Folks, there are other options.
Folks, there are other options.
Not much to it but here is the Switchfoot Friday page.
Paul Ryan has the knowledge and persuasive abilities needed to have a high profile leadership role in Congress. During the 2012 Presidential campaign he wanted to do outreach to poorer areas but was turned down except in one case. Ryan needs to be let loose to explain the economic problems facing our country, not just to the conservative choir but to the rest of the country.
Obama Won, Major Tax Bomb Still on the Way – Katie Pavlich. – this is what our country faces right now!
Just getting started. Marco Rubio should be ready to run in 2016. He is a great communicator and has a common sense approach to immigration reform. I am hoping he will run for President in 2016.
I am writing to voice my support for Mitt Romney for President of the United States. I have many reasons and I will use the rest of this post to talk about my support for Governor Romney and why President Obama needs to be replaced:
We’ve had four years of poor leadership, passing the buck and slow economic growth. I began supporting Mitt Romney during the first primary debate. In hindsight he would have been the right president instead of Obama as Romney understands economics. Now, we need to make the change and get the economy growing and begin dismantling and redoing Obamacare to get our country moving in the right direction.
Thanks for reading through the ramblings. God Bless America!
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I guess I’m still in shock with Albert Pujols signing with the Angels. I really can’t believe he left the greatest baseball city where he was going to go down as the all-time Cardinal. Statues, constant adoration, legendary status; those are gone. Now, he starts over with the Angels. He’d better keep producing because he doesn’t have any good will in the bank with Angels’ fans.
Other than a huge paycheck it does help Pujols that he’s going to a team with the DH. He’s becoming slightly injury prone and that can give him a break and maybe keep him productive for a longer time. However, I got a feeling that after about 4 years his contract will be an unbearable for the Angels. I wish the best for Pujols but, even more, a great replacement for the Cardinals.
As a Dodger fan and despite the ownership situation, I beg them to sign Prince Fielder. Younger sluggers aren’t free agents that often. I know if Magic was in charge it would not even be a question.
My 2012 British Racing Green MINI Hardtop S is on this ship. Due at the Panama Canal on 12/11/11 and Oxnard by 12/21/11.
I’m just doing some testing on my blog. Haven’t been here in a while but will start at it again.
This is absolutely stupid. We are already taxed every time we fill the pump. Now they want us to have electronic devices in our cars to monitor our driving?
Our president is taking a class warfare approach to fixing our debt and deficit crisis. This is very disappointing. As I’ve said before President Obama had no real world experience in preparation for being President and now we are seeing the results. He is a person that can talk the talk but never walked the walk. His lack of leadership has been horrible and now he’s just focused on winning the election of 2012.
That brings us back to Bush’s democratization policy. It fell short, in my opinion, by emphasizing the holding of elections rather than the process of nurturing democratic habits and building democratic institutions that guarantee basic human rights to all. Recall how Hamas came to power in Gaza in 2006: The U.S. facilitated an election campaign and allowed Hamas, an armed terrorist militia, to pretend it was just a political party. Hamas restricted fundamental rights and freedoms even during the campaign. That led to an election featuring one man, one vote — one time. Since Hamas’s victory, there has been no serious discussion of holding another election in Gaza and Gazans enjoy no rights, though they do enjoy some entitlements courtesy of European and American taxpayers. During Bush’s final two years in office, the Freedom Agenda withered on the vine.
I agree. I’m afraid that elections in Egypt will just end up as mob rule. Without a constitution (and a system that protects it) in place that guarantees certain freedoms a democracy is not going to make things any better. George W. Bush seems to have not emphasized that enough. The right to vote is only one part of freedom. Freedom of religion, of speech, of self-determination, of thought, of assembly, to disagree, to own property, to defend yourself…. all these are essential for a free society. May Egypt and all other Middle Eastern countries head down this path.
“Sixty years of Western nations excusing and accommodating the lack of freedom in the Middle East did nothing to make us safe – because in the long run, stability cannot be purchased at the expense of liberty,” Bush said. “As long as the Middle East remains a place where freedom does not flourish, it will remain a place of stagnation, resentment and violence ready for export.”
I’m not confident that the initial outcome in Egypt will be good. Will radical Islamists somehow take power or will there be a transformation to a democratic and free Egypt. Even in Iraq where there are now free elections it is not safe to be a Christian so that is not true freedom. Egypt scares me also as this Pew Research Center survey indicates 84% of Egyptian Muslims favor “Death penalty for people who leave the Muslim religion”. This does not sound moderate.
“You still want it to be about consistency, but you have to be consistent during those 10 [Chase] weeks.” – Kurt Busch
It is a sucky sport that doesn’t want winners. In NASCAR it seems OK to not win races yet win the championship. Sorry, that blows. I want a point system that makes it favorable to win. The old F1 10-6-4-3-2-1 was the best system. Reward the winners and get the guys off the track that are racing their wrecked cars around the track to just collect points.
I have not watched the Tucson Memorial but glad to hear of some leadership. A stark contrast to Bill Clinton with Oklahoma City when he used that to attack. Sad to hear that it was a pep-rally atmosphere as people need to realize that this is not the time for politics. Props to President Obama for his leadership and tone last night. I’ll watch it sometime but my heart isn’t ready.
Very interesting. 2011 should be a very interesting year for our country. Getting a handle on our crazy spending will be difficult but has to be done. Gas prices are going bonkers again and what is going to be done? “Green” jobs are worthless in a less than friendly business environment so even those would end up being farmed out.
The WikiLeaks Vindication of George W. Bush – Larry Elder – Townhall Conservative. – Just interesting.
It is amazing that California, running an unemployment rate of 12.4%, has chosen Jerry Brown and Barbara Boxer to hold influential places in government. Also, a jobs growth proposition that suspends green laws until more jobs are created has failed. Looks like Texas Gov. Rick Perry will come back to hunt for more jobs. This blows.
Works and Days » The Inexplicables. – Brilliance from Victor Davis Hanson
The president said: “If Latinos sit out the election instead of saying, ‘We’re gonna punish our enemies, and we’re gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us’ — if they don’t see that kind of upsurge in voting in this election — then I think it’s going to be harder. And that’s why I think it’s so important that people focus on voting on November 2nd.”
In remarks prepared for delivery to a rally in Cincinnati with Rob Portman, the GOP nominee for Senate in Ohio, and John Kasich, the GOP nominee for Ohio governor, Boehner says:“Ladies and gentlemen, we have a president in the White House who referred to Americans who disagree with him as ‘our enemies.’ Think about that. He actually used that word. When Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush used the word ‘enemy,’ they reserved it for global terrorists and foreign dictators — enemies of the United States. Enemies of freedom. Enemies of our country.
I’m not a fan of Boehner at all but he’s 100% correct. “Hope” and “change” were just campaign slogans; never meant to be kept. If you are not someone who leans left and stands with the President, then you are his enemy. He said it himself. Shame on President Obama. There has never been a president more divisive that this one and I wish the Stewart/Colbert crowd would first hold President Obama accountable for this before going after anyone else. It all starts at the top.
Making It Up As He Goes. – I’m just so unimpressed with our President compared to the expectations. He can make a great speech but at the end of the day is just another average politician who talks big and delivers very little. “Change”?
We might want to listen to Mr. Blair about this:
In a speech in New York, the former prime minister said that warnings over the past week of terrorist plots against Europe should remind people that they remained under threat.