Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Gimme That Filet-o-Fish: Man Slaps McD Worker for Fish Filet

Well, I gus they didn't put this in the commercials, but it seems like the filet-o-fish must be a really, really good deal.

Police said the customer crawled out of his car and into the drive thru window to get his fish sandwich, after slapping the McDonald's employee in the face.

"His Filet-O-Fish was taking too long at 4:30 in the morning," said South Brunswick Police Detective Sergeant James Ryan to NBCNewYork.

According to Ryan, the customer yelled at the employee and pushed him against the counter.

"After he slaps him, he takes his food," said Ryan.

Perhaps suggesting how hungry the suspect was, Ryan said he then threatened the employee by telling him "I'll be waiting for you when you get off work."

Sounds like a good idea for a commercial.

U.S. Senate Candidate Gwyndolyn McClellan (R, FL): "The United States of America... is one of the most Corrupt and Valueless Countries that Exist"

I have recently been interviewing Republican Senatorial candidates throughout this nation; regardless of how small or how low their chances, I believe this is important because in our nation, anyone can do anything. I also tried to interview Republican Gwyndolyn McClellan, who is running in Florida. While Ms. McClellan was very kind in her emails, she did not want to participate in an interview. Then she wrote me why.

Here now, in its entirety, is Gwyndolyn McClellan's opinion of the United States and our system of government:

"This race, along with every political race in this country, has already been set up: this race is set up for either Charlie Christ or Marco Rubio to win. This country runs around the world advocating to other countries that they should conform their ways and adopt a democratic nation. And yet the United States of America, as a democractic society, is one of the most corrupt and valueless countries that exist. If you can show me one political race that was not set up by the "so-called preceived leaders of this country," then I will apologize to everyone for what I have said. And if minorities do have a chance to win a senate seat, they had better move to Illinois.

Of course, Florida does have minority representation in the congress and at the state level. These are minorities that are cherry-picked by the "so-called perceived leaders" of this country because they are certain that none of them will stand up and rock the boat. Please don't get me wrong: I certainly understand and am sympathetic to minorities. I know that they want to hold offices and I empathize with them in recognizing that they have to do exactly what they are told to do or they will not get ahead in life. So, I can understand why they conduct themselves in the manner that they do.

But it does anger me when I read in the paper (the few times that I bother to read it) that Condelessa Rice says that she learned in Washington to always say positive things and not be critical. Well, I guess Condelessa Rice does not ever plan to run for a political office. I think that what Condelessa Rice should have said was that it depends on what position you are holding that will determine whether or not you can speak your true feelings. It makes me angry when I hear Condelessa Rice saying that she didn't need affirmative action to get her job. No, on one hand she is right: she didn't need affirmative action because she has exceptional skills and she is a very intelligent person and should be able to use those qualities to get a job. But on the other hand Condelessa Rice was wrong because she lives in the United States of America and the only way that she even got to the position that she was in was through affirmative action: There were not enough honest people living in this country who would recognize Condelessa for what she really had to offer in a job except by the force of the affirmative action system. I know that I am picking on Condi right now, so Condi please forgive m,e but I want to use you as an example of what I am talking about when it comes to minorites having to do just exactly what they are told to do or they want be able to get key jobs like Condelessa had. Condelessa Rice worked for Bush and still does. Condelessa Rice did not work for this country. But she had no choice. If she wanted to ever serve as the Secretary of State, she knew that she had better do exactly what the Bushes told her to do. It saddens me that this is the twenty-first century and forty-years after this country lost thousands of lives fighting for the rights for minorities to have equal rights and yet, for minorities, those equal rights still don't exist.

I look around me and see multiple numbers of women in political offices, hosting television shows, and holding key level executive management positions. And yet, when you turn on the television set, you will see a few minorities holding down secondary positions. I am always asking myself, "Was the sixties just about women getting all the positions?" I don't remember all these women marching in the street and fighting. But I do recall them jumping on the band wagon, after the fighting was over and saying that they were minorities too. But they didn't want to be classified as a minority (that was beneath them). Instead, they wanted to have ... they insisted that they have their own special little slot ... just for women. O.K. But I have never heard any women's organization stand up and say that we should be trying to get more minority women in key level offices. Just as the "so-called perceived leaders" of this country, the women leaders cherry pick their minorities.

