Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Congress Doesn't Have To Vote...Treasury Already Has the Money...

Senator John McCain...

If you want to find out about something, ask a man who is good at his job and willing to do it under any and all circumstances!

Ask a man who is busy doing that job!

Ask a man who knows!

Ask President..-'er'-'uh'..Senator John McCain!


Saturday, September 27, 2008

Well, One Is Down the Tube...

What a pleasant way to spend an hour; watching Senator McCain instruct Senator Obama on how to run a country! I understand Senator Obama was supposed to agitate John McCain and try to get under his skin. It's too bad someone didn't tell Obama. The Dems must have accidentally told that to McCain instead.

I remember when I turned 12 and thought I knew everything (I didn't know everything until age 13) and stumbled across a grownup who really did know a few things. I'd spew a few quasi-facts (actually, opinions)and feel proud about knowing all those neat things and wait for the cringe I knew would come from the ..'choke'..adult.

'oops'...That's when I first learned how Barack Obama felt last night.

It depended on the adult at the time as to how quickly I would have (if I had had one) tucked my tail between my legs and slowly crept away.

I could almost feel a little sorry for the defeated Senator from Illinois if he hadn't been so obtuse as to claim victory from having been routed.

It reminded me of an old friend of ours, another Hussein, (Saddam) who, after having been driven back from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and all those other places (whose leaders are supposed to be our friends..-yeah, sure!)and not actually getting killed in the first Gulf war, said,"Hurray,-I won!"

The Fox text message poll at the end of the fiasco..-er,-um,..debate had McCain as the winner by a margin of 84% to Obamas' 14% with the rest undecided. (The undecideds must have been Obamas' staff)

Well, (I say that a lot, like Ronald Reagan did) maybe the next time Obama debates (if he still wants to) we should let him try his luck with Governor Palin instead. Maybe with her, Obamas' losing margin will be a bit closer;-but not much!

Now I'm anxious to see how Biden does in his debate with Governor Palin. I just hope neither Biden nor Obama has given up their jobs in the senate.


Thursday, September 25, 2008

Buenos Dias, Chicago...Donde esta Senor Obama!?...

"Donde Esta," for sure! Los Latinos want to know!

Good hunting!


Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Pay Close Attention...Your Future Depends On It!...


Tuesday, September 23, 2008

I Want Mine, Too!...

Here is a copy of an e-mail I sent to the President, the Vice President and House Speaker Pelosi. Whatta ya think?

I'm not sure to whom to send this so I am sending it to various and sundry addresses, just in case.

Dear Mr President, VP,etc., I and my wife, James and Donna XXXXXXXX, cannot afford to go to Liberty, Texas from here, Red Bluff, Ca,,to visit my sick sister, Eva XXXXXXX, because we cannot afford to buy gas and rent rooms for the night on the way. That would cost us over two thousand dollars. Will you please include us in the 'bail out' and go ahead and send us our part of the trillion dollars now. My sister is very sick and might not last much longer.

I believe we are as important as General Motors and Starbucks. It appears just about everyone is getting in on this bailout and I believe we deserve some of it as much as anyone else.

Although I know Senator McCain told you people a couple of times over the last few years that this might happen, I won't rub you noses in it. Please send our money in the form of a cashiers check made payable to:Jim and Donna XXXXXXXXX. Thank you. Jim and Donna XXXXXXXXX--- http://ca.youtube.com/user/JCandDonnaLee XXX XXXX XXXXXX Drive Red Bluff, Ca 96080 530-XXX-XXXX jcadla@sbcglobal.net


Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Time For a Change...

While perusing another of my blogs, I chanced upon this one from December-05. I think it is cute and, having recently concentrated mostly on politics and religion on this blog, decided it is time for a change, perhaps a smidgen of levity.

"Tracey called a few minutes ago and wanted to know how to find something on the internet. I, of course, gave her the standard answer: ‘Type it into google.’ That always works for me.

Googling things is a lot like staying well was when I was a kid. Now when you need to know something, you call on Google. When I was a kid, to stay well, my sisters and brother and I took “Calatabs” and “Black Draught.

