Wednesday, November 25, 2009

USA Today Is Out To Get Obama

This was sent to me by someone I work with who... you understand.

This is what is going on in America and the corporate guys are "gunning" for Obama, behind the scenes fomenting of fright and discontent. Hearst owns USA Today and what seems like an innocuous article cranks up the crazy in many.


Second Amendment. The framers of our Constitution knew that an armed citizenry would be the only protection/obstacle against tyranny. Our current and previous administrations have been trying to chip away at this deterrent to tyranny for decades. Please voice your support of the Second Amendment. This poll is old but still accepting votes so please Vote YES now. Thank you! ke

Obama's new Attorney General, Eric Holder, has already said this is one of his major issues..
This takes literally 2 clicks to complete. Please vote on this gun issue question with USA Today. It will only take a few seconds of your time... Then pass the link on to all the pro gun folks you know. Hopefully these results will be published later this month. This upcoming year will become critical for gun owners with the Supreme Court accepting the District of Columbia case against the right for individuals to bear arms.

Here's what you need to do:
First - vote on this one.
Second - launch it to other folks and have THEM vote - then we will see if the results get published.

The Question is:
"Does the Second Amendment give individuals the right to bear arms?"

Click on the link below and PLEASE vote Yes!

Here's the link, go vote.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Democrat's Move Right And Republican's Move

Go ahead to 5:00 and listen to what he says about his not being satisfied by any of the recent Presidents. This s defining statement for me. I'm not happy and neither is he and we are diametrical opposites politically. But like I posted previous. We are going to come together in a common cause. US! vs the ruling class. When I say US I mean anyone who is not an elected official who we [US} feels they [elected folks] do not have our best interest at heart. Sucks to be them...


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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Barack Obama Vetoes Health Care Reform Bill




Here is how I see what is going on in with HCR. Obama is a smart [google must be republican because however you spell his name it is always underlined with red dots like it is wrong] and he knows a good HCR bill from a bad one.He is not signing a bad bill, no let's just get something bill, and what he envisions will set free many dollars presently going to the insurance companies will be used to provide a stimulus to our economy. He is going to wear them down, gladly display for all to see, regardless of party affiliation or religious view and make all of them smaller in the process. Those that take the bribes that all of the corporate cash couched as political donations provides those that decide. It is a battle of whose fortitude endures and can stand the scrutiny from the thousand points of light showered upon those that take who lie, promote the lies and all of the rest of what can be properly described as crazy and illogical. When there are people who have no health insurance protesting getting health care they have won the battle but not the war. Obama might seem disengaged but he has a larger plan and HCR is just the start. When it [HCR] passes it will comport to his liking and allow him to change America in many more ways. Think Pentagon, overseas bases, our crumpling bridges and roads, telecommunications, and all of the things each and everyone of us knows need fixing. This a battle he can't afford to lose because it sets up the the house and the senate as pawns of those that really control them for all of America to see.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Back to home...

As some of you know I just recently, a year ago, moved from where I lived for 28 years in Vermont to my home town across Lake Champlain in northern New York. I have often, of late wondered why.

After a surprise divorce from someone I loved and thought I would be with forever had a restraining order put upon me and I guess had reason of her own to do so. I wallowed for a while and drank the self pity juice and the one thing that came out of it is that I went and got my commercial driver's license and went looking for a job doing something I had always wanted to do, yet never had the freedom to do driving a semi back and forth across this great country. I scoured the online ads for jobs and ended up driving to Nashville and interviewing for a job at Western Express, a national trucking company.

The hours of the driving are enjoyable as long as you provide yourself entertainment and one of the ways was music. I discovered this band one day on Sirius Radio and bought many of there CD's and this song was, and still is one that I can listen to for not only the tune, but also the words.

Maybe after hearing it a thousand time or more, I am home. Influenced by a group from Oklahoma. I don't know, but it works for me. Here it is, and listen to the words. video

It was pretty easy to call this one...


