Saturday, September 18, 2010


I rarely support any candidates publicly, but this one has my support 110%. What a refreshing young stateswoman. If I were a citizen of the great state of Delaware, I'd be bursting my buttons with pride regarding this lady. Christine O'Donnell is bright, vivacious and intelligent, not necessarily in that order. Ms. O'Donnell is a genuine credit to her gender, and women all over Delaware and America should be coming to her defense, and supporting her run for the Senate. She doesn't fit the main stream profile though, she does not appear to be overly promiscuous, she doesn't have a mouth like Joy Behar, she is a Christian through and through, and she doesn't mind professing that fact. Then again, "profiling" is wrong, isn't that what the left says?

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, this candidate is a Christian, and she has faith in Jesus Christ, and she reads the Holy Bible, and she believes what it says. There are those out there who will attack her simply because she is all these things. What those attackers don't get, is that she is what the voters in Delaware want. It has been a long, long time since the state of Delaware has seen a candidate of this caliber and high moral fiber. Sure, she's been in debt, perhaps she still is, well, so was I once and so were most of us, at one time or another. Allegations that Christine didn't or couldn't pay her income tax, and that she is behind on some student loans, are just accusations. Even if that is the case, America has a tax cheat in Obama's cabinite, you remember Tim Geithner. At least Christine O'Donnell is a real person, Tim Geithner has a M.A. in economics, and he was unable to use TurboTax, he was an executive, and he lied about his fraudulent tax situation, the administration gave him a pass, so let's cut Ms. O'Donnell a little slack, on her financial downfalls, shall we? Just the other day, I heard a Republican say " Christine O'Donnell can't get elected to the Senate, she has no experience." Are you kidding me??? Don't look now, but there is a man sitting on the highest seat in the world, who sum total of presidential experience was organizing bake sales in poor Chicago neighborhoods. So, don't even tell me Christine O'Donnell is unelectable because of her lack of political experience and savvy. You'll have indulge me while I rant just a little. Washington, D.C. is currently inundated with cheats, liars, criminals, and low life's from every corner of this country. Most of them wouldn't know the word "honesty" if it slapped them in the face. I would venture to say that Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Rahm Emmanuel, Tim Geithner, Barney Frank, Chris Dodd, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi just to name a few, can't hold a candle to Christine O'Donnell when it comes to honesty and morality. If every state in America would place requirements on their candidates and hold them up to Ms. O'Donnells attributes, what a wonderful America this would be.

I know that Carl Rove is a numbers guy, they don't call him "the architect" for nothing. I usually agree with him and his opinions. If Christine only has a 10% chance of getting elected as Carl says in the November election, especially against a self professed Marxist, then it will certainly be a sad day for our nation. If a person of Ms. O'Donnell's high moral character, and sense of patriotism loses to a Marxist, then our nation is truly on the brink of collapse. If people would rather a Marxist represent them in Washington, D.C., then maybe this country has reached the Sodom and Gomorrah threshold, and we are doomed.

I think Christine O'Donnell can get elected in November, and I for one will pray for her success, support her campaign monetarily.

I have certain criteria I use when opting to support a candidate:

1) Does the candidate have good moral and Christian values?

2) Does the candidate respect, understand and support the Constitution of the United States of America?

3) Is the candidate pro-life?

4) If talk show hosts Bill Maher and Keith Olbermann are against this candidate, then I will undoubtedly be backing the candidate!!!

I suggest you use your search engine and type in: A case for Chastity, Christine O'Donnell. You will find it most enlightening and informative. We need more people like Christine serving the people of this nation.

