Tuesday, November 04, 2008
I can tell this, this event and the sure missteps that are sure to come from this future administration will mobilize the Republican party like no event in the last 30 years and two years from now in the mid-term elections, the Democrats currently planning the demise of this country will be thrown out on their ass.
One other prediction before I get some sleep since I have to work tomorrow unlike many of the Obama kool-aid drinkers in Grant Park tonight. Joe Lieberman will switch party affiliation to the Republican Party shortly after the new Congress is swore in. Sarah Palin will run for US Senate taking Ted Stevens seat and while she kicks ass and takes names for a couple of years, she will be building a base so she can run for President in 2012.
To all the leftist, socialist wackos out there who voted for Obama, enjoy tonight because you will be held accountable for your actions.
You know what? They are right, there will be an end to the partisan bickering because with their majorities they will just ramrod their liberal, socialist agenda down the throats of the American people because Obama will not stand up to them and the Republicans will not be able to stop them. This pair is the scariest part of this election cycle and unfortunately I think that Obama owes too much to the far left of the Democratic Party to govern as a Bill Clinton like centrist. Huffington Post and Daily Kos will eat him alive. On second thought I enjoy Democrats eating their own.
At this point, Fox News has the race as 207 Electoral votes for Obama and 129 for McCain. The McCain campaign is quietly acknowledging that there might not be path to the White House at this point. Whoa, I am having flashbacks to Bush/Quayle in '92. That night sucked and this night is starting to look as shitty.
Boy, Hillary has got to be really freaking pissed off. Now she has to potentially wait until 2016 to run for President again. Nah, she has the balls to run against Obama in 2012 if he sucks as bad as I think he might.
Interesting point, more of registered voters were contacted by the Obama campaign then the McCain campaign. Does anyone think that has to do with the millions of dollars that Obama raised after going back on his word about taking public financing?
One other point before I take a quick break, I am currently in Livingston, New Jersey and not home in Chicago. Frankly I am glad for that considering that I only live 15 minutes from downtown Chicago and it is going to be "off the hook" as one Obama supporter just told MSNBC. I swear that network seeks out the most intellectually devoid people to interview just so it can make their anchors look smarter.
I have no idea but I will tell you this, a extremely liberal Senate and House scares me much worse then a possible President Obama. He does not have the balls to stand up to Congress and they will try to ram through all of their leftist agenda. That my friends scares the Hell out of me.
While we are on the topic of what scares me, try this on for size. What do we really know about Obama? What if only half of what the Republicans and John McCain tried to pin on Obama is true? I can already hear a hearty "I told you so" coming from the usual suspects of talking heads.
Stay tuned for more......I have a feeling that this freaking mess is just the thing to push me back into blogging full-time. At least we might have one thing to thank Obama for.
Friday, October 24, 2008
Friday, May 30, 2008
Ken Sherman is a piano teacher, which while being a noble and decent profession, in no way qualifies him for a political office.
You can see the first post I did on Sherman here. I explain in that post why he shouldn't even be consider by anyone that considers themselves a conservative, but I want to recap that and tell you why I am posting about this again.
Ken Sherman has posted (and taken down when it was pointed out what he did) anti-semitic videos on his only website, a myspace page. Any candidate for an office higher than Student Council at a high school should have an actual website. I have no idea if Ken is running a campaign on the cheap, he doesn't know any better or he is simply thinking that only a myspace page is good enough, because Ken won't return calls.
Ken has also promoted events sponsored by Move On Dot Org, an extremely far left group. The event he promoted on his myspace page was a candle light vigil against the war, which by default means he is against the troops.
Ken's campaign manager has posted lies about Ken's opponent, Armineh Chelebian, while at the same time failing to divulge his position in the campaign. While it may not be illegal to post comments without divulging your position in a campaign, it is extremely unethical to do so, especially when you are posting comments in favor of your employer and posting lies about your employers opponent.
Theer has been some speculation amongst some activists here that Ken Sherman is a mole from the Democrat party, and is only running to secure the nomination so he can drop out and leave the seat uncontested for the Democrats. If Ken Sherman does win next Tuesday, and drops out of the race I'd like to see the Attorney General of California open an investigation into Ken's finances and those close to him. I'd be willing to bet that if he is a mole, he has a handshake deal with the Dems to get paid for securing the seat for them. But that's just a theory of mine.
I tried several times to speak with Ken, and after reaching him on his cell he said he'd call me later. His steadfast refusal to get together for a one on one so he could present his side of the issues is proof positive to me that he is hoping to ride this out until Tuesday.
So spread the word. Don't vote for Ken Sherman if you live in the 40th district in California. If you do and by some stretch of the imagination he wins you will be getting what you voted for. An unresponsive person of questionable character.
*DISCLAIMER; These are my thoughts only. I am not connected in any official capacity with any campaign for any office.
