I moved over here
Wednesday, March 09, 2011
I moved over here
Monday, March 07, 2011
- “If you have friends push it around while making vroom vroom noises, it’s a lot like driving a car.”
- “So frustrating to use it will make you do the greenest thing at all: Kill yourself.”
- “Hopefully in being green it’s the thought that counts.”
- “Get America out of unnecessary wars and into unnecessary cars!”
- “The electric car that will make you want to defile Benjamin Franklin’s grave.”
- “A great backup in case your kid’s Power Wheel gets a flat.”
- “We don’t need to sell you on, because you’re already paying for it as a taxpayer.”
- “Why pollute around you with exhaust when you can pollute far away with coal?”
- “Are we winning the future yet?”
- “Built by the government, so making fun of it is treason and punishable by death.”
- “Sold at a loss… to everyone.”
- “If you don’t buy one, don’t be surprised if you get audited.”
Sunday, March 06, 2011
By: Wayne Leeper
The seeds of revolution are planted and watered by government tyranny. It is the inherent nature of government to grow and assume more and more power. This is not new, but has existed from the beginning. The limit of government power is determined by what the people are willing to tolerate. People, especially the people who founded this nation, correctly understood that the rights of the people came from God, not from the government. The sole legitimate function of the government is the protection of the God-given rights of the people. This concept is firmly embedded in the opening paragraph of our Declaration of Independence.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”
When people are happy and satisfied, there is peace in the land. But as dissatisfaction with their circumstances increase, so does the tendency to revolt. Revolution does not begin in a day, but over an extended period of time. Many people mistakenly believe that the American Revolution began in 1776. The truth is that revolution must first take place in the minds of the people before a shooting revolution can ever begin. In that sense, the American Revolution actually began in 1760 when King George III, along with the British Parliament, began placing more and more restrictions on the American colonist. All revolutions follow the same path. Dissatisfaction becomes discord. Discord becomes resolution. Resolution, if not satisfied, becomes revolution. The American Revolution followed this same path over a period of fifteen years.
Saturday, March 05, 2011
"While Obama says he wants a post-racial American, in fact Obama bitterly clings to bitter clinger stereotypes."
Nancy Morgan: “Was the Economic Crisis Manufactured?”
Eminent historian Paul Johnson on Sarah Palin, the tea party, and 'baddies' from Napoleon to Gadhafi.
A Roadmap for America's Future: Description of the Legislation
BARTLETT, N.H. (AP) -- Call it an attempt to address an obvious political vulnerability.
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney on Saturday derided President Barack Obama's health care law - modeled in some ways after one the ex-governor signed in Massachusetts - as a misguided and egregious effort to seize more power for Washington.
... if you've earned money, saved money, created a business, invested in business, or otherwise made any money... Michael Moore says you're a thief who has stolen from the common people. But where would Michael Moore get the ridiculous idea that anyone is entitled to the money in other people's pockets? We think it came from his lifetime of stealing the food off of other people's plates.
Top 10 States with Highest Tax Rates are Forced Union States
Unions = anachronism
So who are the Bitter Clingers? Seriously...