Obama’s Love/Hate relationship with The Constitution

May 24, 2009

I want to point out that Obama took a Oath to The Constitution of the United States of America, and yet he sees it as flawed document that constraints freedoms. His goal is to change The Constitution anyway he can; whether it’s through the democrat controlled Legislative Branch, or the Judicial Branch that he will soon have the opportunity to change for years to come.

Above: Obama calls The Constitution is a imperfect & flawed document.


Above: More of Obama’s view on The Constitution; as well as, the Judicial Branch.

This last one is long, I hope you are ready for it. That’s what she said.

Above: Obama talks about his vow to “Preserve, Protect & Defend” that same “imperfect document”.

On another note:
If there are illegal activities going on at Guantanamo, then stop the illegal activities. If you think the name has been tarnished and feel like that matters so much, change the name to Cake Town. Why spend millions of dollars on closing a perfectly functional military base when the government is running out of money, and there is no plan on what to do with the current inmates?

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The Metro Link Stimuli

May 16, 2009

I didn’t want the American Recovery and Reinvestment act to pass but it did. I also understand some of the efforts of governors to change the diameters of the stimulus money. Some governors quickly said that they would not accept the money, and while that sounds nice and fluffy; what’s done is done. Rather than rejecting the money set aside set for the states, I like attempts to redirect the money to things that will help the state. Some governors wanted to use the money to pay off the state debt; great idea. Every state should have at least a balanced budget, if not have extra money somewhere in case of emergency, just as individuals.
Being out in the suburbs of Saint Louis I would like to see the stimulus money the expansion of Metro Link. I hate suburbs because they are not economical, they are not environmental and far to often they are not attractive. I do like New Town at Saint Charles but it has one major problem; as beautiful as it is, you still have to go some where else to get most goods and services. To do that you still need a automobile.
The Metro Link is sad, having only now two lines and not one of them crossing into Saint Charles County. If you live in Missouri but out side of the Saint Louis Metropolitan area you might not understand the importance of Metro Link expansion. It will help with traffic which is a battle that can’t seem to get a edge here. New and better roads are made only after there is a problem and by the time they are done, there is a new problem. This traffic wastes people’s time, it wastes energy, puts more ware on the existing roads, which annually costs the state money to repair and replace. In expanding the Metro Link, there will be less vehicles on the road, less energy used, and money saved buy the people; as well as, the state. That saved money could later be used across the state.
The building of the new lines would temporarily bring new jobs to the area and would expand the reach of local businesses to a much wider populace. Having a line through Saint Charles would mean that I could practically walk to the city, or maybe I could walk to work.
I do understand that people like my racist democrat grandparents have blocked the bills to expand the Metro Link into Saint Charles, but as more people from the Saint Louis move into Saint Charles, and the expansion is promoted as a “green” endeavor, this may get done in my life time.
I am a for decreasing our footprint on Earth, I do not agree with most of the Green Movement, but I will co-opt it with my want of a economically and environmentally sound society.

End Abruptly: to play Rock Band 2 Wii.


Three Wii Games I want in the USA

May 4, 2009

I just bought Klonoa, a remake of a classic PSX platformer, and so far I am very pleased. A solid game that I some how feel nostalgia for even though it is the first time I have ever played a Klonoa game.
Right now there are many Wii games that I am looking forward to that have yet to come out in the US. Currently I have on reserve; Donkey Kong Jungle Beat, Punch-Out!!, The Munchables, Muramasa: The Demon Blade, Let’s Tap, The Conduit, and of course Wii Sports Resorts.

Some games like Trace Memory:R and Endless Ocean 2 will most likely come here but there is still no word yet.

The following three games will probably never see a US release, and should because they would help flush out the often criticized Wii game catalog.


Saint Louis Tea Party Welcome Obama

May 2, 2009

Unfortunately he probably didn’t get to see us because in typical politician fashion he slipped through the back door. He did make mention of us in the speech he made on Wednesday, but I am afraid he has gotten all is info on the Tea Party from the Huffiington Post, given that he has called us teabaggers.

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One lady was very upset that there is not a single Scion xB within the Presidential motorcade.

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The Gateway Pundit looking cool and golf clapping.

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I have never been a big fan of the whole “Obama Bin Lyin” slogan.

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Looking at Dana Loesch’s kids most likely.

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Some young Patriots.

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Dana Loesch being an awesome mother.