we love you and miss you so.....I hope you find Jesus....
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Sunday, March 24, 2013
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Sunday, March 17, 2013
Boner's on a roll./ Let's see what this little bit of honesty in Washington gets him. The crisis is political not economic but don't tell the brainwashed voters who believe that even Jesus can't save us from the big bad deficit!
Boehner: No US debt crisis right now, but it's on the horizon | Fox News
House Speaker John Boehner broke from some Republicans on Sunday when he agreed with President Obama and other Democrats who say the country does not have an immediate debt crisis. “We do not have an immediate debt crisis,” the Ohio Republican said on ABC’s “This Week.” However, Boehner said such a crisis is on the horizon and disagreed with Obama about the need to fix the problem now. “We have one looming because we have entitlement programs that are not sustainable in their current form. They’re going to go bankrupt,” he said. “I would argue that we do need to do something.”
Friday, March 15, 2013
First, there have not been any balanced budgets in our lifetime. The government just runs deficits off the books.....these expenditures are referred to as "off budget outlays". Second, our Social Security trust funds have been used to cover up deficits making the Clinton years look good. And third, the boom under Clinton was the results of REGANOMICS!
And fourth, budget deficits are accounting gimmicks to rally or scare the shit out of uninformed voters who believe that government spending disappears down a rat hole and we will go bankrupt paying it back......
Now, keeping the government small has been a grand goal because the government now owns us and the gang who owns the government controls the global empire our forefathers created to make us the wealthiest people in history. And they will kill or imprison you to keep it that way.
I have no problem with you and I controlling the empire through honest government but we ain't there, are we? The rot is at the very top. Proven every election that very few, if any, candidate can get elected unless he joins the gang in Washington and takes their money and do what he is told.
Most of the time these people are threatening our old age insurance so they can bomb the Hell out little brown people around the world. Even though the brown people have nothing but their bodies to fight back with. So, the net result? We wont rob the old geezers if you just leave our military budget alone (Ever not wonder where all the deficit spending comes from?)
Ron Paul had a point that if we would quit fucking with these unimportant countries most of our international problems would go away. Remember, we bribe them instead with sex, drugs and rock n roll and make them like us, Americans.
But, who wants to Americanize these people when we can simply scare the shit out of ninnies and little old ladies here in the states to vote and give money to the gang that owns us to keep killing them.
These people , like the Japanese and now Chinese, would make good little consumers if given a chance. But the war machine must continue because all those billions are spent and create jobs and votes.
By the way, I am all for empire. I believe everybody on the planet should be able to eat, sleep, fuck and shit without being bombed let alone imprisoned for opening their mouths. One thing I've learned that most people would prefer to be bought!!
Let's start with offering anyone who can read and write English citizenship. Then we can tax them for Social Security and Medicare and leave the sick and dying alone.
Do you see why I can no longer support the Republicans or Democrats. They thrive on bribes, fear mongering and asinine economic theories!!
The handful of balanced budgets achieved in the past four decades have tended to be the result of a strong economy. The surpluses of the late 1990s, for instance, came about in no small part because of unexpectedly strong economic growth and a bubble in the stock market, as well as tax increases and spending cuts during the Clinton administration. Now, how and whether to get back to a balanced budget seems to be a new fight between Democrats and Republicans. “It will generate a debate over the appropriate goal of long-term fiscal policy,” wrote William A. Galston of the Brookings Institution in an analysis of Mr. Ryan’s budget plan. “Is it to eliminate the deficit and the debt, to ensure that the debt does not rise as a share of G.D.P., or something in between?”
Thursday, March 14, 2013
Soon he'll be replaced by a Mexican Democrat because of his stand on amnesty and other bizaar things. Graham has been a closet Democrat since day one. No one pays much attention to them except the liberals in the press. I'll not write of them again because.....I TOLD YOU SO....
» Patton: McCain and Graham, Irrelevant or Dangerous? » Commentary -- GOPUSA
Amash has put his finger on the pulse of the problem. John McCain and Lindsay Graham have been in Washington far too long. When a Republican United States Senator prefers to attack Rand Paul and Ted Cruz for defending liberty rather than Barack Obama and Eric Holder for trying to destroy it, that senator has become irrelevant at best or dangerous at worst.
