Thursday, January 29, 2009


Big big Kudos to the entire House Republicans and the 11 Democrats that voted against this stupid, silly "stimulus" plan! I have to say i was pretty shocked to see that all republicans finally made the right decision together! It's unbelievable. They finally grew SOME! That's as good as we can get. Heck if we (conservatives) stay in the wilderness forever, at least we'll be standing for principles. I'm definitely proud of these guys, finally it feels like there's hope for sanity and real change in DC. Even though the bill passed, we know there are people who actually stand up for the people, and it's not the President and the liberals in congress. Now it's up to the Senate elephants and whatever sane donkeys ( although i do prefer to use an alternative word), can stand up for the people. I'm pretty sure it'll pass anyway but hopefully conservatives can find themselves some kind of hope in the senate. To the Senators: Grow a pair! Please.

Monday, January 26, 2009


Checked it out last night, it was actually really good. I thought it was pretty detailed and the acting was on point! Big ups to those guys! I definitely learnt some stuff i didn't necessarily know about that whole era.


Via :

At March, Black Pastor Warns Obama not to Preside over "Genocide" of American Blacks
WASHINGTON, DC, January 23, 2009 ( – The most well received speech at the March for Life this year was that of an African American pastor from Frederick Maryland. Pastor Luke Robinson began noting that the election of the first African American President of the United States was a fulfillment of "part" of the "Dream" of Dr. Marin Luther King Jr.Speaking of the inauguration of the "first black President" of the United States, Pastor Robinson explained: "So many African Americans and other folks cried and shouted because the inauguration was part of the deferred dream come true." But, he added, "we come here to deal with some unfinished business as it relates to the 'dream'." Then, using Barack Obama's own rhetoric, Pastor Robinson used the phrase "We need change now more than ever" which would accentuate the rest of his talk. "We are calling on the President of Change, President Barack Obama," he said, "to be an agent of change as it relates to the lives of over one million children who will be slaughtered in this, his first year as President, by a horrible practice called abortion and 'a woman's right to choose'."The most striking portion of Robinson's speech came as he begged Obama not to preside over the genocide of African Americans. "We need change Mr. President because every day about 4000 babies die by abortion. Every day Mr. President, people with your ethnic background any my ethnic background die in astounding numbers. Abortion is the number one killer of African Americans in this country.""We make up about 12% of the population and about 34% of all abortions are black babies. In the last 36 years over 17 million African American babies have died by abortion alone. We need to change this picture. We need to stop this slaughter of the innocent preborn."Please Mr. President, be that agent of change that can commute the sentence of over 1400 African American children and over 3000 children from other ethnic groups sentenced to die every day in this country by abortion.""We need change and we need it now.""I pray with so many others," he said, "that your administration will preside over the end to abortion and to the black genocide in America." "At the conclusion of your term in office, may it never be said that you presided over the largest slaughter of innocent children in the history of the country and that African Americans became an ever increasing minority under your hand."


I lied! No Hope N Change, well at least for the innocent unborn. It's funny, not funny actually, how the heck there's hope and change for the jihadi boys and no hope and change for millions of unborn babies (37% of them being African-Americans). Now he wants to spread this hope and change (more like death and despair) to my continent. In essence, let's whipe away these black people! They're making the earth so filthy, they're polluting the air so let's just make less people! That's clearly how Nancy 'the devil's daughter' Pelosi thinks. Ouch, i know that was harsh, that'll be the last time i say that. Sorry. But i got some pretty good links on this, here's one and i'll be posting others:

This will make the Obama & Co think really hard and really mad. But still they won't change their mind!

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Maybe a little Hope N Change

Day 2

It's Day to for President Obama and he's already causing hell! What kind of person are you if the first thing on your mind as President of the United States is the rights of some jihadist terrorist? Let's close GITMO? Really? If this is the foot we're getting off on, we're in for some pretty rough rough rough four years and God please let it be only four because I don't know how we'll be able to survive any longer than that. I'm an optimist but I'm not stupid!
1)Close Gitmo 2)Tax evading Treasury Secretary 3)Lifting Mexico City Law (funding for abortions abroad) 4)Suspending trials of the scums that planned 9/11...THE CHANGE WE CANNOT AFFORD!
I really don't have a good feeling about this. God forbid, but I hope soon we won't be praying for the days of Dubya..."When America used to be safe". God help us!

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

By the way...

