Craig DeLuz

Writer, Actor, Public Speaker, Media Personality
Posts Tagged ‘Humor’

Talk About Being Soft…

David wrote in a facbook post that he thought RNC Chairman Michael Steele was soft. SOFT? Based on what?

Well speaking of soft, I wonder if David remembers when his party leader, President Obama was so soft, he wouldn’t even meet with the Dalai Lama.

It was so bad that even a liberal comedian, Jon Stewart had to chime in.

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Hell No, Dalai
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South Carolina Democrats Nominate a Brain Surgeon for Senate… NOT!!!

I cannot decide if this story is funny or just plain sad.

In South Carolina, Democrats nominated Alvin Greene to be their candidate for US Senate against Sen. Jim DeMint. They funny part is that now their party leadership is crying foul and accusing Mr. Greene of being a plant by the Republican Party.

They claim that someone else paid his filing fees and put him up to run because his being black would garner a good chunk of the democratic vote, since much of the electorate in South Carolina also happens to be black. Little did they suspect how right they would be.

After raising no money and doing no campaigning, Alvin Greene garnered almost 60% of the Democratic vote in their primary, making him their nominee. And as you can tell from the above video, he is eminently qualified.


  • Unemployed
  • Facing felony pornography charges
  • Involuntarily discharged from the military
  •  Doesn’t own a computer or cell phone 
  • His name was first on the ballot

 Heck, he should run for President!

What’s up with the War on Christmas?

I’m tired of stores refusing to say Merry Christmas!

I’m tired of my Christmas festivities being called “Winter Festivities”

I’m tired being forced to accept Kwanzaa as a real holiday!



All this and more will be discussed during this week’s show.

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Holiday Wishes to My Liberal Friends!

To all of MyLiberal Friends:

Please accept with no obligation, implied or explicit, my best wishes for an environmentally conscious, socially responsible, low-stress, non-addictive, gender-neutral celebration of the winter solstice holiday, practiced within the most enjoyable traditions of the religious persuasion of your choice, or secular practices of your choice, with respect for the religious/secular persuasion and/or traditions of others, or their choice not to practice religious or secular traditions at all.

I also wish you a fiscally successful, personally fulfilling and medically uncomplicated recognition of the onset of the generally accepted calendar year 2009, but not without due respect for your sensitivities of the calendars of choice of other cultures whose contributions to society have helped make America great. Not to imply that America is necessarily greater than any other country nor the only America in the Western Hemisphere. Also, this wish is made without regard to the race, creed, color, age, physical ability, religious faith or sexual preference of the wishes.

To Everyone else:

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

This Brotha has escaped the plantation!

Thank God! Someone else gets it!

This Brotha has escaped the plantation!

Thank God! Someone else gets it!

John McCain roasts Dems & MSM (Funny Video)

Portrayal Of Obama As Elitist Hailed As Step Forward For African Americans (Funny Video)

Portrayal Of Obama As Elitist Hailed As Step Forward For African Americans

Portrayal Of Obama As Elitist Hailed As Step Forward For African Americans (Funny Video)

Portrayal Of Obama As Elitist Hailed As Step Forward For African Americans

The Great Education Debate- Funny but true! (Video)

One of the things I like about british humor is how “in your face” they can be when it comes to pointing out stupidity.

This video aptly demonstrates just how out of touch Educarats (Education Bureaucrats) are when it comes to understanding and meeting the educational needs of our children.

The Great Education Debate- Funny but true! (Video)

One of the things I like about british humor is how “in your face” they can be when it comes to pointing out stupidity.

This video aptly demonstrates just how out of touch Educarats (Education Bureaucrats) are when it comes to understanding and meeting the educational needs of our children.

Another Episode of “Democrat Senators Gone Wild”

Here is yet another story of a California State Senator acting like a fool.

Two weeks ago, Senator Pat Wiggins cursed at a pastor during a committee hearing, stating that is aurguments were “Bull S***t”.

