Monday, January 28, 2013

Talk about stupid...

Stupid as in wanting women on the front lines in combat. Sheer idiocy. Does this mean all females will have to register with selective service once they hit the age of 18? and those currently 35 and under need to register, in case of draft? What's next, female SEALs? They'd have to drop the phyiscal requirements.. I can't get over how stupid some are.  And for your enjoyment, here is a video from Flower Drum Song,

I'm a girl, and by me that's only great!
I am proud that my silhouette is curvy,
That I walk with a sweet and girlish gait
With my hips kind of swivelly and swervy.

I adore being dressed in something frilly
When my date comes to get me at my place.
Out I go with my Joe or John or Billy,
Like a filly who is ready for the race!

When I have a brand new hairdo
With my eyelashes all in curl,
I float as the clouds on air do,
I enjoy being a girl!

When men say I'm cute and funny
And my teeth aren't teeth, but pearl,
I just lap it up like honey
I enjoy being a girl!

I flip when a fellow sends me flowers,
I drool over dresses made of lace,
I talk on the telephone for hours
With a pound and a half of cream upon my face!

I'm strictly a female female
And my future I hope will be
In the home of a brave and free male
Who'll enjoy being a guy having a girl... like... me.

When men say I'm sweet as candy
As around in a dance we whirl,
It goes to my head like brandy,
I enjoy being a girl!

When someone with eyes that smoulder
Says he loves ev'ry silken curl
That falls on my iv'ry shoulder,
I enjoy being a girl!

When I hear the compliment'ry whistle
That greets my bikini by the sea,
I turn and I glower and I bristle,
But I happy to know the whistle's meant for me!

I'm strictly a female female
And my future I hope will be
In the home of a brave and free male
Who'll enjoy being a guy having a girl... like... me.

Monday, January 21, 2013

A short fiction

Fiction is what this executive order is:

Just sayin.. he runs up more in debt than all the other presidents combined, but says he's doing "efficient spending".  People are screaming about a 1% cut in the RATE of increase, in that "it can't be done to the welfare state".  a ONE percent in the rate of growth can't be done? Note: a 1% decrease in the rate of growth would save almost a trillion dollars.

If you want to try to figure out if you want to laugh, cry, or do both at the same time, check out the Executive Order on "Efficient Spending" linked above!

This really works!

And MIRACLES too! really! I can see the top of my coffee table! I used to use the Sidetracked Home Executives method of doing  housework, and my house was spotless...then I went & volunteered to teach PreK and K at church, when they needed a teacher. For 4 years, my house fell by the wayside, as I was gone M-F from 7 till around 6 or 7 each night.

After hubby doing lots of sighing at me, and wishing I could get caught up again, I am back to their method of keeping house.

You can find their book at Amazon,

You'll hear the stories of the 'slob sisters', and how they found a method that isn't taught in those "how to organize stuff" books - that assume you're ALREADY an organized person!

I can't highly recommend this system/book enough.  There is also a website, that you can go sign up for, and it will help you along with your daily routines -

In their emails, there are testimonials to some of the stuff they sell (I skip that), and go to the Flight Plan, each week has a mission - a small mission, but a necessary one nonetheless - this is today's mission:

Zone 4: Mission #1 Monday

Dear Friends:

This week we are in the Master Bedroom. Today I want you to spend 15 minutes under your bed! LOL! Take this time to get the things out from under the bed that you have shoved under there during a mad stash and dash through the house.15 minutes might not be enough, but for today, just try to put a dent in the stuff that you have put there. Things that just don't belong. If you don't have anything under your bed, then grab a vacuum cleaner or broom and get the dust bunnies that have been multiplying under there. Have fun with this, just 15 minutes, set you time and go go go!

I hate to say it, but I'm afraid of what I'm going to find under the bed! those dust bunnies might have mutated into things with fangs.  Not to mention, we have those green Anoles living around here.  The time they come into the house by the scads is just over, and I'm sure to find several dead ones.  Good thing we have a futon frame, I can lift the futon, and pull up the boards to look under there good with a flashlight! hah! When the girls were young, they had hamsters and gerbils - one night a gerbil got out - we found him under our bed. I blinded him with the flashlight while hubby grabbed him & we popped him back into his cage.  Sneaky bugger! 

Well I've been putting off my chores long enough to drink a cup of coffee, time to get started for the day.  :) 

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

This is ridiculous

I saw this the other week, and just now getting around to talking about it - the "poor" in America, with what they get in monetary and non-monetary help, make as much as someone earning a 60,000$ income in the US.  Now is that "poor"? Far from it, a 60,000$ salary in the US is upper middle class!  So much for "the poor" in the US. I'd say the only truly poor are those out on the streets, who mostly are insane and need to be in an institution, but aren't (thanks to good ole liberalism). Wyatt Emerich, from MS, documented these figures:

Now if you're not going "this is ridiculous" also, you have a problem with reality.

