Joyanna Adams

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The Tea Party BUGS Van Jones, Let’s Keep It Up!

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WHAT?

The tea party patriots are smashing down every institution that our grandfathers built? What is this man smoking?

Uh…the only people who have been dismantling the great American institutions are the liberal democrats..and their friends, the very proud avowed communists, as this man is. What’s even more amazing that the there are people out there who think our schools are great, and that the tea party wants to tear down American institutions.

The tea party want the unions to stop DESTROYING our children’s minds. To a democrat it’s okay if your kid stays dumb…as long as the teachers get their big checks and benefits. How DARE you want to destroy their livelihood.

As for unions…

Jefferson didn’t belong to no union.

Washington didn’t belong to no union.

I’m pretty sure Abraham Lincoln didn’t belong to no union.

The only thing American about unions is the teamsters, who worked hand in hand with the Mafia and the democratic party.

Van Jones is a communist. It’s time everyone start calling him what he is: delusional.

 

 

May 29, 2012 Posted by | Angry Citizens, tea party, teachers, Uncategorized, Union | , , , , | Leave a comment

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

Email: Scott Walker, Hero of the Working Massas

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Life can be simple if you follow the signs. Today as I was minding my own business, laying around reading such nebulous facts like…In the year1996 the  spokesman for the CIA was Chase Brandon, who happened to be a cousin of Tommy Lee Jones, who happened to be Al Gore’s old college roommate. Chase’s job was to give access to previously restricted areas to the media and Hollywood. And then I thought..mmmm, Ron Perry used to be Al Gore’s campaign manager, a fact we should make him talk about. It’s such a small world in the elite power structure called Washington/Hollywood, don’t you think?

Like I said, I was minding my own business when I got a call from Minnesota from a conservative black man who wanted $100 dollars to help Scott Walker.  He wanted money, not for Scott  Walker, but to keep the unions from starting up recall elections throughout the country.

When I didn’t give, he lowered it to $50, then $30. Well, I’m following the Steve Jobs rule of “no charity but my own” at the moment and  so I come to the “follow the signs” moment of clarity.

Today, being the lazy day that I don’t write but POST emails…I knew exactly what email to post…I had gotten my sign. (Thanks to Tom Beebe)

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Why in the world is this not being reported and talked about by our politicians.

Nobody Says–(Why indeed? Why isn’t China being talked about? Why isn’t Marxism being talked about? Why isn’t Michelle trying to force us all into a rehashed version of Hitler’s state vegetarian diet being talked about?)

Governor Walker deserves many accolades for his actions and grief in dismantling the WEA. Please pass this on…..

The Democrats and the Liberals are keeping really quiet about this. Remember the violent and disgusting demonstrations over Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker doing away with collective bargaining for Teachers unions? The results are in. Some school districts went from a $400,000 deficit to a $1,500,000 surplus as a result. They are even hiring new teachers, not firing like the Liberals said would happen. Why?

It seems that the insurance company that provided all the “so-called” benefits to the teachers was an insurance company owned and operated by the teacher’s union. Since that outfit was guaranteed to get the insurance business from the teachers, and the state had to pay for it (not the teachers) the insurance company was increasing annual costs every single year to become the most expensive company in the state. Then the company was donating millions and millions of dollars to its favorite democrat politicians who, when they got elected, guaranteed to keep funding the union’s outrageous costs. In other words, the insurance company. It was a “pass through” for Wisconsin taxpayer money to go directly to the democrat politicians.

Nice racket, and this is the racket that is going on in every single State that allows collective bargaining. No wonder the States are taking it away.

(Nobody thinks this was what my phone call was about.)

Now the State of Wisconsin is free to put the insurance contract out for bids and, lo and behold they have saved so much money it has turned deficits into surplus amounts. As a result, none of the teachers had to be laid off, everyone got a raise, etc. etc,..and the taxpayers of Wisconsin don’t have to pay more taxes to fund the union’s political ambitions.

If you weren’t aware of the reasons Gov. Walker was fighting to take away collective bargaining, it gives you an idea of the problem the Republican Party has. Outside of one or two, none of them know how to speak up and explain properly what the problem was. We could sure use a Ronald Reagan now, someone who could explain things for people to understand, since we know that people don’t like to read anymore.

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Here’s what Tom Beebe wrote, the reader who sent me this email, back during the demonstrations:

Let us acknowledge the right for all workers to collective bargaining with the limitation that it is a right, but should not be a condition of employment. The results of collective bargaining are often to the detriment of the workers. The UAW got sweetheart deals, and the management looking the other way when workers got less and less productive. Result? Check out the nearest lot for Hondas, Nissans, and Toyotas, and check out Detroit’s dismal streets or available manufacturing space here in Fenton Missouri.

The public sector is much the same in that negotiators across the table from the unions are as corrupt from the unions are as corrupt, perhaps even more spineless than those of the Big Three who gave away the store to the UAW. So let us seek legislation that would require public sector contracts be put to the vote of the taxpayers, just as the UAW contracts and member behavior were put to the vote of the car buyer. Unions and management’s last best offers to on the ballot for a binding vote by the electorate. And should we feel the politicians charged with representing us have made too generous an offer to the unions, we need only to look down at the ballot to find the opportunity to throw them out.

 

October 22, 2011 Posted by | capitalism, teachers, Union | , , , | 2 Comments

What’s In YOUR Cookie Jar Little Girl?