And yesturday, Senator Carole Migden’s entire staff was sent home after she berrated and yelled at them.

Here is the story as reported by the Capitol Alert:

After yelling episode, Migden’s staff sent home

Sen. Carole Migden’s Capitol staff was sent home on Thursday afternoon and told not to report to work on Friday, after the San Francisco Democrat was heard berating them from the hallway.

Enedina Hidalgo, the director of personnel for the state Senate, overheard Migden screaming, according to a witness to the event. The source said Hidalgo entered the office while the senator was not present on Thursday, informing the staff of their rights.

Soon after, Hidalgo returned to Migden’s office with Tony Beard Jr., the chief sergeant-at-arms of the state Senate. They told the staff to pack up their belongings and escorted them out of the building, the witness said.

A spokeswoman for Migden, Tracy Fairchild, declined comment and referred all questions about the incident to the Senate Rules Committee.

Senate President Pro Tem Don Perata, an Oakland Democrat and chair of the Rules Committee, declined to comment. Secretary of the Senate Greg Schmidt, the top aide to the Rules Committee, and Hidalgo also declined to comment.

When Sen. Carole Migden was directly asked about Thursday’s events, Perata aide Lynda Gledhill sought to intervene, telling Migden she did not have to comment.

“They weren’t sent home,” Migden said of her staff, before walking away.

Late Thursday afternoon, the phones to the Migden’s Capitol office went unanswered and mail had piled up by 4:45 p.m., stuffed under the locked office door.

On Friday, none of Migden’s regular aides reported to work in the Capitol. Her office was staffed by temporary workers from the Senate Rules Committee.

Migden, known for her brusque attitude, is a 10-year veteran of the Capitol, having served six years in the Assembly and one term in the Senate.

Earlier this year, she lost a three-way Democratic primary to Assemblyman Mark Leno, D-San Francisco. She was the first California legislator in a dozen years to lose a primary re-election contest.

“We need responsible representation,” Leno said to a Marin audience during the campaign. He campaigned in part on character issues.

Migden suffered a bout of bad publicity during the campaign, especially surrounding an erratic 30-mile drive last May on Interstate 80 in which she careened off the center divider and later rear-ended a car with her state-owned SUV.

She later suggested that medicine she was taking for leukemia may have contributed to the episode.

A no-nonsense lawmaker, Migden admitted during the primary that her curt demeanor sometimes rubbed associates the wrong way. But she was unapologetic. “I make no apologies that sometimes it’s a tough arena,” she said at the time.

Migden will leave office at the end of November.

Barack Obama: The Child – The Messiah – The Obamessiah

This video pretty much says it all…

Barack Obama: The Child – The Messiah – The Obamessiah

This video pretty much says it all…

In case you missed it: Sacramento couple who let lawn die to save water face $746 fine

I don’t know what to say about this one.

But then again this is the same city that lost $1.3 million worth of water meters just prior to a vote to increase water rates. They did pospone the vote… I guess their arguement for the fee increass didn’t hold water… LOL!!!!!!!

Here is the article from the Sacramento Bee today:

Sacramento couple who let lawn die to save water face $746 fine

By Matt Weiser –
Published 12:00 am PDT Wednesday, July 2, 2008

If Sacramento wanted a poster couple for its “green city” aspirations, it would be hard to do better than Anne Hartridge and Matt George.

The husband and wife bought a home in east Sacramento for easy biking to work and shopping. They installed solar panels and efficient appliances. Their laundry dries on a clothesline.

They didn’t own a car until four years ago, when their eldest son, then 18 months old, was being treated frequently for food allergies. They bought a Prius.

So when Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger declared a statewide drought June 4, Hartridge decided it was only right to let her front lawn die to save water.

“The whole water conservation ethic is very important to me,” said Hartridge, a state employee who bikes or rides the bus to work.

But that ethic didn’t agree with her neighbors, or with the city.

