Archive for October, 2014


October 28, 2014

I just love the way liberals think…or don’t think. For instance, they (collectively, but not necessarily individually) tell us that they care about the poor, the minorities, the underdogs. Then they do what makes them feel good while damaging or destroying the very thing they profess they want to help.

In the eyes of a liberal, there is no positive reinforcement for individuals. People cannot survive on their own without some do-gooder collective behind them. It is generally the government on which they tend to rely. And, there it is. They, the liberals, must rely on something or somebody beyond themselves in order to survive. Thus, nobody can get ahead or even subsist without a supplementing force – government. The bigger and more powerful the government becomes, the better it is able to make everybody feel better about their coerced dependency and lack of value.

“It takes a village to raise a child”. Hillary Clinton
Parents were once charged with raising their offspring. Now, according to Hillary, when you have a child you burden your family, neighbors and government employees with imparting morals, discipline, ethics, etc. Self reliance and independence are not included in the picture represented by liberals.

“If you’ve got a business—you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that happen”. Barack Obama
He went on to say that the roads to that business were built by somebody else and implied that without that road the business owner would have no customers. This is only partially true. Up until the ribbon-cutting, didn’t the owner pay taxes to build and maintain those roads? True, he or she was not the sole contributor, but the owner undoubtedly did have a substantial hand in it.

“Look, if you’ve been successful, you didn’t get there on your own”. Barack Obama
Hard work and diligent attention to becoming better and more useful had little to do with your success according to our president. Of course, this has to be his perspective. He has been handled, shuffled, managed and financed throughout his entire life with little input of his own. Again he emphasizes, if this is the way it happened for me, it must be the only way.

“Don’t let anybody tell you it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs”. Hillary Clinton
What she’s saying, in effect, is don’t listen to fact and reason. Businesses and corporations cannot create jobs if we in the government continue to pile unnecessary regulations requiring mounds of compliance paperwork upon them. If they try to grow and hire more people, we liberals will tax the $h-t out of them until they shutter the doors. Ha! Government wins again.

Voter I.D. Laws will disenfranchise minorities and the poor. Virtually all liberals
This is one of the greatest put downs ever cast upon a population. Basically what it says is that these people are of lesser intellect and ability.  They’re inept. Thus they should have special privileges. By eliminating identification rules, anybody can vote. Foreign powers can dictate our laws and standards. The best interests of a sovereign nation are at stake without voters proving their eligibility.

They always fail to tell you about the pay and benefits of working for the government. “If you’ve got a job in government, you don’t work for your pay.”
By the end of this seating, congress will have taken 239 days away from the business of the people. Much of that time is spent lying abouut their effectiveness while raising money for the next campaign…their re-application for the non-job. Along with salaries that most Americans can only dream of, the benefit package includes retirement, comprehensive medical and an expense account in the millions of dollars. All of this is paid by the earners of the nation.

It takes a liberal to tell us, as individuals, we aren’t worth a thing and only they can help.


October 18, 2014

Let’s see now. The administration doesn’t want to disturb the fledgling economies of the African nations which are heavily, if not mostly Muslim dominated, by imposing travel bans.

Sharia dictates that dead devotees be washed head to foot by family members (Ghusl) before being wrapped in white linens for burial. Then the family members wash their faces and hands out of a common bowl.

Almost no chance of spreading Ebola after this ritual! Hey, let the family members fly in, pick up their SNAP and EBT cards before taking advantage of their right to Obamacare. It won’t bother our burgeoning economy.

We hear it expressed by spokespersons for both NIH and CDC that there’s no worry about Ebola spreading in the U.S. I believe them. We don’t need no stinkin’ border security.

Planned genocidal population control? Nah! That would just be a conspiracy theory.


October 15, 2014

If congress has such a dismal approval rating (10%-13%), why do we keep re-electing the same fools to office? It seems the American public is aware that the elected members of government spend more time and effort campaigning to raise money for re-election than they put forth on behalf of their constituents. That is, other than those contributing large sums to their campaign coffers. The approval rating shows that we are conscious of their fruitlessness, yet rehire them every two or six years.

