Posts Tagged ‘Scot Brown’


February 24, 2010

There’s a lot of talk about Scot Brown being a disappointment. I don’t know how you feel but personally I expected a lot more. Of course I based my thinking on the thought that anyone who drives an old truck must be all good. I suppose I should have been considering the obvious, he’s a Republican from Massachusetts.

I guess he’s better than a Kennedy but here’s the thing. The Founding Fathers envisioned a congress where the average guy would leave his productive job and go “serve” in the congress and then go back home to his productive job. I read where the average salary in America today is $40,000.00. Who can afford to get elected on that kind of money? I will venture to say that we haven’t had an “average guy” in congress for many moons.

The type of jackal that runs for office today is normally backed by many a pocket-book all looking to get fatter, not skinnier. By the time an “average guy” gets in office he owes so many favors that he feels obligated to honor that he will inevitably produce votes like Mr. Brown’s “jobs bill” vote. He should be the poster boy for campaign finance reform.

Here’s a quick overview of my plan for campaign finance reform. Nobody spends more than $100,000.00. NOBODY! Not the Pres, nobody. No donation can exceed $100.00. This means all donations, corporate, personal, organization. The NRA can give you no more than $100.00. The SEIU can give you no more than $100.00. GM, GE, Mobil, McDonald’s, Fred Farkel, the girl up the street, the homeless guy on the corner, all no more than $100.00. If you can’t find 1,000 donations maybe you shouldn’t be running. All monies must be donated, none of your own.

Hey just a quick shot from the hip. Maybe one of you “average guys” out there can draft something up and introduce it. Probably not because congress has become a wealth building endeavor hasn’t it? That’s right, they’re rich when they go in and they’re even wealthier when they come out. Plus they usually have brokered a six figure income consulting some super-corporation after retirement. A retirement funded by the American people. What a scam. Oh well, until next time, screw environmentalists.

Greenhouse Gases

January 25, 2010

I was going to write about the media but then I thought about climate change and how it’s all but over. Then I thought about the EPA and their BS declaring carbon dioxide a greenhouse gas and I figured I better check. So I go to Climate Depot and there it is. A Politico headline “A cap-and-trade bill has a shot in the Senate”. So I go to the article and sure enough these jackals are planning legislation but with out the cap-and-trade part.

If the above isn’t enough to get your thong in a wad how about this? Voinovich, Lugar and Graham are all willing to work with the Democrats on this. Apparently the only one not playing nice with the Democrats is newly elected Scot Brown who, according to the Politico, “expressed skepticism that climate change is being caused by humans.” How long do you think it will be before he goes along with the pack (That’s right isn’t it? Jackals run in packs?).

Anyway this has gone way over the deep end here. I am skeptical that carbon monoxide (the poison stuff out of tailpipes) is a greenhouse gas, much less carbon dioxide (the stuff trees breath in and you breath out). I also question the actual existence of greenhouse gases altogether. As far as I can see no real climate change has occurred. This is just the normal ebb and flow of the weather. How can a bunch of fools take something like that and turn it into this…   whatever expletive you desire.

The Anger

January 20, 2010

I heard today of a quote from “The Leader” (Chairman Zero), I believe it was Limbaugh who threw it out there, but it was an interview with Steponallofus. I’m going to have to paraphrase here but in this quote Chairman Zero said, “…the same anger that elected me, elected Scot Brown. People want change…” Again, I’m not certain of the exact wording and it was supposed to be for release tomorrow so I am not able to find it yet (if I do I will put a link here) but this is pretty much what he said as I wrote it down when I heard it.

Limbaugh immediately attacked saying that the same anger at George Bush was not the same anger that elected Scot Brown. I beg to differ, and the thought of agreeing with Zero gives me chills, but I think he got one right. If you can find the entire quote (sorry, I was driving at the time) you will see that his intention in the statement was that people are sick and tired of politics as usual and this is exactly what elected Zero even though he turned out to be more of the same times ten, and it’s exactly what elected Scot Brown.

I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that Scot Brown will not be our weak link in this health care enslavement initiative, in fact I believe he will be one of the best Senators ever elected. Anybody that drives an old truck is on my plus list right away. But the fact is that we need to look at the rest of the chain. Sphincter already defected and there are several rinos lined up for deals (Snowe comes to mind) that we need to keep the pressure on. Harry Reid has already come out and said that this will have to wait so you know he’s planning a midnight vote somewhere down the line.

Look folks, all I’m saying is Limbaugh is right about the rest of it. Reid is on his way out, and he knows it, so he’s looking to leave a legacy. And enslaving the American people while taking over health care is just the ticket. BEWARE.

Scot Brown Wins

January 19, 2010

Yes. Fox News has just called it a win for Scot Brown in the Massachusetts Senate race. Once again, gridlock has been restored to the federal gubmint and it is safe for normal people to walk the streets again.

Teddy’s Seat

January 12, 2010

When the debate moderator, I believe it was David Gergen, asked Scot Brown if he was going to sit in Teddy Kennedy’s seat and vote against the health care enslavement initiative his response said volumes. It showed the kind of respect for the American people that is missing in too many of the criminals in congress today.

I don’t know who these people think they are, but as I have said in the past, I don’t believe many of them would be able to hold a job at the local car wash. I think just about everybody has seen the e-mail about how many of them are in legal trouble. Harry Reid and Bill Clinton’s racist remarks should give a pretty good idea of who they are, and these are just the things that are on the surface.

The fact that the Democrats have the audacity to call it Teddy Kennedy’s seat is evidence enough of what kind of people we are dealing with. And personally, the first thing I would do is get a new chair. Who knows where Kennedy’s seat has been.

The election is next week and I think it’s too late to do any good by donating now. The guy raised 1.3 million, or some crazy amount like that, in 24 hours anyway. Vaudeville Harry is worried that if the guy gets elected he won’t have his sixty vote American Express card any more so they are trying to ram some crap legislation through so he can’t vote on the health care enslavement initiative, so watch the sleazy little freak on that.

Still it looks like 2010 is already looking good. just don’t forget the November election. Oh, and what was his response? Check the link below. It’s great.