Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Next Step


America is in a bit of a bind.  People do like to throw stones and accuse others of how and why we got here.  It is important to know the mechanisms that led us to a crushing debt, unhappy populace, … Continue reading

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Spank’s 2011 Predictions


Hello adrenaline junkies!!!!  If you are not into adrenaline, you better learn to love it cause 2011 promises to be chocked full of it.  My anxiety meter for 2011 is redlining at “Iceberg! Iceberg!”.  Don’t worry friends, because history favors the prepared.  … Continue reading

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Repeal of Obama Healthcare a violation of UN Human Rights?


http://lib.ohchr.org/HRBodies/UPR/Documents/session9/US/A_HRC_WG.6_9_USA_1_United%20States-eng.pdf Today in Geneva the United Nations Human Rights Council convened.  The United States for the first time ever presented it’s Universal Periodic Review (UPR)  On page 16-17 the Obama administration has proudly bragged about the Affordable Care Act.  By … Continue reading

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What’s next for the extreme left?


The extreme left is going to be faced with some tough choices in the next few weeks.  Obama is now saying he hopes to work with the republicans.  The extreme left was already PO’d that Obama had not done enough.  … Continue reading

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Open Letter to the Republican Party


Dear Republican Party, Congratulations on your victory last night.  The American public has spoken, and I want to make sure that you have heard our clear message.  We want our Liberties and Freedoms INTACT!  We have empowered you one last time.  … Continue reading

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Thank you Barbie


As the father of three beautiful children, a constant aggravation has been the political and social messages embedded in cartoons and movies.  (Especially the movies)  Yesterday I sat down to watch Toy Story 3 with the kids.  I was mentally prepared to … Continue reading

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