Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year

Everyone's going to be posting their thoughts on the past year and, really, is there anything we don't already know about the last year worth posting?
Not really.
In a nutshell: America let itself get raped by a self-serving liberal commie government.
Thoughts for the New Year?
None, really.
In a nutshell: America's gonna get raped again, worse. By the same rapist.
Thoughts for the New Year?
Maybe it's time we stood up to the rapist and told him, "Not again!"
Just got the Cheaper Than Dirt flyer Wednesday, looked through it last night. Noticed an interesting asterisked comment at the bottom of many pages. "January1, 2011 We will no longer sell or ship ammunition to residents of California." I guess that means at least two things: California must have enough ammo already so there's no need to make changes there, and, of course, California's on its own now. Well, was nice knowing you as an American state, California. Hope you enjoy your future as a satellite of Mexico.
Happy New Year, America. Make the most of it.
Bless God, God bless.

Friday, December 24, 2010

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas, Everyone. Forget about the calamities befalling our Great United States for just a night and day and embrace the love and sharing of family and friends.
Don't forget to...
Bless God, God bless.

Monday, December 20, 2010

HR2751 and HHS

HR2751 ( ), formerly known (in the Senate) as S.510- remember, sleight of hand ( ) is commonplace in the District of Criminals, is up for House vote today, Tuesday- 12-21-10. In effect, this bill will create havoc and hell with those of us who grow our own food, sell portions of our growth, or even buy from those who do the same. EoIpso: if passed into law, this will allow our illustrious Uncle Dark Lord to declare our backyard gardens to be producing "food that is unsafe to eat unless inspected by Uncle Darkie's HHS inspection teams".
How do we know this?
Well, other than being paranoid- which is currently just another word for "knowing"- of anything our Uncle Fed decides to do is definitely detrimental to anyone with half a brain, we have the people in charge telling us exactly what they expect to do. Re: the following Email I received from Kathleen Sebelius after writing her about my dislike and concerns about S510...

"Mr. (Redacted);
While we will respond to the specific issues you raise as soon as we can, I wanted to let you know that your message has been received and that I appreciate your taking the time to write. (Ummm, really? You appreciate me calling you a slut? editor.)

The mission of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is to protect the nation’s health and provide essential human services, and, as part of that mission, we are at the forefront of the federal government’s efforts to address a wide range of critical issues and challenges. I wanted to take this opportunity to update you on our work. (
I'm actually aware of 'their' work, which is why I wrote. My intent was to update them on my feelings about it. ed)

First, on March 23, after more than a year of extensive debate
(between whom? ed), the President signed into law health reform legislation that brings down health care costs for American families and small businesses, expands coverage to millions of Americans and ends the worst practices of insurance companies (Which, of course, we know is bankrupting insurance companies and causing them to deny coverage to people with prior illnesses- ed). As a result of the new law, Americans will begin to see significant benefits take effect this year, with other important reforms following shortly after. In the weeks, months, and years ahead, our department will be responsible for implementing many of these reforms (consider ourselves warned- ed). You can be assured that we are firmly committed to explaining these changes to the American people clearly, and to enacting them carefully and effectively. For information about the new law, I would encourage you to visit

Meanwhile, thanks to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, we’ve made hundreds of millions of dollars available as part of a comprehensive prevention and wellness initiative, Communities Putting Prevention to Work
(of course, all Americans have noticed this in the wonderful sign-age currently plastered to hospital and clinic walls-ed.). This new initiative supports local efforts to reduce obesity , increase physical activity, improve nutrition, and decrease smoking (IF you really wanted to curb smoking, you'd just pass a law making smoking and tobacco products illegal, but you don't have the balls to go against your purse holders- ed.)– the four most important things we can to do to fight chronic diseases and improve public health. And it’s right in line with the First Lady’s “Let’s Move” campaign, which calls on Americans to work together to solve childhood obesity in a generation. You can learn more about these and other Recovery Act initiatives at

In addition, it is a core responsibility of HHS, through the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), to ensure the food we eat is safe. Toward that end, I am firmly committed to working with my colleagues at the Department of Agriculture to achieve the President’s goal of upgrading and strengthening our food safety system; restoring trust in the FDA as the leading science-based regulatory agency in the world; and fulfilling our obligation to the American people to ensure that the food they purchase and serve to their families is safe to eat. For more information, please visit (Of course, we'll have to purchase our food, since the HHS/DA will declare what we grow as 'inedible and unfit for human consumption'. ed)

