Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Letter to the 2016 Candidates

Open letter to the 2016 presidential candidates.

We the People are voting today. I'm not sure how it's going to turn out, but one thing is certain. We the People are tired of how things have been going, not just the last eight years, but for a good deal longer.
Neither of you should confuse voting our party with support for you as the candidate. There are plenty of people smart enough to know that any third party candidate in this cycle doesn't have the national presence to get remotely close to 270, thereby making it a vote for neither of you, which in many cases is exactly what those voters are trying to communicate to the D.C. establishment.
When the Wikileaks email bombshells dropped, it only confirmed our suspicions, Hillary, that you're a criminal with deep ties throughout the political establishment.
When video came out with you saying some very inappropriate things, it confirmed suspicions of crassness, Donald.
Regardless, the vast majority of Americans will be voting for one of you. Each of you have faults and a history that people on both sides of the aisle are not comfortable with.
Whichever of you wins, the big take-away you should take from this election is that we're watching you. We're plugged in. We're mad as hell and we're not going to take it anymore.
Mr. Trump, I pray you win. I believe that, while I'm not one hundred percent sure if you're the conservative you portray yourself as, it's also quite possible you are. I have defended you in countless conversations. You're a billionaire with 500+ businesses around the world that is a multi-billion dollar a year empire. You don't get to that place by being a bull in a china shop, as the media has tried to define you. You get there through diplomacy. Your choice of Mr. Pence and how you've been vocal on being pro-life, pro-gun and pro-business have encouraged me. You, sir, get my vote and the votes of millions of others as a result. I pray you follow through with what you've stated, should you win.
Mrs. Clinton, I don't believe anything you say. Your track record shows you're either a liar or complete inept, and I suspect it is the former. You asked if the questioner meant wiping your email server, "like with a cloth" proves my previous statement. You say you're for women and children, but you have no support of fact for those statements by way of tangible accomplishments. You admitted to having both a public and private political position (and then tried to blame that on Lincoln in the debate...really?). That alone shows We the People you're lying to us, willing to say whatever you need to so you can get elected. You did such shady business between as Secretary of State that no one believes you are out for We the People. You stranded Americans in #benghazi who were killed because you, as Secretary of State, wouldn't allow Americans at a CIA annex to go help. I will wonder, until it comes out, what you were covering up there. Something very questionable seems to have gone on with your emails. Though We the People acknowledge we won't every likely know the depth of that situation, but the situation stinks.

Don't confuse this as an anti-woman position. Your policies and plans suck.

Should you win, I don't believe it will have been legitimately. We the People, regardless of how things turn out are quite skeptical now of the generally rigged system. By rigged, we mean the leftist democrat media complex. When the media does your bidding, it's an uphill battle for any outsider, even a billionaire. When you add into the mix the fact that George Soros has a dog in the fight globally, domestically and has either ownership or influence by being on the board of a company (or companies) that own voting machines used here in the U.S., it's really impossible to see any election as fraud-free. When it comes out that dead people and democrats are found voting for democrat candidates, it's hard to see any election as fraud-free, but specifically your party.
If you win, my business will thrive, in spite of you, Mrs. Clinton.
If you win, my business will thrive, in spite of you too, Mr. Trump.
It's time for the game to change. I intend to help that process in any way God gives me the strength, wisdom and resources to do so.

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

I Like Big Budgets and I Cannot Lie...


It's a safe bet that most rational, thinking people will agree that Federal spending is too big.  Well, O released his proposed budget for the year.  There's a Sir Mix-A-Lot parody in here begging to get produced.  (I like big budgets and I cannot lie...you democrats can't deny)

Where the budget is normally released on a Monday, he chose to release today, Tuesday, during the New Hampshire primary while everyone is distracted.

Fox News covered it...so...maybe CNN will cover it.  You know, since they're such big fans of him and his spending...




Gee...you think no one wants it mentioned in NH tonight?

Friday, February 5, 2016

Still Crazy After All These Years

By all appearances, Bernie Sanders is the twin brother of Doc Brown, separated at birth.  While that's not (likely) true, it's funny.

What's not funny are Bernie's ideas.  Seriously.  Do the math.  If you taxed the rich, all those earning $250,000 and up, at a rate of 100% (yes, like ALL of their money), you still wouldn't have enough money to cover his plan.  In fact, you couldn't cover it if you taxed the entire country at a rate of 100%.  That's the reason he's saying he's going to increase taxes by $13.6T (that's T for TRILLION).  News flash, kids.  If we're $16T in debt now, we're only making our problems worse with his plan.

So, in 240 years, we'll have gone from zero debt to over $16T during Obama's presidency.  Here's a quick look at our rapidly increasing debt by both parties:




In another ten years, Komrad Sanders wants to increase our debt to over $30T.  Never mind that there's nothing logical...at...all...about his plan, much less his math.  That number is so unsustainable, we'll crumble financially as a country.  Think Greece...only probably worse.

We're still crazy after all these years of Clinton, Bush and Obama spending if we keep electing those in the political establishment from both parties.  They're not slowing down the spending.  They're making it worse through every election through government subsidies of more nonsense than you can imagine. 

On a related note, this is why Ted Cruz won the Iowa caucus against Trump and against Establishment RINOs (Republicans In Name Only).  He won against establishment candidates including Jeb Bush and others while proposing an end to ethanol subsidies in Iowa...all while a Republican establishment 6-term Republican governor told Iowans not to vote for Cruz.  He won anyway because Iowans understand that eliminating government subsidies (and by extension, our debt) levels the playing field in business and the government no longer picks the winners and losers in business.

