Posts Tagged ‘Barney Frank’

God

October 27, 2009

I was listening to the radio today and I hear this guy saying we should kill all the elephants and hippos and I’m thinking what. Then I realize it’s Rush Limbaugh and he’s probably being facetious. But I listen in anyway after the break and he’s trying to make a point about the global warming lie.

His point was that the vegans are on a tear again about cow farts and such and Limbaugh’s point was two-fold. First was, don’t the vegans eat a lot of beans for their protien? And wouldn’t that make them fart a lot? And second, if farts are causing global warming shouldn’t we kill all the elephants and hippos as well as the cattle, shouldn’t we just kill all farting animals?

Then he went on with some sound bite from someone he called “Swifty” who sounded like the pompous ass on “South Park”. Turned out to be John Kerry, or as I like to call him Lurch. Anyway Lurch was on a roll about some twisted crap that I couldn’t even believe and he’s saying it in this pompous ass tone and it occurs to me.

Earlier I was listening to something Bawney Fwank was spewing and then Chairman Zero talking about the war like it was a scorecard between him and Bush. And it all made sense. This is what you get when you are not Godly. When you don’t believe in the “nice little fairy tale”, as they like to call it.

God created this planet to function exactly as it is and they actually think they are better than all that and they can “make a difference” with all their BS because they are heathens. They just don’t get it, and they probably won’t until they are burning in hell. Somebody once said, I think it was Franklin or one of his buddies, “All that is needed for evil to suceed is for good men to do nothing.” I think we’ve been doing nothing for quite some time. Just vote them out.

Enough

May 15, 2009

I’m a member of the working class. My parents are members of the working class. Their parents are members of the working class. All our friends and relatives are members of the working class. We work. We produce something of value. We do it all day, five, six and seven days a week. Eight, ten, twelve hours a day. Then we send a good portion of that off to DC. What do we get in return.

The conservatives tell us what is good for business is good for us. Then they give big business anything they want as business greases their palms. The liberals tell us that big business is raping us but the government will save us. Then they turn around and cater to any special interest that will slip them a few bucks. They both say they are looking out for our best interest, but nothing they do helps us. Yet we always seem to foot the bill for it.

Who IS looking out for our best interest? Barney Frank? Chris Dodd? Dick Cheney? I think we might be on our own here. When the founding fathers set this thing up we were all supposed sacrifice and take time off from our real job to get elected and go do our civic duty. When it was over we were supposed to return to the private sector and our real jobs. The idea was not that one person would get elected over and over and over. Career politicians were an abomination to them.

When I hear a politician say they have been serving for 20, 30 or 40 years I just have to wonder, serving who? They will tell you the people of the state of such and such but I rather think they have been serving themselves. And serving themselves quite nicely with heaping portions of our tax dollars as well as any booty they could cultivate along the way. That’s how it always seems to come out when they get caught. They come into the system poor and in debt to all the special interest groups who made it all possible. Then they proceed to cultivate their wealth from the American people, never actually producing anything of value. What happened?

Social security and medicare? They don’t care about it. They voted themselves health care and retirement for life, paid for by you and insured by AIG? Is that bailout starting to make sense? We need to take it all back. When they have to make their own fortune we won’t have to work until July to support them. That’s right, at last tally, July fourth is tax independence day too.

How do we solve this problem? I can see an individual going from governor to senator to president. It just makes sense that you would like someone in the presidents chair with a little experience in affairs of state. But to stagnate in one office for thirty years. How is that doing any good? Perhaps it’s time for term limits. The elected don’t seem to have sense enough to grow and move or drop out and go back to the car wash they came from so maybe we need to push them along. I don’t know, what do you think. Feel free to leave me comments.