Saturday, September 03, 2011

One of the Funniest Things I have read in a long time

From this article:

we’re not here to make fun of Barack Obama. Today, we aim our gleeful Schadenfreude at his blood relatives, many of whom have names that sound like slight variations of Ooga Booga Yabba Dabba Doo.

Barack Obama doesn’t merely have a single embarrassing family member. He has a whole litter of them. But he’s protected by the Black Shield, a new kind of skin privilege, one it’s impossible to even mention without being branded with the irrevocably shameful “R” word. Due to such fears and also their elaborate financial and ideological entanglements with the current administration, most of America’s press doesn’t leap nearly so eagerly on Obama’s familial skeletons as they do on Sarah Palin’s retarded child or Michelle Bachmann’s screaming faggot of a husband. The press isn’t even in Obama’s pocket—they’re snuggled deep up in his underwear.

Honestly the article is really funny, really crude and you will Laugh your butt off.

BUT if the F word offends...don't

I just had to wonder if our pres didn't fall far from the family tree.

Friday, September 02, 2011

Happy Labor Day...legalized theft

Every month, Thomas Villanova gets a $9,000 reminder of how lucrative it can be to serve as a union leader in Chicago.

The sum is part of a city pension that comes on top of the $198,000 annual salary he is paid to represent the interests of thousands of city workers. Villanova last worked for the city in 1989 as an electrical mechanic with the Department of Streets and Sanitation, making about $40,000 a year. Yet in 2008 he was allowed to retire at age 56 with a $108,000 city pension. That's because, under a little-known state law, his pension was based not on his city paycheck but on his much higher union salary.

Union leader draws lucrative pension perk based on false information

Perry's 'loser pays' is an economic winner

There isn’t much policywise coming out of Europe these days that one would expect a conservative like Texas Gov. Rick Perry to emulate because the Continent typically is the domain of the left. However, Mr. Perry recently imported a reform from across the pond that is sure to make the Lone Star State, already the economic envy of the nation, even more of a job-creating juggernaut.

Under the current American legal system, each side in litigation typically retains financial responsibility for its own legal fees absent a prearranged agreement stating otherwise. Yet under the English rule, adopted by virtually every other legal system in the West, the responsibility for attorneys’ fees can be summed up in two words: Loser pays. When two sides enter into litigation, the losing side must pay the winning side any damages awarded, as well as compensation for legal fees incurred by the victor.

RUSSELL & GLEASON: Perry's 'loser pays' is an economic winner - Washington Times

Thursday, September 01, 2011

Go on your gut feeling when setting goals - because more often than not it'll be right, researchers have revealed.
IS anyone going to denounce these hate mongers? Why would Rep. Andre Carson, a Democrat from Indiana say such a horrible thing? When does crying fire in a crowded theater become illegal? This is pure racism and it is evil. Speak out against this.
Congressional Black Caucus member accuses tea party movement of wanting return to Jim Crow era, spokesman stands by remarks.
Just to be sure we know who we are dealing with over there
The girls, aged 15, 17 and 18 were allegedly assaulted by soldiers in the town of Tomina, near the war-shattered city of Misrata.
Hitler and Stalin in Illinos
Every other case involving people arrested for filming cops has been thrown out of court, but media promulgates hoax that recording police is illegal
I have come up with a foolproof Jobs Program. Every person should hire one other person to do their laundry and clean their houses. They should be required to pay the minimum wage and all benefits. IF not they should be fined.

IF this seems like a bad idea, consider, you might even get a $2500 tax credit for doing so. Still a bad idea? Then why is this what is being proposed?

Monday, August 29, 2011

Obama Can't Write aas well as I do and I don't write that well

Record Retrospective: Obama on affirmative action - Election 2008 - The Harvard Law Record - Harvard University Law School

But that's not just my opinion, from another critic:

This explains why Obama's educational transcripts are more closely guarded than the formula for Coke or the recipe for Kentucky Fried Chicken. I am convinced they are mediocre at best; likely containing a number of nebulous pass/fail "passes". Of course, we do have Obama's own statement that he has written two books, "and I wrote them myself". At least Nixon and LBJ can rest knowing their AA efforts were so successful they produced a president. The nation, however, is no better for it.

