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Glen Beck Throws a Tantrum

Posted on 20 July 2009 by Five0ClockCharlie

Really grow up you ass hole. Just because you have a TV show does not make you better than any other 5 year old that throws a tantrum because mommy took away your lolly pop. PS learn the facts you pinhead.

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Cap & Trade – Do you know what it means?

Posted on 29 June 2009 by scanjack

I won’t bother to debate “Global Warming” or “Climate Change” or even the fact that despite what you may see on TV Polar bears can indeed swim, and the polar ice caps are expanding (just facts, but it does appear facts are just what the government tells you they are). Instead I give you a series of links to the latest government control grid legislation which was rammed through the House on Friday evening. This “bill”, at some point titled: HR-2454″, had 300 pages added to it at around 3:00 a.m. Friday morning, bringing the total reportedly to 1200 plus pages, and literally zero time to be read before a vote was mandated. Let that sink in – have you ever read even a 500 page enjoyable book? How long did it take you to read? It wasn’t in legal jargon, and referencing other documents of varying lengths as well I’d be willing to bet.

Climate Bill is a pile of Shit!

Voluntary Serfdom Captured on C-Span Live

Maybe our Elected members of Congress should vote NO on something they don’t read first?!?

and here’s a link to the bill:

I predict a false economic recovery will be hyped if (more likely when) this Bill gets to and goes through the Senate, and all these people who have been out of work for months and months on end have jobs again thanks to the government (and decades of the US Citizens tax dollars). When everyone’s taxes, energy bills and more all start to go up dramatically, you will find yourselves pitted against the people now working in the system, and feeding, housing and clothing their families. Survival is a very powerful motivator.

Some more input on the subject:

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The money continues to flow out of the country …

Posted on 24 June 2009 by scanjack

In my humble opinion no matter what you may think of Ron Paul, or the ongoing “wars?!?” in Iraq, Pakistan etc. there are real, undeniable facts in this article.

Roll up your sleeve America ( if you can spare a hand from your bent over, spread em position) for your tasty Big Pharma vaccine.

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School Teachers paid $70k Plus to stare at rubber walls?

Posted on 23 June 2009 by Five0ClockCharlie

I ran across this blog posts while reading my rss feader today.

700 NY Teachers Paid $70,000+ to Sit in “Rubber Rooms”

You Just have to read the story.  I would love to paraphrase however you just have to read it straight from the source.

In other news

Man Arrested For Creating A Barrel Monster


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Where are your Papers?!?

Posted on 02 June 2009 by scanjack

I fully expect most people to think nothing of this unless they are one of the many who find themselves “stuck” by this new unconstitutional, multiple treaty breaking new regulation put into practice as of today, June 1st, 2009. Well there’s some “change you can believe in”.

I’m sure everything will be just fine though, just as I am sure that the planned production of the 4.3+ Billion New Flu vaccines (proposed triple shot process BTW and that is indeed a “B”illion) rolling out this Fall are delicious and healthly for you (Mayo Clinic – Children Who Get Flu Vaccine Have Three Times Risk Of Hospitalization For Flu).

Enjoy 🙁

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Update on WHO is trying to run the world …

Posted on 04 May 2009 by scanjack

There is way too much hype around this whole “Swine Flu” outbreak. You’ve heard the expression “When pigs fly!”, well this virus is at last check: 2 parts Swine Flu, 1 part Human Flu and 1 part Avian Flu – there you go, pigs with bird flu they must fly. Seriously enough with the hype all of you government shills and mainstream media goons!

NATO’s WHO Update

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How They See Our News

Posted on 17 April 2009 by GlazednConfused

Funny – this is pretty much how I see it too.

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My Voting Guide for November

Posted on 06 September 2008 by GlazednConfused

Average, moderate, non-obsessive, relatively sane American, I understand your frustration. I can relate to your apathy towards the current political process, and the “lesser of two evils” choices that has been the status quo since (at least) JFK. I too will be tempted to write in “I.P. Freely” or “Hootie McBoob” on the ballot in front of me. Washington is a Cube-like device that slices and dices the soul of every reformer or “maverick” that staggers into its rooms. The whole thing whiffs of dogshit, piled high on a bun of impotence.

