Thursday, October 9, 2008


Tuesday's debate between John McCain and Borack Obama was about as exciting as a 100 yard dash between two snails.

They sounded incredibly the same. They both love America, hate greed and will give the people everything their heart demands.

The constitution is clear that it is to "promote the general welfare" of the people, however today most people think that the government is to "provide for the general welfare of the people. So those who run for office will promise everybody everything they want (notice I said want and not need) because they know this is where the votes are and the more give-away programs that are created the more votes they are likely to get.

Like all societies in the world today and from the beginning of time, we are made up of those who produce and those who only consume. We can call them the givers and the takers.
Both McCain and Obama are appealing to the takers, those who want the government to act like a giant nanny and protect them from all harm - including their stupidity.

So we had this boring debate that never once addressed the out of control illegal alien problem.
I know someone is going to be offended because I make mention of illegal aliens being a problem.
I hear them now whimpering like a spineless moron, "God don't make no problems."

Well they weren't a problem until we allowed them to flood across our borders like rats leaving s sinking ship.

I would like to have heard one of them say, "The day I take office, I will put troops on our border and close the border effectively and immediately."

But I don't think that is going to happen.

And then there were all those retarded troglodytes who are "undecided." If these people are so stupid that they still haven't decided who they are going to vote for, then they shouldn't be allowed to vote. Any one that stupid shouldn't be allowed to participate in a decision of who is going to rule over the rest of us for the next four years.

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Today we had a reporter from the London Sun newspaper. We took pictures of their visit and I may get some put up on my blog on Thursday or Friday. I going to call it a night. It's late and I have to get up early and then Thursday night drive to Little Rock.
If you didn't see yesterday's blog, go to it now and click on the link to hear an interview I did a few weeks ago.

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