Finally, HHS plays a vital role in getting our children ready to learn and thrive in school
(has anyone in the Dept of Ed ever read the true stats on how well un-educated our children currently are? ed), helping low-income ("but I have a Big Screen TV, digital stereo DVD/CD player, the latest I-pod and 4G phone network" - ed) working families struggling to make ends meet in this difficult economy, and meeting the basic needs of vulnerable populations, such as abused and neglected children, refugees ( which we are attempting to increase with our DREAM act- ed.), and individuals with disabilities. As the Administration works to turn around our economy, we recognize that the economic downturn has had its greatest impact on the most vulnerable among us – low-income families with children (and people who own companies as well as people who have jobs- ed). Through child care, child support, energy assistance, and other efforts, the Department helps low-income (because we outsourced their jobs- ed) parents and their communities weather this economic storm. We will continue to work hard to improve these programs through evidence-based approaches that make a difference for these families and children. (So you're going to impeach the Dark Lord and his cabinet and then resign?)

Again, thank you for writing."

Folks, call your legislators and let them know this kind'a shit just ain't gonna cut it.
Bless God- and bless America.

Freedom of Speech

A tree hugging Dimocrap, anti-hunting woman from Los Angeles bought a piece of timberland near Colville, Washington.
While admiring her purchase, she discovered a wondrously tall Douglas Fir growing on the exact center of the highest point of her land. Wanting to see the total splendor of her purchase, she decided to climb the tree.
As she neared the uppermost branches, she was attacked by a Spotted Owl and, while attempting to defend herself against the attack, lost her grip on the branch she was holding, lost her balance and slid down the entire length of the tree. Needless to say, she broke many branches on her trip to the ground, gathering many painful splinters in her crotch area.
In extreme pain and unable to remove the splinters herself, she hurried to Mt. Carmel ER to see a doctor.
Informing the doctor she was as devout Dimocrap environmentalist, anti hunter, and how she'd managed to get so many splinters in her... ahem... area. Patiently listening to her story, the doctor told her to wait in the exam room and he'd be in soon as he could.
She sat three hours before the doctor reappeared.
Angry, she demanded, "What took you so long?"
Patiently smiling, the doctor told her, "I had to get permits from the Environmental Protection Agency, the Forest Service, and the Bureau of Land Management before I could remove old-growth timber from a recreational area."
Setting himself comfortably in front of her, he took her hand and frowned.
"I'm sorry," he consoled her. "They turned me down."

Which just goes to show there's hope for the country yet.
But rest assured, if we allow the Cons in D.C. to pass any kind of internet restrictions, this kind of humor will not be allowed.
Bless God, God bless.

Sunday, December 19, 2010

'Tis the Season

Being a dog person, I am very aware of how people interact with their pups, more-so than I am with how people interact with each other. I've seen people totally against owning dogs become infatuated with animals received as pets. I've also seen the cruelty some have for animals, regarding them only as objects to serve their inflated egos with glitz and glamor they can't achieve without the animal, or to fatten wallets in the breeding grounds or warfare pits.
Of course, there are 'working' dogs- military, police, sled dog, etc- and there are 'pets'. Sometimes the line is crossed and a working dog is a pet as well- a service dog leading a blind owner through the pits of hell with unending love. And the true pets, those 'sleep in the bed' and 'come play with me' canines who live only to love us.
And the people who own them display their own character in how well they interact with their dog. People who spend time with their pets often teach them to do some wonderful games, to play with them in ways no one else can. (Imagine teaching your child or best friend to race madly hundreds of feet, or yards, and leap joyously feet into the air to catch a Frisbee...)
Imagine teaching your friends to merrily dance to polka music wearing a tu-tu... in the street where hundreds of on lookers will OOOooo and AWWWwww gaining moments of happiness at your friend's antics.
Imagine waving good-bye to your friends for the evening as you go to the movie... to dinner... to church... and leaving your friends to their own devices.
My Honey showed me this one... I'm dedicating it to Brigid. Enjoy. Oh- and Merry Christmas.
God bless.