The nitty gritty of Obama’s tax cuts, er, credits

Dangers In Fallujah

A platoon of soldiers was marching north of Fallujah when they came upon an Iraqi terrorist, badly injured and unconscious. On the opposite side of the road was an Australian soldier in a similar but less serious state…

The soldier was conscious and alert and as first aid was given to both men, the Platoon Leader asked the injured Australian what had happened.

The soldier reported, “I was heavily armed and moving north along the 
highway here, and coming south was a heavily armed insurgent.
We saw each other and both took cover in the ditches along the road.
I yelled to him that Saddam Hussein was a miserable, low-life scumbag
who got what he deserved.

“He yelled back that Kevin Rudd is a bureaucratic, good-for-nothing left-wing Labor dickhead who knows bugger all about running the country.

“So I said that Osama bin Laden dresses and acts like a frigid, mean-spirited lesbian!

“He retaliated by yelling, “Oh yeah?! Well, so does Julia Gillard!

“And, there we were, in the middle of the road, laughing, shaking hands, when a fucking truck hit us!”

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Obama: Candidate of Death

Picked this up via the Jawas this morning.

I had two girlfriends who had abortions previous to the time I knew them, and they were both filled with suppressed regret and self loathing. This would usually erupt unexpectedly after a night of partying and drinking, and they’d melt into tears. This phenomenon isn’t talked about very much, but now there is actually an organization dedicated to the problem, and they have a website: Abortion Changes You.

It seems like a “duh” to me: Yes, it’s difficult, if not impossible, to get over ending the life of the flesh of your flesh and the blood of your blood. Whether you attribute it to genetics or spirituality, women are programed to have, love, and nurture children. If they decide because of selfish expedience to terminate one of them, of course there will be lasting repercussions.

Among them, guys like me will decide that their problems are not worth dealing with, and so will move on.

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Cover your ears, Leftards

The Best Speech of McCain’s Career… Ever

There are old and wise sharks, and there are young and dumb sharks. Young, dumb sharks go racing off at the merest scent of blood, and often expend their energy to dine on mere morsels. Old and wise sharks, however, evaluate every blood trail they encounter, and shift to fresher, heavier ones at their leisure, ensuring that when they do dine, they have expended little energy and arrive to a feast.

I think McCain is an old, wise shark who has found a fresh, heavy blood trail.

McCain in Virginia Beach, Virginia:

“Three weeks from now, you will choose a new President. Choose well. There is much at stake.

These are hard times. Our economy is in crisis. Financial markets are collapsing. Credit is drying up. Your savings are in danger. Your retirement is at risk. Jobs are disappearing. The cost of health care, your children’s college, gasoline and groceries are rising all the time with no end in sight. While your most important asset — your home — is losing value every day.

Americans are fighting in two wars. We face many enemies in this dangerous world, and they are waiting to see if our current troubles will permanently weaken us.

The next President won’t have time to get used to the office. He won’t have the luxury of studying up on the issues before he acts. He will have to act immediately. And to do that, he will need experience, courage, judgment and a bold plan of action to take this country in a new direction. We cannot spend the next four years as we have spent much of the last eight: waiting for our luck to change. The hour is late; our troubles are getting worse; our enemies watch. We have to act immediately. We have to change direction now. We have to fight.

I’ve been fighting for this country since I was seventeen years old, and I have the scars to prove it. If I’m elected President, I will fight to take America in a new direction from my first day in office until my last. I’m not afraid of the fight, I’m ready for it.

I’m not going to spend $700 billion dollars of your money just bailing out the Wall Street bankers and brokers who got us into this mess. I’m going to make sure we take care of the people who were devastated by the excesses of Wall Street and Washington. I’m going to spend a lot of that money to bring relief to you, and I’m not going to wait sixty days to start doing it.

I have a plan to protect the value of your home and get it rising again by buying up bad mortgages and refinancing them so if your neighbor defaults he doesn’t bring down the value of your house with him.

I have a plan to let retirees and people nearing retirement keep their money in their retirement accounts longer so they can rebuild their savings.

I have a plan to rebuild the retirement savings of every worker.

I have a plan to hold the line on taxes and cut them to make America more competitive and create jobs here at home.

Raising taxes makes a bad economy much worse. Keeping taxes low creates jobs, keeps money in your hands and strengthens our economy.

The explosion of government spending over the last eight years has put us deeper in debt to foreign countries that don’t have our best interests at heart. It weakened the dollar and made everything you buy more expensive.

If I’m elected President, I won’t spend nearly a trillion dollars more of your money, on top of the $700 billion we just gave the Treasury Secretary, as Senator Obama proposes. Because he can’t do that without raising your taxes or digging us further into debt. I’m going to make government live on a budget just like you do.

I will freeze government spending on all but the most important programs like defense, veterans care, Social Security and health care until we scrub every single government program and get rid of the ones that aren’t working for the American people. And I will veto every single pork barrel bill Congresses passes.

If I’m elected President, I won’t fine small businesses and families with children, as Senator Obama proposes, to force them into a new huge government run health care program, while I keep the cost of the fine a secret until I hit you with it. I will bring down the skyrocketing cost of health care with competition and choice to lower your premiums, and make it more available to more Americans. I’ll make sure you can keep the same health plan if you change jobs or leave a job to stay home.

I will provide every single American family with a $5000 refundable tax credit to help them purchase insurance. Workers who already have health care insurance from their employers will keep it and have more money to cover costs. Workers who don’t have health insurance can use it to find a policy anywhere in this country to meet their basic needs.

If I’m elected President, I won’t raise taxes on small businesses, as Senator Obama proposes, and force them to cut jobs. I will keep small business taxes where they are, help them keep their costs low, and let them spend their earnings to create more jobs.

If I’m elected President, I won’t make it harder to sell our goods overseas and kill more jobs as Senator Obama proposes. I will open new markets to goods made in America and make sure our trade is free and fair. And I’ll make sure we help workers who’ve lost a job that won’t come back find a new one that won’t go away.

The last President to raise taxes and restrict trade in a bad economy as Senator Obama proposes was Herbert Hoover. That didn’t turn out too well. They say those who don’t learn the lessons of history are doomed to repeat them. Well, my friends, I know my history lessons, and I sure won’t make the mistakes Senator Obama will.
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