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You Might Be A Liberal If…..

 

For nearly thirty years liberals have had near total control of the public education system. In that time they have been able to, with the help of a compliant media and sycophant politicians, create a false narrative about what it means to be a conservative and what it means to be a liberal. In an effort to help folks understand the difference between liberals/progressives and normal people I have created a list of possible warning signs that may occur prior to the onset of the dementia known as liberalism. Sometimes, in an effort to disguise their illness those afflicted with liberalism will diagnose themselves as progressives. Understand that this is merely an attempt by someone who knows they are afflicted trying to deny the affliction. Some of the following observations are funny, some are not and some are just plain sad. I take no credit for any of these symptoms (even the ones I think I came up with on my own) as I have doubtlessly recreated something someone said somewhere. That said, I am not a doctor and I don’t play one on TV so I don’t intend this to be a diagnostic tool but if you find yourself in sympathy with four or more of these statements I would suggest getting some professional, conservative education as soon as possible.

If you believe a black man robbing a liquor store is just expressing his civil rights, you might be a liberal. (Or belong to Black Lives Matter More Than Yours)

If you are so offended by religion that only a check can make you feel better, you might be a liberal. (Or have a degree in how to wear ascots at social functions)

If you think the best way to plan for parenthood is to kill your baby before it’s born, you might be a liberal. (Or a progressive female)

If you think the sailor in Chattanooga who fired his personal weapon at the jihadi terrorist trying to kill him should be court martialed, you might be a liberal. (Or a muslim/gun control whacko)

If your idea of a classic car is a 1997 Prius, you might be a liberal. (Or own stock in the electric company)

If you believe nuclear power in America is bad but nuclear power in Iran isn’t, you might be a liberal. (Or believe The China Syndrome was a documentary)

If you have a college vocabulary and a grade school mentality, you might be a liberal. (Or a tenured Ivy League professor)

If you spend your welfare check on pot, you might be a liberal. (Or California resident)

If you know what a Metro-sexual is, you may be a liberal. (If you have embraced your Metro-sexualism you may already be beyond help)

If you’re one of the three people who watch MSNBC, you might be a liberal. (Or someone not working three part time jobs thanks to O’bamacare)

If you’ve combed through your address book looking for a black/gay/transgender person to invite to your daughter’s wedding, you might be a liberal. (Or just desperately seeking politically correct approval)

If you know who Ed Shultz is, you might be a liberal. (And have far too much time on your hands)

If you know “what” Bruce Jenner is, you might be a liberal. (Or the afore mentioned Metro-sexual)

If you want to ban Christmas from the public square but demand prayer rooms for Muslims in public schools, you might be a liberal. (Or as the muslims call you, a useful idiot)

If you think Miley Cirus is normal, you might be a liberal. (Or a pervert)

If you think rap is music, you might be a liberal. (Or just deaf)

If you think Planned Parenthood has anything to do with planning for parenthood, you might be a liberal. (Or a frontal lobotomy survivor)

If Cecil the lion is more important to you than 50 million aborted children, you might be a liberal. (Or believe that animals have the right to vote, which come to think of it, may explain the last two presidential elections)

If you know all 52 genders, you may be a liberal. (Or a recent Ivy League College graduate)

If you think black lives matter but Planned Parenthood should be left alone, you might be a liberal. (Or closely related to Dr. Joseph Mengele)

If your idea of an intelligent protest is to walk around campus with a mattress tied to your back, you might be a liberal. (Or a “working” girl/guy doing some free advertising)

If you can’t wait to move to Seattle, you might be a liberal. (A note of caution here as the Seahawks are a pretty darn good NFL team and are likely to attract some perfectly normal people to the socialist workers paradise of Seattle.)

