Joyanna Adams

Nobody's Opinion

Turn It On!

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I just got this: somebody did the sensible thing and suggested we celebrate our inventions by turning it all on.

Nobody turned anything off…I love my electric, in fact, I’m going to go turn on the air.  So…in my Nobody’s Opinion: This was Cool!

(Thanks to amfortas)

March 31, 2012 Posted by | global warming, humor | , | 1 Comment

Are YOU Going to Turn off Your Lights?

Nobody’s Opinion:


March 31, 2012 Posted by | global warming, humor | , | Leave a comment

When Stars Are Born…

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I don’t usually watch American Idol, or any of the various talent shows on TV…and the last time I listened to opera was when my mother’s favorite singer Luciano Pavarotti sang AVA MARIA right before he died.

And it’s not often that true talent beyond the stars is born…but check this out.  These two..ordinary looking Nobodies are going to be filling up our lives with joy for years to come.

Nobody means to follow politics, and I will— but I will ALWAYS share the positive things in life with you! And this night, it’s a glorious song.


(Thanks to J.R.)

March 30, 2012 Posted by | music | , | 4 Comments

The NEW Liberal Scientific Testing Subject: Drunks.

Nobody Wonders

Liberals are having a hard time lately. Here they elected a President who they were SURE was going to be the greatest living human savior next to Jesus: one that would finally deliver them from the evil, moronic, and stupid narrow-minded conservative people that they are finding out dominate much of the United States— and what happened? Every day, Obama screws up: Unconstitutional Health Care, long wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, high gas price, and a wife who can’t stop taking vacations and ordering caviar and lobster for lunch, and he even started going to church!

This can’t be happening.

Obama and Michelle are acting like the very rich people the democrats complain about, and all the people who voted for him to “fundamentally change” the country, are finding out he wants to make their life miserable too. Many Obama lovers are also losing their homes and jobs. They are figuring out that the free lunch is not going to last forever. If only they could change those millions of conservatives out there, everything would be great.

So–somewhere in the la-la land of the University of Arkansas, a psychologist named Scott Eidelman, decided to prove once and for all that being a conservative means you’re stupid. He decided to ‘prove’ it with his liberal scientific method: Called–

The Liberal Scientific Method: Test the drunks at the bar.

” Researchers stood outside the exit of a busy New England tavern and offered to measure patrons’ blood alcohol level if they would fill out a short survey. Eighty-five drinkers agreed, expressing their opinions of 10 statements such as “production and trade should be free of government interference.”

And their conclusion from this very scientific method?

“Bar patrons reported more conservative attitudes as their level of alcohol intoxication increased,” the researchers report.

So they proves— what? That all drunks are conservatives? What if an inebriated Ted Kennedy had been asked those questions? This is the liberal scientific method of testing?
No conservative on the planet would suggest that you test drunks coming out of a bar and call it scientifically sound information, but that’s what makes liberals and conservatives so different from each other. Liberals aren’t afraid to experiment with anything: drugs, sex, gay marriage, gay military, and trillion-dollar stimulus packages given to companies making products that nobody wants. To them, it makes sense just to do it, no matter what the’s the ‘experiment’ that deserves the award , not the results.

Conservatives stick with the tried and true method of doing what has worked before. To a liberal, this is sheer madness…go figure. A conservative would build a skyscraper relying on what works: Steel, concrete, calculus, and planning. A liberal would say, “Hey, let’s just pile the stuff up and see what happens!” What building would YOU feel safer in?

So, what did Scott find out?

“Conservatism, which the researchers identify as “an emphasis on personal responsibility, acceptance of hierarchy, and a preference for the status quo” — may be our default ideology. If we don’t have the time or energy to give a matter sufficient thought, we tend to accept the conservative argument.”

By default, people are conservative? Oh no!

Think about this again: Conservatives will pick the common sense attitude, from information passed down to be true, (Even when he’s DRUNK!) rather than have enough “energy” to give the liberal’s idea much thought, because a conservative can tell you right off the bat that you can’t sell electic cars to a nation which runs on gas, (Even when he’s DRUNK!) and he didn’t waste any energy to even have to think about that no-brainer.

Obama, the liberal thinker, had to spent untold billions and god know how much brain energy to figure that out. And it still hasn’t dawned on him….that duh…it’s not going to work.

