Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Pizza Prices are outrageous!!!!

On an island, not far from the United States, lives a family of 10 people. There are three generations of Libbies represented in this household. Their lifestyles, happiness, and desires are based upon the availability of pizza.

For years, the Libbies bought their pizza from distant lands. The cost started off modest, making investing in making their own crusts not so worthwhile. They loved their foreign pizza.

They had pizza from neighbors. Pizza from places that did not like the Libbies, but their pizza wasgood and plentiful, so money was the key to that relationship.

These places where the pizza was plentiful started getting more and more, and even more, customers. Suddenly, the modest price of each pizza started to climb higher and higher.

The Libbies grumbled, mumbled, and moaned over the rising price of their beloved pizza. Instead of $5 a pie, it prices soared to $12, then to $15, then to $19. Instead of doing something about the cost of their pizza, they cut back on other expenses. They cut out going to the movies, flights abroad, concerts, vacations, big screen TVs, and other spending. They needed their pizza.

Sadly, these people continued towards financial ruin. Even more upsetting is the fact that they had all the necessary ingredients to make their own, terrific pizzas. All they needed to do was invest in a new oven and get the rollers to roll out the dough, and they could live on all the pizza they could ever want and need.

The Libbies let neighborood wack-os claim that baking their own pizza would pollute the neighborhood. They claimed that the extra power they would use for making their own pizza would be too costly, both financially and to the environment.

The wack-os never complained about the other pizza places and their pizza producing techniques. They only held the Libbies back. The Libbies bought into this wild, unprovable theory of weather change, and let that theory be the cover for why they did not cook their own pizza.

The Libbies farm had a thousand head of cattle, whose milk could make the cheese for the pizzas. The Libbies farm had the ripest, sweetest tomatoes. They had the most nutritious, wholesome wheat and grain growing on their farm. Their pigs could produce the greatest sausage in the world.

All they need to do is invest in a new oven as well as the mixing and prep equipment to make their own pizza. The Libbies are smart, resourseful people. They have the ability and technology to create and use equipment in such a way that would virtually eliminate any environmental disturbances.

In fact, they could even prevent the smell of the fresh-baking pzzas from getting out into the neighborhood.

Not to mention the fact that as soon as it would be known that the Libbies are cooking their own pizza, the cost of pizza would freefall around the world. They wouldn't even need to be in production yet. The fact that they were moving toward their pizza inependence would cause a ripple effect.

If the Libbies would only make their own pizza, they would be able to restore their financial strength and independence. They would also strengthen their family security. They would also buy time to find an alternative food that would eventually replace pizza.

Its such a shame that the Libbies would rather see themselves starve than create their own pizza.

Monday, May 26, 2008

God Bless America this Memorial Day

What a beautiful day. The sun is shining. The birds are chirping. The sun is high in the sky, warming the world.

It is gorgeous out today.

While I enjoy the gentle breeze passing through, and admire the robins, cardinals, and other birds flying through the air, there is something I notice. There is something I realize.

I realize, and appreciate, that I am standing in Wytheville. I am in the Commonwealth state of Virginia. Therefore, I am standing safely within the borders of the greatest country God ever blessed with sovereignty.

I am, of course, referring to the most generous, decent, caring, forgiving, and strongest nation in the world today. The lone superpower left on the globe. The world leader.

The United States of America.

How did we get here, to Memorial Day 2008?

How did America become and remain so strong?

For over 250 years we have enlisted the most intelligent, decent, honest, prideful, respectable military personnel in the world. We have the brightest and the bravest wearing an American flag on their shoulder, and have had them for two and a half centuries. Our soldiers fight with honor, bravery, care, respect, and integrity. Our military strives to ensure the safety of the innocent while prosecuting the guilty. Our men and women in uniform are the best.

So, today, if you are working or if you are off for the three-day weekend, take some time to pray for the safety of our military. They give up so much for us to be free to stand on a small grassy knoll, take in a deep breath, enjoy the warmth of the sun, and not feel fear to walk outside. They give up so much for us, let us take today to thank God for them.

Please pray for God to continue to bless our soldiers with strength, intelligence, mercy, decency, proper judgement, and, most importantly, a safe return home after a successful mission.

God bless the United State of America. God bless its military for their decency and integrity. Thank God for all of our freedoms.

Happy Memorial Day!