Before Hartridge could plan new landscaping, a neighbor complained to the city about her brown lawn, and the Code Enforcement Department slapped the family with a citation.

Their small brick home was declared a “public nuisance” in violation of city code section 17.68.010, which states that front yards “shall be irrigated, landscaped and maintained.”

A $746 fine will be next unless they correct the violation.

“In order to make the lawn go, I would have had to keep watering it intensely, and since the drought was declared, I decided that wasn’t a good idea,” said Hartridge. “Honestly, I think there’s a disconnect within the city about priorities.”

Two weeks ago, The Bee reported that Sacramento’s per capita water use is among the greatest in the world. Later that week, the same day Hartridge got the citation, an audit revealed that the city has lost or misplaced nearly 5,000 water meters, out of more than 100,000 it must install citywide to comply with state law.

“On one hand they’re mislaying their water meters, and on the other hand they going out and putting enforcement on people who don’t have green lawns,” Hartridge said. “And there’s water running down the gutters of my neighborhood every day.”

City laws forbid landscape irrigation on Mondays (code section 13.04.860), between noon and 6 p.m. (13.04.860), and to such an extent that water runs into gutters (13.04.850).

All these violations could be seen on Hartridge’s street this week – one street among thousands in Sacramento.

Neighbor Lois Guy, a retiree, thinks the situation is “crazy.”

“It’s private property, after all,” she said Tuesday while trimming hedges at her home around the corner from Hartridge’s. “They’re in the process of doing something (with the lawn). So they should be left alone while they’re trying to improve it.”

Dennis Kubo, city code enforcement manager, said his department does not communicate with the Utilities Department about drought concerns or water efficiency. His department only enforces health and safety and “general welfare” codes.

“The zoning ordinance tells us that the property owner’s got to have landscaping. So that’s what we have to do,” he said.

The city’s landscaping rule is intended to maintain neighborhood visual standards to prevent one neighbor’s tastes from harming another’s property values.

The rule was the subject of much conflict last year when amended to provide gardeners leeway to grow more than grass. Sacramentans can now grow large trees, shrubs and, yes, even food in their front yards without fear of reprisal.

But the rules still require front landscaping to be irrigated, which means scores of homeowners could be penalized for growing cacti or other drought-tolerant vegetation.

“The left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing when it comes to the city,” said Karen Baumann, who triggered last year’s controversy after she was cited in 2005 for inadequate lawn cover after she removed grass to plant vegetables and flowers in her front yard.

Hartridge was already having trouble keeping her lawn green when nature turned up the heat this spring. She watered every other day and even tried reseeding. But it didn’t take.

For her it was a natural decision to stop watering the grass after the governor’s drought declaration. But she never got a chance to plan new landscaping before the lawn police arrived.

Last Thursday, the day after the citation came in the mail, she called Code Enforcement to find out how to correct the violation. She was told an e-mail with landscaping solutions would be forthcoming. It never arrived.

She also called her city councilman, Steve Cohn, who did not respond. Cohn also didn’t return a call from The Bee on Tuesday.

Last weekend she decided to cover what’s left of her small lawn with redwood mulch, which she spread around a few hydrangeas and azaleas that survive with occasional water.

Hartridge awaits reinspection by Code Enforcement. She does not know when that will happen or whether her yard will comply.

Probably not, Kubo said. Mulch is allowed only as one of the “design elements … integrated as part of the landscape,” according to code section 17.68.010(1)a(1)b.

“If it’s just one tree out there, maybe a couple of plants and then the whole front yard is loaded with bark,” he said, “then no, that’s not going to meet the criteria.”

How to Tell a Democrat from a Republican

I am so tired of people saying that they can’t tell the difference between the Republican and Democrat parties. One only need to take an honest look at the policies for which they are advocating to see the difference.

Here is a great piece from American Politics Journal on the differences. It is a little older and I can’t say that I agree with everything in it. But it is amusing nonetheless.