...did you notice how the stock market tanked as the president went through his address?

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Kinda Cultish

I'm sitting here reflecting on this whole shindig and i get a text from my friend about how disspointed he is to see all these ppl literally bowing down at the feet of a HUMAN. Even though he's president i mean c'mon, you have to admit it is kinda sick. And pretty much cultlike behavior! And he went on to talk about how they are blindly following and the whole thing is making him see how possible, not only easy ppl will someday follow the anti-christ. Completely agree! It is pretty scary to see millions around the world look to a normal human being, like you and me, as some kind of savior. It's pretty darn surreal, just to say. I'm looking like I can't believe my eyes but, i guess I can...unless i wake up within the next day and realize this was just some bad dream. But when you think about it, these people, well most of them, are not ppl of faith or if they are they don't practice their faith too well. It's only when you put your faith and trust in God that you won't have to look to some lad 47 year old lad from Chicago to come save you and "pay your gas and take care of your house payments". The only person that I put MY trust in is God and i'm sorry to say these ppl that look up to Obama or any politician like that are just fools! Blind fools. I wish i can just grab everyone of them and shake them back to reality but truth is, they don't want reality. These are the same kind of ppl who want to spend money they don't have, buy houses they can't afford, get "free" healthcare from the goverment...the whole nanny state thing. The only person that can save you and God and yourself, not any politician or hero or anything. I mean the guy hasn't even done anything yet, not that I'm saying he won't but he hasn't! If this is what my generation is going to become then we have plenty of reason to worry and worry is just an understatment. The only hope ( i can go another lifetime without hearing hope and change) i have is that this indeed is America and it has overcome plenty before and whatever wave of foolishness and idiocracy is filling the air can be reversed. Because this thing is just plain cultish! Until then I'll be praying for America and the new president (especially that he changes his mind on all his plans, although pessimistic). And I think you should too! God bless the republic!

Closing Prayer

Ok, so much for the historic event of first black president. I'm not one of those ppl that are smitten that we have a first black president but i mean it's a good thing and America is moving forward right? Apparently not! The silly guy that gave the prayer, i'm sorry to call him silly but unfortunately that's what he is. Did you hear that crap? How old is he? First of all it was long as heck and then the joker went on to blab about injustice, using the poor yap yap yap. I think someone forgot to tell him we're not in the 60s anymore and that we're inaugurating a black president. These ppl just can't get enough, they get a black president and whine about the country being unfair...GROW THE HELL UP! Sorry a little ticked off. We're supposed to be praying for the new president and he talks nonsense about injustice and white doing right, black not going to the back, brown being around...WHAT? Speaking of white's doing what's right...didn't they just do that by electing the messiah?? gosh, what an idiot! I actually wish white's would do what's Right ( pun intended). C'mon ppl it's 2009 and we "my president is black", as young jeezy would say. Sorry, but they should have left the old papa at home and just told him what happend. Shame!

Inaug Speech

I'm not going to lie, I was looking forward to the inauguration speech. I was waiting for those great lines, "the ocean to part", "the sea levels to rise", "the sky will open" know that kind of stuff. Because although it's all rhetoric it's so good to hear some wishful messianic thinking every now and then. BUT i was awfully dissapointed, not just because there was none of that good rhetoric but it was just bland. And i did not plan on raining on the parade but i was actually hoping to come back on here and talk about how great the speech was. It was nothing special, i hear he wrote it...which is dissapointed because i thought he used to write those old speeches but word on the street is he had speechwriters for those. Hell, he shoulda used speechwriters for this one, maybe not the lad that was groopin' Hillary. But honestly there wasn't anything memorable about the speech, i know everybody is probably going to be raving about what great speech it was, they'll continuing the hype of Obama the candidate. I always thought he was a great performer but no substance but today was not a great performance and definitely no substance! C'mon Mr. President, it's your day to shine and you gave us that? I would have taken any speech after a primary victory or even the acceptance speech at DNC but this was dissapointing. But i will say a couple of things i thought were good was him giving thanks to Dubya (he then completely killed that in rest of speech), thanking the troops, and the line where he talked about not apologizing for being Americans...that was good stuff. Other than that it was rather boring. I know you caught michelle's brother yawning. Funny thing was i yawned about two seconds before that! That's my take on the speech...