Sunday, May 25, 2008

If I Were Running for President, Part 5 of 5

The biggest problem facing Republicans in this election season is the lack of focus and planning. Republicans, or, really, all conservatives, are too busy trying to be all things to all people all the time. Instead, they need to come together and focus on their message and agenda.

In the last few blogs, I have investigated my agenda were I running for President in 2008. However, these blogs would also outline my agenda were I running for US or State Congress.

Yet, it is only mouthpieces like my blogs, conservative blogs throughout the world, and conservative radio like Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity that are voicing such an agenda.

No one in the Republican Party is voicing an agenda or a focused plan. There is not one leader in the party that is defining what conservatives are going to be running on for 2008. There is not one leader in the party. Everyone is running in a thousand different directions.

This varied mindset and distracted party is why we have a psuedo-Democrat as our Presidential nominee. This is why Mitt Romney and Fred Thompson and other such conservatives are sitting this one out. The Republican party has weakened due to its strength. In 2004, Republicans had the world on a string...we could have done so much good the last four years, but we spent too much time working with the left that we drifted left.

If I were running for office, I would set forth a solid, focused, unmistakable agenda for my campiagn. I would make sure the world and the voting public knew what I stood for and what I planned to do in office. From the Presidential nominee all the way down to Atlanta City Dog Catcher, Republican candidates are in a murky mess as to what their campaigns are standing for.

For me, and anyone who is truly conservative, the agenda is the following. I would work toward these 5 goals:

1) We must become independent of other nations for our energy resources. We have our own abundant resources and it is time to invest time, money, and tax breaks to American companies to tap into those resources with the least amount of environmental impact.

2) We must continue to be on the offensive to continue to live in a safe and secure nation. We must WIN the war on terror.

3) We must secure our borders and make sure that people coming into this country are legal and have a right to be here. In that, we must work to clean out the current illegals in our nation.

4) We must make permanent the Bush Tax cuts and work toward the fair tax.

5) We must not allow judges to legislate from the bench on any court. Judges are appointed to interpret the laws of the land as they currently are, and not to create new meanings for laws for political reasons. We must appoint judges who will uphold the law, not create it.

Those are my five major platforms. Those platforms need to be the agenda for the Republican party if we have any hope in November. Not only do we need this hope for the Oval Office, but also for every elected office up for grabs this year.

Yet, Republicans are too quiet, too muttled, and too off-base to have a set of ideals. Time is winding down. Republicans are called the RIGHT wing for a is time we live up to it.

Saturday, May 24, 2008

If I Were Running for President, Part 4 of 5

So, now, on to the biggest, world-wide hoax in the history of mankind.


For billions of years, there has been fluctuations in the Earth's worldwide climate. There have been hot periods. There have been cold periods. There have been times when the climate of an entire continent has changed. Yet, in just the last 100 years since automobiles and industry has entered world dominance, somehow we humans have done more damage to the Earth than 6 billion years of eruptions and wildfires.

There is no evidence of a Global Warming. Temperatures now are lower than they were in 1998. Scientists in Australia have predicted a global COOLING for the next 15-20 years. The ice caps are NOT melting. Ocean levels are NOT rising. Hurricane Katrina was not the tip of the hurricane iceberg. 2007 did set a record for hurricane activity...or should I say, 2007 set a record for hurrican/tropical storm INactivity.

Yet, Hillary Clinton, Barack Hussein Obama, and the Sherriff John McCain are all touting anti-global warming agendas. There is MORE science to DISprove global warming than there is to prove its possibility.

I am all for conserving resources, slowing the waste, recycling, slowing the amount of pollution in the air, water and soil. However, this propagandized phenomenon of global warming is a JOKE.
We have seen a decline in the amount of hurricane activity. The recent barrage of tornado activity is due to a huge COLD air mass over North America...yes, a COLD air mass.

Let us not forget that Arizona and New Mexico have not always been deserts. The Grand Canyon was caused during an Ice Age. Greenland used to be green and flourishing with plant life. Iceland used to be covered in ice. There are preserved bodies in the ice of Antartica and the North Pole, meaning life was at the poles at some time.

The Earth works in cycles. Over billions of years, climates rotate from land mass to land mass. Its happened since long before humans crawled out of the primordial swamp. It will happen long after we give up our control of the planet. Climate change is cyclical. We have very little control.
I am not saying we are not, and have not, damaging the Earth in some ways. However, weather and the animal eco-system are all designed to gradually wash away and eliminate much of that damage.

