Sunday, December 30, 2012

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Clinton Must Testify!

Hillary Clinton must testify infront of Congress about the deadly attack on US Consulate in Benghazi that took place on September 11, 2012, and she must do it before confirmation hearings for likely future Secretary of State John Kerry begin. Obama characterizes what happened as sloppiness, but just because he's selling, doesn't mean that most Americans are buying. I think it will be great to finally figure this all out, and I think that Clintons testimony will be eye opening, but you never know. And one more thing, in all this debate over whether the attack was done spontaneously or by terrorists, has anyone looked at the date of the attack? 9/11.  Just 11 years previous to the attack two planes ramed into some of our biggest buildings, in one of the most frightening attacks this country has ever seen. Has anyone considered that some of the same people that helped Osama Bin Ladin carry out the 9/11/01 attacks did this as one big 'screw you America', as some kind of sick anniversary. Or maybe it's that after the death of Osama Bin Ladin that these TERRORISTS felt like they were being ignored, and terrorism is only successful when the TERRORISTS are front and center in everyones mind, and everyone is TERRIFIED. Maybe they did it because they just wanted the US to think that they haven't lost all power and that they aren't as benign as our president is so quick to point out. I don't know. But what I do know is, somebody messed up, and I think it may have been Obama.

Friday, December 28, 2012

Do Senate and House Democrats Want to Go Over the Cliff?

With all the bickering, and no real plan being put forward by the Democrats (in the House or Senate), one has to wonder do the Democrats want us to go over the cliff? Let's look at what will happen if we do go over the cliff. One, the Bush Tax Cuts will no longer be in effect, which will be a win for the Democrats who, for the most part, loath the Bush Tax Cuts. Two,  military spending will be slashed, another win for Democrats. When these two things go into effect (and these won't be the only two), and we have a worsened economy, the blame will go to House Republicans. I can already hear the talking points on MSNBC "It's the Republicans fault we are in all this trouble, they wouldn't agree to anything Obama said during the time leading up to the fiscal cliff". Well, what the Democratic Party stands for and wants, is what will happen if we go over the cliff. So going over the cliff or singing on to the bullshit that Harry Reid and Obama put forward will give us the exact same results, because they are the exact same things. It's not the Republicans who are not willing to get rid of this problem. It's the Democrats.

Monday, December 24, 2012

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"If you are young, and not liberal, then you don't have a heart. If you are old, and not conservative, then you don't have a brain."
-Winston Churchill



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Are Armed School Officers the Way to Go?

I've heard some rumble over the idea that there should be armed guards at schools and, quite frankly, I don't know what it's about. Having armed guards at schools is the greatest idea I've heard emerge from the deathly shooting that took place in Newton, Connecticut. How is it a bad idea? When criminals and other evil people get guns, an armed officer will at least have an opportunity to stop them from entering the school. People opposed to this, are only opposed to this because it conflicts with their no gun message, and is a sensible alternative.

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Saturday, December 22, 2012

Ryan as Next Speaker? Please!!!

There is rumor that Rep. Paul Ryan will be a possible alternative to John Boehner this January as the house chooses its next speaker. Now Paul Ryan did support Plan B, but he (and he didn't say this, I am judging by his actions) aligns more with the Tea Party than with the moderates. Look at the Budget plan he had put out, The Path to Prosperity. That highlighted a lot of what the Tea Party has been talking about. I think that Ryan would be a great Speaker, for he is charismatic, extremely intelligent, extremely conservative, and wouldn't be afraid to fight Obama's liberal agenda. All true conservatives, need to call their congressman/woman and express to them the need to support Ryan. Ryan as the Speaker of the House would be a definite step in the right direction.

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We Have A Serious Problem On Our Hands



As I was reading an AP article this morning (here) that talked about the possibility of Boehner not being Speaker when the House reconvenes, something occurred to me. We have a problem within the Republican party, that the Democrats don't. And until we fix that problem, we won't see a Republican supermajority or a conservative President. The problem I'm describing is the split in the Republican party. Now, I'm not talking about the split between social conservatives and libertarian conservatives, because that has been there forever. What I'm talking about is the split between the Moderates (the John Boehners and Scott Browns of the world) and the "Tea Party People" (the Ted Cruz's and the Allen Wests of the world). This is a split like never before, because they are actually fighting each other. Libertarians and Social conservatives disagreed, but they always thought if they had a united front in the name of conservatism, that the conservative moment would be extremely powerful. Now, the Tea Partiers and the moderates are publicly fighting each other in the media (not literally fist fighting, you know what I mean).  And because the Democrats are united and we aren't, the Democrats are going to get their way, until something substantial is done. This can be done one, of two ways. One, we could have another Ronald Reagan to unite all conservatives, but unless somebody new pops into the political arena (and don't say Chris Christie) we are not going to see someone like that. The other option is that all the people who essentially run the Republican Party. They all sit down and say, we are going to be a party that aligns with the Tea Party/Moderates and either get on board, or get off, because that's who is gonna get our funding. If that happens, then Republicans will start to regain power in the Senate and the executive branch. Finally, on more thing. The left realized that the word "liberal" had a negative connotation attached, so what did they do? They turned that into "progressive". "Progressive" has a positive meaning attached, so liberal politicians will call themselves "progressives" all the time. Conservatives need to do that to. The negative connotation attached to "conservative" can be dropped, if conservatives pick a new name for themselves.

