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Red Line? More Like Red Corner

President Ocombata talked so much crap with his “red line” that for sure he would attack Syria, that a few days ago it seemed all but certain missiles would be flying by the weekend. But what happened? The French got squishy, the Brit parliament voted “no” to military involvement, and the American public is only about 15% in support. The Russians and Chinese were going to vote “no” in the UN Security Council, and he wanted to skip congress and act. So, now Odumbass is stuck, if he acts he looks bad for going it alone, if he doesn’t act he will look bad for being all talk no action. But BO came up with a brilliant (yet incredibly stupid) idea to say he wants to act, and we should act, but he will put it to congress for a vote. What does this do, it takes all of the heat off him, because congress will probably vote “no” and he will be able to blame them for letting the Syrian civil war rage on, including the use of chemical weapons.

BO had zero intention of getting involved in Syria, but he is incapable of keeping his sewer trap of a mouth shut, and as a result, painted himself in a corner.

What drives me crazy is the republicans giving him credit and commending him for sending it to congress. Sorry weak ass republicans, he didn’t do it because he thinks its the correct thing to do, he’s doing it for a purely self serving reason…to get out of the corner he put himself in. Quit giving the idiot in chief credit for nothing.

And for the record, we need to stay the hell out of Syria and every other Muslim country. Sorry folks, but I say let them kill each other to their hearts delight.

Thank You for Reading,
Sgt. Hug

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Todd Aching

A person can have any belief or opinion they want, it’s a free country (for now anyway).  Todd Akin doesn’t agree with abortion, fine, a lot of people don’t.  But when a public official says something as ignorant as he did about how a womans body can defend against becoming pregnant during a “legitimate rape”, was completely idiotic and ill-informed.  I’m not going to get into the technical aspects of what he said, but about him saying those words at all.

Akin has been in public office for 24 years, 12 in the Missouri House and 12 in the U.S. House, he has been in many campaigns and is not an amateur at interviews.  When people in his position “misspeak” it’s one of two things, they are either an idiot, or they are voicing their true opinion/belief.  To me, Akin was expressing both.  His statement on abortion is what he believes, the fact that he said it two weeks after winning the republican primary for a run at the U.S. Senate currently held by Claire McCaskill, makes him a complete idiot.  Now I’ve heard democrats took up republican ballots and voted for Akin because they figured he would be the easiest for Claire to beat…and it turns out they might be correct, but that’s another story.

Republicans in force came out against Akin, asked him to withdraw from the election, it wasn’t a few people, it was nearly everyone.  What does Akin do, he sends out an apology and doubles down by staying in the race.  He actually tried to blame the liberal media for the outrage, which means he is blind, because it was conservatives who were pissed.  A week after his comments in that ill-fated interview, he is still being talked about, and now the liberal media are actually the ones keeping it alive, along with Obama surrogates, by trying to tie Paul Ryan to Akins beliefs.  By staying in the race the guy proved to everyone he is self-serving and thinks his ambition to get to the senate is more important to what Missourians and the country think.  He played right into the hands of the lefties who try to claim conservatives have a “war against women”.  There is a good chance he just handed the election to the person holding the most vulnerable seat in the Senate, Claire, and if she wins, he will deservedly get the blame.

I did not vote for Akin in the primary, the fact that Mike Huckabee was a huge supporter of his, and endorsed him, was enough for me not to vote for him…I am a zero fan of Huckabee.   But since he was the nominee, I was going to vote for him to help get rid of McCaskill, now I will not vote for him under any circumstance.  I have held my nose and voted for people because “this election is so important”, but I will not do that anymore.  I will not sell my soul down the river again.  I sure as Hell won’t vote for Claire, I’ll write someone in, probably John Brunner (who I voted for in the primary), or I’ll check out the libertarian candidate.

Yeah, Todd Akin is sorry excuse for a representative and candidate.  I’m glad I don’t live in his district.

Sgt. Hug

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Honkyazation

I have come to the conclusion, well one that I concluded a long time ago, the main street media can’t be trusted. They go put of their way to paint conservatives in whatever bad light they can.

The most recent was this knucklehead from MSNBC, Toure’, who actually said Mott Romney was demonizing by “niggerazation” of Obama, simply because Romney said Obama’s campaign was angry. S.E. Cupp want going to let that crap pass, but the host kept trying to speak for Toure’ in defense. This guy is given a pass, Joe Biden is given a pass when he says “they are going to put y’all back in chains” to a crowd that was half black. BUT NO, Romney says Obama is angry and he called out for using racial coding.

Now when it comes to polling, and news surveys, I don’t trust any of them. They will do anything they can to make it look like BO is doing a good job. Funny part is, most of the commie loving left wingers probably think he is doing a good job. Liberals hate Fox News because they actually present both sides, and the interviewers or hosts (of news shows) don’t try to twist things in the favor of right wingers.

