Monday, August 17, 2009

Libs Cracking Under Pressure

The pressure put on the liberal's idea of taking over the health care system by patriots speaking out at town halls across the country is causing them to backtrack like the cowards they are.

Obama is now saying the government "option", which is the start of a government takeover of health care, may be off the table.

Ultra-lefty Howard Dean is screaming again. Waa waa.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Liberals Overreacting to Lou Dobbs

Geez, can't the lefty liberals take a joke?

Lou Dobbs makes refers to Howard Dean as a bloodsucking leftist and continues his analogy to a vampire by saying the only way to stop him is to drive a stake through his heart, and the entire leftwing goes out of their minds.

Now, the vampire's brother, Jim Dean, who is probably also a bloodsucker, wants Dobbs fired from his radio and TV shows.

That's way over the top. Dobbs was just exercising his First Amendment rights.

Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Russian Subs Spotted Near US Coast

Seems that Russia is up to its old Cold War tricks, sending their submarines to spy on the US of A.

Let 'em come. They are no where as strong as we are and all they are doing is trying to look as mean as they were as the Soviet Union once was.

Hell, they can't even get their missiles to work right.

Friday, July 31, 2009

Bombings increase as US leaves

As many expected, bombings in Iraq are rising as US troops are pulled out.

The latest are six blasts killing 29 people worshiping at mosques. More than 120 were injured.

Who decided that our troops should be pulled out this year? It's evident the Iraqis can't protect their own.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Palin 2012

I think Sarah Palin will make a fine candidate for the Republican Party in 2012. Hopefully, she will take advantage of her star power to raise the necessary funds to make a good run at it.

And how about Joe the Plumber as her running mate?

Wahoo! Palin/Plumber. What a ticket.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Perfect Gifts for the Redneck in Your Life

Got turned on to the perfect gifts for all the rednecks in the world, and believe me, there are a bunch of us.

They are signs that allow the full expression of "redneckness" now available from the RV Art Gallery. My old buddy Jerry B. (now why can't I ever remember his last name?) called me up just as soon as he got them up on his site.

Patience, folks. I'll have them posted up here in a minute.

Anyway, if you are an RVer and haven't been to Jerry's one and only gallery totally devoted to all things RV, then you are really missing out on some good stuff. He's got art prints, jewelry, kitchen items, clothing, gifts of all sorts.

Oh, yeah, I almost forgot. He has a one-of-a-kind RV-themed quilt made by the very hands of his dear old mother. He won't tell you that, but I couldn't pass up the chance to plug her handiwork. Go to the Gallery and look for it. It's something special.

OK, now to the signs. You can just click on the images and you'll be taken right to the site. Or better yet, click the gallery banner up there in the corner and look for them on the Home Furnishings page. (I might get a little something extra if you do it that way, if you catch my drift.)

Ready? Here they are:

Are these a hoot or what?

Oh, yeah. If you want to see them side by side, here you go:

Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Oklahoma City Pharmacist Defends Actions

Accused murderer Jerome Ersland, an Oklahoma City pharmacist, defended himself on The O'Reilly factor last night.

Ersland is charged with first-degree murder after he shot and killed a would-be robber at his pharmacy in south OKC. After shooting and hitting 16-year-old Antwun Parker, who was unarmed, he chased two other suspects from the store firing several times.

He then went back inside and shot Parker five more times as he lay bleeding on the floor, prompting the murder charge.

He told Bill O'Reilly, "I came back in store because I was working with two ladies and I thought the person laying on the floor had shot the younger lady Megan because the mother was yelling, 'Megan, I'm so sorry, I'm so sorry. ' I went up to him, and he seemed to be just dazed, and he started talking to me, and he started turning to the right. I'm crippled. ... I thought I was going to get killed in the next few seconds."

Now, I am no bleeding-heart liberal, but it seems to me that Ersland went too far.

Many of my conservative brethern are outraged by the district attorney's actions, but it will now be up to a jury, as it should be.