We have seen the results of liberal thought “energy” in our screwed up school system. Instead of using tried and true methods of building strong minds in grades 1-5, by grading everyone on mastering the fundamentals of reading, writing, and arithmetic–liberals decided to use their energy making sure all our kids all know how to recycled, believe in global warming, and understand the ‘diversity’ of their various sexual choices. Only half of our kids can now read, but that’s okay. At least they won’t come out of bars drunk and conservative.

Scott Eidelman decided that he only needed one bar to do this survey.

“Ideology is multiply determined, coming from many sources, including values, experience, history and culture,” the researchers note. (How diverse is one bar?) It’s unclear whether this rightward drift would occur in a population of strongly committed but cognitively overloaded liberals.”

Oh…so he just admitted it was a bar full of conservatives to begin with. Nothing like stacking the deck in your favor.

To be fair and scientific, he should have conducted another survey of Eight-five drunks coming out of the White House Press Dinner. But..then again, that would take common sense, something a liberal professor thinks is outdated.

“Research provides evidence that, when under time pressure or otherwise cognitively impaired, people are more likely to express conservative views”

So, Scott’s evidence of 85 drunks in a bar prove that only idiots are conservative. They’d never think of something so smart as wearing ‘hoodies’ on the floor of Congress.

The liberals are so freighted that the dumb conservative people of the drunken state of America, will never take the time and energy to become enlighten to the future of the liberal mind of the New World Global Taxing Order—What ARE they going to do?

They have just found out, that people are conservative when they get drunk or upset. So, if I were a liberal, I’d try to make sure I did not get a conservative drunk or upset.
In other words: Don’t piss off a conservative—especially when he’s drunk… he won’t change.

And if change is what you want…move to Kenya….all the drunks there are waiting for you to command.

March 30, 2012 Posted by | Congress, democrats, Obama | , , , , , , | 5 Comments

Adam VS the Man (Whomever the “man” is at the moment)

Nobody Knows—-

Much about Adam Kokesh —but I have to admit, he is well spoken, and makes good arguments. Evidently he served honorably in Iraq in the Marines as a Corporal, and then came home and starting showing up at anti- war rallies. Adam tried to re-enlist, but they wouldn’t let him on a technicality that he wore a uniform somewhere. He was arrested at the Senate Hart Building for protesting the Iraq war, and dancing at the Washington memorial.

It seems he is all over the internet and has a talk show, and not surprisingly, this is the first I’ve heard of him, only because my reader amfortas sent me this video. (Thanks to amfortas)

He’s not fond of Obama, but he does have something in common with him: It seems the Russians like Adam and took his radio program on to Russia Today. They also have endorsed Obama to be re–elected.
Communists like other Communists, so I can see why they like Obama…but something tells me, that Adam is far from a communist. He seems to be a libertarian which is the exact opposite. In fact, he spoke at Representative Ron Paul’s Rally for the Republic in St. Paul, Minnesota, On September 2, 2008, where he stated :

“While it is our responsibility now to resist tyranny civilly, while we still can, there may come a time when we will say to the powers that be, be it with your blood or ours we have come to water the tree of liberty … who will stand with me?”

If it ever came to that…I think Adam would be a great leader to stand at the forefront. The video is very interesting and worth the time if you can find it.

March 29, 2012 Posted by | communism, History, Middle East, Military, Uncategorized | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

State of the Republican Presidential Candidate Race

The 2012 presidential election isn’t until November 6, but the race to become the Republican Party’s presidential candidate has been in full swing for some time. It’s been an interesting race to say the least. Potential candidates, such as Texas Governor Rick Perry, U.S. Representative Michelle Bachman, Ambassador Jon Huntsman Jr., and businessman Herman Cain, have dropped out of the running. There hasn’t been anyone who has emerged as the clear-cut winner, although most people are pointing to Mitt Romney as the most likely person to win the nomination. Some people would argue that the reason why the race has been so interesting is because it’s also been a bit of a train wreck. It seems like nearly every one of the Republican candidates has said or done something that has hurt his chances in the race, causing some pundits to declare that all they have done is ensure that President Barack Obama will keep the office for another four years. Others have pointed to the increasingly large divide between Democrats and Republicans as well as the one between liberals and the far-right conservatives in the Tea Party. No matter the reason, this election has given political science majors much to talk about.
As the Republican primaries wind down and the national convention approaches, here is a look at the Republican presidential candidates who are still in the running. We’ll take a brief look at where they are in the polls and if they have a good chance of earning the Republican nomination and running against President Obama.

