Sunday, August 17, 2008

Anatomy of a Obamaican Vs. Real Republican

Above is your typical Obamaican. That is a registered Republican who is supports Barrack Obama. Pictured is Lincoln Chaffee.

To your right is a real Republican. See the difference?
Any questions?


Saturday, August 09, 2008

The Bulletin's Veterans Hoax

This whole thing is a hoax. Apparently the Norwich Bulletin hasn't caught on that its Secretary of the State Secretary "Sledgehammer" Bysiewicz (also known as Connecticut OTHER Attorney General) is trying to cover up her previous embarrassment.

Check it out:

This and This and THAT !

The Norwich Bulletin would be wise to try to read a wider breath of material than just press releases of liberals in government it supports.

This case is reminiscent of Dan Rather’s un-doing. Those documents of his were fake and so is the Norwich Bulletin’s story. This isn’t even a new hoax. This so called issue was refuted months ago.

Furthermore I challenge the Norwich Bulletin’s apparent contention that Bysiewicz is “nonpartisan”. In fact that woman is one of the most partisan in the state.

I also won’t let the idea that the League of Women Voters is “nonpartisan”. Those women are lobbyists that testify in committee if favor of every liberal piece of legislation that is proposed. That’s hardly “nonpartisan”. They should be renamed The League of Liberal Women Lobbyists”.

The Norwich Bulletin and the liberal politicians they support with its propaganda are not interested in protecting the people right to vote unless they are voting the way they want them too.
If this amateur attempt of brainwashing fools you then there is no hope for you.

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Banning Jesus Christ

Its official. Jesus Christ finally has been banned in the public square. -- Well that is unless He is not in a beaker full of piss upside down as an government subsidized art exhibit that is.

Charles C. Haynes who claims to be a "senior scholar" at the so-called"First Amendment Center"
wrote this piece of trash that appeared in the local rag. The occasion was his reveling in the verdict of Turner v. Fredericksburg. This flagged draped organization is in fact a liberal front of religion-hating Catholic Bashers. Don't be fooled by the patriotic name. The intentions of this group are far from patriotic.

More and more we see government through its unelected liberal judges interfering and demeaning religion at every given opportunity. And the Old Media, the Norwich Bulletin included, never fails to gloat in times like these. The supposed concept of a wall between Church and State is constantly used as a weapon against religion itself. Simply and bluntly put, Liberals don't like religion because religion teaches us there is a difference between right and wrong.
Liberals like Mr. Haynes misconstrue that kind of spiritual certainty as intolerance.

The message we keep getting from liberals and the liberal media is that religion is bad and Catholicism is the worst of all. The self-destructive need of liberals to tear down the walls of Western Civilization will be the downfall of America if we allow it continue.
Humans need spiritual guidance and the United States is a Christian nation. It is simply the arrogance of contemporary liberals to assume that things will just naturally fall into place all by themselves. Look to history and you will find prayer in times of great peril. That prayer and spiritual guidance brought us through the darkest moments in our history. We emerged wiser and stronger.
Or at least some of us did.
The civil rights movement for example was inexorably intertwined with Christianity. What about the injustice of slavery and discrimination? That's something modern liberals certainly oppose, at least in hindsight. What about the bravery those who stood up against it, both Black and White? Some paid with their lives. If this the mindset of modern anti-religion liberals was the standard in the 1960s than Blacks would in all likelihood still be disenfranchised.
What if the Reverend Martin Luther King was banned from uttering the name of Jesus Christ at any public event? Would things have unfolded exactly the same way? I think liberals to easily forget the Reverend King convinced whites of his message primary on religious grounds. They literally saw the Light.
Fastforward to the present and you have to be an atheist Catholic-basher to be thought of as sophisticated and enlightened.
Lets not throw away all of our old fashioned values Mr. Hayne. With respect, we still have some ways to go. We have not reached our destination yet. Let's not throw away the tools that got us this far.
As for Sandra Day OConnor (Ronald Reagan's worst mistake), I hope she goes back into permanent retirement. We have endured enough of her re-writing the Constitution to last us two lifetimes.