God Help Us

Thursday, September 16, 2010


Shane Bauer/ Sarah Shourd/ Josh Fattal
Take a good look at the products of America's Higher Education System!!!
These three are all recent graduates of the University of California, Berkeley. Can you spot their similarities? If you said they all graduated dumber than they were prior to enrolling, in my opinion you guessed correctly.
In case you're not familiar with these three, (dare I say it), "angelic faces", they were the ones captured after they stumbled innocently in to Iranian territory, because the border wasn't clearly marked, (DUH!!!) back on July 23, 2009. Let's be a little hypothetical for a moment. If I said to you, hey, there's a mine field I know of, and it's half way around the world from here, what do you say, want to go for a stroll? While we're at it, lets see if we can sucker one of our girl friends into going along? May I ask what your answer would be? Let me guess; "Are you out of your ever loving mind?" I am sure it would be something to that effect. What I'm getting at is this, these three young people probably spent a minimum of four years each at Berkeley, and no one told them there was a war going on in Iraq, or that Iran is not an ally in the region. Better yet, considering they were all students, who was it that financed the trip to Iraq in the first place? Parents? Is it possible that their parents are staunch supporters of Nancy Pelosi or Barbara Boxer? Neither one of which are aware that there is a war going on in the Middle-east. Maybe the parents weren't aware of a war either, as their children were in college, and somebody else's children were doing the fighting, so they had no reason to be concerned. Whatever the reason, a call to the local travel agent might have been a good idea, or perhaps a quick call to the state department, I'm just saying... I find it difficult to believe that these three bright UCB students never heard of the war in Iraq, Afghanistan, or that Iran is looking for nuclear weapons to blow up the world. Here's a novel thought, if you want to take a gingerly stroll through a war zone, join the armed forces. There are plenty of brave men and women in the Middle-east who could certainly use a break from the war. Some of them are on their 4th and 5th tours in Iraq or Afghanistan. There is no doubt in my mind that the armed forces could use some bright Berkeley minds. Wait, wait, I am sorry, I said bright Berkeley minds, ones that purposely travel to war torn countries to go hiking the countryside are neither bright or assets to the military.
If a friend of mine said, "I'm going to jump off that 1,000 ft high cliff", I'd say hey that's crazy, don't even think about it, don't do it man!!! I wouldn't say " hey, hold up, I'll jump with you!!!" Bottom line, if my friend decided to jump, then the responsibility for the consequences solely falls on his own shoulders. Idiots do idiotic things every day, it's not the obligation of the rest of society to bail them out, foot the bill, or rescue them from their own stupidity.
I had to laugh at a picture of this student at Berkeley placing things at this alter tree as some kind of tribute to her three friends doing time in an Iranian prison. Perhaps, she should have told them, "hey, Sarah, Shane, Josh maybe no body told you, but we are fighting a war in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the Iranian government hates America and the west, please don't go, it's a stupid idea!!!" Maybe, just maybe if some one told those young people not to go, it would have kept them out of trouble. If some one did tell them not to go, it's very dangerous there, and they went anyway, then in my opinion, that Iranian prison they're sitting in, is the home they made for themselves, let them sit. Perhaps by the time they do get out, they will have learned something about life. They may actually learn that there are always consequences to your actions, and not all the consequences will be pleasant.
Enough said, I'm happy the Iranians released Sarah Shourd, I also commend who ever put up the ridiculous sum of $500,000.00 bail, I sincerely hope it wasn't hard earned American taxpayer money. We should use taxpayer money to support the men and women of the armed forces, who are in the Middle-east serving their country. I can assure you, the military is not vacationing there.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010


Christine O'Donnell
Charlie Rangel


I usually don't get involved in individual political races, but these two have given me reason to pause. Trying to understand the thinking of people and politicians which I try to separate at all costs, because politicians are rarely on the same page as the people that vote for them.