Michelle's ability is even less stellar
Excellent article that confirms what I have known all along. Neither one is the brightest bulb in the package - far from it. I agree with both Schmutzli and jmlsmb above regarding affirmative action. How can it be that anyone, and I mean ANYONE, would choose to fly under that flag? It is demeaning and absolutely counterproductive. It is nothing more than cheating, in my view. We have become a nation of educational dumbing down and look what that has brought to us. In order to begin any sort of 180 turnaround we must include a complete overhaul of our educational system, a colossal failure if ever there was one. Obama will go down as the biggest failure EVER, and rightfully so. I do hope those who so fervently advocate for affirmative action and extol its virtues will one day be properly ashamed of themselves. But I'm not hopeful on that one.

From the article

In the case of Michelle Obama, affirmative action did all three. The partners at Sidley Austin learned this the hard way. In 1988, they hired her out of Harvard Law under the impression that the degree meant something. It did not. By 1991, Michelle was working in the public sector as an assistant to the mayor. By 1993, she had given up her law license.

Had the partners investigated Michelle's background, they would have foreseen the disaster to come. Sympathetic biographer Liza Mundy writes, "Michelle frequently deplores the modern reliance on test scores, describing herself as a person who did not test well."

She did not write well, either. Mundy charitably describes her senior thesis at Princeton as "dense and turgid." The less charitable Christopher Hitchens observes, "To describe [the thesis] as hard to read would be a mistake; the thesis cannot be 'read' at all, in the strict sense of the verb. This is because it wasn't written in any known language."

Michelle had to have been as anxious at Harvard Law as Bart Simpson was at Genius School. Almost assuredly, the gap between her writing and that of her highly talented colleagues marked her as an affirmative action admission, and the profs finessed her through.

Sunday, August 28, 2011

If I were the owner of Gibson Guitar company I would be looking for a plant in Mexico or China tomorrow to make my guitars. Same with the NLRB hassling Boeing for it's new plant in Carolina. Send it to China. If you wonder why jobs are moving overseas...this is the reason. Regulation and taxation. And we wonder why there are no Jobs in the USA.
The image of the electric guitar player as outlaw is alive and well, but this can't be helping the economy much at all: Federal agents are in the process of raiding the offices of the Nashville-b
This is a pompous, race-baiting self-righteous bunch of drivel. He lost me at the idea that I must sit down, listen and shut up as a white man. This narcissistic cultural racist mentality is destroying a beautiful culture. I don't "get it."
The limit on how deeply we "feel" each other is why so many conversations about race fail. But so what?
I think this is so cool. Lucy in the sky with diamonds. AND...If God can create a planet made of diamond, why are streets paved with gold so hard to believe?
A gem of a world made from diamond has been discovered orbiting a tiny spinning star 4,000 light years away.
If food stamps are an economic stimulus as the White House claims then we should put everyone in the USA on food stamps. Just think of how stimulating that would be...RIGHT? RIGHT? I wonder if anyone in the White House ever took a class in economics, read a book on basic economics or know anyone who knows one peep about economics. And we wonder why we are going down the drain. Who are these people?
We are turning into the welfare nation with over 42.9 million Americans on food stamps- a shamefully record high for this nation. In just one year we’ve had a 16.2% increase in those receiving money from our government to purchase everything from food, soda pop, gum, candy, and even have Schwans del...
This college is affiliated with the United Church of Christ and the reason they ask if people are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered is because they have scholarship money to hand out. Didn't they ever see the movie???
Students applying to Elmhurst College in Illinois next fall will face a brand new question on their admissions application: “Would you consider yourself to be a member of the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered) community?” The question, which is optional, makes the small, private liberal ar...
Is this true? I'm astounded. I don't know such people.
I have failed several times and succeeded several times. That record may make me a failure in the eye of the critic, but a success in the eyes of a God who spoke my destiny before the foundations of the earth. May we all "FAIL" like Steve Jobs did. We used to call it "Failing Up". If you never try you never have the chance to succeed (or fail).
Nick Schulz writes on NRO: Steve Jobs’s announcement that he is stepping down as CEO of Apple is not surprising. He’s a very sick man; and running the world’s largest market-cap technology firm can’t be easy for someone with pancreatic cancer and who-knows-what other ailments. Lots of digital ink ...
A graphic representation of government revolution and situation in the world today. I think you will find this interesting. There's a whole lotta shakin goin on.
I believe this will all work out for good for those who are called according to his purpose and Love HIM. IF NOT...welcome to hell.
Optimistic About America’s Future? Don’t Be. In his giant New York Times bestseller, America Alone: The End of the World as We Know It , Mark Steyn predicted collapse for the rest of the Western World. Now, he adds, America has caught up with Europe ...
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is the front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination now, at least in the national polls. Undoubtedly that's the main reason so many East Coast pundits and Beltway wags are making fun of him. He likes guns! He's from Texas! He talks funny! He's a — gird yourself now...
I have never understood Paula White. I have heard her speak. She and Mike Murdock are transparently carnal. This fiasco reveals who she really is. I know many love her. Count me out. The anointing can fall on people who are horribly fallen and fleshly (i e Sampson). Learn the difference. I am as flawed as any man you will ever meet...yet God uses me for His purposes. Same with Paula. DISCERN
Paula White's Without Walls International has filed a lawsuit against a former pastor from one of its sister churches for allegedly luring members from the congregation to his own place of worship.

