Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

American Hero - John McCain!

Now here is a picture worth posting! An American Hero. A man who dared to hang in with his team, take real abuses, not like rock music in Gitmo. An American Hero worth voting for! A man who endured torture, and understands our enemies, and understands we want reputable leaders! Make his pain worth it all, vote McCain. At least check out his website, it just makes sense!

What about Sarah Palin?

"I'm a Democrat, but I've worked as a consultant with the McCain campaign since shortly after Palin's nomination. Last week, there was the thought that as a former editor-in-chief of Ms. magazine as well as a feminist activist in my pre-journalism days, I might be helpful in contributing to a speech that Palin had long wanted to give on women's rights. What is often called her 'confidence' is actually a rarity in national politics: I saw a woman who knows exactly who she is." --Elaine Lafferty

Monday, October 27, 2008

Joe Biden Afraid of Questions!

Joe Biden was so angered by riveting hardball questions that Jill Biden interview has been cancelled. I ask, what if Biden is in intensive negotiations with an unfriendly force or country, what then, will he be angry? Will he roll his eyes, or storm out of the talks crying? He can't answer hard questions because he doesn't want you to know the answers. It is about time that media does it's job, and WFTV should be proud! See the video.

See the same interviewer also throw McCain hardball questions!

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Who Supports McCain?

I'm sure you didn't hear of the over 100 endorsements for McCain from Military Commanders - since the media doesn't share that information - so here's a list for you

McCain gets support from four former secretaries of state (Even tho former Secretary of State Colin Powell tossed is hat towards Obama).

Henry Kissinger, retired Gen. Alexander Haig, Lawrence Eagleburger and George Shultz all said they would support McCain. The former heads of the State Department said the senator's leadership skills, his record and his vision make him the right choice for president in difficult times.

"The world's challenges are radically changing and our country needs John McCain's experience and optimism, said Kissinger, who served as secretary of state from 1973 to 1977 and won a Nobel Prize for his efforts to end the Vietnam War.

"His record, character, and belief that America's best days lie ahead make John McCain the right leader for these times, added Kissinger.

Senator McCain has been endorsed by over 100 generals and admirals from the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps[40], among them:

General H. Norman Schwarzkopf, USA (Ret.) - former Commander-in-Chief, Central Command
Admiral Leighton W. Smith, Jr., USN (Ret.) - former Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Naval Forces, Europe
Lieutenant General John B. Conaway, USAF (Ret.) - former Chief of the National Guard Bureau
General James B. Davis, USAF (Ret.) - former Chief of Staff, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers, Europe (NATO)
Colonel George "Bud" Day, USAF (Ret.) - Medal of Honor recipient
Rear Admiral Jeremiah Denton, USN (Ret.) - Navy Cross recipient
Admiral S. Robert Foley, USN (Ret.) - former Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet
Admiral Ronald J. Hays, USN (Ret.) - former Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Command
Admiral James L. Holloway III, USN (Ret.) - former Chief of Naval Operations
Admiral Bobby Ray Inman, USN (Ret.) - former Director of the NSA
Admiral Jerome L. Johnson, USN (Ret.) - former Vice Chief of Naval Operations
General P.X. Kelley, USMC (Ret.) - former Commandant of the Marine Corps
Admiral Robert J. "Barney" Kelly, USN (Ret.) - former Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet
Admiral Frank Kelso, USN (Ret.) - former Chief of Naval Operations
Admiral George "Gus" Kinnear, USN (Ret.) - former Commander of Air Force, Atlantic Fleet
Admiral Charles R. "Chuck" Larson, USN (Ret.) - former Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Command
Admiral Joseph Lopez, USN (Ret.) - former Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Naval Forces, Europe
Captain Jim Lovell, USN (Ret.) - former NASA astronaut, commander of Apollo 13
Admiral James "Ace" Lyons, USN (Ret.) - former Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet
Admiral Paul David Miller, USN (Ret.) - former Commander-in-Chief, Atlantic Fleet
Rear Admiral Benjamin F. Montoya, USN (Ret.) - former Chief of Naval Civil Engineer Corps
General Carl E. Mundy, Jr., USMC (Ret.) - former Commandant of the Marine Corps
Vice Admiral John R. Ryan, USN (Ret.) - former Superintendent of the Naval Academy
Colonel Leo K. Thorsness, USAF (Ret.) - Medal of Honor recipient
Lieutenant General James A. Williams, USA (Ret.) - former Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency
Admiral Ronald J. Zlatoper, USN (Ret.) - former Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Fleet

Saturday, October 25, 2008

WalMart MOST GENEROUS Corporation in 2007!

Forbes magazine has found the MOST Generous Corporation, and it is WalMart. Of all the bashing they take from liberal states like Maryland, the truth is they give the most! Read the article!

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Dvorak and Cell Phone Mania - Funny!

John has done it again, accurate and insightful! I found this article to be a hoot, then realized he is right. We stress and converse way to much on the phone and about phones.

Friday, October 17, 2008

Hawaii ENDS Universal Health Care

As reported by API, Hawaii has ended the Universal Health Care experiment, 7 months after initiating it. Basically it was too costly, and everyone scrambled to use it, even those who could afford health care. Gee whiz, free stuff, and they didn't expect everyone in the state to share in it. This is proof that Universal Health care will not work, and can not be sustained.

Which One Has Obama refused to meet with?

Good Point!

Thursday, October 16, 2008