Thursday, July 31, 2008

Do you have air in your

Obama has air in his HEAD! Here we go again, the "savior" telling us exactly what we should be doing because we, the lowly little people, are just too damn stupid to figure it out on our own...sigh...

Obama says:

There are things you can do individually, though, to save energy. Making sure your tires are properly inflated — simple thing. But we could save all the oil that they’re talking about getting off drilling — if everybody was just inflating their tires? And getting regular tune-ups? You’d actually save just as much!

What CRAP! How the hell do people fall for this nonsense? Apparently, some ARE, in fact that damn STUPID!

Yep...its a good thing "B. Hussein Obama, Savior of us all" is smart enough to tell us the above...screw drilling for oil and increasing supply...oh no, we just need more "AIR!" (Course, that air has to be free of carbon dioxide or Global Warming will get although you may ensure the four tires on your SUV are filled to the appropriate capacity, you still can't drive the carbon "footprint" left in its wake will cause the next earthquake, flood, tornado, hurricane and whatever else the looney left can think of!)

Friday, July 25, 2008

America, you are in danger. Do not forget history.

A lie told often enough becomes truth.

Man made Global Warming, Newsweeks 1975 report on Global Cooling, Dead oceans in 10 years(10 years ago), Bird Flu.

Democracy is indispensable to socialism

Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid: $1.23 trillion 2008 Every year. Second Amendment bans. Food Bans. Smoking Bans. Etc.

Fascism is capitalism in decay
Second Amendment bans. Food Bans. Smoking Bans. Etc.

Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted (Give us the child for 8 years and it will be a Bolshevik forever)

Department of Education, Public Schools.

If Socialism can only be realized when the intellectual development of all the people permits it, then we shall not see Socialism for at least five hundred years

Department of Education, Public Schools.

It is true that liberty is precious - so precious that it must be rationed

Taxes, Second Amendment bans. Food Bans. Smoking Bans. Etc.

One man with a gun can control 100 without one.

Second Amendment bans.

Our program necessarily includes the propaganda of atheism

Liberalism, Darwinism, Public Schools, Banning religious monumnets on public ground, Ten Commandments Case, Judge Roy Moore.

The goal of socialism is communism

Kelo, Taxes, Second Amendment bans. Food Bans. Smoking Bans. Etc.

The press should be not only a collective propagandist and a collective agitator, but also a collective organizer of the masses

CNN, MSNBC, New York Times, Media Matters, Huffington Post, Air America, CBS, NBC, ABC, etc.

The way to crush the bourgeoisie is to grind them between the millstones of taxation and inflation

Chicago, IL 10.2% sales tax. Highest in the Nation. 1/3 of pay check goes to taxes. Federal, State, and Local tax, Sales tax, Estate tax, Inheritance Tax, etc.

When there is state there can be no freedom, but when there is freedom there will be no state

Kelo, Taxes, Second Amendment bans. Food Bans. Smoking Bans. Etc.

All of the above, in bold, are quotes from Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. They do apply to the US.


Isn't it this rich..."Ahhnold", steroid boy, telling us what we can and can't eat! And worse yet...some stupid legistrative woman trying to push a bill that would limit the number of fast food restaurants in Los Angeles??? This state is turning to a completely government run, babysitting, enforcing of THEIR will upon the people, STATE! Its outrageous, disgusting and I for one am MAD!

I am so sick of politicians telling us, the people of the US, that we are too damn stupid to think for ourselves and do what we need to do to take care of our own families! This just demonstrates more of the "you need us" mentality that has warped our state AND federal governments within BOTH parties! When are people going to finally get fed up???

Schwarzenegger Terminates Trans Fat in Calif.
California Becomes the First State to Ban Trans Fats
July 25, 2008 —

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has made it official: California will be the first trans-fat free state in the nation.

All-natural palm, rice and soybean oils will soon be king, and life in the Golden State will be forever altered.

The California legislature pushed the bill through last week, and Schwarzenegger signed it into law Friday, July 25.

The ban will require food providers to begin phasing out trans fat oils by July 1, 2009. Thereafter, noncompliance with the ban will result in fines of up to $1,000.