Nobody Wins : This article was sent to me by my good colleague in Australia, (amfortas) who was ever so keen to note that this happened all the way around the world, in my little home town. I’m glad SOMEONE is paying attention. Put that with the video, and you see the problem.

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Who needs the human tapeworms behind these restrictions? St. Louis-Area Girls Told to Close Cookie Stand

Each February and March for the past six years, Caitlin Mills, 16, and Abigail Mills, 14, have put a card table in front of their home in Hazelwood, Mo., and sold Girl Scout cookies to drivers passing by. This year, however, the city of Hazelwood notified their mother, Carolyn Mills, that the girls’ cookie stand violated city ordinances and must be shut down. Today, according to a news release from Freedom Center of Missouri, the Mills family — but not the Girl Scouts of America as they are not involved in the case — filed suit in state court to ensure that children in Hazelwood and all over the state will be free to set up similar stands in their own front yards.

“It is a time-honoured tradition for American children to set up a stand in the front yard and sell lemonade or baked goods to people passing by,” said Dave Roland, Freedom Center of Missouri director of litigation. “These stands are not only a fun way to pass a summer afternoon, they are frequently children’s first encounter with the basics of entrepreneurship, customer service, and money management.”

Notice of the city’s move to shut down the cookie-selling stand came as a surprise to Mrs. Mills. “It never even crossed my mind that my girls might need to get permission from the city before setting up their cookie stand,” she said. “I was even more shocked when city officials told me that you couldn’t even get a permit for it.” Caitlin Mills was diplomatic about the situation. “We know that our city officials are working hard to make sure that Hazelwood is a nice place to live,” she explained. “But even good city officials sometimes make mistakes. All we are asking is for the court to say it was a mistake for the city to tell us to shut down our cookie stand.”
 
 The implications of this case, however, reach far beyond Hazelwood’s city limits, according to Roland: For more than a century, American courts adhered to the principle that people could use their property almost any way they saw fit as long as they were not harming anyone else. Despite this general rule, courts allowed governments to use the “police power” to create laws carefully designed to protect the public health, safety, and welfare. Over time, however, courts shifted from the presumption that citizens should be able to make use of their property to a presumption that government should be able to restrict its use. The issue in this case is whether state and local governments still face any constitutional limitations on their ability to control the use of private property.

“Courts have already held that cities can control what citizens can build on their property, where they can build it… even what color they can paint it,” Roland said. “If Hazelwood and other cities can prohibit kids from setting up a harmless, temporary cookie stand in their own front yard, it is hard to say that our constitutions still offer any significant protection for private property rights. The Freedom Center of Missouri hopes to remind the courts that vigorous protection of property rights is vital to the American constitutional system and way of life.”

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So, a kid (or in this case young adult) cannot sell lemonade (or cookies) here in Hazelwood without a permit, and they do not issue permits. Therefore, the kid has to wait till he grows up and gets his first job at McDonalds…thereby discouraging him from having a business of his own.

Getting ‘permission’ is how they are training the kids that they cannot do much of anything without the government’s permission. It also makes the parents look weak.

On the other hand, if Caitlin and her friend Abigail had actually been allowed to sell their cookies here in Hazelwood, more than likely, they would could been robbed, as this young girl was in the video. I’d say the chances were at least 50/50.

The question here is…is this happening in YOUR neighbourhood? Here in Hazelwood, I have it on good source (a teacher) that a boatload of the kids make their money selling drugs in the halls between classes.

And now…we know why: In Hazelwood, you don’t need a permit to sell drugs in school, and you have your locker to put the money safely away.

Many a billionaire has a story about how he started out making money as a kid. Paper routes, selling lemonade, and their early experiences made them into the success they became. What kind of choices are we giving our kids when they can’t experiment with selling honest products on their own property, and yet the profits of drugs are sold in the halls of our school, with teachers looking the other way?

Not much.
 

April 12, 2011 Posted by | communism, democrats, politics, teachers | | 3 Comments

Future Doctors VS Future Teacher=FUBAR

Nobody’s Perfect

This week’s vast imperfections is a toss-up between the teachers of Wisconsin who are protesting the cuts in their pay by skipping school, and the doctors standing on the corners handing out fake excuse forms for them to take back. The scary thing about this, is THESE are your future doctors folks..because doctors like this good man, Dr. David Janda,  (see video) are going to retire come 2013.

And these are our teachers. Is it any wonder that our kids are at the bottom?

If a doctor thinks so little of his profession, that he will hand out fake “excuse” cards just to support a cause, that’s the doctor that will take you off life support in a liberal heartbeat minute, because he feels so superior to everyone…and wants to feel good about helping the world get rid of one more expensive old person.

BUT…not all doctors are going to cave in, as we see here. And not all teachers were at the rally.

This good doctor proves that the “death” panels are already set up and ready to go. Computers are already in the offices, Big Brother is already there. I don’t know about you: it’s one thing to get a pay cut, it’s quite another to be refused medical treatment and handed a death sentence.

Maybe Reagan wasn’t just kidding when he said before going on the operation table, “I hope you are all Republicans.” That was pretty smart…just in case…something went wrong.
So who wins the NOBODY’S PERFECT award for the week?

What do you think? I say it’s a toss-up.

February 21, 2011 Posted by | communism, Obama, Obamacare, schools, teachers | 5 Comments

   

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