Goodbye 2010

Well, 2010 was a banner year.

* Absolutely the worst President in American History (and that's an accomplishment, considering Clinton, Roosevelt, Carter and Wilson!), coupled with...

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The Repeal of the "Don't Ask Don't Tell" policy on gays serving in the military just cleared a major hurdle forward in the Senate, and the current forecast is that it will pass next week - just in time for Christmas.  Happy birthday Jesus :(

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Several days ago I advanced the opinion that what we need is a limited
Constitutional Convention, and that one goal should be to fire the
entire House and Senate, forbidding anyone who has ever served there
from serving again, and complete reconstitute the Legislative Branch of
our Government with people with brains.  If you have any doubt about the
necessity for this, all you need do is review the current load of crap
going on in our Nation's Capitol.

Fire 'em, term limit 'em, and stop the idiocy.  Remember, you can't fix


Today the House Democrats voted in caucus to attempt to force a renegotiation on the tax cuts on which the White House and the Congress had previously agreed.  Their argument was that provisions for "the rich" would place a "burden on generations to come".  Bull!

What places a burden on generations to come is the Congress spending other people's money.  Remember, we're not getting a tax cut.  We're getting to keep money we already have.  Not passing this compromise would be a tax increase - the absolute worst thing to do with the shape our economy is in.  What these morons need to do is STOP SPENDING MY MONEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

"Progressives - we have what it takes to take what you have"!

I can't wait for January.......

p.s.  forgive my use of exclamation points.  I would have used more but my finger got tired........

Leaking on Wiki

I've been all over the place on this WikiLeaks thing.  At first, I was among those calling for Assange's head on a pole, but lately I'm not so sure.  Don't get me wrong, a government has some right to secrecy and to its own security, so most certainly the PFC (what's a PFC doing with that kind of access?) should fry, but I think there's a bigger picture here.

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