Friday, October 14, 2011

Those That Have Served

This people are either active military, retired military or military familes. In my opinion, a family sacrifices the same amount as does the person they are supperting.

This is the only way I can say THANK YOU, right now:

@angrymom80
@aretheynuts
@arlenearmy
@arping
@arra
@Asperger_Mom
@bamagirl0117
@beefmyers
@bev3560
@Bilkel55
@billk77
@bullslapper
@bushpir8
@buttsplc05
@CDNnow
@CharlesSnee
@ChuckNellis
@CLHunting1
@CommentsOnNatio
@CraigR3521
@CrockettLives
@DevildogCPL
@DonatellaDavis
@donsspencer
@dwcbubba
@ElMalevo
@FishForde
@frankshearer
@FreedomSentinel
@GLCmom
@gohatt
@Gonendunit
@IAMPCBob
@indigenous01
@JimELiv
@JoeSixpackSays
@JohnHLynn
@johnmgrantham
@johnsykes1035
@kissatex
@LeftFighter
@luvGodncountry
@Mar4L
@MarineDadGA
@mastadonarmy
@MaxTollensJr
@MelissaRNMBA
@Miller51550
@mjgranger1
@Mud_N_Lace
@NanaMary05
@NixIncumbents
@novid7
@ObamaBash
@OkieBartian
@osPatriot
@PhillipNLegg
@phjwi2
@PMgeezer
@pops07866
@presidentdiary
@PurpleHeart0629
@rcdellara
@retbilpat
@RightonMainSt
@rightwingertoo
@RobHoey
@RobMcCarthyJr
@ROCKWITHBECK
@rrommel9999
@Sami_Shamieh
@Skycop1
@StacyOnTheRight
@steverocknroll
@stumbef
@StupidBoomers
@TAPJR
@tcottruth
@tuesafter
@txantimedia
@USCGAuxVin
@VAMBOA
@vetsforwest
@WJGBalderama
@wrenmeyers

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Read This!

Read me. Looks into my eyes and read me.
I just finished Jedediah Bila's Outnumbered: Chronicles of a Manhattan Conservative. Not only does this confirm my sexist opinion that conservative women are far superior in intelligence, beauty and the firm grasp (hehe) of the ever elusive common sense concept.

What a hell of a read.

I mean, I flew through this like no other book since Decision Points by George W. Bush and liberal kook Ellis' His Excellency: George Washington.

I can't suggest this read enough. If, like me, you're a conservative behind enemy lines (I live outside Boston, I may as well have 6 heads) this book will bring it all together for you.

You're not alone, and this beautiful conservative woman spells it out with a mastery of the language and the parlance of our times. True conservatives are a rare find in the state of NY, especially on The Island. But this books does a great job of showing you the glimmer of hope on the horizon.

In the meantime, check out these conservative Tshirts.

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

I Wish I Could Be A Cubs Fan

I've always considered the Cubs my NL team...and I always root for them when I can.  As a Red Sox fan, I shared in their hardship and downtrodden ways for a few years.

When they fired Tito Francona I was outraged. Theo Epstein saddled the team with these horrible players with horrible contracts and Tito takes the fall.

Typical Boston, no one is allowed to leave without a smear campaign.  Citing marital problems and pain killer abuse on the part of Tito sickens me to no end, the Red Sox have lost a lifelong fan in me.

I will never, ever, pay for a ticket to watch this team play again under this management...and I doubt ever again. Which is sad, because I want to take my son to a ballgame when he's older.

The Red Sox have done this time and time again, however I think this time they've gone just too far.

As the Brookline Boy Wonder makes his job change (he sure gets to look like he's not being fired) Tito is in the booth calling a few playoff games with the class and integrity he's always had.

But no one gets to leave Boston without a few knives in the back, no matter what they've done.  These accusations are disgusting, petty and show me that these are nothing but manboys with a lot of money, living in the fantasy world of sports where people are commodities and nothing more.

But I can't be a Cubs fan, because guess where Theo's gonna end up?

Screw you Warner.  Screw you Larry.  Screw you and your yacht Mr. Henry.

Goodbye Red Sox.

My Pull List for October 12, 2011

Monday, October 10, 2011

#OWS Is Full Of Entitled Maroons

Jon Phoenix, a senior who studies political science, jumped up on a small concrete wall to address the crowd...

“College was supposed to be the be all, end all,” Phoenix said. “It’s supposed to be the place where no matter how crazy your background, you go into college, you come out and you’re supposed to be guaranteed entry into the middle class.”

Where did he get that idea? Did his Mommy & Daddy tell him that would happen?

The people you're seeing "protesting" "Wall Street" are the "everyone gets a trophy" generation. The "my son/daughter would never do that" generation. The "everyone is coddled and held and told how beautiful and special they are" generation.  It comes to no shock whatsoever to me that they are now confronted by the real world and failing miserably. They've walked out of the college doors, released the hands of their advisors to find they haven't a  single skill set at their disposal.  All they have is the anger they've been infused with by their universities so they can go out, be leeches on society, become dependant on the government for everything and wind up slaves with a hive mind and no living skills.

They've never had to do a thing in their lives. Ever. Mom and Dad cleaned up after them, bought them their cars, paid their rent and bought them their groceries, sent them off to liberal indoctrination camps colleges, got themselves brainwashed by some ponytailed professor and then fell off a cliff when they realized no one holds your hand in the real world.

But, they've been stomping their feet to get what they've wanted since they were toddlers, it's all they know. Their parents are new-agey kooks that don't believe in discipline or family values and have done their children a massive disservice. Their kids are useless shells of talentless nothings which, in turn, do society a massive disservice.

So now they're stomping their feet and pitching a tantrum because no one is holding their hands and giving them things anymore (though I'm sure a large portion of those "99%" have nice fat trust funds). They're staring at the edge of a cliff and demanding those that came before them give them what they want.

Sorry.

I remember when I went to college, the only thing guaranteed to me was a diploma...after that I had to enter the real world on my own.

I was under the impression that school, from kindergarten through college, was some way of "getting me ready" for the real world.  I had no idea it was all a plan to guarantee my place in a specific class.

I'm shocked, SHOCKED, that I didn't realize this sooner.  All that hard-work I did to apply to company after company, build my resume, move on to a different company, gain new skills, apply those at yet another company until I had reached a point where I was content with my accomplishments and was able to support myself and my family.

I can't believe I never caught on to this "middle class guarantee". Do you think it was in one of my orientation pamphlets?  It had to be, I mean look how many people are "Occupying Wall Street"...they obviously read what I missed and are demanding things be given to them.

Why?! Why did I do all that work?

Anyway, try to follow the logic:

Ralph! Get out there and start handing out jobs. NOW!
Wait...I thought you wanted a job? I'm confused.
Yeah bro. That sign is RAD. You are a true fighter bro. So deep.