I believe that Blacks are worse off than any other minority group. It is a well-known fact that the majority population looks at the Hispanic population in a much fairer way than they do Blacks. After all, speaking spanish shows how intelligent you are. In the United States Senate, you have many women and you have Hispanics. How many Blacks do you have? You have had a total of six Blacks to serve in the United States Senate, and shamefully, the senators fought to keep Senator Roland Burris out. It was the governor of Illinois that commited the crime: not Senator Roland Burris.

Three of the Blacks who have served in the United States Senate came out of Illinois, and the other three Blacks who have served, served during "racially-tensed" periods in this country. "There have been 38 women in the United States Senate since the establishment of that body in 1789. Women were first elected in number in 1992. Today, 17 of the 100 U.S. Senators are women. Thirteen of the women who have served were appointed; seven of those were appointed to succeed their deceased husbands.Representation of Hispanics is somewhat complex, particularly because of the different ways to define membership in this group. Hispanics represent over 14% of the U.S. population, while the Senate is 3% Hispanic and the House is approximately 5% (25 members) Hispanic. Considering that Hispanics make up only 4% of American voters, Hispanic political incorporation has been relatively high compared with previous immigrant groups." (Wikipedia Encyclopedia).

Some of you will call me a racist. That is fine with me, but God knows and I know that I am not a racist. But I am a minority who will speak out, who will stand up and say that this is wrong, and who will not become a puppet on a string for anybody except for God above. If ever a Black was to win the senate race in Florida, it would never be me ... I cannot be controlled except by God.
I lie in my bed at night and during the day my heart is heavy-ridden and saddened because I worry about the the youth of today and tomorrow ... the future of our youth ... especially the minority youth. I worry about what is happening to minorities, right now, who cannot find jobs. I wonder about all the minority kids that are being beat up by the police department just because they can get away with it (and don't lie to me and tell me that this is not true because it is happening). What is going to happen to these kids when there is no justice, there is no fairness, there is no honesty, there are no morals that guide the "so-called leaders" of this country? Abraham Lincoln stated that this country will be destroyed from within and not from without. His words resonate truth in the twenty-first century.

That is all that I have to say. You can print this or throw it in the trash."

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

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Monday, March 29, 2010

Interview With Kim Hendrin-- Blanche Lincoln's Opponent in AR

Today, Senatorial Candidate Kim Hendren answered questions for the site. Mr. Hendren is running in the state of Arkansas; he has taught, has been a successful business man, and graduated from the University of Arkansas. We here at JiP would like to thank Mr. Hendren for his participation:

What makes you the best candidate for Arkansas?

My age, 72, and good health (typically, my day is from 5:30am to 11pm, 7 days a week, including two or three church services every Sunday, one at a local nursing home); Experience in speaking up for those who elect me to represent them (Gravette City Council, Gravette School Board, Arkansas House of Representatives, and Arkansas Senate, twice - the first time as a conservative democrat 1979 - was a conservative democrat opponent of Bill Clinton in the democratic primary for governor in 1982 - as history shows, Bill and Hillary won!) The founders were citizen legislators - that's what I am and have always been - check the records of all eight of us - including the financial disclosures of the three of us who have served in the Arkansas Legislature. I have a minor league record in politics, business, farming, and public service!

You have a very excellent career in the working sector, you are a successful business man, you were a former teacher, and you graduated from the University of Arkansas. How would these notable qualifications help you as a United States Senator?

I have often said, "It helps to practice what you teach BEFORE you teach it to others!" I understand the impact of government on all areas of our society since I have been, and still am, active in all these areas. And I speak up as well as vote (without checking which way the wind is blowing!)

As a public servant, what has been your proudest moment?

So many, helping save the Decatur Schools, the Gravette Hospital, supporting the 13,000 acre Hobbs Estate Property, helping create the Northwest Arkansas Conservation Authority (a waste treatment plant to serve all NW Arkansas, over 500,000 people and protect our beautiful Ozarks) - but perhaps the best was being the state senator who helped create Northwest Arkansas Community College which now serves over 8,000 young people who are our future! I have attached a couple of photos.

What plans do you have to help Arkansas economically?