How to Tell a Democrat from a Republican
Written by Leon Felkins
Wednesday, 03 March 1999

Conservative, n. — A statesman who is enamored of existing evils, as distinguished from the Liberal, who wishes to replace them with others.
— Ambrose Bierce

Many of you have expressed great confusion, in these troubled times, in trying to tell a Republican from a Democrat. Sure, we know what they say they are; most of them have well displayed nameplates. But could you tell one from the other in a blind test? That is, without prior knowledge and access to his/her nameplate, could you determine which was which simply by his/her actions? Probably not. The purpose of this essay is to assist you in making such an identification. In the following paragraphs, I will list the major issues of our times and clearly identify the differences between the Republican and Democrat approaches to these issues.

Capital Punishment
Because Democrats are genetically compassionate, they are opposed to capital punishment especially if it is someone who has tortured and molested 27 women and children to death as it is self evident that such a person has had a bad childhood, probably having his pacifier forcibly taken before he was nine years old. However, Democrats do make an exception to this opinion, if the victims were actually a close friend or part of the family. That family includes the family of government employees such as those that were blown up in Oklahoma City. In cases like that, the guy ought to be hung out in the sun by his testicles and left to die a slow death.

The Republican’s position on this issue is clear and is based upon the Judeo/Christian bible: an eye for an eye. That we are not always completely sure that we have the right dude before we send him on his way to St. Peter is not really all that serious of an issue. “God will sort it out” is their most commonly stated rationale for slaughtering a group of people that from their very looks it is obvious that they are guilty — of something. Actually God really only gave us a hint as to the real possibilities: how about a lopped head for a mashed finger, for instance? That certainly should work even better. I understand that there are now over 50 offenses for which you can be given a quick dispatch to meet your maker.

The Children!
Democrats love children as a group but find individual children a pain in the butt. “We do it for the children” is an extremely effective slogan for the populace whether the particular program at issue is robbing the tobacco companies or grabbing more land in Colorado. The annoyance of individual children is easily appeased by hiring illegal aliens for house nannies.

Republicans love individual children but find supporting the class of children as not part of God’s plan (see Jeremiah 18:21: “So give their children over to famine; hand them over to the power of the sword.”)

Democrats know that when someone commits a crime, it is society that has failed and should have to pay — in the form of higher taxes and reduced freedom.
Republicans believe that every person inherently knows right from wrong, whether they were raised by harlot on the mean streets of East St. Louis or by a wealthy Episcopal minister in the ritzy ‘burbs of Germantown. They know that the solution to violent crime is to beat the hell out of the perpetrators.

Democrats have no qualms about recreational drugs. In fact they think the use of such drugs is cool. However, medicinal drugs are another matter. Since they think of the general populace as children, they want these drugs highly regulated.

Recreational drugs are absolutely verboten according to the Republicans. It is rumored that many folks actually have great fun with such drugs, therefore they are opposed, of course, as it is a basic principle of Conservatism that having too much fun is bad for the character. On the other hand, Republicans would allow you to prescribe and buy medicinal drugs without constraint as the drug industry is quite profitable. If you use the wrong drug or a bit too much, then the subsequent repairs to your body will again raise the national income just a bit. Republicans support the consumption of vast quantities of alcohol even though it kills more people by a factor of ten than all the “illegal” drugs combined. This makes sense because while it may get you high and out of control, technically it is not a “controlled substance”.

The Drug War
Strangely, while Republicans oppose the use of recreational drugs and Democrats are much more tolerant, they both support, with great enthusiasm, the so-called War on Drugs (WOD). That is because the WOD has little to do with drugs but is big business with large profits and incentives as well as an expression of political agendas and control.

