I love my wife - Paris Edition

November 20, 2007

Still on our trip and having a great time, and will be resuming regular blogging duties in the near future, but I just wanted to make one point:

I love my wife.


By making America suck, Republican rule ushering in new immigration problem

November 16, 2007

As now is the time when presidential candiates are focusing time and energy on inconsequential issues like Social Security reform, it is high time that candidates start taking hard looks at other problems that could rock the U.S. to its very foundation in upcoming eons.

Because while the news that Lou Dobbs was considering a presidential run sent shockripples throughout much of CNN, there is another immigration problem that threatens the U.S.

You see, there are literally several people in the United States that subscribe to the Dobbsian-Tancredian “Every-Day-Is-the-Attack-Scene-From-Red-Dawn-And-Mexican-And-Islamic-Hordes-Are-Taking-Over-And-You-Better-Start-Pissing-In-The-Radiator-Before-They-Butcher-Us-All and-Turn-Our-Genetalia-Into-a-Soup-To-Be-Served-With-Rice-and-Beans-or-Cous-Cous” theory.

The problem of rampant illegal immigration in the U.S. is a self-solving one, however. You see, one of the upsides of having a long stretch of Republican leadership has been the overall effect of making the U.S. a nation where immigrants no longer wish to sneak into. To poorly quote Jerry Seinfeld “Why would anyone want to leave a country with ponies to go to a non-pony country.”

With haphazard health care and few jobs that don’t require a name tag, as well as a currency that racing toward equal value with the Somali shilling, sneaking into the U.S. is more and more appearing to be a fool’s errand. Basically, the poor of other nations will soon be finding it much more cost effective to take crappy jobs in their own countries, bypassing the arduous task of sneaking past hyper-patriotic “Minute Men” in the deserts of Arizona.

The self-fixing of this illegal immigrant problem, however, will quite likely lead to a new problem, as mega-rich criminals and dictators of other nations will soon be sneaking into the U.S. to set up compounds, ala Paraguay.

Yes, in but a few years, mogul-dictators like Perez Musharraf will be sneaking through into the U.S. and creating compounds in states like Montana, Utah and Texas. And the U.S. government will once again turn a blind eye. Think about it, the current government does little more than make empty threats toward illegal immigrants, as well as despotic wannabe-dictators. When the wannabe dictators become illegal immigrants, those in charge of the U.S. will give them the same type of attention they tend to give injured veterans - virtually none.

So remember, when candidates for President and other offices spend the majority of 2008 discussing issues that have no real affect on average Americans, there is one non-issue that truly threatens us all - the inevitable trent of reverse illegal immigration.

Because one day, maybe soon, those looking at coming to the U.S. to work hard and better themselves wil be looking elsewhere. And those looking for a government that coddles rich tyrants and criminals will find a perfect place to take refuge in a nation where the currency is collapsing faster than the infrastucture.


Taking a little break

November 1, 2007

Nearly 90 years since my Grandfather arrived in the U.S. from Germany, one of his descendants is heading back to Europe. Yes, my wife and I are expected to land in France sometime on Saturday.

So, in case you notice an appealing lack of me around here, now you’ll know why. I’ll be away for the majority of November and will be solely concentrating on things away from computers. And I’ll be easy to find, I’ll be the guy standing right next to his wife for three weeks or so.

So to my loyal reader, thanks for coming. I’ll be back, raring to go.

Take care,


Bush admits to being a Democrat all along - says America needs change

November 1, 2007

WASHINGTON — Taking a cue from one-time Republican blogger John Cole, President George W. Bush told a group of reporters that he, in fact, was a Democrat and has been for the past seven years.

“I think this goes to show you how twist the Democratic Party has become, in many ways,” said Bush. “And we’ve really seen it all from them. Out-of-control spending, mostly. And hate. Lots of hate.”

The comment confused reporters, many asking how this could be possible. Bush relied that he was a Republican when first elected, but secretly shifted to Democrat around November of 2001.

“I didn’t even tell the DNC about it,” said Bush. “But I was, and remain a Democrat. Do you notice that Osama bin Laden is still on the loose? That al-Qaida is stronger than ever? That we can’t even score a decisive win in Iraq? That’s because a Democrat is in office.”

Bush, who was joined by fellow Democrats Dianne Feinstein and Joe Lieberman, said that the Democrats record has been ghastly the past seven years, and that change was needed.

“Let me tell you, as a Democrat, I can’t even bring myself to work with the people of my own party. That’s how bad it’s gotten,” said Bush. “That’s why, as much as I hate to say it, right now the United States needs a change in direction. It’s time for the Republicans to take a crack at it now.”

While Bush reiterated that he would be a vibrant President during his final days, he said he would be unable to campaign for any candidates.

“The thing is, the reason you don’t see me out there campaigning is that I’m conflicted. I’m deeply troubled about the Democratic Party and feel that the best choices for President and for Congress is Republicans,” said Bush.

It remains to be seen how this situation will effect the 2008 elections. Already several prominent GOP Presidential candidates have openly disassociated themselves from Bush.

“This changes everything,” said Sen. John McCain. “I disagreed with George Bush on many things, but would always end up agreeing with him because I believed he was Republican. Now, I must say that I disagree with the things I formerly agreed with but actually disagreed with.”

For his part, Bush appeared relieved to have made the admission.

“It’s been tough keeping this a secret, but worth it,” said Bush. “Now you see what happens when Democrats run things. America needs a change. Vote Republican.”


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