In Case You've Wondered

My blog is where my wandering thoughts are interspersed with stuff I made up. So, if while reading you find yourself confused about the context, don't feel alone. I get confused, too.

If you're here for the stories, I started another blog:

One other thing: sometimes I write words you refuse to use in front of children, or polite company, unless you have a flat tire, or hit your thumb with a hammer.

I don't use them to offend; I use them to embellish.

Thursday, January 31, 2013

The Founders Left Out a Right

You're asking what right so important at this time, that wasn't important back then? It's the right to be free from everyone else. Otherwise, do what you want, but don't disturb my world with your grandiose delusions that change nothing, or only make your over-sized ego larger.

You want more taxes? Fine, but you get what I give you only. If I decide not to, then guess what? Yeah, you you understand. You're power to be obnoxious and overbearing disappears quickly when you're scrambling for the money most people won't give you.

I'm thinking the thought of leaving people alone was so ingrained, nobody could imagine a society where constant meddling was accepted. Times have changed, and I think there would be eleven amendments in the Bill of Rights if the founders could have seen the future. Liberty meant more than just the first word in the name of a life insurance company.

Wisdom for Today

Few people are patriots if being one jeopardizes a check from the government.

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Economy is Shrinking

If I spend too much money, spending more doesn't make up the shortfall and revitalize my bank account. That's the real world.

In the fantasy world of Washington D.C., where the average annual income is substantially more than in the real world, they believe spending more money is the answer for the deficit and shrinking economy.

I don't know what recreational drugs they're taking up there, but they're powerful hallucinogens and everybody seems to be affected. Maybe it's in the water, or maybe they really don't care and the peons be damned. . 

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

When It Comes To Protection...

...progressives, socialists - whatever you call them this week - can't protect themselves, so they want the government to do the job, but they can't protect themselves from the government, or anything else that requires their protection..How screwed up can you be and still manage to exist?

So Why and Why Weren't The Citizens Notified

The Army decided to take part, or orchestrate an urban exercise in Houston, but failed to notify the citizens of their intentions. To make matters worse, nobody is fessing up to their mistake and facing the consequences.

This is unacceptable. An apology is in order from all concerned and those responsible need to be removed from their position. You don't use your office to terrorize citizens and you don't ignore the fact that all citizens are sovereign and deserve their privacy.


They're out there. Constantly probing, looking for information and attempting to lure you to a website so post counts can go up, or do the same to search engines so the website is more likely to be one of the first hits on a search.

It's insidious. The software to launch spambots creates another software need to fight the spambots, which leads to better spambots, which leads to better software to fight the goes on forever.

Meanwhile, I get hits from spambots, which makes my traffic increase, but I'd rather have real people read my blog. I don't do this for money. Maybe I should. Spambots work cheap and they sure are tireless.

Monday, January 28, 2013

I Was Trimming The Drive and Patio

When I was growing up, we had one of those old type edgers. Weed whackers weren't invented, so it was an engine, an adjustable steel blade, a drive belt and all was mounted on a three wheel cart, with handles.

It was easy to use. You started the engine, set the blade to the correct height and ran it down the edge between concrete and the yard. Simple? Right?

I finished the drive, so I need to go edge the patio. Next to the house was a walk that was elevated from the drive. I left the engine running, pulled the blade up, tilted it back and eased it up on the walk. No problem and everything was good.

Now, I'd reached the point where the walk ended and needed to roll the edger on the grass a short distance to edge our small , concrete back-patio. I reached down and grabbed the handy handle on the top of the edger and the next thing I remember, I was laying on my back staring at the sky.

I spent a few moments wondering who tackled me, looked around and slowly stood up. The edger had died and was laying on the side. I looked again, but couldn't find who knocked me to the ground, so I carefully reached down to pick up the edger and place it back upright.

I made a discovery. My hand, and fingers, were a perfect match for the handle and the top of the spark plug right under the handle. During my effort to pick up the edger, I managed to place the top of the spark plug between my middle and ring finger.

My arm ached for about an hour and I was sore for a few days, which was much better than finding I'd managed to fall into the spinning blade on the edger.

You live and you learn. It looked a lot like the photo below, but if you notice, no top handle and exposed spark plug on the newer models.

Bots Like Cantaloupe

How do I know? Because they've spent the majority of the day examining this post and many are from Romania.

Do You Want To Know?

What a traitor is? This is one. Anyone that has the intention of disarming the honest citizens of this country is a traitor. There's no other way to describe it, since it's a right guaranteed by the Constitution and the final result of such an action would ruin the country.

