Friday, January 16, 2009
How About That Protest
What? You didn't see it on the news? Of course you didn't. Whether you agree or not about what is happening in the middle east you should be concerned that the big media blacks out protests like these. The big media only airs protests with themes of which they approve like diversity and calls for more government control.
Pictures by Crystal Gisriel
As We Go Forward
Let me explain in plain language what the shills try to hide within many opaque words. As we go forward the big media claims the credit markets are thawing and that is a sign the economy has turned around. Yes and no. Yes lending institutes would be crazy not to take interest free federal reserve notes to lend out to folks like me for an interest return. No this does not mean the economy has turned around but rather that is is going into the tank. What happens after the refi's run their course after a couple years helping people like me who are doing okay? We are still operating under illegal unconstitutional fiat money that is losing credibility more as we go forward everyday. Millions of Americans, especially baby boomers, will have to find other jobs. Many are not re-trainable and have been led to believe the government will come in and give them a good cuddle. They will plead for stimulus money and infrastructure jobs instead of getting to work in this collectivist marketplace mascerading as a free market. Please!!!
These sort of facts are the reason I could never vote for any candidates of the two main Ponsi parties who are force fed to you over the idiotizer (that's the TV too). So as we go forward you should wise up amigos and quit allowing yourself to be manipulated.
Thursday, January 15, 2009
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Tomas Andres Estrada-Palma
This is my grandfather. We called him Hoppy because we mispronounced what my older cousins were calling him "Poppy." Soon everybody in the family was calling him Hoppy. I never knew him to appear this way. This drawing is of my grandfather when he was much younger before I was born. But you friends and family in Cuba will remember him looking like this. He was the best grandfather ever! In fact, the only good that ever came from Castro was he stole Hoppy's pension so he was forced to live with us to survive until he died in 1970. But having Hoppy living with us was the luckiest break a kid ever had. When he died my friends and the kids in the neighborhood cried.