Thursday, December 24, 2009

My Christmas letter to Barack Obama. . . .

From “For security reasons, please do not send perishable gifts such as food, liquids or flowers to the White House. The White House is unable to accept cash, checks, bonds, gift certificates, foreign currency, or other monetary equivalents. Additionally, items sent to the White House are often significantly delayed and can be irreparably harmed during the security screening process. Therefore, please do not send items of personal importance, such as family photographs, because items may not be returned.”

“While President Obama, the First Lady, Vice President Biden, and Dr. Biden appreciate your thoughtfulness and generosity, they request that instead you look to your local community for opportunities to assist your neighbors in need.”

Stated like a true Hypocrite. Obama splits town for a Hawaiian vacation! Unlike Obama, I spent close to 7 hours on Tuesday braving wind and rain outside a local church helping needy people get signed up for Christmas food boxes.

Unlike the White House, I am able to accept all of the above “contraband”. After such a productive year, I decided to send a Christmas letter to Barack Obama. Here it is:
Note: I will never ever refer to him as “president” as he is NOT my president.

Thursday, December 24, 2009
Barack Obama,

I wish I could afford a vacation. I hope the weather sucks the entire time you are in Hawaii. A real leader would spend Christmas handing out food or serving meals to the poor.

Since you took office, many more Americans have slipped into poverty. Of course, you could care less. All YOU care about is YOU. You are not a real leader. You are nothing but a puppet on a string. Take your “handlers” and that teleprompter away and you are nothing.

When I hear your name or see your face, I think of that silly simple minded rap song where the moron sings, "It’s just me, myself and I."

I cannot afford Christmas or a vacation. I am a disabled former worker. I have absolutely no healthcare. I'm one of those American Citizens that will be filing for bankruptcy once 10% of his monthly income is deducted for Medicare Part B. That will be in April of this year.

I am too sick to work, but I have to wait 30 months before I can get health coverage under Medicare. I guess that's not so bad since those 30 million uninsured Americans you keep referring to in your speeches are going to have to wait until 2013 until they are actually covered. I guess you are hoping that some of them will die or go back to Mexico before then.

Everything you see today is tainted by deception and fraud. That especially refers to the current administration.

I'm hopeful that the mid-term elections will serve to cut your nuts before you have a chance to finish this country off. The United States of America is dying a slow painful death.  


Harry L. Hughes III
"The 'art of compromise' is the ACT of selling out." --Harry L. Hughes III
After performing several Google, Bing and Yahoo searches, I could find no one claiming this quote. I have decided to claim it as mine. It clearly reflects how the current session of Congress conducts business.

“It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.” --Henry Ford

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

"The 'art of compromise' is the ACT of selling out."

Recent develop-ments in the healthcare debate clearly demon-strate how corrupt our political non-representatives are. Each and every one of these self-serving bureaucrats is perfectly willing to sell his/her soul for money. This apparent “legal” form of bribery played out in backroom meetings this week.

Senator John McCain was absolutely right in making references to the “Louisiana Purchase”, "Cornhusker Kickback" and the Florida “Flim Flam”. Those Democratic “yes” votes were clearly bought and paid for with our tax dollars. I can understand why he was so steamed up. It comes as no surprise to me that questions of legality have arisen from these milti-million dollar "deals"(bribes).
Pragmatically compromising or selling out?

The lack of genuine leadership on the health insurance bill is discouraging, both from the White House and the Congress. The majority party has an unworkable plan to reform insurance that offers no real cost savings and enormous future expenses and doesn't address the impact of quality and lifestyle issues.

Having chosen to put politics ahead of policy, the Democrats are left to compromise their values to force the bill through. I anticipate many more compromises of principles and good policy on the Senate side and in conference committee, turning the ultimate bill into a mishmash of laws that will have to be fixed later.

This is not leadership. It is painful to watch it unfold.

Sen. Whitehouse: foes of healthcare bill are birthers, right-wing militias, Aryan groups
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-R.I.) today took shots at those who are not supporting the health care legislation. During a floor speech, he excoriated Senate GOP members for up holding the pending health care bill and accused their supporters of being birthers and fanatics in right-wing militia and Aryan support groups. He started off by citing an editorial from the Manchester Journal Inquirer, which used insults like "lunatic fringe."

