Where did the term ”chip on my/your shoulder” come from? I’ll have to Google that later, but right now, I have a big problem with some of these asshats in D.C. with the politicizing they’ve already started with the Oklahoma tornadoes. Continue reading
I walked into work this morning and was asked by no less than a dozen people how I felt about the election results. Everyone in my office knows how I feel about President Obama and his policies. I simply said, “I’m not happy about it, but the US gets the government she deserves.” Continue reading
While I generally vote Republican, I don’t see myself as a party-line voter. That’s simply because I’m willing to look at both sides of an arguement and will vote the way I feel is right. I tend to look more to the issues at hand and try to think logically about them, while thinking morally, too. Continue reading
As it is with pretty much everything Obama complains about, he has an obvious double standard. Ol’ Barry wants the well-funded GOP PAC Crossroads to tell who their donors are. He wants to know what people and what corporations are giving the most money to this political action committee. Continue reading
It appears that Mr. Holder is caving to GOP requests for more information on the Fast & Furious debacle and the intelligence leak that appears to be coming from the Administration itself. So what’s going on in D.C.? Read below for more on this important story.
Chuck Norris, at 72 years old, is awesome in my book. As a fellow Oklahoman, conservative, and former martial artist, I’m proud to say I have a few things in common with him. You’ve probably heard all the sayings about Chuck Norris making him nearly a super hero; you may have seen his portayal on Family Guy.
Now, he’s coming out to support Republican Scott Walker, embattled governor of Wisconsin. One thing about Mr. Norris is that he tends to stay out of the spotlight. The very fact that he’s not involved tell me just how serious this is for Wisconsin and the rest of the US.
S.E. Cupp got support from the hosts of “The View” Thursday when she appeared to discuss the fallout from the fake explicit photo of herself that recently appeared in Hustler magazine.
“I was horrified. It was disgusting and even though it wasn’t — I didn’t actually do that, by the end of the day I felt ashamed as if I had,” Cupp remarked. “Knowing that this photo will be out there forever, my children will see it when I have them one day, it’s sad,” she continued.
Co-host Elizabeth Hasselbeck, the lone conservative on the show, referred to the National Organization for Women as “the National Organization for Some Women” for remaining silent on the issue.
“The outrage that we’ve seen for some other examples of this has not yet been matched,” Cupp said. “That’s OK, I’m not a victim here.”
Ron Paul released a statement today stating:
As I reflect on our 2012 Presidential campaign, I am humbled by the supporters who have worked so hard and sacrificed so much. And I am so proud of what we have accomplished. We will not stop until we have restored what once made America the greatest country in human history.
Well, I was right. I love being right. Did you know I am right most of the time? I know that. You know how I know? I follow up on what I say and make sure. If I’m wrong, I admit it and fix it.
So, you can look back as my previous posts about Obama’s endorsement of gay marriage and see where I said it was a political ploy. Well, read this article from the Blaze.