Private sector management surveys across all industries repeatedly show that it takes an average of 13 months for a new employee to become proficient at a new position within a company. That holds for new hires as well as employees who have been with the company for five years and longer. For the employee moving within a company, a new position requires diverse interaction with former co-workers and establishing new relationships with individuals in other divisions or departments. A person first entering a company, must overcome the above and develop ways to effectively incorporate his or her previous experience into the new setting.

It takes time, but certainly not ten or twenty years. That is why most efficiently run companies evaluate employees on an annual basis, and sometimes more frequently. These evaluation meetings determine promotions and pay adjustments to reward favorable work ethic and effectiveness. They also determine if additional training is necessary or if training or education will benefit both employer and employee. Lastly, the meetings allow employers to motivate employees. Unmotivated, mediocre or ineffectual employees rightly fear these evaluations knowing that they are also used to terminate unproductive workers. Mediocre employees are replaced by workers of higher enthusiasm or ability. Constant workforce evaluation and adjustment is necessary for survival in the private sector.

After two years, if the employee is not performing to, or beyond, company norms he or she should be reassigned or replaced. This rarely happens with members of congress. Too often, elected representatives are given the benefit of doubt and allowed a second term to prove themselves. Senators have the luxury of six years before they have to reapply for the job. After the second election, they become fixtures and removal is burdensome. Thus, most are re-elected despite demonstrating commonplace proficiency. A plea for continued employment is often that they didn’t do as poorly as their opponent might. That should not be enough to maintain a position in government any more than it is in the private sector.

Less than 20% of elected federal office holders have ever offered themselves to our military service. While military service is not a mandatory qualification, perhaps the values and discipline learned would benefit our office holders and ultimately the citizens they represent. Military service should be an honorable consideration, however, it should never excuse any unsuitabilities.

We currently have a chief executive bankrupting the corporation (America), emasculating his board of directors (congress) and who shows no concern for the investors (citizens). Congress is reluctant to impeach him because his team will call them nasty names, like…racist. They are too timid to fire a CEO who is destroying the company and besmirching the reputation of the industry. Congress is complicit in the fundamental change of devastation. Congress is allowing political correctness to dominate their sworn duty and any personal ethic that may have once existed.

Isn’t it time to fire a few directors and department heads? We can replace them with people concerned for the company and the industry who are willing to improve upon and deliver valuable and marketable products that the world needs like self-respect and drive and honor and prosperity.

You have three weeks to do the right thing!


October 3, 2014

The process undoubtedly started long ago, perhaps even before September 11, 2001. As with every aspect of the progressive movement, slow and steady lulls the ignorant into acceptance. My enlightenment didn’t come until I read about H.R. 645 in 2009

As innocuous as it seems on the surface, the national emergency centers established under this bill can, and I predict will, lend themselves to dissident internment camps. Since first learning of H.R. 645, I have been cautiously warning about martial law before the 2016 election. Could the Ebola scare be reason enough for such action?

Scuttlebutt has it that ISIS is planning to carry the virus across our southern border for dispersal through air condition systems in large facilities or dropped into drinking water reservoirs. As paranoid as this may sound, I would not put it past the Obama cabal to allow it as a way of bringing the nation down.

I’m now thinking the unprotected borders may not only be about the kids.  Letting everybody in may not even be about overwhelming the systems as taught by Cloward and Piven.  Ebola may present the opportunity for another crisis that cannot go to waste.

As the Ebola outbreak continues to cause concern, President Barack Obama has signed an amendment to an executive order that would allow him to mandate the apprehension and detention of Americans who merely show signs of “respiratory illness.”  (See the tie to H.R. 645 here).

On August 14, Paul Joseph Watson wrote, “The executive order, titled Revised List of Quarantinable Communicable Diseases, amends executive order 13295, passed by George W. Bush in April 2003, which allows for the, “apprehension, detention, or conditional release of individuals to prevent the introduction, transmission, or spread of suspected communicable diseases.”

The original and amended executive orders give great latitude to the CDC and presidential administration when it comes to defining what comprises a “respiratory ilness”. Could coughing and shortness of breath due to exposure to chemtrails land you in confinement?

You certainly don’t want to get food poisoning and throw up in public or you could find yourself in a plastic enclosure surrounded by locked doors and a 12′ chain link fence topped by concertina wire. Especially if you voted for Romney or you clicked a blog such as this!