  • Mitt Romney – Mitt Romney is currently the front-runner in the race and the one most experts believe will win the Republican nomination. Recent polls even show that he can beat Obama in the presidential election if he wins the nomination. His position in the race isn’t a lock, however; Rick Santorum has been making waves as a more conservative candidate after wins in Southern states such as Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi. Still, Romney seems to be the one most likely to win the candidacy and even the one most likely to win the election in November as long as he sticks to his guns on the economy and unemployment, areas in which he seems the most knowledgeable.
  • Rick Santorum – At first glance, Santorum seems to be in a distant second place to Romney, but he has been closing that gap thanks to caucus victories in the South. The former Pennsylvania senator has never been shy about expressing his opinions on healthcare; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights; abortion; and his own religious beliefs, something that has arguably hurt his chances in this race. His popularity has grown quite a bit since he declared that he is running, but it may not be enough to win the nomination from Romney and he seems too divisive to win the presidency from Obama.
  • Newt Gingrich – After a 13-year absence from mainstream politics, former Speaker of the House of Representatives Newt Gingrich managed to raise $32 million in 2009 and 2010 for his campaign. This is more than all of the other Republican candidates currently in the race. He is known for thinking outside of the box and has a good grasp on most of the issues, but controversy surrounding his personal life hasn’t exactly endeared him to the general public. He is currently in third place behind Santorum and, while his chances of winning the nomination seem slim, he hasn’t given up yet.
  • Ron Paul – Ron Paul may be a long shot in this campaign, but he is clearly not without his supporters. These supporters have been spreading his Tea Party-influenced views on liberty, financial market reform and human rights with the hopes of presenting him as the candidate who shuns regular politics as usual and is more in touch with the American people.

These are the remaining presidential candidates in the race to secure the Republican nomination. Romney looks like the probably nominee at this point, but there is still some time for that to change.
If you would like to learn more about the election process or even pursue a career in politics or as a political analyst, consider enrolling in a political science degree program from an online college. It has always been an interesting field of study and, with today’s political landscape, it’s become especially fascinating.

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by guest: Leslie Branch

March 28, 2012 Posted by | political races, Uncategorized | , , , | 3 Comments

Do it NOW….

Nobody Cares

To my readers:

I haven’t really missed too many days since I’ve been writing, have I? But today…I just couldn’t muster myself to talk about Sheila Jackson, or any of the news. I mention her name because she was saying that the ‘nose’ is a delicate bone and you can break it real easy. Really absurd. And she resides in Congress! A woman who wouldn’t know a broken nose if she saw one.

Sometime early this morning, I was outside raking up dead leaves from underneath my gigantic bushes, when Alex, a 14-year-old neighbor boy that I know very well, was walking by and told me that his grandmother had died. Now, grandmothers die all the time, but this lady was not exactly old. She was in fact, a wee bit younger than me. I had known her for a long, long time, because our boys grew up together.

These last few years were very rough on her: All three of her boys gave her trouble. The youngest one she lost one night, downtown St. Louis several years ago when a black man at a stop light pull out a gun and shot him in the face. He died instantly. (He was white..funny..Obama said nothing.)

At the same time that happened, Sue (her name) was raising her oldest child’s son because her son and his girlfriend just didn’t want the responsibility and cost of Alex. When Sue got laid off as a teacher, it was extremely hard on the family because she was making the most money in the family. Her husband was a hairdresser and business has been very slow. Still they became Alex’s parents and Alex was loved and seemed to except all the messed up things happening in his life with a shrug.

Sad…She evidently died of a blood clot in her lung.

I was thinking today, how I had meant to go down to visit her…bring her some cheer after she lost her job, but…I just never did. She was upset because the school that she taught at wanted to get rid of all the white teachers…because the schools is 70 percent black. They wanted black teachers for the black kids. Reverse prejudice…I’d guess you’d call it.

Being as she was a teacher, we had completely different views on most things, but she was a very sweet lady and trying her best to raise Alex and keep her other sons out of trouble. They got into drugs in high school, and never got off.

Every day there was never enough time, and I should have made time. Too many times we say, ” Oh…I need to call so and so” and we just go about our lives and then if something’s happens, you know you will never get the chance to see that person, or hear their laugh ever again. This is the second time in my life that I have done this, and it’s going to be the last.

After Alex had told me that “grandma” had died, he said his mother was really upset. Jesus. If his real ‘mother’ had not abandoned him to the grandmother, maybe the grandmother would have had a lot less stress.

