Tuesday, March 30, 2010

A Note To Eric's Friends...

Eric has been very ill as of late and been hospitalized. Your prayers are welcome. He will return home but when is uncertain. He asked me to post the message that he will be back soon and thanks all for their thoughts. With God's help and the right diagnosis, we hope to have him home after Easter.

Brenda Graff.

Thursday, March 25, 2010


He Did What? Our President has gone too far. I’m done playing Mr. Nice Guy with this perverted politician. It’s not enough he wants to destroy our capitalist based society with a socialist state, now he turns and walks away from our greatest mid-east ally. I don’t care who knows it, reads it or says I said it, this president has to go. He has no concept of foreign affairs. He has no honor, no sense of right and wrong when it comes to relations with friendly allies or enemies of the state. He’s hasn’t the balls to stand up to Iran yet he turns his back on Israel.

This loser needs to be shown the door
and it can’t happen soon enough.


What's this he's reading, written by a Muslim and talking about the “post modern America”?

                                               Boy… I cannot wait till this poser is GONE!!

Thursday, March 18, 2010


Gallup has a new poll out showing the Presidents approval rating has now tanked and he is at a point, 14 months into his first term, where all his political capital is being spent on one thing: Healthcare. I question the mind of a man who would place all the eggs in the healthcare basket. Time after time I have debated those who want this to become law and no one has ever come to a point where they really believe any of what Obama says will happen in this bill, they just believe in the idea of government run healthcare. When you ask folks will it save costs, they say yes. Then you ask them if it will raise premiums, they say yes. So when you ask them how this makes healthcare more affordable, they come unglued.

Now this new Gallup poll has Obama’s approval rating, for the first time, upside down. Forty seven percent now disapprove of the way Obama is handling the country and 46% approve. When you look deeper at the question, it’s much more ominous for the President. But when you look at a poll like Rasmussen, you get a much clearer picture because it asks for the “strength of sentiment” behind peoples answers. The approval/ disapproval ratings in the respective polls are the same, and you may say they are very close, but look at the sentiment numbers and that idea melts into mush. Of the 47% that disapprove, 43% feel strongly he is screwing things up while only 23% of the 46% feel strongly he is doing well.

Those surrounding the president are doing him a huge disservice. Biden is the worst VP I have ever lived to see. His gaffes in Ireland and Israel this week are just the latest in a long line of blunders too numerous and brainless to mention, but the man is a ball and chain to Obama and reflects the type of people he has in his inner circle: They are intellectuals but they know nothing about public sentiment or public relations. From gifting to bowing to blessings for Irish leaders who are alive but should rest in peace, these clowns, if Republicans, would be labeled worse than Bush, but alas, they are not, so the complicit press smooth’s things over for them, and forgets the gaffs and amplifies the good for the sake of their messiah. But like welfare, the press is complicit in making the president a laughing stock and a late night punch-line for Leno and Letterman.

The press loves to tell us about the fractured Republicans and how they are not together, but say nothing about a hugely divided left which is now clinging to power by their fingernails while being asked to fall on their swords for a nose diving president for the sake of a horrible healthcare bill.

If he can’t get this bill done, his coalition falls apart and every blue dog democrat will run from this president, the far left will do the same, and his coattails will evaporate. Their hopes for card check for unions, immigration reform, cap and trade and any other of the things left on their lefty agenda will vaporize before their eyes.

These are the echo’s of the call for revolution fueling the tea party movement. I’m glad I’m in it. I’m down for the fight, and I can’t wait for their arms to drop so we can deliver the final blow. They won handily some 16 months ago, but oh, how the mighty have fallen.

Friday, March 12, 2010


First boat.... First launch...NOW we're fishin'!!
And he votes too!!
Wow, drove right into the gene pool...

Wednesday, March 10, 2010


You lefties are just blind…and blind is your good trait. You sit and suck Bill Minnich juice all the live long day blissfully boasting how accurate you are and how dishonest right wingers are. Well now you can just shut up, and I mean it, because you were wrong.


You were the ones who said the government owning 60% of GM was nothing more than an effort to help them get back on solid financial ground. You told us this was not socialism. You told us it’s just temporary and soon they would be back on their own two feet making cars Americans want. Those who spewed this bile are now tasting it for a second time because if you haven’t noticed, you are about to lick the litter box and enjoy the crap cakes Billy has baked for you.

