WUI (Writing under the influence)

Somebody once said we are all Americans, sometimes born in the wrong places.
On a warm autumn day in 1986, while enjoying beer with my college buddies,
I decided to join my new homeland.

I've come to appreciate the ideals that helped create this great country.
Liberalism, political-correctness, multiculturalism and moral equivalence
are destroying it.

This old house Grovenet Wal*Mart Visiting Poland American wine better than French.

Friday, October 31, 2008


Why don't they listen to Obama? America sucks!!! Why are you risking (and losing) your lives to come here?
A group of migrants was intercepted by the U.S. Coast Guard on Friday morning, and three died when some of the migrants reportedly jumped overboard in a last-ditch effort to make it to shore.

I found this very interesting. My wife would know why.
"I would find myself very difficult to live with because I am totally self-contained and resent having to do things I don't want to do. Now I can choose. When I'm put in a position where I don't want to be there, I make sure everyone else is miserable."

One ray of hope for McCain's pulling this thing out is a recent poll from California that says that Measure 8 is trailing. I don't believe that majority of any state would favor redefining the definition of marriage. So I really hope that all polls are simply wrong.

Being a graduate of both UW and UW (Seattle and Madison) I receive calls and letters from both asking for money. Each time (in case of phone calls) I say tat I will not contribute because the university is against republicans. Well, it seems they got the message.

Thursday, October 30, 2008


Obama supporters will be disappointed no matter what the outcome of the election. They will be crushed if he loses. If he wins, they will be drunk with joy for days, weeks, months maybe and then, when the reality hits, they will have a huge and exceptionally long (i.e., 4 years) hangover.

BTW, I think it is important to vote even in the states where either of the candidates is sure to lose. This is especially important for McCain. If he loses this election, it's important that it not be a blowout. Democrats will call it a mandate in any case but it will stick in the minds of fair people for the next election when Obama and the Congress overreach. But if McCain wins, it's important that he also wins the popular vote. Democrats will try to diminish it as they have done in the past but in the minds of the fair people it will be enough for McCain to use his veto pen from time to time (I hope almost every time.)

The bet right now is that Obama wins...

Wednesday, October 29, 2008


One way to imagine how we would all live under Obama is to consider how so called native Americans live on reservations. Unless a particular tribe runs a casino...

Will they be allowed to run casinos? Maybe they will be taxed more and the money will be spread around the tribes that are less industrious.

I have to admit that it is tempting to consider not having to work to take care of my family. Obama will take care of them and I will just play poker and smoke cigars all day. Yeah, my children will have to attend public schools but that would be OK since they would not have to work very hard to make it in the Obamaland.

Can I retroactively ask for a free college?

More on how FDR screwed America and how Obama will screw it again.
With victory in sight, Barack Obama’s supporters are predicting that he will give us a new New Deal. To see what that might mean, let’s look back on the original New Deal.

The purpose of New Deal legislation was not, as commonly thought, to restore economic growth but rather to freeze the economy in place at a time when it seemed locked in a downward spiral. Its central program, the National Recovery Administration (NRA), created 700 industry councils for firms and unions to set minimum prices and wages. The Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA), the ancestor of our farm bills, limited production to hold up prices. Unionization, encouraged by NRA and the 1935 Wagner Act, was meant to keep workers in jobs that the unemployed would have taken at lower pay.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Took a different road back home today. I'm not sure what these plants are but they look familiar...

How Great Depression was caused by so called progressive agenda (including unions who may have a lot more power after this election) according to Milton Friedman.
The Great Depression created a widespread misconception that market economies are inherently unstable and must be managed by the government to avoid large macreconomic fluctuations, that is, business cycles. This view persists to this day despite the more than 40 years since Milton Friedman and Anna Jacobson Schwartz showed convincingly that the Federal Reserve’s monetary policies were largely to blame for the severity of the Great Depression. In 2002 Ben Bernanke (then a Federal Reserve governor, today the chairman of the Board of Governors) made this startling admission in a speech given in honor of Friedman’s 90th birthday: “I would like to say to Milton and Anna: Regarding the Great Depression, you’re right. We did it. We’re very sorry.”

I wonder why Democrats voting for Obama are not concerned about losing their freedoms. They've been repeating Franklin (who said that those who sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither and will lose both) for the past 8 years but now are ready to embrace all kinds of state intrusions much worse than those advocated by the Bush administration.

