Archive for 13 Dec 2011

I have finally settled on a candidate that I think can not only beat Obama, but mop the floor with all competitors in this game of politics.

Ladies and gentlemen, may I present:

Nyuk nyuk nyuk. I’ll moiderlize that guy! Whoop whoop whoop whoop whoop!

I think there are no other possibilities at this point. At least none that I think are conservative enough to right this sinking ship.

God help us.

Liebster Blog Award…

Posted: 13 Dec 2011 in Uncategorized
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I’ve been nominated for the Liebster Blog Award by Mountain Republic.
So I’d like to thank MR for the nomination and thanks to all the few of you that read my blog. It’s greatly appreciated.

This is what is needed to accept the award:

Thank your Liebster Blog Award presenter on your blog. Check.
Link back to the blogger who awarded you. Check.
Give your top 5 picks for the award. Check.
Inform your top 5 by leaving a comment on their blog.
Post the award on your blog.

My top 5 picks are:

1. Mountain RepublicAn American through and through.Yes he’s on my blog roll. Part of my daily round-up.

2. Cmblake6 An Air Force Vietnam Vet, and patriot. Also on my blog roll.

3. Boudica BPI Weblog –  Another fine patriot. Also on my blog roll, please visit.

4. The Story of LibertyAnother fine blog that deserves your attention.

5. JunkScience.com –  If you are sick of the global warming hysteria, I highly recommend this site.

Doesn’t really surprise me, but I am glad to see that most Americans see the real problem is government, not businesses.

Unfortunately, I think there are some people that think big labor isn’t a problem. I rank big labor a close second to big government as being the problem that America needs to overcome ASAP.

Americans’ fear of big government – partly fueled by a sharp spike among Democrats since President Barack Obama took office – almost reached a record high this year and is far greater than people’s concerns about big business and big labor, a new Gallup poll Monday shows.An overwhelming 64 percent of people surveyed said big government was the biggest threat to the country, compared to just 26 percent who said big business is their gravest concern and 8 percent who picked big labor.

The all-time high for percentage of people who said big government was the biggest threat to the country was in 1999 and 2000, when 65 percent named it the country’s biggest menace.

Republicans are most wary of the threat of big government than are Democrats or independents – 82 percent of GOPers said big government was the biggest threat to the nation, compared to 64 percent of independents and 48 percent of Democrats who said the same.

via Poll: Little love for big gov – MJ Lee – POLITICO.com.