT still its so obvious and pathetic it simply must be discussed yet again.
I mean we had O'Reilly, Beck, etc back in the day obviously & literally going off the deepend with our goverment getting into the business of business.
NOW here we are they own chunks of GM& Chrysler....and we have a genuine issue with Toyota........HUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM. THAT IS WHY YOU DON'T PUT YOURSELF IN A DAMN POSITION TO EVEN HAVE IMPROPRIETY SUGGESTED!!! As most that ever will read this know I most likely will die of old age before I will ever be able to say I trust the government...I am waiting day by day to hear how Capitolism is failing and the free market when in fact the good lord might need to write a second bible because I surely wasn't alive the last time Capitalism was able to work its own magic with the free market.
C'MON. and please read article its great.
FBI Raids 3 Local Toyota Suppliers
Last Update: 7:46 pm
FBI Raids 3 Auto Suppliers
(WXYZ) - The FBI is confirming raids at the offices of three Michigan auto suppliers who do work for Toyota.
Search warrants were served Tuesday evening at Yazaki North America, DENSO International and Tokai Rika. Yazaki sells electronic components and DENSO makes accelerator pedals.
Law enforcement sources say the raids are part of an ongoing anti-trust investigation of the companies. They say this is not a criminal investigation and not related to the current acceleration problems. Department of Justice spokesperson Gina Talamona said "The Antitrust Division is investigating the possibility of anti-competitive cartel conduct of automotive electronic components suppliers. We are coordinating with the European Commission and other foreign competition authorities."
DENSO has released the following statement:
"DENSO International America, Inc. (DIAM), U.S. subsidiary of DENSO Corporation, was inspected on February 23, 2010 by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Department of Justice in regard to U.S. antitrust laws. DIAM is cooperating with this investigation."
Yazaki also issued a statement:
Federal authorities issued search warrants to Yazaki Corp., including Yazaki North America, on February 23. As part of the investigation, government officials visited Yazaki North America’s Canton, Michigan headquarters and Lexington, KY and Columbus, OH facilities.
Yazaki is fully cooperating with authorities. At this point, we are not in a position to disclose any additional information as we have not been informed of the details of the investigation.
Yazaki is committed to servicing their customers and this investigation will not impact the level of service that we continue to supply to our customers.
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
February 23, 2010 07:37 AM EST by John Stossel
Entitled to a Job
Left-wing politicians often point to other countries as models for the US. But what happens in those countries is a reason I worry about the expanding role of government in the US. Last week, a Australian government committee used a new law called the “Fair Work Act” to force a company to re-hire an employee -- even though it found the worker engaged in "relatively serious misconduct."
Why did the company have to hire him back? The bureaucrats were at least up-front about it, as The Australian reports:
[If the employee, Mr. Quinlivan] had not been a middle-aged man with very poor employment prospects for whom the dismissal has such serious personal and economic consequences… I would not have concluded that the dismissal was harsh," vice-president Michael Lawler found…He said Mr Quinlivan should have been warned rather than sacked. He ordered his reinstatement and that he be paid $16,000.
How kind of the government bureaucrats, helping poor Mr. Quinlivan with other peoples’ money.
Ironically, violating government rules was a reason the company wanted to fire him in the first place.
During a shutdown at Norske Skog Paper Mills in Albury last September, Paul Quinlivan and a colleague were cleaning out a tank that captured staples from recycled pulp, when he repeatedly removed his safety glasses and was told four times by a manager to put them back on.
... his repeated failure to wear the safety glasses and his disdainful and abusive response to management amounted to serious misconduct.
The company could be fined millions of dollars if Quinlivan got hurt on the job while not wearing safety glasses.
Damned if you do, damned if you don’t. No wonder Australian companies are reluctant to hire new employees. As the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry puts it:
"It makes it very difficult for employers to try and work their way through this maze of what seem to be competing obligations contained in different pieces of legislation.
Big government puts all of us in the maze.
I can only say yet again that THERE IS HOPE....this is yet more proof. God knows we can't have too much of this proof on a daily basis but my goodness the next thing you know I will be reading an article saying that all little leaguers will actually have to win their damn league before they get a trophy!
