Friday, May 21, 2010
Sick to my Stomach
State Department officials confess American sins to China, as if a legal state law that mirrors federal law is somehow comparable to Chinese torture and gross mistreatment of its own citizens.
The President of Mexico speaks before Congress lecturing them about how the dreadful Arizona immigration law, which mirrors federal law, is an abomination and must be changed. The Democrats attending his speech give him a standing ovation. Our president echoes those sentiments.
The president of Iran thumbs his nose at our country and our president nearly every day, holds hands with Brazil and Turkey, violates UN sanctions and continues to preach death to Zionists and the Great Satan, US, while we twiddle our thumbs and tell the world we will not retaliate against anyone with our nuclear weapons, which by the way, we are destroying with the goal of having none remaining.
The nation's debt has tripled in the past year, a massive and wasteful health insurance reform bill is greatly increasing our debt and destroying our way of life. A financial reform bill has passed without even mentioning the great three agencies that contributed the most to the mortgage meltdown, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Community Redevelopment Agency.
Thousands of gallons of oil is pouring into the Gulf of Mexico while team Obama is blaming everyone but our government. Their great contribution to solving this problem is more regulations, of course.
More government, that's what we need to solve all of our problems. Government will set us free. Government in spite of the people. Do government officials have any other ideas other than more government for any problem? It would seem not, at least with this administration.
All of this nonsense makes me sick to my stomach. There is so much arrogance in this administration, so much of an attitude that they know better, that makes my stomach churn. So little attention paid to common sense and so much attention given to politically correct statements that there is no there, there anymore.
The emperor has no clothes and neither do any of his minions. I love that word, minion, a servile follower or subordinate of a person in power. Lots of minions in this administration all of them equally clueless as our Dear Leader. Pardon me for borrowing this term of endearment from the North Koreans, but it fits our man so well.
America is in serious T-R-O-U-B-L-E. We are on the brink of losing the freedom and character that has kept us a free nation for so long. Too many people actually want the government to take care of them from cradle to grave. There Oughta Be a Law, was once a regular newspaper comic strip, now it's the hue and cry from every politician and under-achiever in the nation. God help us all if we think that government can help us at all.
It just makes me sick to my stomach constantly.