Besides, how do you damage and destroy the planet with a substance it already has and needs? Carbon Dioxide is a naturally occurring substance. How is it so deadly to the planet?

As a Presidential candidate, I would vow to encourage the development of better technologies to reduce the impact of industry and energy consumption. However, I would not allow the crippling of the world's economy by forcing and taxing companies and consumers who use energy.

I would fight to inform the world the TRUTH of the hoax of Global Warming. I would make sure that people had the option of resorting to more ecologically beneficial energy consumption, and not force it upon them. I would not try to create government revenue off of industrial energy usage. Why? Corporations do not pay taxes. Instead, they increase the cost of their goods because their taxes are part of their cost of operation, part of the cost of the goods they produce.

So, essentially, a tax on a corporation is a tax on the consumer.

As President, I would work to create energy alternatives. I would work to create more economically sound options to create less pollution. I think we should be good stewards of the planet and leave it in good shape for future generations. However, we have to keep our economies strong in order to survive. Forcing companies to follow guidelines and to pay extra taxes for using energy will cripple, if not kill, the world economy.

Senator McCain's "Cap and Trade" proposal recently is ludacris. He will kill the economy. I hope he picks an economically intelligent Vice President and cabinet to keep him in check.

Friday, May 23, 2008

If I Were Running for President, Part 3 of 5

In my efforts to fix the vicious cycle of problems with the skyrocketing costs of energy and also the costs of basic needs, one problem can be solved with nothing more than the official swipe of the President's pen.

There is a problem that most everyone on the Democratic side of the aisle will never talk about. This problem is single-handedly causing the costs of energy, food, and clothing to rise. This problem is nothing more than a liberal program that cuts huge tax-funded checks to already successful corporate farms.

I am talking about these ridiculous Ethanol subsidies.

Huge corporate farms are getting major checks from the government to produce Ethanol, a corn-based product, to steer our country towards some semblence of energy independence.

Instead, the good-on-paper idea has backfired in immense proportions. More corn is going to fuel each season, meaning less is going to the food supply. This creates a surplus of demand, which, as anyone who knows anything about economics, causes prices to climb. The more people who need your product, the more they have to compete for your product. How do buyers compete for products? Pay more!

So, the food supply is hit because corn is now being used as gasoline. This means that the cost of corn is going up. Not only do humans eat corn, but chickens, cows, and pigs consume corn. This raises the cost of raising those animals, which is then passed on to consumers who eat poultry, beef, dairy, and pork products.

Then, since the cost of corn is going up, that cost is forcing the cost of Ethanol up. Since most gasoline sold today has ethanol in it, this means the cost of gas is also rising.

It's a vicious cycle that can be deleted and ease the financial suffering on most American, as well as international, families.

These government grant programs like Ethanol subsidies sound outstanding in a 5 second soundbite on TV. However, seeing how negatively it is impacting our economy, it is time to repeal these subsidies.

Thursday, May 22, 2008

If I Were Running for President, Part 2 of 5

In this second installment of what I would run on in the 2008 election, let me address the War on Terror.

Many people, even the staunchest supporters of the effort, are starting to emotionally and intellectually fatigue on the war. It is a sad, but true, statement on the attention span of our nation.

In the early to mid 1900's, we fought in two World Wars, two wars-to-end-all-wars. There were days, even moments, where more lives were lost in these wars than the current total casualties in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts combined. I have blogged previously about how there are many similarities in the enemy we are fighting now and the enemies of the two World Wars. Yet, the support and patriotism from the homefront is waining, and its not because of the lack of success of the effort.

The reason we are mentally fatigued on this two-pronged war is the news coverage. I am not talking liberal bias, although that is a factor, but I am referring to the fact that we are in a constant barrage of war coverage. We are a society that lacks true commitment, dedication, and sticktoitiveness. We have a national ADD. We need 500 channels to flip through and can't sit through 2 minutes of commercials. We get tired of a show after a few seasons and stop watching it.

The thing is, we were attacked in 1993 on the World Trade Center, in the mid-1990's on two American Embassies in Africa, and in 2000 on the USS Cole. We were then suckerpunched on 9/11/01. We have been at war for 15 years with Al Queada and Usama Bin Laden...we just didn't start fighting back until 2001.

