For some reason our posts have not been published on the BNN blogwire for over a month. Could it be that I publicly chastized Vivian Paige, The Virginia Editor, several times? Here, here, here, here and here, for example. (Not politically correct, I know, but she deserved it each time. If you can’t stand criticism, don’t publish such shitty articles in your pathetic blog.)
I’m sensing some gutlessness around BNN. Of course I could wait and see if there is some innocent explanation, but that ain’t my style. I’ll just assume that Vivian is at fault until she is proven innocent. Why would anybody want to have her as the Editor of anything anyways? Have you read her blog?
Update: Wow! I finally made it back onto BNN blogwire, within hours of making this complaint. Go figure. Hopefully, thanks to David Mastio, Editor of BNN…
The Emperor has no clothes on.
His campaign promise fudge lie:
“Cut taxes for 95 percent of workers and their families with a tax cut of $500 for workers or $1,000 for working couples.” (directly from BarackObama.com)
Reality, now that he snookered suckers into voting for him:
“The Obama Administration has privately concluded that a cap and trade law would cost American taxpayers up to $200 billion a year, the equivalent of hiking personal income taxes by about 15 percent.” From CBSNews.com Sept 15, 2009)
Rep. Joe Wilson, R-SC, sir, you are a hero.
UPDATE: Here is a brilliant cartoon to illustrate the insanity of trusting the Federal Government with healthcare insurance.
Politico has it bass ackwards (as usual) in an article about a study of the difference between male and female members of Congress. Politico’s title reads “Women lawmakers outperform men.” But how is performance measured in order for the author to come to that conclusion? In part, it is based upon the fact that supposedly women introduce more legislation and “bring home more money” to their districts. Even if true, both of those premises are flawed, if not down-right idiotic.
The “purpose” of having a representative in Congress is not to “bring home more money” to their districts, nor to introduce more legislation. That kind of thinking got us into this mess with a massive and bloated Federal Government dominating our daily lives. The Founding Fathers envisioned a Federal Government with limited power, so that each state would be free to control its own affairs. To paraphrase Mel Gibson’s character in “The Patriot,” why fight for independence from a despotic king thousands of miles away in order to live under the tyranny of dozens of (despotic) legislators hundreds of miles away? Continue reading
A.P. Peanutville, GA: Former (failed miserably) President of the United States Jimmy Carter, in a rare moment of candor, admitted that Pres. Obama is even more inept than Pres. Carter used to be. “I had to play the race card (referring to his previous allegation that most opposition to Pres. Obama is based upon racism) for that dumb bastard, er, I mean, for President Obama. He’s so incompetent, he needs all the help he can get. Why, back in mah day, that ‘Boy’ wouldn’t have been elected dog catcher! Anybody who still supports this President’s policies does so based only on nucking fignorance or misguided belief in ’hope ‘n change,’ whatever the hell that means… Umm. This is off the record. Isn’t it?”
A spokesman for the nearly senile Pres. Carter could not be reached for comment.
[Ok, OK! I sorta made this all up. But you know it has the ring of truth to it.]