August 18, 2011

  • Nigel Farage

    I was Googling Mr. Farage’s name to make sure I spelled it correctly in an upcoming blog post, and I found this pair of videos:

    The Secret Weapon of the Euroskeptic movement

    The USSR was worse, so the EU is ok? I want you all fired!

    I just wished that we had politicians like Mr. Farage here in America, standing up and calling out the current Statists in our government.

    Just one more clip, my inaugural Farage clip:

    Just who the hell do you people think you are?

August 15, 2011

  • Warren Buffet Complains He Doesn’t Pay Enough Taxes, Refuses to Send in More than Required

    If Warren Buffet is so rich and is guilty that he doesn’t pay enough taxes, why doesn’t he write a check to the Federal government and give more than his tax bill?

    Furthermore, why does he have to rub the fact that he’s rich and the rest of us aren’t in our faces? There was once a time when braggadocios behavior was considered impolite.

    OUR leaders have asked for “shared sacrifice.” But when they did the asking, they spared me. I checked with my mega-rich friends to learn what pain they were expecting. They, too, were left untouched.

August 4, 2011

August 2, 2011

August 1, 2011

  • House panel approves broadened ISP snooping bill

    You have nothing to hide right? I mean, you’re not engaging in child pornography, are you?

    That’s a good little slave. Trust your government. Your government will protect you from yourself.

    House panel approves broadened ISP snooping bill

    Internet providers would be forced to keep logs of their customers’ activities for one year–in case police want to review them in the future–under legislation that a U.S. House of Representatives committee approved today.
    Though he’s the same clueless Democrat that famously groused about reading the Obamacare bill, John Conyers gets it right on the ISP Spy bill:
    “The bill’s title, Protecting Children From Internet Pornographers Act, is a misnomer because the legislation is really not about those types of crimes at all,” Conyers said. “Because if it were, it would certainly not contain a broad exemption for the largest Internet service providers such as AT&T, and it would target child exploitation.”

July 29, 2011