Thursday, September 29, 2011

Imus Guest Chris Wallace, The GOP & The Theater Of The Absurd


The above is a graphic of a rare snow bull. Apparently the Republican party has decided to try, and snow the American electorate with their bull-shit. What is the GOP's answer to unpopular Democrat policies? Run a Republican candidate to the left of President Obama. The GOP can't understand why the base isn't enthused with their choices. Given the state of our country, our economy, and the response to the TEA party by the Republican establishment. It might be time to think about taking up drinking- seriously. Dear GOP, call me when you're sober serious.

Imus guest this morning, on Imus In The Morning, Chris Wallace said, it looks like the Republican base is unhappy with their choices for the Republican nomination. Mitt Romney can't poll above 25% that leaves 75% who want someone else for their Presidential nominee. Chris Wallace, made reference to the Republican base "Waiting For Godot". The play by Samuel Beckett, that is performed in the Theater Of The Absurd. The Republicans still haven't found who they're looking for.






FNC's Chris Wallace on what Republicans are looking for in a 2012 candidate, and his take on Mitt Romney's bid for the nomination.


So don't worry about tomorrow
Take it today
Forget about the cheque
We'll get hell to pay.......


Call Me When You're Sober

Come find me -
no way am I waiting around for the Republicans to deliver Godot.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Imus Guest Bill O'Reilly "Killing Lincoln"

Imus In The Morning, Imus guest Bill O'Reilly,thinks that Abraham Lincoln was the greatest leader this country has ever had. Lincoln was certainly tested during his time as President.

My personal opinion, Lincoln has been lionized, popular accounts of his life, and Presidency have been sanitized for the masses. Was Abraham Lincoln a significant President in our history? I don't think that's even debatable, he did keep the Union together. Many of Lincoln's shortcomings, and controversial opinions on slavery for instance, do not get the same attention, and focus as Lincoln's positive accomplishments. To get a picture of who Lincoln the man was during his times, it's important to take into account, his negatives as well as his positives. I have witnessed modern historians lionizing, sanitizing Lincoln, for example a group of Lincolnphiles. I have witnessed the same behavior with Jacksonphiles, Indian removal ( Cherokee removal Georgia, Jackson “Build a fire under them. When it gets hot enough, they'll move.) Spinning historical Presidencies through the sentimental politically correct prism-ism of today's modern trends, entertaining, but are they accurate? How do I know that our current written watered down politically correct histories are producing historical illiterates?

If you would like to discuss, The Civil War, there is a facebook page The American Civil War - A Roundtable








Virgil Cain is my name.....

Saturday, September 24, 2011

The Fairfax Family Genealogy Group

The Fairfax Family History, An American Love Story. The First President Of United States, George Augustine Washington, Both Worked For & Employed Fairfax Members Of The Fairfax Families.




Gilling Castle Ancestral Home Of The Fairfax Family


Frieze From Gilling Castle 1575-1585 Guitar Player - Ancient Music Lovers

Fairfax Family Genealogy Yahoo Group.This group is for genealogical purposes. Family history, research, and compilation of genealogical records for the surname Fairfax. General discussion of the Fairfax family's history, and their descendants. Repository for Fairfax family genealogical records, photos, links, misc.

Fairfax Family Motto: Dare Fac - Say it then do it.




Famous Fairfax Descendants Prince William, and Kate Middleton, Find Out More HERE Fairfax Society.

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Saturday, September 17, 2011

Thaddeus McCotter, The Media & Reindeer Games

The purpose of a political primary election, is to determine who will be the respective political party's nominee, in the general election. During the primary season, the declared candidates will, attend political rallies, debates, kiss babies, lots, and lots of babies, they will appear on television, radio, and give interviews in what is described as a vetting process. Basically it's an opportunity for members of different political parties in this case the Republicans, to kick the tires, look under the hood, and slam the doors of the declared Presidential hopefuls. During this process, the candidates will be narrowed down through a process of elimination.

Which brings us to Representative Thaddeus McCotter, declared candidate for the Presidency of the United States, the media, and reindeer games.
"Refers to any fun activities which are enjoyed only by members of a clique, the fact of which is often purposefully made obvious to anyone existing outside of said clique in order to make them feel inadequate and left-out. Refers to "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer".

Rep Thaddeus McCotter, has been left out of the last Republican debate. In fact he's not been able to participate in any of the Republican debates to date. Rep McCotter, and a few others are not meeting the Media's standard for inclusion into Republican debates. The standard required is to be polling at least at 4% in the Republican primary polls. The reason this standard was adopted as an industry standard is unclear. It appears that NBC network used it as their standard, and it became adopted by the other networks. Obviously our country has held elections before there ever was television, networks, and the media deciding for the electorate who they will watch and listen to in political debates. The media loves to pick our candidates for us.

Currently to meet the media's high standards, for inclusion into their debates: You are only required to make outrageous unsubstantiated claims, for instance "Gardasil vaccine cause retardation". And if you get some blow back, double down on your alleged 3rd hand heresy. It helps when holding political rallies, to mention American icons, and "Wish them a happy birthday on the anniversary of their death" You could highlight your social values. "Gay people can be cured of homosexuality through prayer". You might want to point out what you have in common with other famous Americans.

