Tuesday, April 06, 2010
Ron Paul rules AGAIN


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Saturday, March 20, 2010
Hilary Clinton sez...

...we need to sell those buildings we RENT. No wonder she got into this whole Whitewater scandal!

Posted at 3/20/2010 3:09:35 pm by greatcow95
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Sunday, March 07, 2010
Watch me be Nostradamus again!

Yes, Dubya wasn't the antichrist, no matter what the Nostradamus people say. Was he a bad president? That's up for history to decide but I think he won't be remembered well. Anyway, here we go again with Mabus, thus proving once again the Nostradamus people have no idea what they're doing. This means I don't support the theory I will present, but will present it because the Nostradamus people are just idiots sometimes.

They say Mabus is a combination of Osama bin Laden and George W. Bush, which doesn't really work with anything Nostradamus does for the other two. Napolon Roi was Napoleon. Hister was Hitler. Mabus is most likely ONE PERSON and said one person is a slight misspelling of the name based upon the other two.

Now onto Mabus. If we're going to make it into something that involves two names, we can do it with Obama and Osama. Both names are similar with the exception of one letter--B or S. Both are present in Mabus. Notice how the first syllable is similar to the names when pronounced with an "ah" vowel sound.

You'll also notice the u in Mabus without any kind of explanation. This U vowel in Mabus is in there based on the fact that both names are also spelled with a U instead of an O. Ubama is a misspelling of Obama, and Usama is another spelling of Osama.

So there you have it. Another Nostradamus antichrist exposed! No need for thanks.

Posted at 3/7/2010 3:10:48 pm by greatcow95
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Obama's "Health OR ELSE"

So the Easter Recess is now the deadline for Obama's health scare legislation, which has now evolved into forcing every American to get health care through a private company OR ELSE!!!

Posted at 3/7/2010 11:55:37 am by greatcow95
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Sunday, February 21, 2010
We're bailing out WAL-MART

Did you know we are technically bailing out WAL-MART while it continues to make billions upon billions of dollars to the actual tune of $25,000 PER MINUTE???




Posted at 2/21/2010 5:48:26 pm by greatcow95
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Ron Paul wins!!!

There might be hope for the Republican Party yet.

Ron Paul won the Conservative Political Action Committee's presidential straw poll, getting 31% of the vote. Either the Republicans have finally gotten their heads out of their asses or the CPAC has been taken over by Ron Paul supporters. Either way, Ron Paul winning this kind of thing is great!

Posted at 2/21/2010 5:35:56 pm by greatcow95
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Saturday, February 20, 2010
Sarah Palin responds on Fox

It appears this has been vote botted by people who either agree with McFarlane or EXTREMISTS who just disagree with Sarah Palin 100% of the time.


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Thursday, February 11, 2010
Kentucky Fried Cruelty


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Sunday, February 01, 2009
Will you be out of a job this year?

It is day twelve of the Obama administration. Guantanamo is closing down as a detention center, and water-boarding is officially torture under this administration. However, the following have not been accomplished:

1. Gay marriages and or civil unions recognized nationally

2. Expansion of hate crimes to include crimes committed against the LGBT community.

3. Removal of "Don't ask, don't tell" and the full acceptance of gays in the military.

4. Adoption rights of the LGBT community.

5. Expansion of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to include the LGBT community.


From Forbes Magazine comes a picture of doom and gloom. Many national brand names are set to close down more stores and put more people on the unemployment rolls. Needless to say, the worst is yet to come in terms of sales. Consumers are thrifty now, and with that, several items will be shunned.

Who are already dead? Well, the list right now is Circuit City, Linens 'N Things, Mervyn's, and Sharper Image. Now Sharper Image is planning on selling their high end merchandise through other retailers, so it will stay alive in that respect.

Forbes also says Sears is in danger of closing several stores or even going completely dead. One analyst named Britt Beemer says they might not even make it through the year. Many higher end eating places (even Applebees) will see some of their doors close also. In this economy, it's el cheapo or bust.

So who is in danger this year? Without a complete rehash of the article, here is the list:

1. Charming Shoppes (Lane Bryant, Fashion Bug, Catherines). They are in huge debt.

2. Eddie Bauer. Their stocks are trading at fifty cents right now and that is certainly a death-knell for the company.

3. Timberland. This one has the vaguest forecast from Forbes, as the sponsor of the Sundance Film Festival will most likely have some more stores close down.

4. Ann Taylor. Their stores are a little better off than others, but they have announced fifty-seven store closings over the next two years. Certainly not a good thing.

5. Zales/Piercing Pagoda. They have shut down twelve percent of their stores so far and are "in freefall" according to Forbes.

6. Pep Boys. They've closed six percent of their stores so far and are in as bad a shape as the auto industry.

7. Sprint/Nextel. So far, Sprint has closed nine percent of their stores and have such a narrow line in this area that the new thrifty consumers just aren't going for them.

8. Starbucks. Starbucks is just too expensive in this age of the thrifty consumer and many are now abandoning Starbucks for McDonald's McCafè.

9. Pacific Sunwear (Pac Sun). This one has closed sixteen percent of their stores in 2008. This one is the most unlikely candidate to go away, though.

10. Gap. Downgraded shares and hundreds of future store closings just aren't good.

It seems like economic hope is little more than a silly thing for this year.

Posted at 2/1/2009 11:38:53 am by greatcow95
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Tuesday, January 20, 2009
The alternate address

This is day one of the Barack Obama presidency and the following have not been accomplished:

1. Gay marriages and or civil unions recognized nationally

2. Expansion of hate crimes to include crimes committed against the LGBT community.

3. Removal of "Don't ask, don't tell" and the full acceptance of gays in the military.

4. Adoption rights of the LGBT community.

5. Expansion of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to include the LGBT community.

Five things Obama was in support of during the election cycle and these five things will be what I will hold Barack Obama and the Democratic Party accountable for.

To answer Obama's rhetorical question, "The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works — whether it helps families find jobs at a decent wage, care they can afford, a retirement that is dignified," the LGBT answer is an astounding no. Our family isn't even recognized, if we're outed we stand a chance of getting fired just for who we are, and retirement is not dignified if the person we have spent our lives with has died. It's exactly the opposite.

Just like other rights issues (the right to vote, the right to equality, and many others), it is not a path for the faint-hearted and it is still a journey that continues today. We have fought with the rest of the country for freedom. We fought with the rest of this country to end slavery. We have fought with the rest of this country to allow others to have the same rights that have eluded us. During that time, we have patiently waited. This community has said time and time again, "Soon it will be our turn. One day, we'll be equal." That day has still not come.

The challenges of the LGBT community are not new. They have been in existence for a lot of recorded history. They've been in existence for many difference groups. Yet when we see other people getting exactly the equality that can be given to us, we are left wondering why we're even here. Why are we here in a country that is based on being endowed with "unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness"? How is the current system "...deny(ing) not to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws"?

We continue to brave our icy waters toward equality, and we continue to endure our storms. We continue to be tested, and the future will realize that we didn't give up. The future will know that we never stayed down, but we got right back up and continued our long journey toward equality--an equality for all people for all generations.

Posted at 1/20/2009 12:34:04 pm by greatcow95
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