Monday, June 15, 2009
Concentrated Hate And Violence




What we are witnessing in our country is the result of those few people who buy into the hate and misinformation agenda promoted by not only politicians, but also certain media outlets that rely on these unthinkers for votes and money. As they become more isolated by their political and religious opinions and feel and think that someone is out to change their lives they will be like corn mash distilled into grain alcohol. Easily ignited into action against those perceived as being the problem, whatever it might be and they will react in irrational ways that you and I would never consider. Recent actions by these people are just the beginning.

The only solution is a ratcheting down of the poor loser attitude on the right on our television sets, newsprint and internet (like that's gonna happen). So expect it to get worse and more violent. It really saddens me that there are people who put their zeal for control and power ahead of the good of our country. What are your thoughts?
Posted by What we do at 7:01 PM
Labels: saddensox News Rupert Murdoch

If You Thought the Housing Meltdown Was Bad…


Go and read this...looks like some people are gonna get their ass' kicked.

Monday, November 9, 2009

They Gave It All...

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Stuff we baby boomer car folks forgot

For all of you young'ns out there this is pretty simple. Not to disparage anyone, but back in the day b4 right side mirrors having a disclaimer on them that read, "objects in mirror might be closer than you think" there were actual plain glass mirrors that depicted real images to you on your starboard side. This the one of two that existed. The West Coast Mirror. If you had something you towed and were creative you could extend the aluminum tubing out as far as you wanted to see around what ever you were towing. Then came the plastic tow mirrors and you know I never saw this coming, but the manufacturer's have no idea how many people could make use of these today. No wonder they are struggling. You put 10,000 pounds behind a 1/2 ton pickup and to not have an adequate view of what happening behind and this creates a dangerous situation waiting to happen What is strange is that the more we progress and shed items of the past the value of some of these items is clearly evident and their re-introducion would be beneficial.


Friday, November 6, 2009

The Sale Of Brain Cells In Washington Continues

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This is bad, very bad for our country. The Republican party has a problem with intelligence and it is getting worse. I know that getting elected is expensive, but selling brain cells is not something I thought was even possible and it looks like these valuable cells must bring a high price on the human organ black market. These guys and gals better be careful about how far down they draw the number of brain cells they started life with, because as anyone knows, very stupid is not something to be played with. Oh, they'll be taken care of as their mental capacity declines because they have health care that is only available to them at rates you and I would dream of and they'll get their retirement money from the socialist government they railed against. With all of their now long lost mental abilities gone and sit by the window looking out at the grass growing, without a care in the world. They will be taken care of by those of us who value life, our brothers and sisters and those in our country who are less fortunate and even though their condition was self imposed, still they won't be put before any death panel and left to die in the wilderness. Because those of us who did not sell our brain cells for cash still have the ability to reason...

Don't worry John, we got your back.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Doug (Palin) Hoffman



This guy has issues with government in general. He's made alot of money and I am suspect how he made it, here in the Lake Placid there are less than 5000 permanent residents and those that are here have to be very creative to make the kind of money that Doug has over the years, VERY CREATIVE!

There are also many second hone owners who live here, many with lots of money and if you desire to travel in the right circles you can meet and greet people who have great wealth and hold the view that based on where you live, far away from the environment of Bernie Madoff, you must be an honest fellow and know how to make a living on alot less than people elsewhere, thrifty.

Throw in a little success, add a little contact with folks with money and viol la, somehow this guy is worth a million.

Just search around the web in the coming days and you will see many of the things I found today and for a guy to open 21 businesses in an area with this number of residences is cause for some kind of IRS audit. He's very proud of it, I just watched him say it. Hell, 21 businesses is half of Main Street in this town. I'm sure they all make money? Tax loss? Scamming the Gov't? Sound familiar?

LOOK, I have not lived here for 28 years, but I grew up here and the area is constricted by the Adirondack Park Agency and so the town today is a little larger than it was when I left but the financial circumstances are the same with seasonal work for some, low pay for most and a few that amass huge sums of money. Most gained honestly and earnestly. Some not so much.

I have been driving by Hoffman Auto
for many years wondering how he could pay the taxes and keep the light on. I drove by today and he has no cars for sale just like every other time. Yet it's still there. How? They, him and his son have a towing service. That might explain it.