See yet another excellent bit of news from Mr. Stossel below!!
Providence, RI School Supt. Frances Gallo says she did not have a choice. Federal law requires that states identify their lowest-performing 5 percent of schools and fix them. Gallo came up with a plan: teachers would receive additional training and take part in afterschool sessions, for which they'd be paid $30 an hour.
Gallo also asked teachers to do a few things for no additional pay, like spending an extra 25 minutes in school. I'd think dedicated teachers in struggling schools would be willling to spend a little more time with their students. But these teachers are in a union. Their reaction?
Union officials said they wanted to be paid for more of the duties and wanted to receive a higher pay rate –– $90 per hour.
So Gallo, unlike most officials who just cave in to public sector union demands because a) it's not their money and b) it's easier to give in, took a novel approach. She fired the lot of them.
Gallo mailed letters Thursday afternoon to every teacher at Central Falls High School informing them that she is recommending their termination at the end of the current school year.
Wow. Gallo is a good role model for students.
The school board votes on Gallo's recommendation today. I wonder if its members will show the same backbone Gallo demonstrated. Stay tuned.
Read more: http://stossel.blogs.foxbusiness.com/2010/02/23/a-real-role-model/#ixzz0gPd26RTR
Monday, February 22, 2010
Think about this:
2. The Constitution
3. The Ten Commandments
I vote that we give all the illegal aliens a cow everytime
they come across the border and here is why:
Is it just me, or does anyone else find it amazing
that during the mad cow epidemic our government could track
a single cow, born in Canada almost three years ago, right
to the stall where she slept in the state of Washington ?
And, they tracked her calves to their stalls. But they are
unable to locate 11 million illegal aliens wandering around
our country. Maybe we should give each of them a cow.
They keep talking about drafting a Constitution for
Iraq .... Why don't we just give them ours? It was
written by a lot of really smart guys, it has worked for
over 200 years, and we're not using it anymore.
THE 10 COMMANDMENTS
The real reason that we can't have the Ten
Commandments posted in a courthouse or Congress is this --
you cannot post 'Thou Shalt Not Steal', 'Thou
Shalt Not Commit Adultery' and 'Thou Shall Not
Lie' in a building full of lawyers, judges and
politicians. I mean come on people think about it.
It creates a hostile work environment.
Sunday, February 21, 2010
Saturday, February 20, 2010
Friday, February 19, 2010
I will keep this diatribe short but just to reaffirm what I went off on a few days ago....PAY ATTENTION to what your kids learn in school, IF you think they aren't being glazed over in BS you are wrong...don't blame it all on the dam PS3 & the WII. In no more years than we are talking about it we have honest to god die hard Conservative Republicans that bleed what i bleed, AND HAVE BEEN ELECTED TO PUBLIC OFFICE, that would literally stare at me clueless with the question i posed earlier....You have to pick one - Are we a democracy or a republic?
AND I SAY AGAIN for anyone that reads it or wants to argue there is NO argument on the question just one more representation of what happens when one group gets total hold of all the things that a society winds up turning to for both its entertainment & education (and most other things too).... They have Hollywood, DC at various times of course, and most importantly to aid the indoctrination, the damn NEA & College professors and all things learning....pathetic.
I mean my god give me a MF'n break. This is all about $ and i doubt that trailer park whore in Bluff City would have a lawyer if the guy working at Waste Management decided to dump her?
IF YOU DON'T THINK THIS IS YET AGAIN PART OF THE CORE ISSUES THAT HAVE WENT SOUTH IN THE GREAT REPUBLIC (YES NOT A DAMN DEMOCRACY) YOU ARE SADLY MISTAKEN IMO.
I still am flat out stunned. WTF, and now i see the bitches lawyer on Hannity pleading her case for a damn public apology.
And did i freakin mention the chick is a damn porn star......should he also apologize that he pepee wasn't big enough?
where in the flippy fluck does it damn end people?
I mean seriously, does this pass the smell test for anyone?
I hope to god not.
And I just lost something for Hannity for even giving that sorry Lawyer @#$@#$@!#$@ the time of day and a platform, wtf?
