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Hilarious video – one of my favs.

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Humor, video | Posted on 30-08-2009


This is old, but I still love it. I can rarely watch it just once in a sitting. Usually watch it at least twice, laughing just as hard or harder the second time.

“Lawd have mercy!” A woman, live crabs, and a German Shepherd…the makings of a very funny moment.

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Christian- and Jew-haters at it again

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Conservative Corner | Posted on 28-08-2009


From the Chicago Tribune:

UNIONTOWN, Ohio – An atheist group is complaining about an Ohio school district’s mission statement listing “belief in God” among its values.

Co-president Annie Laurie Gaylor of the Freedom From Religion Foundation calls the statement on a recent Lake Local Schools newsletter shocking and a serious violation of the separation of church and state. The Madison, Wis.-based foundation, which represents atheists and agnostics, has written to officials in the northeast Ohio district asking that they immediately remove “belief in God” from school publications and Web sites.

Superintendent Jeff Wendorf says officials and district lawyers are looking into the matter. He says the phrase has been included in the mission statement for years.

I think people need a little history lesson. This may not be the typical one you’re used to if you’re a Conservative…you know, Letter to the Danbury… No, this will go much deeper.

Most of us know that the phrase separation of Church and Statenever appears in the Constitution. Often times, when enemies of religion–strike that–enemies of Christianity and Judaism (atheists don’t seem to have issues with Islam, Wicca, Paganism, Zoroastrianism, or Feline Anal Worship). Anyway, the enemies of Christianity like the morons above love to recite Jefferson’s letter as if that is written law and they (inappropriately) quote the Establishment Clause. Here’s what they always forget to quote…and what they fail to realize or hope you don’t know.

What anti-Christian and anti-Jew zealots forget / ignore

Immediately following the Establishment Clause is the Free Exercise Clause. The same sentence of the Constitution they use to say government and any person under government care or pay cannot mention God, also says, “[N]or prohibit the free exercise thereof.” So, if a law cannot be created to recognize a particular religion, neither can one be created that forbids recognition. Moreover, the First Amendment sentence begins “Congress shall make no law…” Congress is a federal body.

Now, some will claim the Fourteenth Amendment means the Bill of Rights applies to the states, counties, cities, etc. But if that were the truth, then every city or state with a gun ban would be violating the Bill of Rights. No, it appears they get to pick and choose which ones they want to apply at whim.


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On June 9, 1789, James Madison proposed the first amendments to the Constitution. here’s how he worded what we now know as Freedom of Religion:

The civil rights of none shall be abridged on account of religious belief or worship, nor shall any national religion be established, nor shall the full and equal rights of conscience be in any manner, or on any pretext, infringed.

The two most important things to take from this are, Madison claimed no “national” religion should be established (created) and second (and more importantly), nor shall the full and equal rights of conscience be in any manner, or on any pretext, infringed. What is it but a false “pretext” upon which the morons at the Freedom From Religion Foundation would infringe upon the full and equal rights of everyone else?

There are a couple of other items of import. 

Funny (but true) E-mail I rec’d on Obamacare

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Conservative Corner, health care | Posted on 27-08-2009


Healthcare Plan
This pretty much sums up where we are as a country!
So … Let me get this straight.

Obama’s health care plan will be written by a committee whose head says he doesn’t understand it, passed by a Congress that hasn’t read it and whose members will be exempt from it, signed by a President who smokes, funded by a treasury chief who did not pay his taxes, overseen by a surgeon general who is obese, and financed by a country that is broke. What could possibly go wrong???

Ex-Marine to Congressman Baird

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Conservative Corner | Posted on 27-08-2009


I’ve heard this on the radio a few times, but hadn’t seen it. This just about brought tears to my eyes. It’s worth watching and learning this man’s points. Morons like Nancy Pelosi want to paint the right as nazis, but as this man pointed out, that’s inaccurate.

Nazi is an americanized abbreviation of the offical name of the Third Reich Party. NSDAP stood for Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (translated National SOCIALIST German Workers’ Party). While opposed to the Bolsheviks and Marxists on several key issues, the fact remains, the Nazis were and are a far left wing party. The farthest right one can get is Anarchism. I seriously doubt most of us who go to tea parties and town hall meetings to oppose Obama’s left wing agenda are anarchists. We may be far to the right of Obama, but heck, Mao, Che, Fidel, and Marx are all to the right of Obama as well.

