Monday, January 11, 2010

A New Year, But A Better One?

So, it's a New Year. There will be much anticipation as we dust ourselves off from 2009. For starters, we've kind of revamped some things here. The evidence of that will be more obvious with each new post. However, the respite was nice considering we were chomping at the bit to voice our opinions and point out the vast short-comings of the mass hysteria we call the Fruitcake Left. Our apologies to the Claxton Fruitcake Company of Claxton, Georgia. You have a good product, but you will never have enough nuts to compete with the Left. And while we, as individuals here at 360 and as a group known as Conservatives are very far from perfect with our own foibles and shortcomings, at least we are not the ones driving the economy and the country into the proverbial toilet by totally giving away everything just to make ourselves feel better about being temporary top dog. The Democrats sudden rise to power will be short-lived as we will all see in the 2010 mid-term elections in November. The same kind of grass roots movement that elected Obama will now undo him and those who blindly follow. His recent approval rating is proof of that, no matter what MSNBC says.

Incidentally, we said not long after the election that Obama was sent to Washington because so many we so disillusioned by the Bush Administration, and that it shouldn't be considered an across the board mandate for Obama's (and the really far left-wing creeps who got him there) policies. And if that's so, why are they still squawking about G.W.? Anger, folks. Serious, feudal-type anger, and these days, you're nobody unless your jerked-off about something Their radical lives are so screwed up, they must bitch about something and somebody. The very things that made this country great are the very things they intend to tear down. Of course, this country isn't perfect; neither are we, neither is anyone in this country. But this is the Great Experiment. Did you ever once ponder as to why the pyramid on the back of a dollar bill is unfinished? We're still building, even if it's building despite the tearing down.

The Democrat's sudden rise to
power will be
short-lived as we
will all see in the 2010
elections in November.
The same kind of grass roots
that elected Obama
will now undo him and those
who blindly follow.

But let's just take a break for the moment and explore other things 2010 will have to look forward to. There's the Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Tickets to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympics Winter Games will be sold in phases:

Also, there's the FIFI World Soccer Cup, legions of pretty sharp movies, slick cars (that only the Obamites will be able to drive), and of course, there's the Census; only this time, ACORN will have no involvement. Thank goodness.

People lie. Unfortunately, it's a fact of life. But to intentionally lie in order to gain a foothold of power, is something else entirely. Every liberal is that way. They manipulate the government and force everyone else to go along with it.
The politicians they support keep enacting policies that don't help anyone. They instead, continue to hurt people and make them more dependent on government. While the current administration seems to be making more of the mistakes of the past by building up the deficit, increasing the size of government and massive give-aways, stop looking through the partisan lens for a moment; both parties are screwing you over right now. They are using you. Ignore the R or the D next to their name and start supporting or opposing the politicians in a very different way: Look at what they believe.

We believe the following:

1. In a balanced budget and therefore will vote for a freeze in government spending until that goal is realized.

2. That government should not increase the financial burden on its citizenry during difficult economic times therefore we oppose all tax increases until our economy has rebounded.

3. That more than four decades of U.S. dependence on foreign oil is a travesty therefore I will support an energy plan that calls for immediately increasing usage of all domestic resources including nuclear energy, natural gas, and coal as necessary.

4. In the sovereignty and security of our country and therefore will support measures to close our borders except for designated immigration points so we will know who is entering and why and I will vehemently oppose any measure giving another country, the United Nations, or any other entity, power over U.S. citizens.

5. That the United States of America is the greatest country on earth and therefore will not apologize for policies or actions which have served to free more and feed more people around the world than any other nation on the planet.

If your politician doesn't believe, support or reflect these beliefs in their actions (not the little words they say), then they aren't supporting you. More importantly, they aren't supporting, protecting or defending the Constitution and it's time to vote the bums out.

If the truth is to be told, the hypocrites who supported/are supporting Obama, and even Obama himself, are losing their once bright savior-like luster. Gone are the clean garbs of "CHANGE!" and "YES WE CAN!" only to be replaced with the metaphors common to the times Obama was selling crack on the streets of Chicago. And taking every kook with him.

While this administration and the parasites that either came with Obama or the ones just waiting for him to come on board are in office, we are not safe, we will be unfairly taxed, bullied, snowed. Yes, you did, Obamites, but nothing lasts forever.

P.S. We hope you don't think this has now set the tone for all of our posts. While we will be embarrassing some people by calling them out, basically the other features never went away. And neither did we.

Happy Regards.

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