For you that live in San Diego, you've got a big problem on your hand. Get rid of this guy and do it fast. What he suggests is dancing on the line of treason. Personally, I think he already crossed the line.

It's Monday

I could write about a few things this morning, such as the interview with Hillary and Obama and what nefarious plot they might be hatching - but I won't. I didn't watch the show, don't really believe anything they say and have boycotted CBS for a long time. Otherwise, if I was the intended audience, they've failed miserably and their advertisers might look for a different station for selling their product.

Have a good day and try to think of at least one impossible thing.

Sunday, January 27, 2013

What If They Don't Show Up?

I never thought about such a thing, until I moved to a rural area. I've had a few times where I had to call the sheriff's department, or a game warden and the time it took for them to arrive made me think thoughts like the title of my post.

That's why you keep a gun - shotgun preferably for protection in the home - know how to use it and keep it ready for when a drunk stranger beats on your house in the middle of the night and refuses to leave, until you go help them pull their car from a ditch. Their attitude changes completely when they hear the sound of a shell being chambered in a shotgun and you know they have little chance of causing you harm if they decide not to go, or break into your home.

That's what the second amendment is about, beside the fact it might be your only hope when government employees lose sight of liberty and become pawns to a rogue administration. Good people respect those that are willing to defend themselves. Bad people don't and are criminals, whether by nature or following illegal government edicts.

Friday, January 25, 2013

Short Attention Span

Just about every day, I look at the right side of my blog and wait for the inspiration for chapter 10 of my book. It will come and the remaining chapters will follow. When is the big question.

I'm hoping writing about my thoughts will jar them into spilling out. We'll see.

Let's Do Some Math

We'll take 7 million and divide it by 14% of 50,000

7,000,000/(.14*50,000)= 1000

Now, what is the significance of this problem? I'll explain:

President Obama spent $7,000,000 of taxpayer money for his Christmas vacation to Hawaii. This equals to the paid taxes of 1000 workers, or families that made $50,000 and paid a federal income tax rate of 14%. That's an entire year of labor and nothing to show for it, except for the President to fly to Hawaii to play some golf and dick around for a few days.

Seven million is a drop in the bucket of government waste, so the number of people that have to work all year to pay for this waste is substantially higher.

I don't know about you, but these types of things infuriate me. The arrogance and condescension is intolerable. Write your congress critter and let them know. I do, and I'm not polite. 

In The Middle of Nowhere

Almost twenty years ago, we had a project in a small town in Central Texas. The best way to describe the place is the middle of nowhere. There was a store and a church, which didn't sit next to each other. I think I counted a half dozen homes within sight and some others in the distance.

I liked the scenery: rolling hills, big open skies and the rich, fertile ground found in that part of Texas. The cows were fat and looked like they'd been in a feed lot.

We were there in the late Spring, which can bring some hefty thunderstorms along the dry line, or weak frontal boundaries. We had a few, including tornadoes and large hail. They'd grow into monsters as the sun heated the unstable air. Even though I'd been around thunderstorms my entire life, these were different. Only someone that's lived on the plains that stretch from Texas to the Canadian border can understand the significance of the storms. They're awe inspiring and can bring moments of sheer terror when they arrive.

The most notable thing about the site was the general store a few hundred feet from where we were working. It looked like many of the old stores I was familiar with, but this one was different: it had damn near everything someone would need.

There were tools, hardware, food, soft drinks, beer, fishing gear, pipe and fittings, sundries.....just about everything. The selection made Walmart look like a specialty shop.

The old man that ran the store was shrewd, to say the least. He knew his customers, which were scattered about in the surrounding area and kept the things anyone that lived in a rural area required. Only if you've lived in the middle of nowhere can you appreciate some of the things he had, such as PVC pipe, fittings, glue and primer.

Since there was nowhere to eat, and we were there every day, the store owner let us keep our lunch meat, and anything else we wanted, in one of his coolers. We'd bring the unfinished packs back in and pay him for more when it was needed.

We finished the job, left and I never thought much about it, until a few weeks ago. Out of curiosity, I looked on Google Earth and found a photo of the store. It's now closed and up for sale. Maybe someone will buy it, make it like it was, and I'll have the opportunity to drive the few hundred miles just to retrieve some memories.

If you're ever in San Gabriel, Texas, take a look at the old store. If it's now open, go in for a soft drink. If not, just sit on the bench by the porch and think of how things used to be. It's a beautiful place and full of memories.

