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Coal anyone – and a wrap

So there are some other things that are really frustrating me at the moment.

Like the Obama comment on bankrupting the coal industry and that electricity prices are going to skyrocket. I know he says he is for clean coal technology, etc. But why on earth would he say this stuff? Out-loud? On tape? Hannity and Colmes talked about it last night. And just as a side note for anyone who just writes it off saying Hannity is so far right. Have you ever listened to Colmes? He is just as far left. They do represent a fair and balanced conversation.

I don’t think at this point there is much more to say. I am not really sure why calling into question statements and facts is considered dirty trickery. I do not see fear and hate being stirred up by the McCain campaign any more than it is by the Obama camp. What do you think he is doing? Both of them are on the attack, playing more to offense than defense.

Why do you think you are any different? Apparently this elections is coming at a price. A steep economic price. Way more than should have been spent. As well as the price of character. Apparently you don’t need to actually campaign for what you are going to do, what you are going to change, and actually be able to back that up with fact – you just have to smile and talk about change.

I do believe that Obama was not properly vetted. He has so much in his past that he is not willing to share with the public. When you enter public service at this level your life should be an open book. The information about birth certificates, diplomas, citizenship, etc. should have been thoroughly put out in the open. When you don’t lay it all out there it only looks like you are hiding something. If there is nothing to hide, why bother?

I do have concerns over the next four years under his administration. But why wouldn’t I? There is plenty to be concerned about. He is talking about major policy changes similar to those under FDR and the New Deal.

I found this great post over at WorldNetDaily

And while many believe FDR was a great president, few point out the welfare state created at all levels during his tenure. The belief the government was responsible for every person’s food, clothing, shelter and wellbeing was clearly a byproduct of the FDR philosophy.

The people must demand a reduction in the size of government and its spending habits. We must reduce business taxes, which are the second highest in the world. It is time to tell Washington it gets enough of our money at the current tax rate and to freeze or reduce personal taxes for everyone who pays.

This festering sense of entitlement is crippling us as a nation. Since when is everything from food to education a birthright if you are born in America? It has been ever since the great FDR started the New Deal. And, tomorrow, a new New Deal may be on the table – all courtesy of the Democratic Party that may now control the Senate, the House of Representatives and the Oval Office. It is a rubber stamp of epic proportions ready to pass a liberal’s dream come true.

There is more over at the WorldNetDaily site go read the rest of the article! It is very good.

And now the rest is up to us. Go vote. No matter the line, no matter how useless you feel your vote is. It does matter and it does count. Don’t give in to the feeling that it is a done deal. It is not over until the proverbial fat lady sings! Make your voice count. Take responsibility and be involved in government. It is your right and a privilege as well.


November 3, 2008 at 5:58 pm 1 comment

So the goal is to create apathy?

I was listening to some Rush and reading some blogs and came across this tidbit of information. It appears that there have been paid trolls on youtube, twitter, blogs, etc to create a general sense of apathy or the feeling that it is a lost cause. I have seen plenty of these types of postings and they are all very similar in nature. Stick to talking points and frequently insulting people who have opposing views. Always laying claim that there is a landslide win for Obama. (whoever wins will NOT win by a landslide. I believe this will be a VERY close election)

But here is a comment that was left over at Hillbuzz

Sarah P. writing to the Hill Buzz website responding to their story of how really well McCain is doing with angry Democrats, and the media is not covering.

“Okay, I want to clear my conscience a little.  Hopefully you could make a blog post to help some fellow Clinton supporters out.  I worked for the campaign–” Obama, “–and I can’t wait for this week to be over.  I was doing it for a job.  I was not a fan of any candidate, but over time I grew to love Hillary.  The internal campaign idea, Obama campaign, is to twist, distort, humiliate, and finally dispirit you.  We pay people and organize people to go on all the online sites and play the part of a Clinton or McCain supporter who just switched our support for Obama.  We do this to stifle your motivation, to destroy your confidence.  We did this the whole primary, and it worked.  Sprinkle in mass vote confusion becomes bewildering, most people lose patience, they just give up on their support of a candidate and decide just to block out TV, news, websites, et cetera.