Trans unsaturated fatty acids are the partially hydrogenated oils that result from a chemical process producing solid fats with a longer shelf life.

These so-called "trans fats" were once thought to be healthier than butter, but research in the last decade has shown that they are much more harmful to health than had been believed. According to the American Heart Association, trans unsaturated fatty acids are medically proven to increase the risk of coronary heart disease by raising bad cholesterol (LDL) levels and reducing good cholesterol levels (HDL).

With more than half a million Americans dying each year from heart disease, the switch may be coming not a moment too soon.

(And Lord knows, we the people are just too damn stupid and ignorant to know what's not good for us or what we should be doing to lower our OWN risk for heart disease, right?? )

This ban comes on the heels of the New York City's prohibition on trans fats in restaurants, which took full effect on July 1. But the wheels began turning in California before the Big Apple's eateries sought substitutes for their deep fryers.

Tiburon, a northern California town of about 8,700 people, has boasted trans fat-free restaurants since 2004. All 18 restaurants turned away, rather effortlessly and voluntarily, from partially hydrogenated oils at the urging of a lawyer, Steven Joseph, and his task force at

"The change has been very well received by our customers," said Carl Peschlow, owner of Sweden House Bakery in Tiburon. "Those so-called bad fats do, however, give our croissants a little oomph."

Peschlow said that while his bakery made the change relatively early, they still use a "tiny bit" of trans fat in their croissant recipe. Otherwise, Peschlow said, "the croissants just look like fat pancakes."

When New York City turned its attention to trans fats, they looked to Joseph's Project Tiburon for guidance. Joseph, a California transplant from Washington D.C., also led the fight against Kraft in 2003, asking the food giant to "cease and desist marketing and selling Oreo cookies to children in the State of California" until the popular chocolate sandwich cookie contained zero trans fats.

Kraft caved and has since become a leader in the industry, reducing or eliminating trans fats in 650 of its products. "Clearly that's what people wanted and that's what they care about," said Susan Davison, Kraft's director of corporate affairs.

Joseph and his team also prompted McDonalds to re-think its use of trans fats, and today Wendy's has gone completely trans fat-free. (California staple In-N-Out Burger has never used trans fats since opening in 1948.)

The California Restaurant Association along with other organizations has led the charge against the ban, claiming that many restaurants are making the shift without the government's help.

Chains including Taco Bell, Denny's, Burger King, Olive Garden, El Pollo Loco and Red Lobster have voluntarily pledged to fully or partially eliminate trans fats in their kitchens.

Read more of this disgusting story here

Beware...cause very soon they, our saviors in government, will be going after the grocery stores next and all the processed foods carried in them!!! All you Costco "heat and eat" mom's better be careful...soon will be arrested for giving your kids microwaved chicken nuggets!!!!

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Going to visit Iraq wasn't "unfair," BUT...

Going to show your gratitude, respect and honor to those who have been wounded defending your "RIGHT" to never mind the simple fact that B. Hussein Obama is STILL a US Senator and should be ALWAYS be ready, willing and able to show his respect to the troops!!!

Obama scraps visit to wounded troops

Jul 24 04:09 PM US/Eastern

BERLIN (AP) - Sen. Barack Obama scrapped plans to visit wounded members of the armed forces in Germany as part of his overseas trip, a decision his spokesman said was made because the Democratic presidential candidate thought it would be inappropriate on a campaign-funded journey.

The spokesman, Robert Gibbs, said Thursday that Obama made his decision out of respect for the servicemen and women, but Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign immediately criticized the move.

"Barack Obama is wrong. It is never inappropriate to visit our men and women in the military," said Brian Rogers, a spokesman for the Republican contender.

Read further here

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Well YEA! All it took was President Bush lifting the executive order...

Just think how much MORE the prices would drop if the lame duck Congress actually did the same thing???

Didn't we learn all this back in 1982 when President Reagan lifted the price controls and regulations on petroleum? If we demonstrate that we are going to increase our domestic supply...the price indeed will drop, even if it takes us 10 or more years to actually GET the oil out! sick of Dem's and that fourth branch of government, the enviroMENTAL wacos!

By the way, did you know that the state of California uses up MORE gasoline than ANY ONE NATION in the world?

WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP) - Republican John McCain on Wednesday credited the recent $10-a-barrel drop in the price of oil to President Bush's lifting of a presidential ban on offshore drilling, an action he has been advocating in his presidential campaign. The cost of oil and gasoline is "on everybody's mind in this room," McCain told a town-hall meeting.

He criticized Democratic rival Barack Obama for opposing drilling on the Outer Continental Shelf.

Bush recently lifted the executive order banning offshore drilling that his father put in place in 1990. He also asked Congress to lift its own moratorium on oil exploration on the outer continental shelf which includes coastal waters as close as three miles from shore.

"The price of oil dropped $10 a barrel," said McCain, who argued that the psychology of lifting the ban has affected world markets.

The White House didn't go that far. Presidential spokeswoman Dana Perino said the price drop also could reflect diminished demand.

"I don't know if we fully deserve the credit," Perino said.

"We don't predict what happens in the market," she said. "We can't really tell. Certainly, taking that action would send a signal that at least the executive branch is serious about moving forward and increasing the supply we have in America."

There are 42 gallons in each barrel.

A barrel of light, sweet crude fell $1.86 to $126.56 on the New York Mercantile Exchange. That's down from more than $140 a barrel earlier in the summer.

McCain also said Obama's Iraq policies amount to "unconditional withdrawal." His criticism of his Democratic rival has heated up as Obama has drawn the lion's share of attention over the past few days for his visit to Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel and other destinations.

McCain said Obama's plan to withdraw U.S. troops over a 16-month period "could lead to a resurgence in our enemies, and we would have to come back."

Under a McCain presidency, the Arizona senator said, "we will never have to go back. We will have won this conflict."

Read further here

Monday, July 21, 2008

No... There's No Such Thing as Media BIAS...

Especially not in that well respected and honorable news source, (hold your nose) The New York Times!

McCain Campaign Says New York Times Blocked Op-Ed Response to Obama
Monday, July 21, 2008

The New York Times on Friday blocked an opinion piece submitted by John McCain to the newspaper shortly after it printed a piece by his Democratic rival, Barack Obama, McCain campaign officials confirmed to FOX News on Monday.

Obama’s piece detailed his plans for Iraq and Afghanistan. While McCain’s proposed piece also discussed Iraq, The Times told McCain’s advisers that it would not accept the op-ed in its current form because it did not offer new information. Obama’s speech previewed a series of speeches leading up to a highly publicized trip to war zones in the Middle East.

“I’d be very eager to publish the senator on the op-ed page. However, I’m not going to be able to accept this piece as currently written. I’d be pleased, though, to look at another draft. Let me suggest an approach,” Times op-ed editor David Shipley wrote the campaign via an e-mail later distributed by McCain’s team.

“It would be terrific to have an article from Senator McCain that mirrors Senator Obama’s piece. To that end, the article would have to articulate, in concrete terms, how Senator McCain defines victory in Iraq. It would also have to lay out a clear plan for achieving victory — with troops levels, timetables and measures for compelling the Iraqis to cooperate. And it would need to describe the Senator’s Afghanistan strategy, spelling out how it meshes with his Iraq plan,” Shipley wrote.

McCain campaign Communications Director Jill Hazelbaker said the two candidates “have very different world views” about Iraq and the campaign wanted an opportunity to state its candidate’s view.

“We have elections in this country, not coronations and it’s unfortunate that The New York Times wouldn’t allow their readers to hear from John McCain and make their own judgment,” Hazelbaker told FOX News.

Read Further Here

Friday, July 18, 2008

Proposed George W. Bush Sewage Plant makes ballot

SAN FRANCISCO - A measure seeking to commemorate President Bush's years in office by slapping his name on a San Francisco sewage plant has qualified for the November ballot.

The measure certified Thursday would rename the Oceanside Water Pollution Control Plant the George W. Bush Sewage Plant.

Local Republicans say the plan stinks and they will oppose it.

