Tuesday, November 25, 2008

The rebuttal against Global Warming Alarmists

Besides the one that comes immediately to mind, "Eat shit and die assholes..."

The National Review Online's Planet Gore section highlights laughable statements from Google, who urge the government, led by President-elect Barry Obama and a near-filibuster-proof Congress to combat "Global Warming:"

Rather than more government, how about this?
The private marketplace is better suited than the government to pick energy winners and losers, so government should step back and let the market find the answers to meeting our energy needs in a reliable and affordable manner. Let the market bring technologies online when the economics of the technologies work without handouts and when the technology is truly (and commercially) viable. Repeal subsidies. Avoid mandates. Don’t put a price on a gas that we exhale and that must exist for human, animal, and plant life to continue. Don’t sign on to emission-reduction schemes that will handicap our economy, while doing little, if anything, to control emissions. Tap our nation’s abundant natural resources, and quit letting exploration and recovery efforts get stalled for years in the courts and in the agencies. Build the baseload units, including nuclear-energy plants, that have always met, can still meet — and must exist if we want to meet the bulk of our energy and electricity demand. Be realistic about the current state of, and future prospects for, renewable energies. Recognize that vibrant free markets and a protected environment are not mutually exclusive goals.

Sound like a winner to anyone else?
Has anyone else noticed that it's virtually impossible to reason with a liberal?

A Panacea for Economic Growth

The Democrats just don't get it, do they? According to this article, "Governments across the world are now diving into deficit spending, chosen as a means with which to "stimulate" their national economies. The US is leading the global parade. Only two weeks ago, the deficit estimates for next year were between $US 1.5 TRILLION to an average of $US 2.1 TRILLION. But in an interview last weekend, President-elect Obama said that the government should not worry about deficits over the next two years while spending money to jumpstart the ailing economy."

Yet didn't Barry Obama and his Democratic counterpoints argue that it was Bush's "Tax Cuts for the Rich" and his deficit spending that put us in our current economic predicament?

Most of you probably realize that it's okay for forked-tongued Liberals to speak out of both sides of their mouths, especially when it comes to fighting global warming, giving handouts to poor people, and paying for universal health care.

We've heard from President-Elect, Barry Obama that he's planning on raising taxes on the rich, raising the capital gains tax, lowering carbon emissions, etc. Ultimately, it will be the middle class that suffers, in lost jobs, higher energies, and less wealth, overall.

Why, so we can line the pockets of people like T. Boone Pickens and Al Gore in their trumped up battle against Global Warming, Big Oil, and Big Business.

According to Scott Bensing of Townhall.com, "
The reality is simple, lower taxes attract businesses, which generate jobs and money for the local economy. That is how to improve the current economic environment, not back-breaking tax hikes and the anti-business environment promised by Democrats."

Yet, Democrats across the nation are looking to raise taxes in the time of economic downturn.

Haven't we been through this before with Jimmy Carter?
The solution is to cut taxes as well as spending but to cut spending faster than taxes to leave more real economic and financial resources in private and individual hands so that they can repair their balance sheets. On top of that, interest rates must be raised - not lowered - to reward savers for producing more than they now consume.
Democrats just don't get it; that's the gesalt for spurring economic growth. After all, you can't tax your way out of a recession.

Monday, November 24, 2008

Michigan: A Case Study on Disastrous Democratic Policies

I came across this article, courtesy of the National Review's Planet Gore section. Now, if you haven't checked it out, it's a must read regarding the global warming joke, the carbon credit sham, and all things anti-radical environmentalism. Furthermore, it dispels and refutes so much of what is forced down our collective throats by the Left and their environmental benefactors and is almost accepted as the naked truth by a majority of the American populace (see: those who voted for Barack Obama).

This article in particular discusses the disastrous economic policies pushed onto the good citizens of Michigan by their governor, Jennifer Granholm, a Democrat, and new member of Obama's economic team.

