Monday, January 28, 2013

USA frozen? Aw too bad, so sad; summer here

Good morning from Auckland on a sunny, summer day in January 2013.  Yep, while N. America is freezing cold, we have lovely, relaxing summer weather.  We have a work holiday today Monday the 28th and are probably going for a hike nearby on a trail, then maybe do some gardening or barbecue-ing... we'll be chillaxin' for sure. 

Neener neener.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Levin's inaugural suggestion: FIGHT

In a Ben Shapiro Breitbart interview, Mark Levin says on the "inaugural" day for the voting fraud re-selection of the fake usurper potus:  FIGHT

"I don’t think Obama knows exactly what he’s going to go for in his second term,” Levin said, "as he will look for opportunities to exploit as events unfold. I am sure they've drawn up a partial a list, and we already know that it includes, but is not limited to, gun control; attacks on the First Amendment such as religious liberty; amnesty for illegal aliens; union expansion; institutionalizing Obamacare; institutionalizing voter corruption; de-industrialization via the EPA; destroying the capitalist-based economy via tax increases, smothering regulations, massive deficit spending, and endless borrowing; and hollowing out our military; etc. This will effect all of us. It will do extreme damage to the nation in many respects. I think Obama sees himself as correcting historic wrongs in this country, as delivering the fruits of the labor of other people to people who he believes have historically been put upon. I think there’s a lot of perverse thinking that goes on in his mind, radical left-wing thinking. He was indoctrinated with Marx and Alinksy propaganda. You not only see it in his agenda but in his words -- class warfare; degrading successful people unless, of course, they help finance his elections, causes, and organizations; pretending to speak for the so-called middle class when, in fact, he is destroying their jobs, savings, and future. Obama's war on our society is intended to be an onslaught in which the system is overwhelmed.”

How to fight that agenda? Levin said the answer certainly doesn’t lie in the current Republican Party leadership. “I think the Republican Party, its apparatus, its so-called leadership, the parasitic consultants, represent an institution that is tired, old, almost decrepit, full of cowardice and vision-less. It has abandoned the Declaration of Independence and any serious defense of constitutional republicanism. The Democrat Party is now a radical 1960s party; it’s the anti-Constitution, anti-capitalism, anti-individual party. It largely controls the federal government, including the massive bureaucracy and much of the judiciary -- what I call the permanent branches of the federal government. The Democrat Party represents the federal government, and the federal government expands the power of the Democrat Party. They're appendages of each other. On the other hand, the GOP today stands for capitulation, timidity, delusion -- so mostly nothing. Republicans may speak of the Constitution, limited government, low taxes, etc., but what have they done about them? Next to nothing if not nothing. Even when Bush 43 was president and the Republicans controlled Congress. What did they do? They went on a spending binge. They expanded Medicare, the federal role in local education, drove up the debt, etc. Meanwhile, we are lectured by putative Republicans like Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, Tom Ridge, and a conga line of others trashing often viciously NOT Obama and what the Democrats are doing to our nation, but conservatives, constitutionalists, and tea party activists who are the only people left standing for liberty against tyranny in this country."

But, said Levin, the answer isn’t to start a third party – “The problem is a practical one. If we go third party, I can see the Democrats winning elections for a generation. Given the radicalized character of that party, that would seal our fate, and the fate of our children and grandchildren to, as Reagan put it, 1000 years of darkness. The day may come, perhaps soon, when abandoning the GOP for a new party is the best way to deal with events and stop the rise of tyranny. I think the answer at this moment is for conservatives to retake the Republican Party. Reagan did it, and Reagan was opposed by the Republican establishment every step of the way, including the Bush family. But this is a constant fight, just as fighting the Democrats is a constant fight. After the Reagan presidency, Bush 41 and Bush 43, who'd opposed the Reagan Revolution, immediately dragged the nation back into the Republican mush. In fact, they sought to distance themselves from Reagan and his achievements, using such silly phrases as "a kinder and gentler" conservatism or "compassionate conservatism," as if all the opportunities, wealth, jobs, and enterprises Reagan's policies launched were neither kind nor compassionate. There is an intransigence in the Republican Party that sabotages and obstructs those who have answers for this nation based on our founding principles. And so we had a brief eight-year period where Reagan showed us the way and created a foundation on which future Republican presidents could build, and they haven’t. They invoke Reagan because he is beloved by the American people, but they reject his principles and policies. Keep in mind, George W. Bush was the most profligate spender in world history until Obama came along; the Tea Party grew out of the last months of Bush 43 and the early months of the Obama presidency. Yet Bush administration staffers are everywhere today: the media, advising candidates, leading fundraisers, etc. And they arrogantly and condescendingly lecture conservatives about responsible, moderate governance. They also cheerlead for more establishment candidates, like John McCain, Mitt Romney, and the like, who are not only sure losers, but have no grasp of the urgency of our times and the principled agenda necessary to address it. Meanwhile, the Reagan and traditional conservatives, the constitutionalists and the tea party leaders, are all but unheard and unseen on TV, even some of our favorite outlets."

