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This guy is a nutbar! In case you don’t know this jackass, he’s a Democrat Congressman from central Florida known for his outlandish behavior and outbursts.

Yesterday, Orange County Florida Republicans were having a regular meeting at their local Perkins Family Restaurant when Grayson crashed the gathering and started running his big yap about being interrupted and “spied on.” He appears to be nuts.

Now, I don’t condone violence, but if this clown ever interrupts a meeting I’m at that he wasn’t invited to, he’s getting forcibly bounced out on his fat ass. “Nuff said”.

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Schultz, or........

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D.-Fla.) has been blathering about the new health care law not making it mandatory that individuals buy health insurance. Apparently she didn’t read it, because the bill’s language says otherwise.

At an April 5 town hall meeting in Fort Lauderdale, someone asked Wasserman Shultz where the Constitution authorized Congress to mandate that individuals buy health insurance. She responded that the new health care law did not require individuals to buy health insurance. “We actually have not required in this law that you carry health insurance,” Wasserman Schultz said at the town hall meeting.

...Schultz???? Quite the Resemblance!

Her mis-informed press secretary, Jonathan Beeton, said it was true that the health care law did not mandate that individuals buy health insurance and that Wasserman Schultz stood by her assertion at the town hall meeting.

He said Schultz’s remarks were, “…accurate. You have a choice of insuring yourself with affordable coverage, or paying an assessment that will offset the burden you place on other insured Americans and taxpayers by not being insured.”

Her ability to represent people reminds me of the famous character of the same last name…Schultz, from the old television series, “Hogan’s Heros”. Schultz had a famous line that went like this: “I see NOTHING! I know NOTHING!” Seems appropriate to compare images of the two.

I think I see a resemblance.

The Democrats have been crying about recent death threats and acts of vandalism in the wake of the healthcare legislation they voted into law last weekend.  It appears by news reports that there have been death threats phoned in to several members of Congress, shots fired through windows of Democratic party offices, and  bricks thrown through windows. 

While I do not condone violence, I have to say….what did they expect?  They were elected to represent the American people and instead they assume this role of “leader” and make decisions not based on the needs of their constituents, rather their own ideological dreams of conquest. Who do these idiots think they are? 

What’s even more disturbing is that these idiots point a finger of blame at some of the news pundits, insinuating that they are fueling these violent acts.  Hey, Reid and Pelosi, I have a clue for you!!  These acts of violence are directed at you because you yourselves have fueled them with your tax-and-spend mentality that is driving our country into bankruptcy. If you want to know where the problem lies, look in the mirror. You have aligned yourselves with the likes of the king whom the revolutionaries of the 1700’s rebelled against. They took up arms, decided they had enough taxation without representation, and took control of their own destiny. 

Sound familiar?

Ok…game on.  Let’s see if it’s possible to read this thing by the Sunday vote.

Just remember this ridiculous timeframe when you vote this election cycle.

pelosi healthcare townhallNance Pelosi, Speaker of the House and liberal lefty, makes no apologies for driving a healthcare reform bill that poll after poll clearly show Americans don’t want.

Here’s the kicker: Congress will be starting a recess on March 27. During this two-week recess, Congressional members will have to go home to face angry constituents that will remind them of their upcoming election defeat if they vote for this bad legislation.  This means they can’t have a town hall meeting to discuss other issues without getting flamed by people angry about this government takeover of healthcare.  So, the push is on to get this crummy bill passed before the recess. 

Ladies and gentlemen, that’s why I think Nancy Pelosi flies a broom to work everyday. Knowing that people don’t want this bill, knowing that this bill will break the country, knowing that the only consideration is that Pelosi thinks she knows what’s best for us, she is desperately trying to pass this bill before the break.  Asked if health care could be done by the Passover-Easter recess, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said only, “That would be my hope”. 

Asked if her being thrown out of office by the liberal lefties in San Francisco would cure part of our country’s problems, I responded, “That would be MY hope”.

 One day a florist went to a barber for a haircut. After the cut, he asked about his bill, and the barber replied, “I cannot accept money from you.  I’m doing community service this week.” The florist was pleased and left the shop.

When the barber went to open his shop the next morning, there was a “thank you” card and a dozen roses waiting for him at his door.

Later, a police officer came in for a haircut and when he tried to pay his bill, the barber again replied, “I cannot accept money from you. I’m doing community service this week.” The officer was happy and left the shop.

The next morning when the barber went to open up, there was a “thank you” card and a dozen donuts waiting for him at his door.

A Congressman came in for a haircut and when he went to pay his bill, the barber again replied, “I can not accept money from you.  I’m doing community service this week.” The Congressman was very happy and left the shop.

The next morning, when the barber went to open up, there were a dozen Congressmen lined up waiting for a free haircut. And that, my friends, illustrates the fundamental difference between the citizens of our country and the politicians who run it.

A CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll released over the weekend indicates that 86% of Americans believe that the government is broken.  That surprises me, as I believe that number to be higher.

However, of those 86%, the poll shows that 81% say it can be fixed and 5% believe that it’s beyond repair. In this blog, I shall attempt to address that 5%.

Our government can be fixed. To think that it can’t doesn’t say much for our ability to fix things. I say this because it is you and I….me, my neighbor, your neighbor, you….that can fix this government. The plan for fixing it starts at the voting booth. It’s a simple multi-part process that even the simplest of person can carry out. It is as follows:

1)      Identify the incumbent.

2)      Don’t vote for the incumbent.

 If every voter carries this out in the coming election, roughly 1/3 of the Senate and the entire House of Representatives will be replaced with new, fresh faces. These new Representatives and Senators will have a clear understanding of how they were elected and how quickly they can be replaced if they do not represent the voters.

This election season, corporations, unions, candidates, and special interest groups will spend millions of dollars to convince voters to vote for the candidate that will serve their greed in the best possible manner. But, no matter how much money they spend, they can only ask for your vote, they cannot control your vote…unless you let them.


President Obama unwraps his new budget today, which will put another $1.3 trillion in debt on the backs of the taxpayers next year.  I guess we should start the telethon calls to China ASAP if we are hoping to finance this debt. 

Of course, the President’s team is touting the three-year budget freeze as a sign of their fiscal responsibility.  They just forget to tell you that last year they increased federal spending across the board about 84% to prepare for the “freeze”.  They also fail to mention that the deficit number relies on the expiration of the tax cuts passed in 2001 and 2003. 

So, taxes are going up and so is our national debt, at record levels. Are you happy you voted for that hope and change?

Robert Gibbs, on the show Meet the Press on Sunday,  stated the healthcare bill was, “..still inside the five-yard line”.  Poor guy…while he was busy shilling for the President,  Nacy Pelosi stated this week that the House would move on several fronts to pass health care legislation. So, since they can’t figgure out how to make healthcare reform work as one comprehensive package, they will now find ways to slowly take away our health insurance by slamming tough insurance laws down out throats. Bottom line:  Our premiums will go up to support those that the insurance companies will be forced to cover.  Sound familiar?

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