Trezza's Truth

Just my thoughts on everything . . .

Awesome Bumper Stickers June 29, 2009

Filed under: Politics — lissatz @ 6:43 pm

Beginning with my favorite:watchtv

actually

english

fairness

foxnews

 

(Get ready, ’cause it’s a-comin’!)free

hopeychangey

informed

socialism

taxes

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Wise Words June 14, 2009

Filed under: Politics — lissatz @ 9:25 pm

“First, they ignore you. Then, they laugh at you. Then, they attack you. Then you win!” ~Gandhi

Remember how they treated those of us who went to the Tea Parties and how they continue to treat us? I do.

 

9/12 Project Comment

Filed under: Politics — lissatz @ 9:15 pm

“I am coming to the conclusion that the American people are 1. Too scared, 2. Can’t be bothered, or 3. Like every other war, and we are at war to save our country, let someone else fight it for me while I piss and moan that we have to do something.”

Couldn’t have said it better myself. I think I’m #3, although I actually have tried to do something. I’m doing this blog, trying to inform friends and family without alienating them (woo, that is a hard one, believe me!), purchased and handed out 10 copies of The 5,000 Year Leap & 100 copies of the Constitution, went around my neighborhood with flyers for the Tea Party here in Phoenix, made signs for the Tea Party, and attended it. I feel like I need to do something bigger, though. What needs to happen is a march on Washington, D.C. Hmmmmm.

That’s all.

 

Palin Cleared, but no one knows it June 10, 2009

Filed under: Politics — lissatz @ 6:25 pm

 

http://washingtontimes.com/news/2009/jun/08/palin-fends-off-all-ethics-charges-brought-since-0/?feat=home_headlines

http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSTRE4A307T20081104?feedType=RSS&feedName=topNews

Did you know that Sarah Palin was just recently cleared on all of those “troopergate” charges? You didn’t, did you? I bet you did hear all about her daughter and her baby and the father of the baby, etc., etc., didn’t you? That’s what I thought. Why do you think that is? The same media that brought you every dirty detail about the Palin family’s trials and tribulations has hardly uttered a peep about Mrs. Palin’s vindication. What a shocker.

That’s all.

 

WARNING! WARNING!

Filed under: Politics — lissatz @ 6:10 pm

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYVTxqkp7V8

http://therealbarackobama.wordpress.com/2009/06/10/glenn-beck-shadow-government-june-9/

Please take a look at the above links and watch the videos, particularly, the first one. Unfortunately, this idiot took a video of his actual television screen and so it’s not the best, but what are you going to do. I know, I know, this is going to “waste” an entire ten minutes of your life, but this is important, people! Trust me, you will find this very interesting and if you don’t, you should. Because this country is in trouble. If you don’t know that yet, this should help to convince you.

That’s all.

 

Did you know . . . June 9, 2009

Filed under: Politics — lissatz @ 9:28 pm

 

  • Previous presidents have assigned “czars”, but Obama has assigned the most (16).
  • Czars are appointed by the president without any approval or even discussion by anyone in Congress.
  • Czars report only to the President.
  • Obama’s czars are in control of $1.7 TRILLION with absolutely no input from Congress or anyone else, for that matter, except the President. So far, they don’t even seem to be talking to anyone in the media. That’s because they don’t have to. They answer to no one – except Obama.

 

 

  • Watch this video: http://www.businessandmedia.org/articles/2009/20090609205031.aspx. This is very, very interesting. Of course, it’s just one witness, but I’d love to see someone investigate Gretchen’s claims. Actually, this entire segment of the show was amazingly interesting and scary, but I haven’t been able to find the whole thing online yet.

 

  • Regarding Fiat coming in and “saving” Chrysler: You may be aware of some opposing the deal , trying to bring it to the Supreme Court’s attention. Unfortunately, nothing really came of it. You may wonder what the big deal is. Well, from what I can gather, one of the problems is the fact that with this deal, the unions get the most money out of it, while the secured bondholders get the least. This is completely backwards. For 230 years, secured bondholders have always been the ones to get the most money. ( I suppose, because they put up the most money? I’m not really sure.) Anyway, one judge just completely reversed this. Since there is now precedent, how difficult do you think it’s going to be for future companies looking to raise money to get secured bondholders to help them out? Are they going to want to help a struggling company knowing that now there is no guarantee that they will see the most money back should the company go bankrupt? Great. Way to help out business, Obama!

 

  • Ten banks have finally been “approved” to return the TARP money they received from the government (a.k.a. us). (That’s right; the government wouldn’t just let the banks give the money back to them. They had to jump through a ton a hoops first. Now why is that? That is the question. Think about it: When you borrow money from someone – credit card company, mortgage company, your rich uncle – who has the power over the other? ) Anyway, it was a total of $68 billion. What do you think the government should do with that money, considering the country is in dire straits and has trillions of dollars in negative cash flow? Do you think maybe they should pay down some of that debt? Ah, but you forget, young grasshopper, we do not live in the land of common sense any longer. We live in a world where spending money creates money, socialism is good, and the government pays children to get good grades! Timothy “Turbo Tax” Geithner has said that he will use the returned funds for future bailouts, if needed.  Gosh, they were right. He is the guy to really get things done! This guy’s a freakin’ genius!

 

 

Racism is Racism is Racism June 7, 2009

Filed under: Politics — lissatz @ 12:42 pm

 

Thomas Sowell, for those of you unfamiliar, is a black economist and author. I love him. Anway, he was on Glenn Beck’s television show about a week ago and they were discussing that racist Supreme Court judge nominee, Sonia Sotomayor. They were talking about this quote (which she has stated about 3 or four times, so this is far from an isolated incident, by the way): “I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness of her experiences would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a white male who hasn’t lived that life.” Sowell responded, “Racism doesn’t have a good track record. It’s been tried out a long time and you’d think by now we’d want to put an end to it instead of putting it under new management.” HILARIOUS and so true! Just imagine what would happen if a white male Supreme Court nominee had made the following statement, “I would hope that a wise white man with the richness of his experiences would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a Latina female who hasn’t lived that life.” Think about that. Wouldn’t the entire country proclaim from the rooftops that this man was a racist? The answer, of course, is yes. So, why is it okay when the roles are reversed? The only logical and acceptable answer is that it’s not okay and it makes now difference whether a “minority” is saying the words or not. The intention behind the words is racist. Remember Sowell’s wise words.

That’s all.