It appears that his figures are flying all over the internet, and the original paper's site is down - but I found a PDF of the article: so you can go read all his conclusions for yourself.  The New Republic (quite the lefty paper) of course disputes all these figures (gee, who'da thunk it?), but...

After being in line at the grocery store quite often behind people using their Lone Star Card (Texas' version of the Food Stamps), I agree with this chart.  I'm behind people spending 2 or 3 hundred, on CRAP food.  When I'm talking CRAP, I mean stuff that I won't buy because 1. it's a nutritional waste or 2. It's too darn expensive!

One example of "its too darn expensive" was a woman buying tuna fish for her child's lunches.  Was she purchasing cans of tuna fish? No, small packets (that contain less, and cost almost a dollar more than a can) of tuna fish.  Was it store brand? No, it was Starkist.  A can of Starkist tuna at our grocery store is 74c.  A packet of Starkist tuna in a little foil packet is $1.57.  The can contains more tuna, almost twice as much, and is way cheaper.  Now, which one would you choose, if you had any comnmon sense at all? Just sayin!

Another example of CRAP food are the extremely sweet cereals that are basically desserts with some vitamins thrown in for good measure, and Pop-Tarts. I was behind a woman who spent roughly $365 and some change on her grocery bill, she had 4 boxes of Eggo cereal, and 5 large boxes of Pop-Tarts. Breakfast for your kids? Whatever happened to cereal that might be good for them, eggs, toast, fruit, etc?  Am I THAT crazy that I fed my kids actual food, instead of sugar?

I guess I am.. because if they said they wanted some candy, I'd give them fruit instead.  Our oldest got "candy" - Gramma gave her chopped dates as "candy" if she wanted some.  And when we went to the all-you-can eat buffet at Ryan's, the kids would eat, and then before they were allowed to go eat dessert, they had to go fill up a plate with fruit and eat that.  To this day, they still get a plate of fruit before going to the dessert bar, and they are in their early 20's.

I'm also for urine tests if you get money from the government. ALL money, including Social Security.  Why? Because the wild & free generation of flower children are now retiring, and I'm guessing more than a couple never gave up the habit of drug use.  "But you're meaaaaaaaaaannnnnnn".  Why, yes I am! Thank you very much! hah!

Enjoy your day, it's in the 30s down here in s. Texas.

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Jeff Foxworthy style!

I was going through my email, and came across this gem from Wayne Allen Root:

Obama might be a socialist if:

If you don’t understand that the reason babies scream hysterically the moment they are born is because they instantly realize they are facing a future of $100 trillion in debt, hyperinflation, 80 percent tax rates and no jobs, you might be a socialist.

If you think it’s a good idea to run America based on big government, big unions, big taxes, big spending and “social justice” — even though Detroit is a one-party Democratic town run with those exact same policies for decades that is now a bankrupt, empty city that leads the Nation in poverty, food stamps, murder, abandoned buildings and broken street lamps, you might be a socialist.

If the only thing you, your cabinet members and czars know about business is from books you read at Harvard or Columbia (all of which were written by Karl Marx), you might be a socialist.

If you want to allocate hundreds of millions of dollars to the Internal Revenue Service to go after tax cheats — even though your Administration is filled with tax cheats, including the guy in charge of America’s taxes (Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner), you might be a socialist.

If you created the name “Cash for Clunkers” yet you don’t realize all the bribes you’ve given to your most loyal Democratic voters should be called “Cash for Flunkers,” you might be a socialist.

If you think food stamps, disability, aid to dependent children and unemployment checks are “economic stimulus,” you might be a socialist.

If you believe it’s greedy for taxpayers to want to keep more of their own money that they earned but it’s not greedy to demand government confiscate other people’s money and redistribute it to those who didn’t earn it (i.e., your voters), you might be a socialist.

If your tax policies are so onerous that even Denise Rich, one of the leading Democrat contributors in America for the past three decades, renounces her U.S. citizenship to move to Austria, you might be a socialist.

If you think George W. Bush adding $4 trillion to the National debt in eight years was an embarrassment, a travesty and a disgrace but you have no problem adding $6 trillion to the National debt in only four years, you might be a socialist — and a world-class hypocrite, too.

If you actually said “You didn’t build that” to business owners because you think bridges, roads, highways, airports, schools and hospitals led to their success but you don’t understand that business owners and taxpayers paid all the taxes that paid for government to build all those things in the first place and government ought to be thanking us, you might be a socialist.

If you call yourself a “champion of small business” while you demonize small-business owners in every speech and media interview, try desperately to raise their taxes and eliminate their tax deductions, and in just your first four years as President passed more than 60,000 new rules, regulations and mandates that make it impossible to run a lemonade stand in America anymore, you might be a socialist.

If you think the “White House party crashers” are terrible people because they crashed your White House state dinner without an invitation but you want to give instant citizenship to millions of uninvited “illegal immigrants” who crashed our border, you might be a socialist.  