More or less

You can either seek to get more out of an opportunity (job, technology, interaction, person, moment), or less.

More exposure, more risk, more upside, more work, more learning, more engagement, more passion, more chance to be blamed, more opportunity to make a difference, more effort...

or less.

A smaller share of men have jobs today than at any time since World War II

A smaller share of men have jobs today than at any time since World War II As President Barack Obama puts together a new jobs plan to be revealed shortly after Labor Day, he is up against a powerful force, long in the making, that has gone virtually unnoticed in the debate over how to put people b...
More devastation from Hurricane Irene. Oh, the humanity!
Why does anyone listen to the UBER RINO Brooks. He is a friend of the left in SPADES!!
One thing’s for certain --- Texas Gov. Rick Perry has made an impressive charge in the polls since he announced his candidacy for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination early this month. So h
We are NOT obese...the rest of the world needs a burger. LOL
If current trends hold, half of the U.S. population will be obese by 2030, according to a new report. Roughly one-third of the U.S. population is currently obese. The country could have 65 million more obese adults, raising the national...,Nightline's Daily Line: Where We Fit
This is a civics test. I got a score of 93.94% 31 out of 33 correct. If you know history, government and economics I challenge you. No fibbing. BUT, if you do badly, perhaps it's time to bone up on your civics. How we live our life depends on how well we understand our foundations. The average American scores 49%, College Professors score 55% average. I'm not shocked. Those who can do, those who can't teach.
The Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI) works 'to educate for liberty'--inspiring college students to discover and embrace the principles and virtues that make America free and prosperous.
The Kalachakra Ritual performed in July in Washington DC released a hoard of demonic principalities into the atmosphere with many assignments, one of them to bring a "change of rule" and "times" to the world, and to bring "Peace". How ironic, then, that within about a month after this ritual, the biggest earthquake to date rocks the east coast, and Hurricane Irene thunders through the land. I googled the meaning of "Irene". It means "peace". Ironic, eh?
Pretty Cool. Shark swimming along beside a car on a flooded road. I have seen carp do this but never a shark
This picture was taken in Puerto Rico shortly after Hurricane Irene ravaged the island. Yes, that's a shark swimming down the street next to a car, and this is exactly why authorities in NYC are warni

Our injustice system at work

Jury sides with burglar's family in 2009 shooting death at auto lot | jury, burglar, lot, auto, shot, announced, fatally, colorado, sides, attorneys

Pastor Phil read this today...I love hearing the raw word of Expository Stuff. Seems appropriate to the day

Psalm 46

For the director of music. Of the Sons of Korah. According to alamoth. A song.

1 God is our refuge and strength,

an ever-present help in trouble.

2 Therefore we will not fear, though the earth give way

and the mountains fall into the heart of the sea,

3 though its waters roar and foam

and the mountains quake with their surging.

4 There is a river whose streams make glad the city of God,

the holy place where the Most High dwells.

5 God is within her, she will not fall;

God will help her at break of day.

6 Nations are in uproar, kingdoms fall;

he lifts his voice, the earth melts.

7 The LORD Almighty is with us;

the God of Jacob is our fortress.

8 Come and see what the LORD has done,

the desolations he has brought on the earth.

9 He makes wars cease

to the ends of the earth.

He breaks the bow and shatters the spear;

he burns the shields with fire.

10 He says, “Be still, and know that I am God;

I will be exalted among the nations,

I will be exalted in the earth.”

11 The LORD Almighty is with us;

the God of Jacob is our fortress.