First, our family is creating jobs (plastics company, tool and die shop, car dealerships (being reinstated as Chevrolet dealer), radio station, and realty company! I will support a do-over of the health care bill with one that includes things I have worked on in the Arkansas Senate (tort reform, insurance competition, increasing number of doctors and nurses with additional educational facilities). I will support helping our community banks to make loans to small business people, I will support efforts that move people into productive work!

What are your feelings on the newly passed Health Care Bill? If elected, would you work to overturn it?

Yes, see the last answer.

Arkansas is one of the most beautiful states in the United States. What is your favorite aspect of Arkansas?

Yes it is! I am so blessed that my great grandfather, Captain William Hicks Hendren who was a school teacher and fought in the Civil War Battle of Pea Ridge, moved his family to Gravette, AR in 1858! I was born on the bank of Spavinaw Creek just south east of Gravette and still live only 3 miles from that starting point. The Ozarks are beautiful all year round and here in NW Arkansas we can share flavor of the hills of SW Missouri, including Branson, and the western culture of NE Oklahoma (which was Oklahoma Territory when Capt. Hendren chose to settle here). So, you see, I do like to brag!

Anything else you would like to add?

Thanks for asking! This election is VERY IMPORTANT! I pray that this US Senator is selected on the things that matter most to the common people - not insiders, big business, big labor, lobbyists, and money from outside our state of Arkansas. Your efforts in helping folks know us better is a step in that direction!

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Observing Earth Hour.

Between the hours of 8:30 PM and 9:30 PM, I will be observing Earth Hour in a Conservative fashion that would make Thomas Edison smile with excitement and wonderment. In short, all the lights that are never on during the Night; will be bright and shining tonight! Call it a peasants revolt, because I refuse to submit to Al Gore proposals.

For most American families Earth Hour is observed on a regular basis, because we want to save a few extra bucks, not a few extra polar bears. To be realistic, if one wants to attack someone for leaving lights on; attack the children. Being a former child, leaving the lights on when no-one is home, leaving an unused room, or just to aggravate your parents, is a normal part of life.

I don't believe the Earth is Warming.

I don't believe the Polar Bears are near extinction.

I don't believe turning off lights for one hour will make a difference.

I guess I also don't believe we landed on the Moon, that Hitler murdered 6 million Jews or that the Earth is a Sphere, that's according to the Alarmists who call people like me, "deniers". Well, I don't believe in the above mentioned items, because I know they occurred, when compared to global warming, which hasn't happened and cannot be proved.

Observe Earth Hour - Turn On All Of Your Lights!

--Tim K.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Senators who voted for Reconciliation.

Senate Democrats have passed Obamacare via Reconciliation this afternoon, the legislation will head back to the House of Representatives after a small portion of the legislation was removed, here are the spineless bastards who voted for Reconciliation this afternoon:

Senator Akaka (Hawaii).
Senator Baucus (Montana).
Senator Bayh (Indiana).
Senator Begich (Alaska).
Senator Bennet (Colorado).
Senator Bingaman (New Mexico).
Senator Boxer (California).
Senator Brown (Ohio).
Senator Burris (Illinois).
Senator Byrd (West Virginia).
Senator Cantwell (Washington).
Senator Cardin (Maryland).
Senator Carper (Delaware).
Senator Casey (Pennsylvania).
Senator Conrad (North Dakota).
Senator Dodd (Connecticut).
Senator Dorgan (North Dakota).
Senator Durbin (Illinois).
Senator Feingold (Wisconsin).
Senator Feinstein (California).
Senator Franken (Minnesota).
Senator Gillibrand (New York).
Senator Hagen (North Carolina).
Senator Harkin (Iowa).
Senator Inouye (Hawaii).
Senator Johnson (South Dakota).
Senator Kaufman (Delaware).
Senator Kerry (Massachusetts).
Senator Klobuchar (Minnesota).
Senator Kohl (Wisconsin).
Senator Landrieu (Louisiana).
Senator Lautenberg (New Jersey).
Senator Leahy (Vermont).
Senator Levin (Michigan).
Senator Lieberman (Connecticut).
Senator McCaskill (Missouri).
Senator Menendez (New Jersey).
Senator Merkley (Oregon).
Senator Mikulski (Maryland).
Senator Murray (Washington).
Senator Nelson (Florida).
Senator Reed (Rhode Island).
Senator Reid (Nevada).
Senator Rockefeller (West Virginia).
Senator Sanders (Vermont).
Senator Schumer ( New York).
Senator Shaheen (New Hampshire).
Senator Specter (Pennsylvania).
Senator Stabenow (Michigan).
Senator Tester (Montana).
Senator Udall (Colorado).
Senator Udall (New Mexico).
Senator Warner (Virginia).
Senator Webb (Virginia).
Senator Whitehouse (Rhode Island).
Senator Wyden (Oregon).

