An Open Letter To President-Elect Obama

•November 20, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Dear President-Elect Barack Obama,

First and foremost I want to be up front and say that you did not receive a vote from me, nor my family on the 4th of November.  With that being said, congratulations on your historic win.

I have to say that I am looking forward to my promised tax cut from you.  I am one of the 95% middle-class Americans that you will cut a check to.  I’m really excited for the 40% of Americans who don’t contribute to our tax system but will receive free hand-outs, that is very kind of you.

But more importantly, I can’t wait until you stick it to those Americans who have achieved the American Dream, and strip their hard earned money right out of their hands, and give it back to us little people.  I mean, we don’t need those rich people anyway, right?  I’m sure I can find employment from another poor person.  There must be millions of poor Americans that can employ the middle-class after you sky-rocket corporate taxes, don’t you think?

Another thing I am looking forward to when you take office is the premature withdrawal of our troops from Iraq.  Who really cares anyway if Iran moves in after we leave and take over the middle east through genocide.  All we have to do is ignore it or go back into a worse and more dangerous situation.  I also bet the military can’t wait until you start cutting their defense spending.  It’s common sense, since you are going to negotiate with all of the dictators and terrorists, who needs a strong defense anyway.  I’m sure your smooth talking will prevail, but if not, your pretty darn good at befriending terrorists…

Here’s something else I can hardly wait for…  Your immigration policy.  Your amnesty plan has to be right up there with the best.  Your open border policy is one of great compassion.  One would have to be blind not to see how your policy would welcome not only illegal aliens, but also terrorists posing as illegal aliens into our country.  You can bet Mr. President-Elect that I will be the first one at the border welcoming millions of illegals with open arms.  And don’t worry sir, we Americans don’t mind being put second to non-Americans, we understand that we must fend for ourselves.  We understand that we must learn to speak Spanish, because it’s just plain wrong to ask illegals to assimilate to the country the broke into.  That is just asking too much, and we should be ashamed ourselves for even thinking that way.  So un-American of us…

I do want to say not to worry about us typical white people who cling to our guns and religion, we are just bitter Americans, but maybe someday we’ll learn the roll of appeasement.

In closing, I know your busy right now developing the path to change, and I can already see change in the air with the great cabinet picks of 31 former Clinton staffers and Hillary Clinton herself!  What a fresh new start to your presidency.  I can’t wait to see what other promises of change you will reveal…  Good Luck Sir!

Change Or More Of The Same?

•November 18, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Now that Barack Obama has captured an historic election, how is the path to ‘change’ going for him so far?  Well it seems that the promise of change, the promise of rooting out the Washington establishment and bringing in a new, fresh administration has been pushed to the side.

So far 31 out of 47 personnel and counting, Obama has selected are from the Clinton administration, not to mention picking Hillary herself as Secretary of State.  Change?  What change?  And who’s the next pick?  It appears that Obama is using the Clinton administration template instead of his promise for change.  And who’s to say that the former Clinton staffers won’t be more loyal to the Clinton’s?

There is an obvious problem with this path, 16 yrs!  16 yrs have past since Bill Clinton took office.  A lot has changed, the world is more complex and more dangerous.  There are more vital issues going on at the same time, not to mention Obama has the far-left already shoving their agenda in his face.  So now is not a good time to play Back to the Future with these cabinet picks.  Been there, done that…

Still waiting on ‘Change’ Barack or will it be ‘More of the Same’…

SOUND OFF:  What do you think of Obama’s cabinet picks so far?

Hillary To Save The Day?

•September 15, 2008 • 2 Comments

Alright here’s a prediction for you to ponder…  Since Obama’s grand speech at the DNC a few weeks ago and his short lived bounce in the polls, Obama has found himself in the unfamiliar territory of losing.  He has come unraveled, and his press secretaries in the media are doing the best they can to get his momentum back.  But it seems to be backfiring on the Obama campaign.  They’ve tried lying to the American people, they have tried ‘changing’ their positions on key issues to satisfy the middle, and now they are going with the predictable, same old politics of smear tactics, which has resulted in more votes for McCain.

Time is running out, the pressure is mounting and they’re losing ground– supporters are reliving the John Kerry flop, and they’re getting a little nervous about the Junior Senator as their chosen one.

In comes Hillary to save the day…  Even Joe Biden said Hillary would be a better pick for Veep than he.  So with that, a little seed was planted, a door was reopened.  I believe that if McCain/Palin continue to surge and pull away in the polls, come October Biden will step-down, due to personal reasons or he will purposely make a gaffe for an exit strategy and then, in walks Hillary.

Why do I think this?  Because I think that Barack Obama will say and do anything to get elected!  I believe he would sacrifice Biden and pull Clinton back in just to sit his power hungry butt in the Oval Office.  I also believe that he is now regretting not putting Hillary on the ticket and now it has come back to haunt him.

The Obama campaign has no answer for Palin, no matter what the media does to undermine her nomination, the American people can see right through it and it shows.  Now if Hillary is brought in to save the day, it would ignite a huge momentum boost for the campaign and this would be a nail biter to the end.