We gave Al Queada an 8+ year running start to build their network of violence and tyrrany. We are catching up and making progress, but we have to stay on the offensive. We have to stay in Iraq to continue to draw the efforts of Iran, Syria, and Al Queada there as opposed to here. We have to stay in Afghanistan to keep Usama Bin Laden on the run. No longer can we worry about the length of the job, we must worry about getting the job done.

As a candidate, I would plesge my undying support to the men and women of the United States' armed forces, as well as the men and women who make up our allied forces. I would see to it they had the tools necessary to fight the good fight. I would make sure the leaders of the armed forces took the utmost care in preventing civilian casualties. I would also make sure that the successes of our military would be trumpeted as loudly as the casualties.

It sickens me to watch how there is a countdown on some media outlets everytime the death toll reaches some milestone. It made my soul cringe watching Matt Lauer and Katie Couric and Keith Olberman and Chris Matthews gleefully count the death toll to the 1,000 milestone several years ago. There is an umistakeable, twisted joy with anti-war TV personalities whenever the casualties reach the next 1000 or 500 mark.

Yet, they will not tell the good news. You have to talk to the troops coming home or via email to get the good news. That is sad.

As President, I would constantly trumpet the successes of our troops. I would not fail them and would not allow Congress to play with their funding as they did in 2007. I would not allow a deadline to be instituted. I would not allow a US departure from either front until the job was done.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

If I Were Running for President, Part 1 of 5

If I were 36 years of age, or older, and able to run in the 2008 Presidential Election, the following paragraphs would be my platform. I believe in America and believe our best days are ahead of us...depending on the outcome of the next Presidential Election and then Mid-Term Elections, our worst days could also be ahead of us.

There are many issues facing this nation today. The first and foremost for every American today would have to be the price of gas. A close second, of course, is the two-pronged war on terror. Then, the major issues behind those would be the economy (which is directly related to gas prices), immigration, education, and jobs, also related to gas prices and the economy.

Over the next few blogs, I am going to explore and explain what would be my platform for running for President. While most of this may not be new to those that frequent my blogs, I do hope to convince a few voters to see the light and cast the correct votes this November, as well as in 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016, and so on and so forth.

Today, let's talk about gas prices. No, gas is not approaching $4 per gallon because Bush is in the back pocket of the oil companies. The oil companies could possibly do more to lower the cost of gas, but we can't expect Exxon and Cheveron to voluntarily give up their profits when we don't expect Snickers to voluntarily drop the price of candy bars. What we need to look for is answers as to what is really driving costs up.

The cost of oil is going up for the simple fact that there are billions more people using it today than they were 25 years ago. The shift from the stone age to the modern age over the last 20 years in China has drastically increased the need and demand for oil and gasoline. More demand, more cost. Simple economic fundamentals. If no one wants what you are selling, you can't give it away. But if your product is demanded and essential to survival of billions of people, prices skyrocket.

Countries like our good friend Saudi Arabia and Iran and Venezuela are holding the world economy hostage through OPEC, who controls most of the world's oil. They refuse to up oil production and sit back and watch the money roll in to their already overflowing pockets.

Our problem in America is our dependence on foreign oil. Our problem is that we have our own oil but refuse to use it. The United States is one of thousands of hands out in the oil market, like the masses crowding at the door of a soup kitchen during the Great Depression. We are like a farmer who won't sow his own oats and wheat, instead waiting in line for a crust from someone else, and paying steeply for it.

We have enough oil in Alaska to last a minimum...A MINIMUM!...of 30 years. Alaska can fuel our country's entire need for fossil fuel for over a generation! Yet, the environmental wack-os freak out and buy the best liberals available everytime we talk about drilling. ANWR (pronounced in the news an-whar), the Alaskan National Wildlife Reserve, is a place of pristine beauty where rare and endangered wild life roam freely. ANWR is roughly the size of the state of South Carolina. The area that would need to be impacted would be roughly equivalent to the size of a large international airport. A large area, but hardly enough to show up on an atlas.

Plus, in the 30 years since drilling in ANWR was first killed by liberals, drilling and conservation technologies have progressed by lightyears. We have the technology to drill with minimal impact on the environment. Today's technology would provide more efficient and successful oil extraction while the spotted butt caribou can live on without a care in the world.

We need to drill our own oil in Alaska and other places. We have territory off of our Pacific and Atlantic coasts that would also provide oil for our country. Yet again, we are being held up by liberals who fight for environmentalist wackos and their slanted agendas.

