Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Obama isn't trying to make us into Socialists

A male health-care worker who appears to be Ellie Light – the letter writer whose name appeared in dozens of newspapers nationwide praising President Obama – also is a diarist for the far-left Daily Kos website and an online friend of an individual tied to a radical pro-Obama group associated with William Ayers' Weathermen terrorist organization.

IF Obama isn't trying to turn us in socialists, then why are so many of his supporters dyed in the wool, COMMUNISTS and SOCIALISTS?
  • Tom Hayden, a former state senator who was a founder and principal organizer of the Students for a Democratic Society. Discover the Networks notes Hayden, previously married to actress Jane Fonda, traveled many times to North Vietnam, Czechoslovakia and Paris to strategize with communist North Vietnamese and Viet Cong leaders on how to defeat America's anti-communist efforts.
  • Bill Fletcher, a former Maoist and current leader of Democratic Socialists of America or DSA. The New Zeal blog notes Fletcher was also a founder of the Black Radical Congress, closely linked to the Communist Party USA, which advocated for "progressive social justice, racial equality and economic justice goals within the U.S.
  • Progressives for Obama includes among its ranks many former members of the 1960s radical organization Students for a Democratic Society, from which the Weathermen terrorist group splintered, as well as current and former members of other radical organizations, such as the Communist Party USA
Wake up America. Socialists are puppeting your government leaders and you seem indifferent or blind to it entirely.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Better Off Deadbeat: Craig Cunningham Has a Simple Solution for Getting Bill Collectors Off His Back. He Sues Them.

Craig Cunningham's waiting for a particular type of phone call—one from a representative of a debt collection agency or a credit card company, whom he'll try to ensnare like a Venus fly trap. It's not unlikely that Cunningham's next call will be from a bill collector, since he's between jobs—except for being in the Army Reserve—and owes $100,000 in debts.

Good for you Craig. Arming yourself with knowledge, that is something more Americans should do. A excellent example of knowing the rules and not letting someone take advantage of you.

This explains a lot

Children who are ambidextrous, using either hand with the same ease, may be more likely to have mental health, language and academic problems than their peers, according to a new study.

The researchers say the findings may help teachers and health professionals identify children who are particularly at risk of developing these problems.

My wife is ambidextrous...need I say more?

Monday, January 25, 2010

Was NFC championship loss Brett Favre's last game?

NEW ORLEANS – Battered and beaten, Brett Favre limped off the field for perhaps the final time.

After the game, a glassy-eyed Favre had scratches on his nose and bruises on his forehead. He said he wasn't quite ready to make a decision on his future just yet.

"I know people are rolling their eyes or will roll their eyes," Favre said. "In a situation like this I really don't want to make a decision right now based on what's happened because I do know the year could not have gone any better aside from us not going to Miami. I really enjoyed it, to be honest.

"Just wondering if I can hold up, especially after a day like today. Physically and mentally. That was pretty draining. I am going to go home, a couple of days and just talk it over with the family."

If anything he says today or even this week can be believed, he said in a pregame interview that he already knew what was going to happen. Meaning, he knew if he would retire OR comeback for another year OR retire/comeback again. I'm going to throw out another possibility, Brett Farve will retire, then he will decide he is going to play another year, and then RETIRE! So you heard it here first loyal readers.