I thought this picture was too funny. If you notice his expression he is none too happy and if you look closely, you will see what finger he has on his temple. He is finally “speaking” the truth without saying a word. LOL Got to love this picture. Finally Obama is telling us what he really thinks of us or rather US.
Archive for March, 2010
Tags: book, Obama, Pamela Geller, picture, Robert Spencer, the finger, The Post American Presidency, truth
Tags: Argentina, Brazil, Genderless, Health Care, Johnny Depp, May Welby, men, Mexican, Mexico, Neanderthal, Sean Connery, Sweden, Transgender, women
Okay, we all now when you are putting out a newspaper or producing a local news channel on television, you are going to have a slow news day now and again. And then you have to go and start creating stories out of thin air. “Local woman prefers Whopper over Big Mac, news at 11.” But some things really take the cake. Let’s look at a couple of stories that were published in Telegraph.co.uk online edition.
Women prefer feminine looking men over masculine men.
Let’s say this was true. Is it true for the vast majority of women? Or just a select few? Now here’s is the kicker. You know what they based this attraction on-health care! You have got to be kidding me!
Now researchers believe that improvements in health care in wealthy western countries mean women do not have to worry about so much about the quality of their offspring – and so are picking more feminine looking men.
They found a direct correlation between the quality of health care and the choice of male.
In countries with better health care, the more likely women would pick a feminine looking man and visa versa.
The result was that in Sweden, which had the best health care, most women (68 per cent) preferred feminine looking men.
Now did they look at the media in Sweden? Did they look at who is promoted as “attractive” in Sweden. Did they look at the magazines, the television shows which has a far more profound effect on who we deem attractive than health care!? No, Sweden has better health care so of course that is the reason they chose feminine looking men.
The article goes on to say:
Dr DeBruine said: “We found that women in countries like Brazil, Argentina and Mexico where the health is poorer were more attracted to masculine looking faces than women in countries like Belgium and Sweden, which have lower mortality rates and higher longevity.”
Basically it is saying poor women have to settle for slack-jawed Neanderthal men because their lack of medical insurance makes it necessary! What? You noticed they picked countries like Mexico, Argentina and Brazil where you find a more darker skinned people and Sweden where it is predominantly White. They are bordering on scientific racism here because the underlying tone is Swedish women are somehow “better” than Mexican women. However, I will give them the benefit of the doubt in this case, even if the whole thing is utterly ridiculous.
Never mind, Mexico is also far more traditional than Sweden and so they would prefer more masculine men because they view men and women in a more traditional sense. Sweden is far more liberal and so it would make sense they prefer the liberal-leaning fem guys. But no, it is health care! Maybe that is why Obama is so set on getting health care passed. He is a fem-looking guy. Maybe he promised all his fem guy friends-”Hey if I get health care passed, you can get all the ladies! Countries with universal health care have women who like sissy men! You’ll be set!”
Note to the scientists-you can’t group 18-40 year old women together like they are the same thing! What I liked at 18, I sure don’t like at forty and one of the things I liked at 18 that I despise now-fem guys!
And while we are talking men and women, here’s one for you. A genderless person. Britain really-put down the pipe and get off the crack!
Norrie May-Welby, 48, was born a man but had a sex change operation in 1990, at the age of 28.
After becoming unhappy as a woman, May-Welby decided to become a “neuter”. The 48-year-old is now officially recognised as a person of no specific gender.
But wait, haven’t we been told if we just go around giving all these “transgender” people operations that they will all be happy from that point on and we are just being mean not ponying up thousands of dollars to pay for their operations, “medication” and other things. Well this person got the operation they weren’t happy. So now we are just supposed to address this person as what? It? Thing. At some point you are going to have to use a pronoun people!
May-Welby said: “The concepts of man or woman don’t fit me. The simplest solution is not to have any sex identification.”
The UK’s Gender Trust welcomed the case. A spokesman said: “Many people like the idea of being genderless.”