If you think the function of UNICEF is to feed starving children, you might be a liberal. (Or a just a well fed power hungry fellow bureaucrat)

If you cannot understand why Russell Wilson wants to wait until he is married to have sex with his girlfriend, you might be a liberal. (Or a voyeur)

If you’ve ever tried to pay for your global warming tattoo with an EBT card, you might be a liberal. (Or a resident of Colorado)

If you think 18 trillion dollars of debt is nothing to worry about, you might be a liberal. (Or an elected democratic)

If you feel the need to apologize for saying “All Lives Matter,” you may be a liberal. (Or feeling guilty for things that happened 160 years ago)

If you oppose charter schools for poor kids but send your own children to private schools, you may be a liberal. (Or a rich democrat)

If you support open borders but live in a gated community, you may be a liberal. (Or Bill Gates)

If you think Michael Moore actually makes documentaries, you might be a liberal. (Or a recent college graduate)

If your idea of tolerance is to “give people space” to riot, you might be a liberal. (Or a democrat city prosecutor)

If you can give directions without using your hands, you might be a liberal. (Or be dead)

If you support higher taxes but have directed your own trust fund to buy only tax-free municipal bonds, you might be a liberal. (Or a democratic party campaign contribution bundler)

If you believe that voter fraud is a myth, you might be a liberal. (Or a democratic party advisor)

If you went to an adoption agency and asked for a gay baby, you might be a liberal. (Or just plain stupid)

If you believe that police including a suspects race in their description is racist, you might be a liberal. (Or a newspaper editor)

If you believe the coldest, snowiest winter on record is caused by global warming, you might be a liberal. (Or have abandoned reason by memorizing Al Gores book)

If you believe that felons and illegal aliens should be allowed to vote but soldiers stationed overseas should have their votes ignored, you might be a liberal. (Or a card carrying lifetime member of the DNC)

If you believe in taking guns from law-abiding citizens but not inner city gang members, you might be a liberal. (Or a member of the ACLU)

If you believe the Clintons were broke when they left the White House, you might be a liberal. (Or be a part owner of the Brooklyn Bridge)

If you worship Mother Earth while “denying” other mainstream religions, you might be a liberal. (Or have ingested one to many “natural” substances)

If you think the United Nations does anything outside of enriching its bureaucrats, you might be a liberal. (Or a tin plated dictator wannabe)

If you support Obamacare for everyone else but are upset when you have give up your own health insurance plan, you might be a liberal. (Or a victim of the vast right wing conspiracy)

If you think having multiple affairs and sexual harassment allegations lodged against you are a resume enhancement, you might be a liberal. (Or Bill Clinton)

If you believe that George Stephanopoulos and Brian Williams are actually journalists, you might be a liberal. (Or just have a broken BS meter)

If you believe Elizabeth Warren is a Native American, you might be a liberal. (Or think “Fauxocahontas” is her real Indian name)

If you believe that operation Fast and Furious was left over from the Bush administration, you might be a liberal. (Or you may still be living in moms basement and think dial up is the latest technology)

If you’ve ever used the word meme in casual conversation, you might be a liberal. (Or in the advanced stages of terminal Liberalism)

If you hate smokers but cheerfully spend the money they pay in cigarette taxes, you might be a liberal. (Or just a whiny brat intent on proving you’re more compassionate with other peoples money than they are)

If you don’t know anyone with more than one child, you might be a liberal. (Or live in China)

If you think Barack Obama actually did something besides getting elected to deserve his Nobel Peace Prize, you might be a liberal. (A note of caution here, he did write two autobiographies before he actually accomplished anything aside from a senate election)

If you think about God as a her, you might be a liberal. (Or someone who has never read the Bible)

If you belong to a church that has to vote every year on which parts of the Bible to believe in, you might be a liberal. (Or you might be in the early stages of terminal multiculturalism)

If you have ever attended a candlelight vigil to protest the hoax of the week, you might be a liberal. (Or just don’t do well when reality asserts itself in your life)

If you think there is no such thing as muslim rape gangs, you might be a liberal. (Or a member of CAIR)

If you use the word undocumented as something other than a punch line for a joke, you might be a liberal. (Or a mainstream journalist)