Making a distinction between Republicans and Democrats with regard to the WOD is difficult for several reasons that are fundamental to what government is all about. I list a few:

1. The WOD allowed that time-honored tradition of governments — the seizure of private property — to be re-instated (amazingly, with citizen approval!). History tells us that in ancient times, governments satisfied their desire for accumulating wealth by simple and honest plunder and property seizure. As governments got smarter, they organized the theft, provided a stable environment for its culture and labeled it “taxation” (See Mancur Olson’s essay, “Dictatorship, Democracy, and Development”, American Political Science Review, Sept. 1993). I quote Olson (discussing the successful evolution of Chinese warlords): “The warlords had no claim to legitimacy and their thefts were distinguished from those of roving bandits only because they took the form of continuing taxation rather than occasional plunder.” (In these modern times, the plunder sometimes has even more sophisticated titles such as “surcharge” as used by the recently imposed fee on anyone who has more than one telephone line.)

2. The WOD allows the meddling in the affairs of small defenseless countries at will. The WOD provides another great opportunity to collect and spend great quantities of taxpayer’s hard earned cash without any serious opposition. The reason for this is that the Drug problem is very close to being a natural disaster — which governments love as they can spend freely without complaints.

3. That said, there are small but helpful differences:

The Democrats, as well as the Republicans, support the WOD, if for no other reason, because to do otherwise would result in the loss of votes. However, Democrats also support the concept as it allows the U.S. to act as the world policeman. Socialism is never going to work without one-world government.

The Republicans love the WOD because it allows us to build up the military, throw a lot of people in jail that don’t come around to the prescribed religious/moral values, and is very profitable.

Democrats are for universal government provided education and to make it fair, all educational institutions must be equally bad. Of course that only applies to the general population — politicians send their own children to private schools so that when they graduate they might actually be prepared to make a decent living and they will not be biased against the values of public education for the masses.

Republicans support private education but do not see any reason why the institutions shouldn’t be government funded. They particularly like the idea of religious or military schools that are better equipped to teach a state of perpetual obedience.

Democrats see the “environment” as another means to control the masses. Even if “Global Warming” only exists in the heads of some out-of-work pacifists, it is certainly a powerful tool to keep the masses towing the line. Further, it is an unbelievable sink hole for public funds. Have you ever looked at what the asbestos scare cost?

Republicans were a little late in appreciating the merits of environmentalism and have therefore had to live with some bad press. However, someone finally showed them how much money could be made by simply declaring Freon 12 as the main cause of Global Warming from which billions were made developing and selling a new coolant. This brought them around and now they frantically trying to find the next common household product to ban — like toilets that use too much water.

Government Spending
Democrats make no excuses about massive government spending. For the government to provide a happy, healthy, shameless, and even exciting society, for everyone, regardless of their personal means, requires a massive amount of cash from the citizens as well as all you can borrow. Further, to make sure that no citizen gets into trouble and is in bed each night at a reasonable hour, a huge government staff is a necessity. This, in turn, requires every dime the public can spare and just a bit more.

Republicans, in their hearts, and especially at campaign time, really would like to cut back on government spending — especially such luxuries as the social, environmental, and health programs. But there are necessities that it would be irresponsible to avoid. Such things as National Defense, which requires a military budget far greater than any we have had in any major war, can no more be cut back than you can cut back on helping the folks back home that need a superhighway to the new park out in the country. These are essential expenditures unlike the “feel good” stuff of the Democrats. When Iraq threatens our shores by such hostile actions as flying one of their planes over the southern half of their country, we better be ready for action.

Individual Liberty
Democrats are great believers in the concept of Liberty for all of humanity. It’s just that individual humans need to be restrained — for their on good of course. It would be irresponsible to let an individual endanger their health by eating greasy theater popcorn or drinking water from a mountain stream that some fish has peed in (and hasn’t been tested by a government agency). Sadly, when you face the reality, every aspect of human activity must be controlled by the superior knowledge of the government bureaucrat. That government bureaucrats themselves are sometimes accused of being human is a fallacious argument as their holistic association results in superior knowledge.

