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Stone Adds Lipstick to Chavez Pig

In Elections, Foreign Policy, Politics on May 29, 2010 at 1:13 pm

Ian James at the Associated Press reports Oliver Stone is trying to make the socialist movement of South America look like a positive for the world.  As if socialism is the wave of the future.  He is coming out with a new movie that is supposed to help clear the air and prove how the rest of the free world just completely misunderstands Hugo Chavez and his comrades in the banana republics around him.

What’s next, a major motion picture ascribing the benefits of cannibalism?

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CA Law Like AZ Law

In Foreign Policy, Immigration, Politics on May 23, 2010 at 12:51 pm

Come to find out the Penal Code in California is just about the same as the new law in Arizona pertaining to illegal immigrants. I researched the Penal Code database and here is the verbiage verbatim.

834b.  (a) Every law enforcement agency in California shall fully
cooperate with the United States Immigration and Naturalization
Service regarding any person who is arrested if he or she is Read the rest of this entry »

Democrats Loyal to Calderon

In Consitution, Economics, Foreign Policy, Immigration, Politics on May 21, 2010 at 5:16 pm

We’ll, besides Barack Hussein Obama, The Democrats have shown where their loyalties are invested.  As Mexican Pres. Calderon chided Americans for their choice in AZ to handle illegal immigration, the Dems could not clap long or hard enough. It was as if Calderon was their president now.

I was beginning to wonder, because they have not shown much loyalty to the people that vote them in, so I was interested in who they are loyal toward besides this administration.  Rep. McClintock says it well here:

To me, it doesn’t matter WHAT other countries do for immigration. However, since Calderon is going to take us to task for the “severe” nature of our laws AND these brain numb politicians cannot read laws before they pass judgement on them are defacing AZ unnecessarily, I thought you might want to know what the Mexican Law is.  Here is the law MEXICO ENFORCES:
Opinion “C” is: The Federal Government is proving WHY they must be reigned back in to living by the United States Constitution.  If they don’t then they start living by the ideals of special interests and then leaders from border countries and then worse.   The worse that will likely happen is that they will ascribe to the ideals that drove other empires to become our enemies.  Oh. Wait.  They do that already.  Enter Marx and Mao and more.

This democratic party I hope is being seen for what it is.  A party that had a handful of good ideas infiltrated by descendants of the “Progressive” (which I term the “Regressive”) movement that started in the early 1900’s.

The good news is that the regressive agenda is getting to the surface of the ocean of politics and people on both sides of the aisle are getting a bigger picture view of how and who is driving this country toward the European socialist ideas that are crashing the economies of Greece, Spain, Italy and more.  Making this absurdity identifiable is going to be a big help in the next several elections.  It’s like there is a great big highlighter and it is pointing at these fools saying “Here…look…this is what you have to fix.”
The solution is for us to vote in alignment with the U.S. Constitution when you are called to cast that ballot.  Don’t be afraid to allow people who ascribe to restricting the Federal Government back to Constitutional boundaries.  This is the solution to the regressive problem in America and restore the sanity of liberty again.

Squeaky Wheel is Greece

In Consitution, Economics, Foreign Policy, Politics, Social Issues, Tax on May 10, 2010 at 10:42 pm

When your children waste their money, and you want to let them learn a lesson from it, you just give them more to waste right?  Well that is the Greek formula.  Quote from the CIA:

In April 2010 a leading credit agency assigned Greek debt its lowest possible credit rating; in response, the International Monetary Fund and Eurozone goverments pledged more than $160 billion in support of Greece over the next three years.

Opinion “C” is: So let that be a lesson to all you socialist nations inept at economics.  You have nothing to fear.  Except when the United States of America adopts your same poor money management skills.  Reminds me of when Superman wanted to convert from Hero to Human.  There was no one to save the world then.  I wonder if the U.S. can reverse the transformation in time?  Time is running out.

Numbers on Spain, Greece and more. Read the rest of this entry »