Need we remind how bad of shape, economically, Michigan is...why? Because the home of the once-proud Big 3 Automakers has now forced "alternative energy" onto its population, all in the name of "global warming." See, it all starts with "reducing carbon emissions," even though a rise in C02 has NEVER been linked to raising temperatures, and despite the fact that even though C02 levels have risen over the past decade, the Earth is actually cooling.
The result has been a Michigan economy that has drowned under Granholm’s watch, with unemployment tripling to a nation-leading 9.3 percent at the same time that Michigan’s debilitating economic fundamentals — high taxes and overgenerous concessions to organized labor — have gone unaddressed. Granholm, however, has missed few opportunities for photo ops touting the companies that have benefiited from her tax handouts or her road-construction spending.
GO figure.

You see, sorry to disappoint you, but global warming is a fucking joke. It's a spurious imitation, a fraud, a feign, a sham, just so Al "An Inconvenient Truth" Gore can make a few bucks on his carbon credit contrivance.

The complete article:

Obama Channels Granholm on Green Stimulus [Henry Payne]

Detroit, Mich. — Now we know why Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm is on President-elect Barack Obama’s economic policy team. Judging by Obama’s Saturday economic address, he plans to address the nation’s ills with the same inept policies Granholm has championed for the last six years here in Michigan.

Granholm and Obama have much in common: They are both young Democratic party protégés, both are charismatic personalities, and both are left-wing, Harvard-educated lawyers with little experience running anything prior to assuming office. Like Granholm, Obama appears to have little grasp of market economics, but prefers showy public-works programs and utopian visions of bridging a carbon-addicted America to a new green economy that will employ millions.

The similarities between Obamanomics (as outlined in Saturday’s radio address) and Granholmnomics (as outlined in her January State of the State address) are striking.


“(My stimulus plan) will be a two-year, nationwide effort to jumpstart job creation in America and lay the foundation for a strong and growing economy. We’ll put people back to work rebuilding our crumbling roads and bridges, modernizing schools that are failing our children, and building wind farms and solar panels, fuel-efficient cars and the alternative energy technologies that can free us from our dependence on foreign oil and keep our economy competitive in the years ahead.”


“I’m proposing a Michigan economic stimulus package — nearly a billion dollars for needed infrastructure and building improvements, creating upwards of 28,000 construction and other jobs over the next two years. A billion dollars in economic stimulus from new construction. But let me talk for a moment about one sector that has blockbuster potential for Michigan: alternative energy . . . . Because of the need to reduce global warming and end our dependence on expensive foreign oil, the renewable energy and energy efficiency industries will create millions of good paying jobs. I say we will win these jobs for Michigan and replace the lost manufacturing jobs with a whole new, growing sector.”

The echo is eerie (if Obama were Joe Biden, one might be suspicious of plagiarism).

And likely to get eerier still. How has Granholm gone about creating this new green economy? With mandates and targeted tax breaks — just as Obama will likely propose. Granholm spearheaded a state Renewable Power Standard that mandates 20 percent of Michigan's energy come from wind power by 2020, and she has showered tax breaks on alternative energy companies. Watch for Obama to do both on the national level.

The result has been a Michigan economy that has drowned under Granholm’s watch, with unemployment tripling to a nation-leading 9.3 percent at the same time that Michigan’s debilitating economic fundamentals — high taxes and overgenerous concessions to organized labor — have gone unaddressed. Granholm, however, has missed few opportunities for photo ops touting the companies that have benefiited from her tax handouts or her road-construction spending.

And she has landed a key position in Obama’s transition team, where she and the president-elect apparently agree that Granholmnomics is America’s future.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Thank you Democrats!

In part 2 in a series of "tongue-in-cheek," snarky, smug, sarcastic remarks, I wanted gleefully offer up a hearty thank you to the Democrats. Yesterday, my salaciousness was directed to the corrupt, liberal Mainstream Media, for essentially distorting and filtering the news, as well as verbally fellating one President-Elect Barry Obama.

