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Saturday, August 11, 2012

Words of Wisdom From ...

... the New York Times food critic?

From Mark Bittman's brain to your monitor:

"We’ve experimented with little or no gun control. It doesn’t work. Let’s try something else: real gun control. That will work; after all, it was law enforcement officials and unarmed citizens -- not vigilantes -- who apprehended Mr. Loughner, Mr. Holmes and Mr. Page. Then perhaps we’ll be encouraged to move in better directions on other issues we need to tackle: Health care. Diet. Climate change. Our lives ride on all of these."

If 10,000 gun laws nationally are to be considered "little or no gun control," and considering the fact that those 10,000 laws have prevented no one from breaking those laws when they had the inclination, how many laws will it take to actually affect "health care, diet (?) and "climate change"?  Forty million?

This is an example of the New York Times and its resident nitwits being stuck on stupid.

More laws!  More laws!  If we had just one more law!

For What Purpose?

This news is getting to be a regular occurrence:

Three more U.S. soldiers killed by Afghan in grim day for NATO

How did Obama respond?

He didn't.  He was too busy.  Doing what he does best.  Running for office.

Meanwhile, in a God-forsaken land far, far away, where morale of his troops plummets and America's best and brightest wonder why they're still there and what the mission is ...

A Question About Welfare Fraud

Why is it we never hear government experts tell us that they've solved the problem?  Why is it they're always dreaming up new plans to tackle welfare fraud in the future?

A top Agriculture Department official Thursday announced an initiative to counter fraud in the $80 billion food stamp program, entering a campaign-tinged fray that has recently focused on abuse of entitlement programs for the poor.

Expect that top Agriculture Department official's effort to be as successful as all the others.

And a year from now, another top Agriculture Department official will announce ...

How Many Lies Must They Tell ...

... before the American people say ENOUGH IS ENOUGH:



Obama and the animals who lie for him must be stopped.

It Will Soon Come To This

Drones hovering overhead are just the beginning.  Soon they'll be able to monitor your every move.

Welcome to the world we've created for ourselves.

Actually it's kinda humorous.  I think.

Kaine Has a Lot Of Nerve

He's actually going to show his face here in Southwest Virginia and tell us - with a straight face - how much he and Obama have done - and will do - for us.

The RPV offers up a reminder:
As Tim Kaine travels in Southwest Virginia over the next few days claiming to be for Virginia jobs - Southwest Virginia families should be reminded of his support of job-killing energy policies and regulations that would further hurt the region and bring skyrocketing electricity costs. Tim Kaine has "long advocated" for a national cap and trade tax that could cost Virginia over 40,000 jobs. And EPA regulations? He says "my advice is, don't try to weaken regulations" - regulations that could have devastating effects on Virginia jobs.

"Coal is essential to the economic prosperity of Southwest Virginia. Our vast amount of natural resources fuels our economy, providing Virginia families with thousands of jobs and affordable electricity," said Delegate Israel O'Quinn. "But as Tim Kaine stands by President Obama's side in support of the national Cap and Trade energy tax and harmful EPA regulation, he is putting thousands of Virginia jobs at risk, particularly those in Southwest Virginia. We cannot afford the harmful EPA regulations that will shut down clean coal power plants, eliminate coal mining and put thousands of Virginians out of work--our unemployment rate is high enough as it is. Tim Kaine is either for us or against us; there is no room for waffling and mealy-mouthing on this issue. The hardworking families of Southwest Virginia will remember who has consistently supported our region when we go to the polls in November."

Virginia families need a Senator who will stand up for Virginia energy by allowing us to unleash our energy resources, creating thousands of new jobs for hardworking Virginians. George Allen hopes to bring positive solutions for Virginia's energy independence to the U.S. Senate, leading the way towards America's Comeback.
These guys are destructive to our way of life. Vote accordingly.

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