On the other hand…
Jan07

On the other hand…

Years ago, it was kind of weird being the only kid in school who was afraid of communism.  I’d seen its worst as a toddler, overseas, and as a “navy brat”, by six, I had a solid understanding of its purpose, its ways, means, most important, its defense mechanism:  lie, dissemble, deny, egalitarian its sole purpose.   By High School, as we watched America’s military, our Soldiers, Marines, Sailors and Airmen come home from...

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Coming out of a Disaster
Jan05

Coming out of a Disaster

With regard to obamacare, there should be little doubt at this point, there was never a designed, seriously considered plan assembled for future health care, noting problems, considered solutions, a design to enhance a working system and improve it, obamacare was designed to end the free market health care, and establish the government in control of what would later come out.  While many “penny ante” issues were raised, and false...

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The Budget Deal
Dec19

The Budget Deal

                Speaker of the House Boehner spoke excoriatingly at the “conservatives” who are insisting on “denigrating the deal before they even know the details”, as reported today by the House expecting to conclude the deal this evening.  In this, the “sequestration” was “castrated” as the deal discards the principles of sequestration, freeing up government debt.  What we will see completely abrogates the actual “law passed...

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Repeal Obamacare
Dec12

Repeal Obamacare

Obamacare can’t be made to work effectively.   I state this fact based on a lifetime of building things for specific purposes, designing them to do certain things, and having to take everything I know about both the job and my materials, to even have a chance of doing a workman-like job.  If it was intended to work as “health care”, it would have to have been designed as such, and it clearly wasn’t designed as such.   Take a look...

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What isn’t “government”?
Dec12

What isn’t “government”?

I still remember moving into our first “home” of our own.  We’d just finished a three year tour in Hawaii, went over broke, came back with a full house but still broke, having lived there when gas was two dollars a gallon and less than a dollar in California.   We spent almost three and a half years there and returned to Cherry Point owning a Nissan truck, two years old, furniture and household goods, clothes, everything we...

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