Archive for May, 2003

For all you concerned Californians who want to recall Gray Davis, the man who single-handedly destroyed the California economy, and limited your freedoms even further, it’s time to sign the petition to recall this berry-tofu drinking snake. BTW, his real name is Joe “Gray” Davis. Sign the petition today to recall Joe at and at



Posted: 05/23/2003 in Economics, Politics

David Rosenbaum wrote a piece in this morning’s NY Times – crying about how Bush’s latest tax cut of the $318 billion tax bill shows a plan that could lose $800 billion in tax revenues over 10 years. Hey David, the money belongs to us, the taxpayer, NOT the government. Which part of that don’t you understand?? I am so mystified by the lack of logic and reasoning that comes from left-wing liberals and liberal journalists. Or is just that they skipped civics classes and american history – especially the part about our liberty and how the money collected and spent by Washington is OUR money. It’s not that the govt. will lose $800 billion (even if that is a real number?!?), it’s that Taxpayers will get $800 billion back in their pockets!!! This is a huge victory for taxpayers!

Why do liberals love govt so much? Why do they continually want to tax, spend and regulate our lives away? Ahh….subjects for future rants.

Sarandon, Robbins, Sean Penn and Martin Sheen abuse!

I am so tired of the argument used by celebs like Susan Sarandon, Tim Robbins, Martin Sheen, Sean Penn et al. Granted we all have the right to free speech, but why is it that celebs have to exercise their right to free speech in front of a mike? You and I, average Joe citizen don’t have that luxury. Why can’t they just voice their opinions in the privacy of their own homes? The Dixie Chix’ publicly voicing opinions about the war is about as ridiculous as Dick Gephardt or John McCain publicly doing movie or music reviews! Think about it!

What they are doing is an abuse of their celebrity to further their agenda, which I really think is more about getting their name and face in the media–perhaps due to their failing careers, than it is a matter of their political convictions.