Thursday, August 07, 2008

Third Class Petty Officer Kenny Lynch

Petty Officer 2nd Class Stephen W. Strickland (AO2)

"I served aboard the USS Forrestal from March of 1986 to July of 1989 when I transferred to NAS Cecil Field Det Astor (Pine Castle). I started out as an Airman Apprentice, assigned to G-2/ weps/ Bomb Assembly. I rose to Third class there, and then transferred up to G-1/weps Flight Deck Ordnance, where I made Second Class. I made two cruises and several Work up's. I was on board with Captain Pieno, Who sailed the MIGHTY FID up the Mississippi River for Mardi Gras In 1987, imagine 2500 sailors making that port of call! I miss the old girl, and think of her often.
I especially Think of one outstanding Airman Who I made 3rd class Posthumously, Kenneth Lynch, You couldn't ask for a more 4.0 sailor.
God Rest His Soul".

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Monday, August 04, 2008

Don't Send a Boy To Do A Man's Job.

Sean Sullivan for Congress

As a long time critic of former U.S. Representative Sam Gejdenson it pains me to say this, but one always got the impression that Sam was one of the big dogs in Congress. One gets the impression from the current occupant of that office he would be more at ease serving as an intern.

I often wonder what line of argument the incumbent uses to convince wavering congressmen on the merits of Eastern Connecticut’s worth as a defense manufacture. Let’s face it – U.S. Representative Joe Courtney (D-2nd District) ain’t no military hawk. So far Courtney has passed of his predecessor’s accomplishments as his own, but now the easy part is over.

Then there is Courtney’s foolish position sky-high oil prices. Courtney doesn’t want off-shore drilling, doesn’t want to drill in Alaska and pretends all we need to do is raid the Strategic Oil Reserve. That’s not even a short-term solution.

Republican Sean Sullivan is everything Courtney isn’t. Sullivan doesn’t blend into the woodwork and he really does believe in a strong national defense in which Connecticut plays a key part. Sullivan’s long term solution to the Energy Crisis is to drill where we know we have oil, explore alternative energy technology AND conserve.

We can’t wait two more years – we need Sean Sullivan now!

Sunday, August 03, 2008

Guglielmo and the Nanny State

Dear State Senator Anthony Guglielmo:

I am not happy about the
"New Teen Driving Laws" you trumpeted about in your "Capital Update". I think it is far over reaching. The Nanny State has struck again and she is getting more and more aggressive. I would not be bragging about voting for it if I were you.

How will this law be enforced? Will the state be pulling people off the road based on how old they look?
“Show me your papers Miss or I will tase you.”
Is there nothing better our men on the police force could be doing instead of pulling over girls out after dark on their way home from their part time job?

Why should an a person in a free society ever have to justify why she is here and not there? What country is this again?

Have you all forgotten these people are American Citizens? I think you do-gooder types forget that far to often. When a teen gets a driver's license he or she should enjoy the privileges as well as accept the responsibilities.

They can't drive after dark? Why the hell not?

Are we in Cuba or Connecticut?

Those who abuse the privileges should be punished the usual way -- no matter how old, or how young they are. This law just lumps everyone into the same category no matter how responsible they are. It sends the wrong message.

Why shouldn't teens be allowed to go out with their friends? What the hell is wrong with that? When I got a license my parents were thrilled. They were initially worried of course as I was the eldest. Their little boy was growing up but they got used to it. They were pleased that I was willing to take my three sisters everywhere they needed to go -- band practice, girl scouts and so on. Up until then they had to ferry them around and they both had demanding jobs.

What will happen to those big brothers and big sisters who are caught now taking little Sue to her Brownies meetings? Will they be arrested and tased? What’s the next step after this? How much big government regulation is enough Tony?

If you are concerned about teen deaths than a better solution would be raising the age to 17 instead of trying to regulate the behavior and parenting styles of parents. Republicans are supposed to know better.

When is the government going to officially take over the roles of parents? Can you give me some ball park date?

This is a very bad law Tony. Shame on you for voting for it and Nanny Rell for signing it.

John R. McCommas

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