Apr 25

It sucks not being brainwashed

I feel uncomfortable, angry and frustrated when I hear others just blow my beliefs off. Beliefs that I have developed not by sitting in the public educational system or a church but from many, many, many hours of study. People who believe what I believe are called “Flat Earthers”, idiots, uneducated…. on and on. Well, I’m glad to say that is not the case. I would debate anyone, a debate not a shouting match, who believes science has proven that evolution is a reality. It just isn’t true. Am I forcing my God on you? Hell no, just that it is fact, proven by science. You can blow it off without any thought, just like you were taught and the progressives have won you over. You are nothing but a random, although lucky (think of the odds), being. You can be abused, controlled, aborted, jailed, whatever they want because it’s all about the strongest surviving.

Now they have you in their grasp, they can convince you that anything they find not worthy of seeking the truth about can be blown off and they will just call you an idiot.

As a side note: I watched O’Reilly for many years. He used to be great but with so many years behind the camera he has gotten WAY out of touch. Many years ago I even had satellite installed because my local cable company didn’t have him. That’s all over now, I voted with my remote as you suggested Mr. O’Reilly.

Apr 24

Not-So Daily Roundup

“This is justice for Trayvon” 

Nurses Are Losing Faith In Vaccines, Becoming Distrustful of Health Authorities.


Our ‘Post-Racial’ Administration Sues Jacksonville Florida Over ‘Racist’ Firefighter Tests

Are we becoming a police state? Five things that have civil liberties advocates nervous

Are We Sliding Toward a Police State?

Apr 20

Not-So Daily Roundup

Obama’s popularity abroad on the wane, survey finds

Afghanistan’s Taliban appeal for donations

10 Things You Need To Know About Obama’s Second Term

CBO: Cost of food stamp program increased 135 percent over previous 4 years

Pelosi on Americans not paying income tax: ‘I wish they would earn more so they can pay more’ [VIDEO]

Mar 30

Not-So Daily Roundup


Not-So Daily Roundup

Mar 05

Limbaugh: Apology to student was ‘heartfelt’ – USA Today

Rush Limbaugh said today he was “sincere” and “heartfelt” in his apology to Sandra Fluke, as he explained that he never believed the Georgetown University student was a “slut” or “prostitute” when he said those words last week.

Limbaugh addressed the flap over his remarks and his subsequent apology today on his syndicated radio program.

Read the article:

Limbaugh: Apology to student was ‘heartfelt’. -USA Today

Mar 02

Blogs | Black America Web

Let me pull the race card.

I’m tired of hearing that anyone who disagrees with Obama is a racist. There are plenty of blacks that perpetuate racism, everyday, accusing others of racism because they are not black… I’m sick of it.

Do you realize how important voting for a President is? It’s not black or white, it’s representation of beliefs, values and character. You should vote for someone who represents you, not your skin. Haven’t you learned anything from the hell humanity has been through. Stop with the race crap!

Tom Joyner -  We have the chance to re-elect the first African-American president, and that’s what we ought to be doing. And I’m not afraid or ashamed to say that as black people, we should do it because he’s a black man.

Blogs | Black America Web.

Mar 01

Andrew Breitbart: Death of a Douche | | Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone reaches a new low with this article. Isn’t it beautiful how the “tolerant” left so eloquently expresses its disagreement with conservatives. The left is like a child, conservatives are the parents listening to their naive views and trying to educate them. They don’t listen and throw fits, now they embarrass themselves publicly with their foul mouths.

Read the article:
Andrew Breitbart: Death of a Douche | | Rolling Stone.

Mar 01

Chu: DOE working to wean U.S. off oil, not lower prices – Alex Guillen – POLITICO.com

By ALEX GUILLEN | 2/28/12 6:37 PM EST

The Energy Department isn’t working to lower gasoline prices directly, Secretary Steven Chu said Tuesday after a Republican lawmaker scolded him for his now-infamous 2008 comment that gas prices in the U.S. should be as high as in Europe.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0212/73408.html#ixzz1ntVmqCBd

Chu: DOE working to wean U.S. off oil, not lower prices – Alex Guillen – POLITICO.com.