July 25, 2009
Everyone knows how to catch a monkey even if you’ve never had to. Basic concept. Put a banana in a jar and make sure the mouth of the jar is bigger than a monkey paw, yet smaller than the banana. When the monkey gets hold of that banana, he won’t let go, even if it means his hand is stuck in the jar.
Barack Obama finds himself in a similar predicament. His Chicago Fund Trust is the perfect golden banana. It happens to be inside the legal jar created by Thomas Daniel’s ethics investigation findings. You see, Mr. Daniel concluded Obama had used his official title of governor to raise money for a “slush fund” to pay her legal bills. That’s a no-no, silly monkey!
With his findings, Mr. Daniel gave the Naughty Obama Monkey an out… “LET GO OF THE BANANA!” To avoid an ethics hearing, Obama could give back the money raised by the fund. Then, there would be no finding of guilt. Not only did he not let go of the money, his fund trust kept their campaign up and begging — thereby making the banana fatter and more golden.
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?
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.
One lady was very upset that there is not a single Scion xB within the Presidential motorcade.
The Gateway Pundit looking cool and golf clapping.
I have never been a big fan of the whole “Obama Bin Lyin” slogan.
Looking at Dana Loesch’s kids most likely.
Some young Patriots.
Dana Loesch being an awesome mother.
April 4, 2009
Barack Obama has signed into law a $.60 tax increase that went into effect on April 1st. Not only is this the largest federal tax increase on tobacco, not only is this tax increase larger than all of the other tax increases in America, combined, but this also marks the failure of President Obama to commit to a “Firm Pledge” to not increase the taxes of any individual making under $250,000 dollars a year. The median income of the American smoker is $36,000 dollars a year.
This tax increase is designed to help pay for a program called SCHIP; which pays for Children’s heath care in low income households (currently making up $74,200 in New Jersey). Under this bill a child may be up to 30 years old. Yet again the government aims to gain revenue from an addictive and dangerous behavior all in the name of helping the little ones. This same principle is applied to gambling at the state level; taking casino winnings, and taxing them to fund local schools. One of the problems is that in typical governmental fashion, money is often lost in the shuffle and used on other things.
Assuming that under Obama’s Next Gen Transparency, that all of the new taxes will indeed be used as it is intended, there is but one little flaw in the progressive idea behind the bill. Not only will the 156% tax increase help drive down the already falling number of smokers in the United States, but the whole plan takes revenue from a harmful activity to pay for children’s health care, promoting said activity; while at the same time, condemning the activity.
If you smoke, you are slowly killing yourself to keep kids healthy, but you are also supporting an industry that markets smoking to children and profits on the eventual suicide of everyone that uses their products. If you do not smoke you are a heartless individual that cares nothing of th American youth, are living a self-centered life, and are probably a Nazi.
I suggest that all Americans take up smoking to support SCHIP. How else will boys and girls living in low income households, that likely have one or more parents or guardians smoking in them, have the health care they want and need?
Edit: The federal tax on a pound of roll-your-own tobacco increased from $1.10 to $24.78.