Archive for October, 2010


October 27, 2010

The following tidbits showed up in the news in one day.  ONE DAY!  There’s still 6 days until the elections.  I have been searching for Republican fraud, even in the liberal media.  Thus far I haven’t found any.  Even Ed Schultz on MSNBC can’t find any or he’d be all over it.

I will keep checking, though.

A George Soros-funded organization, aided by Texas U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, a Democrat, apparently is trying to chase volunteer observers from precinct polling locations across Harris County, Texas, after the watchers found election judges and clerks allegedly voting for citizens who were undecided.

A trio of Bucks County residents backed by the county Republican committee say they have evidence linking Democratic Congressman Patrick Murphy’s campaign to a scheme to flood the county voter registration office with fraudulent applications for absentee ballots.

In a petition filed Tuesday, county Republicans say the name of Murphy’s campaign manager appeared on a Bristol post office box where voters were urged in a series of letters paid for by the state Democratic Committee to send absentee ballot applications.

Nevada voting machines automatically checking Harry Reid’s name; voting machine technicians are SEIU members

In North Carolina, a voter says he had attempted to vote straight Republican party lines in all races at the polls last Thursday.  He reported that 4 times (even with assistance) when an electronic voting machine completed his straight-party ticket for the Republican’s, his choices showed up as Democrat.

Wisconsin, Illinois and New York sent military absentee ballots out to our fighting forces oversees too late to be returned and counted for this election.  This is the same thing Florida did in the 2000 election.  The military generally votes about 2 to 1 in favor of Republicans.

Any question how or why Saddam Hussein won election after election with 80%-98% of the free, open and Democratic vote?  What about Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Cesar Chavez Fidel or Raul Castro?  Is this really what you want for America?  This kind of crap causes me to question why anybody would vote for a Democrat?

Ooh, ooh, maybe it’s Bush’s fault!


October 26, 2010

Dear President Obama,

In 15 of Last 25 Months, Treasury Needed to Borrow Money to Pay Social Security Benefits.

From Wednesday, October 20, 2010  By Chris Johnson:  “Because the overall federal budget was in deficit during this entire period, the surplus revenues Social Security earned in the remaining 10 months of the last 25 was used during those months to pay ongoing general government expenses and was not saved to pay future Social Security benefits.”

I call it credit card spending.  Credit card spending is when you don’t have the money to buy what you want now so you borrow the money intending to pay it back a little at a time with horrendous interest, or with no thought in mind to repay it at all.

We have been aware for years that the day would come when the Social Security system would fail but none of the elite, in either party, would do anything about it.  Instead, they looked the other way and headed for Bloomingdale’s with a plastic card in hand.  BTW, we paid the bill, with interest, on that blooming card.

“Let me be clear”, the government cannot spend our way out of debt!  The more you spend the more debt you accumulate.  It’s economics.  It’s not rocket science.  Certainly you took a math course in your quest for a law degree.  If our public schools taught anything other than “Making Love to Your Fellow Gym Student” and “Kill a Baby, Save a Tree”, we might have an electorate capable of seeing that $2-$7 = need to quit spending.  But progressives have kept the populace dumb and ignorant.

Also, “Let me be perfectly clear”, government jobs do not contribute to recovery or prosperity of a nation; they create an additional burden on that nation which destroys the prospects for recovery and prosperity.

“Mr. President, no matter how many times you try to explain a pile of crap, it is still crap.

I’m reminded of a story I heard many moons ago.  Three young boys were walking down the street when they came across something on the sidewalk.

The first boy stared at it for a while and said, “It looks like dog crap.”

The second boy bent down and sniffed it.  “It smells like dog crap”, he said.

Boy number three got on one knee, swiped a finger through the gooey brown pile then lifted the finger to his tongue.  He gagged and said, “It tastes like dog crap, too.  Aren’t you glad we didn’t step in it?”

Mr. President, We the People are tired of being marched through your crap (pork laden Stimulus packages that stagnate employment and prosperity rather than stimulate the economy, health care that will cost more and care less, taxes rising on everything purchased, energy costs that “will necessarily skyrocket”) under threat of IRS audits and home foreclosures!


October 26, 2010

Nevada Voters Complain Of Problems At Polls

Clark County Insists Election Fraud-Free

POSTED: 9:49 pm PDT October 25, 2010

UPDATED: 8:54 am PDT October 26, 2010

LAS VEGASSome voters in Boulder City complained on Monday that their ballot had been cast before they went to the polls, raising questions about Clark County’s electronic voting machines.

Voter Joyce Ferrara said when they went to vote for Republican Sharron Angle, her Democratic opponent, Sen. Harry Reid’s name was already checked.

Ferrara said she wasn’t alone in her voting experience. She said her husband and several others voting at the same time all had the same thing happen.

“Something’s not right,” Ferrara said. “One person that’s a fluke. Two, that’s strange. But several within a five minute period of time — that’s wrong.

“Clark County Registrar of Voters Larry Lomax said there is no voter fraud, although the issues do come up because the touch-screens are sensitive. For that reason, a person may not want to have their fingers linger too long on the screen after they make a selection at any time.
“Especially in a community with elderly citizens (they have) difficulty in (casting their) ballot,” Lomax said. “Team leaders said there were complaints (and the) race filled in.

“At any time, voters can go back on the screen and review their selections. They are also allowed to make changes and encouraged to double-check their ballot on screen and on paper before it is cast.

Lomax said voters need to have faith in the system.

“This election, I think, more than ever,” he said. “The two sides are very fractured and each side is suspicious and we’re caught in the middle.”

How is it that every time there is something amiss at the polls it’s always in favor of the Democrats?