Today, my sardonic and caustic wit is directed to the Democrats, once a proud party of the working class. This group of out-of-touch politicians are doing everything within their party to destroy the very fabric of this country.

And it seems we're powerless to stop them.

Two examples come to mind.

First is the issue of "climate change." What this amounts to is nothing more than pandering on behalf of the Democrats, in this case to the environmentalists. In this article, courtesy of Townhall.com, President-elect Obama promises global leadership on climate change.


So much of the "consensus science" utilized by global warming fanacists is faulty AT BEST, doctored at worst. When will these "scientists" (I use that term loosely, as it seems many of a political agenda) realize that instead of getting warmer, the planet is actually cooling, that Arctic ice has been restored to its pre-2002 levels, and CO2 levels were higher (exponentially) than they were prior to the existence of humans (furthermore, CO2 levels on Mars are high as well; where are the humans?).
In the roughly four-minute message, Obama reiterated his support for a cap-and-trade system approach to cutting green house gases. He would establish annual targets to reduce emissions to their 1990 levels by 2020 and reduce them another 80 percent by 2050. Obama also promoted anew his proposal to invest $15 billion each year to support private sector efforts toward clean energy.

At a news conference Tuesday, a coalition called the U.S. Climate Action Partnership _ made up of 32 leading corporations, including electric utilities and oil companies, and environmental groups _ urged Obama to press Congress to approve legislation next year for a mandatory cap-and-trade system to limit the release of carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels and other greenhouse gases. Opponents of such action argue controls on carbon dioxide emissions will increase energy costs.

Under a cap-and-trade program, the government would establish a ceiling on the amount of carbon dioxide that can be released into the air from burning fossil fuels. A utility or industrial plant would have to purchase emission allowances for every ton of pollution released. Anyone who exceeds the cap must either make pollution reductions or buy additional allowances, while those who cut emissions below the cap would be able to sell allowances. Initially the cap would be relatively high and then be lowered gradually to achieve the targeted pollution reductions.

So guess who suffers? The average American...how do you think these companies will pay for these allowance or penalties, by either laying off workers or RAISING PRICES on their wares.

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that out.

Second pertains to this autoworker's bailout plan. On top of a $700 billion "crap sandwich" (catchphrase courtesy of Michelle Malkin) taxpayers will soon be on the hook for an additional $25 billion to the struggling "Big 3" automobile manufacturers. Once again, the Democrats are pandering to the special interests: this time it's the unions.

Can someone tell me why we should bail a confederation that refuses to embrace what the marketplace dictates? Furthermore, why should the average American pay for a vehicle that costs thousands of dollars MORE compared to a foreign model yet is does not possess the features NOR quality that the aforementioned foreign car has?

Yet the Left implores us to "buy American!." Listen, we would all LOVE to buy American, but why? All we do is enable these auto manufacturers and unions in their "entitlement quest." Instead, it's time we hold them accountable (same with the idiot who bought a $300,000 home on a $30,000 wage, but that's another story for another time).

Ken Blackwell sums it up perfectly:

The Big 3’s woes are largely self-created. For years now their management has been criticized as ineffective. But two numbers tell the story of the primary cause of their insolvency: 73 and 48. The average hourly cost of an hourly wage worker for the Big 3 cost $73 per hour, while the average cost at Toyota and other foreign automakers with production facilities here on American soil is $48 per hour.

What accounts for this disparity? It’s the massive healthcare and pension costs and other benefits that the workers at the Big 3 get through their union-negotiated contracts. These contracts, primarily secured through the United Auto Workers, have created massive obligations. Consequently, the Big 3 either offer a product that is equal in quality and features to their foreign counterparts, but several thousand dollars more expensive per car, or they offer a product for the same price but with fewer features.

