Thursday, September 30, 2010
The camera doesn't lie!
Kind of reminds me of that John Carpenter movie with Rowdy Roddy Piper "They Live"
If you've never seen it, the premise is that ghouls come to earth and try to control humans with mind control and subliminal messages. Roddy Piper discovers this when he finds a pair of special sunglasses that reveals the horrid creatures as they really are.
I'm now in the process of trying procure a pair of these glasses so that I can prove once and for all that the current administration are just a real ghoulish bunch!
Remember how you all oinked in agreement when the racist promised "All GITMO prisoners are to be released within one year of his term?
Or, End income tax for seniors making less than $50,000
Or, End no-bid contracts above $25,000
Or, Allow imported prescription drugs
Or, Direct the Secretary of Health and Human Services to conduct a comprehensive study of federal cancer initiatives
Or, Double the Peace Corps
Or, Allow five days of public comment before signing bills
Or, Tougher rules against revolving door for lobbyists and former officials
Or, Double funding for after-school programs
Or, Allow bankruptcy judges to modify terms of a home mortgage
Or, Support human mission to moon by 2020
Or, Pay for the national service plan without increasing the deficit
Or, Give annual "State of the World" address
Or, Reduce earmarks to 1994 levels
Or, Allow penalty-free hardship withdrawals from retirement accounts in 2008 and 2009
Or, Recognize the Armenian genocide
Or, No family making less than $250,000 will see "any form of tax increase."
Or, Negotiate health care reform in public sessions televised on C-SPAN
Or, Create a public option health plan for a new National Health Insurance Exchange.
Yeah, I didn’t think so, but it sure is coming back to you isn’t it? A typical 8 year old has less broken promises than this clown.
Monday, September 27, 2010
We have a clear choice come November 2, 2010.
Say what you will about President George W. Bush, but when he was our leader I never felt the sense of despair that I see now in America.
There is a quote that sort of sums it up for me:
“Despair is the price one pays for setting oneself an impossible aim” -Graham Greene, English novelist, playwright and journalist (1904-1991)