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Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Trying to prove God doesn't exist

CERN, a 17 mile long super collider located on the border of France and Switzerland. The latest in a series of projects covering the last 50 years and costing over 10 trillion dollars so far. This super collider is a consortium of European and Asian countries. Whats it all about? They are trying to prove how life began. Just like the space program, in which all the money is being spent in hope of finding life on another planet so they can say that thru a natural process life began. Then they can say, " You see, the Bible is wrong. Life is everywhere and it's a natural process. It has nothing to do with God." They are now in the process of starting it up. So far, even though they claim freedom of information about the project, things have been pretty quite. I guess God still has them stumped.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Democrats have always taken care of us


UPDATED: FORGOTTEN NATIONAL TRAGEDY: BILL CLINTON AND 738 DEATHS IN THE "CHICAGO HEAT WAVE" OF 1995. Hillary Clinton has called for a "Katrina Commission." How come she never called for a commission to investigate why at least 738 Americans died in a 1995 heat wave when her husband was president? The "Chicago heat wave" killed more people than Hurricane Andrew, TWA Flight 800, the Oklahoma City bombing and the Northridge, CA earthquake, combined. Victims of the Chicago Heave Wave were buried in mass graves. (picture, Slate) Hillary Clinton made sure she did the rounds of the morning network chat shows on Wednesday. She told ABC, CBS and NBC that "FEMA worked very well during the Clinton administration." And, criticizing FEMA director Michael Brown she said, "I would never have appointed such a person", a statement that sounds to me like it was the first salvo in the 2008 presidential election. Curiously, Hillary Clinton did not point out what her husband and administration did to prevent widespread suffering as a result of the massive heat wave that struck the Midwest in 1995 and was particularly devastating to the city of Chicago. For one terrible week in July 1995, daytime temperatures in Chicago soared above 100 degrees; even at night the mercury barely dipped below that. Public-health officials knew the prolonged heat would be deadly, especially for frail seniors, but they were stunned by the final death toll. Altogether, the heat wave killed more than 700 Chicagoans, more than double the number who died in the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. As New York University sociologist Eric Klinenberg writes in Heat Wave, his remarkable book about the tragedy, "The proportional death toll ... in Chicago has no equal in the record of U.S. heat disasters." -The American Prospect Online Maybe Hillary feels that her husband is above blame because local and state officials are responsible for taking care of people during a widespread natural disaster. During July 12-16, 1995, Chicago experienced unusually high maximum daily temperatures, ranging from 93 F to 104 F (33.9C to 40.0C). On July 13, the heat index* peaked at 119 F (48.3C) -- a record high for the city. -CDC Report However, a five day period of an unfolding natural disaster was not enough to merit any federal attention or direct help from President Clinton. Perhaps it is necessary for the federal government to step in the aftermath of a hurricane but not a widespread heat wave? The [NOAA] report also recommends that emergency response organizations at the federal, state and local levels recognize severe heat waves as potential natural disasters, and that areas at risk should be prompted to develop emergency response plans for severe heat waves. - NOAA press release Okay, so there was a call for better federal help in the future when it comes to helping local authorities deal with heat waves. After all, it should very easy for the federal government, "the cavalry", to come in because there are no physical limitations in entering a stricken city. The city of Chicago was not flooded, buildings were not destroyed, bridges were not taken out, and trees were not blocking roads. How hard was it for Bill Clinton to make sure that FEMA was rushed to Chicago to prevent thousands of poor and urban residents from dying of heat stroke? That's a question that could have been answered by a "Heat Wave Commission." It was no secret that Chicago was suffering. Eric Klinenberg wrote the definitive book on the disaster, "Heat Wave: A Social Autopsy of Disaster in Chicago." This is what he had to say in an interview with the University of Chicago Press: On the first day of the heat wave, Thursday, July 13, the temperature hit 106 degrees, and the heat index - a combination of heat and humidity that measures the temperature a typical person would feel - rose above 120. For a week, the heat persisted, running between the 90s and low 100s... [...] The heat made the city's roads buckle. Train rails warped, causing long commuter and freight delays. City workers watered bridges to prevent them from locking when the plates expanded. Children riding in school buses became so dehydrated and nauseous that they had to be hosed down by the Fire Department. Hundreds of young people were hospitalized with heat-related illnesses. But the elderly, and especially the elderly who lived alone, were most vulnerable to the heat wave. Where was the federal government, Hillary? After about forty-eight hours of continuous exposure to heat, the body's defenses begin to fail. So by Friday, July 14, thousands of Chicagoans had developed severe heat-related illnesses. Paramedics couldn't keep up with emergency calls, and city hospitals were overwhelmed. Twenty-three hospitals - most on the South and Southwest Sides - went on bypass status, closing the doors of their emergency rooms to new patients. Some ambulance crews drove around the city for miles looking for an open bed. Forty-eight hours?! Where was your husband, Hillary? Hundreds of victims never made it to a hospital. The most overcrowded place in the city was the Cook County Medical Examiners Office, where police transported hundreds of bodies for autopsies. The morgue typically receives about 17 bodies a day and has a total of 222 bays. By Saturday - just three days into the heat wave - its capacity was exceeded by hundreds, and the county had to bring in a fleet of refrigerated trucks to store the bodies. Police officers had to wait as long as three hours for a worker to receive the body. It was gruesome and incredible for this to be happening in the middle of a modern American city. In reaction to Katrina, the media asked, "how could this happen in an American city?" Curiously, none of them were so angered and full of shock and awe in 1995. By the way, Hillary, where was the cavalry? The media was notified but the heat wave warning was met with a yawn: Macko said that he was surprised that the ERRI warnings received very little attention from the national press, and that ERRI didn't receive any inquiries about the heat emergency, or the Institute's recommendations, until late Saturday. By then, he said that the heat emergency had turned into a "full blown disaster". -Emergency.com Klinenberg describes how the government of Chicago mayor Richard Daley was caught flat-footed by the growing crisis. Sound familiar? Yet there is no question that the city government did not do everything it could to prevent the catastrophe. The city failed to implement its own heat emergency plan, waiting until Saturday, July 15, after hundreds of bodies had already been delivered to the county morgue, to declare an official emergency. -University of Chicago Press Curiously, the role of the federal government never came up in the University of Chicago Press's interview with Mr. Klinenberg. FEMA and Bill Clinton were never mentioned in the interview.