If you still believe anything Ted Danson has ever said about “global warming”, you might be a liberal. (Or have watched one to many episodes of CSI)

If the only kind of gun you will tolerate is for caulking, you might be a liberal. (Or a professional victim)

If you don’t flinch at least just a little bit when a man introduces another man as his “husband,” you might be a liberal. (Or simply don’t know what a real man is)

If you know the name Frank Marshall Davis, you might be a liberal. (Or believe that Stalin was an agrarian reformer)

If you’ve ever watched an American war movie and rooted for the bad guys, you might be a liberal. (Or just plain stupid)

If you send your kid to a public high school that calls itself an “Academy,” you might be a liberal. (Or still in your seventh year of college)

If you have already scolded someone for calling Bruce Jenner “Bruce Jenner,” you might be a liberal. (Or an expert on political correctness)

If you have Michael Brown’s birthday circled in your planner, you might be a liberal. (Or a frequent contributor to the SPLC)

If your idea of expressing compassion after a tragedy is to call in Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton, you might be a liberal. (Or a race hustling poverty pimp)

If your kid has to wear a helmet to play on a jungle gym, you might be a liberal. (Or spend too much time on the Center for Science in the Public Interest website)

If you brag about your compost pile, you just might be a liberal. (Or have spent just a little too much quality time with your garbage)

If you live in an apartment and have a compost pile, you might be a liberal. (And you probably have no friends)

If you missed a family event to see the first midnight showing of “Selma,” you might be a liberal. (Or be related to Rachael Dolezal)

If you’ve ever thought or said out loud “I don’t mind paying taxes,” you might be a liberal. (Or on welfare)

If you insist on pronouncing Nicaragua with an accent, you might be a liberal. (Or a pompous twit)

If you use the f-word to describe love making, you might be a liberal. (Or a public school victim)

If you insist on calling yourself a progressive, you might a liberal. (Or just embarrassed by the stupidity of your liberal friends)

If you think people who protest embryonic stem-cell research are stupid but refuse to eat GMOs, you might be a liberal. (Or someone who knows that the “science” on GMO’s has been settled)

If you want to ban all guns except for those carried by your private security, you might be a liberal. (Or a loud, foul mouthed TV personality)

If you are against school vouchers for public school students but your kids go to a private school, you might be a liberal. (Or a Kenyan impersonating a US president)

If you “self identify” as a lesbian but secretly like men, you just might be a liberal. (Or a regular watcher of “The View”)

If you believe marriage is obsolete except for homosexuals, you might be a liberal. (Or the mayor of Houston)

If you think teenagers are not smart enough to handle sodas but you are willing to give them condoms and IUD’s, you might be a liberal. (Or a pedophile in recruiting mode)

If you deny women are stoned to death in islamic countries for having sex outside of marriage (being raped), you might be a liberal. (Or a muslim apologist/rapist/useful idiot)

If you think the death penalty is acceptable for an unborn child but not a mass murderer, you might be a liberal. (Or a fan of Charles Manson)

If you actually understand Common Core math, you might be a liberal. (Or mentally deranged)

If you think one of the worst violators of human rights in the world deserves to head the U.N. Human Rights Commission, you might be a liberal. (Or believe that being tortured is a human right)

If your idea of tolerance is giving “sanctuary” to illegal alien murderers, rapists and child molesters, you might be a liberal. (Or the Mayor of San Francisco)

If you think people who are terrified of something they (Atheists) don’t believe exists are rational, you might be a liberal. (Or have had a recent conversation with Charles Darwin)

