Blogging is stupidComment Posted By bruce On 7.06.2009 @ 16:29
I make no bones about blogers, If you have something to saw, then say it,but use your own name(real) and put your e-mail out there also, other than that, just shut your pie hole, cuz nobody cares about some over weight,balding,idiot trying desperatly to get his 15 minutes of fame.Comment Posted By bruce On 7.06.2009 @ 16:29
Most of the time i use my real name, but today i must digress, as im certian that some there will be a s***p** of angry morons trying desperatly to find me. HAHAHA not gonna happen.
It's NOT a mess! Let's not have the short attention span of a liberal here. We've had 3 distinctly different primaries so far.....out of 50? And you're joining the MSM in whining and moaning? Buck up! It's not over till it's over. The MSM has been in a feeding frenzy over this election for the last 12 months. Elephants are supposed to have cooler heads; let's show it.
The trouble is that none of the GOP candidates are impressing the voters as being "true conservatives", and GOP voters are waiting for one to show up. The FL primary is in a few weeks and I still haven't made up my mind, and probably won't until the day I go vote.
Let's not sound the "gloom and doom" for the elephant herd just yet.....that't the job of the MSM!Comment Posted By Bruce On 16.01.2008 @ 09:52
Candidate for "Chief Hen" selects Fox to advise on security issues for Henhouse! (and sees nothing wrong with it)Comment Posted By Bruce On 13.09.2007 @ 10:24
And in Rep. Santos opening remarks today (before GEN Petreaus even said a word) that "I don't buy it" shows the shameful way the left regards the military. He all but called the general a liar and willing stooge of the administration! Before the general even had a chance to report!!!
I am thoroughly disgusted by the treasonous posturing of Democrats and their public relations arm, the media. (or is the Democrat Party the political wing of the media? It's so hard to tell these days.)
I am so glad these traitors were not around in the fall of 1942, when the Japanese were running wild in the Pacific. "Oh no...we only have one carrier left! We need to give up. We can't beat them. The Zero is too good. They have too many ships, planes, fanatical soldiers. They're unbeatable. Boo hoo hoo. Thank God those whiners were not in control of Congress then! We'd all be speaking Japanese or German.Comment Posted By Bruce On 10.09.2007 @ 13:53
Since when are such gutless RINO's such oracles of wisdom? Especially military wisdom! Let our gallant military do their job, knowing we support them. It's not over til it's over. THEN you can feel vindicated....or not. And, in the present Congress "bipartisan" means conservatives concede and liberals accept the concession and raise the ante even more.Comment Posted By Bruce On 26.06.2007 @ 13:12
Just to put this in perspective. When Chris Matthews moderated the FL governor's debate last fall, the left-leaning (never let the facts get in the way of a good story) St. Petersburg Times editorial blasted Matthews for his stupid questions which concentrated on national issues instead of FL issues.Comment Posted By Bruce On 7.05.2007 @ 08:03
"Don't Tread On Me", "I regret that I have only one life to give for my country", "I have not yet begun to fight", "Don't give up the ship", "Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!", "Over, we're coming over, and we won't come back till it's over Over There!", "Nuts!"
If these are familiar sayings to you then you know the rich history of the US and how Americans have risen to the occasion when called upon. If not, go ask a parent or grandparent to explain what they mean.
Throughout our history, when Americans have gone to war, the attitude has always been, "Let's get this thing over with so we can go home." That has always meant hanging in there until the final objective has been achieved. Not giving up.
The problem with Iraq, and the global war on terror, is the leadership of the country. We had a leader once who said America would pay any price and bear any burden in the defense of freedom, and encouraged us to ask not what our country could do for us, but instead ask what we could do for our country. The legendary coach of the Green Bay Packers used to have a saying, "When the going gets tough, the tough get going." We have a large segment of people who have been "liberalized" to not continue with anything that's "too hard". In Political Correct terminology this becomes, "When the going gets tough, we're outa here!"
What should be clear is that our enemy (whatever you want to call them) cannot beat us unless we let them. They know this, and are doing what they can to wear us down via the media, who are willing to be duped and lead down that road. It's almost like a child disobeying a parent. The child will continue to push until the "no" is no longer forced upon them.
Bin Laden saw our leadership lose their resolve in Somalia, and decided that Americans would give up if the "going" got too tough, as soon as pictures of dead Americans would be shown throught the world. This is the "Munich" of our time. Will we wind up being a "Neville" or a "Winston"? The fate of our grandchildren could be at stake.Comment Posted By Bruce On 1.05.2007 @ 08:38
It may be that Frank is on to something here, that the mullahs are trying for a spark to get the general population rallied around them. However, Newt's reported idea of the Brits back-channeling privately to Tehran to release the sailors in 30 days or the lone refinery would be surgically destroyed. And if that didn't get their attention...a full naval blockade to insure nothing gets in or out of Iran's only port.Comment Posted By Bruce On 29.03.2007 @ 15:04
Gee....Breaking News....Stop the presses! Political Party claims political appointees were fired for political reasons!!! Oh the humaninty of it! How dare they?!
Another non-story meant to bring down a president.Comment Posted By Bruce On 27.03.2007 @ 11:15