It doesn't surprise me much, though. Some prefer to live in slavery as long as they are taken care of. It's almost like looking in a rear-view mirror. I've seen this before...

Monday, October 27, 2008

Driving home from work on one of the last sunny days this year... (BTW, it's not the lens; it's the windshield I have to clean. Yeah, I'm driving with my both hands off the wheel.)

How so called progressives started wealth-spreading.

Given that poorer citizens always outnumber the rich, political philosophers have long worried that government based on majority rule could lead to organized theft from the wealthy by the democratic masses. "If the majority distributes among itself the things of a minority, it is evident that it will destroy the city," warns Aristotle.

The founders of the United States were deep students of politics and history, and they shared Aristotle's worry. Up through their time, history had shown all known democracies to be "incompatible with personal security or the rights of property." James Madison and others therefore made it a "first object of government" to protect personal property from unjust confiscation. Numerous provisions were included in the Constitution and Bill of Rights to protect the property rights of citizens.

Given that one of the causes of the American Revolution was a tax, the founders understood very well that taxation could become a way for one group to prey on another. So while the Constitution empowered the federal government to levy taxes, it limited this power mostly to indirect taxes like tariffs, duties, and excise taxes. For much of American history the federal government subsisted solely on those fees.

The Constitution did grant the federal government the power to levy "direct" taxes on a "per head" basis, but required that all money raised this way must be given to the states according to their population. The aim here was to preserve a decentralized federal system of rule, and to make it "difficult to place a direct tax on capital, the most destructive tax in terms of economic growth and economic initiative," according to Professor Edward Erler.

Until the Civil War, the idea of a tax on individual incomes would have seemed preposterous to most Americans. Only as an emergency wartime measure did Congress adopt an income tax in the 1860s, and the measure was allowed to lapse with little fanfare in 1872. Estimates vary regarding the percentage of citizens affected by the income tax of this era, but none places it at more than 10 percent.

The modern income tax begins with the Progressive era in American politics. In an influential 1889 article entitled "The Owners of the United States," crusading attorney Thomas Shearman argued that the lion's share of the country's wealth was in a limited number of hands. If an income tax was not adopted, he warned, within 30 years "the United States of America will be substantially owned" by 50,000 people.

While the economy struggles, our governor reveals "climate change" agenda. Its only purpose is to eliminate as many real jobs as possible in order to enslave as many people as possible so they vote democrat against their own interests.

In the meantime, in parts of the world where the economy still grows and jobs are scarce, Poland and Italy oppose EU's global warming agreement. No wonder IBM prefers to invest in Poland (in Gdansk, of all cities, so if Obama ruins America completely I may actually go back; how ironic!)

Is this why the Big 0 endorsed Smith?

Some people in my area still have their priorities straight.

Thursday, October 23, 2008


Quote of the day

The America of my time line is a laboratory example of what can happen to democracies, what has eventually happened to all perfect democracies throughout all histories. A perfect democracy, a "warm body" democracy in which every adult may vote and all votes count equally, has no internal feedback for self-correction.... [O]nce a state extends the franchise to every warm body, be he producer or parasite, that day marks the beginning of the end of the state. For when the plebs discover that they can vote themselves bread and circuses without limit and that the productive members of the body politic cannot stop them, they will do so, until the state bleeds to death, or in its weakened condition the state succumbs to an invader — the barbarians enter Rome. -- Robert A. Heinlein

Via Corner.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008


Quote of the (other) day

"The financial crisis is not the crisis of capitalism. It is the crisis of a system that has distanced itself from the most fundamental values of capitalism, which betrayed the spirit of capitalism." -- Sarkozy


Your last chance...

...to score on a malpractice suit is now.

If Obama wins, nobody will be allowed to sue. I feel bad for the woman. But waiting 2 hours is nothing. One would more likely wait 2 days or 2 months in Canada and in Obamaland.b


Quote of the day

While preparing for Obama presidency, keep this in mind:

Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience. -- C.S. Lewis

Via Corner.

Sunday, October 19, 2008


She is not a woman - She is a Republican

I've heard it before. It doesn't bother me at all when the extreme lefties say it. It doesn't bother me at all when so called feminists (or as Rush calls them, femi-nazis) say it. But when one of my parishioners, supposedly a Catholic, who at least in theory should be more respectful says it, I'm very saddened.