Here’s my advice: come up with a list of “least” statements that’s relevant to your values and priorities. For example, here’s my list in no particular order:

(1) Which candidate is least-likely to send my son off to die in a pointless war?

(2) Which candidate is least-likely to put my name on a “list” just because I checked out Orwell’s 1984 from the local library?

(3) Which candidate is least-likely to force his values upon me and my family?

(4) Which candidate is least-likely to tolerate fat f*cking cat CEOs who hoarded millions of dollars while their companies tanked and Bob and Sandy Stockholder got fleeced?

(5) Which candidate is least-likely to pour billions of dollars into new military weapons that, with 99% certainty, will never be used because they are useless against Sue. E. Side and her C4 jacket when she walks into a crowded market?

(6) Which candidate is least-likely to bring baggage – and you know the kind I’m talking about. The kind that distorts his vision, and forces him to make bad decisions.

(7) Which candidate seems the least hypocritical? Notice I said least. There is zero chance that any person over the age of six has never changed their mind,  or backed up their words with actions 100% of the time. That’s a fact of life.

(8) Which candidate screwed over family and friends the least? Adultery, divorce, pissed-off cousins, etc. – more facts of life. But that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be tallied.

(9) Which candidate is the least-likey to be crazy? For example, if you heard one of them climbed to the top of a belltower and started tagging UCLA freshmen, which person would surprise you the most?

(10) Which candidate is least-likely to die before the end of his first-term?

Judging by my “least” statements, you probably know my candidate. The bottom line is, if you are looking for perfection, rock-solid resolve, or a candidate that is more “like you”, then you are delusional. Do some research, read a LOT, and pick and choose what’s important to you. Or you can write in Mr. Freely.

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Politics + Batman = Great Quote

Posted on 25 July 2008 by GlazednConfused

I have yet to see the new Batman movie, because my policy is always wait at least a week after opening. Also, I usually go to the earliest showing possible. Anywhoo, there is all this talk about how it parallels modern times with political themes, but I can’t comment on that – yet. However, I read a great quote in the latest EW:

Superman is how America views itself. Batman is how the rest of the world views America.” – Michael Caine

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Gasoline and Politics

Posted on 12 May 2008 by Geekstr

I realized just how much filling up the tank in my car hurts the pocketbook the other day when it cost me roughly a thousand dollars for a full tank. Ok, I’m exaggerating a bit, but it was expensive. I know everyone is complaining about the cost of gasoline at the pumps right now, and for good reason. We are a country which has access to our own natural resources. But for some reason, we insist on allowing idiots to dictate what we can and can’t do in this country.

We have enough petroleum to last several centuries, yet we’re not allowed to use it because God forbid, the tree huggers would have our heads. We’ve put ourselves in this predicament by allowing groups of whacko environmentalists to cry us into a lull with their sad stories about “global warming”.

If only for a time we could be like Saudi Arabia, where they have gasoline at $0.91 cents per gallon. That would be the life, wouldn’t it? But then we’d actually have to drill into our own resources for that to happen and I hate to say it, but Democrats and Republicans make me sick because they’re both either too ignorant or too “political” to allow that to happen for the betterment of their own “beloved” country.

I’ve altogether given up on politics because both sides are completely full to the brim with idiots, liars and politicians instead of people who truly want to do something worthwhile for their country. In fact, I may even use my right as an American citizen not to vote in the upcoming Presidential election because I have absolutely no faith in either party.

On the other hand, I do enjoy five dollar coffees on a regular basis, so I personally don’t have much room to whine. So, I guess while the elections are going on, I’ll sit at home sipping my Java while griping about gas prices and calling the politicians names that they would probably have to look up to understand. All while remaining very comfortable in my home which is cooled by my Ozone depleting central air unit. Isn’t life grand?!

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