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Friday, December 21, 2012

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"When governments fear the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny"- Thomas Jefferson

Why John Kerry? Why???

A source tells AP that John Kerry will be nominated for Secretary of State this Friday, to precede Secretary of state Hilary Clinton. My dear God, why John Kerry. I think I spoke about this earlier, but the only conceivable worse pick than Kerry would be Edwards. Kerry is a boob, and shouldn't be considered for Secretary of State, or President as he was eight years ago. I'm no fan of Hilary Clinton, although I do wish she had won the Democratic Primary back in '08, but Kerry is not the man for the job. He has no experience in diplomacy, and served most of his senatorial career on the Small Business and Entrepreneurship committee. Obama, you want to take a "balanced approach", you want to "change" things up. Well then, choose someone who won't be a yes man. Choose a Condoleezza Rice. Hell, you can even choose a Colin Powell and he supported you in both your elections, earning the title of RINO. But the reason why Obama is choosing Kerry is because they cut a deal. They cut a deal during the campaign, and I remember reading an article, on how Kerry was helping Obama prep for the debates, and I remember thinking, "this isn't the last we will see of him".

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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Boehner to Push Plan B, White House Says Veto

I never thought he had it in him. I really did. I though Bohner would go along with what Obama said and spew a bunch of BS and in the end, try to get enough support for a liberal leaning "compromise" even though everyone would know that the bill was the farthest thing from a compromise. Well, Boehner announced, essentially, one big "fuck you" towards the white house and senate democrats. How did he do this? By putting out a bill that he knows will get through the house, but will leave it up to Obama to get his democratic buddies in the senate to let this go through, and then not veto it, so that the American public doesn't see the largest increase in taxes under his administration, and when all hell breaks looses economically because of the tax increase, Obama will have nobody to blame but himself (but don't think he won't try to blame others). The problem is, some Tea Party people (and I am not blaming them) are saying that Republicans should not vote "yay" on this, because the problem is spending, not taxes, and if this passes Republicans will lose their majority in the House come 2014. And Plan B does raise taxes on people making over $1 million. I'm not taking a side on the issue. I have my beliefs on taxes generally speaking and for the top earners, but those are irrelevant. They are irrelevant because this is a better alternative to the tax increases that would come along with not passing this.  I just hope this gets through, so the problem I described for Obama earlier in this post will happen. I don't know what the outcome of this situation will be, but if history is any indicator, when your side in politics is divided, and the other side isn't, the other side generally comes out as the winner.

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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

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Biden On Gun Policy Force?

Joe Biden is going to be heading up the charge for restricting gun's rights, or should I say, be the head of a task force in charge of assessing the current situation. Now I know when Joe Biden is doing something there is most times laughing (as we learned during the campaign) but this is no joke. Biden, for the most part, really hasn't done anything, and he's gonna want something to secure his legacy. He even said that one day he might take another run for the presidency. So what does this mean? He's going to do what it takes to be able to say, "I did something". And this my friend, is his golden opportunity. He's will try very hard to restrict guns rights, which is why we as conservatives need to fight back. Watch out my friends, a storm's a coming.

Monday, December 17, 2012

Watch Out!!! Gun Control Ahead!

After the tragic shooting that took place this last friday, you will hear from many people in the political arena how this should make you hold your children tighter, which is true. Whenever something as senseless and shocking as a shooting at a school happens, it should make you value what you have more, but there is also something you should hold on to very tightly. And that is your guns. I would say your rights, but those aren't exactly tangible. Well I guess you could hold on to your constitution. But the point is, the Gun's Rights debate is far from over. 

One might think that just like all the other times this topic has been front and center in Washington (with maybe the exception of the assault weapons ban in 94') Republicans will take the day, and we will see no significant change in our ability to own guns. Well, I hate to break this to you, but that might not be the case this time. Previous to the shooting that took place this last friday, people generally wanted to keep gun laws the way they are right now. But a gallop poll came out that says that 54% of Americans support stricter gun control laws.