Finally, if you actually believe banning the Confederate flag and removing Confederate monuments will achieve racial harmony, you may be to stupid to reason with.
I hate to say it but this list could go on for another several hundred pages. Liberals and progressives make it that easy. I think by now you, dear reader, are getting the idea of how liberals view the world. It is a uniquely odd way of life liberals have chosen. Today’s liberal/progressive views truth as a relative thing subject to nothing but their own intentions, definitions and feelings. Their idea of tolerance is beyond reason given the amount of time and money spent to “help” the poor and the levels of crime they are willing to tolerate to demonstrate their “compassion.” Their worship of a clearly perpetrated hoax (global warming, proven a hoax by their own emails) demonstrates beyond a doubt their derision of actual science. Despite all of this it is incumbent on us conservatives to remind liberals/progressives at every opportunity about the nature of their affliction. Liberalism is a self-feeding state of delusion that denies its victims the opportunity to live a fulfilling life of true meaning and accomplishment because it requires them to obtain the approval of those they have set as the arbiters of right and wrong. For far to many liberals/progressives happiness comes not from within but from approved outside sources. Some argue for a cautious, baby step approach to curing liberalism. I do not believe that approach can have any long lasting success. I prefer the tough love approach. Be bold, be patient, be accurate, be kind but most of all be relentless in your education of liberals. No matter what defense the liberal/progressive may attempt the truth is the conservatives ally. When engaged with a liberal/progressive remember this maxim, never give up, never surrender!

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One of the first things conservatives must do is reclaim the language. As my grandfather used to tell me, words mean things. If he told me once, he told me a thousand times, say what you mean or mean what you say. The following Associated Press story is a good example of what he was trying to teach me.

The AP reported that a woman, shopping at a Victoria’s Secret in Manhattan, was caught with a dead baby in her bag. Even after revelations that Tiona Rodriguez, the women in question, suffocated her baby shortly after its birth, the AP could still not bring itself to call the victim a baby. From the story;

     An autopsy of a fetus found in a teenage girl’s shopping bag at a New York City lingerie store was inconclusive, and more tests will be needed to determine how the fetus died, the city medical examiner’s office says.

The case began Thursday when a security guard stopped two 17-year-old girls to examine their bags at a Victoria’s Secret store in midtown Manhattan. The guard found the dead fetus in one of the bags.

The girl who had been carrying the bag containing the fetus told detectives she had delivered a day earlier and didn’t know what to do, authorities said. [Emphasis is mine]

So, the AP knew the baby was born alive and had reason to suspect the baby had been asphyxiated and they still referred to the baby as a fetus. Kind of tells you something about the AP, doesn’t it.

Who says religion in the USA is not alive and well? In what can hardly be described as a stunning move The Los Angeles Times has decided to no longer publish letters from those who question man made climate change.

In defending this outright censorship Times letters editor Paul Thornton blubbered, “Simply put, I do my best to keep errors of fact off the letters page; when one does run, a correction is published. Saying ‘there’s no sign humans have caused climate change’ is not stating an opinion, it’s asserting a factual inaccuracy.”

Apparently his faith-based devotion to global warming is not sturdy enough to face legitimate criticism. So, as a concerned liberal desperately seeking to control, uhm sorry, protect us stupid non-liberals from ourselves, he will take it upon himself to establish what the facts are and tell us what to think. 

Princeton physics professor William Happer told Fox News that the Times “should be ashamed of itself” regarding this decision.

The head of the Laboratory of Biochemical Genetics and Metabolism at The Rockefeller University in New York, Jan Breslow said, “There was an effective embargo on alternative opinions, so making it official really does not change things.” 

Breslow and Happer are part of a group of climate scientists that wrote “No Need to Panic About Global Warming” for The Wall Street Journal in January 2012. The article argued that the call to “decarbonize” the world’s economy is not supported by science.

What these scientists do not understand is that the manmade global warming fanatics do not want science involved in the debate. Belief in global warming is as close to a religion as these people will ever get and they simply will not allow any “so called science” to shake the foundations of their faith.

The tolerance of liberals is well documented but it is appropriate every now and then to be reminded of just how understanding liberals really are.

Capitol Police are investigating online threats made by an individual against Texas senator Ted Cruz, a spokesperson from the senators office said Friday.
The graphic threats were made on Twitter and consisted of the following;

Cruz needs to be “taught a street wise lesson.”