It's true that Oregon is the least Christian of all states and the least Catholic. And I know that at least half of those few Catholics vote Democrat and more than that will vote for Obama. It's one thing to be engaged in (wrong) political discourse. It's quite another to simply turn your opponent into a non-human.

On the positive note, it's funny that Obama in many people's minds is running against Palin.

This picture was taken before the 5:30 pm mass yesterday at St. Matthew parish parking lot in Hillsboro, OR.

Thursday, October 16, 2008


Audacity of gall

Germans attacked Poland on 9/1/1939. They killed, pillaged, and otherwise destroyed the country. Then the Soviets (unfortunately Americans weren't fast enough) "liberated" Poland and in the process many Germans were expelled from its old territories.

I don't blame the families who tried to sue Poland for reparation. Poland is being a thorn in the EU's back lately so the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg might have tried to inflict some punishments for Poland's opposition to some of the EU's crazy ideas.

But it couldn't do it without inviting thousands of similar cases across Europe for all kinds of expulsions, expatriations, etc. dating back hundreds of years.

I don't like the court's opinion though.

The court however rejected their argument, saying claims of inhumane treatment were inadmissible as Poland didn't have actual and judicial control of its German territory between January and April 1945, when the expulsions took place.

The court also found the Polish government could not breach the European Convention of Human Rights and its guarantees of property rights as it only ratified the treaty in 1994.


But then the same argument, when used by Israel, for example, is always rejected by the same high minded Europeans.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008


This old house (deck)

It's almost done. I need just a few more small pieces to finish. But this has been story of anything I do: I get very close to the end and then I move on to something else, like finishing my poker room.

The before pictures are here.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008


Quote of the day

"The financial crisis is not the crisis of capitalism. It is the crisis of a system that has distanced itself from the most fundamental values of capitalism, which betrayed the spirit of capitalism." -- Nicolas Sarkozy

Tuesday, October 07, 2008


Visiting Poland

We traveled to Poland in summer 2008. I took advantage of my first 2-month sabbatical and decided to show my old country to my children and go to places that even I hadn't seen. It started in Gdansk where I was born and lived most of my life in Poland.

We spent a lot of time in my mother's house. She lives a few miles from Gdansk so we could visit a different part of the town each day. First, the old town. Then, the neighborhood where I lived, wich I called the communism tour. We followed with a short visit to the most fun place on the Baltic Sea, Sopot, where I had spent a lot of time killing time.

Then it was time to move south across Poland. We first stopped in Malbork, then Torun, not-to-be-missed Czestochowa, and what it may be the prettiest city in Poland, Krakow, where we spent more than a week.

The trip wasn't cheap. The gas prices in Europe are crazy and the weak dollar made it even more so. But it was worth it. Even my 3-year-old seemed to enjoy visiting her father's old country. I guess she and the other three didn't mind that their Italian cousins decided to came along.

My trip to Poland in may 2006 was very short and very busy. I didn't even try to post every day so I just took pictures and tried to recreate my trip day-by-day after I came back.

Getting home
Poland day 6, May 9: Last meal
Poland day 5, May 8: if you only have one day
Poland day 4, May 7: Where it all started
Poland day 3, May 6: Polish wedding
Poland day 1, May 4


Honest Democrat is not an oxymoron 100% of the time (but close to it)

Artur Davis of Alabama issued the following statement on September 30:

"Like a lot of my Democratic colleagues I was too slow to appreciate the recklessness of Fannie and Freddie. I defended their efforts to encourage affordable homeownership when in retrospect I should have heeded the concerns raised by their regulator in 2004. Frankly, I wish my Democratic colleagues would admit when it comes to Fannie and Freddie, we were wrong."

The first honest Democrat in a long while. Barney Frank, Sen. Dodd and yes, Sen. Obama should follow his example but they can't. To do so would be an admission of culpability for they accepted political contributions from Fannie and Freddie, which more aptly should be called what they were: bribes.

For the record, Rep. Davis also said this:

"By the way, I wish my Republican colleagues would admit that they missed the early warning signs, that Wall Street deregulation was overheating the securities market and promoting dangerously lax lending practices. When it comes to the debacle in our capital markets, there is much blame to go around for both sides."