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
It is now well-established that women of minority sexual orientation are disproportionately affected by the obesity epidemic, with nearly three-quarters of adult lesbians overweight or obese, compared to half of heterosexual women,” according to a description of the grant. The taxpayer money was awarded to Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston to study the relationship between sexual orientation and obesity. The project is overseen by S. Bryn Austin. The grant was awarded through the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. The hospital received a 2011 grant worth $778,622 and a 2012 grant worth $778,622. According to the NIH grant, the project’s end date is in 2016. NIH Spokesman Robert Bock told Fox News future grant payments could be impacted by sequestration. “It is not possible to say how this or any other NIH grant will be affected in the long term beyond the 90 percent funding levels already in place,” he said in a written statement. “Obesity is one of the most critical public health issues affecting the U.S. today,” the grant states. “Racial and socioeconomic disparities in obesity are receiving increasing attention; however, one area of disparities that is only beginning to be recognized is the striking interplay of gender and sexual orientation.” The hospital noted that heterosexual males have nearly double the risk of obesity compared to gay males. “Our study has high potential for public health impact not only for sexual minorities but also for heterosexuals,” the grant states.
Sunday, March 10, 2013
Wednesday, March 06, 2013
With an official unemployment rate of over 8 per cent destroying jobs is nuts. Cutting benefits to anyone leads to new faces in Washington who haven't a clue of what to do.. Of course, the old faces don't either. We need to quit panicking over accounting gimmicks and concentrate on our government quit growing us into a dictatorship or revolution.
The only way to do that is quit creating new entitlements and programs not slash our economy into depression levels and then we find an Emperor to make it all better. I'm an Empire kind of guy as i believe everyone on the plane deserves to be an American citizen if they want and we have no business killing them when we can just bribe them.
Just imagine a thousand nuts blowing themselves up in our shopping malls or court houses. The only way right now is to spy on everybody and arrest anyone that fits the profile.
Even writting a blog could get you arrested!
By the way, my solution would work with Mexicans too. Just fine them for their crime of illegal entry and after an appropriate waiting period, swear them in and start collecting taxes.
Read the followin piece on line and you'll find that I've answered his question about saving Social Security....TAX THE SHIT OUT OF THEM!!!
To put it differently, no matter what budget reforms we enact, we have a long-term care problem — not a long-term deficit problem. Even if we dramatically cut down on the long-term deficit by slashing entitlement spending, so that any care in excess of that has to be funded privately, we'll still face the same challenge. That challenge cannot really be solved through budgets. No matter how much we tax now, no matter how much we save now, in the future the economy will be limited to what it is able to produce. The challenge is to set that limit as high as possible, so there is as much as possible for the young and the old to divide it among themselves according to market processes. The point is that we're going to work, one way or another, to keep an elderly population in decent conditions. Whether we do this by making sure Social Security is self-funding through benefit cuts or tax hikes, or by creating structures that encourage people to have more children who can care for them, or by some other means, is secondary at best.
Saturday, March 02, 2013
get rid of the old, the sick and the military...problem solved. Then we hire politicians with half a brain and restart the programs for the old, the sick and the military. Once we eliminate the deficit we can start over again because you can't run a modern economy with out deficits. It takes a year to gather the taxes to pay for today's expenditures.
So, you borrow or print until then....THIS IS CALLED DEFICIT SPENDING.
Oh yeah, didn't I ever tell you it ain't gonna happen!!
Too many politicians and media types. in order to get the government from smothering us, invented deficits will bankrupt us and our children. Sounds great except not one single politician will survive such a dumb move. Taking checks from people who depend on them is a nonstarter.
Talk about political suicide!!
He then argued that given the state of the economy, we’re currently spending too little, not too much: “A substantial portion of the recent progress in lowering the deficit has been concentrated in near-term budget changes, which, taken together, could create a significant headwind for the economic recovery.” Finally, he suggested that austerity in a depressed economy may well be self-defeating even in purely fiscal terms: “Besides having adverse effects on jobs and incomes, a slower recovery would lead to less actual deficit reduction in the short run for any given set of fiscal actions.” So the deficit is not a clear and present danger, spending cuts in a depressed economy are a terrible idea and premature austerity doesn’t make sense even in budgetary terms. Regular readers may find these propositions familiar, since they’re pretty much what I and other progressive economists have been saying all along. But we’re irresponsible hippies. Is Ben Bernanke? (Well, he has a beard.)
Friday, March 01, 2013
Why give this clown an audience? Like everybody else on CNN he'll be history soon enough without promoting his career!
» Snotty CNN Host Berates Second Amendment Supporter » Fresh Ink -- GOPUSA
For more than a week, All Around Pizza in Virginia Beach has grabbed national attention as gun-toting patrons have taken advantage of a discount offered to customers who carry a firearm or have a concealed handgun permit. On Tuesday night, Piers Morgan of CNN told the restaurant owner that he hopes the promotion "fails spectacularly." It's the only national interview that Jay Laze has granted. He said it took all of his nerve to go on CNN, but he chose the show because he wanted to promote the Second Amendment to Morgan's audience, just as he has to his customers.