Archive for January, 2011

Social Security Woes

I am sick of Congressional Members claiming they have no idea how to fix SS. Here is a tip for you:

Title IV-D Child Support Payments to States.

This, for those uninformed, is a Federally sanctioned payment (from Social Security) to a state for collecting child support payments through State Department of Human Resources (DHR). For every dollar a judge rules is “owed” in Child Support, the state collects a dollar, for every dollar PAID to the state from a person who has had a child support judgment placed on them (usually fathers) the state collects $2. Do the math yourself:

A judge places an order of child support for $300/month.

If the judgment is not paid, the State receives $300/month from the Feds.

if the judgment is paid, the State receives $600/month from the Feds.

So why is there so many questions about SS woes? Lets get rid of the excess. Why are our elected leaders (of the people and for the people right?) acting as if there is no feasable solution? Why are they acting as if they have no idea why the program is going broke? If I can see this issue, then you can bet they know about it.

C’mon people, does anyone else see this as a kick back that has not been discussed on ANY news outlet? Amazing… Wake up people, this is not a political party problem, this is an American problem. Write to your representation and do away with these pork problems! This is an ongoing issue that assists in bankrupting the SS program.

  – Me


The Gr8 One

Muslims get angry when you tell them Muhammad was no prophet, and that he was actually just a child molesting thief.

That being said, Muhammad was a child molesting thief…


– Me

Democrats Smokescreen (Blame the Other Guys)

I have noticed a sharp sense of self-preservation with Democrats lately. After Obama won the election, I believe it was the great one; he whom bipartisan-like stated the following: “I won” (this statement made popular by Obama when Republicans showed signs of disagreeing with his Trillion $ stimulus package Jan ‘09), and who could forget: “We don’t mind the Republicans joining us. They can come for the ride, but they gotta sit in back”. Once again Obama showing no sign of partisan politics whatsoever (Oct ’10), and of course my personal favorite: “And if Latinos sit out the election instead of saying ‘we’re gonna punish our enemies and we’re gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us’. If they don’t see that kind of upsurge in voting in this election, then I think it’s gonna be harder – and that’s why I think it’s so important that people focus on voting on November 2.”

Here are three quotes from the top Democrat showing an absolute polar opposite of partisanship of any form. Shall we look at the top Democrat in the House? Nancy Pelosi on the massive and highly opposed health care reform from her own mouth: “We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.” I have never heard of a legitimate deal brokered where one side (R.) do not know what is in it, much less either side. How did this legislation make it through when the Speaker of the House did not even know what was involved? How about her leftist view on unemployment benefits: “It creates jobs faster than almost any other initiative you can name.” Did she really just say that unemployment benefits (Checks from the government) create jobs? Now I can see how the two correlate: Obama and Pelosi seem to want to run the country as the powers-that-be, making themselves indispensable and undisputable rulers of a welfare state, where citizens are standing there waiting for their handouts.

Now after the past two years of complete Democratic control of our government, God only knows how much money spent on useless, short-term projects and bloated governmental job creation; Democrats have the nerve to say with a straight face, “they are hopeful the Republicans can be bipartisan?” I can see how the hardcore Democrats would say something like this due to their skewed outlook on topics, and due to their pushing through a damned legislative piece with no support from the R. party, but how can the D. not see how partisan they have acted in the past two years? Arrogance does not replace the fact that the D. single-handedly ran up a multi-Trillion $ deficit on nothing, forced it through legislation without reading it, and then voted out of power. Now the remaining, re-elected D. (oddly enough the areas of extremely high welfare and government assistance) are blaming the then-super-minority R. party for the countries problems and accusing THEM of not being bipartisan!

My six year old understands this is wrong and immoral, and sees the D. is the very ones acting like children and being one-sided, all the while attempting to smoke screen themselves and blame the other party. C’mon, let us get very honest for once and take credit for what you have done. If you are one of the idiots who voted for change, tell me this: What kind of change were you looking for, are you proud of your elected politicians for cowering against the very Change they enacted – and did you get it?

– Me

The Best Game Ever

Dan Mullen just signed a multi-million dollar contract for this very reason. Go Dawgs!

– Me

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