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Monday, May 15, 2006

Note To Fox: Butt Out of American Affairs

As the President is set to deliver a speech to the nation regarding immigration reform, we have reports that Vicente Fox called President Bush with concerns. Well, in the most diplomatic terms of course, Bush should have told Vicente to butt out. Unfortunately, that was not the case.

The President has an opportunity tonight to turn around his immigration policy and stress border security and enforcement. I am fearful that the President will attempt to throw a bone to the American people and proceed full steam ahead with illegal immigration amnesty. That will be a huge mistake. However, the Bush administration is accustomed to making huge mistakes and tonight will probably be just one more.

Thursday, May 11, 2006

Brokedown Middle Age Male

I haven't been on the blogosphere for over a week. Seems that I am not twenty-five anymore and I pulled a muscle or pinched a nerve while at the fitness center that landed me flat in bed for almost a week. I am still limping and in pain.

The only one that I can think of who is more brokedown than me has to be George Bush. What is happening with this guy?

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

May He Rot In Hell

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

A "Revelation"

U.S. Energy Secretary Sam Bodman said on Tuesday that high gasoline prices which have skyrocketed to a near record are a "crisis" for Americans.

"It is a crisis in the sense of the individual," Bodman told reporters after a meeting with Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi.

Let's hope that Mr. Bodman is not receiving any compensation as Energy Secretary. Gee, we have a crisis. What Mr. Bodman and the President need to be doing is jawboning the oil companies and presenting a comprehensive package of proposals to Congress that will make us not dependent on oil.

Monday, May 01, 2006

Semantics Nuanced to The Max













As the boycotts proceeded across the nation, we have been subjected to the most incredible display of semantics. All the major media called these protests immigration protests and protests for immigration rights. This was also the spin by the illegal alien organizers.

Here's a clue. Immigrants that have legally come into the United States have all the rights that all Americans have. What we are talking about is illegal aliens seeking amnesty. If our politicans fall for this, then we are truly a nation without any leaders.

Sunday, April 30, 2006

Moron of the Week: Gloria Romero














Tomorrow, there is to be a May Day Boycott by illegal aliens across the United States. This is an unbelievable display of chutzpah to say the least.The leaders of this boycott are attempting to make this about immigrant issues but nothing could be farther from the truth.

This boycott is about illegal aliens who are attempting to convince lawmakers to give them amnesty for illegally coming across a country's soverign border.

In sympathy with this attempt,Senate Majority Leader Gloria Romero,D-Los Angeles, initiated and helped to pass a resolution that supports the so called Great American Boycott 2006. Ms. Romero truly qualifies for Moron of the Week.

Friday, April 28, 2006

Book Him Danno

Thursday, April 27, 2006

A Big Headed Hypocrite














Ted Kennedy says the right things to his liberal constituents. He is for alternative fuel sources, against big oil, and greed. However, when he is faced with the opportunity to do something, Mr. Hypocrite draws the line.

Seems that the big headed Senator is opposed to Cape Wind that would build windmills and as the project states "use the clean,inexhaustable power of wind to provide three-quarters of the Capes and Islands' electricity." Only problem is that it would be located off Nantucket Sound and in view of the "Big Head's" mansion.

So it is being held up by this Senator because he doesn't like the view. Greenpeace has put out an interesting ad that illustrates the situation succinctly.

Greenpeace Ad

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

President Can't Get No Satisfaction

You know the President's popularity is low when a has been rocker won't give up his room for the President of the United States. Seems that is exactly what fish lips rocker Mick Jagger did to the President. The veteran rocker hired the luxury Royal Suite at the five-star Imperial Hotel in Vienna, Austria, for June when the Stones are due to play a gig in the city.It happens that the President has a summit meeting there and had requested the room. The ever defiant rocker said no and I guess the President will have to look for a Motel 6.

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

President's Speech "Corny"

President Bush today attempted to tell the American people that he felt their pain.It may not be enough. He did talk about making ethanol from corn but it seemed half hearted at best. He outlined several actions that he will take but they all do not get to the heart of the problem. As stated before, I think we need a revolution or as some have termed it another Manhattan project to rid us of the dependence on oil.

We as a nation have the technology and the resources to develop alternatives and do it in a relatively short time. We just need politicians with the vision to launch us into the next significant development in our country. Anything less will have us subject to greedy oil interests and Mideast countries.

Monday, April 24, 2006

President Just Doesn't Get It

As the President's poll numbers continue to decline, we have the President in California telling the American people that our borders are secure and that we should accept amnesty for illegal immigrants. He also tells us that he feels our pain regarding gas prices but has no solutions.

It is clear that the President just does not get it and it appears that his administration is not going to make any meaningful policy changes. The American people are fed up with the lack of inaction and their message will be heard at the election booth soon.

Sunday, April 23, 2006

Moron of the Week: Osama bin Laden
















This week's Moron of the Week is easy. It has to be the terrorist,murderer,and coward bin Laden. He issued a litany of diatribes today on Al Jazeera television. The surprising thing is that anyone listens to this terrorist thug,

Saturday, April 22, 2006

Talk Is Cheap

"We firmly stand today for resolving the problems in and around Tehran diplomatically rather than militarily. Increasing international pressure on Iran has no prospects," Russian foreign minister Ozerov was quoted as saying by the Interfax news agency.

Well,we now know where China and Russia stand in the continuing efforts to get Iran to stop its nuclear ambitions. And where is the President in all this? Did he make the point to tell Chinese President Hu that the threat of military action should be left on the table in order to deal with Iran? Has be communicated that with Putin?

How many rounds of negotiations does it take with Iran to understand that we are dealing with evil and not pragmatic or rational people? Talk is cheap and there seems to be plenty of that when it comes to Iran.

Friday, April 21, 2006

A New Revolution














The launch of the Sputnik satellite by the Soviet Union in 1957 sparked a technological revolution in the United States that subsequently resulted in a launch of a satellite by the U.S. in 1958. This carried through to the first man on the moon missions by the United States in the late 1960s.

It is time for the President and/or Congress to declare a new revolution that will end our dependence on oil. By 2007, 100 percent of all new Brazilian cars may be able to run on 100 percent ethanol. Brazilian sugar-cane-fed biorefineries will be capable of producing sufficient ethanol to fuel new and old cars alike. There must be leadership on this critical issue. Why are we as Americans being left behind?

It can be done if there is the will to do so. We as Americans must demand this. It is time.

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Interesting Headlines

Former Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry said on Thursday he was seriously thinking about another White House bid in 2008 and will decide before the year is out. "I will make that decision toward the end of the year, but I'm thinking about it hard," Kerry said in response to a question at the Latin Economic Forum at the United Nations.
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If the government doesn't build security fencing along the Mexico border, Minuteman border watch leader Chris Simcox says he and his supporters will. Simcox, whose civilian watch group opposes illegal immigration, said Wednesday he was sending an ultimatum to President Bush to deploy military reserves to the Arizona border by May 25 or his supporters will break ground for their own building project. "We're going to show the federal government how easy it is to build these security fences, how inexpensively they can be built when built by private people and free enterprise," Simcox said.
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Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez on Wednesday again raised the specter of U.S. designs to oust him and promised that his government will blow up his country's oil fields if the United States should ever attack. U.S. officials have repeatedly denied any military plans against Chavez, but also call him a threat to stability in the region.
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