Sunday, December 13, 2009

A Letter To The Editor...

I read a letter to the editor in another paper the other day where the writer complained that the only purpose being served by the “Climategate” e-mails was to muddy the waters in the ongoing Global-Warming debate.

Wow, I thought the debate was over. I mean that’s what the believers and their idiot hero, Al Gore keep telling us.

Actually, because of these hacked e-mails, we’re finally having that debate whether the doom and gloom crowd like it or not. Funny how that works.

Speaking of all that, I’d like to give a quick, well deserved, “shout out” to Congressman Dennis Moore for being the first (of many) Democrat loser in the 2010 elections. You don’t suppose he’s seen the writing on the wall for his predictable, rubber stamp vote on the “Cap and Tax” Bill, Obama’s trying to shove down our throats, do you?

Oh yeah, one more thing. I really enjoy reading the stories and the comments on CJ Online, but some of you guys take yourselves way to serious. The other day during one of the usual insult, counter insult exchanges, one poster actually put another poster “on notice” for something they’d written. I’m not sure exactly what being “put on notice” was supposed to mean, but it was good for a laugh.

I’d suggest some of you need to step away from your keyboards for a while and enjoy life in the real world. Spend a little time with your family and friends, enjoy the holidays and quit being so jacked out of shape all the time. I’m just saying. Merry Christmas, all.

12 comments:

  1. You're on notice McGinty - Merry Christmas from snowy and cold South Dakota. No global warming here. After the 2nd coolest summer since 1950, we have a 20 degrees below average start to Winter, and that is DAMN cold!! Oops, don't publish this since it goes against the heated faith.

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  2. Back atch ya, Hawk... Hope all is well with you and yours.

    And you're right, 20 below is DAMN cold. But you gotta remember, the believers have warned us that global warming will lead to global cooling.

    That way they've covered all their bases. LMAO!!!

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  3. One great thing the internet has done is make thousands of people incredibly fit. Since its inception, there have been many people develop into 6-8 260LB cage fighting champions and all of them are ready to show just how tough they are on the internet. You've got to love the anonymous internet bad ass.

    Merry Christmas from all of us here in Shawnee. We'll be venturing up to yonder winterland in South Dakota. I actually don't mind the frigid temps so much as long as the sun shines of and on for a few days. Oh yeah, and the car starts in the morning.

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!

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  4. You're right about the internet thugs, Shawnee. Some of them crack me up.

    And you guys be careful on your trip to the frozen north. Be sure to say hi to your mom and dad for me.

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  5. Oh, the scientists are laughing at that boy over in Denmark. "There is a 75% chance that the north pole will be ice free in 5-7 years." That's not a scientific statement. That's poor prophecy. Reminds me of Benny Hinn saying, "I'm prophesying . . . that Castro will die in the nineties." I've heard the tape of him saying it. And I'm not going to forget these wonderful prophecies of Algore.

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  6. Nor will I, Fred. Just a couple weeks ago he told us the temperature of the earth's core was several million degrees.

    What's worse than a dumbass like Algore?
    A dumbass who believes him... LMAO!!!

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  7. The sun, maybe. Even the sun is only about 5,000 C on the surface. Gore's such a dum-phuk. (Sorry to write dum-phuk on your blog.) I could write so much about the Earth's core. But it's pointless. Hell, one of Saturn's moons has a hot enough core to support life just under the surface. Big deal!

    Even the liberal guys in our Senate don't buy this crap. If they did, we would have ratified the Kyoto treaty. In the '90's the Senate pre-empted Kyoto in a resolution by a vote of 98-1 forbidding Clinton to sign any such treaty. Obama will not become a signatory to any treaty on global warming. The Senate, liberals and all, will throw it back at him. Sorry to praise liberals on your blog. Not really praising them. Just praising good sense.

    Hang in there, my brother!

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  8. They just agreed to a meaningless agreement in Crapenhagen. They know that the economies of their countries could not withstand a heavy handed micro management of energy use so fondly desired by the far left. In the U.S. we need to hold out until next November. I expect the voters to fix the problem by reducing to the far left majorities in Congress to a manageable level and eliminating them in 2012 while also making the Obama Administration "One and Done".

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  9. Fred, you can say whatever it is that's on your mind, even if it is dum-phuk. And you can even peaise liberals here if that's what you want to do.

    That's exactly what I want this blog to be. A place where we can all speak our minds and not have to apologize for doing so.

    And, Hawk, I too expect the voters to correct this disaster. I truly believe enough American's now realize just how bad things have gotten and we're finally pissed off enough to take a stand.

    About damned time if you ask me...

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  10. I hope you and Hawk are right. I like the fact that Boehner is starting to appear more on the news. I wish he could nationalize the House elections like Newt did in '94. Even trimming the majority down would help a lot.

    And I love the way you rattled the regulars on CJOnline, too.

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  11. You're exactly right, Fred. If this country's going to resemble anything like the one we grew up in, we have to trim the left-wing loons manopoly on power.

    Even if we can't regain the House or the Senate, we have to take enough seats away from to make a difference. And I believe we'll do just that next November, which can't come soon enough for me.

    To tell you the truth though, a hell of a lot of the Republicans aren't any better either. Just look at the crap they were doing when they had it all.

    I'm more inclined to go along with those so called, redneck, hillbilly, Tea Baggers. And that's where people like Sarah Palin come into play. I know, you've sworn her off because of the way she handled the David Letterman thing. I still believe you over-reacted about the whole thing. But hey, that's just me.

    Whether you support her or not, she's a force to be reckoned with.

    Personally, I don't care whether someone puts a D or an R beside their name, we just need leaders who will look out for this country instead of what's best for themselves and their political buddies.

    American's were fed up with Bush and the Republicans in general. They fell for the lies, Obama was promising and gave him a shot. It amazes me that they act surprised to find out just how far to the left he really is.

    Oh yeah,the nut-jobs on Cjonline. It's kinda like shooting fish in a barrel. Those idiots are so predictable. Even with the gutted letter they finally published, they still got their panties all up in a knot, LOL.

    I kinda had it out with Ric Anderson over the whole editing thing. I'm thinking about starting my own blog on their site so I can have free reign over my own words. Might be fun. But it just might be a nightmare too. We'll see...

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  12. You will probably get a good following anywhere you write in the Topeka area. People know you and get a charge out of fighting with you or cheering for you. Go for it.

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