-- Tim K.

Republicans Lead in CA Gov, Senate Race

Some potentially explosive news has come out of a recent PPIC poll. Since Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is retiring, the Republican Party is looking to provide a successor. In this race Meg Whitman leads former Governor Jerry Brown by three points. It's early in the game, but Jerry Brown is extremely well-known and cannot get more than 41% in a poll? Also, Brown is down two points since the last poll and Whitman is up eight.

In the Senate race Republican Tom Campbell now leads incumbent Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer by one point. Carly Fiorina, the former HP executive who has taken the GOP primary lead, trails by one.

Boxer has tekn a hit against all three of her Republican opponents. And for an incumbent of almost two decades to not reach above 50% this early in the game is a telling indicator.

I can't say if the GOP will win, but it's certainly not looking good for the Dems.

General Election Matchup: Governor (1,102 LVs, 3/9-16, MoE +/- 3%)
Whitman 44 (+8 vs. last poll, 1/12-19)
Brown 41 (-2)
Und 17 (-6)

Brown 46 (+2)
Poizner 31 (+2)
Und 23 (-4)

General Election Matchups: Senate
Campbell 44 (+3)
Boxer 43 (-2)
Und 13 (-1)

Boxer 44 (-4)
Fiorina 43 (+3)
Und 13 (+1)

Boxer 46 (-1)
DeVore 40 (+1)
Und 14 (unch)

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Lap Dog Blue Dogs who Voted for Obamacare

Author's note - 3 members of the Bluedog coalition that supported the legislation in November were opposed to the just voted on legislation from this evening. On the other hand, 5 members of the Coalition that opposed the initial legislation in November, supported the just voted on legislation from this evening.

Congressman Baca - CA 43 - D+13.

Congressman Bishop - GA 02 - D+1.

Congressman Boswell - IA 03 - D+1.

Congressman Boyd - FL 02 - R+6.

Congressman Cardoza - CA 18 - D+4.

Congressman Carney - PA 10 - R+8.

Congressman Cooper - TN 05 - D+3.

Congressman Costa - CA 20 - D+5.

Congressman Cuellar - TX 28 - EVEN.

Congresswoman Dahlkemper - PA 03 - R+3.

Congressman Donnely - IN 02 - R+2.

Congressman Ellsworth - IN 08 - R+8.

Congresswoman Giffords - AZ 08 - R+4.

Congressman Gordon - TN 06 - R+13.

Congresswoman Harman - CA 36 - D+12.

Congressman Hill - IN 09 - R+6.

Congresswoman Markey - CO 04 - R+6.

Congressman Michaud - ME 02 - D+3.

Congressman Mitchell - AZ 05 - R+5.

Congressman Moore - KS 03 - R+3.

Congressman Murphy - PA 08 - D+2.

Congressman Murphy - NY 20 - R+2.

Congressman Pomeroy - ND AL - R+10.

Congresswoman Sanchez - CA 47 - D+4.

Congressman Salazar - CO 03 - R+5.

Congressman Schiff - CA 29 - D+14.

Congressman Scott - GA 13 - D+15.

Congressman Schrader - OR 05 - D+1.

Congressman Thompson - CA 01 - D+13.

Congressman Wilson - OH 06 - R+2.

30 of 52 Congressional members of the supposed bluedog coalition supported the Obamacare legislation this evening. As we all know, this legislation will cripple Constitutional freedoms in the United States, lead to socialized medicine, and it represents the largest expansion of government since the New Deal in the 30's.