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
The Mad Tech Returns.......
I thought I would weigh in with just a few thoughts as the Dems once again step in it and share a few predictions for the coming months of Presidential Politics. As for those that do not know me or have not read anything I have written I welcome you and encourage to continue on but certainly be warned that this blog is anything but politically correct and is certainly not safe for those that are of the weak knee-ed liberal persuasion. Now before I get started, any comments that accuse me or being a racist or adding fire to the race discussion with be forwarded to my good buddy and the ultimate reverse racist, Jesse Jackson. In fact I am hoping that he will call for a boycott of Google, the parent company of Blogger, and drive the stock price down to where I can buy a few shares. It is also worth noting that I cannot be a racist given the simple fact that my best friend is black, my wife is Hispanic and as a result so are my kids. But what I can be is the guy who has the balls to speak a little common sense, say what you are thinking and point out the obvious to those that need a smack in the mouth every now and then but enough said, on with the show.
As we eagerly await the release of some eleven thousand documents from the Clinton White House detailing what the heck Hillary was doing for eight years in her husband's administration, I will drop a few nuggets on what my least favorite senator from Illinois has been talking about this afternoon. Don't worry I will return to Hill/Bill in a future post since she is by far much more fun to ridicule Obama.
Senator Obama tried very hard today to define the topic of his racist preacher and race in general as off limits in this presidential race. I have read the entire transcript of his speech and in my humble opinion all he accomplished was muddying the water further and certainly not clearing up anyone's concerns. By not outright disowning the comments of Reverend Wright, Senator Obama has acknowledged that he is some small part is accepting of the reverse racism mentality and his feeble justification about that is just how Rev. Wright is and how we need to move past the old guard opinions and work together. The comments of Rev. Wright are no better than the universally accepted racist Louis Farrakhan and yet there is no outcry from the congregation. It is worthy of note that Rev. Wright gave an award named for himself and presented by his church's news magazine to Louis Farrakhan for being a man that "truly epitomized greatness." You can read the beginning of an article from the Nov/Dec double issue here that just falls all over itself in praising Louie.
Putting this association aside for a moment let me pose a question to all of you that do attend church on a regular basis. If you were sitting in church on Sunday and instead of hearing about the teachings of Jesus, you heard about how evil the US Government and how terrible it is to live in a country that is becoming overrun by illegal immigrates and how hard it is to be white in a country that is increasingly being dominated by whiny minorities. Some would write it off as a rant that is not in step with society and some would leave that church never to return. I would be in the latter group and the fact that my children attend a school run by my church would not dissuade me in the least. So given the two scenarios, one based in reality and the other a hypothetical, I would pray that the results would be the same, the church would be punished for it's out of step views by decreased attendance and financial support from the community. It is no more acceptable for a black man/woman to preach racism then it is for a white man/woman or a brown man/woman or any color.
People may write this off as just an older person whose views are tainted by his struggle in a racist America during the 50's and 60's and that would be terribly wrong to do. I've heard today from various news outlets that this type of speech is common in black churches and frankly I hope that is not true for the sake of our country. This is the same mentality that older Islamic imams teach to this current generation of terrorists and we have all seen the results of ignoring that hate speech. Now I am not saying that Rev. Wright and by extension Senator Obama are churning out a new generation of American terrorist but they are certainly extending the same old cycle of some black Americans looking upon themselves as victims of a hateful white America. It is this very mentality that continues to cause race issues in all facets of this country. We certainly do need to move past the same old argument that this country will be forever divided by race and work together to prevent the exact occurrences that Senator Obama outlined in the second half of his speech. But and this is a huge but, I do not agree with one single thing politically that Senator Obama has ever espoused. But that is between he and I and maybe we will have it out next time he is in town and we meet for breakfast.
The item that I do agree on, and pray that most of the country does as well, is that race cannot divide us if we are to move forward as a society. Most Americans under the age of say 35 are much more open in their relationships and views on their fellow Americans then the previous generation. I like many have or have had older family members that are or were flat out racists and they should be condemned by all, regardless of color or ethnicity. I am encouraged by this stance of Senator Obama but I say it is too little too late. He cannot unite anyone if there remains a doubt about his view of white America, who he will need in the general election, and this government. Right or wrong, our form of government is the best in the world and while we depend on it to certain degrees, some more than others, there is enormous opportunity in this country and if one wants to succeed then they will. I will make a prediction in regards to Senator Obama and the recent discovery of his quiet acceptance of the racist and vile comments by his long time preacher, he will not win in Pennsylvania or Indiana or North Carolina and Hillary will once again believe that she can win the nomination. This will only further split the Democratic Party and as a conservative and registered Republican, I quietly will enjoy the side show. We have a long way to go in keeping the White House and I am preparing a heart-felt thank you to the Democrats for once again snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.
Sound off if you like but in the meantime I wish you goodnight and good luck.