Give in to terrorists, get more terroism

17 07 2008

Well, Liberal leaders of Israel, is the lesson of your stupidity starting to sink in?

Instead of laying waste to Hezbollah to get those 2 soldiers back, you screwed around and reaped the seeds of weakness. Two dead soldiers for 5 breathing terrorists.

Think about that for a moment.

Has it occured to you yet, the falicy of your so called intelligence?

Here is proof that that all you did was put five more people who want to kill you back on the street.

Five militants freed in a prisoner swap with Israel prayed and laid wreaths at the grave of a slain Hezbollah commander Thursday, vowing to fight Israel as supporters showered them with rice.

At the same time, eight tractor-trailers loaded with coffins carrying the remains of 199 Lebanese and Palestinian fighters returned by Israel in the swap made their way from south Lebanon to the capital Beirut. Villagers showered rice and rose petals on the coffins wrapped in Lebanese and Hezbollah flags and covered with flowers. A banner on one of the red and yellow trucks read, “The Martyrs of Victory.”

The Martyrs of Victory? See what you stupid liberals did? You emboldened them, made them want to kill you more!

Repeat after me, “Liberalism is a Mental Illness!” Read the history of modern Israel, Learn it, Live it, Love it. Listen to people who care about you and try to warn you like this article at the rott.

Stop thinking you can deal with people who want no other thing than to kill you.

TVFOH
The View From Out Here

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A clue for a congressman

7 07 2008

I got a email today from congressman Charlie Wilson Ohio 6th.

Dear Friends,

I’d like to hear from you! Periodically, I will reach out to you and ask for your opinion on important issues facing Congress. I value your opinion.

I hope you will take the time to answer this quick one-question survey and sign up for my e-newsletter to receive occasional updates on important issues and services for you and your family.

Sincerely,

Charlie Wilson
Member of Congress
Ohio’s 6th District

He included a multiple choice question.

What are the greatest challenges facing our educational systems?
funding issues
quality of education
lack of access
None

Ok, where do I start Congressman Wilson, First off the constitution does not give the federal government any over site of a states education. There is no reason to have a department of education. We don’t need three levels of bureaucracy to tell a teacher how to teach. The Billions of dollars that are wasted every year for the department of education is taxpayer money that can be saved. It is first the local school board with guidance from the state which sets a uniform standard for their citizens. You will say that since a past congress voted for it we must maintain it. NO, it is not in the constitution so it is unconstitutional. You want to improve America, then eliminate the unconstitutional parts of the government and the tax money that they waste.

Ohio needs to make education its top priority, not by limiting choice but by expanding it. The citizens of Ohio need to pay attention and elect people who only care about the children to the local school boards.

You need to do your part and follow the constitution and the people need to do theirs and be responsible.

TVFOH
The View From Out Here





Canada loves a sob story

6 07 2008

The Canadian Federal court ruled on Friday that an American Cry Baby, Joshua Key, could have a valid claim for refugee status on Canada. This decision will probably give hope to the treasonous cowards that have ran away from the country of their birth and worse, broken their oath of enlistment by becoming enemy’s of the constitution and country.

Joshua Key told the Canadian authorities that while stationed in Iraq with the Army he had witnessed several acts of abuse, humiliation and looting. Which if true, are all punishable under the UCMJ (Uniform Code of Military Justice)

Did Joshua Key report this unacceptable behavior to his superiors? Did he contact the Army’s Criminal Investigative Division? No, instead of being a man, an American hero for speaking out against a wrong committed by a few individuals, he ran away like a scared rabbit.

He cried to Canada that he was having debilitating nightmares and couldn’t go back.  Poor Baby

Well duh, your subconscious was punishing you for not being a man and reporting the perpetrators to the proper authorities.

The initial refugee review board turned him down. Then he found a sympathetic or is it a pathetic ear in Justice Robert Barnes. Key’s Lawyer said the ruling expands a soldier’s right to refuse military service.

Great, this is just what we need, Canada encouraging more cowards to run away from their oath and country. I’m sure Cory Glass will appeal his deportation now.

You know what Canada; we don’t shoot deserters any more. Although I can think of a few good reasons we should start to.

TVFOH
The View From Out Here





Congressman fiddles while his electors burn with anger

4 07 2008

A few weeks ago I decided to tell my Congressman Charlie Wilson (no, not the one from the movie) of Ohio’s sixth district, that I was fed up with the price of gas. so I got on his website and left a very simple and direct message to him.

“Drill here, Drill now, or be Replaced”

I would think that I was in a chorus of voices telling Congressman Wilson that we need to increase supply to decrease prices.

