Friday, March 26, 2010

Well, now.


Here's a big surprise.

10 comments:

Carl Bussjaeger said...

Hey, when a senile, retired, communist dictator approves, you know you've got a winner.

Um, right? Well, I'm pretty sure mycongress-scum thinks so, judging by the email I got yesterday.

Spence said...

Yea, Jim Jones would have made a great spokesman for Kool Aid too.

Anonymous said...

Yeeaahh. Great endorsement. Now that The Annointed One has Uncle Fidel's okey-dokey, all should be well.

Suggestion: Who's willing to pitch in a few dollars to send our Knogress Kritters (the ones who voted for this disaster) down to Kuba to see how well Kuba's HELLthKare system works -- then leave them stranded there.

I'm SURE that like a fish to a worm, these National Socialists (formerly known as DemonKrats) would be more then willing to take the bait of a free fact-finding junket trip at taxpayer's expense.

I'm good for a few dollars into the pot. WHo's willing to match?

B Woodman
III-per

MamaLiberty said...

New terms coming into use.

Old BS - is now "pelosi"
Old POS - piece of shit is now piece of pelosi or POP

Castro is just an old POS and hardly even qualifies as a POP. Obummer is definitely a POP.

Or do I just have a dirty mind this morning. [grin]

Anonymous said...

Castro: "Obama's smile can't be trusted". http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE5BE03120091215

He also calls Obama a capitalistic imperialist.

Chavez: "the Nobel War Prize"

Why the F am I agreeing with the other guys?

T

Taylor Harbin said...

*sigh*

Anonymous said...

You'd think that an endorsement like this would make some say "Uh Oh! What'd we just do?"

Anonymous said...

I have been given a diagnosis which is terminal. I have but about three years to live until the pain begins and death comes knocking on my door.

It's heartbreaking to look at my wife and two children knowing we have to make the most of the next three years together. I'll tell you our dinnertime discussions have been much more meaningful, we are much more compassionate and patient with each other, and we appreciate every living moment.

The college degree I worked so hard to earn will no longer enable me to reap the financial rewards I had in mind to achieve. I will never get to retire on the lakeside cabin I had dreamed about for years.

Each fish I catch, steak I grill, blade of grass I mow, wine I taste, book I read, flower I smell, bird song I hear, gun I clean, motorcycle ride I take overwhelms my senses in a way I had never fully appreciated before. Life is short, enjoy each precious moment.

In a way, I can almost relate to the emotions Jesus felt as he overlooked Jerusalem one week before he was crucified. He wept at the realization the people did not know what was really going on around them and could not see the tragedy which was soon to come.

I am terminal, meaning I slowly march toward the date of my death and there doesn't seem to be anything I can do about it.

No, I do not have a disease, nor am I even ill. The health care reform mandate was my line in the sand. I have been patient for years, but someone crossed that line last Friday. They insist they have the right to take even more of my hard-earned wages while also forcing me to spend some of my earnings on a product I do not wish to have. Why? So that others who are not self-insured may have the "benefit" of health insurance at my expense?! I don't think so.

There comes a time when a man must take a stand for liberty against tyranny. Come 2014 I will have to stand up to those who enforce this mandate. I will not comply with it, I will pay no fines, and I will not be arrested. By any means necessary.

It is unlikely I will survive what is to come, although I will certainly do by best to do so. Regardless, I will make my final days count for all they are worth. The bell of freedom will once again ring true in this country through my efforts and those of many others.

Anonymous said...

In Cuba, the people only earn $10 per month...yes, you read that right...per MONTH. (although doctors do better as they get $20 per month...way for that education to pay off, huh?) Everything is subsidized just like the article says, food, housing,utilities, tranportation...but what the article doesnt say is that in Cuba, you can not change jobs unless you get approval from the government, so if you do not like the job you are in, its too bad.

This is what the dems & Obama voters have done to us. Our Children will probably end up with government appointed jobs one day and forced to live with those jobs their whole lives. Freedom will soon be a thing of the past. But hey..at least we will live a long long time with that healthcare. A long long time in jobs we dont like. Sounds like a great life.

Carl Bussjaeger said...

"B Woodman", I'm in. I'm pretty much broke, but I can go hungry for a while if it gets Hodes, Shea-Porter, and Shaheen off our backs.

There's always that bucket of wheat and grain mill.