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Change to believe in – Repeal Amendment XVII

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Conservative Corner | Posted on 24-08-2009


Our forefathers understood despotism and warned us that the despotic government usually doesn’t change everything in one fell swoop, but rather issues gradual changes so the people can become acclimated to their servitude to that body. As much as President Obama has strayed from the Constitution, we cannot truthfully say our departure from our charters began with him.

The first major shift came in 1803 with Justice Marshall granting the Supreme Court powers that did not exist. I bring that up merely as a reference, but want to take a minute to discuss rolling back the clock on another departure–which also took place long before Obama or Bush were conceived.

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Prior to 1913, our senators were elected by the state legislatures. There were several reasons our Framers set it up this way. The House was meant to represent the People, while the Senate was there to represent the State. That is, the House guaranteed the Federal government did not encroach upon the rights of the sovereign citizens while the Senate safeguarded states’ rights from federal usurpation.  When the question came up during the Constitutional debates, our founding fathers decided a popular election of the senate would render that body almost exactly like the House and the notion was defeated.

Homosexicals — hilarious (perhaps) offensive video

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Humor, video | Posted on 21-08-2009


Another non-political video. It’s free Friday and we can use some levity after months of dealing with Obama and Congress. This is a bit offensive, but hilarious. Enjoy.

Hilarious video about thongs – non-political humor

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Humor, video | Posted on 21-08-2009


This may not be political, but it is absolutely hilarious and worth the four minutes to watch. Enjoy

The Day Obamacare Died – Song/video

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Humor | Posted on 21-08-2009


It’s not really a video because it’s just a stationary picture, but it’s a funny and catchy tune.

Good things the Fed Gov’t has done . . .

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Conservative Corner, health care | Posted on 19-08-2009


I said it in anoter post. This government that wants to bring down health care costs is the same one that spent five grand on a hammer. Comrade Obama brought up the Post Office. I started thinking about other things the federal government has screwed up, like medicare, social security. Then I decided it would be easier and shorter to list the things the government has done right. Here’s my list.

  • Created the world’s greatest military to protect our freedoms from foreign threats (who will save us from the domestic threats in Congress and the White House?)
  • Defeated the Nazis
  • Toppled the USSR without a shot

Other than the military, which is awesome–despite the government’s waste even there–I can’t think of one program it has created or one bureau that is efficient. It has the anti-Midas touch. Everything it touches turns to crap.

No thank you. I’ll take my chances with the insurance companies. At least I know what their intentions are. And despite how much they might make off of me, I know they don’t have the power to legislate my rights away in the name of the common good.

Adult Curfew: It’s 12:01. Vhere eez your grandmüder?

Posted by Brutus | Posted in Conservative Corner | Posted on 19-08-2009


Politicians of every ilk, democrat andrepublican, have lost touch with reality. Barney Frank looks like a sloppy snob as he snubs his constituents at his town hall meeting. Olympia Snowe voted to put a vocal racist on the Supreme Court. And local governments are finding themselves drunk on their own power. As evidence, we could look at grave injustices such as Kelo v. New London, but let’s look closer to the present.

Paterson, New Jersey is planning a curfew for adults. Just imagine the commercials. “It’s 12:30. Do you know where your parents are? If they’re not at home, send an email to”

As with most ridiculous power grabs by any government, Paterson is doing this for the benefit of We, the People. In a city of roughly 150,000, so far this year, six have been killed and there have been 30 shootings. Yes, 1 out of every 25,000 people has been shot. Therefore, to protect the remaining three people who might get killed this year (they’re averaging .75 homicides a month), Paterson has deemed it necessary to remove the rights of the remaining 149,997 people. It doesn’t matter that the majority of people are good, law abiding citizens. It doesn’t matter that 99.99996% percent of the population will not statistically be homicide victims. What matters is that the government has an opportunity to snatch more power and remove more freedoms from the people.

If Paterson manages to pass this outrageous ban on human rights, I hope every citizen will march to city hall at 12:01 a.m. and wait for the mayor and local police. What will he do, call in the military to start shooting protesters? Every day, between Obama, Pelosi, Reid, Frank, and local governments, we are looking more and more like Iran. It’s just a matter of time before these people demand everyone carry travel papers on their way to work and ban all thoughts and words that oppose their despotic agendas.

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