Friday, July 30, 2010

Gunowners Celebrate New Gun Law

Gunowners Celebrate New Gun Law
With all the celebration in the streets yesterday that the feds have made it legal to be illegal... and all the foreign flags flying on American soil... one liitle thing went virtually unnoticed... Arizona restored an 'infringed' on right. Gotta love this state.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

All the signs along the freeway are being updated this week.

Welcome to America! Please remember to register as a democrat as soon as possible.

Monday, July 26, 2010


I'm not an organized group. No membership. No chapter. No club. Nothing to sign. Nothing to join. No dues to pay.
I am the TEA Party!
I will defend the constitution of our founders, from all enemies, foreign and domestic. Unlike those in political office, I will keep that oath, at all costs. So help me God!
I am the TEA Party!
I believe that our Bill of Rights were granted to me as an individual. They are natural rights from God. Equal rights and opportunities... not equal things. I will look out for my fellow man... God commands me. But do not take of my labor by forced redistribution to fulfill a collective welfare agenda. That is not what our republic stands for. I will fight.
I am the TEA Party!
I believe in limited government and that those we elect are our servants.  They are not royalty. I do not fear them! I believe that our country is great and has been blessed by God. And that is the God, I trust.
I am the TEA Party!
I will leave you alone, if you do not tread on me. But don't expect me to go away. I've been asleep too long and now look what has happened. I have a lot of work to do. It's the least I can do for the sacrifices others have already made. I am relearning the history that has been hidden from me. I know the truth and I know the lies.
I am the TEA Party! 
Call me names. Question my motives and character. You have that right which I will defend. It just empowers me more. Actually you have woken me up. So thank you.
I am the TEA Party!

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

A soldier's perspective

A friend at work emailed me this morning... be sure to read the last sentence a few times.

Here's a comment from my son as he was flying home from Afghanistan.

"The death of a fellow soldier is something that is hard to describe. I have seen it, felt it and don't really care to discuss it much. Some I knew, some I will never know. Our plane back from Afghanistan carried the bodies of two fallen heroes. I didn't know who they were, but I wondered every time I look at their flag draped containers on the floor of the plane. A sober reminder to live a life worthy of their sacrifice."


Monday, July 19, 2010

Words of wisdom from an unlikely patriot

'Authority should derive from the consent of the governed, not from the threat of force!'
 Barbie from Toy Story 3

I think it was very brave for Barbie to take a conservative stand especially coming from Hollywood. I hear after her breakup with Ken (he's gay you know) she started seeing GI Joe and her entire belief system changed. I now predict that TEA Party Barbie will be a huge success.

Friday, July 16, 2010

They fought for us... Pass it on!

As freemen it is time... it is now time to return that honor and fight for them.  III

A Local Hero vs Trash Journalism

We have a war hero in our community running for office. I'll comment after the story from PatriotPost.US

Profiles of Valor: Nick Popaditch

Nick Popaditch is a war hero. A Marine for 15 years, Gunnery Sergeant Popaditch became famous when the Associated Press photographed him smoking a cigar while his unit pulled down a statue of Saddam Hussein in April 2003. A year later, Popaditch was severely wounded during fighting in Fallujah -- he lost his right eye and much of his hearing after a grenade was thrown through the hatch of his M1A1 Abrams tank. He was later awarded a Purple Heart and a Silver Star.

Now, Popaditch, bald and wearing an eye patch, is running for Congress in California on a platform of limited government, strong national defense and secure borders. The race inspired a cartoon in the Imperial Valley (CA) Press that didn't go over too well. It depicts two skateboarders viewing a campaign poster of a bald man with an eye patch and cracking jokes about him. Even Popaditch's Democrat opponent criticized the cartoon, and the paper has since made an apology after explaining that they were mocking the skateboarders' ignorance, not the candidate himself. Popaditch said he wasn't offended: "I've got much thicker skin than that." Not surprisingly, the gaffe has raised his profile and may help him in November.

Skate boarder's ignorance? BULL SH*T! The community this paper comes from is 80% hispanic and I would guess half illegal. They are the closest county to Arizona and a La Raza hotbed. The latter makes them enemies of the republic. This paper caters to their philosophies. Yes, Popaditch is a better man than I with his words of not being offended. I for one am PISSED!

"Dont Tread On Me(Us) or My(Our) Heroes!"

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Fill in the blank:

"About as different as...                    "

My answer... Cow Tongue and Rib Eye Steak
 or... a Tyrant and a Servant

What's yours?


A scare tactic? Absolutely. It's not about safety or protection... never has been... regardless of what they say. It's about money. Reality is that the courts have ruled that law enforcement has no 'legal' obligation to respond to your calls anyways. We have always been on our own. More often than not they simply perform 'after the fact' reporting taking. Unless it's by entrapment for profit, they very seldom prevent ANY crime. Protection and preventing crime is up to you and I. To do so... to protect oneself... is a fundamental... God given right we need not ask permission to do. Our government (local, state and federal) can best be described as bad foster parents. They want you solely for the check that comes with you. After that, you're on your own. But that's ok. I'll give up the false security of police protection. Just don't infringe on me doing it myself. Remember... a right not exercised is a privilege that can be denied.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

The New Sensitive NASA

Brought to you by the FOOLS of this country...
and the FOOLS they elect to serve them.

A question... will female muslim astronauts of the new NASA have to wear the burka inside or outside the space helmet?

Update: Michelle Malkin just posted my NASA logo on her site, (and used the new title)