Read the rest here

Mark Levin is right


battle lines are being drawn

Good commentary from American Thinker yesterday The Democracy Initiative: a Coup In Plain Sight - and I agree with "Turfman" who says:

"The battle lines are being drawn - if you know where to look for them.

If your eyes are upon Cryin' John Boehner, John McCain, Lindsay Graham and a host of other flaccid Republicans in Washington and you are wishing that they will rise to the occasion and stop the usurpation of our Republic by the traitors that inhabit the Democrat Party, then you are looking to the wrong people and in the wrong place. Republicans are far closer to the usurpers than either they or the Democrats would ever admit. They are the enablers that allow the alcoholic to keep drinking.

The statistic you should be looking at is the incredible arming that is taking place all over the nation. Guns of all shapes and sizes, ammunition by the pallet load are flying off the shelves at unprecedented rates. People that have always fought to preserve the Second Amendment are now being joined by people who at once always loved their country, but never saw the need to pick up a rifle to defend her - until now.

We have already crossed the Rubicon. There is no going back. There is no fixing what has gone wrong by the political process. We have a "president" (*spit*) that has been deliberately running guns into Mexico to arm drug lords, deliberately running guns through Benghazi to our nation's enemies to foment revolution by Islamists, telling law abiding Americans that they must have their inalienable right to keep and bear arms infringed to satisfy his fetish for power. Screw him. This SOB should be in prison, not in the White House, and there is no possibility whatsoever that he would be impeached, never mind convicted or removed from office. That says nothing about being prosecuted for treason.

What must happen is what was feared, what was contemplated, what was provided for by the Founders, specifically by James Madison as he penned the Second Amendment. Do not, do not, let anyone suggest to you that the Second Amendment must somehow be muted to provide us "safety" from lunatics like Adam Lanza and a thousand others that use an inanimate object to dispense terror and death over the land. The Second Amendment is a limitation upon the government, not a limitation upon the citizen; arguments in favor of infringement are but a red herring.

Remember that those who cry loudest about the 26 who died at Sandy Hook are the same people that allow millions upon millions of children to be aborted in this nation. They don't give a s*** about children unless it furthers their treasonous ambitions.

The Second Amendment is the final and most terrible bulwark against a government that has descended into tyranny, a government that has turned against the very Constitution that it has sworn to protect and defend. The power of governance in this Republic rightly rests with the people, and I submit to you that the will of the people is being subrogated to the will of men who wish this Republic harm.

Men like Madison wrote those words because for a great deal of their adult life they endured the tyranny of the Crown and ultimately fought back against and defeated it.

They knew of what they wrote and left us the necessary and proper tools to prosecute tyranny when the time came.

If this be not treason, then there is no treason.
You know what's coming - but wish not to speak it.
I know what's coming - but wish not to speak it.
But make no mistake, it is coming. "

Matthew Continetti's article is here: A Conspiracy So Immense - Column: What will it take for the mainstream media to cover the progressive movement?

Protein Wisdom also like Mr. Continetti's article and chimes in:

"The current GOP establishment leadership, which the GOP just re-elected, has shown it wants nothing more than to live in its comfortable Beltway bubble, cutting deals, agreeing to compromises, and working in a “bi-partisan” way so as not to be labeled “obstructionists.” That is, they are willing to compromise away our rights for their comforts. As such, we cannot look to them for protection, and instead must work even harder to replace them with pro-Constitution representatives.

