Friday, September 11, 2015

Founder's Quote, 11 September 2015

An honorable Peace is and always was my first wish! I can take no delight in the effusion of human Blood; but, if this War should continue, I wish to have the most active part in it. - John Paul Jones, letter to Gouverneur Morris — 1782

Bobby Jindal: Donald Trump Is A Narcissistic Egomaniac

...about damn time someone called out Donald Trump as the egomaniac that he is...

How Obama Is Regarded By Our Enemies...


*deadpans* ...as much as I've slagged on Russia - and Vladimir Putin, come to think of it - I can't help but laugh and agree with the sentiment above...

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Seared Music: Quicksilver Messenger Service - "Fresh Air"

...couldn't decide what to listen to tonight, so I thought I'd start here first...

If War Ever Breaks Out Between The U.S. & Iran Involving Nukes...

...let's thank those 42 Democrat Senators for putting it into motion!
After the world becomes unbearably dangerous because of Obama's treachery to destroy this country, after Iran becomes a nuclear power, American patriots should make sure the following treasonous idiots are never forgotten when it comes time to mete out their punishment:
And no, I don't mean go shoot them. I mean bring them to justice by way of the courts for voting in the Democratic party's interest and against this country's interest.
Here are the traitors whose names should live in infamy, all Democrats except for the first two who are so-called Independents. I should like to point out the self-hating Jews (high-lighted in Bold) who will vote for the destruction of Israel and should particularly be singled out for punishment for endangering the State of Israel: (Planck's Constant)
Here's how the 58-42 cloture vote went down in the Senate....now, while I myself wouldn't go so far as to use the word treason in regards to those 42 Democrat senators, I do agree w/Bernie over at Planck's Constant that should things ever go south because of this agreement, the blood of millions of innocents will - emphasis on will - be on those senators' hands.

Founder's Quote, 10 September 2015

The construction applied...to those parts of the Constitution of the United States which delegate Congress a power...ought not to be construed as themselves to give unlimited powers, nor a part to be so taken as to destroy the whole residue of that instrument. - Thomas Jefferson, Draft Kentucky Resolutions — 1798

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Seared Music: Mason Williams - "Classical Gas"

..... *looks around* ....oh, don't mind me; I'm just dancing to the music... ;)

Obama's Legacy...


...any questions?

Trump Receiving 25% Of Black Vote In General Election Poll

In a general election, it would be an electoral bloodbath for the Dems' if this panned out...
For all the talk about Donald Trump allegedly driving minorities away from the Republican Party, could he actually bring people in?
A SurveyUSA poll released Friday shows in a hypothetical matchup with Hillary Clinton, Trump is ahead 45% to 40%. But digging into the racial breakdown of the respondents is revealing. For example, the poll finds 25% of black respondents say they would vote for Trump over Clinton. (The American Mirror)
Why should we take this polling seriously, you ask? For starters, SurveyUSA is one of the better polling firms out there (on par w/Quinnipaic and Rassmussen), so even this far out, anything they say should get some attention. Second, given the GOP's long struggles attracting the black vote (especially in presidential years), anytime you see a poll w/good numbers (10% or higher) for them, you pay attention; indeed, of the past ten GOP candidates for President, only George W. Bush in 2004 (11%) and Bob Dole in 1996 (12%) breached the 10 percent mark.

Now, does this mean that Republicans will do well with the black vote come November 2016? That we don't know...but if the Republicans can poll decent numbers w/in that community, it could be a very close election night.

Founder's Quote, 9 September 2015

The example of changing a constitution by assembling the wise men of the state, instead of assembling armies, will be worth as much to the world as the former examples we had give them. The constitution, too, which was the result of our deliberation, is unquestionably the wisest ever yet presented to men. - Thomas Jefferson, letter to David Humphreys — 1789

Monday, September 7, 2015

Seared Music: Bob Dylan - "Subterranean Homesick Blues"

*deadpans* ...its' just been one of those days, unfortunately...

Why We're Losing Liberty

Quoting: Was the Constitution written in a way that was designed to protect freedom and limit the government's size? Has it been effective in doing that? And what's the Supreme Court's record when it comes to protecting our rights? Robert George, Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, answers these questions and more.

This may sound weird, but in most ways I agree with Professor George...but, there are two points that I think the good professor forgets: (1)the Bill of Rights were meant to compliment the Constitution by extending its' protections to the people and (2)that sometimes the judiciary must step into the proverbial breach whenever either - or both - of the other branches of government overstep their bounds, whether it be at the federal lever or at the state level.

Founder's Quote, 7 September 2015

On every unauthoritative exercise of power by the legislature must the people rise in rebellion or their silence be construed into a surrender of that power to them? If so, how many rebellions should we have had already? - Thomas Jefferson, Notes on Virginia, Query 12 — 1782

Bernie Logic 101...


...and Democrats' think this guy should be their nominee instead of HRC? Isn't that like trading thallium for arsenic as one's poison of choice?