Monthly Archives: February 2010


Pelosi is over-the-top arrogant as she tells her colleagues to sacrifice their jobs to pass health care reform. She says, with a straight face, “We’re here to do the job for the American people.” She left out the implied part … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

The Holy Bible, Matthew 6:25 – 27: “Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or drink; or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more important than food, and the … Continue reading

Posted in Personal, Philosophy, Quote of the Day, Religion

Where’s Your Sense of Adventure?

That’s the caption on a cartoon I saw a long time ago. Two ladies driving down the road, discussing whether to pick up a one-armed hitch-hiker holding an axe; one of them says to the other, “Oh come on, where’s … Continue reading

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We Hired These People

We hired these Congressmen and women to represent us, and to do our will. But far too many of them have the ‘ruling’ mindset. They think that they were elected to rule over the people. That is not the true … Continue reading

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Myths of Upper Management

Upper Management, in the U.S., is setting policy based on some wrong information: Global Warming: They are still making policy assuming the earth is warming, and that the warming is due to the side effects of human activity. The reality … Continue reading

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Warped Reality

Have you noticed how Obama seems to think he can make things so, just by saying them? For instance, he recently did a ‘hard turn’ to making jobs his highest priority – he said. What’s he been talking about ever … Continue reading

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Manatees are Dying

I was watching the local news last night, and there was an article on how the manatees in Florida are dying from the unusually cold water temperatures. Somebody needs to tell Al Gore. Then he can decide whether he wants … Continue reading

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