Republicans would like to give people lots of freedom especially those that are economically active such the officers of large corporations and farmers. However, some aspects of human nature just cannot go unpunished. There must be law and order. Violence must be stopped if we have to kill every one of the sorry bastards. Republicans feel that they have the monstrous responsibility of enforcing God’s word. It is not a matter of public vote. People who have unapproved sex, get high on anything (including testosterone) except approved drugs such as alcohol, cigarettes, and caffeine, don’t regularly go to an approved church, allow their kids to kiss before they get married, and talk smart to policemen that are dutifully beating the hell out of them, must receive appropriate punishment.

Democrats are very fond of the military as it is a vast receptacle of funds and the defense industry has the reputation of being basically a giant welfare program for mostly engineers and scientists, without which millions of them would have to get a real job.

Republicans also love the military for its capacity to absorb unbelievably large quantities of money. Even more they appreciate the importance of importing American Justice to sometimes unreceptive countries by means of our military.

Democrats believe in the sacred right of privacy as guaranteed by our Founding Fathers. Unless, of course, it involves money, children, or your conversation on the phone (it is well known that phones are sometimes used by terrorists).

Republicans see no particular reason why you would want privacy. What’s the matter: You got something to hide? If you are not doing anything criminal, then privacy should not be a concern, according to them. Too much privacy is a real hindrance to getting every one in jail that ought to be there.

Private Property
Democrats believe that all property should be shared equally among the people and enough to the animals to ensure their welfare (which they can’t do for the people as there is just not enough). To insure the proper usage of property, the government, of course, must be the actual custodian of the property. What you think is yours is actually only on loan to you and may be recalled at any time. The whining of property owners that lose up in the millions of dollars when the government declares that a piece of property is needed for R&R for traveling geese is misplaced as it never belonged to these so-called property owners in the first place.

Republicans, on the other hand, definitely believe in the right to private property as clearly enunciated by our Founding Fathers. But there is one small catch: The Bible is older than the Constitution and trumps it. The bible points out very clearly, “When an ox gores a man or a woman to death, the ox must be stoned; the flesh may not be eaten. The owner of the ox, however, shall go unpunished”, Exodus 21:28. That means that if your house or your car or your bank account is in any remote way associated with a crime, then it must be “stoned to death”. The modern translation of “stoned to death” is “given to the government”.

Surprisingly, an amazing amount of property is in someway related to a crime. For example, let us say that some pot dealer is driving down the street and decides to turn his car around using your driveway. It is obvious that your property has now aided in a crime for if it had not been there, the druggie’s auto would have fallen into a bottomless pit. Case closed.

Democrats are generally for abortion. Unwanted pregnancy is — like addiction to drugs or alcohol, tardiness, and procrastination — an affliction and therefore needs to be treated by the government.

Republicans are generally opposed to abortion unless of course it is one’s own daughter that got knocked up, in which case the decent thing to do is to ship her off to some distant city where private but expensive medical care can be provided and the local community is spared the details.

Democrats believe that wild animals should have all the rights of humans, protected from any harm and allowed to die slow and agonizing deaths like most of the world’s humans do.

Republicans believe that wild animals were put here for the sport of hunting, provide a little expensive but gamy and tough meat, and an occasional fur coat for the missus.

Both think that domestic animals and the raising thereof need massive government support. This often results in an excess of such animals, which are then killed, burnt or buried instead of being shipped off to starving humanity around the world because to do so might upset the local economy

Racial Issues
Democrats believe all “minority” races to be “disadvantaged” and to need government help. An exception is made for the Orientals because they stubbornly insist on doing quite well for themselves and refuse to suck up. They see minorities mainly as large block votes at bargain prices. Classes should not be encouraged to mix as we need to retain each of their cultures.

Republicans have always been fond of the people of color as they have been very well behaved house servants every since Lincoln freed them from slavery. Classes should not be allowed to mix as an inferior offspring will result. Some claim that hybrids in the animal world are usually superior to their parents but this is easily answered as humans obviously are not animals!

