This’ll Have Environmentalists Ticked!

November 30, 2008

The environmentalist tag-line is that drilling for oil damages the environment.  Yep.  If we drill for oil, we’re going to kill the flora and the fauna of the sea.

That works, however, until you see some of the benefits of drilling for oil.

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Why The Auto Industry Is Failing – Part 2.

November 28, 2008

In this part of the series, we discuss a favorite liberal technique for destroying industries: regulations.  And I’m specifically discussing: emissions regulations.

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Why The Auto Industry Is Failing – Part 1.

November 19, 2008

Up until a few years ago, I avoided the automotive sector like the plague when looking for a job.  I got canned at my previous position,  so the first decent offer that came along I jumped at.

It placed me at a supplier (of sorts) to the Big Three, and for the last several years I’ve been working at one of the auto companies.  Furthermore, not only have I been working for one of the auto companies, but also several other companies that supply domestic automakers with specific solutions (which my elusive nature forbids me to divulge).  Needless to say, I have a lot of inside information about the American auto companies.

I can say, with some credibility, that the people running places like GM, Ford, and Chrysler had very little to do with their current predicament.  Most of the failures at the Big Three were brought on by the federal government, and liberals in generals.  So, I decided to do a series of posts on the reasons for the impending collapse of the auto industry.

In this post, we examine labor unions.

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A Post-mortem On How Obama Got Elected.

November 18, 2008

I’ll tell you this up-front: there’s very little I can add to what I’m going to link to concerning this post.  A Zogby poll was commissioned by John Ziegler, the author of The Death of Free Speech.  The questions were directed to people who voted for Barack “The Nazarine” Obama in the general election.

The results of the poll should make any freedom-loving US citizen seriously ill.

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A Prime Example of Liberal Tactics.

November 12, 2008

Have you seen the previews for the movie Twilight?  Basically, it’s a Romeo and Juliet-type story but with sexy vampires involved.

It is a classic example of liberal tactics.

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This Needs to be Seen, Part II.

November 11, 2008

Next on our stop of video clips that need to be seen, the Saturday Night Live spoof of The Countdown with Keith Olbermann.

Ben Affleck can barely contain cracking-up throughout the entire skit.

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My Take On the Obama Election Elation.

November 11, 2008

I’m driving home yesterday, and I turned the radio on.  I happened to be listening to WJR, which had the Mitch Albom Show on.

If you’ve read one of my previous posts, you know how little I think of Mitch Albom.  He’s a liberal.  He’s also a dolt.

Anyway, so he’s going on about how we all have to come together to support Barack (The Nazarine) Obama’s presidency (a subject that I will touch-on in another post), and how certain people – namely: Rush Limbaugh – were predictable in their partisan attitude.  Basically, and I’m paraphrasing here, Mitch said that “real Americans” are coming together to support Barack Obama.

Nice, eh?  Now, people like me aren’t real Americans.  I guess this qualifies as a member of the media questioning my patriotism?

Putting that aside, his real interest was how black people were so enthralled with the fact that Barack Obama is going to be President of the United States; something what (as he put it) white people couldn’t really understand.  Albom claimed that white people are curious over the black reaction to an Obama presidency.

As a white person, the reaction didn’t surprise me at all.  And I’m happy to explain this phenomena to Mr. Albom, though I don’t think he’s going to like my analysis of this condition.

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