Tuesday, October 26, 2010

The Underlying Reason Democrats Don't Understand America

At times VP Jabbering Joe Biden slips up and states exactly what Democrats believe.

VPOTUS, who stood next to Bishop and grasped the four-term Democrat’s shoulder at several points during his remarks, waded into the audience as he discussed the nation’s need to compete with education and infrastructure investments made by nations like China and India, and Republican opposition to such spending.

“Every single great idea that has marked the 21st century, the 20th century and the 19th century has required government vision and government incentive,” he said. “In the middle of the Civil War you had a guy named Lincoln paying people $16,000 for every 40 miles of track they laid across the continental United States. … No private enterprise would have done that for another 35 years.”

Jabbering Joe probably has uncovered proof of an undislosed Dept. of Energy grant to Thomas Edison and a FAA funding of the Wright Bros. Maybe a light bulb will go on as he's flying back to Washington, DC.

By What Margin Must Repubs Win To Prevent Dems From Stealing Election?

Well, in WV it's probably 5%. Chicago is more difficult, but take the number of graves, divide by whatever percentage necessary and add union votes on top of Demo machine votes, hold until necessary and serve late. In Cleveland and Detroit one must take the number of empty lots and houses and multiply by 3-4 registrants (as necessary) voting for Democrats. In other states the recipe may vary due to temperature, unguarded border length and altitude.

When you can’t persuade voters Cheat


Tornado sirens have been intermintently for about 40 minutes here. The dogs are attached to my legs and the barometric pressure (?) is playing havoc with my head.

As a child I would travel with my father to devastated areas hit by tornadoes. My main job would be to keep him awake as he never knew how long we would be there. Yep, all the stories of straw inbedded like nails in walls are true. A famer's wife hysterical because she was holding her husband's hand as they ran for cover and then, he was just gone. The sadness of the scenes still lay within me. My father, a veteran of WWII, would be a doctor, priest and counselor to these people, but on the way home would pull to the side of the road and sob. These were moments that held us together later.

I am praying for those in the most dangerous areas surrounding our small community. While we are protected by terrain they are not.

The sound of the horns, though a wonderful warning, is so mournful.