Archive for October, 2007
It is now a proven fact that eating food—any kind of food—will kill you. No one who has eaten food in the past is alive today and everyone currently eating food will die. Therefore, those noble people who seek to save us from eating every kind of food that the earth provides should be hailed and saluted for their efforts to keep us alive.
“California Dreaming” and fires have lived side by side since the “The Grapes of Wrath.” It is absolutely amazing how Senator Harry Reid would manage to tie global warming to the fires in California. Well, like Gump would say “Stupid is as stupid does.”
An energy-rationing bill has been introduced to address “global warming.” The “Climate Security Act” would impose caps on how much carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions can be allowed and would institute an elaborate program to “trade” allowances among the industries and business affected.
The Democrats have run on a campaign of defeatism in Iraq while undermining the president of the most powerful nation in the world. They have acted irresponsibly. The Democrats live in their own concocted world, devoid of reality. Common sense and truth seems to elude them at our country’s expense.
There was an interesting news item out of Moscow in late September to which most people probably paid little heed. “Russia is one of several countries that have rushed to lay claims to the area where a U.S. Study suggests as much as 25 percent of the world’s undiscovered oil and gas could be hidden.”
Before President Bush was sworn into office, Democrat politicians were beginning to exhibit some questionably odd behavior, almost across the board. They took to mirroring Socialism, or in some cases Communism in word and deed. It is not unusual that people are asking whether they are patriotic.
As one of those who thought the invasion of Iraq was a good thing to do for
both humanitarian and strategic reasons, the flow of books by those who went
there after the invasion or by Iraqis who did their best to put it on the
path to democracy all tell essentially the same story.
New Jersey has a multi-millionaire Governor, Jon Corzine, whose monthly energy bill is not a problem. That leaves the rest of the State’s citizens out in the cold because, as the largest daily newspaper recently noted, “New Jersey already is one of the most expensive states for business” and, may I add, for auto insurance, property taxes, and a sales tax.