Sunday, May 30, 2010

Memorial Day

Just wanted to say Happy Memorial Day to everyone, especially to the soldiers who have fought and died for this country.

To those soldiers, I would like to say, thank you your sacrifice.

You are not forgotten.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

News Blurbs & a New Poster

First I have some news blurbs for you guys, then I want to talk about my new sidebar poster. Yep, that's I call my Pro-Israel, Let Freedom R.I.P., Fairness Doctrine, and Project 2,996 posters.

And now I have a new one, but news first.

Apple is a Democrat Organization

Maybe they think that if they kiss up to Obama he won't run them out of the country with tax hikes.

I call that 'delusional.' And I'm so glad I don't have an iPod. From Gateway Pundit:

Republican Ari David ... sent this today. The Republican candidate running against far left socialist Henry Waxman is being denied his free speech by Apple Computer , Inc. Apple officials notified Ari David that they were rejecting his submission for an app. They told his team that they were doing so on the grounds that they deemed the content in the app was defamatory against Henry Waxman.

By 'defamatory' they mean "told the complete unvarnished truth." You can see the list of unvarnished truths at GP's blog; I'm not going to relist everything.

This isn't the first time Apple has done something like this. But it does reinforce my happiness that my my mp3 is not an iPod.

Barack Obama Sinks Low... Again

This would be news if it wasn't, what, the 18,000th time? I stopped counting a year ago. Obama proves how stupid and delusional he is.

If you're drinking anything while reading this, you need to swallow and set your cup down before continuing, okay?

Good. Here's the headline: Obama Says Daniel Pearl's Beheading Captured World's Imagination.

Did you go off teleprompter again, Barack? Beheadings are NOT fuel for the imagination. They are sick and wrong!

That’s crazy sick. Obama told reporters yesterday that the video of Islamic radicals sawing off a Daniel Pearl’s head with a butter knife “capured the world’s imagination.”

“Obviously, the loss of Daniel Pearl was one of those moments that captured the world’s imagination because it reminded us of how valuable a free press is.”
No, Barack. It was horrifying.

And… It had nothing to do with freedom of the press. They beheaded Daniel Pearl because he was an American and a Jew. They beheaded Daniel Pearl because they were Islamic radicals. Something you have not yet figured out.

Obama astonishes me. Just when you think he can't get lower, he does. Cutting someone's head off with a butter knife. I might need to throw up now.

And, the third news story: Arizona Tells Los Angeles to Shove Off

Okay, so maybe they didn't quite say it like that, but still. This brings a tear to my eye. A happy tear. Thank heaven some people -and states - are standing up for liberty. The letter I'm about to cross-post here comes from a Representative of the Arizona Corporation Commission, Gary Pierce, and was sent to the mayor of Los Angeles.

Dear Mayor Villaraigosa,

I was dismayed to learn that the Los Angeles City Council voted to boycott Arizona and Arizona-based companies — a vote you strongly supported — to show opposition to SB 1070 (Support our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act).

You explained your support of the boycott as follows: “While we recognize that as neighbors, we share resources and ties with the State of Arizona that may be difficult to sever, our goal is not to hurt the local economy of Los Angeles, but to impact the economy of Arizona. Our intent is to use our dollars — or the withholding of our dollars — to send a message.” (emphasis added)

I received your message; please receive mine. As a state-wide elected member of the Arizona Corporation Commission overseeing Arizona’s electric and water utilities, I too am keenly aware of the “resources and ties” we share with the City of Los Angeles. In fact, approximately twenty-five percent of the electricity consumed in Los Angeles is generated by power plants in Arizona.

If an economic boycott is truly what you desire, I will be happy to encourage Arizona utilities to renegotiate your power agreements so Los Angeles no longer receives any power from Arizona-based generation. I am confident that Arizona’s utilities would be happy to take those electrons off your hands. If, however, you find that the City Council lacks the strength of its convictions to turn off the lights in Los Angeles and boycott Arizona power, please reconsider the wisdom of attempting to harm Arizona’s economy.

People of goodwill can disagree over the merits of SB 1070. A state-wide economic boycott of Arizona is not a message sent in goodwill.


Commissioner Gary Pierce

This guy is a hero. Well done, sir, well done.

And on that note, allow me to unveil my new Arizona Rocks! poster. Which, because I now love Arizona, has been shamelessly linked to an Arizona travel site, just to spite liberals.

It's definitely the most flamboyant of my sidebar posters, that's for sure. And I hope no one in Arizona is to mad at me for using part of their flag for the background, but I like how it looks like that. Some of the colors might have to be changed, and I'm sure it'll get moved around a few more times, but I'll deal with that later.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

My Take on Arizona's New Law & Illegal Immigration

And in case you don't know, Arizona passed a law enforcing the border, and Obama is furious over this. Look at all those lost potential Democrat voters!