Sixty some people were never claimed. They were buried in a mass grave. How about the Community Organizer, Obama? Where was he in July 1995? I guess he wasn't in Chicago. Surely he could have prevented this. We know the streets were not flooded; you didn't need a boat or a helo to reach the people. As you can see, massive death toll under Democrat administrations are never question. Most of the deaths were African-Americans. People too poor to afford a fan, and too afraid to leave their homes for fear of the violence outside their front doors, literally baked to death inside. Some were too afraid to even open a window. Others refused to accept air conditioning units given out of charity because they couldn't afford the electricity bill. Historically, Democrat have caused most of the deaths of African-Americans in this Nation.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Community Organizers are card carrying communist

Socialist America sinking

WND Posted: July 16, 20098:41 pm Eastern© 2009
After half a century of fighting encroachments upon freedom in America, journalist Garet Garrett published "The People's Pottage." A year later, in 1954, he died. "The People's Pottage" opens thus:
"There are those who still think they are holding the pass against a revolution that may be coming up the road. But they are gazing in the wrong direction. The revolution is behind them. It went by in the Night of Depression, singing songs to freedom."
Garrett wrote of a revolution within the form. While outwardly America appeared the same, a revolution within had taken place that was now irreversible. One need only glance at where we were before the New Deal, where we are and where we are headed to see how far we are off the course the Founding Fathers set for our republic.
Taxes drove the American Revolution, for we were a taxaphobic, liberty-loving people. That government is best that governs least is an Americanism. When "Silent Cal" Coolidge went home in 1929, the U.S. government was spending 3 percent of gross domestic product.
And today? Obama's first budget will consume 28 percent of the entire GDP; state and local governments another 15 percent. While there is some overlap, in 2009, government will consume 40 percent of GDP, approaching the peak of World War II.
The deficit for 2009 is $1.8 trillion, 13 percent of the whole economy. Obama is pushing a cap-and-trade bill to cut carbon emissions that will impose huge costs on energy production, spike consumer prices and drive production offshore to China, which is opting out of Kyoto II. The Chinese are not fools.
Obama plans to repeal the Bush tax cuts and take the income tax rate to near 40 percent. Combined state and local income tax rates can run to 10 percent. For the self-employed, payroll taxes add up to 15.2 percent on the first $106,800 for all wages of all workers. Medicare takes 2.9 percent of all wages above that. Then there are the state sales taxes that can run to 8 percent, property taxes, gas taxes, excise taxes and "sin taxes" on booze, cigarettes and, soon, hot dogs and soft drinks.
Comes now national health insurance from Nancy Pelosi's House. A surtax that runs to 5.4 percent of all earnings of the top 1 percent of Americans, who already pay 40 percent of all federal income taxes, has been sent to the Senate. Included also is an 8 percent tax on the entire payroll of small businesses that fail to provide health insurance for employees.
Other ideas on the table include taxing the health benefits that businesses provide their employees.
The D.C.-based Tax Foundation says New Yorkers could face a combined income tax rate of near 60 percent.
In the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson called George III a tyrant for having "erected a multitude of new offices, and sent hither swarms of officers to harass our people and eat out their substance."
What did George III do with his Stamp Act, Townshend Acts or tea tax to compare with what is being done to this generation of Americans by their own government?
While the hardest-working and most productive are bled, a third of all wage-earners pay no U.S. income tax, and Obama plans to free almost half of all wage-earners of all income taxes. Yet, tens of millions get Medicaid, rent supplements, free education, food stamps, welfare and an annual check from Uncle Sam called an Earned Income Tax Credit, though they never paid a nickel in income taxes.
Oh, yes. Obama also promises everybody a college education.
Coming to America to feast on this cornucopia of freebies is the world. One million to 2 million immigrants, legal and illegal, arrive every year. They come with fewer skills and less education than Americans, and consume more tax dollars than they contribute by three to one.
Wise Latina women have more babies north of the border than they do in Mexico and twice as many here as American women.
As almost all immigrants are now Third World people of color, they qualify for ethnic preferences in hiring and promotions and admissions to college over the children of Americans.
All of this would have astounded and appalled the Founding Fathers, who after all, created America – as they declared loud and clear in the Constitution – "for ourselves and our posterity."
China saves, invests and grows at 8 percent. America, awash in debt, has a shrinking economy, a huge trade deficit, a gutted industrial base, an unemployment rate surging toward 10 percent and a money supply that's swollen to double its size in a year. The 20th century may have been the American Century. The 21st shows another pattern.
"The United States is declining as a nation and a world power with mostly sighs and shrugs to mark this seismic event," writes Les Gelb, president emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations, in CFR's Foreign Affairs magazine. "Astonishingly, some people do not appear to realize that the situation is all that serious."

