Meat the Press!!!

October 31, 2009

This is an upload of a cassette someone did on You Tube of a Christian Rock classic by Steve Taylor from his album “Meltdown.”  The song is called “Meat the Press”.

It’s about how the MSM is  anti-Christian Right.

Keep in mind this came out 20 years ago.

It’s more true now than it was back then!


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All it Takes is one Idiot!

October 31, 2009

All it takes, is one idiot. So be on the lookout tonight. Especially if you have to drive on an interstate. Watch out for stupid kids at the overpasses.

Halloween night has a habit of bringing out The “Beavis and Butthead” in every preteen brat in rural America.

“Huh huh a-huh!”

“heh heh heh giggle!”

“That was cool!”

Thankfully the troopers and neighborhood watch will be out force tonight along the New York State Thruway.  -from Capital News Nine Albany.

“Volunteers posted at overpasses will report any suspicious activity to state police or local law enforcement. Officials say 16 volunteer organizations from 20 counties will take part.”

Nevertheless be careful tonight.

Because all it takes is one idiot.

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October 30, 2009

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Once again our president is bringing Soviet and Red Chinese style politics into the USA.  So you better start using your freedom of speech while you still can!

All Obama had to do was get a group of so-called Christian Churches to endorse his policies.  Pretty soon we’ll have our own version of the Three-Self Patriotic Movement (TSPM) church right here in America.

The TSPM is an arm of the Communist Party that Beijing can parade before the world to say there’s religious freedom in Red China.  In reality the TSPM is often used to to support persecution of real Christians.

The beginnings of that are now here in this country.  Soon the baby raptors that just hatched will start to turn deadly.

“The “interfaith coalition for media justice” is led by the United Church of Christ. Yes, that’s the same church of Obama’s race-baiting, Jew-bashing ex-pastor Jeremiah Wright. Other members include the Presbyterian News Service, the Evangelical Lutheran Church and the National Council of Churches. These religious liberals have partnered with the National Hispanic Media Coalition, which filed a petition in January demanding that the FCC collect data, seek public comment and “explore options” for combating “hate speech” from staunch critics of illegal immigration.”

-Hat tip “Sword at the Ready” and Town Hall.Com

It’s interesting that most of the churches who back Obama have a very liberal view of scripture.  They cherry pick what they want out of the bible and write the rest off as being added later by backward homophobic and misogynistic men.

Looks like we’d better say what we want to say now before the National Council of Churches closes down all the bible believing churches.

So here I go,

1)  The only intimate relationship God allows is between one man and one woman who’ve already promised to stay married for life.


2)  It’s bad enough that greedy corporations enslave undocumented workers and get away with what they do.  But what about when bomb toting jihadists cross into the US posing as Hispanic workers?

What then Mr. President?

You can apologize all you want to the Muslim world but they’ll be coming for you next.

-OK!  I’m ready!

Bring on the handcuffs!

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FLAMES! From My Eyeballs!!!

October 29, 2009

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This is just too much!

When they had to close The Lake Champlain Bridge, >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

It seems everyone was thinking the same question.

Why weren’t stimulus funds used for this project?”

Here’s the official answer from the NYDOT website,

“The bi-state bridge project to rehab/replace is a major core highway project that does not fit the federal criteria for economic recovery funds. Emergency funds to repair and re-open the existing bridge will be made available by the state.”


What’s more impacting on the economy than forcing people to make almost a 90 mile detour?





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A Bridge to Somewhere

October 28, 2009

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From Capital News Nine in Albany

New York Governor Paterson has declared a state of emergency in the hopes of speeding up repairs and getting more money to the people in the North Country who are affected by the closure of the Champlain Bridge.  Many people say the closure has forced them to add hours to their commutes as there isn’t a bridge for miles that links the two states. But the DOT said it’s better to be safe than sorry.

This bridge that connects Crown Point New York and and Chimney Point, Vermont, is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg.  Experts say there are over one hundred bridges across New York State in serious need of repair.  Also from CN9 in Albany

Here’s a thought.  There’s all this unused stimulus out there that’s supposedly just sitting around somewhere.  Now they have a chance to put some money toward something needful.