Meanwhile, in Egypt

Apparently, the "feel good" aspect of the Obama Administration is not being felt by many of the citizens. They know the meddling, obvious involvement with people that want to take away all freedoms with violence and monetary rewards to corrupt government officials will only lead to more deaths and terrorism.

The sign at this link says it all.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Right On The Face

A fly landed right between the eyes of Obama, while he was giving a speech.  I think this means something and I don't think it's a good thing.

We Need Some Solutions

It's obvious many Congress members don't believe their oath of office carries stipulations. Since the oath demands they defend the Constitution, and some ignore the laws mandated by the Constitution, the only solution is impeachment. I'll hold my breath while Congress does its duty by removing those that are in violation of their oath of office.


Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Hillary and Distractions

I think it's great they finally got her in front of some congressional committees. It's a good distraction from all the progressive canaries talking about abolishing the Second Amendment, with gun sales out the roof and states telling the to go suck eggs.


The Inauguration is Over

Now that the fanfare, parties and balls are over, it's time for the administration to go back to playing golf, wasting money by flying Air Force One all over hell's half acre for no reason, hiding criminal acts and wallowing in incompetency. I think the new slogan is "forward", which is ironic, since the entire country is obviously going backwards.

Monday, January 21, 2013

What He Should Have Said

I've listened to snippets of the inaugural address today. Personally, it was more empty words with promises of progressive meddling. Otherwise, the shit was deep and the spreaders were enamored with their self-importance.

What should have been said:

"...We've reached a point in our destiny were self-reliance is most important. With that in mind, the development of energy independence is paramount and the development of all energy sources - including hydrocarbons - will be my goal for the next four years. 

How shall we accomplish this? With a strong effort to relieve excessive regulations on those that develop and produce energy. My goal is to make the greatest country in the world a shining example of self-sufficiency and fiscal responsibility. It's our heritage and a continuance of the efficient industry our ancestors developed. Energy independence will help with financial security and remove the reliance on foreign nations that can't even protect those that help with their own energy development. 

Now, we need to bow our heads and pray for the families of the Americans killed by terrorists in Algeria. While we can't change what has passed, we can change what is to come and never expose our fine citizens to the same dangers ever again..."

I can wish. A good man would have those goals. We don't have a good man in the White House. May our future leaders never make the same mistakes.

A local man was one of those killed in Algeria. It was heartbreaking to hear his daughter try to explain her sorrow. Her tears and sobs were the same I've experienced when close family members were killed way before what we perceived was their time.

I'll pray for the family tonight. It's all I can do and I'm sure it will not be enough.

Sunday, January 20, 2013

A New Obsession

I have a short story brewing, which I'll have to write, or it won't stop occupying my thoughts. That's the part of writing fiction that can be a little disconcerting. The idea will occupy my thoughts, the characters will develop and I'll eventually write the story. Until then, the story will be an obsession.

Thursday, January 17, 2013

I Don't Have Much To Write About....

....except after a week of constant clouds, drizzle, rain, cold winds, treacherous traffic and a general feeling that winter was setting in, the clouds broke and it was around 55 degrees today, with sunny skies. That's a good change, although we needed the rain.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Watcha Think?

Obama, surrounded by children, pointed out he really doesn't care about the Constitution, or you, today. How do I know this? His administration allowed illegal firearm purchases, to take out bad guys in Mexico, which ended the lives of many Mexicans and a few U.S. citizens, yet he's wanting to take your guns away, which is prohibited by the Second Amendment..

Connecting the dots: On any given day, this administration can decide to avoid the law, give somebody a weapon and your death may be the consequence of their action. Meanwhile, the same administration is in the process of removing your ability for defense.

It seems to me this isn't the first time people were lulled into complacency. Of course, most of those complacent people are together now, in mass graves without any marker to show their final location. That, or a memory and a mention in a historical text that is not used for teaching these days.

Too Many People are Uninformed

That's why it's best to constantly pound out facts, ignore arguments and constantly use words that steer them in the right direction. For instance:

The issue of gun control is treated like some bizarre badminton contest that never ends. There's only one way to approach the subject : It's my right to keep and bear arms. There's nothing to discuss and you can go soak your head. If the commentators on television can't do this, they only have read what I wrote. I'll repeat it, in a larger font:

It's my right to keep and bear arms. There's nothing to discuss and you can go soak your head. 

Irony or Hypocrisy?

The Second Amendment,. like the first amendment is included in the the first ten amendments to the Constitution, which clarified the rights of individuals. For those that aren't up to speed, it's called the Bill of Rights.