The calatab was a small, round slick pill. (No one ever knew what was in it) It shouldn’t have been hard to swallow but it was. When you tried to gulp it down, it went as far as the top of your throat and stayed there all day. I’ve eaten as much as a whole loaf of Kilpatricks bread trying to get the calatab to go down but it never worked. I think it eventually just melted away.

The Black Draught was worse. It was in a flaky, grainy but very fine powder form and to do any good, it had to be taken into the mouth dry and washed down with a glass if water. I remember how hard it was to get all of the powder down. Sometimes it took up to three glasses of water to get it all down. It was bad enough to gag a maggot! I think I was only sick once or twice in my childhood.

I never took cuts or abrasions home either. I did for a while when I was very young, until I realized merthiolate burned much worse than the skint place hurt.

Merthiolate was a red medicine in a little bitty brownish/reddish bottle. It had a cap that screwed onto the top and attached to the underside of the cap was a glass applicator than went down into that bottle of liquid fire. I’m sure the reason Merthiolate was in such a small bottle was, if there was too much in a bigger bottle, it would break out into flames and burn up. It was that hot!

There was another medicine a lot like merthiolate. It was called, “Mercurochrome.” I asked my Mother once why we didn’t use that one and she said it wouldn’t do any good because it didn’t burn! Go figure! Made sense to her."


Monday, September 15, 2008


Some say this is old news but I don't remember any of the major news media running it so I guess they didn't want anyone to see it. Anyhow, here it is for everyone to see. If it's true, we'd better take a closer look at Barack Obama.

OBAMA TRIED TO STALL GIS' IRAQ WITHDRAWAL...(This was reported by Amir Teheri, a Post reeporter)

"WHILE campaigning in public for a speedy withdrawal of US troops from Iraq, Sen. Barack Obama has tried in private to persuade Iraqi leaders to delay an agreement on a draw-down of the American military presence. According to Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, Obama made his demand for delay a key theme of his discussions with Iraqi leaders in Baghdad in July.

"He asked why we were not prepared to delay an agreement until after the US elections and the formation of a new administration in Washington," Zebari said in an interview."

You can read the rest at the Post web site,-here. Obama denied saying any of it. Sure

"Pastor Wright is like an old uncle, he has his own ideas. I sat in church and listened to his sermons for twenty years and never heard him demean anyone; not rich white Americans and certainly not G.. D... America! That's all news to me. I could no more distance myself from Pastor Wright than I could my sweet old grandmother." 'duh'

Well, (I say that a lot) it just goes to show ya, don't it? If you ax me, I think we better think Obama over.

Here is an article written by the White Knight, I think is interesting.

"White Knight wrote: Wake up people! When you cast your vote on November 4th, please take time to remember that it’s NOT just a candidates character that counts; it’s the quality of the company they keep. Would you want to call the enclosed list of people your friends and colleagues?

1. Reverend Wright
------------------------Videos 2. Reverend Pfleger
3. Tony Rezko
4. William Ayers
5. Michelle Obama
6. Louis Farrakhan
7. Bernadine Dohrn
8. The Black Panthers
9. Weather Underground
10. Khalid Abdul Muhammad
11. Bobby Seal
12. Huey Newton
There’s a pattern here, people! Do you see it?
"The price of freedom is eternal vigilance." -Thomas Jefferson

Let's chew on this for a while!


Thursday, September 11, 2008

McCain/Obama Forum...

Donna and I are watching the McCain/Obama forum. I just watched the McCain portion of the forum and I must say, it was a bit interesting. It didn't tell me anything about the man than I didn't already know. The questions were varied and McCains' answers were, for the most part, short and succinct. I enjoyed the program but thought the questions might have been a bit more aggressive.

Now I am listening to Senator Obama and many of the same questions are being asked that were asked of McCain. Mr Obamas' answers are anything but short or succinct.

A question was asked of Obama and Donna (Mi Espousa- a little Mex Lingo here) and I listened intently for a while and, after a while, Donna looked at me and asked, "What was his question?" I had to think for a moment and remembered the question and told her.

Both men's answers were very good; mostly the same answers to the same questions. The biggest difference was, we could follow McCains answers easily but were hard pressed to follow Obamas answers because of the length and meanderings of his answers.