Okay well if many people like it let’s do it then. Many people thought lynching Black people was a good idea. Many people think rape is an excellent idea-Ted Bundy sure did. Many people like the idea of skinning kittens. If many people like, I am sure it is an excellent idea. Is it no wonder Britain is going down the toilet and the only sane person in the entire country seems to be Daniel Hannan? And I love how this person says it is the simplest solution. Really? Simple-maybe for you but not for the rest of us. But I forgot, it is all about you, May isn’t it? Just like it is all about each and every one of us and we don’t have to take other people into account. But I shouldn’t be too hard on May, this is obviously a very sick person. But I am mad at the government for celebrating and validating this person’s sickness instead of trying to help them. It is gross negligence at its worst.
Tags: America, Articles, founding fathers., Germany, republic, U. S. Constitution, Weimar, WWII
Since people are obviously interested in these two constitutions (Dueling Constitutions gets the most hits every day) I have decided to do another piece. Comparing more of Weimar and its ramifications should we end up like pre WWII Germany.
One thing that is most glaring to me is that America and Germany declare themselves to be republics but in truth Germany never was a republic, it was a Reich or an empire! An empire does not take orders from the peons! To call themselves the German Reich and then add they are a republic is really to insult one’s intelligence.
The German Reich is a republic. State authority derives from the people.
Ah yes, I needed a good laugh. Thank you Weimar.
Now let’s look at their third article:
The Reich colours are black-red-golden. The merchant flag is black-white-red, with the Reich colours in the upper, inner corner.
Are you kidding me? This is what you think is important in terms of government-the colors of your flag? If our flag was purple, green and tan it wouldn’t make a difference. I love America and it has little do with “our colors!” I respect the flag as a symbol of our country, but seriously you have just finished a world war, you are devising a new constitution and instead of focusing on the needs of the people, you are doing interior design? Let’s look at our third article:
Section 1 – Judicial powers
The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish. The Judges, both of the supreme and inferior Courts, shall hold their Offices during good Behavior, and shall, at stated Times, receive for their Services a Compensation which shall not be diminished during their Continuance in Office.
There are two other sections as well, but the bulk of it deals with the Judicial powers. So Americans get together devise a constitution and think article 3 should deal with the last branch of powers in our government-the courts. And lay out what they can hear and what they can’t and a bunch of leftists Germans get together and make fashion decisions for theirs!
Okay by Article 6, they are finally getting down to brass tacks. I will post 6-10 up here:
The Reich exclusively exercises legislation in the following areas :
1. foreign relations
2. colonial affairs
3. nationality, freedom of movement, immigration and emigration as well as
4. national defense
5. national currency
6. customs service, the union of the customs and trade territory, freedom of
movement of merchandise
7. postal and telegraph service including telephone service
The Reich is responsible for legislation in the areas
1. civil law
2. penal law
3. jurisdiction including the execution of sentences as well as judicial
assistance between government offices
4. passport affairs and the registration of aliens
5. welfare for the poor and the migrants
6. press, clubs, assemblies
7. population policy, motherhood, baby, children and youth welfare
8. health care, veterinary affairs, protection of plants against diseases and parasites [Hitler would call Jews 'parasites" and that one word would cost 5 million Jewish lives!]
9. labour legislation, insurance and protection of workers and employees as well
as certification of employment
10. the establishment of institutions representing occupations within the Reich territory
11. welfare for combattants and their surviving dependants
12. the law of expropriation
13. the nationalization of natural resources, of economic enterprises, of the production, distribution and pricing of merchandise for the social economy
14. trade, measurements, the distribution of paper money, construction and stock markets
15. the sale of food as well as other goods of daily consumption
16. industry and mining
18. merchant shipping. ocean and coastal fishing
19. railways, inland navigation, motor vehicle traffic on land, water and in the air, the construction of overland roads, as far as these serve general traffic and national defense
20. theatres and cinemas
The Reich furthermore is responsible for legislation regarding taxation and other revenues, as far as they are fully or partly used to pay its expenses. If the Reich uses taxation which hitherto has contributed to the budget of the states, it has to consider the viability of the states.