In the case of Christine O'Donnell, in her race for Senate in the state of Delaware yesterday, she won the nomination by a 53%-47% margin. Although not a totlal landslide, but certainly a decisive victory. A victory brought about by the people of Delaware, and certainly with the blessings of the Delaware and National Tea Party movement. Christine O'Donnell is being refused support by the National Republican Convention, because they don't think she can defeat her Democrat opponent in November. I'd like to go on record, and say: "Well, she probably could defeat Democrat Chris Coons, if she had the Republican Party support!" Instead, the NRC decided to throw their backing behind Mike Castle a (9) term congressman, (which is already way too long). This is another case of the disconnect between the "people" and the RNC. I don't think the RNC gets it yet. I'm sure, as a Tea Party member and speaker, that one of the main reasons the Delaware Tea Party supported Ms. O'Donnell was because she is a breath of fresh air in Delaware politics, and her supporters believe she will be honestly fresh in Washington, D.C. also. What the RNC doesn't understand, is that the "winning" isn't the important part. It's the character of the candidate, and the candidate's message and goals that are uppermost in the minds of Tea Parties across America. I'm not sure what type of Congressman Mike Castle was, but he obviously didn't impress the people of Delaware, if he had, the people would have voted for him. It never ceases to amaze me, that so many elites think they know what is better for the people, than the people themselves. We get that "you lowly voters don't know what is best for you, so we, the elite are going to tell you what you want and need." Well, with the birth of the Tea Party Movement, I've got news for you elites, that condescending attitude isn't going to cut it anymore. Tea Party people do not vote for candidates just because they can win, but because that candidate is the one we want to win, because that candidate meets the Tea Party standards. In closing on this Delaware commentary; it would be most advantageous for the NRC to come closer in line with the Tea Party Movement. We want good, honest, people with high moral standards representing us in Washington, D.C.. We want "term limits", and you can't get term limits passed, if all you do is keep electing dinosaurs to Congress.

Charlie Rangel, what can be said of Charlie Rangel? Even more frightening, what can be said of the voters in his district, who gave him an overwhelming victory over all five of his opponents? I know, Charlie Rangel's district is Harlem, but some of his opponents are from the Harlem area too, aren't they? Do the people in Harlem not have TV or newspapers? Do they not read or watch, or even listen to radio? Is Charlie Rangel the "Father of Harlem"? Has Charlie Rangle ever really done anything for the people of Harlem? Can you really support Charlie Rangel for Congress? Does a cat really have nine lives? (Now I'm sounding like a GEICO commercial.) After a little research, I found that Charlie Rangel was elected to Congress in 1971, that's 39 years ago, (I used a calculator.) What has Charlie done for Harlem? The answer, not much. In 1990, according to statistics, a 15 year old black girl only had a 65% chance of surviving to age 65. The statistics on males came out like this; a black male of the same age, had only a 37% chance of surviving to age 65. Those stats compare to India (females), and Angola (males). The year Charlie Rangel ascended to Congress, there was a mass exodus from Harlem, from the beginning of the 1970's to the end, the only people left in Harlem were the poor, uneducated and unemployed, the average household income, a whopping below $10,000.00 per year. Harlem had the highest crime rate in the city of New York, and one of the highest in the nation. Mayor Rudi Giuliani helped solve the crime problems in Harlem, even Magic Johnson and Bill Clinton helped, but I found very little mention of Charlie Rangel saving Harlem.
So why do people in Harlem overwhelmingly vote for Charlie over and over again? Well, it could be that Rangel's opponents are even more criminally inclined than he is, and people recognize the lesser of two evils, or he is the crime leader and the people of Harlem respect that. Now that Charlie Rangel is facing a trial for tax fraud and I believe evasion, I think the people of Harlem have really exalted him to Grand Criminal Poobah of Harlem. These reasons alone are the only ones I could find for Charlie Rangel's overwhelming trouncing of his five opponents for the seat in the House of Representatives. Even if one, or a little of both reasons are correct, the patheticness (is that a word?) of the situation remains the same, doesn't it?

Sunday, September 12, 2010


Imam Rauf says: He must build the Cordoba Mosque and Muslim Center two blocks from Ground Zero despite angry protests, in order to defend America and its citizens against a "danger from the radicals in the Muslim world to our national security." Rauf went on to say: "If we move from that location, the story will be that the radicals have taken over discourse, the headlines in the Muslim world will be that Islam is under attack." Rauf went on: "There is a certain anger here (in America), no doubt. But if we don't do this right, anger will explode in the Muslim world. If we don't do things correctly, this crisis could become much bigger than the Danish cartoon crisis (over images depicting the Prophet Mohammad), which resulted in attacks on Danish embassies in various parts of the Muslim world. And we (America) have a much bigger footprint in the Muslim world."