Perhaps one way to do this is galvanize a TEA Party initiative that actively — not through mere rhetoric, though an orchestrated alternative media campaign would certainly help, but through whatever procedural and legal pressures brought to bear to have offending Congressman removed from duty, particularly those on “our side,” are at our disposal. And to begin that, we need to know just what our options are. And all of this must take place in the context of state and local nullification and civil disobedience efforts and large scale demonstrations that at least local news will cover — video of which we can then disseminate on social media, going around the leftist narrative gatekeepers of the mainstream national press.

I’ll say this again, and in all seriousness: this is a coup. We are living through an attempted coup — the result of a New Left strategy that relies less on ostensible violence than it does on the long march through the institutions, and now the concerted funding source to destroy the remains of free market capitalism. And make no mistake: many of those giant pro-market industries that will come under attack will switch positions and join the crony capitalist cabal that allows the left to maintain the appearance of a “capitalist” economy even as what they are institutionalizing is liberal fascism, to be imposed on largely disarmed subjects, who are to be molested through the tax code, the regulatory code, and by the hamstringing of their natural rights, which tyrannical men will claim to lord over and reform as privilege."

Indeed, yep, a slow moving coup IS occurring.  Do you see it yet?  Further I'll mention some thoughts from Laura Hollis' "post mortem" from last November 2012 election - esp on America's "selection" of O for another term:

"I am already reading so many pundits and other talking heads analyzing the disaster that was this year’s elections. I am adding my own ten cents.
Here goes:
1. We are outnumbered
2. It wasn’t the candidate(s)
3. It’s the culture, stupid.
We have been trying to fight this battle every four years at the voting booth. It is long past time we admit that that is not where the battle really is. We abdicated control of the culture – starting back in the 1960s. And now our largest primary social institutions – education, the media, Hollywood (entertainment) have become really nothing more than an assembly line for cranking out reliable little Leftists. Furthermore, we have allowed the government to undermine the institutions that instill good character – marriage, the family, communities, schools, our churches. So, here we are, at least two full generations later – we are reaping what we have sown. It took nearly fifty years to get here; it will take another fifty years to get back. But it starts with the determination to reclaim education, the media, and the entertainment business. If we fail to do that, we can kiss every election goodbye from here on out. And much more.

4. America has become a nation of adolescents
The real loser in this election was adulthood: Maturity. Responsibility. The understanding that liberty must be accompanied by self-restraint. Obama is a spoiled child, and the behavior and language of his followers and their advertisements throughout the campaign makes it clear how many of them are, as well. Romney is a grown-up. Romney should have won. Those of us who expected him to win assumed that voters would act like grownups. Because if we were a nation of grownups, he would have won.

But what did win? Sex. Drugs. Bad language. Bad manners. Vulgarity. Lies. Cheating. Name-calling. Finger-pointing. Blaming. And irresponsible spending.

This does not bode well. People grow up one of two ways: either they choose to, or circumstances force them to. The warnings are all there, whether it is the looming economic disaster, or the inability of the government to respond to crises like Hurricane Sandy, or the growing strength and brazenness of our enemies. American voters stick their fingers in their ears and say, “Lalalalalala, I can’t hear you.”

It is unpleasant to think about the circumstances it will take to force Americans to grow up. It is even more unpleasant to think about Obama at the helm when those circumstances arrive."
5. Yes, there is apparently a Vagina Vote
6. It’s not about giving up on “social issues”
7. Obama does not have a mandate. And he does not need one.
8. The CorruptMedia is the enemy
9. Small business and entrepreneurs will be hurt the worst
10. America is more polarized than ever; and this time it’s personal
11. It’s possible that America just has to hit rock bottom "

Read the rest here.

I agree with Laura...  Things gonna get ugly - especially in CITIES where all the lefty hordes reside.

I'm waiting for the days where O has to hide from angry mobs wherever he goes.  That will be a sign the revolution goes into full swing - yep ... Battle lines being drawn?  Indeed...

Saturday, January 12, 2013

some awesome Reagan truths

the awesome President Ronald Reagan
one of the BEST modern USA presidents

Years later and I STILL LOVE the wonderful Ronald Reagan; his presidency was AWESOME because he helped the USA recover from the horrors of the Carter mistake, helped end the cold war and restored patriotism in America. Times were really TOUGH and people were completely miserable under Carter. 

There are still sad sack people who "hate" Ronald Reagan which I find ludicrously silly.  There is discussion on the web about "Reagan haters".  Get a grip and get some therapy...

lots of pix of Ronnie on various gorgeous horses,
riding isn't all that easy on feisty steeds - in fact it can be quite difficult!

