Thursday, August 25, 2005

Cindy Sheehan go home for crying out loud.

Well I tried to be more subtle in my last post about Mrs. Sheehan, but it seems like she is on a mission to look crazy. I am terribly sorry for your loss; the only thing I have to compare your loss to is my own fathers death (he died at age 41). That was terrible - I can't even imagine what losing a child is like. I don't wish that on anybody.

Ok, Mrs. Sheehan I have one last message to post here to you and I will shut my trap forever about this issue.

What positive result do you think can come from this? Do you think when you meet with the president he is going to all of a sudden say, "Ok, we will pull out of Iraq. Mrs. Sheehan you have come here and shown me the error of my ways." Do you seriously think meeting with him would do anything at all about the policies in Iraq?

Let's say they pull completely out of Iraq. Not only would we fail the Iraqi people (we break it, we fix it), but we fail everyone who has given their lives for this cause.

I can't see a larger disaster than leaving Iraq right now - that's just crazy talk.

I personally do not want us in Iraq, but this is my country and our elected leaders make choices. GUESS WHAT? We live with those choices. If you can't handle that then your campaign should be to focus on real change. This is the last term for President Bush, so why not try to make your point in a way that might sway future voters. Get the people you agree with elected and don't spin your wheels waiting on the president to make an appointment with you. He has met with you - he won't even take my letters.

This message is not intended as an attack; basically its a message to get out and vote. If you want real change, work towards helping "your candidate" get elected.

Until Next Time,

Friday, August 19, 2005

Part 1 of

I am going to split what I have to say up into two parts about I would like to start off by saying that I personally do not believe the Federal Government should ever directly tax income. A sales or usage tax is something I agree with very much. Please check out this site... FairTax.ORG

There are many reasons why I do not like a flat tax. Usage tax makes so much sense in so many ways and I am not going to explain it. can explain it far better than I can. Read the site, buy the book - support the cause in anyway that you can. FairTax in my opinion is the only way to go. Here is the best way to sum up what they are trying to do.

Directly quoted from

"Simply put, the FairTax replaces the way we're currently taxed - based on our annual income - with a tax on goods and services. The FairTax is a voluntary "“consumption" tax: the more you buy, the more you pay in taxes, the less you buy, the less you pay in taxes."

I could write for hours on how great of an idea this is, but I am not going to try and sway anyone anymore than I have. I just beg you to please check out the site and make up your mind. If you are for or against, I recommend that you write your representative and voice your opinion. Please make sure to sign the petition if you are in support of this bill.

Fairtax is the way to go, please check it out and make an informed choice. Thank you greatly for your time.

Until Next Time,

Thursday, August 18, 2005

Try to sell something on Ebay...

For an average person selling on Ebay, I just don't see how they survive as a company. Just check out their Fees Section for selling items. Personally, I would avoid using their site and try to find not only a more simple solution to sell your items, but a more cost effective way to sell your items. They charge you 2 times to sell 1 item; sounds kinda like a scam to me. I have bought a few items through ebay, but most of the time I just head out to a retail store and get what I need there.

I am not saying Ebay is too complex, I just can't see an average person using them.

Until Next Time,

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

John McCain for president.

Its never to early to push the person you want for president, so I am here to openly ask for your votes for John McCain. Yes I have a man crush on him - I love him :) Please at least check out his website and listen to what the man's views are. He is not only a war hero, but a good man.

With all the negative in the world, he makes me feel like America can and will be successful in the future.

Until Next Time,

Cindy Sheehan: the new John Kerry.

Yup you heard it here, Cindy Sheehan is being treated exactly like John Kerry was during the election. I really feel sorry for this woman; losing any loved one is terrible. At least she can now be put up there with other famous FLIP FLOPPERS. President Bush accused John Kerry of Flip Flopping, and now his friends are doing the same to Cindy Sheehan.

News flash - people can change their minds. Especially after they have time to think about any one topic. President Bush has done this very thing himself. President Bush signed a bill in Texas that would allow a hospital to discontinue life support, against the families wishes, if the family member is brain dead (and if they are deemed too expensive to keep alive). In some cases children have been left to die. Recently, President Bush sided with Terry Shiavo's parents saying that her husband shouldn't remove the life support even though she was more than obviously brain dead. So is President Bush, Cindy Sheehan or even John Kerry Flip Floppers?

No - they all changed their minds when new information was introduced, or new feelings uncovered. As I said, I feel very sorry for Cindy Sheehan (and yes Terry Shiavo); any loss of life of a loved one just plain sucks.

