Archive for October 2009
Halloween is yet another pagan event which was co-opted by Christianity in order to control it. The History Channel has some interesting information on its site.
The odd thing is that Halloween has lately been as much an excuse for adults to have costume parties as it has been for children to collect a month’s supply of sugar highs.
If you have bad weather and whiny children, wistar has a themed site which will entertain them for a while.
It seems I’m not the only one thinking the H1N1 panic is a creation of the Obama Administration.
Do you know anyone who has actually had H1N1? I don’t. Do you even know anyone who knows someone who has had it? Me neither.
At what point do you put out a sign which reads “Pandemic government hysterics barred from the premises”? And we’re supposed to think the same fools who screamed PANDEMIC!!!! and couldn’t check in with manufacturers often enough to know how many doses would be available can be trusted with the management of everyone’s health care? (Except, of course, Congress and all federal employees, who will continue to enjoy their taxpayer funded, gold-plated Cadillac care.)
Now that we have Pelosi’s 1990 page epic plus Reid’s pile, call your Congress critters and tell them NO. Suggest they do something inexpensive and effective, such as clamping down on frivolous lawsuits, allowing health insurance sales across state lines, making health savings accounts easier to navigate- — you know the drill. Get to it.
New Jersey Democrats are terrified about the gubernatorial race, so they’re doing exactly as you would expect — putting a convenient fix in place just in case the luminous, repeated presence of His Oneness and all the behind-the-scenes help of his staff aren’t sufficient to convince Jersey voters to re-elect Mr. More-of-the-Same.
Wait a few more hours and someone will blame this on global warming — no , no, it’s climate change now, isn’t it? They have to cover all temperature variations, you know, because stupid old Earth has stubbornly refused to get any warmer since 1998.
Happy 40th birthday to the Internet, a military invention which I once thought might free us from an encroaching government. I’m hoping for a guest post on this sometime later, and will update then.
Do you think it Is unreasonable to ask the citizenship status of those filling out the census? Democrats do, more particularly what’s being described as a “coalition of black, Latino and Asian” Democrats, who falsely claim that Republicans don’t want to county everybody. Read Andy McCarthy’s explanatory post at The Corner.
And then consider just how seriously any of the Democrats have taken their many oaths of office. Most of the states with high illegal immigrant rates are under Democrat control. They depend on wrongly inflated population numbers to get more federal dollars and to retain undue influence.
His Oneness made a midnight visit to Dover, Delaware to pay tribute to the troops returning in caskets. Of course, Obama could get his photo snapped there, because he lifted the ban on photos. His claim about the trip is demonstrably false, because if he were so concerned about the troops, he would send them what they need to accomplish the mission. I’m not alone in thinking this.
If you’ll remember, when he went to Germany to make his citizen-of-the-world campaign speech, he was going to visit US military personnel in hospital there, but no photos were allowed, and his schedule suddenly allowed little time for the visit.
Obama went to Dover to help himself, not to show respect for the dead, because he has already given the military more than ample reason to distrust him. If he does the sort of half-measures in Afghanistan that Senators John Kerry and Carl Levin are mouthing off about, he will succeed in reminding voters that liberals see the military as a place to conduct social engineering and pay for pet pork projects —-merely another chess piece to be shoved around the political board.
Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld made many trips to hospitals where they actually visited wounded troops, and the media rarely reported even the few it new about. I’m fortunate enough to know a couple of who received such visits, and to a man they appreciated that the visits were personal, not for media consumption, and they found their visitors astonishingly approachable.
I recently contacted them again to see what they thought of Cheney’s speaking out on the issues, and they all approved. How liberals, which includes most of the media, really feel about the military is nicely illustrated in this joke.