Monday, April 14, 2008

The New Messiah of American Idol politics

Last week we got a good glimpse at what Barrack Hussein Obama really thinks about middle class Americans. During a speech to wealthy donors in San Francisco, the elitist snob said:

"You go into these small towns in Pennsylvania and, like a lot of small towns in the Midwest, the jobs have been gone now for 25 years and nothing's (sic) replaced them. And they fell through the Clinton administration, and the Bush administration, and each successive administration has said that somehow these communities are gonna regenerate and they have not.

And it's not surprising then they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy toward people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or antitrade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations."

Take a moment to let those words sink in. The New Messiah of American Idol politics is telling you and me that we are incapable of doing a damned thing without the government telling us how, that we are all sitting around getting bitter because BigGov has not come to our rescue and that we value our individual freedoms and worship God only because BigGov has not ridden in on a white horse to save our worthless butts.

Hey Barrack Hussein Obama - BS!

We believe in God simply because it is the truth.

We value our freedoms that have been paid for with the blood, sweat and tears of our fore bearers.

We believe in LEGAL immigration - after all, virtually everyone here today is descended from immigrants.

We also know that BigGov is the great destroyer of freedom and liberty; that BigGov policies that create generations of families dependent upon government handouts is just plain wrong; that we know best how to raise our families without BigGov experts telling us what to do.

What America does not need is yet another BigGov socialist who will confiscate our hard earned dollars to spend on promoting a growing reliance upon government handouts. We do not need words that mean nothing - "I believe in Hope" - come on Obama, is there anyone that doesn't believe in hope?

I seriously doubt that Americans have ever had such a collection of unqualified, elitist snobs offered up as our choices for President. If there ever was a reason for people to be bitter Mr. Barrack Hussein Obama, this would certainly qualify.

Tuesday, April 01, 2008

How's Your Home Budget Doing Minnesota?

The Minnesota state gas tax went up 2 cents per gallon today with another 3.5 cents per gallon on tap by October 1, 2008. This is on top of an average 8% increase in food prices [Read more] so far in this the year of our Lord 2008. Since all food must be transported to the store, we can safely count on even higher prices due to the gas tax increase. And let us not forget the food price increases driven by the government mandated use of ethanol (also known as the corn farmers cash cow program).

I wish I could say this was all one cruel April Fool's Day joke but that is not the case. These increases are real and are impacting every pocketbook and household budget in Minnesota. Regardless of race, creed, gender or financial status, each and every one of us are paying the ever increasing higher prices. Thanks to government taxes and government mandated programs we are all trying to figure out how to stretch our personal budgets to cover the added expenses of every item transported to the store or that is made using corn products.

So tell me Minnesota, how are you liking your DFL/socialist controlled legislature now? Are those of you who voted for big spending liberals still happy with your choice? Is your incoming increasing at the same pace as your expenses?

Wake up Minnesota. Isn't it time to tell the DFL/socialist party that enough is enough?