Sunday, March 28, 2010

The Question Isn't Would Reagan Be "Reagan Enough", It Is When Will The Republican Party Stop Supporting A Scozzafava Over A Hoffman

There is still way too much whining going on about conservative voters wanting to get candidates that represent their conservative values.
Including such nonsense about Reagan not being "Reagan enough".
In the 1976 Republican primaries Reagan was not "Reagan enough" to beat Gerry Ford for crying out loud. The Gerry Ford that couldn't beat Jimmy Carter. 0bama without the hate America streak.

Stop with the whining about there being too much call for conservative values and get on with giving voters a conservative option to the Democrats Progressive/Socialist.

After buying the bill of goods that was 1994, conservatives all went along with the "Party over principle" idea.
This was done in the 1996 and 1998 and 2000 and 2002 and 2004 elections.
Slowly we all woke up and realized that the Party had left our conservative principles behind. Some of us woke up earlier than others.
In 2006 conservatives did not vote for the lesser of two evils in the percentages that they had in the past five elections; so much less that the Democrats regained control of Congress.
In 2008 the Republican Party still hadn't shown much concern for principles that matched the conservative principles of Republican voters, but some Republican candidates did.
Those candidates were supported.
Now here we are with the 2010 election cycle in full swing and we are being told to keep holding our noses and vote R just so a D doesn't win. (NY-23 anyone? The RNC supported Scozzafava. See Post Title) Hell no.
We already see what we get when we voted Socialist lite from 1996-2004. That wasn't very good.
Many "Republicans" then ask was it better than we got in 2008 ?
Yes, but the elections of 2006 and 2008 would not have resulted in the debacle we are in had the Republican Party stayed true to their constituency. Now, out of power, all the Republicans are crying that we have to stick together and support them.
Where were they when we called for Fiscal Responsibility and Laws that re-established The Congress as the Legislative Branch not The Supreme Court ?!?!?!?
For nearly 37 years the Republican voters of this nation have sought for and end to unlimited, unfettered destruction of pre-born babies. We are still waiting and praying.
If the Republicans do attain power, they will not repeal the monstrosity that is "Health" "Care" "Reform"any quicker.
There is power and control over the people in that law and they will be in power and they will want that power to remain. They were the Party that got the great example of individual liberties The PATRIOT ACT passed. When the Republican Party presents candidates that represent conservative principles conservative voters will vote for them.
The Republican Party can be and is a "big tent".
Scott Brown does not represent the conservative values held by the majority of Utah Republicans but he won election in his own home State of Massachusetts because he represents the values of Massuchusetts Republicans and very many non-Republicans.

That is how Republicans will win elections.

By representing the values of the voters. Before and after elections.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Following A Big Victory They Continue To Defame

As one of the left's remaining broadcasters, Thom Hartmann has decided to outmoron Ed Schultz.

A full eight months after Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC) said that "Health" "Care" "Reform" being shoved down the throats of Americans would be 0bama's "Waterloo" and "it will break him", Thom Hartmann reminds us that there is never going to be enough time elapsed for any white Southerner to escape the past and not be considered a racist.

It has been over 145 years since any white man owned any black slave in South Carolina. Seven generations have passed since that sad time. Yet, clearly and obviously to TH when Sen. DeMint used the verb "to break", he was referring to the breaking of the slave, and that was clear to any and every white South Carolinian racist. (but I repeat myself)

Never mind that less than 50 years have passed since the Democrats stood up as the Party of segregation. Some of whom are still in Congress. They are absolved of all charges of racism due to their recent history of subjugating all people of color to special needs status.

Unfortunately TH does not just go after South Carolinians he also insinuates that Republicans are calling for a return of slave-breaking. Yes the Republicans that selected Lincoln as their candidate in 1860, the guy that we are all told "freed the slaves".

After 145 years these evil Republicans want to go back to the days of slavery - not just slavery, but Black slavery. As Senator DeMint plainly stated.

Mr. Hartmann illustrates a pattern on the left of being incapable of arriving at a conclusion that does not already fit your pre-conceived notions of your enemy.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

More Good News

There are many calling this the most polarized this Republic has been since The War For Southern Independence.

That is what all you government educated sheep call The Civil War.