Look at the tax form nonsense, I could care less if he, or any presidential candidate shows tax returns…it is not a requirement. But the media keeps hammering away at it, because it deflects from the horrible job BO has done, and that he has nothing to run on but hate and anger…oops, that must mean I am attempting niggerazation of Obama. The part that really cracks me up, is the moron is half white! Maybe the right should try the honkyazation of Obama.

So, to say again, I don’t trust any of the media, or anything that comes out of their mouths. They live in a bubble of delusions.

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Give Me Some R&R

I think Mitt Romney made a very wise choice for his running mate. In an online survey a month ago, it asked who you thought he should choose…I answered Paul Ryan.

The other options are excellent, and they all have their strong suits, but here is why it couldn’t be any of them.

Rob Portman – From Ohio, clearly would have pandering to a swing state.

Bob McDonnell – From Virginia, home of the first president. No need to have that come up.

Marco Rubio – From Florida, clearly would have pandering to another swing state, and Latinos.

Condoleezza Rice – Clearly pandering to women and blacks.

David Petraeus – Great general, but he took a job working for Obama.

Chris Christie – I think he is too much of a showboat.

Other primary candidates – pandering to another’s fan base.

So, the choice he made was the person I would have picked, Paul Ryan. PR has been in the House for 14 years, he knows how to represent people, he knows the economy, and he is a middle guy who can appeal to the older republicans, and the new generation of conservatives. Mitt Romney was able to keep this very secret, he used his brain in the vetting process, and he didn’t cave to the popular stars, or who the masses thought it should be. No, by picking Ryan, Romney doubled down on the economy, because in this case “It’s the economy, stupid (Obama)”, is a line that really tells it all.

This first big decision for Romney was a very well thought out good one, and to me it is a sign for future decisions should he become our next president…and boy do I hope he does.

Sgt. Hug

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Red Scare?

I have never seen the big appeal to communism. So many radicals of the 1960s loved communism, I know a person who’s mother said she was a member of the communist party in the 60s. Let’s just look at some of the things to admire about life under communist rule.

China – Under Mao, around 45,000,000 Chinese people were killed.

Soviet Union – Under Stalin, around 20,000,000 Russians were killed, 800,000 were straight up executions and 1,700,000 died in gulags.

Cuba – 2,000,000 to 7,000,000 were killed.

Cambodia – Under Pol Pot, round 1,000,000 were killed.

Ethiopia – 500,000 killed.

Vietnam – 200,000 to 900,000 killed.

Romania – 60,000 to 300,000 killed.

East Germany – 80,000 to 100,000 were killed.

Bulgaria – 50,000 to 100,000 were killed.

The left loves guys like Che Guevara, a murderous criminal who helped Castro. Obama’s former White House communications director said Mao was one of her favorite philosophers.

But my favorite of all is this, Frank Marshall Davis. Who you may ask is Frank Marshall Davis? Well Frank Marshall Davis was Barack Obama’s mentor, and he is talked about, though not by full name, 22 times in Barack’s book, Dreams from My Father. Frank wasn’t just some guy, but Barack’s mentor. It also happens that Frank Marshall Davis was a card carrying member of the Communist Party USA, and an America hater. So, how do you ask, does a man who’s mother, father, and mentor were straight up communists, become president of the USA? It’s simple, he was not vetted, and the main street media gave him a complete pass…maybe the MSM are a bunch of communist lovers at heart.

Not saying what happened in those other countries, and others, 85,000,000 to 100,000,000 total deaths, will happen here, but communist takeovers have a rock solid history of mass murder. And people wonder why we have a 2nd amendment.

Sgt. Hug

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Mitt, Go for a KO!

OK.  Romney is by all accounts a good guy, good family man, good church going man, but he better put on gloves, and keep them on until November 7th (yes, the day after).  Now when I say gloves, I’m not talking about the gloves you would hit the bag with, or the gloves for light sparing.  No, I’m talking about taping the hands tight and putting them in the pair of gloves you are ready to knock someones head off with.

Barack Obama is not going to play footsie, the man hasn’t done enough damage to the country yet, he needs another term to really screw things up beyond repair.  Normally it is the surrogates who do all of the mud-slinging, but BO himself has already said “I’m Barack Obama, and I approve this add”, to complete falsehoods.  The man will be in massive attack mode from here on out.

Now, Mitt Romney needs to do something…STOP asking for apologies from the Liar in Chief.  BO won’t apologize now, and he won’t do it at all.   Mitt needs to stop waiting for some nonsense from the BO group, then respond, it looks weak.  MR didn’t have any problem tearing his competition apart in the primaries, he had better do himself a favor and start tearing Obama apart.  Every time BO opens his mouth with trash talk, Romney needs to jam it right back down his throat.  Now, the personal  attacks, which there are plenty of against BO, leave those to the surrogates, but anything policy related, MR hammer him relentlessly.