There’s no way to escape the plain truth. The costs unions have written into their contracts with the Big 3 must be passed along to consumers. As this either increases prices or decreases value, the Big 3 lose sales to foreign competitors, and so revenues for the Big 3 have dropped. As revenues drop it becomes even more difficult to pay these union-created obligations, so the situation worsens.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

A hearty thanks to the Mainstream Media!

On behalf of millions of easily assuaged Americans, I wanted to issue a public thank you to the Mainstream Media.

Oh you thought I was serious...

I am not, dear reader (not to be confused with what we'll seen refer to President-Elect Barry Obama as: Dear LEADER); nevertheless, I am not serious.

Frankly, I'm pissed.

I navigated over to this website, courtesy of renowned conservative author and mind, Michelle Malkin's site. I wasn't necessarily stunned at the intent of the website, but rather the message, notably the following:

Zogby Poll

512 Obama Voters 11/13/08-11/15/08 MOE +/- 4.4 points

97.1% High School Graduate or higher, 55% College Graduates

Results to 12 simple Multiple Choice Questions

57.4% could NOT correctly say which party controls congress (50/50 shot just by guessing)

81.8% could NOT correctly say Joe Biden quit a previous campaign because of plagiarism (25% chance by guessing)

82.6% could NOT correctly say that Barack Obama won his first election by getting opponents kicked off the ballot (25% chance by guessing)

88.4% could NOT correctly say that Obama said his policies would likely bankrupt the coal industry and make energy rates skyrocket (25% chance by guessing)

56.1% could NOT correctly say Obama started his political career at the home of two former members of the Weather Underground (25% chance by guessing).

And yet.....

Only 13.7% failed to identify Sarah Palin as the person on which their party spent $150,000 in clothes

Only 6.2% failed to identify Palin as the one with a pregnant teenage daughter

And 86.9 % thought that Palin said that she could see Russia from her "house," even though that was Tina Fey who said that!!

Only 2.4% got at least 11 correct.

Only .5% got all of them correct. (And we "gave" one answer that was technically not Palin, but actually Tina Fey)

My God people, what does this say about 1.) our mainstream media; 2.) over 50% of the voting populace?

Regarding the former, what more can be said that hasn't been about the mainstream media? It's not just that they're nauseatingly liberal, it's that they're corrupt as well. Furthermore, it's this gross negligence on their behalf to actually report the news that has further maddened those of us who read alternative news stories (i.e not JUST content disseminated from the MSM). For example, most Americans probably do not realize that Christians in California (notably WHITE Christians) are being harassed and assaulted by homosexual militants. Why, because these aforementioned militants have perceived Prop 8, banning gay marriage outright, to have been passed by white Christians.

Yet it doesn't occur to the supposed enlightened liberal homosexuals that the 70% of blacks and Hispanics who voted for Barack Obama also voted to ban gay marriage.

But where is the Mainstream Media?

No where to be found, naturally. They're off reporting on some elderly woman who spoke out against homosexuality.

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Con Over

Wall Street just ran the biggest con in history on the largest population in history: mortgage backed securities and derivatives. This multi-trillion dollar pile of paper is now approaching worthlessness and is bleeding red ink into the books of every financial entity in the land: individuals, businesses, pensions, and governments of all types. No one knows how to value either their own books or more importantly, how to evaluate a company they want to work with or invest in. No one knows how much of this toxic financial waste any institution is keeping on the books. Transparency is on the decline and opacity is on the rise. Credit is drying up and business is slowly grinding down all over the globe. Trust in the financial system and its instruments is being destroyed and could go to zero.

Yet so many keep to their investment routines as if nothing is amiss, that somehow this will blow over. I keep hearing the dreck on TV: buy the dips, we're at the bottom, market turnaround any day now. They keep saying it and many must still believe it. At work I hear how people are going to jump back in and buy the bargains, that stocks are so under priced now and how they are going to make a killing. They don't realize that they will be killed, that actually, they have already been killed. The game is over but no one can see it yet because the drone of the Wall Street con plays on, calming all like the inhabitants of an opium den.