With that in mind remember these little feel good facts:

During the Civil War, the bureau provided maps annotated with 1860 census data to Union Gen. William T. Sherman, who used them to launch a war not on the Confederacy's army but on its civilian population. The most infamous product of the Census Bureau's assistance was Sherman's march from Atlanta to the sea, a 300-mile swath of looting and destruction that would properly have been labeled a war crime if the Japanese or German armies had done it in World War II.
Not that Sherman lost his table manners: Afterward, he sent a polite note thanking the Census Bureau for its maps and research. ``Without them, I would not have undertaken what was done.'
Not that we are anywhere at all near that event. But, even short of all out war on Americans:
Most notoriously, the Census Bureau was at the heart of the internment of 110,000 Japanese Americans (two-thirds of them U.S. citizens) during World War II -- and not at all reluctantly. Within five days of the attack on Pearl Harbor, the bureau had issued three reports using 1940 census data to pinpoint the Japanese-American population by state, city and county.
Eventually, the bureau's statisticians got directly involved. When a new roundup was planned, Census Bureau employees met with Justice Department agents. They ``would lay out on a table various city blocks where the Japanese lived and they would tell me how many were living in each block,'' recalled Tom Clark, then running the Justice Department's alien-control office and later a Supreme Court justice. After that, it was easy for the U.S. Army to conduct house-to-house sweeps.
And if they missed a few, a Census Bureau official said in a 1942 report recently uncovered by historians, ``I would give them further means of checking individuals.'' That is, names.
So fill out all of the form. Answer all of the questions. There is no reason to be worried about your information ever being used against you.

Just A Little Reminder For All Of The Fair-Tax Fans Of The Insanity Of Keeping The I.R.S. Infrastructure For Their Beloved Prebate

When they impose "the one-child policy" all that will be required is the use of the I.R.S.

With the simple ruse of imposing a tax every single one of our "rights" evaporate.

As we approach the 100th Anniversary of the monstrosity of The 16th Amendment's Income Tax, keep in mind that a large portion of the the fanfare surrounding this 0bama "Health" "Care" "Reform" law is how it took nearly 100 years to get it done.

I can hardly wait to see how the Progressives/Socialists celebrate that anniversary.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Dr. Dan Benishek

The cure for the common dolt.

H/T: Alex Pappas

Funny Thing About Names

Michael Savage has on occasion said that there is a correlation between the spelling and/or sound of your name and the kind of person you are.

Rep. Stupak has achieved his great fame, especially of late, due to his being stupid enough to believe that people have no access to his prior speeches.

What is truly sad is that this was kept so under wraps that he had been awarded a "Defender of Life" by the Susan B. Anthony list. Only his reaction to the awarded being rescinded was sadder as he claimed that "I stood on my principle. I don't need an award." Some principles there Rep. Stupak.

Saturday, March 13, 2010

That Thing That Isn't Really Happening, Yeah It's Still Causing Problems

It has become pretty obvious to very nearly everyone with a body temperature above room and with a brain that Global Warming is not really happening. Even if it is now called Climate Change, there is no evidence that we humans are having any effect on the Changes that the Global Climate is going through.

But, no matter. Climate Change is harming the widdle birdies.

Clearly it is all the fault of us uncaring, evil heat-mongers.


New Medical Guidelines For The Next Generation

If they survive until birth.

Because the Congress is insistent upon taking our money to seek their destruction.

Ghouls. That is what currently is the Democrat Party.

The Party of Annihilation.

To think that calling the Republican Party the Party of No was supposed to be a bad thing. These ghoulish inhabitants of the Party of Death demand that YOU pay for the destruction of your fellow Americans.

Anyone that continues to call themselves a Democrat while this is their raison d'ĂȘtre is deserving of the (God willing) upcoming forced career.

H/T: Chicks on the Right
Flopping Aces
Another Black Conservative

Thursday, March 11, 2010

This Governor Just Keeps Improving

Remember they said he campaigned on nothing.
He has been showing his knowledge of governing and budgets since day one.

Now he goes to a level I thought would never again happen, anywhere.

Did President Reagan even reach this level ?


Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Chivalry, "Feminism" And Mistaken Beliefs Of Well-Meaning Men

Recently I came across a post that was lamenting the supposed death of Chivalry.