 What don't people get? I'm not going to use the classic phrase "Guns don't kill people, people kill people", because the American public has grown old of the saying, and quite frankly so have I. But still, all these shootings that are taking place are not due to lax gun laws, they are due to a problem in morality. If someone has evil in their heart, they want to do something heinous, and they aren't exactly "afraid" to take their own life just like the shooter this friday, they're going to do something evil. They will find a way to kill. They'll use bombs, or knives, or a car, or fire, or some other means of killing. 

So what can we do? Lots of people will tell you that we should ban assault weapons, but in 1994 before the assault weapons ban, you were eleven more times likely to beaten to death than killed with an assault weapon, and also look at the charts below,  I got them from Mother Jones, a great site.(http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2012/07/mass-shootings-map)


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I think it's clear that an assault weapons ban would not work (Can Someone please tell Senator Feinstein this), but if you really want to fix the problem, teach kids about religion and morality in school. I'm not saying that we should shove christianity down the throats of all kids in the public school system, by making them say a prayer every day. But how about a class on the major religions of the world? Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. Teach kids that you don't necessarily need to follow any of these religions, but talk about how each of these religions promote peace, and living with your neighbor. Teach the kids prayers from each of the religions, so that if they get interested in one of them, they know how to pursue their interest, or at least where to begin. And if someone has a problem with their kid(s) being taught about how faith and religion are good, and the lessons we can learn from them, then they can have their kid opt out of the class, similar to sex ed. If the next generation is engineered thinking and believing in the ideals I touched upon above, then I promise you there will be less mass shootings.

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Obama, Just Say That Magic Three Letter Word

If you are conservative and you watched Obama's speech around 2 hours ago, then you were probably screaming at your television, or siting quietly, watching all that was in front of you unfold, and steam up in anger. Either way you were thinking the same thing every liberal, conservative, socialist, libertarian, communist, green party, etc. person in America was thinking. Just say it all ready. Obama talked about "enough is enough" and how we must take action to protect our children. Basically he talked about how we must change something, how he will do everything in his power to achieve something, but he never told us what something was, but everyone watching knew the "something" that Obama was talking about. It was Gun Control, and hopefully the ban of all guns. Why did Obama resist the urge, why did he go against every fiber in his being to not just shout out "LET'S MAKE GUNS ILLEAL"? It's because he knows that if he does this, then Republican spin misters will scream the classic line of "politicizing tragedy". And Obama knows that if he is accused of that, what he is talking about won't get done. So let me tell you, as I watched our President, with his tie which had bad lighting or something on camera, I just wanted him to say "Gun". I wanted him to say it oh so badly. But he didn't. And because of this, conservatives will have to fight a long, hard battle against Obama and his democratic congressional cronies, and conservatives must win. Because if Obama's agenda on guns rights goes into effect, all hell will break loose and the constitution will lose its meaning. Liberties will be taken left and right, and all these middle-of-the-road liberals who you constantly hear from about "guns kill people", and the purely social liberals who can never make up their minds, those are the people who will all hang their heads in shame for their part in putting America on a slippery slope to a tyrannical society.

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"The media class is the wall we need to climb over in order for our voices to be heard. Once our voices our heard then democracy will happen." -Andrew Breitbart

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Benghazi Isn't Over, No Worries

Secretary of State Clinton will be grilled on the hill and we may finally get the truth. Let's all pray things work out and we (The American Public) figure what happened in Libya that faithful day. Let's just hope she doesn't pull a Bill and lie. After all, it might run in the family.

Sunday, December 9, 2012

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"The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they're ignorant; it's just that they know so much that isn't so." -Ronald Reagan

Saturday, December 8, 2012

God Bless Michigan

This last thursday, republicans in state government in Michigan passed legislation which effectively let's workers chooses if they want to be in the union that they are eligible to join, which will cause a huge blow to unions. You see, there are a lot of people who feel that unions only suck money away from them, taking their hard earned money. Now these people won't join the unions, limiting the unions power because they will be representing less people, which means employers will make more money, which means business will get better in Michigan.