October 22, 2010

I’ve really been having a hard time identifying what is, what isn’t, and what should be over the past few years.  Everything seems to be upside down or at best sideways.  Life in the United States today is BIZARRO!

In the last election cycle, there were reports of two New Black Panther party members, one threateningly wielding a night stick standing in front of a polling place.  One voter claims he was told, “A black man is going to win this election no matter what” by one of the New Black Panther members.  This incident took place in a racially mixed area of Philadelphia, PA known for racial and gang violence.

That was only one of many voter intimidation complaints across the country in 2008.  Other accusations were against union workers making loud divisive comments in precincts where there is traditionally a high Democrat population.  The comments were primarily directed to whites and other persons appearing to be of middle and upper income socio-economic status.

The Obama Justice Department, under the orders of Eric Holder, dismissed the New Black Panther case and refused even to look into other similar voter complaints.

In the current election cycle, we seem to be seeing quite the opposite scenario.  The same Department of Justice, headed by the same Attorney General of the United States, is now seriously investigating poll watchers in Harris County, TX.  The county in which the “problems” are occurring is described as the most diverse population in the United States.  Harris County is an area in which only 1,793 voter registrations out of +/-25,000 submitted by SEIU affiliate, Houston Votes, were actually valid.  Voting sanctity and integrity might be a concern.

The problem appears to be that the poll monitors in Harris County are white and middle class showing up in low-income neighborhoods.

Round-eyed white guys wearing jackets and ties, taking notes on yellow pads, outside the approach to polling booths, in low income areas is somehow intimidating.  Blocking entry to the polls while wearing para-military clothing and brandishing a club, however, is acceptable to this justice department.



October 16, 2010

President Obama said in a commencement address that there is confusing information on the Internet and on alternative news sources.  He suggested that we get all our information through either government sources or sites such as the Huffington Post.

The following is an excerpt from President Obama’s commencement address at Michigan State, May 1, 2010.  “Whereas most of America used to get their news from the same three networks over dinner or a few influential papers on Sunday morning, we now have the option to get our information from any number of blogs or websites or cable news shows.”

This development can be both good and bad for democracy.  For, if we choose only to expose ourselves to opinions and viewpoints that are in line with our own, studies suggest that we will become more polarized and set in our ways.  And that will only reinforce and even deepen the political divides in this country.  But, if we choose to actively seek out information that challenges our assumptions and our beliefs, perhaps we can begin to understand where the people who disagree with us are coming from.

This of course requires that we all agree on a certain set of facts to debate from, and that is why we need a vibrant and thriving news business that is separate from opinion makers and talking heads.  As Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan famously said, “Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts.”

Still, if you’re someone who only reads the editorial page of The New York Times, try glancing at the page of The Wall Street Journal once in awhile.  If you’re a fan of Glenn Beck or Rush Limbaugh, try reading a few columns on the Huffington Post website. It may make your blood boil; your mind may not often be changed.  But the practice of listening to opposing views is essential for effective citizenship.  Take note of the direction you are being pointed.  “If you read or listen to a point of view that does not coincide with our agenda, you must then listen to and read our propaganda.”  There is no suggestion that you verify the words of Robert Gibbs or even research the veracity of the President or any of his followers’ diffusions.  It could also be said, “Once you have the information check with us, and hear the spin that will protect our interests.  Don’t rely on people with just your welfare at heart.”

It is easy to understand why he wants to control what information we receive and the presentation thereof.  By limiting (via suggestion for now) how we obtain political news, the powers that be in Washington, D.C. are able to manipulate and feed us only what they want us to know.  Fortunately, those of us who have minds of our own and at least a modicum of intelligence can research various sources and determine the unadulterated truth.

One piece of legislation not offered to us for discussion by congress or this administration is H.R. 4646.  It is in the best interest of the spenders in government to remain quiet and keep this bill as obscure as possible until its passage and signing by the President.  That action will take place after the elections next month.

H.R. 4646 (aka “Debt Free America Act”, to make it more palatable) imposes a 1% tax on every monetary transaction to take place in the U.S.  Deposit your paycheck or unemployment check in the bank and you will immediately have 99% of it to spend on bills.  When you pay a bill, it will cost you an additional 1%.  Buy groceries…1%.  Car payment, gasoline, home mortgage payment, rent payment, utilities; every monetary transaction will be assessed a fee of 1% to start! If you sell your home for $300,000 you will be giving Washington $3,000 on top of the Realtor and escrow fees.  Trade in your car for a new one – you get to pay 1% on both transactions.  And, if that isn’t enough, the percentage can be raised at the will of the elite.

The passage of H.R. 4646 will require passage of the companion bill, S. 2965 to establish a Commission for Fiscal Sustainability.  This new money sucking bureaucracy is responsible for maintaining “the long- term fiscal stability and economic security of the Federal Government of the United States”.  Any questions regarding the need to increase that 1%?  It will be necessary to do so to maintain fiscal stability of the Federal Government.

Keep in mind, this will be in addition to any other taxes, fees, tolls, surcharges, etc. that we are now paying.  Example:  You earn $2,000.  The government takes +/- 25% in taxes, leaving you with $1,500 to spend.  You deposit your remainder into your bank account and immediately you only have $1,485. When you pay your rent, that was $500, you discover that it is now $505.  You have lost $520 of your earnings and you haven’t even bought dinner.  How many bills (gas, electricity, water, trash, telephone, cable, car payment) do you pay before you can even consider going to the movies or get your car repaired?

Congress will get their raise in January, though!

You and I don’t have the opportunity to vote for or against legislation such as these proposals.  We can only vote for the people who vote on them.  VOTE WISELY!  You must keep informed by sources other than the D.C. or your local propaganda machine.