Let's analyze what this slick Muslim Imam actually said: 1.) "I have to build the Muslim center where I want it, to defend America and it's citizens from radicals in the Muslim world." He wants to defend Americans because he knows that his radicals are ready to make a violent protest, so in his wisdom, he's going to do what is right and good for America, and build that Ground Zero Mosque right where it's planned. How noble of this guy, especially when you consider, he's made no attempt to hide is goal of instituting Sharia Law throughout the United States. 2.) "If we move from this location, the story will be that radicals have taken over discourse." By that statement, Imam Rauf just called 62-70% of Americans against building the Ground Zero Mosque "radicals". That inference insults me, I don't know about you people. After all, how many American anti- Mosque protesters in NYC strapped bombs to themselves in order to blow up innocent people, just to make a point. That's right Imam Rauf, there were none. Do not place American protesters in the same box as your Muslim terrorists. 3.) " There is a certain anger here in America, but if we don't do this right, anger will explode in the Muslim World. If we don't do this correctly, this crisis could become much bigger than the Danish cartoon crisis, which resulted in attacks on Danish embassies in various parts of the Muslim world." Someone please correct me if I'm wrong. That last statement sounded a whole lot like a threat, perhaps a little veiled, but a threat just the same. "If we don't do this right or correct". What exactly is that supposed to mean? Here's what I think he means: "if we don't do this thing the Muslim way, it will not be the correct way. The only way for this to be right, is if Americans bow to the whims of Mohammad, the Qu'ran and Sharia, otherwise it's wrong. And, if we Muslims don't get our way, we'll unleash violent attacks upon you." In true Muslim tradition the fault for any violence will fall on the heads and shoulders of the Americans who were not willing to Kowtow to Muslims.

Look, Imam Rauf, there is no doubt in my mind, and I'm sure in the minds of untold hundreds of thousands of American citizens and American patriots, that a confrontation is inevitable. If Islam is throwing down the gauntlet here, you're picking a fight in the wrong nation! Speaking for myself, Muslim's don't frighten me. Muslim's are a cowardly people who beat their wives indiscriminately, they kill their daughters, presumably to restore family honor. They genitally mutilate their little girls. They carry out attacks on innocent people, they hide behind their women and children on fields of combat. They wear little black masks so no one can see who they truly are. Muslims lie, cheat and steal in order to promote their so-called religion. Muslims follow the barbaric and archaic Sharia Law which condones the stoning of women adulterers, whipping of alcohol drinkers, the cutting off of the hands and feet of thieves and the execution of homosexuals. Muslim men are pedophiles, as they can and do force sex upon little girls as young as six years old. Muslims commit all these atrocities under the guise of religious freedom as set forth in the what you call the Holy Qu'ran. Muslims are slayers of anyone who isn't a follower of Allah and Mohammad. No, Imam Rauf, I am not afraid of Islam, but I do detest Islam, and I pity anyone who follows the teachings of the false prophet Mohammad. It is my considered opinion that Islam is a false religion with a dead leader. There is nothing "holy" about the Qu'ran. Islam teaches hate, and encourages hatred, Islam has no place in America, or in any civilized nation, as Islam is NOT civilized. Your prophet Mohammad was a lunatic pedophile, who may well have succeeded in the hijacking of an entire Arab race. Islam is all these things, and because Islam is what it is, it does not frighten me. In my mind, Americans, Christians and Jews will have to fight Islam in the streets, if any of our free society is to escape from the the tyranny that comes with Islamic rule. Make no mistake Rauf, Americans will pick up the gauntlet Islam has thrown down, know that I, for one will fight against Islam till my last breath. If Islam wants to war with Christians, Jews and Americans, well...."Let's just have at it then!"

Imam Rauf, you may have found an ally in the White House, but Obama does not speak for the majority of Americans, and Americans can not and will not be ordered to accept Islam.

"Anyone who is willing to give up their freedom for security, deserves neither. " (Thomas Jefferson)

God Help This Nation