“Lets Find Ted Cruz, Texas address and show up his House, drag him out and                     B***h slap his A** in front of the country,”

“Take down Ted Cruz, at his home.” This tweet listed Cruz’s home address in     
              Houston. His home address was repeatedly retweeted.

“Ted Cruz, we want you a** go the f*** back in Canada, else you and ur family
              will pay. U got a f***ing big mouth.”

Another threatening post advocates hanging Cruz by his “small balls if he tries
               another ‘ShutdownTactic.’”

The Kenyan little Barry is doubtlessly proud of just how well his followers have adopted his Chicago style thug tactics.

Finally, in an effort to prove just how financially responsible the federal government is, the Kenyan used a no bid contract to hire the company that designed and built the website healthcare.gov.

The website creation was budgeted at around $60 million. It’s cost to date is over $634 million and rising. As an interesting aside, the company that helped build the website was fired by the Canadian government for botching a similar effort.

If the government cannot do something as simple as hire a competent web developer to build a website, can you imagine the devastation coming to your healthcare?

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Rule One, Understand What You Are Up Against

Americans don’t like to think ill of fellow Americans. As a general rule we tend to apply the “best of intents” to most peoples actions. Nowhere is this more true than in the arena of political ideas and many times this is the correct course of action. Sometimes though, it is not. Sometimes applying the best of intentions to the actions of someone is downright dangerous. The trick as the old saying goes, is to know when to go along to get along and when to stand and fight.

For many of us conservatives the time for going along to get along has passed. We no longer feel the need to sit quietly on the sidelines because we understand that course of action has led our country to one dramatic failure after another. Frankly, a strong argument can be made that many times during the last few years strong inroads have been made in the “criminalization” of being conservative, being Christian and supporting the Constitution. (IRS scandal anyone? See last weeks column)
 
One of the first things conservatives must understand is who are we dealing with? It is absolutely necessary that you know who your opponent in the arena of ideas is. As Glen Beck always says, you must do your homework. In the political arena this requirement has been dramatically simplified by the Democratic Party.

Over the last ten to fifteen years the party of “tolerance” has become so ideologically rigid that it simply will not tolerate any political disagreement within its ranks. Anyone remember Senator and vice presidential nominee Joe Lieberman? Despite voting in lockstep with his party for years he crossed the line once. For that single transgression his party both deserted him and financed his primary opponent in the following election. Lieberman ran as an independent and won easily.

To confirm my point, after being elected, Lieberman still sided with the democrats. Talk about blind loyalty. Sadly this is standard DNC operating procedure. It also set the precedent for all democratic candidates since. If you want our help you simply cannot have any “unapproved” ideas. The message was heard loud and clear. Aside from a few nibbles around the edges there have been no significant voices of opposition to the liberal democratic parties destructive agenda by elected liberal democrats since.

Today’s liberal democrats are completely governed by the “ends justifies the means” idea of politics. There has been since the Clinton years a gradual but determined effort to move away from the “old school” idea of winning elections with better ideas to winning elections because you have successfully portrayed your opponent as evil incarnate. I for one am tired of being the focus of evil in the modern world.

If you question my conclusion, great! Now let me illustrate while you do your homework.

The so-called “abortion ban” bill in Texas is a prime example.  Protesters have littered the state Capitol building with orange papers in the shape footprints that say, “Maternal death from illegal abortion.” Pro-abortion activists were seen stuffing bags with tampons, fecal matter and urine. The bags were intended to be thrown at lawmakers. According to Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood abortion business director protesters also threatened to “flash their lady parts” at lawmakers. Surely these actions require no elaboration on my part.

So, who were the protesters? Citizens of the great state of Texas upset at their legislature? Well not so fast partner. Many of the pro-choice protesters came from other states. Referred to as “Orange shirts,” they arrived on buses at the West gate entrance of the Texas Capitol. Texas resident and pro-life activist Morgan McComb said she’s met hundreds of protesters who are from “other states.”