I'm no libertarian but you of all people are sitting here screaming for more damn government control and site your experience of taking red yeast for high cholesterol because you went to the doc and he said you had high cholesterol and later someone told you take red yeast and you did and your next check up your damn liver is ready to explode....and YOU WANT A LABEL ON THE DAMN BOTTLE SAYING MAY MAKE LIVER EXPLODE.... you of all people should know - give me a break - the only person at fault here is you. You blindly take something that a person (i didn't hear if you mentioned who it was so i am going to say you didn't) matter of factly says will help you and later it wound up hurting you and BY GOD NOW ITS TIME FOR FEDERAL MANDATES.....HAVENT we got to the damn point that we know much like any mandate (be it Social Security and income tax just to name a couple small ones)once they get their claws into it this will go on until Christ comes back and if anything will only get worse. There is a reason that people continually talk about the slippery slope. My god if anyone that reads this with a brain and doesn't already know the history of our social security program and our income tax then for gods sake go read it and come back and whine to me after that!
I am speechless!
heard o'reilly talking tonight about 2000 pages and what and why and candidates and this that n other.
You have done a great job on soros and think tanks etc but they almost got on it all........the people that wrote this dam bill........................
The people that wrote this bill were not elected and won't be sent out of office. they are in the think tanks and all that bs with soros and their ilk.
That is the biggest part of the problem in my opinion. that is why the people can change but you notice all the policies and bills still tend in majority....hence your democrat and dem. light seem to all lean one way...............
we neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed way more info on who rights this shit.
Cause Einstein couldn't deal with all this and meanwhile a month later you got 2000 pages of lawyer speak that will literally transform this country forever.
Who is the dam puppet master and who are the literal and law-based genious that writes it.......gotta be the think tank crap.
gotta be. who writes all bills that come through congress?
i want to hear about that crap.
i say that is where all this is on both sides.
I am currently dealing with religious issues so i will just say currently i have the ability to hate and i hate all of washington all of it.
If it fell of the map....assuming all the real heroes involved in the military /cia etc that did the right thing i wouldn't care.
now i say again IF YOU HAVENT we need to concentrate on who writes all these dam 3000000000 page bills..............the dam senators don't do it.
And as you see this shit came from thbe Washington Times which are a friggin' joke.
We are being investigated and therefore money spent (If you don't know please take note and if you do please pass along since WE HOUSE THE DAM UN in New York as well as last time I looked we US citizens pay about 65% or more of their total budget) because the United Nations says we are have a homeless problem and its not being handled properly...............
Now folks plz nobody wants to see a homeless person so keep that in mind that is a normal desire. Read the article. More total bullshit socialism and with this being the UN if they were really worried about dealing with legitimate homeless issues it wouldn't have this moron ARCHITECT messing around in the USA where she has no right to be. Just another one to make blood shoot out of your eyes.
YOU CAN'T MAKE THIS S**T UP!
EDITORIAL: The U.N. housing police sent to the continental US to investigate our housing problem in relation to those less fortunate (ENTER YOUR FAVORITE DAM DISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH PHRASE RIGHT HERE)
The United Nations is fretting that the United States might be violating human rights by not providing adequate housing. To get to the bottom of the issue, the U.N. Human Rights Council has dispatched Brazilian architect and urban planner Raquel Rolnik, the Special Rapporteur on Adequate Housing, to our shores. We apologize for being unwelcoming hosts, but she should go back from whence she came.
Miss Rolnik's bureaucratic pity might be better targeted at her native Brazil, where 28.9 percent of the urban population lives in slums, according to the UN-HABITAT Global Urban Indicators database. Or China, where the rate is 32.8 percent. Or Kenya at 54.8 percent, Mozambique at 79.5 percent, or Sierra Leone, where 97 percent of people in cities are slum dwellers.
But instead, the U.N. is expending its limited time and resources on the United States, where the homeless population is a fraction of a percent, three-quarters of people below the poverty line live in homes with two or more bedrooms, and median square feet of living space per person in poverty is 91 percent of the national median, according to the 2007 American Housing Survey. This is not what you would call a human-rights nightmare.