They are desperate to break this president. They have ardent supporters who are nearly hysterical at the very election of President Barack Obama. The birthers, the fanatics, the people running around in right-wing militia and Aryan support groups, it is unbearable to them that President Barack Obama should exist. That is one powerful reason. It is not the only one."

Senator Whitehouse would not admit that he was accusing anyone who was against the health care bill as racist. He did reiterate that birthers are part of the group that is against the bill and are attacking president. The Senator was asked what he meant by describing those who do not support the bill as "Aryan". He responded "No, I didn't say that. . .again, pay attention to the speech."
Senator Whitehouse and his demented views clearly demonstrates how out of touch the Democrats are with reality. Every poll shows that a great majority Americans are NOT in favor of this overburdening monstrosity of a healthcare plan. Many who oppose this, believe that it will bankrupt this country. How can adding billions more to a bankrupt medical system LOWER costs?

This is the same reasoning that claims that we could spend our way out of the recession with borrowed money. The “illusionists” are obviously very hard at work.

Hi! I'm one of those birther, militia/Aryan group people your mother warned you about.

This is my “short list“:
I do oppose government-run healthcare. I oppose abortion. I oppose cap and trade. I oppose the entire liberal mind-set. I oppose Democrats and I adamantly oppose Obama. I oppose his socialistic policies, his narcissistic attitude, his apologizing for America and his bowing to the world when he travels. Only cowardly pussies bow and apologize to world leaders. I strongly object to his receiving the Nobel Peace Prize for doing absolutely nothing.

"The 'art of compromise' is the ACT of selling out."
--Harry L. Hughes III

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Against free speech? Against freedom?. . . .You IDIOTS!

Congress shall make no law respecting an establish-ment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. --First Amendment, Bill of Rights, U.S. Constitution

I was rather disgusted when I saw this poll on AZ Central this morning. It seems that nearly half of those polled don’t believe in the right to free speech. This is why our country is being sold out to the Marxists, Communists and “Obamanistas“. Wake up people! You are nailing your own coffins shut. I wouldn’t mind so much but your foolishly and recklessly pounding nails in my coffin as well.

I don’t care if it’s a religious group standing up for what they believe in, PETA wanting to “save the rats” in NYC or the NSM protesting against illegal immigration in front of the State Capitol in Phoenix. We ALL have the RIGHT to express our views. Our Founding Fathers shed and spilled blood for all of us to have and exercise that right. I guess nearly half of those polled don’t know the meaning of freedom. Perhaps, they don’t deserve to have and enjoy freedom if they are so willing to give it up.
As Americans, we are constitutionally guaranteed the right to protest anything we damn well please.

Christian group wages fight against censorship on campus

At a sprawling, glass-and-brick office complex in north Scottsdale, a dozen or so attorneys and colleagues gather each morning in a dim, ornate room to pray.

The group of Christians is seeking God's guidance in an ongoing quest to preserve family values and freedom of religious expression.

The Poll Question:

Do you think religious groups have a right to protest public universities' codes of conduct?
(Results were as of 9:21AM on Sunday, December 20, 2009)
No. 50.11%
Yes. 43.33%
I don't know. 6.56% Total Votes:457
Arizona Central
The question was very simple, yet some of the comments indicated that the question was not well understood. I guess people also need to work on their reading comprehension skills as well. Although the separation of church from state is also constitutionally guaranteed, that had nothing to do with the poll question. The key words were "right to protest".

Many of the people posting in the comment section didn’t have a clue either. The most intelligent comment came from a person identified as “Tim6241” He said, “Wake up Americans! Your about to lose what’s left of your freedoms.” Tim is absolutely right. It’s plainly obvious that many of my fellow “Americans” are worthless and weak.

Freedom as defined by Merriam-Webster’s Online Dictionary

Main Entry: free·dom
Pronunciation: \frē-dem\
Function: noun
Date: before 12th century

1: the quality or state of being free: as a: the absence of necessity, coercion, or constraint in choice or action b: liberation from slavery or restraint or from the power of another : independence c: the quality or state of being exempt or released usually from something onerous d: ease, facility e: the quality of being frank, open, or outspoken f: improper familiarity g: boldness of conception or execution h: unrestricted use
2 a: a political right b: franchise, privilege

Photo: November 7, 2009, NSM America First Rally, Phoenix, AZ. This political demonstration defines what free speech is all about. Try to take that right away and see what happens.

"What luck for rulers that men do not think. "
--Adolph Hitler