For some reason, many in politics and the media can't grasp the concept of rights, except in certain situation or only for those they consider important. For instance, the media will defend the right of free speech, which is explained in the First Amendment, but act as though the right to keep and bear firearms, which is explained in the Second Amendment is negotiable and think nothing of reporting restrictive gun laws as though a fundamental right - spelled out in the Constitution - is some philosophical item for discussion.

So is it irony, or hypocrisy? I think it's both, but that's not the problem. The problem is that the right to keep and bear firearms - like all rights - is a right that can't be changed for the whims of the ignorant or devious. It's a right and that's what every reporter, pundit, politician, or anyone else, should be using as the focus for their discussion. Until that right is changed by the methods defined by the Constitution, any discussion is moot. It's a right and it shall not be infringed.

Monday, January 14, 2013

A New Planet for Star Wars Video Game

It's going to be a gay planet. How this all works is beyond me. Will killing an evil gay villain be a hate crime?

I've played a few video games and watched others. While I may be missing something, I've never seen any reason for relationships, since everyone is killing each other, or fighting monsters.  Maybe they'll have a "time out" section, where all the characters go to a gay bar, say something out of line and end up in a big fight with blasters.

Who knows what will happen and some gamers are upset. Besides having to explain the characters, they'll have to explain to their children why C-3PO has a lisp.

Is it Embezzlement, or Tax Fraud?

The misuse of Air Force One to take the President, or his entourage on vacation is far from what I would consider official use of public funds. With this in mind, what would you call it?

If it's intentional use of funds without permission for personal use, I'd call it embezzlement. In any other setting, there's no other definition that fits it better. Being the President doesn't exempt you from laws.

If embezzlement is too harsh for the tender eyes of those that are unwilling to admit they're getting screwed, then how about tax fraud? Does he claim the huge freebies as part of his personal income? If not, shouldn't there be some huge penalties and interest due the tax payers?

Yeah, yeah yeah. I can hear the peanut gallery: "Well, President Bush did this, too." So what. If any President misuses public funds, they should be accountable. Send Bush a tax bill, too, with penalties and interest. They'd send their minions to do the same to me. Fair is fair.

The Cost of Life

I know the popular term is "the cost of living", but the cost of life is more appropriate to me.

I pay attention to the price of the different things I require to survive. They've all gone up and not by just a little. While many on the public dole just continue to spend with abandon, I don't have that luxury, so my purchases are guided by what I can afford. Here's an example:

I like to make homemade vegetable, beef soup. The ingredients are the same, so for years I haven't changed any; including the brands. The only thing that might change is the type of beef. I vary between stew meat and roasts - depending on the price.

Four years ago, the two pounds of meat and various items was around $12. Over the weekend, I bought the same items and the price was $20. That's a substantial difference and with the drought, pending freeze in places that don't normally freeze, with increasing prices for various government mandates, the cost will only become higher.

So, the cost of life is higher and my salary is frozen. Meanwhile, Congress is pushing for a raise and government employees are given raises without any thought of how it affects the deficit or attitude of those that actually produce the tax money they spend without thinking.

I don't know about you, but I'm pissed. The arrogance and lack of fiscal responsibility by many in government has reached the point it's intolerable. They may think they can continue without reactions from taxpayers but I have the feeling they've reached the end of their rope. People push back when their survival is at stake. Those that live in Washington, D.C. may not notice the drastic attitude change by taxpayers, but the Congress critters will eventually have to go home. I hope those that are making efforts to bring this fiscal crises under control are treated as heroes. As far as the tax and spend bunch: I hope they're pelted with rotten vegetables and become afraid to leave their houses. They're warts on the ass of progress and need to go.

Saturday, January 12, 2013

Thursday, January 10, 2013

For Those That Don't Know

This is the second amendment to the Constitution:

"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."

Read it carefully. It's written in English and the words are clear. 

Now, there are - and always have been - discussions about the work "militia" and the meaning in context. Personally, I don't think that's important. The rest of the amendment: "...the right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed..." has no wiggle room or need any interpretation. 

So, if you wonder about your right to keep and bear arms, wonder no longer. It's written in the Constitution as a right that can never be removed unless 2/3 majorities of both houses of Congress pass the amendment and 3/4 of the states pass the amendment. I don't see that happening. 

Another thing: when it comes to amendments to the Constitution, the President is left out of the process. Otherwise, the current President can flex his muscles, stick his tongue out at his constituents and demand changes to gun laws, but all he has is an opinion. He has no power, unless you allow it. I'm thinking anyone reading this is smarter than that. If not, ask some questions and I'll help you out. 