Miss Rolnik's mission fits well with the Obama administration's objective to have government intrude on every aspect of American life. She promotes "really thinking out of the box" about housing, particularly by moving away from the American dream of individual homeownership and toward more collective solutions, including "rent schemes, subsidized rent schemes, with public housing, with other types of community development housing, and other types of schemes. And of course, putting more priority on that in the government agenda and take that as a responsibility of the state."
She believes that the Obama administration should "face the basis, original basis, of the financial crisis," which in her opinion is "the failure of housing policies to address the issue of housing, and the radical shift from taking housing as a social issue into housing as a commodity and a financial asset, opening ground to sub-prime, and the whole thing in terms of predatory lending that came after that." Miss Rolnik might want to glance over a July 2009 report by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform titled "The Role of Government Affordable Housing Policy in Creating the Global Financial Crisis of 2008." This study found that government intervention in the marketplace to provide "affordable housing" played a significant role in creating the economic meltdown.
According to the House study, the government-backed corporations Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac "privatized their profits but socialized their risks, creating powerful incentives for them to act recklessly and exposing taxpayers to tremendous losses." The government promoted dangerous lending policies that encouraged lower down payments, looser underwriting standards and higher leverage." This malformed system created false incentives that produced "a nexus of vested interests - politicians, lenders and lobbyists - who profited from the 'affordable' housing market and acted to kill reforms." In the long run, the government-imposed systemic contradictions were too much to bear, and "the ultimate effect was to create a mortgage tsunami that wrought devastation on the American people and economy."
Miss Rolnik began her mission last week with a town-hall meeting with the homeless and housing-rights activists in New York City, and she will hold similar meetings in Chicago, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Washington, the Pine Ridge Indian reservation and Wilkes-Barre, Pa. She will report her findings to the U.N. General Assembly in March 2010. Miss Rolnik can be expected to deliver the same old tired socialistic rhetoric about public ownership and collective responsibility, sprinkled liberally with uncorroborated anecdotes and horror stories collected from her town meetings with radical pressure groups.
"I see this mission as an opportunity to open a dialogue, to open a movement, towards the achievement and implementation of the right to adequate housing," she said in explaining her investigation of America. "We know very well that changes will come only if people organize." Miss Rolnik is assuming the role of a global community organizer, with the U.N. acting as the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) on steroids. This is part of a gradual encroachment on American sovereignty. The United Nations should not be in the business of organizing radical American interest groups to stir up trouble within our borders.
The United Nations should stay out of U.S. domestic politics. The international body's prescription for evermore government is not the cure-all this country needs. The U.S. government played a major role in causing the housing crisis; it will not provide the solution.
PLEASE disregard my rant below and still go to the story below..........
Check this out imagine that. I'm not even going to get into Alaska and nuclear energy and the cap and trade joke. And some people were offended when Rush said he is more afraid of what this administration (really its just the freakin progressives and that movement in general) will do to America for the long term than Taliban????REALLY??? He didn't even say what he really wanted to trust me i have to believe because I would take that and multiply it by about a dam thousand.
DOES ANYBODY REMEMBER ALL THE SCREAMING WHEN, AT THAT TIME CAUSE WE WERE GOING TO FLORIDA ON VACATION...ALAS KELLY WASN'T ONE OF THOSE JOBS SAVED OR CREATED SO IT MAY BE THE LAST VACATION.....do you remember what you were saying when gas was 4.50 to 8$ a gallon just because of a mother freaking hurricane? Are you kidding me? Well it was drill baby drill then and of course it all dropped in $ and it everything slacked off and with the ungodly lot of American changing garbage being shoved down our throat it just hasn't been brought back up with the same fervor. HEY BUT AT LEAST I'M NOT F'N BITTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
China Buying Oil Leases Off American Shore?
November 5th, 2009 | Author: Bruce McQuain
That’s the word from Mark Tapscott at the Washington Examiner:
Gas prices here in the U.S. are creeping back up towards the $3-per-gallon mark even as news breaks today that China’s state-owned energy firm just closed a deal to buy interests in four development leases on the American Outer Continental Shelf (OTS) in the Gulf of Mexico.