Ohio’s 6th district is probably the most gerrymandered district in the nation. It starts on the south side of Youngstown, Ohio and goes south till it hits the Ohio river and then follows it for the next 100 miles, while its east-west depth is no more than 30 miles at any point. It is the text book definition of “rust belt”

Congressman Wilson’s campaign adds in 2006 made a point of him walking past closed businesses saying he would keep what jobs we have left here. The jobs are still leaving, and the surplus of labor is driving wages down while the cost of living goes up.

So, I get a reply from Congressman Wilson. in it he tries to change the subject from his responsibility to the voters to do as we say, to the evil oil company’s holding to much land in leases.

Since 2001, the price of a gallon of regular gasoline in Ohio has risen more than 130-percent. This is seriously squeezing working families, forcing small businesses to make painful decisions and hurting our economy. Bringing gas prices down will involve a series of steps, including the development of U.S. oil and gas resources on federal lands.

The first step is to focus on the millions of acres already leased for oil production that aren’t being used. Today, an estimated 68 million acres of onshore and offshore land leased by oil companies remain undeveloped.

Might that be because it can not be effectively developed?

According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA), if the United States were to drill in the nearly 68 million acres of federal land currently available for lease to oil companies, the U.S. could produce an additional 4.8 million barrels of oil per day. That would nearly double total U.S. oil production and would be six times the estimated peak production from ANWR.

Again there might be that much oil there, but would it cost more per gallon to get it out?

Today, there are more than 91 million acres open to leasing in the Arctic region of Alaska, including onshore and offshore land. Of the available land, oil and gas companies have only leased 11.8 million acres. In addition, 80-percent of the oil available on the OCS is already open for leasing—but the oil companies haven’t committed the money to drill there. While I support the development of oil and gas resources on federal lands, I cannot support opening additional arctic land or more land on the OCS, until oil and gas companies begin to use the land already available to them.

Do you hear the sweet sound of a fiddle? I do.

I believe the government has worked hard to make the land available; now oil companies need to do their part. That’s why I have cosponsored HR 6251, the Responsible Federal Oil and Gas Lease Act. This important legislation would force oil and gas companies to either drill on or forfeit federal onshore and offshore leases.  Under this legislation, companies would be banned from obtaining any more leases unless they can demonstrate that they are producing oil and gas, or are diligently developing the leases they already hold.  Similar and effective rules already apply to coal companies.

You forgot to leave out the part where the federal rules are if a oil company does not develop a land by the end of ten years the lease expires. What, you thought we wouldn’t catch your disingenuous statements about how unfair the rules are towards the oil companys?

I know that out-of-control gasoline prices are a top concern of the residents of Ohio’s Sixth Congressional District. I promise I will continue to support legislation that will ease the burden that you and so many others are feeling because of gas prices.

Sincerely,

Charles A. Wilson
Member of Congress

Yes we are mad. we can not afford this and we see you dodging the issue. I am a voter hence I am your boss. Here is the legislation I want you to support.

Drill Here, Drill Now!

Or you will be replaced.

The View From Out Here





All he wanted was three weeks away from You!

4 07 2008

East Liverpool School Superintendent Ken Halbert took a three week vacation this summer. It is a well deserved rest from the annoyance that is Gary Bunnell. But, Gary couldn’t get the hint.

Things were not right in the kingdom of Gary’s mind, for his need to be in control of everything was not satisfied. He realized that with Mr. Halbert gone, no one could act as purchasing agent and order things for the district. So he wanted the board to act to appoint one. That went as well as you suspect, considering the hostile work environment Gary has created on the ELSD board. A 2-2 tie with everybody upset. While I don’t agree with Mr. Matt Stewart over at Ohio River Life saying that things would go better if they were stoned, I hope the fine folks of East Liverpool will rember who is to blame at the next school board election.

The thing that got me was the instructions Mr. Halbert left behind. “If you need me before that time, please only telephone me on my cell phone in the event of an emergency.” We all know that a hangnail is an absolute life or death emergency to Gary. The storm that went through East Liverpool on the 29th of June had damaged a air vent at North Elementary and set off an alarm. This situation was handled by the maintenance supervisor Mr. Mark Reed.

So, has Gary left Mr. Halbert alone to enjoy three weeks stress free? Of course not. He had called him every day. Gary was totaly cluless as to why Mr. Halbert hasn’t called him back. Let me fill you in, if I was on vacation, I wouldn’t want to talk to your petty, self-centered, popinjay butt either!

And that is, The View From Out Here