Sunday, August 07, 2011

Family Feud Practice

Family Feud Practice

Counterpoint - Reagan's Use of Scripture

Oh the Humility!

Reagan's Use of Scripture

For the last four years I have been very concerned about the massive arms buildup undertaken by President Reagan. I have criticized his military buildup as inefficient, irresponsible and wasteful. And as for our full-speed-ahead charge into a new arms race, I have argued that this was not in the best interests of world peace. I fought that defense buildup as hard as I could and I was all ready to gear up for battle again.

Imagine my surprise upon hearing the President's assertion, backed up by Scripture, that our arms spending is sanctioned by God. I was willing to take on the President, but I sure didn't want to tangle with the Lord.

       Thev've always been out there.            

Gone Feral

Gone Feral

Gone feral on us*

ABC's Cokie Roberts said something on national television Sunday that made her colleague George Will shake his head on camera.

COKIE ROBERTS: This group of people in New York [Standard and Poor’s] is actually talking about more government rather than less government, Congressman. In fact, the reason they like France and Great Britain is because they’re parliamentary systems where the majority gets what it wants no matter what.

And the problem that we have here is the Constitution of the United States of America which actually does require people to come together from different perspectives whether it's divided government or not. We have divided branches of government under any circumstance.


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           * figuratively speaking

     Brevet Sgt. Lt, Colonel Stoo-Pid, B.A. Horse Cavalry

Final Jeapordy

Final Jeapordy

Obama is dumber than ..

Debt deal in hand, Obama blasts Washington politics

Seeming embittered by the process that sent him a bill to sign Tuesday, President Obama blasted Washington for adding an "impediment" to the economic recovery with a "manufactured crisis" over raising the debt ceiling.

I think it's "what is a bag of s-it" Alex

Girl with a cat - 1937 bzzzzzzz chtr bzzzzzzzzzzz

    Balthus (Balthasar Klossowski de Rola)

    Girl with a Cat, 1937, oil on canvas, 88.0 x 78.0 cm, private collection.

    The Polish-French artist Balthasar Klossowski de Rola is best known as Balthus. He was an esteemed but controversial modern painter. Throughout his career Balthus rejected the usual conventions of the art world. He insisted that his paintings should be seen and not read about, and he resisted any attempts made to build his biographical profile. His paintings often depicted young girls in erotic and voyeuristic poses which always caused controversy.

Well she is at least 80 now

A spot of happiness

Recess for sunshine

                   Okay. Now that's over, lets get back to hating Obamunists.   This is war.

     cuzzin ricky

Sellin Mitt



I just stumbled across this  August 2nd  blab form THE  HILL.  The left leaning voice of establishment politics has today's spotight in the "Shove  Mitt McCain down their bloody throats"  postulation.        
Romney rejection of debt deal stands out in Republican presidential field

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R) opposes the debt deal struck by President Obama and congressional leaders over the weekend — a stance that stands out from most of the GOP presidential field.

Romney emerged after weeks of silence to oppose the compromise measure that would authorize a two-tranche increase in the nation’s borrowing authority in exchange for up to $2.4 trillion in deficit reduction.

              FLASH FORWARD   to August 4th  -- HUH?

Sarah Palin knocked presidential candidate Mitt Romney for waiting until the debt-ceiling compromise was a “done deal” before speaking out against it.

“Bless his heart, I have respect for Mitt Romney, but I do not have respect for what he has done through this debt increase debate,” she said Tuesday night in a Fox News interview.

THE  HIL's patrons —   who read past the lede — soon discover the facts hardly live up to the title's premis.  

But with the exception of Reps. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) and Ron Paul (R-Texas), who oppose raising the debt limit under any circumstances ... .,

Until Sarah Palin, and possibly Rick Perry get into the race, Michelle Bachman is the only legitimate choice we have right now.  Legitimate to those of us who demand positive and REAL change in government, anyway.   (Sadly, even Herman Cain  appeared to flip-flop mid-stream on this issue)