Tag Archives: corruption

What Will it Take?

This year’s election process qualifies as a three-ring circus. The lame duck President, an arrogant, narcissistic, bumbling, incompetent ideologue deserves a spotlight all his own and with the continuing compliant devotion of a sycophantic mainstream media will continue to bask in his … Continue reading

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Amereurope

If anyone cares to notice just how far America has fallen, consider that for the first time in our history there are more people who get some sort of food assistance from government sources than there are working full-time here … Continue reading

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Service, not Achievement

During my tenure in the U.S. military, I developed a distaste for the profligate employment of acronyms (second only on my “grump-about” list to the unfortunate tendencies of otherwise attractive young women to enunciate in the flat, nasal, honking tones that … Continue reading

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So Who is Minding the Store?

There sure as hell does not seem to be anyone taking responsibility for anything at all that is going on in government.  Republicans are blaming Democrats, Democrats are still insisting that “it is all Bush’s fault” and the Tea Party … Continue reading

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Behold the Looming Train Wreck

To all of you blind, complacent, dogmatic and guilt-filled voters who placed Obama and his Chicago-inspired assortment of crooks, opportunists, Socialist/Communists, con men and plutocrats in the driver’s seat for the next three and one-half years:  do you understand what … Continue reading

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