Archive for March, 2008

Hi everyone,

Just wanted to update the skeptics, the fence sitters, the Independents, wondering on who to vote for in the upcoming election.  The choice is CLEAR:  if you want less money in your take home pay, vote Democrat.  If want more money in your take home pay, vote for John McCain. 

If the Bush tax cuts are repealed, and the fascist, thieving leftists steal your hard-earned money, it’ll be your own fault. Just look at taxes under Clinton and taxes under Bush.   Singles making under $30k would be devastated the most.  See for yourself:

TAXES UNDER CLINTON – 1999
Single making 30K – tax $8,400
Single making 50K – tax $14,000
Single making 75K – tax $23,250
Married making 60K – tax $16,800
Married making 75K – tax $21,000
Married making 125K – tax $38,750

TAXES UNDER BUSH 2008
Single making 30K – tax $4,500
Single making 50K – tax tax $12,500
Single making 75K – tax $18,750
Married making 60K – tax $9,000
Married making 75K – tax $18,750
Married making 125K – tax $31,250

Source:  The Tax Foundation

Vote for McCain in 2008 to make the Bush Tax Cuts permanent. It’s our money, NOT the LEFT’s money.

“Give me Liberty or give me death!” — Patrick Henry

Democrats Will Screw You

Posted: 03/17/2008 in Economics

Folks – if the Bush tax cuts are repealed, and the fascist, thieving leftists steal your hard-earned money, it’ll be your own fault. Just look at taxes under Clinton and taxes under Bush.

TAXES UNDER CLINTON – 1999
Single making 30K – tax $8,400
Single making 50K – tax $14,000
Single making 75K – tax $23,250
Married making 60K – tax $16,800
Married making 75K – tax $21,000
Married making 125K – tax $38,750

TAXES UNDER BUSH 2008
Single making 30K – tax $4,500
Single making 50K – tax tax $12,500
Single making 75K – tax $18,750
Married making 60K – tax $9,000
Married making 75K – tax $18,750
Married making 125K – tax $31,250

Source: The Tax Foundation

Vote for McCain in 2008 to make the Bush Tax Cuts permanent. It’s our money, NOT the LEFT’s money.

“Give me Liberty or give me death!” — Patrick Henry

I was surprised to see how easily Hillary won both Ohio and Texas primaries, despite the messianic roars from the Obama camp.  Women don’t trust Obama the way they do Hillary.  They loved Bill Clinton and they will continue to support Hillary, regardless of Obama’s surge. 

I don’t like Obama personally.  It’s just that when I hear his voice and see his face, it gives me the creeps.   Something about his face and booming voice that reminds me of a bad movie where you can hear a bureaucrat’s voice shouting over the PA system – “thou shalt do as I say – for your own good.”  I do not see this guy leading our country anywhere except down the road to destruction via bigger government, higher taxes and more regulations stifling job creation and business expansion, not to mention destroying personal responsiblity by creating an even larger nanny state.  His proposed bill to stop employers from exporting jobs is just one example of his isolationist mindset.  He does not believe in prosperity through free markets and free trade.  NAFTA has created over 18 million jobs and trade with Canda and Mexico have increased by over 30%.  That makes NAFTA a HUGE success!

Sorry, but McCain’s message is the only reasonable one being made by any of the candidates.  McCain recently told his supporters: 

“As president, I intend to reduce the size of the federal government, reduce your tax burden and win the war against Islamic extremists. My Democratic opponents will increase the size of the federal government, raise your taxes and withdraw our troops from the front lines based on an arbitrary timeline.”

 Smaller government, lower taxes – ahhh!  It’s music to my ears!  More money in my pocket to do with as I choose, not how the federal government, some elected politician or bureaucrat tells me how that money should be spent.

If you haven’t heard by now, a female caller to this morning Rush Limbaugh program said that her 12 year old daughter told her she thought Barack Obama looked like the comic strip character, “Curious George.”    This is just a hint of the undercurrent of the issue of race in this election. 

 While I don’t fault the 12-yr. old, I find it sad that some Americans still have a fear of electing ethnic minorities to high office — afraid they’ll do what?  Many minority public servants exemplify the very best America has to offer (Colin Powell, Condoleeza Rice) , regardless of color, race, or creed.  The reality, however, is that there are those who seek to harm Obama or any other black candidate that may run for the presidential office.

 Personally, I will not be voting for Obama, purely on his lack of experience, his desire to replace personal responsibility with even more government programs, bigger government and higher taxes and an overly aggressive and angry woman he has for a wife.

The far left is crying out and coming out in droves for their newly appointed messiah – Barack Hussein Obama. For this “reason” alone, I cannot support him. When religious fervor replaces reasoned arguments and policy debates and accomplishments, Obama has none. He’s a zero in my book of qualified candidates.

Obama is a half-white, half-black man who never talks about his white mother. I find this to be hypocritical in and of itself. Obama can’t even be honest about his own origins.

This scary messianic roar that is now surrounding Obama is going to end in disaster, which history has shown to be true of all messiahs – they get assasinated. The more religious fervor, fainting etc. goes on during his campaign,  and websites showing photos with a glow behind his head — leaves little doubt in my mind that some lone gunman, or maybe not so lone, will try to assassinate him. Even the New York Times is talking about it.

So, assuming he wins the democratic nomination, what might be more important to look at is who will be his vice-presidential running mate?  Perhaps Hillary Clinton will offer to be his running-mate?  Hmmmm.

Blinded by Obama

Posted: 03/03/2008 in Politics

The far left is crying out and coming out in droves for their newly appointed messiah – Barack Hussein Obama. For this “reason” alone, I cannot support him. When religious fervor replaces reasoned arguments and policy debtates and accomplishments, Obama has none. He’s a zero in my book of qualified candidates.

Obama is a half-white, half-black man who never talks about his white mother. I find this to be hypocritical in and of itself. Obama can’t even be honest about his own origins.

This scary messianic roar that is now surrounding Obama is going to end in disaster, as history has shown, is true of all messiahs – they get assasinated. The more religious fervor, fainting etc. goes on during his campaign, I have no doubt that some lone gunman, or maybe not so lone, will try to take him out. Even the New York Times is talking about it.

So, what might be important to look at is who will be his vice-presidential running mate? Perhaps Hillary Clinton will offer to be his running-mate? Hmmmm.