Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Thursday, December 4, 2008
Israel is drawing up plans to attack Iran's nuclear facilities and is prepared to launch a strike without backing from the U.S., an Israeli newspaper reported Thursday.
Officials in the Israeli Defense Ministry told The Jerusalem Post that while they prefer to act in consultation with the U.S., they are preparing plans that would allow them to act alone.
"It is always better to coordinate," a senior Defense Ministry official told the newspaper. "But we are also preparing options that do not include coordination."
It would be difficult, but not impossible, to launch a strike against Iran without permission from the U.S., as the American Air Force controls the Iraqi airspace Israel's jets would have to enter on a bombing mission.
"There are a wide range of risks one takes when embarking on such an operation," a senior Israeli official told the Post.
Iran, the world's fourth-largest crude oil producer, maintains that its uranium enrichment activities are aimed at making fuel for a network of planned electricity-generating nuclear power plants and not for developing weapons.
However Israel intelligence sources say Iran has sufficient nuclear material to make an atomic bomb.
Last month, amid mounting fears in Israel that the U.S. was doing nothing to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power, Ehud Olmert, Israel's Prime Minister, warned President Bush the last chance of destroying Tehran’s nuclear bomb-making program was passing.
Iran dismisses the possibility of an Israeli strike.
"We think that regional and international developments and the complicated situation faced by Israel itself will not allow it to launch military strikes against other countries," Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Hassan Qashqavi said, according to the Press TV Web site.
"Israel makes threats to promote its psychological and media warfare," Qashqavi said.
A report, published in September in Britain's Guardian newspaper, claimed that Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert requested a green light to attack Iran in May but was refused by Bush.
Found this on Foxnews website.
Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Monday, December 1, 2008
Thursday, November 20, 2008
With all this going on you better the believe the Israelis are not taking this news very well. They are poised to strike the Iranians nuclear facilities. This is almost a certainty to happen with the aggressive Iranian leadership. Iran has wanted to wipe the Jews off the map for some time and the Israeli's have all the right to stop them and should. With this attack we will probably see the involvement of the Russians and it could spiral out of control from there.
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Well it's pretty simple actually John McCain just didn't have it. What I mean is he ran an almost cowardly race. He was afraid to attack Obama on a lot of issues that could have really hurt him, instead like most the media he gave him a free pass. It amazed me that such a grizzled veteran of the political arena would cower under the pressure. Anyway the point is moot now and hind sight is 20/20 of course most of us saw it clearly then.
Next and most important McCain tried to out liberal a liberal. What that means is that on certain positions like global warming or campaign finance or the bailout, he was Identical to Obama. What he needed to understand was that no matter how liberal he was the left wing would not vote for him because he had an "R" by his name. His campaign manager needed to be fired. Also he didn't lose because of the droves of democrats he lost because his conservative base just stayed home. I grew so tired of hearing people say they were going to vote for McCain during the primary because they thought he was the only one who could win... Now we see that Mike Huckabee or Mitt Romney would have been tons better. I like Huckabee because of his ability to debate like no other and had some real conservative principles... I think we haven't seen the last of him.....
Ok I'll try to post another in a day or so I really want to get into global warming and how it's a huge lie...
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Monday, November 3, 2008
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Monday, October 27, 2008
Saturday, October 18, 2008
Friday, October 17, 2008
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Sunday, October 12, 2008
Friday, October 10, 2008
1.reduce the growth of government spending,
2.reduce marginal tax rates on income from labor and capital,
3.reduce government regulation of the economy,
4.control the money supply to reduce inflation
Reaganomics is also known as trickle down economics. Trickle down economics simply means that if you cut taxes on the "businesses" they are more apt to create new jobs because they have the money too. Hmmm all the democrats keep screaming that we need to raise taxes on the business and the wealthy because they have more and they should give lots more. Have you ever worked for someone who makes 20 or 30 thousand dollars a year? I didnt think so. You see democrats like to demonize the wealthy but they are the life blood of our economy hence they create jobs. One thing I want you to notice about the democrats they dare not speak bad about Reagan because he was and is considered the greatest president ever"even by most liberals" but yet they want to grow government and tax, tax, tax. Oh just the wealthy of course...Right.. One thing that the dems will try to say is that Reagan ran a huge deficit.. Well lets see... He submitted his budget to congress(democrat controlled) and they denied it.... added their pork to it and then passed it... Good job guys.... See if we could have a president like Reagan who would not be afraid to stand up to the morons on capitol hill they could turn this economy around. I'm afraid neither of our candidates will do this....
Tuesday, October 7, 2008
I promise to get to Reaganomics next! Maybe...
Friday, October 3, 2008
Let me first say that I am very dissappointed that you gentlemen were elected to represent the people. We elected you because we felt that you were the best men for the job. You promised to listen to us and promised to vote the way we the people saw fit. Both of you have let us down. You were supposed to protect us from socialistic ways, but instead you got scared and didnt listen to the people. You were put in office to protect us from the radical left, but instead of fighting them you joined them. Most of all senators, instead of standing with us you stood in front and ignored us. Now as citizens of Tennessee we will vote you out of office.
This was sent by me to our Senators. I will send another letter to each of our Congressman if they vote for this bill. Pray they don't this will be a huge mistake..
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Monday, September 29, 2008
Sunday, September 28, 2008
Ok ok! I know I chased a rabbit. Lets now look at the debate. I really don't have a lot to say other than I wasn't impressed with either. McCain started out slow but when he hit his stride I feel he took it over. The major issue I feel that Obama dropped the ball on was the economy and the war. (big suprise I know) He just doesn't get it. As far as McCain I agree with something he said about the economy's fundamentals:They are strong: which means that the core of the economy is strong and will outlast this so called crisis!
Friday, September 26, 2008
Sunday, August 31, 2008
First I would like to point to the fact that Obama has little to no experience. Look at the facts. He has been in the senate for 2 1/2 years and has been busy for the last year and half to two years........RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT! Seriously, don't you have to accomplish something before you run for president? Apparently not!
Check out the video where Michael Dukakis (ran for president against Bush Sr.) tries to think of something Obama has accomplished and he can't.
Why can't liberals just admit that he hasn't accomplished anything?
Upcoming: Faith and Obama: Faith in what?