Insofar there is need for the formulation of standardized regulations, the Reich has the legislation over
1. welfare system
2. protection of law and order
The Reich may, via legislation, establish principles for:
1. the rights and obligations of religious communities
2. the education system, including universities and scientific libraries
3. the rights of Beamte (3) in all public bodies
4. law pertaining land, its distribution, settlement, obligations coming
with ownership of land, housing and the distribution of population
Okay once you count all those bad boys up-you have 33 enumerated powers and can you find something that the government does not or cannot control? NO!!! Everything, even seeing a movie is under government control! We have 18 enumerated powers.
Now let’s look at our respective 10th Amendments. By this I mean, state sovereignty, who comes out better in the end? Well let’s take a look.
As far and as much the Reich does not make use of its right to legislate, the states are entitled to legislate. This does not apply to the areas in which the Reich has the exclusive right to legislate.
When it comes to state laws pertaining Article 7 Number 13, the Reich government, inasfar the welfare of the Reich is concerned, has the right to object.
That is Weimar’s and this is ours:
The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
In our Constitution, which doesn’t try to define every little thing for us but expects us to use our brains, the rights not explicitly outlined or prohibited belong to the States and people. Notice how we mention the people in ours? Were is the mention of the people in Weimar’s? In fact, if it is considered “bad” for the Reich, regardless of whether the people want it or the states want it, it cannot happen. Because it is the Reich’s welfare that is paramount not the people’s.
States have no independent of the Reich. Whereas in America they do. This is stated in Article 14
Reich laws are executed by state authorities, inasfar Reich laws do not specify otherwise.
This might look like an attempt at state sovereignty but it clearly is not. They are to be answerable to the Reich, not the people. It is a whole different feel. They are trying to create a vast government to take care of all human needs. Our founding fathers were trying to create a limited government to ensure people had the most freedom to do what they wanted. Their focus is entirely different. In the Weimar constitution the government is the master, in our constitution, the people are the master and the government is their servant.
As we continue to research Weimar, you will see how vastly subpar it is to America’s constitution and how a republic in the hands of Leftists is not a republic at all, but a grab for power. We must safeguard our freedoms and make sure we are not becoming a Nazi Germany and Lord helps us if we that’s where we end up.
Tags: Coffee Party, Government, leftists, Liberals, Patriot Beer Party, patriots, spending, tax, Tea party
Since the Tea Party has sprouted last spring and made history as patriots tried to take back their country there have been others trying to drown it during its earliest inception. The mainstream media thought it nothing more than a joke and that it was a bunch of racist rednecks who are all about hating minorities, immigrants and gays. That all we do is sit around and say; “Hmm, who can we hate today?” They got it all wrong. It was about trying to get back to the time where the government was not so out of control and the people actually had a say in how it was run. No we don’t want a return to slavery. No, we don’t want to keep women from voting. No, we don’t think America is perfect but we don’t think it is a cesspool of filth either. There is a happy medium. The Tea Party drew its name from a group of patriots who refused to pay the exorbiant tea tax considering they had no say in their own colonial government in America or in the parliamentary one back in England. So they dumped all the tea in the Boston Harbor one evening. [Though that whole dressing up as Indians, I have a problem with. It would've been more courageous had they done it just being themselves and not hid in disguises.] That is where the current Tea Party differs, there are no disguises, no false fronts being put on, people are coming as themselves and declaring themselves to be patriots. It is truly a courageous bunch of people.
Now we have others trying to copy the success of the Tea Party. We have the Coffee Party. This is what their mission is according to their site:
MISSION: The Coffee Party Movement gives voice to Americans who want to see cooperation in government. We recognize that the federal government is not the enemy of the people, but the expression of our collective will, and that we must participate in the democratic process in order to address the challenges that we face as Americans. As voters and grassroots volunteers, we will support leaders who work toward positive solutions, and hold accountable those who obstruct them.