Well you know, we all have these things happen in our lives, it’s just disconcerting, and I guess I’m just in a small state of “it’s a full moon” and the wolves are howling.

So, I just didn’t feel like even giving a damn about the state of affairs in the country right now. Tomorrow I promise to get back on my usual track.

And…really…to all that read this…thanks for listening, and go call that person you’ve been meaning to say hello too…Take it from me, you’ll regret it if you don’t.

March 28, 2012 Posted by | black violence, Life, teachers | , , , | Leave a comment

Nobody Fixes a Toilet like a Space Man

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Did you know that there were two guys in the Space Station right now? Dan Burbank and Don Pettit are floating above us at this very minute. (I think) And what are they doing there? More importantly, did we the American Taxpayers have to pay the Russians $40 million dollars for two America men to get up to the Space Station just to fix the toilet and put out the garbage?

I love the internet…it’s like a box of chocolate, you never know when you are going to see Forest Gump Candy Wrappers floating around a space station, while good American men are trying to perform brain surgery in space, in shorts, and with a sense of humor.   I would have liked to see the version they didn’t post.

Toward the end of the video you get the feeling that Don Pettit is trying to reassure Al Gore that they are being very careful about all that space garbage…AND the toilet. I got a kick out this video…but I would have liked it more if it was Al Gore floating up there fixing the toilet.

You can’t have it all, can you?


March 27, 2012 Posted by | humor, Space | , , | 2 Comments

Nobody’s Perfect: Dick Cheney VS Katie Troyer

Nobody’s Perfect

Last week, the nation was in shock: Dick Cheney, received a heart transplant without the express permission of the Obamacare panel of “moral and ethical” doctors of death. Liberals were beside themselves at Cheney’s draconian example of wanting to selfishly live a few more years rather than get off the planet and make room for all the illegals that we need to make room for. Also, if Obama is NOT reelected, the chances that Dick Cheney could make a comeback and become bigger than life itself…even bigger than Darth Vadar, has them running to the Supreme Court.  This transplant could add another…heaven forbed…ten years to his life! Dick Cheney’s body, imperfect after five heart attacks, will now, be more perfect for the young old age of 71.

On the other hand, here we see widow Katie Troyer, from Muddy Pond, Tennessee. She has not had any heart attacks, and being the Amish women that she is, she sings us a song she learned from her Swiss Father, and personally, I think it would be very unethical to put Ms. Katie under Obamacare, because I don’t think there is anyone in the world who can Yodel like an old stereo 75rpm going running out of juice. She can yodel, as you will see, in at least 18 different keys.

These are the decisions that the Obamacare death panels will have to make: Do we keep Dick Cheney alive? Or do we deny health care to the wonderfully entertaining Katie Troyer? Nobody but God and his doctor should have to make that choice.

None of us are perfect: But Katie is proof that even at 90, you still can make great contributions to the human race, by yodeling all over the state of Tennessee, and Dick Cheney can go on doing his job of driving liberals insane.  To deny either one of these great ‘old’ people healthcare would be nothing short of…Satanic.

(Nobody Wonders If Katie needs another daughter, I’m up for adoption.)

March 27, 2012 Posted by | humor, Obamacare, Uncategorized | , , , , , | 1 Comment

Daniel Hannan Talks About Common Law

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While the Supreme Court is going to decide about whether the federal government has the right to tell us all that we MUST buy something, or else face jail time and fines, I thought this video of Daniel Hannon should be shown to remind us just how far our country has come from giving the individual citizen the liberty that was once, the very basis of common law. We got our laws from the great Brits before us, and Daniel reminds us all.

Last night I watched a video made by a young man, who was sitting on his new farm, that he had just put all his money into. He pleaded that when the economy gets worse, he will be ahead, because he did not put all his money in gold and silver…but food. And then, the commentators reminded him that the government could come take his land any time they wanted.

They had a very good point. So then, only if you had gold and silver could you fend them off.  The message they were all telling him is: once Big Brother gets the will have very little rights.

And this is why I really like Daniel Hannon..he fights for liberty everywhere.

Will the Supreme Court rule to the common law with Obamacare? Will one of the conservative judges give in? We shall see in a few days.

