Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Nancy Pelosi: Qataris have told me 'Hamas is a Human Rights Organization'

Monday, July 28, 2014

Not So Much

Who saw this coming?

Pretty much everyone.......


Officials at some Denver homeless shelters say the legalization of marijuana has contributed to an increase in the number of younger people living on the city's streets.

One organization dealing with the increase is Urban Peak, which provides food, shelter and other services to homeless people aged 15 to 24 in Denver and Colorado Springs.

"Of the new kids we're seeing, the majority are saying they're here because of the weed," deputy director Kendall Rames told The Denver Post. "They're traveling through. It is very unfortunate."
   
The Salvation Army's single men's shelter in Denver has been serving more homeless this summer, and officials have noted an increase in the number of 18- to 25-year-olds there.
 
 
More.........

What the hell is going on here?

I haven't posted in some time because I'm flat out drained.

I'm drained because I don't get the BS that's going on in our country.

Consider these items

- Border agents have no problem pulling guns on boy scouts, yet give illegals rides to their destinations.

- Instead of spending government resources on real criminals, New Jersey decides to prosecute a mom for the crime of carrying a concealed weapon because New Jersey doesn't recognize Pennsylvania concealed carry permits.

- The government is twisting in the wind over the comfort of a executed criminal. Much more concern shown for him that he ever showed for his victims.

- Our truly only friend in the middle east, Israel, continues to be pushed, cajoled, encouraged, bullied into accepting stupid peace agreements that do nothing to for its long term security.

- Our veterans continue to wait for treatment while heroins addicts get emergency room treatment to save them from overdosing.

- If you ask a liberal who is waging the "war on women" more will tell you Hobby Lobby than Boko Harem.

- You have douche bags setting up make shift memorials for cop killers instead of the cop. 

The examples go on and on.

I was raised to believe that if you do three things in life you'll be successful, go to school, get a job, and don't commit crime.

It's a formula that's served the five kids in my family and ten kids in my wife's family well.

But now it just feels like we're the dupes.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Who did she vote for? #209

Meet Angelique Campbell at about the 3:00 mark on this video.

Angelique is the wife of a douche bag who killed a cop over the weekend.



So in the past election, did Angelique vote for Obama or Romney?

Thursday, July 10, 2014

The fed's regresssive tax on the poor

I just recently got my 401k/SEP statements and I'm a rockin'

With the feds easy money policy, people with money are kicking ass.

See, cheap money means company's costs of capital are lower which means more on the bottom line. Couple that with a soft economy which suppresses labor costs and my 401k statement starts kicking ass.

But the Feds easy money comes at a price.

Devalued dollars means it costs more for commodities such as gasoline, grains, meats, etc.

So while inflation is low in aggregate, the cost that middle income people have to pay for gasoline and food is killing them.

U.S. food prices are on the rise, raising a sensitive question: When the cost of a hamburger patty soars, does it count as inflation? It does to everyone who eats and especially poorer Americans, whose food costs absorb a larger portion of their income. But central bankers take a more nuanced view. They sometimes look past food-price increases that appear temporary or isolated while trying to control broad and long-term inflation trends, not blips that might soon reverse…
The consumer price of ground beef in May rose 10.4% from a year earlier while pork chop prices climbed 12.7%. The price of fresh fruit rose 7.3% and oranges 17.1%. But prices for cereals and bakery products were up just 0.1% and vegetable prices inched up only 0.5%. The U.S. Department of Agriculture predicts overall food prices will increase 2.5% to 3.5% this year after rising 1.4% in 2013, as measured by the Labor Department’s consumer-price index. In a typical supermarket, shoppers are seeing higher prices around the store’s periphery, in the produce section and at the meat counter.

More......

Immigration crisis?

Nothing brings on the farts and giggles like a good old fashion discussion of the immigration crisis.



Who did she vote for? 31,018



Meet this unnamed honey.

During the last election did she vote for Obama or Romney?



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