Monday, April 16, 2012

What's the point?!?

 I saw a person with a white supremacy themed t-shirt, eating lunch a a local deli today.  Clearly this person is a sociopath with no regard for anyone or anything other than his own grossly ignorant opinion.  I was literally stunned by the utter stupidity and I got me to thinking and I want to know, What is the point?  Is the point to show people that you are a bigot?  To show off your complete ignorance?  To provoke a negative response?  To demonstrate your intolerance? To make everyone around you completely uncomfortable?  Or are you just showcasing your mental defectiveness? What is the point?

Granted there are many people that piss me off, some of them on a daily basis.  The reasons that they piss me off vary, but not none of those reasons have anything to do with the color of their skin, country of origin, or any other such thing.  The main reason for the piss off, generally stems from a complete and utter lack of respect for and/or knowledge of this country and its founding principles, but that's a topic for another day.  Take care of and mind your own business.  Treat people with the same amount of respect that you yourself want to be treated.  Don't ask me to pay for your life choices.  Stand on your own two feet and be responsible for yourself.  How hard can it be?  Don't make bad choices in life, then blame a person or group for the bad choices you made.

So, I ask again.  What is the point?  With tensions very high right now in America, what is the point?  What purpose does it serve?  Does hatred create a single job?  Lower the price of gasoline? Pay your electric bill?  Reduce the deficit?  Decrease the tax burden on future generations?  Has hatred of any kind ever accomplished anything other than destruction and chaos?  What's the point?!?

Friday, March 9, 2012

KONY2012?!? What about USA2012?!?

I want to start off by stating that I am in no way trying to undermine the effectiveness or the legitimacy of the video about saving children in Africa.  Having said that, I personally am much more  concerned with the futures of the children right here in the United States of America and that we as citizens of the United States have a duty to stay focused and aware of the events unfolding this year in our own country.

I believe that the United States is at a crossroads. And at that crossroad one path leads to a United States of America that is prosperous and free and the other path leads to a United States that is unlike one we have ever seen. Down one path the United States will continue to be a beacon of freedom to the rest of the world, and continue to be a guiding example of freedom, prosperity, and generosity.  Where the children of these United States can have the hope and the understanding, that with hard work, determination, and a willingness to seize the opportunities of this great country, that they can achieve  greatness. Down the other path The United States becomes another example of what happens when government is left unchecked by its citizens.  A nation that will be a mere shadow of its former glory.    A nation that will follow in the steps of the likes of Greece and Spain.  A nation where the takers of the nation outnumber the earners.  A nation where the "RIGHTS" of the people are outweighed and trampled by the governments ability to take, at gunpoint, from one group of citizens and to give to another group of citizens, in the name of "fairness".

So I ask you to think about it like this.  I was once told by a preacher, "You get yourself right with the Lord before you go off worrying about everybody else in his house."  I think that is excellent advise.  We as a nation need to get our house in order before we go off worrying about what our neighbors are doing and we need to get our house in order before its too late.  Once we get our house in order and our futures and our children's futures are no longer in danger, then by all means, feel free to to worry and fret about the hundreds if not thousands of Konys out there and to send money to help make posters and like status updates with videos about said bad guys.  But until we get our "house" in order, pay attention to the freedoms we are losing.  Pay attention to our liberties that are being lost.  Pay attention to the pursuit of happiness that is getting harder to pursue.  Pay attention to what you are being asked to give up and at what cost.  Pay attention to what is happening to our children's futures.  Pay attention. Listen.  Ask questions.  Pay attention.

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

70 years later.

Today is the 70th Anniversary of the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor.

Please take a moment to say a prayer for the men and women that have served and continue to serve this great country.

Friday, November 11, 2011


Be sure to thank VETERANS today for their service to this great country!

Remember : It's the LAND of the FREE, because it's the HOME of the BRAVE!

Saturday, October 1, 2011

Who is Herman Cain? Part Deux

This is Herman Cain:

  • Chief Executive Officer and President of THE New Voice, Inc., a business consulting company, and Head Coach of HITM (Hermanator’s Intelligent Thinkers Movement)
  • Former Chairman of Godfather’s Pizza, Inc. after serving as CEO and President for ten years, 1986 - 1996. In 1988 he bought the company from The Pillsbury Company
  • Former President of the Tax Leadership Council, the public educational component of Americans for Fair Taxation
  • Past Chairman of the Board of the National Restaurant Association (1994-1995), and former full time CEO and President of the Association (1996-1999)
  • Member of The National Commission on Economic Growth and Tax Reform (1995), chaired by former Republican Vice-Presidential candidate, Jack Kemp
  • Former Member, Strategic Air Command (STRATCOM) Citizens Advisory Board, Omaha, Nebraska
  • Radio Talk Show Host, “The Herman Cain Show”, News Talk 750 WSB – Atlanta, Monday - Friday, 7pm-10pm EST
  • FOX News Business Commentator and Columnist with NorthStarNational.com, World Net Daily and DailyCaller.com
  • At a nationally televised Presidential Town Hall Meeting on Health Care Reform (1994), challenged President Bill Clinton’s health care proposal when he said, “Mr. President, with all due respect, your calculations are incorrect…”
  • Served on the Boards of Directors of AGCO, Inc., Georgia Chamber of Commerce, Hallmark Cards Inc., Whirlpool, Inc.,and Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Graduated from Morehouse College with a B.S. in Mathematics in 1967. Earned his Master’s Degree in Computer Science from Purdue University in 1971. Recipient of eight Honorary Doctorate Degrees from Morehouse College, New York City Technical College; Suffolk University, Johnson & Wales University, Creighton University, Purdue University, Tougaloo College and the University of Nebraska
  • Author of four books, Leadership Is Common Sense (1997), Speak As A Leader (1999), CEO of SELF (October, 2001), and They Think You’re Stupid (May, 2005)
  • A native and current resident of Atlanta, Georgia. Married for over 40 years with two adult children and three grandchildren

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Sunday, September 11, 2011


The 10th Anniversary of the attacks of 9/11/2001

GOD Bless AMERICA and all those HEROS who lost their lives on that fateful day and those HEROS that still FIGHT to PROTECT us from evil EVERY DAY!

Friday, June 17, 2011

The Atwoods Incident!

I went to Atwoods to purchase some Co-flex wrap and while waiting in line to check out, this older man got in line behind me and was talking extremely loud into his cell phone. I finally got to check out and while doing so the lady waiting on me was growing increasingly concerned with the loud talking cell phone man, who was becoming more and more agitated by the minute. As the cashier lady was checking me out, the loud cell phone talker abruptly and angrily ended his conversation and hung up. I, as well as the the cashier, was relieved that ole' cell phone shouter was done with his inappropriate conversation. And then it happened.  It got even more uncomfortable for us all in the check out area of the Atwoods, because the cell phone shouter cut off the biggest, loudest, longest, grossest, old man fart I have ever had the unpleasant pleasure to be witness to in my life, to date. Yikes. But after a moment of very long and very uncomfortable silence, old windy pants, said, "excuse me." So that made it all better.

The cashier never missed a beat. She counted my change back to me, sacked up my purchase, gave me my receipt, and thanked me for my business with a stone cold sober face that I'm very sure I could not muster if my life depended on it.

Monday, June 6, 2011

67th Anniversary of D-Day!

Let us NEVER FORGET the men and women in United States Military uniforms and the sacrifices they have made and continue to make to this day!


Sunday, May 1, 2011


Usama Bin Laden is DEAD!! WOOHOO!!

A big THANK YOU goes out to the US Military!!