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Congressional Politburo

During the Clinton regime, the Senate voted in a known communist, Ruth Darth Vader Ginsberg by a vote of 98 to 3. If our Government back then was that much a Socialist in hiding Gov. then you can be sure that today, Sotomayer; another known Socialist is a shoe in.

Monday, July 13, 2009

Hot enough for you today?

A reprint. A Diary Review: Moving South, 2007 May 30, 2007 :Just moved to Atlanta, Georgia from Chicago, Illinois. Now, this is a city that knows how to live! Beautiful sunny days and warm balmy evenings. What a place! I watched the sunset from a park while lying on a blanket. It was beautiful. I've finally found my home. I love it here.June 14, 2007 :Really heating up. Got to 95 degrees today. Not a problem. Live in an air-conditioned home, drive an air-conditioned car. What a pleasure to see the sun everyday like this. I'm turning into a sun worshipper.June 30, 2007:Had the backyard landscaped with western plants today.Lots of cactus and rocks. The yard is a breeze to maintain! No more mowing the lawn for me. Another scorcher today, but I love living in Atlanta.July 10, 2007 :The temperature hasn't been below 97 degrees all week.How do people get used to this kind of heat? At least it's kind of windy, but getting used to the heat and humidity is taking longer that I expected.July 15, 2007:Fell asleep by the pool.(Got 3rd degree burns over 60% of my body.) Missed 3 days of work. What a dumb thing to do.I learned my lesson, though.Got to respect the ol' sun in a climate like this.July 20, 2007:Morgan (our cat) snuck into the car before I left this morning.By the time I got to the hot car for lunch, Morgan had died and swollen up to the size of a shopping bag and stank up the $2,000 leather upholstery.I told the kids that she ran away. The car now smells like Kibbles and shits.I learned my lesson, though. No more cats in this heat.July 25, 2007:The wind sucks.It feels like a giant freaking blow dryer!And it's hot as hell!The home air-conditioner is on the fritz,and the AC repairman charged $200 just to drive by and tell me he needed to order the parts.July 30, 2007:Been sleeping outside by the pool for 3 nights now. The monthly house payment is $1,500 and I can't even go inside. Why did I ever come here?August 4, 2007:It's 105 degrees...again! Finally got the air-conditioner fixed todayfor a cost of $900.The temperature gets down to 78 degrees, but this freaking humidity makes the house feel like it's about 95 degrees.I hate this stupid city.August 8, 2007:If another wise ass person cracks, "Hot enough for you today?" I'm going to choke him to death. Damn heat; 107 today.By the time I get to work, the radiator is boiling over, my clothes are soaking wet, and I smell like baked cat!August 9, 2007:Tried to run some errands after work.Wore shorts and sat on the black leather seats in the ol' car.I thought my rear end was on fire.I lost two layers of flesh and all the hair on the back of my legs and rear.Now my car smells like burnt hair, fried ass, and baked cat.August 10, 2007:The weather report might as well be a damn recording. Hot and sunny. Hot and sunny. Hot and sunny. It's been too hot to do anything for two damn months,and the weatherman says it might really warm up next week.Doesn't it ever rain in this damn desert?Water rationing will be next, so I might as well watch $1,700 worth of cactus just dry up and blow into the damn pool. Not even cactus can live in this damn heat.August 14, 2007:Welcome to HELL!!! The temperature got to 111 degrees today. Forgot to crack the window and blew the windshield out of the car.The installer came to fix it and said, "Hot enough for you today?"My wife had to spend the $1,500 house payment to bail me out of jail. Freaking South. What kind of a sick demented idiot would want to live here?

Friday, July 3, 2009

Global warming

Al Gore shows more evidence of global warming. The first picture was taken in 2004, the second in 2009. What was the opinion of the penguins? Well, they found out that it was a lot easier to raise babies at 34 degrees than at 70 below zero.