Time to Act

17 02 2008

I have come to the conclusion it is time for all of us to stop just reading and agreeing with blog entries and do something to improve our country.

I’m asking you to read this article and if you agree Print it out and place it on both the Republican and Democratic parties offices in your city or county. I think it is time to take your disgust with the presidential choices to the next level.

An open letter to both of the political parties.

As a citizen of this, the greatest country on earth, I want to say that I find the choices you have given me to be disgusting. The lack of consideration for the voices of American citizens shows that both parties desire power above the good of the country.

My first grievance is the continued lack of response to American citizen’s cries to stop Illegal immigration. The influx of illegal immigrants and the rush to grant them all the privileges of citizens has lowered our standard of living and taken away benefits of citizenship. Both parties have worked to give this group amnesty so they can win them as voters. When we rose up you backed off, till you thought we were asleep again. But I am not.

The next issue is your desire to enslave the people through expansion of government programs. The expansion of the safety net that will turn our nation into a cradle to the grave social state goes against the founding principles of this country. Look to Europe, Socialism has not worked there. Yet you seek to choke the life out of our country, through government give aways, so that the citizens will vote for your party perpetually.

It may be too late to have a good choice for President, but I state my intent to work to elect people to congress who will uphold the foundations of our country, and work for the freedoms of the people.


A child of Liberty

I think that we each can do this and it might force one of the candidates to the right. If not it might let them know that we are not all sheeple.

The View From Out Here


My nominee for Worst Mother of the Year

6 02 2008

I venture into new waters today. May I nominate for worst mother of the year, Tina Williams. From WOFL Fox Orlando.

Tina Williams

A Florida woman was arrested on drunk-driving charges on Super Bowl Sunday, allegedly buckling up her case of beer in the front seat, but leaving a 1-year-old girl unrestrained in the backseat.

Ok, this drunken ditz was more interested in keeping the beer safe than her child. Being an apparent alcoholic, she needs help. hopefuly this will be her wake up call.

Tina Williams was stopped in St. Augustine, after she allegedly ran a red light and then swerved back and forth over a center lane on U.S. 1 South, police said.

Williams told police she didn’t know why the baby was in the backseat without a seatbelt or a car seat, according to the report.

She was charged with driving under the influence, child endangerment, driving without a valid license, running a red light and not having a seatbelt or child restraint.

And hopfully she will get the help she needs

Islamic child abuse

6 02 2008

I have complained before about the garbage that the Palestinians put into their children’s heads. and the long termdamage that it does. But they are not alone.

Iraqi forces raided a house there and saved a little boy that was being held hostage. Thats how Al-quida gets some of its money. Kidnapping children and ransoming them. While that shows the total depravity of these animals, this isn’t the worst thing found.

A trainig video was found showing children giving mock shaheed (Martyr) statement, carrying AK-47’s and practicing how to kidnap and kill victims.

The video is here.

And some think we can reason with these people? If they want their children to die for allah, where is their reason, their humanity?

If you think we can appease radical islam, go away and my history forget you called yourself human.

The View From Out Here

Look out Ohio, its getting deep.

5 02 2008

I saw this in Saturdays paper, and it totally floored me. I’m getting this from CNN

Lobbyists and executives for two firms with a chance to operate the state-run Keno gambling machines proposed by Gov. Ted Strickland have donated thousands of campaign dollars to the Democratic governor and his party.

Gee, I thought that Pay-to-play was a Republican thing. Not!

The money came from representatives of GTech Corp., the state’s current online gaming vendor, and Intralot USA, which has bid against GTech and a third firm for a new state contract for online lottery services that went out in October.

Now I wonder why they would do that, because they think it would help.

Ohio lobbyists for Intralot have donated about $30,000 to Strickland and the state party, while GTech representatives have donated about $28,000, according to state and federal campaign finance documents reviewed by The Associated Press. Scientific Games lobbyist Richard Hillis gave Strickland’s campaign about $2,200.

Most of the contributions from gaming entities to Strickland, who took office a year ago, came during his 2006 run for governor.

However, two Ohio lobbyists for Intralot, Philip Craig and Jacob Evans, donated a combined $9,000 to the Democratic governor in August and September of last year. Both men also lobbied for other clients at that time.

And if you ask them are they trying to get favor with the governor, well it really gets deep.

Craig said he supports Strickland monetarily because he supports him as governor, not because he’s hoping to get a leg up on any state contract.

“Anybody who would ever say that contributing to this governor puts them in a better position to influence this governor doesn’t have many discussions with Ted Strickland,” Craig said. “That isn’t going to happen. It hasn’t happened to my knowledge up to now and it isn’t going to happen in the future. We are blessed with one of the most honest people I’ve ever met in public life.”

Then why did you give him the money, Idiot. You must think Ohioans are pretty Damn stupid. Were not!

We need to throw both parties out and elect people who will serve us not their wallets.

The View From Out Here