Don't Rain On His Parade

"Give honor to whom honor is due". Well Congratulations to Barack Hussein Obama on becoming the 44th president of the United States. It's definitely historic and it is indeed a big deal. I can say that even though I don't agree with him on pretty much anything (maybe an exageration), I think he has achieved something thats never been done before. So I'm not raining on anybody's parade. Congratulations to THE PRESIDENT!

Monday, January 19, 2009

All of a Sudden

So the big news is that messiah is going to be inaugurated tomorrow. hooo ray! I guess. It's cool and all that, yahyahyah. But all of a sudden, it's cool to be an American, it's cool to sing 'God bless America' it's cool to talk about the president (in a positive manner), it's cool to go to be celebrity and go hang out with the president. Hmm...makes you wonder huh? All these celebs are starting all these organizations that sound so, pro-America. I guess. It's rather interesting to see this happening especially after 8 years of destroying America, all of a sudden these fools love the country. I guess this is part of all that 'change we can believe in'. All of a sudden, I'm feeling all 'hopey and changey', I'll leave it at that.

New York City

How bout' it? I made a shotgun trip to NY over the weekend and yes it was a pretty grand ole time. I went to meet up a couple of college friends and kick it up there. It was fun but the weather was pretty miserable. It was pretty much single digits for the most part, i thought I liked the cold maybe it's just the cold weather we get down South. NY's definitely a great place to visit but to live...that's still in question. Anyhow, it was a spontaneous trip, especially because i only bought my ticket two days before going but i think that made it much better. I might start likening this spontaneous stuff, if it continues to turn out like this past weekend. Glenn and Jarrett...y'all are wild man! I can now attest to the saying New York is "the city that never sleeps". You can say that again!

Friday, January 9, 2009


So it's January and I'm pretty siked. No not because of the inauguration of the messiah but 24 is BACK!! I've been waiting for this for over a year! And on top of is LOST! How great is that. I started to lose faith on a lot of these sorry little tv shows but the best is definitely back and from what I hear, it's better than ever. Two words, Jack Bauer! Sunday can't come any sooner. I'll be glued and i'm looking forward to the premier of 24! Sunday 7!


So it's pretty much settled now...the SEC runs this country when it comes to Football. So how bout' that! It must be a really good thing when you have LSU fans rooting for the gaytors! Well i definitely was and today i'm glad i was. What a great game! Okla-ho-ma hung in there for a good amount of time and then they just fell apart once Mr. magic man, Tim Tebow took over. It's THREE years in a ROW that the SEC has won the national championship! Is there anybody out there that still thinks their league is better than ours? Really? The only legitimate argument out there is Utah, and I won't help but say I wouldn't mind seeing another game between Florida and Utah. I think that would be one for the ages, especially with Urban 'bonehead' Meyer go back to his old school. Apart from them, We Run THIS! So shot out to the SEC, i know i don't give them much love during the regular season b/c we're enemies during that time. Big Ups to the SEC, Geaux SEC! Signing off!

Thursday, January 8, 2009

2009 thus far

So far this year politically has been a rollercoaster! We've got Israel against the world (plenty to come on that in coming days), we've got Roland 'I dare you not to seat me because I'm black' Burris, we've got King Barack getting ready to rule and we've got the normal nonsense of stupid politicians. I already said it, this is going to be an exciting year, i guess even in politics. So what we're like ten days away from the inauguration of the savior? I'm getting really giddy now! I'm sure it'll be all good, i'm not hating on him. It'll be one to watch...oops no i'll be at work so i might just TIVO it. Anyway, the only thing i'm going to harp on is the Israel versus the terrorists and the rest of the sympathetic world. I don't seem to understand how so many people could defend a known terrorist organization? What are they feeding these idiots? From Muslims to Christians to non believers around the world...what kind of crack are these people smoking? Is it that hard to figure out who the bad guy is? "Hey i'm shooting rockets from this palestianian's house, but you at the UN and rest of the world you've got my back right"? Unfortunately the answer is yes. I hate to be one to get all religiousy on all the political events but heck maybe this is the beginning of the end...everything that's right is wrong and everything that is wrong is (w)right-hint hint, i'm sure it won't be long before we hear from his ignorant mouth. God save this world! Signing off...for now!

The New Year

So Happy New Year Folks! I've been gone a couple of days into the new year but I'M BACK! And I'm back to stay! Hope everyone's been having a grand ole' time so far this year. I'm looking forward to an exciting, yet testing year. It's guaranteed to be an amazing year! Happy New Year!