The con by Wall Street is so smooth and has gone on for so long that no investor believes it can ever stop. No matter the extremes of the con, another con will be built on top of it and the game will go on and every one will continue to make money. This is the financial equivalent of the perpetual motion machine, a fallacy in science and equally fallacious in finance. Well, guess what? The ultimate con, derivatives by the trillions, has been played, the money is draining out of the world markets and IT IS NOT COMING BACK. The game is over. The playas know it even as they bilk the American taxpayers for billions more in executive bonuses and bailouts. Oh sure, some of them will play too long and get caught and hanged when the sheeple wake up, but they are being conned too, believing that their donations and lobbying efforts with government officials will buy them protection. It will, until it won't. When America wakes up, everything will be ripped to shreds in an orgy of destruction. No one will be able to stop it. Not guns, not martial law, not even the military.

So goes the death of the consumer economy, an absurd model that should never have been born. An economy is based on production and the trade of goods and services. How can eternal consumption ever be the basis of a nations wealth? It will work until the credit system can bear no more. Enter, stage right, the current era and the collapse of credit.

No replacement economy for this absurd consumerist economy is on deck. No plan is being made for the next economy. Our government flails in great incompetence, always in reaction, never in action. The con game goes on, everyone, even those conned, hoping it will never stop. But the inexorable law of credit and Ponzi financing are in play now. The consumer is broke and has no way to generate wealth. Credit is drying up. America has nothing to trade and stays afloat temporarily because the world believes the dollar must have value as their own currencies implode. Demand for the dollar is unprecedented but the emperor has no clothes. There is no longer any underlying value to FRN's. There is only the memory, the memory of the grand and golden days when the dollar ruled the world. When the world realizes that the historical dollar no longer exists and they are trading their worthless paper for our now worthless paper, the dollar will collapse.

At that point the American economy will collapse. In theory, commerce may come to a complete standstill since the currency has no value. It only represents an absurd amount of debt. With no value left in the country and most of our manufacturing capacity sent overseas, no one will loan us anything to help us return to the production economy. America will be a hissing to the world: the dollar collapse will also rob world economies of great wealth, impoverishing millions if not billions. Any misery or suffering we endure will be met with 'Serves you right.'

We, who for the most part only know how to consume goods and credit, must now bootstrap ourselves into a completely new way of life. A way of life undefined by any but a few apocalyptic authors. A way of life foreign to all of our institutions and most of our citizenry.

The entire population of the United States of America is about to become shell shocked by the severity of this bootstrapping process. The whole nation will be subjected to the same forces faced by soldiers on the front line. It's not going to be pretty. Many will go insane. Many more will turn violent. Most will try to adapt, to feel their way forward. Key utilities, such as power and water, may fail during this interim period, increasing suffering and death even more. Hunger will be a new companion for many.

Our enemies may take advantage of our discomfiture and attack or even invade us. The wrath of the world will fall upon our heads and no amount of pleading, begging, or cajoling will placate them. Their wrath must run its full course. Millions of Americans will die, directly or indirectly, during this world-wide bash America-a-thon. We will probably suffer nuclear strikes to our major cities. I only hope we can return tit-for-tat. Raiding parties to our shores may capture citizens and sell or keep them as slaves. No inhumanity will be spared Americans. The darkest days of history will be dredged for ways to humiliate, kill, and torture Americans.

The con of Wall Street is leading us to our soon destruction. It will not end until we have battled back to the America of our forefathers. The blood that will flow and the suffering endured will be of an epic scale. The Americans that survive will be the hardiest in the world. We will be like a nation of Navy Seals or Army Rangers or Marines. Anyone with a constitution weaker than these will perish.