Chances are other states may be in the same shape.  Forget about those proverbial bridges to nowhere.  It’s time to fix all the bridges that really do go somewhere.

(Unless of course they want to use lottery money for it instead) 😉

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Another Lie From Hell

October 27, 2009

Here’s another political cartoon idea that’s based on one of the Star Wars movies.  It’s a scene from episode IV where Darth Vader has the star ship captain by the throat while he’s questioning him.  The captain denies having spies on board and that he’s on a diplomatic mission.  This is when Vader utters one of his more famous lines as he breaks the captain’s neck with only one hand.

“If this is a councilor ship, where is the ambassador?”

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Now picture the average taxpayer in your state as Darth Vader.  He’s holding by the neck the biggest proponent of casino gambling in the state.  And the question Vader is asking while breaking the lawmaker’s neck is . . .

“If gambling money goes for education, why are my school taxes so high?”




Legalized gambling has become the panacea and cure all for many a state’s financial woes.  At least that’s how they sell it to the public.  In the end it’s just another way for the greedy tax and spend politician to suck money out of the unsuspecting public, only in a much more malevolent fashion.  That’s because gambling preys on two vulnerable segments in our society, the elderly and the poor.

Lotto terminals can turn every corner market in every neighborhood into a gaming parlor.  Once lotto started in my state of New York the games starting multiplying right and left.  The greedy lawmakers saw the potential windfall and they were like a crazed alcoholic on a weekend binge.

First there was “Lotto,” played once a week.  That quickly became twice a week.

Then they added a muti state lottery caled “Mega Millions.”  That’s also twice a week.

If that’s not enough for you,  every day there’s also a mini lotto game.  It’s called “TAKE FIVE.”

Add to that the daily number and PICK FOUR.  Those are now played twice a day!

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Our drunks are really on a bender now, and they’re just getting warmed up!  Somebody got into the good Scotch now!  (HICCUP!)

Not to be left out are the restaurants and bars.  We can’t leave them out, can we?  Of course not!  For them there’s KINO.  A new drawing for that comes every fifteen minutes.

But wait!  There’s more!

Now there’s talk of making KINO available at corner markets as well.

Have I mentioned instant scratch off games yet?  They were designed for stores that didn’t want to go through the trouble of setting up the electronic equipment for LOTTO.  We can’t leave them out, can we?  Of course now every store that wants to compete needs both the lottery games as well as the instant scratch off ones.

With all this gaming going on at the local Stewart’s (Our version of 7-11 and Circle K) and Cumberland Farms who needs needs casinos right?

Greedy drunk on money politicians that’s who!  First they were  just at  the Indian reservations.  Never mind all the back room dealing that went on so The Oneida Nation could open “Turning Stone.”

But once that took off the Seneca and the Mohawk tribes followed suit.  (Pun intended!)  And now there are several Indian run casinos throughout the state.

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Which brings us to the race tracks!  AKA the “Racino’s”

More gambling, brings more poverty, more addictions AND STILL SCHOOL TAXES GO UP!!!

Not only that but school services continue to decline.  What used to be taken for granted, all of a sudden they a fund raiser for.  Things like school buses for a field trip.

“Say what?!”

Well now there are people in neighboring Massachusetts trying very hard to keep casinos out of their state.

From Capital News Nine

And from United to Stop Slots.

This site exposes all the lies people use to try and get casinos into their state.  The biggest lies are how all the benefits casinos bring  outweigh any potential problems.

How do you outweigh a statistic like the one claiming 72 children over a 14 month period were abandoned at one casino in the Midwest.

Never mind how violent crime always dramatically rises soon after a casino opens.

So here’s hoping and praying the people of Massachusetts succeed where many others have failed

And don’t forget to say hi to anti-casino crusader  Gladys Kravitz over at her site as well.

Meanwhile,  where’s my Darth Vader costume?

“Luke, I am your father,”



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October 26, 2009

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UH-OH!  New York State could really use some stimulus money for some needful projects.  That is if there’s any money left over from all the pork barrel projects they’ve spent money on.

Now we have a real need.


From Capital News Nine in Albany.

Some people have a phobia about crossing long bridges.

Looks like they’re going to need more than therapy for these!


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