Sounds good right? Okay but what do you consider positive solutions. The Tea Party is clear on what it wants, limited government by adhering to the powers given to it in the Constituion, lower taxes and less government interference in our daily lives. What do we mean by less government interference-well welfare would be a good example. When you are on welfare you become beholden to the government for all your needs. So yes, it is true people at Tea Parties don’t like welfare, it is not because of the people on it, it is because they feel that is overreaching and creating dependency that becomes that much harder to overcome. And I for one can vouch, people on welfare deserve better.
Next, they want to hold people who obstruct these positive solutions accountable. Also sounds good but if you don’t know what these positive solutions are then anyone can become an “obstructionist” and be held accountable. Now if they are simply going to vote them out of office, that is fine that is what we have the democratic process for. However, when a liberal says you are too far left, you got some problems. This also comes from their website:
I am a liberal but more of an independent lefty open to any ideas that make sense and solve problems. So far all I am seeing on this site is 99% typical same ole’ far left talking points and the same old name calling of anything right of far left. As a moderate I see posts telling me that I am the problem. What is diverse or new about that?
Okay so if a liberal feels left out in a left-slanting organization, something is wrong somewhere. When I went to the Santa Monica Tea Party there was a lesbian there who was proudly carrying her sign. No one ran her off, no one call her some derogatory name or told her she didn’t belong there. We didn’t even tell the woman holding her pro-Obama sign that she had to take a hike. All views were truly welcomed. Not like this person who had this to say:
We have allowed these people to have the stage alone for far too long. I know for a fact that if we put together counter events that Keith Olbermann, and Rachel Maddow, would promote them.
Progressives made a HUGE mistake allowing these people to get their nonsense over the airwaves unchallenged. We should have been at every single town meeting shouting these people down. They were loud and effective and caused the Democrats to retreat on health care.
Doesn’t sound like the so-called civil discourse they are supposedly promoting. Most town halls didn’t turn into shouting matches. They were concerned citizens asking legitimate questions and were getting no answers. It was the Left that tried to make Tea Partiers and their townhalls look like something it was not. But shouting matches is what they are best at, so it doesn’t surprise me.
So enough of this phony-baloney wannabe- Coffee Party (and what is with all the beverage names? The Tea Party took its name from an act of rebellion in our history, it wasn’t like they all got together and voted and more people liked tea so they named it the Tea Party!) Next there is the Patriots Beer Party. But after Obama’s famous beer summits, this might not be the best way to set you apart from Obama. These are people who feel disenchanted by the Tea Party and feel it is being taken over by the GOP. That is definitely a valid point, the GOP brushed it off initially and when they saw how it was growing they jumped on the bandwagon. I don’t like that either to be truthful. But if it is about all people having a voice then those in the GOP should be listened to, as long as they are not trying to fit it to their own agenda. And no GOP big wig should have any position in the Tea Party besides that of member. It is time more people had a chance to shine and not just the seasoned politicians and their cronies.
“The Beer Party Creed:I am in the famous Beer party Crew. We know of no Patriots produced by any other country whose freedom is so vigorously defended. Our exclusive Constitution has aged and produced these Re-Founding Fathers. You will find no Astroturfers who are Our equal at any price.
Great creed and I like its moxie. It has a place that discusses the Constitution, which is absolutely important. Until you know what is in the Constitution, you can’t defend it. However, it has no clear cut purpose either. It can’t be “We are mad at the Tea Party! So we are going to have our own movement!” You need a clear cut purpose of what you are fighting for or against, without that it becomes about everything and nothing and everything gets bogged down. The Tea Party would let no speaker speak if it wasn’t about taxes and government spending. It wasn’t that didn’t believe in other conservative causes as well but this was about taxes and government spending…period. The Tea Party become a force to be reckoned with because it stuck to this original purpose. It also picked significant dates for its protests. April 15th-Tax Day. July 4th, Independence Day-these days stick out in people’s minds so it made sense to do it on that day. Whether or not these two parties (movements) will make it, time will only tell but for the time being I think I will stick to Tea thank you very much.