The Rest Here

Here is what I say to this bit of class:

Thursday, July 17, 2008

What a bunch of
S.F. fires up two-pronged attack on smoking

Notice it is only the communist politicans and activist groups who are pushing this agenda. The average people are too busy trying to buy $4.50 a gallon gasoline because the same communists refuse to let us get more oil. WE told you all that when it comes to the Communists in America, if you give them an inch, they will take 10 miles. Time to sweep them OUT of this nation once and for all and I swear, I will one day blow smoke through the hollowed out skulls of these people.
(07-15) 20:23 PDT -- Smokers would find it harder to buy their cigarettes and light up in public under two proposals under consideration by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors.

Mayor Gavin Newsom has proposed prohibiting tobacco sales in pharmacies, including Walgreens and Rite Aid. The city's public health chief said the proposal is modeled after rules in eight provinces in Canada but has not been tried anywhere in the United States.

Supervisor Chris Daly has proposed legislation that would vastly limit areas where people can smoke.

Gone would be smoking in all businesses and bars, which now make an exception for owner-operated ones.

Gone too would be lighting up in taxicabs and rental cars, city-owned vehicles, farmers' markets, common areas of apartment buildings, tourist hotels, tobacco shops, charity bingo games, unenclosed dining areas, waiting areas such as lines at an ATM or movie theater, and anywhere within 20 feet of entrances to private, nonresidential buildings.

Mitch Katz, director of the Department of Public Health, said he strongly supports both measures - even if they are angering business owners who say it's one more example of San Francisco City Hall overstepping its bounds.

"Tobacco remains the No. 1 cause of preventable death in the U.S. - period," he said. "It's government's responsibility to protect people from obvious risks."

Surprisingly, San Francisco is far behind some Bay Area cities in the fight against tobacco. The American Lung Association assigned letter grades this year to 108 Bay Area cities depending on whether they were successfully curbing secondhand smoke exposure in housing, recreation areas, outdoor dining, entryways and outdoor service areas.

Only Belmont, Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, unincorporated parts of Contra Costa County and Ross earned A grades. San Francisco scored a D.

S.F. 'way out of date'
Karen Licavoli, vice president of programs for the anti-tobacco nonprofit Breathe California and member of San Francisco's Tobacco Free Coalition, said Daly's proposals would place San Francisco among the top few cities in the state when it comes to limiting secondhand smoke.

"San Francisco's way out of date," she said. "That's why it's critical we get this law passed without amendments that water it down."

The proposed ban on pharmacies selling tobacco was approved by the Health Commission on Tuesday, and it would take effect Oct. 1 if it's approved by the supervisors. Violators would face fines of $100 to $1,000. It would apply only to pharmacies and not to grocery stores or big-box stores like Costco that also sell tobacco products and have pharmacies inside them.

Katz said the entire population patronizes grocery stores and big-box stores, but the sick are more likely to use pharmacies and are likely to be suffering from diseases exacerbated by tobacco products.

Calls Tuesday to the headquarters of Walgreens and Rite Aid were not returned.

Michael Sharpe, president of United Food and Commercial Workers Local No. 648, represents workers at stores such as Walgreens and said it's not fair to have some rules for their businesses and other rules for grocery stores and big-box stores.

"I'm a nonsmoker. I hate smoking," he said. "But if you're really looking to change behavior, you're not going to be able to do it by changing the venue people buy (cigarettes) in."

Daly refused to talk to The Chronicle about his measure. His legislative aide, Lena Gomes, said business owners would have to post signs about the law and make sure their customers follow it.

Firm's owner would call cops
Gomes said the owner wouldn't have to physically remove the smoker if he or she doesn't comply, but would be responsible for calling the police. The fine would be against the smoker, not the business, and could be $500, she said.

"We don't want to put anyone out of business," she said. "We're just saying there's enough scientific evidence that there is no safe place for secondhand smoke."

Carol Piasente, spokeswoman for the Chamber of Commerce, said it's not fair to make business owners police patrons. She added that many city blocks have stores so tightly packed together, a smoker would not be able to find anywhere that's more than 20 feet away from a business entrance.

"It seems to be a solution that hasn't been thought out in terms of its consequences and how it would actually work," she said.

Smokers gathered outside the city's Main Library on Tuesday weren't happy with the idea, either.

"They've banned enough places for people to smoke," said Joey Juchemich, 33. "Pretty soon it's going to be illegal to smoke anywhere but your own home."