It seems not only were the protesters bussed in but some of them had to be paid for their support. A Craigslist.org ad sought full-time activists to earn $1,300-$2,200 a month to “educate the public and identify new supporters to protect reproductive rights.”

All of this is disturbing enough on its own but it gets worse.

State Rep. Jonathan Stickland has received thousands of tweets with death wishes. One especially horrific tweet expressed the desire for his family to be “raped.”

In a press interview Stickland reported that he was constantly being followed by the protesters. “Everywhere I went, they were tweeting pictures, ‘Stickland’s in the elevator or ‘Stickland’s on the move. It was horrendous. I continue to be very concerned about it.”

State Sen. Donna Campbell received Facebook messages telling her, “I hope you’re raped” and “I hope your daughter’s raped.”

Another protester tweeted: “A woman in Texas could shoot @DavidHDewhurst and use ‘stand your ground’ as a defense. Cause that guy is threatening all women in Texas.”

As terrible as all this may sound to the average reader, I can assure you this is not uncommon. Having seen this all before I am no longer shocked by it.

One of the things that really makes me sick though is how these alleged protesters use children. Very young children were seen carrying signs such as “Every child a wanted child”, “Stay out of my mommy’s vagina”, “Jesus isn’t a d–k, so keep him out of my vagina” and the graphic “If I wanted the government in my womb, I would f*** a senator!”

That these “activities” pass for reasoned debate in the liberal mindset of today is both telling and sad. To show that this sort of behavior continues virtually unchecked consider this.

“Everyone who signed a recall petition has received multiple phone calls, mailers and face- to-face visits in an attempt to get them to remove their name,” said Victor Head, a plumber from Pueblo. “Our small town is now facing Chicago thug tactics by [those] attempting to prevent us from exercising our rights to hold our elected officials accountable for their votes.”

Head is the chief of Pueblo Freedom and Rights. The group is one of three sponsors of a recall petition against Democratic State Sen. Angela Giron for her recent gun control votes. Despite widespread opposition from state residents and law enforcement officials Democrats who control both chambers pushed through a series of radical gun control measures.

Included in the recall effort is state Senate President John Morse.

Colorado Recall Watch, a group dedicated to fighting the recall against Morse, placed a series of robocalls to Colorado Springs residents making the false claim that the recall effort was being spearheaded by outside groups. Another robocall by Colorado Recall Watch made the suggestion that signature gatherers were criminals and encouraged residents to demand they leave their property if they come to the door. “Criminals, convicted of forgery, fraud and even sexual assault – if they are not already, these workers will be in your neighborhood soon,” the call said. The message even suggested residents call the police on the signature gatherers.

Victor Head says the claim that the recall is being spearheaded by out of state interests is a complete fabrication. “No one is out-of-state. I’m sitting in my house. … I was born and raised in this town. All of us on the petition grew up in the area, and everyone involved in this process are long-term residents. Of a total of $25,000 in support we have raised, maybe $1,000 has come from out of state.”

On the other side of this recall it is a much different story. The Washington, D.C.- based Sixteen Thirty Fund has given $35,000 to help Giron fight the recall. Citizens for Integrity and Mainstream Colorado, both Denver-based organizations, donated $20,000 and $15,000 respectively. Also, the American Federation of State, Federal and Municipal Employees union, based in Washington, has contributed $3,500.

After the recall petitions were turned into Secretary of State Scott Gessler’s office, petition signers found themselves the subject of a series of intimidating tactics to get them to recant their signatures for recalling Giron and Morse.

“People who signed the petition received a phone call from a live person asking them if they wanted to remove their signatures from the petition,” Head told reporters. “This was followed up by two different mailers which contained a postcard that people could send back asking for the removal of their signatures from the petition and then after that they sent people to go door-to-door to visit the people who signed the petition.”

