Wednesday, November 4, 2009

You Gotta Be Kidding Me...

Man, I'm having a really hard time trying to figure what to write about this week. It's not that there's nothing going on. It's more like how do you just focus on one thing at a time. So I've decided to touch on several things, if for no other reason than to get it all off my chest. Bear with me.

I was reading an article in USA Today a little while ago about the new "electric" cars Obama and his enviromental extremists are pushing for. The article talked about the benifits to the enviroment by getting thousands of planet killing, co2 spewing, gas powered vehicles off the road.

That's all good and fine with me, I guess. If you don't mind paying up to $90,000 for one, you don't mind traveling along at a 45 m.p.h., don't have to carry much more than a grocery bag with you, and you don't need to travel more than 40 miles before you have to re-charge it. Other than all that, it's a pretty good deal.

Well there is one little thing they seem to have forgotten about. They've forgotten about how much more electricity will be required to run these little pieces of crap they're trying to shove down our throats and we all know how much they hate elecrticity.

The UN in all their infinite wisdom told us a couple of weeks ago that we only had 50days left to save the world from global warming. Here's the way I see it, guys. That was about 20 days ago. So now we only have 30 days left, hell we won't even make to Christmas. Why bother. Live it up, man and party like hell...

You guys ready for some good, old-fashioned, Government run, health-care? Just look at the stories around the country about the shortages of the H1N1 vacinations we're facing. They can't even get this one thing right and they want us to believe they can take over the entire thing. You gotta be kidding me!

Oh yeah, the elections last night. Don't you believe for one minute that conservatisim in America is dead. Conservatives spoke in one, loud, crystal clear voice and kicked the Democrats out on their asses.

Obama tried his best to put a positive spin on things though. He even issued a statement that he wasn't even paying attention as the results were coming in. I gotta be honest, I had one of those "Joe Wilson" moments and called him a "LIAR."

Here's the deal, Obama. You've shoved way too much down our throats in 2009. Come 2010, we're going to shove it right back up your ass, and mark my word, last night was just the beginning.

5 comments:

  1. Seriously, we are likely to have, not only a cooler winter, but a cooler globe for the next few years. Why? Not because of anything we do or do not. It's that big orange ball in the sky that makes up over 98% of the entire mass of solar system. It has its own weather cycles. Sunspot activity is entering a normal cycle that will reduce its heating of the Earth by a small amount. Scientists are well aware of this. The national democratic party are desperate to get something into law before the voters find out about it. They're losing. The clock is running down. I'm going to laugh my ass off.

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  2. Correct, fredwrite. The Obama GHG bill would, however, fulfill a long time dream of the far left to micro manage the economy through high energy prices and the inevitable energy rationing that would accompany this micro management. The 2010 elections can make sure this doesn't happen if we can just prevent them from doing it to us before the voters speak next November.

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  3. You're exactly right, Fred. It just floors me when I get into arguments with these idiots. It's like they refuse to even entertain the idea that that big orange ball in the sky could be even remotely responsible for anything going on.

    They've become so brainwashed they can't even see through their own bullshit. And they'll never accept the fact that they've been had.

    And thanks for stopping by, Hawk. I really believe the results of Tuesday's elections will cause, at least some politicians to think twice about going forward with this insanity.

    Will it be enough to stop it? I don't know, all we can do is to keep speaking out and holding them accountable until we can kick their butts out on their asses in 2010...

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  4. I'm so impressed, Kevin. Not only did you guess what region of Kansas my novel is set, but you pinpointed the exact town! Thou wouldst make a fine English lit scholar.

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  5. When are people going to realize? Healthcare, cap and tax or the stimulus bill are all about power, power that they will use to destroy the middle class and this great country. We the people have to take our government back and remind them that they work for us.

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