This statement betrays his lack of understanding of free markets. Fannie and Freddie created a new demand that loan originators were happy to satisfy. So in fact, free markets worked as designed: somebody wanted something and was willing to pay for it, somebody else supplied it.

Speaking of Republicans who missed the warning signs. According to Michael Barone there were 17 proposal put forward by Republicans to regulate Fannie and Freddie that have never been implemented because mostly Democrats resisted the change.

The reason why so many people are supporting Obama is that almost nobody knows him. His lack of experience allows many people to imagine what he his. But there are no 1000 Obamas but just 1: a Marxist who is being manipulated by other Marxists like Ayers, Wright, etc. Obama is a Marxists who will turn this recession into another great depression just as Roosevelt turned the recession that followed the crash of 1929 into the Great Depression. Yes, that's right. And it's not a right-wing opinion anymore. The latest comes from the UCLA:
FDR's Policies Prolonged Depression by 7 Years, UCLA Economists Calculate
Two UCLA economists say they have figured out why the Great Depression dragged on for almost 15 years, and they blame a suspect previously thought to be beyond reproach: President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

After scrutinizing Roosevelt's record for four years, Harold L. Cole and Lee E. Ohanian conclude in a new study that New Deal policies signed into law 71 years ago thwarted economic recovery for seven long years.

"Why the Great Depression lasted so long has always been a great mystery, and because we never really knew the reason, we have always worried whether we would have another 10- to 15-year economic slump," said Ohanian, vice chair of UCLA's Department of Economics. "We found that a relapse isn't likely unless lawmakers gum up a recovery with ill-conceived stimulus policies."

In an article in the August issue of the Journal of Political Economy, Ohanian and Cole blame specific anti-competition and pro-labor measures that Roosevelt promoted and signed into law June 16, 1933.

"President Roosevelt believed that excessive competition was responsible for the Depression by reducing prices and wages, and by extension reducing employment and demand for goods and services," said Cole, also a UCLA professor of economics. "So he came up with a recovery package that would be unimaginable today, allowing businesses in every industry to collude without the threat of antitrust prosecution and workers to demand salaries about 25 percent above where they ought to have been, given market forces. The economy was poised for a beautiful recovery, but that recovery was stalled by these misguided policies."


Today's debate

1. McCain sucks.
2. The elitist Obama tells another elitist Brokaw: "You are doing a good job." I don't think Brokaw is amused.
3. As a Pole (albeit one who doesn't live there anymore) I don't want any moral support from Obama.
4. I'm still glad McCain mentioned Fannie and Freddie. Maybe it wasn't enough but at least it will start the conversation. Maybe 4 weeks will be enough to sort through all of it.
5. McCain is playing it safe. He knows there is one more debate when he can go for broke.
6. McCain's last answer blew me away. Yes, I actually got a little teary. And I hate when it happens.

Monday, October 06, 2008


[fill in the blank] for all will bankrupt us

Houses for all, college for all, health care for all etc. perfect recipe for the ruin this country will surely experience.

It's pretty embarrassing that we have to receive this lesson from Aussies.

"America needs to realize that not everyone can own a home. The American Dream of home ownership for all is a fraud. Politicians who pimped this dream created an unsustainable mortgage industry whose collapse is only surprising because it didn't happen earlier. America's mortgage industry will not recover, nor deserve to recover, unless it is prepared to challenge this politically unpalatable reality."

Friday, October 03, 2008


Pictures from Poland (Krakow)


Better late than never (cont.)

And the Vatican just said that all Democrats are as bad as Kulongoski.
Burke, who was named prefect of the Vatican’s Supreme Court of the Apostolic Signature in June, told the Italian Catholic newspaper Avvenire that the U.S. Democratic Party risked “transforming itself definitively into a party of death for its decisions on bioethical issues.” He then attacked two of the party’s most high profile Catholics — vice presidential candidate Joe Biden and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi — for misrepresenting Church teaching on abortion.

He said Biden and Pelosi, “while presenting themselves as good Catholics, have presented Church doctrine on abortion in a false and tendentious way.”