Before that tactic could produce results Giron supporters began increasing the pressure to levels approaching harassment.

A voter who signed the petition against Giron, Jim Elson, told the Pueblo Chieftain he was berated by a caller from Pueblo United For Angela.

“An individual called and asked if I remembered signing a petition pertaining to Senator Angela Giron. Of course I remember signing that petition,” Elson replied. “He laughed at me and said, ‘Well, do you know you signed a petition that contained false and fictitious information?’ He then went on to say that I didn’t know what I was signing. “Why do you call me at home and berate me and tell me I’m so misinformed? It was so insulting,” Elson continued.

Voters who signed the petition to recall Morse have received similar phone calls.

Sensing that their efforts to date are failing, attorneys for Morse and Giron have now gone to court. They make the argument that voters did not realize what they were signing, claiming among other things that the wording was not sufficiently clear because voters were asked if Morse and Giron should be recalled but never told that an election would have to be held to do so.

So now, in the eyes of liberal democrats, residents of Colorado not only are not smart enough to run a recall drive but they cannot even grasp the concept that a recall petition, if successful, will call for a new election.

It is a sad truth that today the liberal democrat party will do or say anything to get and maintain power. The administration of the Kenyan little Barry has given us example after example of this tendency. To these people even the law relative. They will use it to promote their agenda or ignore it at will.

One of the hardest lessons we have to learn is that most of the time there is simply no common ground for conservatives and today’s liberals to negotiate on. Meeting in the “middle” is no longer possible. Liberals feel it is their imperative, moral right to tell me how big a soda I can have, how much of and what kind of electricity I can use, what kind of gas mileage my car must get, what kind of health insurance I need, how much I must pay my employees, how much of what I earn I get to keep and what my children must know. Not content to manage their own lives they will insert themselves into my, and your, life at every opportunity.

My grandfather had two great pearls of wisdom that can sum up this column. “No one is as blind as the man who will not see,” and “There is no point in denying the obvious.”

At the end of the day we simply must understand and accept that today’s ruling liberal elite and their RINO republican accomplices seek only the acquisition of power over us. Under the cover of flowery speeches and heartfelt smiles they will slowly but surely bind us in the chains of their compassion.

We ignore grandpa’s advice at our peril.

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12 Reasons why I voted Democrat

I found this letter to the editor and thought it was so good that I just had to pass it on. The sad part it is so true. Thanks James W. Anderson for putting the thoughts of so many into words.Read and enjoy.

12 Reasons why I voted Democrat

I voted democrat so that I can now marry whatever I want to.

I voted democrat because I believe that oil company profits of 4% per gallon of gas is obscene but the government taxing the same gallon at 15% isn’t.

I voted democrat because I believe the government will do a better job of spending the money I earn than I would.

I voted democrat because freedom of speech is fine as long as I agree with what is said and no one is offended by it.

I voted democrat because I am way to irresponsible to own a gun and know that my local police will protect me from murders and thieves.

I voted democrat because I believe that people who cant tell us if it will rain on Friday can tell us that the polar ice caps will melt away in ten years if I don’t start driving a Prius.

I voted democrat because I’m not concerned about millions of babies being aborted as long as we keep all death row inmates alive.

I voted democrat because I think illegal aliens have the right to free health care, education and social security benefits and that we should take away the social security from those who paid into it.

I voted democrat because I believe that businesses should not be allowed to make profits for themselves. They need to break even and give the rest away to the government for redistribution as democrats see fit.

I voted democrat because I believe liberal judges need to rewrite the constitution every few days to suit some fringe kooks who would never get their agendas past the voters.

I voted democrat because I think it is better to pay billions for their oil to people who hate us but not to drill for our own because it might upset some endangered beetle, spotted owl, gopher of fish.

I voted democrat because my head is so firmly misplaced toward the south end of my body; it’s unlikely I’ll ever have another point of view.

James W. Anderson of Talladega, Fl.

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