Well, now the illegals are protesting, including disrespecting the American flag, and I've have enough of this lunacy. It's like Rush Limbaugh said in his parody of Al Shaprton: "We will continue to act ridiculous until we get what we want."

I've had enough of this lunacy. I really have. So here's a comment that I posted on There's My Two Cents earlier today:

I grow weary of this, especially now that the Mexican government is shown as one big hypocrite.

If you disrespect American culture, get out of the country.

If you think we have to learn Spanish to cater to you, get out of the country.

If you think I need a great job so I can pay for your welfare, get out of the country.

If you think you have a 'right' to be here, without a green card, get out of the country.

If you think you have the right to vote when you're here illegally, get out of the country.

If you think disrespecting my country's flag will endear your plight to me, get out of the country.

If you think I should boycott Arizona because they decided they were tired of the BS from illegals, get out of the country.

If you think Arizona and Texas belong to Mexico, you should consider leaving the country.

If you're sneaking over the border so your child can be born in America and you can stay because he's an American citizen, you should think about leaving.

And if you're an illegal alien, or support illegal aliens being here and want to give them amnesty, you should get out of America. Right now. Because my patience has absolutely, completely run out.

This applies to illegals and Liberals.

I am so sick and tired of this lunacy. I have no patience left for it. If you start speaking Spanish to me, you'd better have your green card ready to show me, because you don't have one, I will kick your butt from here to Arizona and then call the police to report an illegal alien. I am just that angry.

Everyone seems to think that Arizona has some type of human rights violations going. I'm surprised the bloody U.N. hasn't run around screaming about it. But the only things illegals bring to this country is bloodshed and illegal drugs and they only thing they take out is American wealth. You'll get in a butt load of trouble if you're caught in Mexico without your papers, and we're expected to do nothing to protect our own borders? Especially when when illegals are shown to be violent? Are you freaking kidding me? And the ones that aren't shooting people and dealing drugs are still here ILLEGALLY* and either holding jobs that Americans could use or living off American welfare. This bothers me.

So feel free to run around screaming racist and racism and blaming the Republicans and the Tea Party and the Right-wingers and whoever else you feel like blaming, because I no longer care.

And if I find you're here illegally, I will restrain you by force if necessary and I will call the cops.


*For the people who don't know (here's looking at you, Democrats) this means these people are breaking law by being here.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Fixing the Song List

It's time for me to do this, 'cause I'm getting tired of trolling all over YouTube looking for the videos. That what the song list is for, darn it.

As much as I love Owl City, I now have 'Fireflies' on my Mp3, so I'll be taking that down. Another song I have on my Mp3 and no longer need on my Song List is Globus' "Take me Away." This is somewhat traumatic, since the song has been there since... basically since I started this blog. But now I have to get rid of it. NOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

Ahem. Other than that I have to fix that Muse link, being as it somehow got confused with Ryan Star's 'Breathe.' Also, even though I own it, Petra's "He Came, He Saw, He Conquered" isn't going anywhere. Not yet, anyway. I'm also swapping Train's "Drops of Jupiter" for "If it's Love." The Train song I'm really getting tired of hearing is "Hey Soul Sister." It's decent song, but even my repetitive listening abilities wear a bit thin after hearing it for the fifty thousandth time.

Now let me think, what else was I going to add? Meh. It'll come back to me.

You may have noticed that I'm talking less and less about politics around here. The frank truth of it is is that it makes me angry a lot, and I'm working on FFN stuff now, so I'm spending less time on my blog. And when I do come over, it's usually to use the song list. So yeah. I don't know what the deal with that is, either.

But for now, back to work.

Darn it, what else was I going to put on that darn song list?

Monday, May 3, 2010

My Blog Work is Never Done

And when it is done, YouTube will take down one of my favorite music videos, creating more work. The thing is, I ignore stuff like that until I'm missing about ten videos, then I have to revamp the song list.

Now, I'm trying to fix stuff on my Conservative Corner. The quote I have on Obama down there is from Opus #6 on this blog post. I'm putting it here 'cause I'm tired of putting it down there; the super-long link tends to muddle things up. So remember that.

Also, some of you may notice that I'm adding Liberal blogs to their own new special section. And I'm sure you're thinking, "But T.A.R.N.S., why are you keeping an eye on liberals?" That's exactly the point: I'm on keeping an eye on the liberals. I wan to know what those people are up to. Besides, some of these blogs I can compare and contrast with Conservative blogs, and that's pretty fun.

I have another blog in limbo in My Favorites since I'm waiting to see which side they come out on. I rather like how I can dump most of my important link on this blog and keep them here.

Well, it's time to get back to work.