Friday, December 7, 2012

Obama (Or Someone in his Administration) is No Idiot

Sometimes you hear from the right, this outcry of how stupid Obama is, how he's ignorant and doesn't know how the economy works. Well, I'm not here to argue he's the #1 source on how to get the economy moving, but he's a genius. Back in 08' I thought, "Here is this senator who speaks pretty well and he's got his act down, but he's not a threat to Republicans because he's just not smart enough. He wasn't smart enough to know that if he wants to be president, that he needed to do at least something while in the senate. Plus, we don't really know if his policies work, because we haven't seen any bills sponsored by him go into effect." But unfortunately, just like last november, I was wrong about Obama's charisma, appeal, and charm, which carried the day. But that's not all. Someone, maybe Obama, maybe Axelrod, has been making political moves up there with the likes of Karl Rove and Lee Atwater (remember him). While there are tons of political moves which I could talk to you about, there's no need to dwell on the past, let me give you two examples happening right now. First, Obama refused to compromise with Boehner, whom he knows will do what it takes to compromise, so Boehner keeps coming back to Obama making better deals for him, which makes him seem unprincipled and causes and even bigger divide among the republican party (as if the rift between the tea party people and the moderates wasn't big enough) which makes an ineffective party, making it easier to for the democrats to pass their agenda. Second, Obama wants to see the middle class and the upper class get taxed higher. Much higher. So he will keep refusing Boehner's offers and then when he dramatically raises taxes, Obama will say, "Well Republicans couldn't meet in the middle and I was forced to raise taxes" coming out looking like roses. Click here if you want to know more about the scary truth.

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Why Conservative Economic Views Are Right, And Why Obama and the Left's are Wrong


With all the talk and rhetoric I'm sure you've heard from the media, and with all that's going on in washington, I'm sure that liberal teacher, co-worker, friend, ect. has brought up how Republicans are evil and how Obama is the second coming, so here are just a  points to bring up to various talking points liberals will throw in your face:

Liberal Fallacy #1 (LF): Obama is trying to the economy forward and all Republicans are doing is say "No" to everything he tries

Conservative Answer Using Logic #1 (CAL): The reason that Republicans are disagreeing with what Obama is putting forth (and let's not pretend that the democrats didn't do the same under George W. Bush) is because his agenda and what he wants to do to this country is absurd. We have never seen such radical policy shoved down the throat of, not only congress, but of the American people.

LF #2: Higher taxes are better for the economy

CAL #2: Actually that's just not true. Higher taxes hurt the economy for a couple of reasons. First, taxing small businesses, causes these businesses to fire people. That's not so good for the unemployment rate is it now? Second, taxing people in general is not good because it takes money out of the pockets from the consumer and investor. When people have less money, they spend, which means that companies are making less money. The same with investment. If you raise income tax people have less money to invest and put in the economy, and raising the capital gains tax will deter people from investing the little money they have left, because the risk outweighs the reward.

LF #3: The economy isn't that bad under Obama, it's seen improvement.

CAL #2: That's not true as well (wow this seems to be a common theme among liberals), the median average household income has dropped $4,000; the price of gas went up $2; Obama has somehow managed to raise the debt more than all of the other presidents in the history of the United States of America, by adding roughly six trillion dollars; the misery index in the US went up by a little under than 2 points (which if you are not familiar with the misery index, is a lot); the amount of states with "high unemployment" has doubled under Obama's tenure; We still haven't gotten back to the unemployment rates that were inherited when Obama took office. Overall, the facts are overwhelming.

LF #4: It's all Bush, this is his fault!

CAL #2: If this is all Bush, explain to me why the debt has been raised in one term of Obama, the amount Bushed raised in two terms. Also, if this is Bush's fault, why hasn't your messiah Obama fixed everything like you were fooled into thinking in 08' and last November? In fact, things have gotten worse. In his first term, Reagan didn't complain about Jimmy Carter, instead he put into place policies that worked and got Americans back on their feet. If you want to blame Bush, fine, go ahead, but a day will come where this excuse will no longer work, and it shouldn't work now.

LF #5: If Obama is so bad, and people are suffering, then why did he win the election, both the electorate and general?

CAL #5: This is probably the most reasonable argument liberals have, but still is wrong. This can be attributed to a couple of reasons. For starters, Romney wasn't exactly the best candidate the republicans had ever seen. David Axelrod painted him as a greedy, snobbish, tax dodging, ignorant (to the problems that normal Americans faced), cold man (I think Romney did this to himself a little bit, and the primaries definitely hurt him). Also, Romney played it relatively safe, while he was behind in the polls. In politics, only play it safe when you are ahead. When you are behind, you've got nothing to lose, that's the time to make a daring move. Romney made the mistake of not attacking Obama on Benghazi. If Romney brought it up at the third debate, the media would have had to cover Benghazi, but because he didn't the liberal media ignored the story to give Obama political points (or should I say took political points away from Romney). Also, 47% (148,520,000) of this country is receiving some type of entitlement from the government. It's not like suddenly they're all gonna wake up one day and say, "Gee. I want to stop getting my paycheck from the government, how do I do that? Vote Romney!" Instead the exact opposite happened. Obama won the popular by 3 million votes. Romney didn't have a shot in hell when all these people who are TAKING from the government and not GIVING think that Romney will rob them of what they're getting. It has nothing to do with people being happy with the economy.


Hope this helps.