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I despise the left wing liberal attempts to change America. I support FREEDOM, freedom of speech, right to bear arms, religious freedom and protecting the rights of Americans, including the unborn. Close the border, round up illegals and send them home. Welcome them back with a green card. I believe in preserving the visions of our founding fathers which did not include Socialism or Sharia Law. This IS STILL America.....at least for now.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Cass Sunstein Would Like to Silence Your Opinions and Beliefs

Cass Sunstein was confirmed as director of the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs. His leftist ideas are more than leftist, they are Marxist. When I think of Cass Sunstein, I think of the "thought police". It is frightening that he is working in the White House...but even more frightening is that he was confirmed. His confirmation speaks loudly as to the direction our country is heading.

Be afraid, be very afraid.

This is not only a man who thinks your pets....and the rats in your home are entitled to attorneys to sue you. He believes you have no right to remove rats from your home.

The latest is that the government should infiltrate all "conspiracy theorists". In plain English, he believes that if you do not agree with the 'official" version of something, you must be stopped from expressing that opinion.

Cass Sunstein wants to silence you. Plain and simple. Think global warming is a fraud? He wants to keep you from expressing that opinion.

I may disagree with some that he would call "conspiracy theorists", but they/we have a right to say what we believe. I believe that right is protected under the Constitution of The United States of America. Remember that little document? You know the one that protects the freedom that was given to humans by God?

God? I guess he is the next conspiracy theory that will be silenced.

Like I said, be afraid. Be very afraid.

Top Obama czar: Infiltrate all 'conspiracy theorists'
Presidential adviser wrote about crackdown on expressing opinions

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Harry Reid and the "no Negro dialect" Comment

Now that the politically correct word police have entered the arena...I want to take a look at what Harry Reid said.

He described Obama as light skinned. Check. He is light skinned.

He described Obama as having "no Negro dialect unless he wanted to have one". Check. He doesn't...but can.

He described Obama as Negro. Check. No further explanation necessary.

I used to work in an office where we had a wonderful young lady (African American) working as a receptionist. She sounded very professional and educated when she was working. I might add that she was working her way through college. If her cell phone rang and she answered it...she almost always communicated in a totally different manner.

She explained this to me as being called "switching" after I commented one day on the subject. She also told me that she lived in two worlds. It was a conversation I had totally forgotten until Harry Reid this week.

As far as Harry Reid, I despise the man. Still, this is a clear example of political bullshit. I can find nothing wrong with his comments.

Let's face it..Harry Reid is older than dirt...and using the word Negro was probably the issue here. Poor old Harry failed to refer to him as African American. In Harry's day, Negro was the proper way to refer to an AFRICAN AMERICAN. It was the "politically correct" way at that time. You can do a lot of things...but one thing you cannot do is make your great-grandparents politically correct by today's standards. The alternative used in those days would land you in jail today for hate speech or use of fighting words....although...it seems to be a term of endearment among the black community. Just don't let a a "cracker" say it.

Wait...did I say that? Make that Caucasian American.

Make no mistake...Reid needs to go, just not for this reason. There is a lot of political BS over race. It cost Trent Lott his career. That was wrong too, in my opinion. Both sides of the aisle look for things to blow out of proportion in the race arena. I guess they see it as a way of gathering votes. I think they WANT to keep race an issue. Maybe if the government left it alone...it would take care of itself. Then again, maybe not.

As I search the internet for information on switching, it occurs to me that more often than not, those polled say they do it to not appear too "white". Talking "white" or acting "white" is not a cool thing among some in the "black" community. I guess that is what my co-worker meant by living in two worlds.



Codeswitching: Black English and Standard English in the African-American Linguistic Repertoire

Public Schools Now Parent Our Children

As a mother raising four children, I was shocked to read a recent story about a school board in Texas telling a parent her child was suspended from school because of his hair. Now, we are not talking a mohawk...or anything like that...just hair.

This is a public school and the child is in pre-k. He has been suspended for having long hair. Since the child has been suspended he sits alone with a teacher in the library at Floyd Elementary school in Balch Springs, Texas, not allowed to go to class. After much media attention the Mesquite School Board decided he could wear his hair braided...but must be kept no longer than his ears. THEY DECIDED?

EXCUSE ME?

Since when does the government dictate how people wear their hair? This is not a private school where there are dress codes...etc. This is a public school. This is a child and I would like to know who gave this school board the authority to make such decisions for this four year old child.

This is a situaion that should not go unnoticed. If the school board wins this battle...what's next? Will they dicate to parents the types of eyeglasses allowed? What about their sneakers? Next they could tell you that only a certain brand of shoes are allowed.

The fact is..the government has no right to parent our children. Period.

Oddly enough, I have joked about government approved haircuts for a year. I am not joking anymore.

School orders boy, 4, to braid long locks

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Happy New Year!

I have taken a break from the news and blogging for the past couple months. Truth is...I needed it.....but now....

I'm baccccckkkkkkkk and madder than hell...lol. Go figure.

Here is hoping you all had a wonderful Chrismtas and a safe and Happy New Year!

Tammy