But there’s a twist…  Hillary might pass on the offer, since she was slapped down the first time around.  Or she might pass on the offer because she is looking towards 2012 when it would be Clinton vs Palin.  Hmmm?

Look for Biden to come up with some way to bow out in October, look for Obama to win an Oscar on his performance for fighting with the decision to let Joe go, this will be great to watch!

Either way, I guess Obama learned his lesson and won’t be getting advice from his wife anymore…

An American Hero Steps Down…

•September 14, 2008 • 1 Comment

I wanted to take a time out to say THANK YOU to General David Petraeus.  A true American War Time Hero, who will be remembered as the man who turned around the war in Iraq and has led America to the path of victory.  The hero who wrote the counterinsurgency strategy manual and applied it in Iraq to the tee.

What a remarkable man and soldier, a true soldier’s-soldier, one who completely took the troops under his wings and marched forward with high morale and determination for victory.  THANK YOU General!  Thank you for never giving in to the Harry Reids and Nancy Pelosis who told you and the American people that we had failed.  Thank you for gutting it out when democrats tried to cut off your supplies for survival, thank you for putting our troops first in everything you do.  We as Americans owe you a debt of gratitude and some of us owe at minimal an apology for ever doubting you and our troops.

You have served your country with distinction and honor, and our country is safer and better because of your leadership during these enormously difficult times, but because of you, we are that much safer.

Now you will go to Central Command where we know that your great leadership will continue to deliver success for our troops and our country as a whole.  I know it has been hard for you, your troops under your command, and of course your family, but rest assure that we will remember you and the proven leader that you are.  Congratualations on your new assignment, it is well deserved, and again, THANK YOU General David Petraeus for what you did for our country…


•September 11, 2008 • Leave a Comment


What A Speaker; Obama Plagiarizes Again!

•September 11, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Source: Fox News by Maxim Lott

Barack Obama’s “lipstick on a pig” comment grabbed all the headlines Wednesday, but a line he delivered just before that remark is leading critics to wonder whether the Democratic presidential candidate’s speechwriter is a cartoonist.

On Tuesday, for the third time in four days, Obama borrowed a lengthy bubble quote from Washington Post cartoonist Tom Toles. He did not acknowledge the origin of the quote the first time he used it and credited the cartoon only after the Post contacted the Obama campaign to ask about the first use.

“John McCain says he’s about change, too. And so, I guess his whole angle is, ‘Watch out, George Bush. Except for economic policy, health care policy, tax policy, education policy, foreign policy and Karl Rove-style politics … we’re really gonna shake things up in Washington,’” Obama said during a rally Tuesday in Lebanon, Va.

As it turns out, Toles’ cartoon in The Washington Post last Friday depicted McCain addressing the White House with the caption: “Watch out, Mr. Bush! With the exception of economic policy and energy policy and social issues and tax policy and foreign policy and Supreme Court appointments and Rove-style politics, we’re coming in there to shake things up!” Read more here…

You’ve got to be kidding me, the grand speaker of hope and change has done it again, copied someone else s work, but this time from a cartoon!  Yes a cartoon, he apparently uses cartoons for his out of this world, inspiring speeches.  All this time, Obama gullibles have been just that, gullible to the Freshman Senator’s words– as if he speaks from his soul…

But how!  How could someone with this gift of the tongue, such words of inspiration, not speak from his heart, but from a cartoon caption?, the gullible asks.  Say it ain’t so Barack, so it ain’t so!  Please tell me that you can speak from your heart without the help of a fictional cartoon or teleprompter?  Is this why you stumble over your words and say things that aren’t true?, the gullible wonders.  Oh what have we done, we’ve elected someone who cannot think on his own, a true dumb ass!, the gullible yells.  Maybe no one will notice,– hey Barack just keep saying ‘change’ and ‘yes we can’, yeah keep saying that, now that’s a great speech man…

Why don’t he just hire the cartoon guy as his real speechwriter, then he can plagiarize the hell out of him…

Democrat Operatives Second Guessing The Obama Pick

•September 10, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Senior Democrat operatives are becoming increasingly frustrated with the Obama campaign and the path they’ve chosen to take.  As one Democrat operative put it “this is a deep-seated unease in the sense that the message has gotten away from them.  They were set up to run ‘experience versus change,’ what they had run [against Hillary] Clinton, and I think Palin clearly moved that to be change or reform, versus change. They are adjusting to that and it has thrown them off balance.”

Several top fundraisers for Barack Obama are now feeling that they may be burning wholes in their wallets.  “Here we go again, looks like another John Kerry in the making,” said one supporter.

Well they said it, I think that Obama has no idea how to handle Gov. Palin.  If they go after her and her family, McCain picks up more votes.  If Obama directly defends himself against Palin, then he’s not seen as Presidential.  I mean a Presidential nominee going after a VP nominee, it doesn’t look good.  This is a tight rope for the freshman Senator to walk, and right now he’s falling off.  It seems that Obama’s judgment and inexperience is starting to show…