Look, I’m just a no name who likes to rant and go off on a blog that is hardly read, but I can list off a huge list of bad stuff BO has done. MR needs to go all the way back to ’08 and start pulling some of BO statements made then and bring them back to light.  McCain was too much of a wimp, as were his surrogates, to say anything bad about BO (I really love the initials…reminds me of stench), and he paid dearly for it.

Here is one very simple thing that say it all, “fundamentally change”.  He is doing a great job when it comes to that.  He has made this country more divided that it’s probably been since the 50’s civil rights mayhem, if not the Civil War.  He is doing everything he can to pit one group of people against another by race, gender, financial means, nationality, etc..  So, BO never really said what the “fundamentally change” did he, everyone just took that to mean he wanted to change Washington…HA!!  He sure fooled you!

I’m not even going to get into the list, there will many more rants ahead.  I believe Mitt Romney is a solid candidate, business wise, managerial wise, and cool-headed.  But he had better treat this like the fight of his life, because I truly believe the future of our country is at stake here.

I have not found any democrat politicians appealing, I may not like their ideas, or paths they want to take, but they don’t disgust every fiber of my being.  Barack Obama is something else entirely, he makes the worst democrat look like an angel.  To the bone, I think the man has evil intentions for this country.  I really dread what his October surprise will be.  Someone I know said they thought he would try to create a national emergency, so he could suspend the election…well, with this guy, I wouldn’t put it past him.

I want BO out so bad, I did something I have not done before…I sent a candidate some money, that being Mitt Romney, and I may send more.  Mitt, do me and the rest of the country a HUGE favor…fight with every ounce of energy you have to unseat Oblamer.

Sgt. Hug

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Sutter Douchebag

Kurt Sutter, the creator of my favorite show on TV “Sons of Anarchy” had this to say in his most recent blog about the evils of FOX News. “FOX News is not only preaching to the lowest common denominator, they are in fact, creating it”.

Then a couple of paragraphs later he says this.
“I realize this is potentially a damaging blog post for me. I work for Fox and I know a large percentage of my SOA audience are middle-America conservatives who watch Fox News. They get very upset when “tattooed TV boy” goes political. But I take the risk because I’m truly worried for these people, who do indeed represent the core of our country. I respect their opinions and their philosophical beliefs. I just want them to be treated fairly. I’m tired of them being lied to night after night, issue after issue. The breaking point is near and it’s gonna be fucking messy”.

Well Kurt, I’m so glad to know that you are so smart and wise, yet the rest of us are so stupid, that you worry about us. You are an imbecile. One minute you are calling us FOX watchers the lowest common denominator, then expressing your respect and worry for us.

How about this Kurt, the liberals ran ALL television news for ever and most print, that’s all we got, liberal slant. Now FOX comes along and actually presents some conservative angles, and you are freaking pissed because you don’t dominate anymore. Must be why you came up with a show about a heavy 1%er motorcycle club…to make yourself seem tough in the absence of actual toughness.

What a douchebag. Keep running your jibs and calling me the lowest common denominator…and I’ll dump your show, and spread the word why.  Here is a link to his blog if you want to read the whole thing.

http://www.sutterink.blogspot.com/

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John Wayne Roberts

For those of you who know about John Wayne Bobbitt, he had a bit of his anatomy removed by his wife…well John Roberts just did the same to the country.  So, I’ve thought about this for a little while now, I know it’s a becoming a dead horse, but who cares.  I’m not going to look up any fancy articles or previous judicial judgments, I’m going from the gut.  It is my take on the Justice Roberts decision.

There has been numerous takes, such as he was playing chess while the rest of the country was playing checkers.  There was another about how he was looking out for the image of the court…or worse, his own image.

I don’t care what his reasoning was, his decision was bunk.  The president said vehemently it was not a tax, it was argued under the commerce clause, yet Justice Roberts rewrote the case in his decision, calling it a tax.  So let’s pretend Roberts actually had a master plan thinking it would make it more difficult to run something of this sort down our throats again, in the aspect if it were sold as a tax it would be that much tougher to pass.  Well, he wasn’t judging future cases, he was judging Obamacare.  Thinking things would be tougher down the road makes no sense, nothing has been as bad as Obamacare in our countries history…1/5 (a number I’ve heard tossed around a lot) of the economy was handed to the federal government.  By siding with the four liberal judges, he locked in Obamacare, and the disaster that will come along with it.

Let’s say he did it because he didn’t want it to look like a court where the conservatives always side with conservatives, or vice versa.  More bunk.  He isn’t there to make himself or the court look good, he is there to make the correct decision based on the constitution, regardless of what people think, and making people pay a tax for existing is nowhere in the constitution.  One minute the liberals are calling him a right-wing hack, the next they are praising him.  Thing is, NO one saw this coming from him, Kennedy was supposed the be the swing vote, and he was one of the ones most against it.