Oh, and by the way, Senator Obama is coming around more and more to Senator McCains way of thinking about just about everything. 'Yay'


Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Two Scenarios...

Two Scenarios…

Scenario Number One... Our existence is filled with harsh, loud reports that reverberate down through the halls of our lives; that create quasi aches and pains which become parts of us for a while, that conjure up things that go bump in the night; things that grate on our consciousnesses; things that start us abruptly, although mainly, temporarily and sometimes head us in a certain direction, not necessarily a bad direction but a direction which changes as we realize what is driving us to whatever destination we chance to imagine.

Then the noise subsides, the reports silence and we see that the loudness and reverberations were more a distraction, perhaps a call to arms; a suggestion of things needed to be addressed by us rather than an evil thing to be feared. We understand we need to make a stand.

Scenario Number Two… Our existence is filled with quiet, unassuming gradual things; things subtle like a lightly squeaking door in the blackness of night; things started so long ago that they have gone mainly anonymously for long periods of time as they moved slowly and silently along a chosen path;

chosen by a power so subtle as to go unnoticed by the masses and ignored by so many for so long that they progressed along their chosen path without interruption or challenge until they emerged at some time and place and showed the result of patience, progress and persistence; the Grand Canyon; a huge gash in our existences that challenges any band-aid of good sense and reasonableness, of judgment and cautious investigation. We need to be very careful.

“Duh!” You say’ “What the hell is this all about?” Well, if you have to ax, you shouldn’t be reading this stuff. It’s pretty heavy, even for me, the author.

In all cerealness, though, I think anyone who cares to can recognize the difference in McCain/Palin and Obama/Biden, the numbers one and two scenarios above. At least, this is the way I see them.

So, if you don’t mind a little noise but don’t want to be living in a raging river at the bottom of a deep, dangerous chasm, be ultra sure the Republicans win the upcoming presidential election!

This ain’t no joke!


Sunday, September 07, 2008

If I Can't Bring the Press, I Won't Go...

I like John McCain And Sarah Palin more all the time. They realize what is really important about America and Americans,-especially American service men and women! Thank God for them!

God Bless Senator John and Cindy McCain and Governor Sarah Palin and God Bless and protect our service men and women and God Bless America!


Thursday, September 04, 2008

A Troop of Racist Blacks versus a Real American...

I wonder if it is as obvious to the rest of the world as it is to me; Democrat blacks, for the most part, are flagrant racists! Otherwise, please explain this:

"...Black Democrats are voting largely along racial lines. With few policy differences between the candidates, Obama won 92 percent of the black vote in Mississippi, 91 percent in Wisconsin, 87 percent in Ohio, 84 percent in Maryland, and 84 percent in Texas..."

There is no way all these people can believe Barack Obama will make a good president, much less be good for black Americans! Fifty percent, perhaps, but, 91 percent?! No way!

It's too bad it has come to this. I've spent my adult life thinking that, maybe we will all be equal in each other's sight, but I now give up.

Not only do the blacks demonstrate a bias against whites, they are the majority who are turning away from God and embracing the false god, allah, a monster thought up by a mad Arab who called his ideology, islam, a religion and a means to kill or subjugate Christians and Jews. Too bad! As Chico the Wonder Dog would say,"Oh, well!"

Then there is Michael Steele, a real American. I heard his speech on the Republican National Convention floor last night and I must say, I was very impressed.

He obviously is his own man and someone to whom a person, white, black or whatever would do well to listen.

There is a video of his speech and the text to which I will link both.

"...John McCain has never lost faith in the power and ingenuity of the individual to create the legacy of a nation through hard work, self-sacrifice and discipline.

Through his service he reaffirms to the American people his core belief that government should be limited so that it never becomes powerful enough to infringe on the rights of the individual.That taxes should be kept low so that families can keep more of their hard-earned money.

That the ideal of a colorblind society is worth fighting for because each man, woman, and child is an individual and not a member of some hyphenated class or group..."

The best comment of this part of his speech is highlighted and I really admire him for saying that. This man could be any color and still be an exceptional person. But the fact that he is black adds more credibility to his words than I can express!

Thank you, Mr Steele. You are a great American!