January 25, 2007

Global Warming

Walter E. Williams has a great article on global warming.

While you are at it, read about The Little Ice Age. Which really didn't end until about 1850. Many scientiests believe that the reason that we are warming is not due to human influence but due to the little ince age ending.

Plus there is the Medieval Warm Periods. Yeah, driving cars had a lot to do with that.

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January 23, 2007

President Pick

Here is my pick for President for 2008. Get behind this guy. He is what America is all about. Rep. Ron Paul. A Libertarian/Republican from Texas.

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January 17, 2007

The Socialist rears his head

Our esteemed Governor, Ed "Fast Eddie" Rendell is only less than a week into his second term, and already he is showing his true socialist roots.

In a bold plan, he is pushing for universal health care. He is suggesting an increase in tobacco taxes, a "fair use tax" on employers, and a new never before seen tax on smokeless tobacco and cigars.

Rendell's insurance coverage proposal would impose a "fair share" tax on employers who do not provide health insurance equal to 3 percent of their payroll, increase the state's $1.35-per-pack cigarette tax, and tax smokeless tobacco and cigars for the first time. That money would be supplemented with federal matching dollars, Rendell said.

The other states have taken varying approaches to paying for expanded insurance. Vermont, for example, relies on cigarette tax increases and a per-employee annual fee imposed on business that do not offer insurance, while the California proposal includes doctors and hospitals among those who must help pay.

Rendell acknowledged that the Legislature has been reluctant to tax smokeless tobacco and cigars, but said it was only fair to tax all tobacco products.

"How can we sit there and tax cigarette smoking and not tax smokeless tobacco and cigar smoking when we know the health risks and the cost to the overall public health system are just as great?" Rendell said.

Officials would not immediately say how much the proposed insurance expansion would cost or elaborate on the size of the proposed tax increases, saying that Rendell would provide those details in his Feb. 6 budget address.

Rendell is a true socialist. Four years into his administration, and we still have yet to see the promised property tax relief he promised would be the foremost priority of his first term. My guess is that what he considers property tax relief is really tax redistribution.

Hey Ed, how about you first deliver on property tax relief? You already raised fees on just about everything from property transfers to vehicle registrations. Maybe then we'll consider your ill-advised Marxist agenda.

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January 15, 2007

Paula asssdBullls

Paula Abdul gets interviewed by Fox, and is really really drunk.

See the Paula Abdul Drunk Video

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Why I live in the Country

I live in the country, so this doesn't apply to me, but this pisses me off. Imageine that you live in the city, and are reuired by law to remove snow from you sidewalks. You ablige, but the city dumps snow from the road onto your sidewalk. You get a ticket.

That is what is happening in Denver.

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January 14, 2007

Fuck Tom Brady

I swear, if that assclown Tom Brady and the faggot Patriots go to the Superbowl again, I'm not even going to watch the game. I hate the Patriots. Makes me wish the British won the war.

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January 12, 2007

The Blind Side

A friend of mine suggested I read a book. It is called The Blind Side: Evolution of the Game.

He gave me the book telling me it told how the rise of the passing game in the NFL gave rise to the importance of the left guard, to protect right handed quarterbacks from vicious blind side hits. I reluctantly took the book, and began to read it. I am highly suprised that most of the book so far revolves around the true story of Michael Oher, a prodigy at sports.

It's pretty good so far, I suggest you give it a read.

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January 07, 2007

Tony Romo and the Emerald City Miracle

I've been busy lately, and haven't blogges much.

I wanted to go online and say that I'm sorry that Tony Romo missed the hold yesterday in what is now called, The Emerald City Miracle. Now you know how Philly fans have been feeling for years.

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