Another angle was by him voting for it, would make conservatives rally together to defeat Obummer in the fall.  Again, not his job.  BO is in big trouble for a myriad of reasons, and Obummer care was one them before Roberts came along.

Look, I’m no mind reader, but I do think this…Roberts made a hideous decision.  He gave the big thumbs up to the largest tax increase in the history of the country, if not world history.  Roberts essentially just said “sure, go ahead and tax everyone in the country for no other reason than they are breathing”.  It feeds into the attitude that is prevailing across the board, gimme, gimme, gimme, gimme.  How long can our country actually survive like this?  Let’s just tax everyone for the fast food they eat, for not having a gym membership, for not having a cell phone…eating junk food while watching fitness programs on TV, and not having a cell phone handy to call in your heart attack could all be deemed in the interest of health care costs.

This is the ultimate goal of Obummer, to crash the health care system so that the government can take over entirely.  BO has said out of his own mouth, he wants a single payer system…that single payer being the federal government.

I could go ramble on and on about this, it ties in with all things bad about BO.  Think about it for a while, how has it effected you, and how will it effect you.

Sgt. Hug

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Changed Mind

I’ve changed my mind, I think I’ll vote for Barack Obama, after all, he has accomplished quite a few things. I’ll list some, but will surely forget a few.

1. He was elected president with the highest qualifications, running against the most formidable opponent possible. Oh, wait.

2. He said he was going to close Guantanamo Bay in hist first year, and he did. Oh, wait.

3. He passed a trillion dollar spending bill that fixed our unemployment problem, and kept it below 8%. Oh, wait.

4. He passed a great healthcare law that everyone loves, that increased coverage, lowered costs, and no one is forced to be insured. Oh, wait.

5. The government took over all college loans, and the interest rates are going to stay low. Oh, wait.

6. He took the lead and put the military in action against Libya, and did it with congressional approval when the 100 day mark hit. Oh, wait.

7. He didn’t freeze deep well drilling in the Gulf of Mexico after the BP oil leak. Oh, wait.

8. He has done wonders for our national unity by not pitting segments of the population against each other. Oh, wait.

9. He hated the Iraq war so much that he got us out by winning with a troop surge. Oh, wait.

10. He hated the war in Afghanistan so much he withdrew the troops without a surge. Oh, wait.

11. He hates power and dictatorship so much he has made it a point to enforce all laws passed by congress. Oh, wait.

12. He also hates power and dictatorship so much that he shot down having the future ability to send mass text messages to EVERYONE, in case of an “emergency”. Oh, wait.

13. He has managed to keep the deficit from growing out of control. Oh, wait.

14. He didn’t create a 26 billion dollar bailout for teachers, police and firefighters as a payback for their unions support. Oh, wait.

15. He didn’t take/give 51% control of General Motors to the government and unions. Oh, wait.

16. He spent some good quality time supporting the democrat mayor of Milwaukee (who threw all his weight behind Obama’s campaign) while he was running against Scott Walker in the Wisconsin recall election. Oh, wait.

Anyway, I’m sure there are many more positive things President Obama has accomplished, and given the opportunity of another four years, he would continue to act and lead in the best interest of the country. Oh, wait.

Sgt. Hug

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Walk the Line

Well last night was a huge night in politics, and it took place in Wisconsin.

In 2010 Scott Walker (R) was elected in a normally blue state. He was elected because he said he was going to straighten out the budget, unemployment, and financial woes.

One of the things he did was go against government employer unions. He wanted to make it optional for people join a union, he succeeded, in March of 2011 there were 68,000 public sector union members, in 2012 there are 28,000. That means when given the option, 40,000 people bailed from the unions. One of the other things was he wanted union members to contribute a small amount, about 1% toward their own retirement. This passed also, but not without massive demonstrations, and democratic reps and senators running from the state and hiding, all avoid the vote. Well Scott Walker let them play their games a while, tried to get them to come back, and when they didn’t he stripped revenue items from the bill and they voted without the dems. When this their shenanigans failed, the unions went on a blitz to recall him, and he and the Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch. So it went to the ballot box on Tuesday, June 5, 2012. Guess what, Walker and Kleefisch both won their recalls…the unions and dems failed to oust them.

Governor Walker is a true example of solid leader. He was willing to make the tough calls, clash with the unions (full disclosure…I loathe unions), and take bold steps to improve the lives of Wisconsin residents. I hope the rest of the country is looking at what took place in Wisconsin, and realize the same kind of bold measures and bold leadership are what we need on a national level, as well as in a lot of states.

Congratulations Governor Scott Walker and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch.

Sgt. Hug

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