Ford finished first in auto sales in February. This is a landmark event. They beat GM by just 55 units, but beat them none the less. Four years ago Ford stock was JUNK!! The turnaround is nothing short of incredible.

Ford also took no government money.

GM is trying to woo disenchanted Toyota owners now. I’m not going into the acceleration recall that everyone knows about. I see no need. When Obama took over GM he said “We don’t want to be in the car business.” All you need to know is Government Motors is capitalizing on Toyota’s pain. GM sent out a mailer to Toyota owners filled with incentives to trade in their Toyota and by a GM vehicle.

Toyota is livid, and rightfully so. Your tax dollars are now paying for a smear/fear campaign against another company that produces cars in America. Mailers have been sent out by GM to Toyota owners with a message on the envelope which reads, “Important Recall Information Enclosed!” but when you open the envelope it is nothing more than information that uses fear and manipulative language to get people to trade in their Toyota for a GM vehicle. Toyota says these are predatory incentives used against Toyota for GM gain. (Think Chicago Politics folks) These mailings and every word printed in them are funded by AMERICAN TAX PAYERS!!

Toyota employs hundreds of thousands of Americas. But let’s set that aside for a minute. Lets forget they employ hundreds of thousands of Americas.

Lets take the argument over wether or not Toyota is a company that makes cars in America and if it is or is not an American car company.

Let’s also forget the recall for the sake of argument. Just set those aside for a moment.

What has happened over the last 16 months is just unreal. Here you have a government owned company competing with privately owned companies. If the recall had been a Ford recall, how would that make you feel? The government slamming Ford and telling you to buy GM cars and trade your Ford in because we don’t want you getting hurt or worse driving their cars and trucks. Now how do you feel?

Is it right for the government to be targeting private companies? You could make the case between Fed Ex and the Post Office….Maybe. But that’s a stretch. But here you have one arm of the government regulating what Toyota should do with this recall, and another arm of government being a competitor of Toyota and making cars and trucks. No conflict of interest there?

So government (Obama) ownership of a car company is not socialist? Then why has there not been an effort to sell the stock back to GM: Particularly a company that is in an extremely competitive business? These three companies were literally in a dead heat for sales. Ford won by 55 cars!

I predict they will not sell the stock back, EVER! Why? Because Obama is trying to take over aspects of our entire economy: Look at healthcare!!!

Here’s a question for all you liberals out there, and I DARE YOU TO ANSWER IT!!!

If the government is willing to do what it is doing right now to Toyota, what will it do to privet insurance companies that it is in direct competition with, once it takes over healthcare?

There are some who would have no problem with this. There is a word for you:


Tuesday, March 9, 2010


Are you not happy that our faith is under attack? Is it not delightful that our quest for Christ is harassed and condemned? I am joyful and we all should be. It is in times such as these where men and women of God must defend their faith. If you are a Christian and you cannot defend The Bible, then you are ill prepared for battle, for the world waits to ambush those who are fragile and flimsy of Faith. This goes hand in hand with defending our country. Why? Because our country, wether or not you believe it, was founded on Christian laws and morals.
When liberals won the White House 16 months ago, they did so by moving to the center, in essence saying they would govern from the middle, but we all know the vapor that is. As John Adams said, facts are stubborn things, and in this case, facts are a stinging subzero gale in the faces of liberal lawmakers from Washington to state legislatures to small town America. Most certainly America has grown cynical of both parties, and the real reason is simple: To see if you listen to what is being said in town halls across the land. The democrats big mistake was the nominating a person they knew could win, but not lead: An empty suit. This President is not a leader any more than he is a follower. The phrase “In trying to please all he has pleased none” is beginning to stick to Obama like a poorly placed tattoo. For weeks, behind closed doors, words have leaked out that Obama continues asking his party to pass healthcare reform to save his presidency, as if it were some silver bullet to get him a second term, if not a second wind. But the facts are stubborn things, and his parties’ ostentation to his plea proves this out. Never has one party had so much power and done so little with it. Now, having lost the filibuster proof majority in the Senate, they wish to reconcile a bill a vast majority of Americans nether want or approve of. And the longer the debate, the worse it gets, and the more pain Democrats experience. The wisdom ascertained from this pain haunts the Presidents plea. With their carriers on the line, they are asked to fall on their leaders’ sword and save a lost liberals office. So, do they play follow the leader, or do they say he has no cloths?