If you think it’s terrible that a college or law student has to pay $9 per month for her own contraception but you see no problem with colleges and law schools — run by your most loyal leftist intellectual supporters — charging that same student $50,000 per year to attend that school so ultra-liberal professors can be paid $250,000 per year for teaching one course per week, you might be a socialist.

If you think anyone who doesn’t read The New York Times is dumb and ignorant but think it’s OK that the Democratic-controlled Congress passed a 2,000-page healthcare bill without reading it, you might be a socialist.

If you think New York Times columnist Paul Krugman deserves a Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences and you deserve a Nobel Peace Prize even though neither of you ever created a job or did anything to produce one minute of peace in the world, you might be a socialist — and an egomaniac, too.

If you think it’s OK to meet with dictators, bullies, tyrants, communists, American-haters and terrorist sympathizers without preconditions but have no interest in meeting with Republican leaders in Congress, you might be a socialist.

If you think it’s OK to give Constitutional rights to terrorists but not to the bondholders, shareholders and secured creditors of GM and Chrysler when you stole the company from them and awarded it to your biggest contributors (the same unions that bankrupted them), you might be a socialist.

If you think it was a good idea to steal $26 billion from U.S. taxpayers to save the $100,000 pensions of union members at GM and Chrysler but it was just fine to allow all the non-union autoworkers to lose their pensions, you might be a socialist.

If you think the “fiscal cliff” is about actually being forced to actually cut some government spending when the real “fiscal cliff” is the $6 trillion you added to the National debt in your first term, you might be a socialist.
If you think things are “moving in the right direction” when food stamp rolls are growing 75 times faster than job rolls, you might be a socialist.

If you think Raul Castro, the leader of communist Cuba, firing 1 million government employees by telling them “government can no longer employ or take care of everyone” and promising to fire another million this year isn’t a hint that perhaps America needs to reduce our workforce of 22 million government employees, you might be a socialist.

If you think it was OK for Nancy Pelosi to pass Obamacare so she could benefit from the special clause on page 1,890 that gives free facelifts to public officials, you might be a socialist. (Just kidding!)

If you want to convert America to a “green economy” to create millions of “new jobs” (even though Spain has proven the green economy destroys three times as many jobs as it creates and leads to 25 percent unemployment — 50 percent unemployment among young adults), you might be a socialist — and an idiot, too.

If you claim to have “saved” millions of jobs with your stimulus package but the labor participation rate is the lowest since 1982 (and for men, it’s the lowest since 1948), you might be a socialist and it’s obvious you learned math from a teachers’ union member in a failing public school.

If you claim you are a fan of oil drilling and you have “dramatically increased” oil drilling during your first term as President while oil drilling permits are actually down more than 60 percent, you might be a socialist – and a liar, too.

If you think denying an American a job, government contract or entry to college because of the color of his skin is immoral and criminal but that giving someone a job, government contract or college admission
because of the different color of his skin is “social justice,” you might be a socialist — and a racist, too.

If you want to abandon capitalism and put the economy under the control of government bureaucrats even though virtually every city, county, State and Federal department run by these same bureaucrats is heavily in debt, you might be a socialist.

If you favor taxpayer bailouts of companies who give you campaign contributions and hand out almost $1 trillion in “stimulus” to unions and leading Democratic bundlers and contributors and hide it by refusing to disclose who got the money or how much, you might be a socialist — and a fascist, too.

If you think putting the same government that brought us Amtrak and the U.S. Postal Service in charge of our healthcare will save us money, you might be a socialist.

If your solution to Medicare eating up almost the entire budget and driving the country into bankruptcy within 20 years is passing Obamacare so we can expand Medicare to everyone, you might be a socialist — and I’m betting you flunked out of public school math.

If you claim you can’t find anything to cut in your budget yet you just gave $1 billion dollars to the radical, American-hating, Muslim Brotherhood leadership of Egypt, you might be a socialist.

If you want to take guns away from law-abiding Americans because a mentally ill nutcase went on a killing rampage at a school designated as a “gun-free zone” (which advertised to that same nutcase that he would face absolutely no opposition because everyone inside was a helpless, defenseless sitting duck), you might be a socialist.

If you blame guns for killing children in Newtown, Conn., but it doesn’t occur to you that you sold guns to Mexican drug lords in the “Fast and Furious” scandal that resulted in 300 murders, including a U.S. border agent, you might be a socialist – and a fraud, too.

If want to lower the cost of healthcare but purposely left “tort reform” out of your signature healthcare reform because you, your wife and virtually every member of your Administration are lawyers, you might be a socialist lawyer.

If you think Whoopi Goldberg and Joy Behar of ABC’s “The View” represent the moderate wing of the Democratic Party, you might be a socialist.

If you’re a Columbia University professor and you ever gave a student named Barack Obama an “A” in economics, you might be a socialist — and you shouldn’t be teaching economics.

And finally, in the 8th year of the Obama Presidency, if Bangladesh is hosting “Aid America” concerts, we definitely have a socialist President.

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