Their premise was that since feminism has shown women that all good will by men toward women is condescending. Women must therefore reject all such good will. The fact that we still call the culturally forced objectification of women "feminism" is disconcerting. Only in a backward world that calls night day can this continue. But, that is another several hundred posts.

Seemingly unrelated was an article posted by a truly smart writer, Jonah Goldberg, at Here he poses the theory that feminism got some things right. His premise is very easy to fall into agreement with when he discusses the horrors that are imposed upon women in sub-human cultures dominated by, and evolving from, Islam, Animism and Communism. However, his belief that as women grew more powerful in the culture they made men better is without any support.

In real life terms it was one man that gave the western world a visible belief in the dignity of women.

With the coming of The Christ the dignity of the woman was cemented in western culture.

To all of the Catholic world, which was once all of the western world, all women, each and every woman, is a reflection of Our Lady.

It is from that single important belief of the Dignity of Mary that we in the west developed what is elegantly referred to as Chivalry.

Without the pre-existing knowledge that women are respected there would never have been a "feminism" movement. They would have been ignored or punished, not given all the tools they were, to help drag this culture further into the depths within which we are currently mired.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Larry King: The Greatest Interviewer, EVER

After watching the exceptionally excellent interview with NY Gov. Paterson I wondered if it were possible to be an even more incompetent boob.

Not even a month passed before I got the answer.

Sarah Palin Plays The Deranged Like A Fiddle

She is an artist.
While others talk about doing this, Mrs. Palin has achieved so much success at it she is a marvel to watch.
I can hardly wait for the next concerto.

There Is Absolutely Nothing That Could Go Wrong With This Plan

Some bright light in The United States Senate has that whole immigrant worker taking a job from an American thing all worked out.

Just because companies have been fooled by forged or stolen Social Security numbers is no reason to think that going even further into the depths of government invasion of privacy will not fix everything.

The Conservative's Answer To 0bama's "Health" "Care" "Reform" Plan

I swipe this shamelessly due to it's sheer brilliance.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Not All Conspiracies Are A Group Of Powerful Men Sitting Around A Large Table

More likely than not they aren't conspiracies at all.
Rather they are the separate plans of the like-minded.

Here are three stories about ideas that seem to have been arrived at in completely different circumstances at completely different times. Yet, they all go together in a very cohesive manner.

Striking number of obesity risks hit minority kids
Hidden Healthcare Reform Objective: Feds Want to Know Your Number
Planned Parenthood to Open Largest Abortion Business Soon in Houston, Texas

Like-minded, evil, inhumane, obscene, minds.

Another Bright Spot In The Republican Party

Even if Doug Turner is only half the Governor that Gary Johnson was he is still infinitely better than the mess that ran New Mexico into the ground the last two terms.

Doug Turner for New Mexico

An Expression This Artful Deserves To Be Quoted

Larry Gatlin sitting in on Hannity's "Great, Great American Panel" addressing Sen. Reid "riding in" to save us from a situation he helped to cause.
"It's like the veterinarian and the taxidermist, either way you get your dog back, but you don't get it both ways"

This Is What Passes For Science These Days

The folks over at have a short article on the effects of earthquakes on the balance of earth mass.

Sounds like a good read for a lazy day, yes ?

Until you read it and realize that this is the kind of stuff that AGW types write:
One Earth day is about 24 hours long. Over the course of a year, the length of day normally changes gradually by one millisecond. It increases in the winter, when the Earth rotates more slowly, and decreases in the summer, Gross has said in the past.
Whose winter/summer has such a profound effect on the length of day ? Northern Hemisphere or Southern Hemisphere ?
There is actually a link in that "length of day" stuff that has an even smarter article on how the day is getting longer because humans are polluting the planet.

Another bright spot in the article that defies mathematics, and probably physics, is:

The 9.1 Sumatran earthquake in 2004, which set off a deadly tsunami, should have shortened Earth's days by 6.8 microseconds and shifted its axis by about 2.76 inches (7 cm, or 2.32 milliarcseconds).
8.8 earthquake that struck Chile....1.26 milliseconds.....also found that it should have moved Earth's figure axis by about 3 inches (8 cm or 27 milliarcseconds).

That's right. Moving the Earth's figure axis, it's mass balance, by 12.5% more caused a move of 18,529.4% more.