To get involved
Both pieces of anti-tobacco legislation will be heard by the Board of Supervisors' city operations and neighborhood services committee at 1 p.m. Thursday at City Hall, Room 263.

The Rest Here


What a rich, elitist hypocrite. And these are Obamas people! Typical though of the social anarchists in America. They should be swept out of the nation ASAP.

TIM Robbins' and Susan Sarandon's mission to protect the poor and needy doesn't apply to their Greenwich Village neighborhood. The Oscar-winning liberals recently attended a Landmarks Preservation Commission hearing to oppose St. Vincent's plea to build a new, larger hospital on West 12th Street, three blocks from their home. This despite their support of causes like UNICEF and Champions for Children. "The hospital provides $40 million in care to the indigent every year," one proponent told us. "Robbins dismissed more than 100 people rallying in support of the hospital - low-income, union workers and veterans of the AIDS crisis - as 'those people out there.' "

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Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Obama Says "Worry about your child learning Spanish!"

I you think Obama is gonna push for a government program that mandates that every American MUST now learn Spanish?!

So much for uniting the US with English and establishing the "American" culture...sigh...

Then again, Obama, at the time, was speaking to the LULAC, the League of Latin American Citizens, so perhaps he was doing what he does best, PANDERING to the crowd! I am sure, once again (as we have seen so many times already), in the next couple of days, we will hear his campaign backtracking and "clarifying" what he meant when he made this STUPID and OUTRAGEOUS comment!

Monday, July 07, 2008

I guess the MSM has nothing to do with this huh?

Most people don't even know what the actual definition of a recession is, so I will share it:

Recession: A period of general economic decline; specifically, a decline in GDP for two or more consecutive quarters.

Of course, we have not yet experienced a decline in ever ONE quarter, let alone two...but the lovely MSM keeps pushing the thoughts of "recession" in their coverage and their constant "doom and gloom" outlook. Course, unemployment is still very low, consumer buying is still going strong and despite the fact that real estate has dropped in many locations, people are still buying! In fact, the lower prices has just encouraged those who couldn't afford to buy a year or more ago, to do so now! (You know...the market is actually taking care of itself!)

Despite all of that though...the MSM continues their sad predictions for the end of life as we know it!!!!

July 7th, 2008
3/4 of Americans see recession

Posted: 12:25 PM ET

NEW YORK ( — Most Americans still think the economy is in a recession, according to a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll released Monday.

In a telephone poll of over 1,000 adult Americans, 75 percent said they believe the nation is now in a recession. That figure was 79 percent in April and 74 percent in March. The sampling error for each poll was plus or minus 3 percentage points, meaning the results are statistically unchanged.

Read the rest of the blurb here

Thursday, July 03, 2008

Happy Birthday America!!
"My God! How little do my countrymen know what precious blessings they are in possession of, and which no other people on earth enjoy!"
~Thomas Jefferson

"America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves."
~Abraham Lincoln

"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free."
~ Ronald Reagan

"(W)e here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain; that this nation of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth."
~Abe Lincoln

"Our citizenship in the United States is our national character. Our citizenship in any particular state is only our local distinction. By the latter we are known at home, by the former to the world. Our great title is AMERICANS!"
~ Thomas Paine

"Over the years, the United States has sent many of its fine young men and women into great peril to fight for freedom beyond our borders. The only amount of land we have ever asked for in return is enough to bury those that did not return."
~Colin Powell

"These are the times that try men's souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman."
~ Thomas Paine

"Americanism means the virtues of courage, honor, justice, truth, sincerity, and hardihood -- the virtues that made America."
~ Teddy Roosevelt

"You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children (America), the last best hope of man on earth, or we will sentence them to take the first step into a thousand years of darkness. If we fail, at least let our children and our children's children say of us we justified our brief moment here. We did all that could be done."
~ Ronald Reagan

"I shall know but one country. The ends I aim at shall be my country’s, my God’s and Truth’s. I was born an American; I live an American; I shall die an American."
~ Daniel Webster

"Sure I wave the American flag. Do you know a better flag to wave? Sure I love my country with all her faults. I'm not ashamed of that, never have been, never will be."
~ John Wayne

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