Thaddeus McCotter doesn't have a prayer of meeting the media standards. When the issue of Social Security, and it's solvency was questioned, McCotter responded with his plan to save the Social Security program HERE. I know what you're thinking, I don't think he get's it either. The people in this country are concerned with high chronic unemployment, the economy, and the long term viability of our social safety net - the future of entitlements. Sooo..... Shouldn't he be commenting about how orangy Jon Huntsman looked at the last debates? Surely Huntsman is using some toxic brand of spray on tan, that the FDA should never have approved. Why doesn't McCotter point out how dangerous our northern border has become? Has anyone noticed what's been crossing into the United States, from Canada lately? Canada, the great pink threat to the north, that everyone ignores. Romney was endorsed by Pawlenty, and Perry was endorsed by Jindal. Could McCotter land the most coveted endorsement of them all "The Motor City Mad Man". It wouldn't hurt if McCotter, would try portraying himself as a risk taker. McCotter, I dare you to sit through a film retrospective of your fellow Michigander. If only McCotter would stop running his campaign by responding to the urgent challenges facing Americans. And started accusing the other Republican candidates of a multitude of irrational, not fully thought out, real and or imagined political sins...maybe just maybe, the media would include him in their debates, not to be confused with public debates. The media would include him for no other reason than the entertainment value, and ratings. Because let's not kid ourselves folks, as a friend of mine recently remarked, Joplin Tornado Survivor - David Bell: A media event does not = a debate. Amen Brother Amen.

Thaddeus McCotter

It's a long way to the top if you want to rock n roll

Ridin' down the highway
Goin' to a show
Stop in all the by-ways
Playin' rock 'n' roll
Gettin' robbed
Gettin' stoned
Gettin' beat up
Broken boned
Gettin' had
Gettin' took
I tell you folks
It's harder than it looks

It's a long way to the top
If you wanna rock 'n' roll
It's a long way to the top
If you wanna rock 'n' roll............


Sunday, September 11, 2011

September 11th, 2001 "A Room With A View"

Imus Guest, Bill White remembers his response to the September 11th 2001, terrorist attacks, orchestrated by Osama Bin Laden. It turns out that Bill White was correct about OBL's television viewing habits. Three days after the attack the folks at the Intrepid decided to change the picture of what OBL, would be watching on his television.


September 9, 2011

Placing a Flag at Ground Zero






When our political leaders are ending their 9-11 memorial speeches today, asking for God's Blessing for our country, it's important to remember all the blessings he's already gifted us. Three Hundred and Forty Three, rushed into towers turned into hell on earth, and never returned. May God Bless them, and all the people who were murdered on September 11th 2001. We Will Never Forget.

Friday, September 9, 2011

TGIF, The Political Circus Edition - Make It Fast, Make It URGENT

The level of American's naivete and gullibility are endearing qualities. They are part of our culture's charm. Except when we are circling the drain.

Don't take any wooden nickels was a popular saying back during the Great Depression. It was an admonishment to the huckleberries - the country rubes, not to be duped by the city slickers. It's still good advice today. Basically, don't let yourself be cheated or duped by fast talking hucksters.

I watched the President's speech given to the joint session of congress. Presenting the overview of his new bill - The American Jobs Act. During President Obama's, he repeated pass this bill 17 times, without explaining specifically, what the bill would entail. How much "The American Jobs Act" would cost or how it would be paid for. The President expressed the urgent need to pass a bill, that he won't be explaining the specifics of, the "nickles and dimes" for a couple more weeks.

President Obama told Congress it's time to "stop the political circus and actually do something to help the economy."



If this bill needs passed so urgently, why hasn't it been given to both branches of congress to read? The current price tag of "The American Jobs Act" is 437 billion dollars. Remember, don't take any wooden nickles ;)

Urgent
You're not shy, you get around
You wanna fly, dont want your feet on the ground
You stay up, you wont come down

You wanna live, you wanna move to the sound.....

You play tricks on my mind
You're everywhere but you're so hard to find
You're not warm or sentimental
You're so extreme, you can be so temperamental.......

You say its urgent
Make it fast, make it urgent
Do it quick, do it urgent
Gotta rush, make it urgent
Want it quick
Urgent, urgent, emergency
Urgent, urgent, emergency
Urgent, urgent, emergency
Urgent, urgent, emergency
So urgent, emergency
Emergency... emergency... emergency...
It's urgent...........


Thursday, September 8, 2011

Imus Guest, Michael Graham, Has A Brokeback Moment "Pretty Excited About Rick Perry"



Imus guest this morning, on Imus in the Morning, was Michael Graham of 96.9 Boston Talks. Michael Graham discusses the Republican debate that was held last night on MSNBC. Hosted by Brian Williams and Politico's Harris - I can't be bothered to find out his first name, and what his schtick happens to be... frankly, I just don't care.

Michael Graham, thinks Governor Rick Perry, is the real deal. It's important to remember that Michael Graham is leading the "Anyone but Romney for President" movement. Michael Graham was so happy with Governor Rick Perry's debate performance last night, he want's to tongue kiss him.

You can watch the interview below. Imus In The Morning Official Website HERE.



Sunday, September 4, 2011

Don't Waste Your Time Giving Books To Zombies "They Just Chew On The Covers"

Because a mind is a terrible thing to waste. Let's face it we're not all gonna make it. In case of a zombie bite, you don't want to make the usual zombie faux pas. Social media is not going to make the transition any easier. The inevitable zombie self help guide can be found HERE. Yeah, like they don't already just help themselves.

If you are still clinging to your humanity, here are some existential quandaries you may be faced with.