Quote of the day

"Fundamentally, the collapse of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac is a crisis of government, not of capitalism. Capitalism is just collateral damage." -- Glenn Reynolds


Better late than never

I have said many bad things about Vlazny because he hasn't done anything to tell Catholics that Kulongoski's policies are in odds with the church teachings. Until now.
The Catholic Church’s Portland archbishop issued an unprecedented public rebuke Tuesday of Gov. Ted Kulongoski for hosting an event for an abortion rights group, calling the Catholic governor’s action embarrassing and scandalous.

Kulongoski, who was raised in a Catholic orphanage in the 1940s and has remained a practicing, lifelong Catholic, also has supported abortion rights throughout a political career that dates to 1974, the year after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the right to abortion in its Roe vs. Wade decision.

Although the church adamantly opposes abortion, it has never publicly criticized Kulongoski as it did Tuesday when Portland Archbishop John Vlazny chastised him for hosting an event this Friday for the abortion rights group NARAL Pro Choice. Vlazny called it “a source of embarrassment for our church and a scandal for the Catholic community.”

Kulongoski spokesman Rem Nivens said that while the public upbraiding was unprecedented, the governor would continue to embrace both his Catholic faith and his public advocacy for abortion rights.

“He said that the archbishop is the governor’s pastor and he only has respect and admiration for him, but that they respectfully disagree on this issue,” Nivens said.

The Catholic Church increasingly has grown concerned about politicians who, as Catholics, do not uphold the church’s policies. In 2004, a Catholic archbishop forbade Sen. John Kerry, the Democratic nominee for president, from taking Communion because he supported abortion rights.

Portland Archdiocese spokesman Bud Bunce said Vlazny has never issued a statement publicly criticizing an elected official by name until Tuesday.

The deciding factor in Vlazny’s decision to do so now, Bunce said, was that “this is a governor who is a Catholic, who makes it clear that he is a Catholic, hosting an event for an abortion group.”

In his statement, Vlanzy said, “For a Catholic governor to host an event of this sort seems a deliberate dissent from the teachings of the Church.”

Adding to the archbishop’s displeasure, Bunce said, was that the NARAL Pro Choice event is two days before the Catholic Church’s “Respect Life Sunday” celebration of Mass. Vlazny called on Catholics to “express their displeasure to the governor and to remind him of the demands of personal integrity as a member of our faith community” by calling his office and by attending Mass at St. Mary’s Cathedral in Portland on the same day that Kulongoski hosts the abortion rights event.

Nivens said that while the governor has not been listed as an official host for past events held by NARAL Pro Choice, he has attended and spoken at them. He is not scheduled to speak at Friday’s event.

“In general, it’s not a new level of engagement by the governor on this,” Nivens said. “He’s always been open about his support for the organization’s work.”

We donate money to the archdiocese every year. This year I almost didn't do it until about 6 weeks ago. On the donation slip I designated the money for education purposes only because the money could have been spent on helping illegal immigrants. That's another thing I don't like about Vlazny. It's not that he wants to help them but that he is angry at me for trying to stop illegal immigration. In any case, after what he has done now, I have more respect for him. There are not enough Catholics in Oregon to swing any race this year though.


Their women are also much better looking

I often hear from the left that we should be more like Sweden. I agree.

With the economy struggling, at least some people are urging a pro-growth tax cut. Too bad they live in Stockholm. As a recent headline in Agence France-Presse put it: "Sweden Announces Income Tax Cuts to Boost Jobs." The government is planning to cut business taxes and the personal income and payroll tax.

"The corporate tax is one of the taxes which large companies really study when they plan to set up business somewhere," says Jan Björklund, leader of the country's Liberal Party, in promoting the tax cut plan. The corporate tax reduction will bring the Swedish rate down to 26.3% from 28%, continuing its fall from a high of 57% in 1987. This means that Swedes will soon have a corporate tax rate one-third lower than the U.S. average of 39.5% (the 35% federal rate plus the state average).

Sweden remains a high-tax country overall, with individual rates well above 50% plus pension and payroll obligations. Maria Rannka, president of the Swedish think tank Timbro, has reported that entrepreneurship had become such an alien concept that more than half of Sweden's 50 largest companies were founded before World War I and only two after 1970 -- the period when taxes and social welfare programs proliferated.