From Phil Valentine Show 2004 Reagan Was Right:

"Now that Ronald Reagan has passed on, the sniping has already begun. One newspaper columnist wrote that he hoped Reagan was now turning “a toasty brown,” insinuating that the man who saved a wrecked economy, restored America's morale and brought down the Soviet Union might somehow be rotting in Hell. Another columnist's wrote, “Killer, coward, conman. Ronald Reagan, good-bye and good riddance.”

These sniveling little weenies are still hacked off that Reagan short-circuited their plans to turn this country into a socialist state, or worse. Reagan represented everything they aren't: hard-working, patriotic, proud, visionary, and believers in the entrepreneurial spirit and rugged individualism. These cowardly kooks turn a blind eye to the truth. Reagan's record stands on its own, despite the hateful, vitriolic criticism now spewing from society's underbelly.

In my book, Right From The Heart: The ABCs of Reality in America , I delineated conservative principles in alphabetical order. Only one person warranted an entire chapter. That person was Ronald Reagan. The title of chapter ‘R' was “Reagan was right.” Indeed, he was. Many people have forgotten just how bad off this country was prior to Reagan taking office. As I point out in the book, the inflation rate stood at 13.3 percent in 1979. When Reagan left office it was 4.4 percent. Remember how sky-high interest rates were? They were at 21 percent when he took office and had dropped to just 8 percent when he left.

Oh, but what about those deficits? Reagan gave us those, right? As a matter of fact, he did not. When you actually examine the record you'll find that Reagan submitted 8 budgets to Congress. All 8 were rejected. Only one of Reagan's budgets asked for more money than Congress ended up spending. That was in 1984 when Reagan's budget asked for 1.2 percent more. Pay attention to this part because it's real important. If Congress had adopted Reagan's budgets instead of their own, even including the 1984 budget, we would've seen a surplus in 1989.

That's not what the Reagan-haters want you to know but it's the truth. It's also true that his tax cuts, most of which he did get through Congress, jump-started the economy and we saw revenue to the treasury double during the 1980s from $517 billion to $1.031 trillion. These weren't tax cuts for the rich. They were across-the-board tax cuts. Naturally, the more you paid in taxes, the more you saved, but all taxpayers got a break and the economy came roaring back.

But even though revenues increased at a rate of nearly 100 percent during the ‘80s, spending, controlled by Congress, increased by about 112 percent. One of the real lessons of the Reagan years, which we've yet to learn, is don't outstrip the prosperity. That's what the state and federal governments did during the ‘80s and ‘90s."

just a quick ride with the queen... on some beautiful horses

There is a book by John Hayward which looks very interesting for more details on Reagan's presidency called Age of Reagan: The Conservative Counterrevolution, 1980-1989, description:

"Hero. It was a word most Americans weren’t using much in 1980. As they waited on gas and unemployment lines, as their enemies abroad grew ever more aggressive, and as one after another their leaders failed them, Americans began to believe the country’s greatness was fading.

Yet within two years the recession and gas shortage were over. Before the decade was out, the Cold War was won, the Berlin Wall came crashing down, and America was once more at the height of prosperity. And the nation had a new hero: Ronald Wilson Reagan.

Reagan’s greatness is today widely acknowledged, but his legacy is still misunderstood. Democrats accept the effectiveness of his foreign policy but ignore the success of his domestic programs; Republicans cheer his victories over liberalism while ignoring his bitter battles with his own party’s establishment; historians speak of his eloquence and charisma but gloss over his brilliance in policy and clarity of vision.

From Steven F. Hayward, the critically acclaimed author of The Age of Reagan: The Fall of the Old Liberal Order, comes the first complete, true story of this misunderstood, controversial, and deeply consequential presidency. Hayward pierces the myths and media narratives, masterfully documenting exactly what transpired behind the scenes during Reagan’s landmark presidency and revealing his real legacy.

What emerges is a compelling portrait of a man who arrived in office after thirty years of practical schooling in the ways of politics and power, possessing a clear vision of where he wanted to take the nation and a willingness to take firm charge of his own administration. His relentless drive to shrink government and lift the burdens of high taxation was born of a deep appreciation for the grander blessings of liberty. And it was this same outlook, extended to the world’s politically and economically enslaved nations, that shaped his foreign policy and lent his statecraft its great unifying power.