Mathematical Imbalance

A handful of politicians and pundits are clamoring for more gun control. Meanwhile, besides the millions of guns sold, there are millions on back order. I think the numbers speak for themselves and the obvious winner has bullets.

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

So....What's The Point?

I've noticed the Weather Channel has decided winter storms need names. I was a little surprised, at first, since I don't watch the Weather Channel, except a few seconds at a time, with the hope they'll actually have the real time radar on, instead of some show about AGW or people chasing tornadoes. The National Weather Service doesn't do this, so I'm wondering if there's some big power play between the two giants of meteorological wizardry?

Why would anyone want to name a winter storm...or any storm? Why not give it a numerical classification, such as 2013 WS-1 or 2....whatever. It's easy to determine the type of storm and when it happened. There's no confusion during conversations, such as one where the name Sandy is brought up. Nobody will have flashbacks to the storm, while other's think of a close friend, or like me: fond memories of a lovely, petite, blond comedic actress that warmed our hearts in the 70's.

Bleh. Life's confusing enough without adding more confusion. Don't meteorologists have something better to do? How about showing the weather instead of reality shows? How about drawing some isobars?

In A World of Mediocrity...

...acceptance of mediocrity leads to fat-headed, self-absorbed students without a clue. 

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Psychological Analysis

I've decided one of the key reasons Liberals are so fond of abortion is due to their deep seated realization they probably would have been a good candidate for the procedure. It's that, or they're afraid their children will breed and they'll be as woefully inadequate with the ability to reason.

Monday, January 7, 2013

Don't Be Stupid....

...when someone else is better at it than you.

I was driving down the highway on the way home from work, which is a usual occurrence and the typical driver in the traffic knows how to drive. There's always someone that needs some more time to learn, but they usually stay in the right lane; hiding behind the steering wheel, with their eyes closed.

Today, while cruising along at 70 mph, the driver in front decided to slow a little, so they could take the next exit. I understood what they were doing, so I eased off the accelerator to give them a little room.

Meanwhile, a good Samaritan in the right lane decided they would slow a little to allow them in. This was the mistake. Both went into brain freeze and the next few moments were what scare the crap out of me when I drive.

They both continued to slow; the driver in front wanting to exit and the good Samaritan slowing to allow the lane change. The problem was they were pacing each other, the traffic coming up behind didn't appear to be slowing and I had that feeling you get when you know something really bad is about to happen.

I laid on the horn. Meanwhile, stupid 1 and 2 where now at about 20 mph and the traffic approaching was getting way too close to my rear bumper.

Finally - before we all were killed - the driver in front accelerated, passed the car and crossed into the right lane. I had the peddle to the floor and steadily insured I was ahead of the traffic behind. I passed them as they tried to figure out how to get where they were going, since they missed their exit.

Now you know the reason for my title. If you aren't sure what to do in such a situation, here's what's best.

1 - If you decide to slow a little to allow someone access to the right lane, you only give them two seconds to make their decision. If they don't accelerate and quickly move over, accelerate back to highway speeds and ignore their middle finger salute. After all, their being mad is a lot less dangerous than a 5000 pound pickup going 70 mph.

2 - If you decide to move to the right lane and someone decides to allow you in, you have 2 seconds to accelerate, pass in front of the car in the right lane and make the change, or you're supposed to accelerate back to highway speeds, find another exit and realize you're not as good a driver as you thought.

Those are the polite suggestions, which usually work, except in rush hour traffic. My suggestion is to never let someone in, unless you've drank beer with them and know their parents. If they don't fit that description, then you don't let them in and prove you're a bigger dumbass than they are.

Sunday, January 6, 2013

Have You Received Your First Pay Check?

If you haven't, you're not going to have as much take home pay as last year.

I thought I should tell those that forgot their head when they went to vote

Saturday, January 5, 2013

Spending Limit

If the government reaches the spending limit, it might need to shut down.

I think it should. In the mad scramble to find funds to continue, there's no telling how many billions of dollars would be discovered that was rat holed away, or stolen to fund some useless project.

Meanwhile, some workers would be out of a paycheck; sorta like the workers that found their jobs disappeared when the government destroyed industries with excessive regulations and taxes.

Oh the horror.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

I'm Tired of the News. It's Time for a Story....but

...I wrote one and sent it off to East of the Web to see what they'd do with it. I have no idea if that's good, bad or means nothing, but over the weekend, while dealing with crappy internet, Blogger wouldn't allow me to load my draft for publishing on my site. So, I took it as a sign, followed submission guidelines and even received a return email stating it could be 5 months for them to completely ignore me.