Now, however, Sweden is discovering that it must cut taxes to compete with Ireland, Eastern Europe and fast-growing Asia. Three years ago Sweden eliminated its inheritance tax. The U.S. death tax rate is still 45%. John McCain cited Ireland's low rate in his Friday debate with Barack Obama, who continues to insist that U.S. business is undertaxed.

If Mr. Obama wins in November, maybe his first foreign trip should be to Stockholm. He could use the tax tutorial.


Welcome to Obamaland

While Obama is going to take us left, the countries that have been there tell us we are stupid.
Leszek Balcerowicz, Poland's former finance minister, recently said his country is enjoying "its best period in 300 years." CNN looks at how the country emerged from communism to become one of eastern Europe's most stable and thriving democracies.


What's wrong with Kansas Democrats

Democrats say they are amazed that so many people don't vote their interests (i.e., vote for Democrats.) First, many who vote for Republicans, like me, actually think they do vote their interests (i.e., personal freedom.) But what's more important, those who think they vote their interests by voting for Democrats are making a big mistake. And I don't talk just about today's meltdown on Wall Street.

This is a very interesting letter received by somebody on NRO.

Just thought I’d send some thoughts from small-business America. My husband’s business is a canary in the coalmine. When tax policies are favorable to business, he hires more guys, buys more goods, etc. When he is taxed more heavily, he fires people, doesn’t buy anything new, etc. Well, duh. So, at the mere thought of a President Obama, he has paid off his debt, canceled new spending, and jotted a list of whom to “let go.”

The first of the guys will get the news tomorrow. And these are not minimum-wage earners. These are “rich” guys, making between $200,000 and $250,000 a year.

My husband will make sure that we’re okay, money-wise, but he won’t give himself a paycheck that will just be sent to Washington. He’ll make sure that he’s not in “rich guy” tax territory. So, he will not spend his money, not show a profit, and scale his workforce down to the bare minimum.

Multiply this scenario across the country and you’ll see the Obama effect: unemployment, recession, etc. No business owner will vote for this man, but many a “middle-class worker” will vote himself out of a job. Sad the Republican can’t articulate this.


After the "bailout" passes let's make sure everybody knows who is at fault


Welcome to Obamaland

Poland set to impose chemical castration after outrage over incest case
Polish Castration Plans for Pedophiles Angers Brussels


Capitalism has not failed

We haven't had capitalism since Roosevelt killed it with his New Deal. I have a bumper sticker that says "Brink back capitalism."

This explains it well.

"Some kind of federal reaction is warranted because the federal government is a major cause of the crisis, and taxpayers are already on the hook for a good chunk of the financial failout. For years, Congress protected and egged on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac while refusing even to consider rethinking the mortgage-interest tax deduction that encourages investment in residential housing over other forms of capital formation. Federal policymakers compelled financial institutions to take on additional mortgage risk through regulatory blackmail (thanks, Barney Frank and ACORN!). The Federal Reserve moved its eye off the price-stability ball and alternatively loosened and tightened the money supply in whipsaw fashion. Millions of people responded to these perverse federal policies by taking on additional risk and steering more capital from more-productive investments to the housing market. To argue that because Washington has screwed things up in the past, it should stand back now and see what happens may be tempting, but it is based on an old fallacy. A good analogy is an arrow wound. If someone shoots you with a barbed arrow, your life may be threatened. That doesn't mean that the best response is just to yank it out, which will further imperil your life."


The hate is coming from you...

...because you are mentally ill.
"A psychopath is a person without conscience; someone who constantly breaks the moral rules of the community. Saul Alinsky was a "community organizer" who found a career that fit that personality disorder. In the Orwellian upside-down world of the Left, community organizers disorganize communities. That is the meaning of revolution, to overturn whatever exists today in the raw pursuit of one's own power."

I knew this, I felt this every day on Grovenet. I feel it every day around me. But I couldn't explain it. I asked every day: Why the hate? Is power worth destroying your own country and its people? Now I know. The left is full of sadistic psychopaths.

Thursday, October 02, 2008


If all vegetarians are Democrats...

...this article explains why.

Going veggie shrinks the brain

SCIENTISTS have discovered that going veggie could be bad for your brain - with those on a meat-free diet six times more likely to suffer brain shrinkage.

Vegans and vegetarians — such as Heather Mills — are the most likely to be deficient because the best sources of the vitamin are meat, particularly liver, milk and fish.


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