Democrats think religion is cool especially if it is “New Age”, ancient Native American superstitions, Far East shamanism, or African witch doctors. What they can’t stand are the low class, red neck religions like Church of God and Southern Baptists.

Republicans are in full support of religion and see it as every citizen’s duty — as long as it is “main line”. The definition of “main line” is left up to the politicians, of course.

Democrats are in full support of sexual activity, especially if it is a little kooky. The concept of the old fashioned “male-female” sexual interaction is best left to the lower animals.

Republicans know that the purpose of sex is for procreation and not pleasure. If you must have pleasurable sex, which by definition would be outside of the marriage, then for God’s sake have the decency to lie about it!

Democrats consider any form of smoking of tobacco that is produced by the large corporations to be evil. The only material acceptable for smoking is marijuana or Native American ritual tobacco. If you are invited to the home of one of your cool friends and are handed a joint, do not think you have to eat it just because there is a sign on the wall that says, “Thank you for not Smoking”.

Republicans think smoking is fine as long as it provides the opportunity to ship large quantities of money to the subsidized tobacco farmers and producers. Of course the smoking of any “controlled substance” is not permitted even if tobacco kills far more people. Because, it is the law, you idiot. Republicans are for law and order. Lots of both.

War and other “World Cop” Activities
Democrats, the “Peace Party”, are strongly against war and other police actions and will attempt to create legislation to limit presidential powers and to influence public opinion — during Republican administrations. Of course, if the Democrats happen to be in charge, then such activities are OK because their purpose is to stop violence and to “prevent further suffering and bloodshed”.

Republicans, on the other hand, have no hesitation in bombing any recalcitrant country (those that refuse to accept aid in return for submission to U.S. control) “back to the stone age”, unless, of course, the Democrats are in power. In that case, they are opposed to such acts because Democrats rarely have a decent “exit strategy”. (“Exit Strategy” is a term often used in discussions of sexual activity. It is sort of the opposite to “foreplay”.)

Democrats believe in the concept of “equal distribution of wealth” even if they happened to be hoarding quite a pile of it. They justify this by the fact that to do their job requires that they live in a certain high class style that allows them to associate with the influential.

Republicans believe that hard work and the economic “invisible hand” will make sure that anyone who deserves it gets it or the reverse as the case may be. By definition, if you are broke and living off the street, you deserve it.

Leon Felkins is a coordinator for FEAR (Forfeiture Endangers American Rights), a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reform of federal and state asset forfeiture laws.

Craig DeLuz for President? (Video)

Think About it!!!!

Video: Waxman to Issa: ‘I will have you physically removed’

I find it interesting that the committee chair didn’t care at all about the rules of conduct that he is supposed to be enforcing. But then again, the only rule that Democrat representatives seem to care about is “Majority Rule”.

Night of the Living Democrats!

The video says it all! Even you liberals should find this funny!


Oh wow…. THAT was funny! I liked the reference to Reagan as the equivelent of garlic and holywater!!!

Here’s another funny one!!!!!!!


Dawkins – Beware The Believers- [Dicky D Rap]
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Has Obamania infected the Main Stream Media?

Before the “You are being mean to Barak!” comments start flowing from youObamaniacs, let me say that this is posted in fun. Because it is funny!

But on a more serious note: It is hard to deny the love affair that the main stream media has with him. But as with their once heated romance with John McCain, the media loves to build people up only to eventually tear them down again. But hey, don’t they say that “All is fair in love and war.”

Has Obamania infected the Main Stream Media?

Before the “You are being mean to Barak!” comments start flowing from youObamaniacs, let me say that this is posted in fun. Because it is funny!

But on a more serious note: It is hard to deny the love affair that the main stream media has with him. But as with their once heated romance with John McCain, the media loves to build people up only to eventually tear them down again. But hey, don’t they say that “All is fair in love and war.”

Huckabee: More of Miracle Guy

Just a bit of GOP humor I thought you would appreciate.

Huckabee: More of Miracle Guy

Just a bit of GOP humor I thought you would appreciate.