Our nation has not built one new oil refinery in over 30 years. Why? You guessed it...liberals.
We have new, improved, environmentally safe technology to drill oil with virtually no impact on the areas inwhich we would drill. We have abundant oil to get us through an entire generation.

The second we pass legislation to start to drill and produce our own oil, I guarentee you that we will see OPEC change their tune and start lowering oil prices. They need the US as a customer too much to force us to pull out of OPEC completely once our own oil is on line.

Next, we need to invest in more nuclear power plants. We have the technology to make it the safest, most abundant and renewable source of energy. It would replace coal and oil power, thus alleviating the demand for those fossil fuels. Nuclear power would also help fuel cars that run on electricity, thus eliminating even more Carbon waste.

We have our own power sources...just need to get the people in power to allow us to tap into those resources. Once we lower our energy costs, inflation and the cost of every other product we use and need will likewise go down.

In my next blog, we will further explore what is slowing down our economy, both including skyrocketing fuel costs and other factors.

$135 a barrell and up....SAVE US OPEC!!!

Dear OPEC, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela, and other oil producing companies/nations:

Please save America. We need more oil at cheaper prices from you. Only you can save our nation. Only you can save the American, and thusly, the world's, economy.

We do have the technology, man power, and care to drill, refine (after building green refineries), and produce our own stockpiles of crude oil. We are fully capable of competing with you on the oil market. We have that capability. Yet, we are a true superpower and nearly half of our leaders feel guilty about that success.

So, we need your help to remain on top. We need you to produce more oil and lower your current asking prices. We know you have improved your production over and over again over the last 8 years. We know you have helped us in the past. It hasn't been the extensive, economy-saving help we have asked for or needed, but we do thank you for everything you do.

We will send our lame-duck President to grovel at your feet. He will marvel at the 24K gold, diamond-encrusted, platinum-coated-engined Mercedes-Benz. He will praise the beauty and success of your country, ignoring the starving masses five kilometers from your palace. He will comment, "What opium-producing farms are they talking about here?"

We listen to environmentalist wack-os who tell us oil is evil...and watch them drive away in their gas-guzzling Suburbans, Escalades, and Tahoes. We will let the Democratic party lay roadblocks to our independence from your oil because yours is so much cleaner and more environmentally safe than we could ever drill and produce.

Our national security and our economy will play second fiddle to the unproven and unrealistic Global Warming phenomenon. We will rely on semi-friendly psuedo-allies for our energy needs instead of harvesting our own resources.

We need your help. If you so choose. If not, we will just continue to pay whatever you ask, because we need you.

We just are content to let our own oil sit 200 feet beneath our land. We are content to hope that you will have mercy on us out of the goodness of your hearts.


The Citizens of America

Sunday, May 18, 2008

Something is SERIOUSLY Wrong Here...

Ok, in all seriousness we need to talk about something.

A 30 year old male teacher has sex with a 16 year old girl. He is fried. Buried. Dead. Haunted for the rest of his life.

A 30 year old female teacher has sex with a 16 year old boy, she gets away with a slap on the wrist and the boy is the new hero in town.

What is wrong with this picture?

Both teachers should be raked over the coals for corrupting these kids. Instead, its a joke in our country where all men say, "Where were these female teachers when I was in school?"

Take a father of a 16 year old boy and a 15 year old girl...the father would not be riled to anger or disgust if his son has sex with a female teacher. There might even be a beer or other sign of pride shared between them. That same father would load up a shotgut and have to be hit with a stun gun at the door of the school if a teacher touched his daughter. This is such a moral contradiction.

In both cases, adults in powerful positions can use their positions to persuade children, not capable of making the right call in this position, into consenting to sex. Whether there was aggressive action coming from the CHILD, the ADULT needs to say NO. It doesn't matter who was the aggressor and who was the male or female. It is RAPE. If an adult takes advantage of a child, it is RAPE. They are RAPED of innocence...RAPED of proper judgement...RAPED of the ability to properly respect the opposite sex and respect the power and importance of sex.

I just don't get the double standard. When a man rapes a girl, he is put through the fire and rightfully so. Yet, its almost acceptable for a woman to rape a boy.

This is just another in a series of problems that are really getting me worried about the plight of our country and our world.

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Gay Marriage...Marriage...

