The Gun To Our Heads….

The Gun To Our Heads….

The Monster is no longer angry; The Monster is resolved.

After 8 years of President Bush’s crazed leadership, the country has now elected another loser, and upgraded the type of firearm being held to the country’s proverbial head.  If every other American wants to close their eyes, put their hands in the air and believe that every gas tank is going to be full and every mortgage is going to be magically paid; go right ahead, this American born to immigrants, and a student of American History, is not going to be following the masses off that cliff.

I may be the voice in the wilderness, but I will not congratulate the President Elect on winning the election and the White House because I still believe in the American philosophy of “It is not whether you win or lose, but how you play the game”, and I believe that the corrupt Democratic Party has FINALLY beaten the corrupt Republican Party at it’s own “Rovian Game”, and taken the buying of an American Presidency to new levels.  I refuse to be gracious under these circumstances, and I would be a hypocrite if I did so.

I admit I am a hard sell.  In 1999, during the WTO Conference, I was working close to the hotel that the convention participants were staying at.  I was questioned by a co-worker when I was not fawning over the idea of having President Clinton so close by.  I was asked “Who would impress you?”  My reply?  “I would be impressed if Jesus Christ, Thomas Jefferson, or Ghandi walked through the door”.  I liked President Clinton, and I feel he was a good president, but fawn over someone that has to put his pants on one leg at a time just like everybody else?  Nope.  Look at each of our presidents and there is usually some type of scandal associated with their presidencies.  It is human nature to abuse power.  Our presidents are riding a breakneck, bucking, wild stallion and just trying to hold on for dear life, usually against an opposing Congress.  They are not creating anything like the above mentioned persons.

Once again, I will state what I have said numerous times:

America is a democratic, capitalist country and the barometer for its strength is not the size of it’s military, it is the condition of it’s economy; like it or not.

Our President is the most important CEO in the world, and looking back, I have yet to see one since the Founding Fathers who really understood that statement.  President Clinton came closest, but he gave us NAFTA, and look what that has done to our economy and job growth…

As for the President Elect, I will not be blackmailed into helping this Chicago politician in hopes he and the Dean/Pelosi/Dodd/Reid/Frank gang do not screw up our country anymore than it already is.  I will continue to support anyone that blocks his/their lunatic ideas to turn this country into a socialist one.  I am taking that gun away from my head and I suggest you do so as well.   I will not be blackmailed into supporting the “Progressive Socialist Party” that has taken control of the White House and the Congress.

If you are as resolved as I am and want to get involved, go here.

A few more tidbits to think about from one of the people who brought you the United States,

Thomas Jefferson:

When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty.

The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not.

The spirit of resistance to government is so valuable on certain occasions that I wish it to be always kept alive.

All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent.

Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the tempestuous sea of liberty.

A wise and frugal government, which shall leave men free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor and bread it has earned – this is the sum of good government

Every government degenerates when trusted to the rulers of the people alone. The people themselves are its only safe depositories.

Experience hath shewn, that even under the best forms of government those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny.

I sincerely believe that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies, and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale.

It is error alone which needs the support of government. Truth can stand by itself.

It is incumbent on every generation to pay its own debts as it goes. A principle which if acted on would save one-half the wars of the world.

My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government.

Leave no authority existing not responsible to the people. (I Hope Dodd and Frank read this one.)

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PUMAs Did Their Job…Republicans…Not So Much

PUMAs Did Their Job…Republicans…Not So Much

Well PUMAs, we did our job.  We phonebanked, we knocked on doors, we canvassed, we wrote, we gave money, we voted for the McCain/Palin ticket…in short, we did what we set out to do, and we did it in droves.  This, of course, begs the question “Why Did Obama Win?”  It seems there were definitely enough of us to swing this election, but the republicans decided that they were going to just sit this one out.

Over the course of this march toward electing a true American hero with wisdom and experience, I have had the pleasure of striking up friendships with conservatives; not something I would have done 2 years ago.  They have reiterated what I wrote earlier and are more than a little disappointed with their party members for selling the country down the river.

Paul Marston of the Marston Chronicles earlier posted an article titled How Big Is The PUMA Factor showing exactly how many PUMAs and in which states it would take to move this election to John McCain.   In his latest article, Republicans Stay Home So Obama Wins, he states:

As usual, the media has missed the huge story of this election. Their story is that Obama registered huge masses of new supporters and got them to the polls. At first, that was what I thought, but that is not the key factor. I was expecting the highest percentage turnout in 100 years amounting to 130,000,000 voters, but instead as of 5:00 PM EDT, 121,146,964 people voted for Obama or McCain. In 2004, 121,069,054 people voted for Bush or Kerry. Hence in a hotly contested election in which a fortune was spent on the race, there was no big surge in voter turnout. The population is bigger and the number of registered voters is larger than in 2004, yet just about the same number of people voted. What are we to make of this? We know that a higher than normal percentage of minorities and under 30 youths turned out pushing up the Democratic votes. We know that about 15% of Democrats who voted for Hillary Clinton voted for McCain-Palin (the PUMA voters). So how are we to explain the results? The conclusion is inescapable. The Republicans stayed home in droves. Obama did not win the election, the Republicans gave it to him by not getting out and voting.