The deal, which requires approval of the U.S. government, is between Norway’s Statoil and China National Off-Shore Oil Corporation (CNOOC). This is the same CNOOC that would have bought Unocal four years ago for $18.5 billion but for pressure from Congress, according to The New York Times, quoting an energy industry trade publication.
Because it must be approved by the U.S. government, the Statoil/CNOOC deal puts President Obama and Ken Salazar, his Secretary of the Department of the Interior, which controls OTS leasing, in a difficult position.
Really? Why does it put the government in a “difficult position”? Oh, you mean the apparent willingness to sell these leases to foreign entities vs. opening them up to domestic American exploration?
The deal also focuses renewed attention on Salazar’s slow-walking of a new plan for approving energy exploration and development in the OTS, which includes approximately 1.7 billion acres, and, according to Interior, holds up to 86 billion barrels of recoverable oil and more than 400 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.
The administration is moving much too slowly to open more of the OTS to development for domestic U.S. uses, according to Jack Gerard, president of the American Petroleum Institute …
But it apparently isn’t moving too slowly to open up the OTS to foreign competitors.
In the meantime:
If the administration approves the deal, it will be more vulnerable to charges that the White House is being careless with U.S. national security issues in the energy sector, and that it is putting the interests of a foreign power before those of U.S. energy consumers.
If Obama and Salazar reject the deal, it will likely complicate relations with China, the emerging Asian superpower that defense experts predict will be able at will to challenge U.S. legitimate national security interests around the globe in the near future.
Oil isn’t going away anytime soon and its use is critical during any transition to alternate energy sources (which, for the most part are vaporware). Additionally, the charge that the Obama administration is playing fast and loose with US national security will resonate if the public becomes aware that domestic producers have been barred from OTC production but foreign producers are given access.
So the dilemma facing the administration is one of its own ideological making. Its “slow walking” of the plan for domestic producers to explore the OTC is a decision it made to thwart the desires of a majority of the nation to secure those assets for the US’s use. And now it’s going to hand them over to China?
That will not play well in at all in middle America.
Cat declawing now a crime in San Francisco
Examiner Staff Writer
November 4, 2009
For the couch: Some pet owners have their cats declawed to prevent damage to household items. (AP File Photo)
SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco has become the first major city in the nation to outlaw the declawing of cats.
Some pet owners declaw their felines to protect themselves, or their furniture, from scratches. But pet advocates condemn the practice as animal cruelty.
On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors voted 9-2 to enact a ban on the declawing of cats. Supervisors Sean Elsbernd and Michela Alioto-Pier voted against the legislation.
“It is well-documented and well-understood from a medical prospective that [declawing] is torture. It is a form of animal cruelty,” said Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi, who introduced the legislation.
Other California cities are considering adopting similar bans. The Los Angeles City Council is expected to vote on whether to enact a ban by the end of the year. West Hollywood banned declawing in 2003. Santa Monica, Beverly Hills and Berkeley are considering similar ordinances. Declawing is illegal in 20 countries, including most of Europe, Brazil, Japan and Israel.
The California Veterinary Medical Association opposed the legislation. The group said declawing should be left up to veterinarians and not politicians.
“I don’t support the board making those types of medical decisions,” Alioto-Pier told The Examiner after the meeting. “It seems misplaced. I think that the doctors and the vets should be making those decisions. And if it’s a bigger issue than that then the state of California should be outlawing that.”
Violators of the ban, such as anyone who declaws a cat or a pet owner who approves of a declawing, could face up to six months in jail or a fine of up to $1,000.
Many cities have decided to consider such a ban because a state law was recently adopted that would prohibit cities from enacting the bans after Jan. 1
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Demands of Kidnapper & CHINESENegotiators
'I have 3 demands or I'll kill the boy!'
Negotiators assess the situation from next door.
Head Negotiator dispatched
They probably spent $0.35 cents.
- In our country, we would shut the street down for 48 hours.
- Take 12 hours to talk him out of it.
- Spend $5 million giving him a fair trial.
- And pay his food and lodging for life.
No wonder their products are cheaper than ours!!