I have to come up with something else. It will come and I'll write it. Until then, it will be tirades and a general feeling of anger accented by vitriolic satire .

Some Advice For the Republican Leadership

I get up in the morning, go to work, have tremendous amounts of money taken from my check for taxes and work in some of the crummiest weather known to mankind. I've sweated in 108 degree temperatures, shivered in 17 degree gales, been wet for so many hours, my fingers looked like prunes and the skin would tear from my fingers while working.

Now, as the news becomes more apparent today, I find you've bent over and let the Democrat/Progressive President and Congressmen play hide the weenie. Otherwise, for all I've suffered and in complete disregard for the money basically stolen from my family, you don't have the balls to stand up to those that are willing to let those that produce suffer so some parasitic, worthless pieces of human excrement can live without doing anything.  To add insult to injury, the President spent 7 million tax dollars to go on vacation. This is no different than spitting in my face and you allow it.

Here's your advice: We're meaner, more tired, losing just about everything worth having and reaching the point there are few options left to redress the tremendous wrongs you've allowed on the sovereign citizens of the United States of America. Every choice you make has consequences. I trust your future choices, including the election in leadership, reflect the wishes of the majority of the people that produce in this country. I can only pray you make wise decisions.

On the Subject of Vacations

I get paid vacation. Not much, but paid to be off work. It's something many in the construction field don't enjoy. Vacation is the layoff between projects and it's certainly not a set time, or paid.

I've never taken a vacation with a company credit card, chartered a 747, hired a security team and flown to Hawaii to spend my vacation on company money. Even if I could get away with such a thing, the result would be a definite termination of my position and the strong possibility of criminal charges.

Obama took off for Hawaii to continue his vacation, at the cost of 7 million, which I'm assuming is this trip alone. This arrogant abuse of power, in my opinion, should cause the immediate preparation of an invoice, the delivery of this invoice to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. - Washington, D.C. and the start of impeachment proceedings.

Of course, he won't compensate the taxpayer, or face any repercussions. Congress has too many thieving, liars that would do the same thing and never look back. The worst of criminals are our legislators and they're thumbing their noses at those that work hard, ask for nothing, except relief and wonder how far politicians will go before they're forced to stop.

If someone told me a meteor landed square in the middle of Washington, D.C. and all the legislators were smashed like bugs, I'm afraid my response would be: "It's a good start. Maybe God has had enough, too."

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Fiscal Cliff and the Lack of Character

I've been watching the media mish-mash of projection, conjecture and political hype over the last few days. All in all, it's been a waste of time.

So, here we are falling over the fiscal cliff. Taxes are going up, costs are going up, Washington has proven again it's the location where feckless politicians and bureaucrats waste the resources of those that work hard and never ask anything from the government.

It's time for this to change, which I'm thinking should be a new party. Republicans couldn't find their ass with both hands with a map, and Democrats are God hating fascists who taint the air. Neither has proven anything over the last two decades, except they despise the people they supposedly represent.

I'm thinking it should be the Fiscal Party, since the "Party of pissed off people who don't give a rat's ass if even 75% of the people feel the government should have more power" is too long.

Things will change and it will happen quickly. It will start with the general feeling of anger when even those that get substantial government benefits realize the benefits are dwindling and they still have to pay the increase in Social Security taxes. Their move forward for hope and change will leave them in a situation worse than it was before.

The mainstream media will attempt to blame the Republican Party, and it may work for awhile, but they'll find their decreased revenue will lead them to search for those that actually have money. Those won't be the feel good patrons of the public teat and they'll be vindictive in their demand for accuracy in the news and a reduction in the progressive shills the universities turn out in large numbers.

Universities will find most people consider their diplomas worthless ass wipe material and more of all industries will train their own. They'll start with young, impressionable individuals willing to succeed and not be dragged into the quagmire of progressive thinking like their parents.

Some may think this all won't happen, but it will. We're a nation of individuals and we demand the rights of the individual superseded the whims of politics, or the demands of worthless parasites that now pervade our society. While some spit on the Constitution, it's a document more powerful than any group of power hungry, evil people that have allowed their arrogance to consume their sanity.

It will probably get ugly, but that's the nature of change. Personally, I welcome it. I've had enough.

Happy New Year

Happy New Year to all that read, stop by or are electronic commerce advertisement computer code.