Joy Behar… (and the Goldberg’s too)

16 10 2010

It’s the Behar’s of the world that keep us open to extremism and terrorist acts. They refuse to confront and only make excuses, then point fingers at those that want to point out the harsh realities around us.

The truth is that radical and extremist views are becoming the norm in the Muslin world, and the “moderates” (I guess that means those that only sorta want to harm us) stand by and do nothing.

Why are THEY themselves not confronting the radicals within Islam? If the radical extremist are such a small part of Islam why don’t the others point them out and cast them out of their midst? Why do the governments in that part of the world do nothing? Why? Because that’s where the real power, and real agenda, is in that religion. The West just continues to turn a blind eye and hope for the best.

The Taliban continues because it has the passive support of the Islamic community. Bin Laden hasn’t been found because he has the passive support of the Islamic community. Bombs go off on roadsides and in marketplaces around the world because the Islamic community is controlled by those that support terrorism and it isn’t taught against, or preached against in the Mosques nor in the homes of the Islamic community. Why? Because it is the norm, not the exception as many want you to believe.

It may not be the norm HERE yet, but it will be. Soon enough, it will be.




13 10 2010

I do not like this Uncle Sam, I do not like his health care scam. I do not like these dirty crooks, or how they lie and cook the books. I do not like this speaker Nan ,I do not like this ‘YES, WE CAN’. I do not like this spending spree, I’m smart, I know that nothing’s free. I do not like your smug replies, when I complain about your lies. I do not like this change and hope. I do not like it. nope, nope, nope!  –  Nanci Lovelace

Thanks to Kathleen McKinley

For those that deserve it most – Nothing!

12 10 2010

Our Seniors Citizens were perhaps the first (and worst) to be hit by the market crash of a couple of years back, with many that had scrimped, saved and invested for retirement wiped out. Yet, over the last several years we’ve seen a minimum wage increase of some 40% (killing growth in jobs and increasing basic prices in the process). Over the course of those last few years we’ve seen little and now no increase in the cost of living adjustment for our Social Security recipients.
That is shameful enough on its own, but at the same time that there is no money to help our seniors we see massive bailouts for banks, brokers, car companies, and the ever democrat friendly unions.
It’s hurtful to see our past hard working retired seniors scrimping and penny pinching and at the same time giving that stoic “we’ll get by” response that they have become so used to giving. We should be tending these folks needs first, for they sacrificed more than most of us will ever know to tend to us.
Our government should be ashamed!