Also, 15 of the above mentioned lapdog bluedog Democrats who voted for Obamacare, reside in Republican controlled districts. I hope that our candidates in these congressional districts are preparing for at least one term in Washington.

-- Tim K.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Britain Expelling Israeli Diplomat

Some interesting news out of the United Kingdom. Apparently Great Britain has decided to expel an Israeli diplomat over the accused killing of Hamas members in Dubai. This comes after a British judge indicted former Israeli Cabinet Minister Tzipi Livni on 'war crimes.'

So this news looks like it's not major, but it's certainly an annoyance to Israel who was just defending its people and interests (and that of the United States, I might add) by blowing away some Hamas scumbags.

The Israeli ambassador to London, Ron Prosor, was summoned to the U.K. Foreign Office in February to discuss the charges, but he flatly denied there was any "additional information" to give.

Sky News' foreign affairs editor Tim Marshall said, "The (U.K.) government believes they have compelling evidence that those passports were cloned, probably by some arm of the Israeli state."

Friday, March 12, 2010

Interview With Barack Obama's Cousin

This time we're interviewing Dr. Milton Wolf, editor of the Wolf Files and maternal cousin to the President. From his about page: I am a practicing diagnostic radiologist with sub-specialization in oncology, musculoskeletal and cardiac imaging. I currently practice at the Shawnee Mission Medical Center, Johnson County Imaging Center and Kansas City Cancer Center in Shawnee Mission, KS.

1. When and why did you start the Wolf Files?

Although Barack Obama is my cousin, as a practicing physician, I stand opposed to ObamaCare or any other form of government-run health care. Instead I stand for my patients, my profession and ultimately my country. I consider this a call to duty and launched The Wolf Files in January. I recognize also that health care is but one arena where our liberties are under assault. I champion individual liberty, the free market, low taxes, personal responsibility, property rights and a strong national defense. Wherever our freedoms are at risk, I’ll be there.

2. As the President's cousin, have you met the man and how are your relations with his branch of the family?

I am proud to call the McCurry family my own. We are the maternal side of the president’s family. Among us are doctors & lawyers, soldiers & teachers, CEO’s & workers. We are a diverse group in just about every way – ethnically, politically, geographically – but we are family. I claim to speak for no one at The Wolf Files but myself although it’s safe to say that we are all very proud of Barack’s achievements – and America’s – particularly in respect to the acceptance of diversity. I strictly limit my public opinions to policy rather than family matters. As far as my difference in opinions with any other members of the family in particular, I’ll just say that I wouldn’t be surprised if I’m seated at the kids’ table next Thanksgiving.

3. Has President Obama disappointed you thus far? Has he exceeded expectations?

I make no secret that I have a very different vision for America than does Barack. He believes in the government and I believe in the people. I envision an America where the government values liberty and an empowered people are allowed, even encouraged, to self-govern. I ascribe no malice towards Barack’s motivations, but I do believe his understanding of our country is simply wrong.

Barack’s statist agenda is not at all surprising but neither is the impressive libertarian renaissance that it has engendered. We are seeing this namely in the form of the Tea Party movement. Indeed, it is quite heartening to see the people remind the ruling class – much to their chagrin -- that their opportunity to govern is only loaned to them at the discretion of the people.

4. Any favorites for the 2012 GOP nomination yet?

There are many contenders I find interesting though I have no affiliation with anyone yet. Palin is fascinating and Gingrich is intriguing. Both would have their own challenges. I’ve long admired Romney as an incredibly capable man. Huckabee probably is the best gifted at connecting to an audience. Pawlenty and Thune are also interesting. I’m actually very excited about and welcome the tea party movement contribution to the process. I believe it will make for the best possible nominating process.

5. What is the best part of running your site?

The Wolf Files has given me the opportunity to meet and hear from a number of interesting people across the country. It’s really been fun. Plus there’s Joe Biden. My readers know that I have an irreverent and, at times, snarky sense of humor and, let’s face it, Joe Biden is the gift that keeps on giving.

6. Have you considered running for public office?

At this point in my life, with the demands of a medical practice, running a business and caring for a family, it’s hard to imagine running for office. Still, if we indeed hold dear our nation, at some point, we must be willing to take a stand, put aside personal pursuits and fight for our vision of America.

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