This surprisingly has had a huge suppressing movement in vote turnout issues.  Next, we infiltrate all the blogs, and all the YouTube videos, and we overwhelm the voting, the comments, all to continue the appearance of overwhelming world support for Obama.  People make posts to the effect that the world has gone mad.  That’s the intention, to make you feel stressed and crazy and feel like the world is ending.  We have also had quite a hand in skewing many, many polls.”  I don’t know how they’ve done that.  She doesn’t describe how they’ve skewed the polls.  “Some we couldn’t control as much as we would have liked, but many we have spoiled, just enough to make Real Clear Politics look scary to a McCain supporter.  It’s worked, although the goal was to appear 13 to 15 points ahead.  You see, the results have been working.  People tend to support a winner.  Go with the flow, become sheeple.  The polls are roughly three to five points in favor of Barack.  That’s due to our inflation of the polls and pulling in the sheeple.  Our donors are the same people who finance the mainstream media.  Their interests are tied.  Barack then tends to come across as Teflon, nothing sticks, and trust me, there were meetings with Fox News, the goal was to blunt them as much as possible.  Watch O’Reilly, he’s become much more diplomatic and fair and balanced and soft towards Obama. It’s because he wants to retain the number one spot on cable news and have access to the Obama campaign.

“Now all the media want access, and they’re expecting more, and that’s why nothing sticks to Obama.  The operation is massive, the goal is to paint a picture that is that of a winner, regardless the results.  There is no true inauguration draft or true Grant Park construction going on.  There will be a party, but we’re boasting beyond the truth to make it seem like the election is wrapped up.  Our goal is to continue to make you lose your morale.  We worked hard at persuasion and paying off and timing and playing the right political numbers to get key Republican endorsements to make it seem even more like it was over and the world was coming to an end for you all.  There’s a huge staff of people working around the clock watching every site, every blog, we flood these sites, we have had a goal to overwhelm.  The truth is here.  I could go on and on, but you got the picture.  I’m saying this because I know Hillary was better for the country, and I now realize this.  I was too late by the time I connected to her.

“To me, Barack was just a cool young dude that seemed like a star.  I didn’t know him or his policies but now I understand more than I care to, and I realize his interests are more for him and the DNC and all working like puppets with Dean.  I always thought a president wanted the better good for the country.  The end result I see is everybody dependent on the government.  This means more and more people voting for the DNC.  This means the future is forever altered.  I don’t see this as America.  So I’m now supporting McCain.  Sarah Palin’s a huge threat.  Our campaign has feared her like you cannot imagine.  If it seems unfair how she’s been treated, well, it’s because she has had a team working around the clock to make her look like a fool,” meaning the Obama camp has had a team.  “This is a big conspiracy.  I’m so shocked.  We released a little blurb the other day that Obama campaign was already working on reelection and now putting our efforts toward 2012.  This was to make it seem like it was above us to continue caring about 2008.  Trust me, it’s alive.  David Axelrod, Plouffe, very smart, but it’s a sticky, ugly, not very truthful kind of intelligence.  It’s not over yet but I think the machine is working.  It’s a hill to climb.  I’ll be quitting my post on November 5th.  My vote will be for John McCain.  Fortunately, my position has been a marketing position.  I don’t feel I had any part of anything I’d feel guilty for, but I look forward to getting out of this as the negativity and environment upset me.  PS, my name is not really Sarah but I am a female and I understand your plight.”

Very curious.

November 2, 2008 at 4:16 pm Leave a comment

I qualify to vote! Do you?

Look at that I get to vote! See how you fare in this little quiz. I only wish I knew which three I missed!


You Should Be Allowed to Vote


You got 12/15 questions correct.

Generally speaking, you’re very well informed.

If you vote this election, you’ll know exactly who (and what) you’ll be voting for.

You’re likely to have strong opinions, and you have the facts to back them up.

Should You Be Allowed to Vote?

October 22, 2008 at 2:16 am Leave a comment

Changing your religion

I have to throw this out there, from reading profiles on facebook, tweets, etc – I have decided that there it is not worth my time to argue my position to anyone that is going to totally argue their candidate with me. You are not going to change my mind and I am not going to change yours. Now if we could hold an intelligent, civil conversation without resorting to name calling and ridiculous commentary, I would be happy to participate. Unfortunately, that is not usually how that plays out.

I find it to be similar to trying to change someone’s religious beliefs. If you have something that you hold dear to you such as your faith than you are not going to easily be swayed away from what you believe. In fact you might find it offensive when people attack you telling you that you are wrong.

So that said, I will not try to change your mind. If you will respect me and agree to disagree. I find it interesting to see the variances between each position, but I base what I believe on my values and faith.  So please know that going into any conversation.

If you do want to hold a civil discussion I welcome the conversation.

There is a reason the independent vote is the most important this election. They are the only ones who you are likely to have any influence over. So I will be interested in seeing how it turns out and how many people are swayed to one side or the other.

October 1, 2008 at 5:01 pm Leave a comment


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