March 26, 2012 Posted by | Constitution, L:aw, Obamacare, Presidents | , , , , | 2 Comments

Two American Ladies: Fought the Unions

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Sometimes we don’t appreciate our parents when they’re alive as much as we should. Ten years after my mother had passed away, I remember reading Katherine Graham’s autobiography. Katherine was just like my mother, although on a National scale. My mother was a Republican and Katherine was a Democrat, but the one thing they had in common was they both inherited companies from their fathers. Katherine inherited The Washington Post from her father, Eugene Meyers (who was a Federal Reserve Governor) and my mother inherited her father’s printing company, Hart Printing, which was certainly no Washington Post, but it did do major advertizing for big companies like Anheuser Busch, and Brown Shoe.

I won’t go into the details of how remarkably alike they were but to say that, in one chapter in her book, Katherine talked about the most difficult time she ever had: How proud she was that she managed to keep the Post in business when the printers went on strike, in 1975. Katherine explained in great detail how the few people left in the building, herself included, and various managers and secretaries, had to try to get out the Post paper all by themselves: run the pressed, manage the paper’s delivery, etc…and how they work like dogs until the strike was over. There was a happy ending in this, because The Washington Post, is still in business, due no doubt in part, because of its political connections.

The 1975 strike did not break The Post.

My mother’s company did not fare so well when her printer union workers went on strike around the same time. My mother and father both had to work 18 hour days to keep the place running and open. The worry and heartache took a toll on her as I remember, and it was hard for a daughter to watch. The only thing my mother couldn’t do was lift the paper and feed the presses…but she did everything else. She did the estimating, accounting, receptionists, ink, layouts, all the photo department, and bindery. Like Katherine, she did it with her intellingence and will power.  My father ran the presses with some help from some friends.

The whole city of St. Louis was never the same after that printer’s strike of 1975. Most of the printing business left St. Louis because of the strike, and went overseas and to other cities. The one sole Republican newspaper here in town, The Globe, folded, eventually leaving The Post Dispatch the only press standing. The Post Dispatch is very liberal and now begs for customers in grocery aisles.
My mom kept the jobs for her union employees for as long as she could, but not one of those men realized how lucky they were to even have a job to come back to. They had no idea how much money she sacrifice in her own salary…to keep the plant going. They should have thanked her…but not one of them did.
They all retired and lived great lives…and all traveled the world.

While they all had guaranteed early pensions and healthcare, my mother lived off of her SS checks and Medicare for the rest of her life. She couldn’t afford to give herself a pension because all her money went back into the company…to keep it going. After the strike getting work was a daily struggle.

I was thinking about Katherine and my mother the other day when I read these two passages in Mark’s Steyn’s new book After America:

“Obama, faced with a US automobile industry that so overcompensates it workers it can’t make a car for a price anybody’s willing to pay for it, the president handed over control to the very unions whose demands are principally responsible for that irreconcilable arithmetic. Mrs. Thatcher took on the unions and destroyed their power. In Detroit entire blocks are deserted, and the city is proposing to turn commercial land back into pasture. This is America and no bombs fell. And the physical decay is a nothing to the deterioration of human capital.. 44 percent of adults in the city have a reading comprehension below grade six level. Nearly half could not graduate from elementary school.”

“At number 27 is a lady who retired from teaching in the local school at the age of 59 and lives on an annual pension of $78,255 exempt from state and local tax with gold plated health benefits and everything inflation proofed. At number 29 is a guy exactly the same age who owns a hardware store, can’t afford to retire, has health issues and crummy provision of amelioration thereof, yet will be working till he dies, while his neighbor enjoys a lavish two decade retirement that he paid for in his taxes. This is a recipe of civil war and no gay hedonist or fire breathing mullahs need be involved.”

Unions have ruin this country….and most of Europe. All unions. Look what the teachers unions have done to our educational system. And ironically, all the major American companies because of the unions and their outlandish benefits, have taken their manufacturing to China, where there are no unions, and people work with hardly any protections. Add to that, the state pensions which are breaking the state budgets and it’s a no brainer…something has to give. People that have never had their own business give no thought to the work and money that is involved in keeping a business going. We have become a spoiled and ingorant nation in so many ways.

Back when Henry Ford decided to pay his men a nice salary so they could afford to buy his cars…it was a great idea, and money was plenty. But then the union bosses got greedy. The hourly wage of a union man went way over market value price…and the price of everything else went up.

If the dollar collapses (as many predict) or if Mitt Romney is elected and he somehow manages to do what he says he want to do: cut all federal pensions and pay scales down to the private sector level, there will a lot of mad people.