The only thing I can tell you, Mrs. Sheehan, is that leaving Iraq will not bring your son back. His death would be in vain if we walk away now. We must finish what we started in Iraq.

Until Next Time,

Bill O'Reilly is completely worthless.

Bill Press: O'Reilly's 'No-Spin Zone' is nothing but spin This article has nothing to do with my opinion directly, but this person has been pointing out Bill O'Reilly's BS for some time. I thought it would only be fair to link his article before I posted what I had to say.


Bill O'Reilly is completely worthless. He continues to say he does not take sides yet constantly defends President Bush. Tonight Bill (08/17/05) was pretty obvious about trying to attack President Clinton. Mr O'Reilly focused on Bill Clinton being at fault for 9/11. Mr. O'Reilly get your head out of the ass of President Bush and read a newspaper; 9/11 happened in 2001, not during the Clinton administration. As a republican, I hate Bill O'Reilly being on our side. Please go help out the liberals - your hurting the conservatives more than I can even explain. Mr O'Reilly, the one thing you've got down is spin.

The facts are this easy.

#1) 9/11 happened in 2001, so lets focus on what happened in 2001 that allowed the attacks to happen. As far as I can remember, Clinton wasn't in office during this attack; but I am sure Bill O'Reilly's trying to figure out a way to spin the news in a way to make it Clinton's fault.

#2) Bill O'Reilly = Rush Limbaugh. The two biggest differences between the two are Rush is on Radio and Bill is on TV; and Rush does drugs and Bill molests his employees.

#3)Osama Bin Laden is still running around. I really don't care how or why he is running around plotting to kill Americans, lets just catch the guy.

I have a simple solution to a lot of our problems. Stop taking sides - we are all Americans. Bill O'Reilly needs to stop the lies. The dude takes sides so often it makes me sick. How about STFU and help find Osama Bin Laden. Maybe then you will be in a "NO SPIN ZONE."

In conclusion, Bill O'Reilly makes me sick. I listen to Rush Limbaugh and they sound virtually the same, but at least Rush doesn't hide like a little bitch. History is going to judge all the political figures so I really don't need to judge them. I may not agree with any of them very often, but I do agree that I want Osama to be found and brought to justice.

Until Next Time,

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Intelligent Design not so Intelligent.

Remember Intelligent Design is creationism - nothing more; there is no scientific theory based on Intelligent Design. Its just another way to try and slip religion into schools.

Bush wants alternatives to Darwinism taught in school <-- Read that.

If you read this article you will see that Bush uses a scientific ideal to try and bring Intelligent Design onto the same playing field as Darwinism. Sorry religious nuts, Intelligent Design is about as much science as a mystical creature that gives us rain. Maybe you can dance around and get this crap into schools.

Its pretty simple. Separation of church and state means you can't teach religion or practice religion in schools. Intelligent Design is based on the bible, so lets take a wild guess if this should be taught in schools. If you want to put forth a new SCIENTIFIC theory cool, but Intelligent Design is not scientific by any stretch of the imagination.

If you're really religious, then what is taught in schools can not disprove or hurt you in any way. So why are you freaking out over your ideals not being taught. Darwinism is NOT an IDEAL; its a theory that can be disproved based on science. Not a mythical creature that I can make up and never need scientific evidence to prove its existence.

Or you can use the religious method, close your eyes and pray that the evidence goes away. Just think, many religious nuts have been praying for this for a while. It doesn't seem to have turned out for them.

Until Next Time,

Monday, August 01, 2005

Warnings to Iran useless.

U.S. warns Iran against resuming nuclear work

If you read the article above, you will see that the Bush administration has no clue what's going on in the world. I will say it again - I am a Republican but President Bush is no President Reagan.

Hey Dubya, didn't you see that Iran just signed an agreement with China? Have you not been reading the news? You can't do a thing in the United Nations against Iran (China would just veto any resolution we would try to pass on Iran), so unless you want to pull another Iraq, stop making empty threats. The real issue, Mr. President, is that you need to worry about.. CHINA????? There is no longer a cold war. At the present time we are getting beat by China; pretty soon its going to be our second language (sorry Mexico). We went from a Cold War to a (I will call it) EcoWar. China is putting an Economic whoppin' to us.

I hope everyone has their eyes open to this, apparently the Bush administration doesn't care. This goes across party lines; we are all going to be the property of China if we don't watch ourselves.

Until Next Time,