We will rebuild but to a new blueprint. Wall Street will be banished forever. Usury will be a swear word. Banking will not exist. Government will be all about service and not about power. Anyone who shows anything less than the greatest humility as a public official will be shot, and shot again. Our eyes will be like flinty steel and our jaws firmly set. We will be all about personal responsibility. Righteousness, honesty, and integrity will be valued once more. We will be men and women of our word as we once were.

I only hope when the new blueprint is implemented, that clauses be added, as many as it takes, to make sure this never happens again. Great tomes will be written on the evil of usury and the glory of the paths of truth will be sung in every house. Everyone will be a guardian of the new blueprint and so it must be, ever watchful, that the insidious evil of 'something for nothing' does not arise for eternity in the blasted and cratered landscape of the reborn America.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Minnesota Update: Coleman's Lead Narrows...100 votes "located"

Conveniently, 100 votes for Democratic challenger Al Franken were found in the Minnesota senate race.

According to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, "Just as Secretary of State Mark Ritchie was explaining to reporters the recount process in one of the narrowest elections in Minnesota history, an aide rushed in with news: Pine County's Partridge Township had revised its vote total upward -- another 100 votes for Democratic candidate Al Franken, putting him within .011 percentage points of Republican U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman."

Here's your liberal newspaper making excuses: "The reason for the change? Exhausted county officials had accidentally entered 24 for Franken instead of 124 when the county's final votes were tallied at 5:25 Wednesday morning."

Amazing...simply amazing.

Pine County is situated approximately 50 miles north of the Twin Cities. Are there even 100 people in Pine County?

A couple of notes: 1.) the recount hasn't even started yet; 2.) that a abusive, snarky comedian who helped tank Air America could be within a hair's breadth of a U.S Senate seat is truly frightening.

What this further validates is that the 2008 election, on a national, state, and local was a referendum against Republicans. Whether fair or not, the voters chose to "kick the bums" as I read in an article yesterday.

No thanks to corrupt, liberal mainstream manipulation, the Republicans were painted as enablers of greed, graft, and corruption, as well as the architects of the subprime housing meltdown, and the near-certain economic recession.

As for Coleman, I'm seriously worried. If 100 votes can magically appear...what are the odds he retains his seat.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Minnesota Update: Coleman claims victory/the Democrats will find some "uncounted" votes somewhere/where's ACORN when you need them

Despite holding a 725 vote edge to Democratic challenger Al Franken, incumbent Republican Senator Norm Coleman today proclaimed victory in a tight, hotly-contested and vitriolic race, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
Sen. Norm Coleman late this morning declared victory for a second term from Minnesota, even as the wheels are churning toward an automatic recount of the nearly 3 million votes cast in his battle with Democrat Al Franken.
As a Minnesotan and a Republican, I don't know what was worse, an Obama presidency, or a Franken senatorial seat.

Actually, I thought of something worse than either: both winning.

As I'm sure most of you are, I'm absolutely sick of the endless political attack ads aired on BOTH sides of the political spectrum. In this case, I couldn't handle watching another Franken ad concocting a story about "Big Oil," "Wall Street Special Interests," or the "Bush Tax Cuts for the Rich."

Coleman's problem, as with other conservatives, is that this election was essentially a referendum AGAINST Republicans. The seeds were planted in the 2006 congressional races, when Democrats usurped Republican power, and ultimately carried them to a near liberal supermajority in executive and legislative branches.

It's been so bad for Republicans that an idiot, abusive, temperamental comedian (Franken) nearly unseated a fairly popular incumbent (Coleman).

Ultimately what worries me is that as one Star Tribune reader stated, "Why do I have a feeling the the Dems will "find" a couple of mis-placed boxes of uncounted ballots in the next day or two?"

If so, I'm sure ACORN is involved.

Yet, does it surprise you that Minnesota voters nearly approved the aforementioned angry comedian? After all, we did have an ex-professional wrestler as a governor.