I originally posted this blog on my MySpace page on 8-8-07. With the recent controversy of the California courts overturning the Gay Marriage ban, I felt this blog, with my revisions, needed to be dusted off. I hope you will enjoy...and think...

In our country today, love and marriage have little to no meaning or respect. Constantly people are getting married in a hurry, divorced in a hurry, and the word love is thrown around like a tennis ball to a dog.

Take my ex-wife,, really. How much can marriage mean in our country if a woman can meet the love of her life two years in a row, and get married in late August two years in a row?

Marriage means so much that the judge who finalized the divorce was jovial and joking and trying to be buddy-buddy with us. I mean, this was the end of what was supposed to be a life-long bond. Yet, it was ended as if it was no more important than two people deciding on the last donut.

Look at how many people get married because it's owed to someone, or because its the right thing to do, or whatever. Or, once they are married, find that it takes hard work and real dedication, so they instead decide its to take the easy way and quit and file for divorce. Its so hard to find people today who really take love and marriage seriously.

The reason I am writing this blog is not the fact that the phony and her puppet are getting hitched 51 weeks after I was hitched to her. Instead, I recently went to the theaters and saw "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry," and it got me thinking.

What in the heck are we trying to save by fighting gay marriage? If we, as a society, do not take care of the bonds of marriage and the meaning of love, why the hell do we deny people who have a different opinion and way of life the same opportunity?

What is the difference in gay marriage and straight marriage? The difference is that the gays might actually take marriage seriously.

So, that being said, let me add this. I am Christian. I do not believe that homosexuality is a proper choice in life. I do not agree with the lifestyle, but I have nothing against the people who participate. SO, please don't think of this blog as a pro-gay marriage statement.

More so, this is an indictment of our society, the people in it, and the hypocracy of so many people. The question I am raising is simple:

If marriage is such a sacred institution, when are we going to start acting like it?

About Me...And This Blog Site...

My name is David A. Ebert, the oldest of two siblings produced by my parents, Leah and David G. Ebert. We are all Republicans, but I take it a toke or two...well, closer to 10 tokes...further than my parents,

I am very much a Right Wing Conservative. I am a Reagan Conservative. I believe Americans, in general, are smarter than elected officials in Washington, DC. We should be more in charge than the Government.

We, as individuals and families, should have more responsibility over our own, hard-earned money and not send more and more and more taxes to the out-of-touch politicians. I believe the government is there to serve us, and not us to serve them.

I believe in America's greatness and that, overall, we are the most generous, forgiving, intelligent, and genuinely decent country in the world. I also believe that we are the most powerful nation in the history of the world, but do not use that power to hold over the collective heads of other nations.

I believe that low taxes, intelligent spending of those tax revenues, strong initiatives on defense and education, and small government influence on the day-to-day lives of Americans are some of the most important ideals related to how the US should be operated.I believe in the freedoms granted by the US Constitution. I believe that judges should uphold and interpret the laws as written in the US Constitution, and not refer to any foreign legislation to make their historic decisions.

I believe the First Amendment, as well as the entire Bill of Rights, are the most important laws this world has ever seen.

I believe abortion is WRONG. I believe that homosexuality is WRONG. I believe that allowing anyone to publicly debate the possibility of lowering the age of consent, especially for young boys to consent to older men, is a tragedy of morality. I believe that organizations like NAMBLA should be publicly shunned and not given a platform to spew their harmful and dangerous rhetoric.

I believe there is a sad lacking in the ability of our nation to appreciate and accept self responsibility. We, as a nation, blame daddy, racism, sexism, classism, mommy, the mean teacher, the mean little league coach, the loud mouthed uncle, the financial status of the neighborhood in which we grew up in, and a million and one other reasons why we do not succeed. How often do we, as a nation, take the blame for our own mistakes? How often do you hear someone accept responsibility for their own mistakes? How often?

I am conservative. I am worried about the future of the country and the planet, especially if O-BOMB-A or Billary Clinton make it to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. I will start posting my fears, my hopes, my ideas as they all relate to news and politics. I hope to open some eyes and change some opinions with my writings. Most of all, I hope you will read my words and be inspired to find the truth...and not rely on Chris Matthews or Keith Olberman or Katie Couric or Matt Lauer for your opinions. I hope you will break the mold and do something something that O-BOMB-A and Billary are afraid of you doing...


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