If Obama gets reelected and the pay for government workers keeps going up, there will also be a breaking point among the people who just can’t afford to pay for someone’s else’s wonderful retirement anymore–and those people will start getting pretty angry. So, what side do you think will win?
Nobody Knows…but I’m sure Mark will not reprimand my saying: it’s really FUBAR. Unions: if you belong to one, you love them. If you don’t…you hate them.

Nobody Thinks they should all be busted…starting at the top. What have we got to lose?

And on another note: Both these women ran those companeis for years…they were…the top bosses, and this was way before Gloria Steinem put on her little bunny tail.

March 26, 2012 Posted by | Uncategorized, Union | , , | 3 Comments

And Now..A World From Our Sponsor

Nobody Gets Email

The ability to camouflage your appearance is fundamental in nature, so that your enemies don’t devour you. Here David Gallo does one of his spectacular presentations of underwater life. Funny though…after watching this you realize when watching politicians that they do exactly the same thing…morph into their environment. Wherever they are…they say what everyone in that room wants to hear. Not to mention, they hide the side of themselves they don’t want you to see.

Okay…so everyone does this. Nevertheless…to change the color of your skin…now THAT’s something we could all have fun with! Does this mean someday we’ll be able to blend into the bedspreads if our lover comes into a room and catches us with another person? And does this mean since some marine life can do things we can’t, it means that we really aren’t that all evolved at all? And WHY can’t we blend into the wall?

Why didn’t humans get this wonderful trick in OUR evolution? Should we even start that conversation with Al Gore?  HA!


March 25, 2012 Posted by | science, Uncategorized | , , , | 3 Comments

Nobody’s Email: How to Fix Congress

Nobody Got Email

(Do you dream of a government that works? Do you also dream that you had a one night stand with Brittany Spears and she fell madly in love with you and gave you all her money? Can we all go to sleep and wake up in 1980 again and start over?Can I go back in time and marry John Lennon?)

Nobody always likes it when I get emails from my liberal friends, because it’s a good sign that they are also fed up with the power and the glory. Trouble is: they think the Republicans are the problems of Congress, not the democrats. Here’s an email, that claims that Warren Buffet made this up and sent it around the internet. I doubt it serioulsy, (some girl named Rosie did it) but it does have very good suggestions.  The chances of any Congrass voting themselves out of big pensions, raises, term limits, health care, and cushy travel expenses are about the same as you or I winning the lotto, or Michael Moore marrying Joe Biden.

But we can dream can’t we?

(Thanks to JR)

Warren Buffet in a recent interview with MSNBC suggested these things. “I could end the deficit in five minutes……

“I could end the deficit in 5 minutes. You just pass a law that says that anytime there is a deficit of more than 3% of GDP, all sitting members of Congress are ineligible for re-election.”***

The 26th amendment (granting the right to vote for 18 years-olds) took only 3  months and 8 days to be ratified. Why? Simple. The people demanded it. That  was in 1971, before computers, e-mail, cell phones, etc.***

Of  the 27 amendments to the Constitution, seven took one year or less to become  the law of the land, all because of public pressure.


Congressional Reform Act of 2012

1.  No Tenure/No Pension. A Congressman/woman collects a salary while in office and receives no pay when they’re out of office.

2.  Congress (past, present, & future) participates in Social Security. All funds in the Congressional retirement fund move to the Social Security system immediately. All future funds flow into the Social Security system, and Congress participates with the American people. It may not be used for any other purpose.

3. Congress can purchase their own retirement plan, just as all Americans do.
4.  Congress will no longer vote themselves a pay raise. Congressional pay will rise by the lower of CPI or 3% .
5.  Congress loses their current health care system and participates in the same health care system as the American people.
6.  Congress must equally abide by all laws they impose on the American people.
7.  All contracts with past and present Congressmen/women are void effective by 6/1/12. The American people did not make this contract with Congressmen/women. Congress made all these contracts for themselves. Serving in Congress is an honor, not a career. The Founding Fathers envisioned citizen legislators, so ours should serve their terms then go home and back to work.
This is how you fix Congress!



March 24, 2012 Posted by | Congress | , , | 6 Comments

Nobody Gets Email: Obama’s Vast Vocabulary

Nobody Gets Email

Tom Hanks has said that Obama has helped the United States image all over the World, and I got this just a minute ago. If you need a good laugh this morning, this will do it. Here is a Dutch commentary on our President that will make you wonder…just how very big that “smartest man who ever occupied the White House” vocabulary really is?


(Thanks to Truth Now)

March 24, 2012 Posted by | Barack Obama, humor | , | 1 Comment

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