Republicans can rejoice, for John McCain has now become the poster child of what the Republican Party must never be: Centrist. For if you come from the right and move to the center the pendulum of public opinion smacks you dead between the…eyes…and you find yourself in a place called “No Mans Land.”

Reagan knew this. He knew if the party returned to its’ primary principles, democrats’ time in the White House would be short lived. After his loss to Carter, he held a meeting with the heads of his campaign, telling them, “You should be of good cheer my friends. Democrats win the White House when they campaign as moderates, but once in office they find it impossible to do so even if they want to because the unions and their congressional leadership won’t let them.” And they begin to enact policies which increase public uncertainty and handicap job creation.

Reagan said this again in 1993 after Bill Clinton began to govern from the left after running as a moderate. He told Republican leaders it would not fly with the voters. He was right, and in late 1994, the Republicans took over the House for the first time in forty years.

“Well, there you go again…”

And here we go again. All the pundits who say the tent must be bigger, all the Powel’s who say we must moderate, all the McCain’s who tell us we must reach across the isle, are nothing but losers pushing an adrift agenda. They are wrong. And the Tea Party movement proves this out. Democrats and Republicans alike attend these Tea Parties and town hall meetings fed up with the Fed and the fraud they foist on the people and the Constitution. Obama was recently interviewed and he described the U.S. Constitution as 'an imperfect document ... a document that reflects some deep flaws ... (and) an enormous blind spot.' He also said, 'The Framers had that same blind spot.' In so doing, the president established a rationale and justification for disregarding the Constitution. Even worse, he placed himself above the Constitution and those 'blind Framers,' who just couldn't see the big picture as he does today. After all, he's the constitutional scholar, and the Framers were just, well, the creators of the document!
While American politicians and intellectuals have not reached the depths of tyrants such as Lenin, Stalin, Mao and Hitler, they share a common vision. Tyrants denounce free markets and voluntary exchange. They are the chief supporters of reduced private property rights, reduced rights to profits, and they are anti-competition and pro-monopoly. They are pro-control and coercion, by the state. Like any other tyrant, they have what they consider good reasons for restricting the freedom of others. A tyrant's primary agenda calls for the elimination or attenuation of the market. Why? Markets imply voluntary exchange and tyrants do not trust that people behaving voluntarily will do what the tyrant thinks they should do. Therefore, they seek to replace the market with economic planning and regulation, which is little more than the forcible superseding of other people's plans by the powerful elite. We Americans have forgotten founder Thomas Paine's warning that "Government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state, an intolerable one."

President Reagan also said: "The path we will chart is not an easy one. It demands much of those chosen to govern, but also from those who did the choosing. And let there be no mistake about this: We have come to a crossroad, a time of decision and the path we follow turns away from any idea that government and those who serve it are omnipotent. It is a path impossible to follow unless we have faith in the collective wisdom and genius of the people. Along this path government will lead but not rule, listen but not lecture. It is the path of a Creative Society."

This is simple. We know they are wrong. We have the wind. We know the way. All we must do is be the party of “No!” Because there comes a time to say NO to government. History is not wrong. And neither are we. Our rights do not come from government, they come from God. “…they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights…” They do not come from somebody promising to take care of us. We are not the well born, we are not the richest or the chosen. We are ordinary, but freedom makes us extraordinary. We became the best because freedom allowed us to invent, imagine and accomplish what others only dream of. As long as God is allowed to lead, God’s light shows the way, and as long as we follow God that light will always be ahead of us, lighting our path.

That’s clarity.

Monday, March 8, 2010


The people of Iraq, awakened by bombs set by insurgents and Al Qaida, not only defied the bombers, but brought their children to the pools in a show of freedom the Middle East does not get to embrace without bloodshed. About 62% of the electorate turned out for the Iraqi election: A percentage higher than any United States election in the last 50 years. Seeing a nearly free Iraq now has sent other countries in the region a message that people are hearing and governments are fearing. Once tasted, freedom becomes a staple for its people, shaking the foundations of theocracies, dictators and kingdoms in ways sure to crack them over time.

It would be worth it to blog about the success of this election.

It would be worth it to post about how it’s Bush’s fault.

It would be a good blog if I wrote about those who hunger now for freedom in Iraq more than they ever have in their lives.

But not today.

Today, I have just one question:

How can a third world country have a better system than us? In a time when elections here in the states are wrought with fraud and Acorn corruption, can someone tell me why we don’t do this?