For those of you who have been following my previous articles, you know I was predicting a McCain-Palin landslide in the electoral votes based on the P.U.M.A. Factor. Since these disgruntled Hillary supporters would normally vote Democrat, that should have been enough to tip the balance in the key states. I even allowed for a huge turnout because of Obama’s vaunted ACORN express in my calculations so as not to underestimate the number of PUMA voters required. I have been doing this for 45 years and have never been wrong before. It goes without saying that when the results were widely different from what I predicted, I wanted to know how I could be so wrong. At first I thought it was because the PUMA voters did not turn out and vote for McCain-Palin but they clearly did. Then I thought that it was because Obama got millions of new voters to the polls and simply swamped the PUMA factor.

It was only when the turnout figures became available that I had to discard that theory. If the usual number of people voted yet more Democrats than normal turned out and there a sizable number of PUMA voters voting Republican, how could McCain-Palin have lost? When the results were staring me in the face, I was totally shocked. The smaller turnout meant that even fewer PUMA voters were required in the key states than I had calculated so McCain-Palin should have done even better than I predicted. Naturally my predictions were based on a normal Republican turnout. Who would have ever thought that the Republicans would fail to turn out in this election? While I am still busy trying to wipe the egg of my face, I am also extremely curious as to why so many Republicans stayed home. I imagine that I am not alone in wondering that at this point.

I personally have my own theory about why the Republicans stayed home.  Occam’s Razor:

a principle named after William of Occam, a 14th century philosopher. The generalization states that, if there are a number of explanations for observed phenomena, the simplest explanation is preferred. Called also scientific parsimony.

Republicans stayed home because they wanted Obama to win.  The next question is a bit harder, but I am willing to take a stab at it.  I believe they stayed home because they believe that in 2 years they will be able to take back both the House and the Senate due to a liberal left wing agenda being shoved down American’s throats (just like the primaries and this general election) by the Congress and the White House.  They also believe that the President Elect will create such a black hole of chaos in this country, they will be able to take back the White House in 2012.  All of that being said, buckle up folks, we are in for a very rough ride and you have not seen anything yet.

I hope a continuing falling stock market, the new jobs loss report coming out later today, the big 3 car companies new $25 Billion Bailout, and whatever new violence that erupts in the world today do not interfere with the President Elect’s planning of his week long coronation festivities.

Hele Mai!

PUMA POLITICS:  Irony and Justice In The Universe

PUMA POLITICS: Irony and Justice In The Universe

I personally think there is definitely some justice in the Universe when “The Monster” was born on June 18th, 2008 on Blogger, moved to WordPress.com, and then moved here to this wonderful self-hosted site, protected and made possible by MediaTemple, and is now about to receive 100,000 hits on guess which day?  ELECTION DAY!  BWAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

There is something incredibly delicious and amazingly beautiful about a PUMA Site hitting that mark on the day the Gumby is going down in flames!

Don’t believe me; that’s fine…just remember, don’t believe the polls or the exit polls, or the MSM that is going to declare for Barack before it is even over.  I am not, and PUMAs will not be either.

I would like to thank my loyal readers and ask you to help me celebrate this “Monster” achievement in such a short time with this little video, and remind all that The Monster is going to be around for the duration investigating Nancy, Chris, Barney, etc., etc., etc….Feel free to make this song go viral today!

THE PUMA THEME SONG

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers:

I Won’t Back Down!

PUMA Politics: I Am Honored To Be A PUMA

I was just sent this very special thank you video from Bonniebbonnets to all the PUMAs that stood up and started fighting for our democracy after it’s death on May 31st, 2008.

Make sure you have tissues ready – the PUMAs will understand exactly what this video means and encompasses.

I AM PROUD TO BE A PUMA AND A JUST SAY NO DEAL COALITIONER AND WILL CONTINUE TO DO SO AS LONG AS MY COUNTRY REQUIRES VOICES TO FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION, OPPRESSION, FRAUD, AND ANTI-AMERICAN SENTIMENTS.

Thank you to Bonniebbonnets for putting a face on this movement.

I personally want to thank all my conversative readership that did not question

our patriotism or ethics when we said “Country Before Party!”

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