The Day After: Keep standing up for what we believe is right

Well, we on the Right were hit by a two-ton Mack truck last night, in the form of a new Democratic president, and a near-filibuster-proof Democratic Senate. Obviously, there are some silver linings: Democrats did NOT pick up enough Senate seats to ensure the ultimate nightmare: a TRUE liberal supermajority. Furthermore, Minnesota Republican Norm Coleman, despite a mandatory recount, is looking increasingly like he has staved off defeat from Democratic challenger Al Franken.

Over the past eight years, we've endured endless fabrication after fabrication from liberal fuckheads that Bush lied, he usurped the Constitution, he spied on all of us, he gave tax cuts to the rich. Those lies, propagated through a corrupt liberal mainstream media, ushered in a new era of Liberal power. The American populace was inundated with lie and lie from a medium that was clearly in the tank for Obama.

With that said, what happens, for example, our energy bills skyrocket due to cap and trade legislation? You can't blame the Republicans. What happens when wave after wave of suicide bomber hits targets inside the United States due to Obama capitulating in the war on terror? What happens when average Americans lose their job and are forced to pay higher taxes, because Obama instituted an inane economic policy that increased taxes on the rich/entrepreneurial class. The upper class, when forced to reduce emissions in their businesses and pay higher taxes, must lay off employees: the middle class.

Are we STILL going to blame Republicans?

Not this time. It's time to regroup, and usher in a new era of our own; one that includes fiscal and social conservatives. Furthermore, as countless conservative authors and pundits have reiterated, it's to toss out the trash: existing Republican leadership that was corrupt and facilitated a bereftness in the economy.

Moreover, we on the Right cannot tolerate sex scandals, bribery, fraud, misuse of funds, or special interests. To borrow a trite, overused cliche: if we're going to talk the talk, let's walk the walk.

We on the Right have to close ranks and clean up our act; we need to present a united front against Obama. We have to stand up for what we believe is right.

I'm hoping this loss will put steel in backbones and strengthen our resolve.

I have a feeling the Democrat leadership, under the auspices of Obama, Nancy Pelosi, and Harry Reid, are going to make it quite easy for us.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

In Light of Democratic Win, a Ray of Hope

Ugh...we stand on the verge of, as Townhall.com's Dennis Prager stated today, a radical transformation to this country. As a white, conservative, Christian, I brace for an apoplectic seizure from the Left, as they look to enact a pound of flesh from those of us who supported the "Bush Tax Cuts for the rich" and other Bush-measures over the past eight years.

I am, as many conservatives are, disheartened by the prospects of the most liberal President coupled with smashing Democratic majorities in both the House and the Senate.

Yet, do not despair, my friends.

I hereby predict that Obama will destroy every facet of this country that the pendulum will start to swing BACK to the center-right in time for the 2010 elections.

Unfortunately, I am despondent primarily because the American voting segment was utterly duped by 1.) the corrupt, liberal mainstream media; 2.) and the non-efforts from John McCain to educate the aforementioned populace on Obama's record.

It was a half-hearted effort a best to target Obama's absurd tax policies, his radical associations, his over-the-top liberal outlooks on abortion, gay marriage, energy, terrorism, etc. On top of that, Obama managed to indoctrinate a large swatch of young people, disenfranchised independents and Republicans, and Democratic basists with his "hope and change" rhetoric.

Nevermind that the only hope and change is going to occur to the Leftist wing nuts that would love to see this country become an extension of Western Europe.

Most of the country does NOT want to see the radical transformations Obama has in store for us, whether it's social-justice taught in our schools, the shoving of progressive values down our collective throats, the mass illegal immigration that will occur south of our borders (including OTM's), increased terror attacks, loss of jobs to due to inane cap-and-trade laws (based on complete scientific fabrications), etc.

And when the collective psyche of the American public takes a nose-dive, by all means, you can tell those snarky liberal bastards, "I told you so."