Over a decade in the making, and filled with fresh revelations, surprising insights, and an unerring eye for the telling detail, this provocative and authoritative book recalls a time when true leadership inspired a fallen nation to pick itself up, hold its head high, and take up the cause of freedom once again."

Ron jumps - this is good form, and very difficult to do
properly - just ask Christopher Reeve... oh, wait...

There have been many tributes to President Ronald Reagan besides detailed accounts of all facets of his presidency.  Did he make some mistakes?  Sure, but his love for America united the country.  That love for America NO LONGER EXISTS in Washington under the current communist-socialist-Marxist regime.  You voted for it so you will continue down the gurgler of statism until there is a REAL revolution.  (hint: probably why all those guns are being bought across America, so gird your loins!)  Open your mind, go back and really research the truths about Reagan when you need help trying to sort out what the hell happened to America under Commie-O: history will NOT be kind to the current commies...

awesome Reagan statue in Illinois because I haven't used
 the word awesome enough in this post... ha ha ha
(so what will O's statue be, riding his girl bike wearing his pansy helmet?)

Kevin J: you are here to serve the "O"

Good post by Kevin Jackson over at BlackSphere about Leftist's new economic slavery over ordinary Americans:

"For Liberals, Barack Obama is a miracle of evolution. The 2-year old kid quoting Shakespeare, the 4-year old piano virtuoso, or the 6-year mathematical savant are not proof of God. Oh, and there are atheists in the fox hole.

You are here to serve Obama, but long before that your parents sold you into slavery. You are paying off their debts, and the fact that they sat on their hands during the auction. They let Liberal mock God and documents that were created with God in mind, documents that were created to remind you hundreds of years later that you are an individual. Our individualism is what truly makes us one, a collective. Individualism is the only thing that we truly share.

In individualism there is no class, no identities, only what you choose to be. The government on the other hand wants you to declare yourself. And there are two choices: elitist or one who serves the elite. You’re an ant, and thus part of the permanent underclass, or you serve the queen and maybe become part of the establishment.

It’s sad to think, but the Left in America dreams of the day when they can have total power and control over society. Your life, liberty, and property are subordinated to the whims and desires of power-hungry politicians and their suck ups. The Democrat Party, once only the party of physical slavery, is now the party of economic slavery."

Read the rest here

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Chick's Feminism

Have you been over to Chicks on the Right?  They are inspiring and exactly the kind of gals I'd love to be friends with if  I ever moved back to the USA.  They are my kinda great ladies, outspoken, smart and true blue American patriots. 

Here's a video they put out about what a "Feminist" looks like:

I've always been independent, bought my own first home on my own after working and saving for 10 years.  I've worked full time for over 20 years and love the America I know - the conservative half.  I'm a Reagan girl who was always uncomfortable with the 'pro-choice' position and am now solidly in the pro-life camp.  I love Sarah Palin and all her awesome accomplishments. 

Conservative women are much kinder, smarter and more truthful than leftist women by any means. 

That's about all for the moment... I'm a good citizen, law abiding - and now I gotta get to work. 

have a nice day out there girls

Thursday, January 3, 2013

2013 America: few with morals in site

Yep, immorality is on the rise in 2013. Browsing a few commentaries at PJ Media today, one lays out the specifics very well by Bryan Preston Can you fight futility?:

"When you have more takers than makers, as seen in the eleven “death spiral states,” you have people helping themselves to the fruit of other people’s labors. In the current president, we have a man encouraging that behavior on a grand scale, with his callous class warfare and continuous assault on “the rich” and “those who aren’t paying their fair share.” He was re-elected running up larger deficits than the ones he called “unpatriotic” when it was convenient for him. He was re-elected never defining what “fair” is or explaining in detail what taxpayers are getting for their money. He was re-elected breaking his word. More Americans know about and are enraged by Dan Quayle and “potatoe” than the fact that their taxes just went up, that their president lied, and that we’re still hurtling toward the mathematical fact that our nation is on track to spend itself into bankruptcy. They don’t realize, or just don’t care, that this president once labeled his own policies “irresponsible” and “unpatriotic,” and that if he was right then, then he must be wrong now.

I can sit here arguing all day and all night, here in this space or on Twitter or Facebook or wherever eyeballs happen to be, how awful all this is but it does no good at all. As soon as you bring up the m-word — moral — you lose most of your audience. Most Republicans no longer want to hear that word, let alone Democrats or independents. To use it is to jostle up memories of that world that’s gone, Father Knows Best and all that. It’s antiquated. Quaint. Intolerant. Gets you labeled as a crank and dismissed.

So we fight the details of this or that policy in utter futility. We’re nibbling around the edges of the crisis, though. The next assault will be against a fundamental right enshrined in clear ink and with clear purpose, the right to bear arms. Having surrendered the right to be left alone, and having severely damaged the freedom to think, and having pushed our transcendent beliefs off to the margins, it may be easier than it has been in times past to assault the right to self-defense. A moral people would realize that the move to grab firearms from the law-abiding is going to empower criminals and politicians — sorry to be redundant — while doing nothing to make anyone safer. That assault will be followed by others, and phony crises and posturing and heavy spin. A moral people would see through the spin. A moral people would discern truth from lie.

But are we that anymore? For the answer, just look at the quality of the people we have placed in power over us. Just look at the things we choose to care about, and the things we let slip by without them bothering us."

Mr. Preston is right, "we" aren't a moral majority any more in America. So, who cares? I turn 50 this year and my New Year's resolution this year is to care more about MYSELF, my family, friends and my life. Tough cookies for you, lefties.  Illinois is one of the 11 'death spiral' states Mr. Preston mentioned.  Well, of course it is.  Not my problem.

I wrote the following on Dr. Helen' PJ Media post New Year's Resolutions so I quote myself:

"I’ve been venting by blogging, facebook-ing and now twittering, but I think I’m just preaching to the choir. Lefties in my family just shake their head and don’t listen to my “crazy ranting” (I don’t, I just offer the truth)…

Who am I kidding? The left love their lives and they will love them to the demise of everyone else since the end (their utopia) justifies the means. I see the USA going down, slowly, with help from pansy “Republicans” in power, who vote along with Dems to keep their place at the treasury trough...

But see, there I go again, obsessing about politics.

OK I realize I cannot stop caring about America. I do… but I don’t live there any more, so who am I? I’m just an expat, who was lucky enough to live through Reagan times and had a very rude awakening in 2008 when I realized the “country” was filled with leftist nincompoops in power (media, schools, political offices) all over the place...

Yep, I love capitalism – but I live in a quasi-socialist country now (NZ)… and I’m not fully enjoying myself. I have to find the good… I plan to get involved (as much as I can) locally to see if I can help stem the tide of NZ’s own march towards communism. Dunno if anyone will listen to me down here. I follow conservative NZ politicians so will continue that...

Well, summer here while USA has winter – so that is a good thing.

I’ll continue my “ranting” about the truth and how it is all citizens responsibility to keep their government accountable. I will cheer all gains by center-right-moderates in the USA. I’ll stop stressing, but keep talkin'

I can’t “un-know” stuff now… too late, I know the truth.

Damn… (deep breath, enjoy my life, family, friends, pets, beautiful home, great job, OK health and gorgeous country... I can do it... breathe...)"

In conclusion on my thoughts for today, why should I care about leftists? They are getting exactly what they want. The media, Hollyweird, schools are all teaching leftism to kids. This has been going on since the 1960s and longer. We have reached full indoctrination point. Sure, there are teens and 20-somethings who care about conservatism, are participating in T.E.A. parties, speaking out, doing great youtubies, blogging, etc. These youth are rare diamonds. The rest of 'em have complete apathy about what is going on - exactly how Mr. Preston describes.

Sad really. I'll remember the 'good old days' for me - which were under Reagan. 8 years of bliss - I didn't worry about America at all. My president was handling things, big things and kickin' a&& globally. We had star wars, business growth, financial reckonings and the end (even if temporary?) of the cold war. The wall did come down. We were the shining city on the hill.  I'll have those wonderful happy 1980's memories... until I leave the planet. I'll always have it and it cannot be taken away... You can have your Snooky, your O-phones, your immorality, your welfare baby momma handouts, your abortions, your gay marriage, your leftism and your march to communism.  How fun for you!

I already know better. I'll be a good citizen and speak out, maybe, here and there... but, psst, hey lefties, I just don't care about you any more. When the gubmit $$ runs out, and it will, you'll finally be on your own. Too bad you won't have a clue on what to do then... good luck, don't let the door hit you in the a&& on your way out.