It's a safe bet that Komrad Sanders has never read the book, Atlas Shrugged.  For those of you in the know, you know what'll happen.  The producers (those who own and run companies) will simply abandon their operations...or shrug.  When you get taxed at such a high rate that it no longer makes any logical sense to do what you do, you leave.  You shrug.  

The appeal Komrad Sanders has to young people is astoundingly disturbing, yet understandable.  Salon.com recently posted a video that showed a bunch of college kids at Texas Tech University being asked the questions below.  Here's the punch to the gut - these kids were only able to answer the last three questions, except for one girl who guessed the right answer to one question, and you could tell it was a guess.  Watch it here, kids.  Warning, if you have any love for our country, this video is going to bother you. 

1 - Who won the Civil War?
2 - Who was in the Civil War?
3 - Who is the Vice President?
4 - Who did we gain our independence from?
5 - What show is Snooki on?
6 - Who is Brad Pitt married to?
7 - Who was Brad Pitt married to?

Here's the punch to the gut - these kids were only able to answer the last three questions.  Yep.  Only one girl guessed the right answer to one question, but you could tell it was a guess.  Watch it here, kids.  Warning, if you have any care for our country, this video is going to bother you.  

So, when you look at how our education system has been dumbed down to where college kids don't know who was in the Civil War, who won it, who our Vice President is or who we gained our independence from, it can't be surprising the Bernie Sanders is doing well with them.  They know more about reality TV and movie stars than they do their country.  

Here are two crazy men.  Both have wild hair, crazy ideas and neither live in reality.  But with what we saw in that video, Komrad Sanders could probably tell these college kids that Back to the Future was a documentary film on the DeLorean time machine built back in 1985...and they'd believe it.  

Go make a difference in your communities.  Educate people...with useful information.  Keep a foot in pop culture for relevancy's sake, but don't dive in so deep that you leave reality.



Wednesday, October 21, 2015

What we have here is a kakistocracy!

We've heard all the news channel talking heads talk yammering on about our government.  What they fail to explain, generally deliberately, is what type of government we have.  This is mostly due to the agenda they push.

While flawed and filled with corrupt career politicians, what we have is a constitutional republic.  Not a democracy, not a democratic republic.

However, today the United States of America seems to resemble a kakistocracy.

Let's fix this problem in 2016.  Vote for liberty.  Vote for freedom.  Vote in support of our Constitution.


Monday, October 12, 2015

Trump: Chump or Champ?


This weekend, myself and a guest got a couple of tickets to go see The Donald at one of his campaign stops.  The walk up to the building had more diversity than liberal media would like to admit.  There were also more people and diversity making up the crowd than the democrat media complex would ever like to admit.  The predictable blue blazer and khaki pants republicans were in attendance, middle aged men and women, elderly, blacks, latinos, asians, millennials and elderly.  It's the sort of crowd the liberals hate to admit have turned out to support a candidate that has traction and speaks against the socialist agenda they desperately want to ram down the American public's throat.  But, enough on the diversity subject.  Here's a link of one guy we saw after the rally.

To open up his time with the crowd, Trump spent a lot of time talking about himself.  A lot.  This wasn't terribly surprising as this is standard operating procedure for a guy who is constantly pushing his brand.  The audience was told in several ways how, in spite of some deals that didn't work out so well, Trump still managed to earn enough through aggressive business deals to wind up worth billions (roughly ten billion).  His point of telling his story was finally made when he said the mind that has done this for the last few decades is the mind that's going to get to work fixing our economic house, to which the audience cheered wildly.

Mr. Trump, who doesn't use a teleprompter, took special note to throw several verbal jabs at both Obama and Clinton for their absolute reliance on them.  His jabs at Clinton were very well-received.  Mr. Trump pointed out that Clinton spoke very dryly at one of her events stating that she didn't like his tone.  Mr. Trump said, "Our country is going to hell in a hand basket, we've got a terrible economy, record millions out of work, her email scandal, and she doesn't like my tone?!  What this country needs is tone!"  No surprise, this got him a very enthusiastic applause from the audience.  He didn't take an opportunity to mention her failure with Benghazi, but did say that her email scandal alone is a growing legal problem that should probably keep her from even being able to run for President.

Most of the other candidates also received an equal share of bashing.  Here is a quick synopsis of his assessment of each of them.  Jeb is boring, very boring, a nice guy, but we don't need just a nice guy in the office.  Rubio, he said, sweats like a pig.  He suggested that consequently, Rubio would make a terrible guy in foreign negotiations and is not the kind of guy you'd ever want to put up against Putin because of that.  He'd easily look way to nervous against a former KGB officer like Putin.  Carly Fiorina was voted worst CEO in history (though he didn't mention the source for that) and is just annoying to listen to. Walker shouldn't have slammed Trump as shortly after he did, Walker dropped out.  Gov. Rick Perry is dumb.  Lindsey Graham is out of his league.  There were other comments about nearly all the other candidates.  It's possible Dr. Ben Carson escaped his bashing.  But notably absent from his negative comments was Sen. Ted Cruz.  It makes one wonder if they've been discussing the VP role and choosing not to take shots at each other.

Mr. Trump spoke of his tax plan he released, but didn't go into detail at the event to describe it.  He spoke of wanting to grow our military to be the strongest again in the world after mentioning the U.S. Army is at it's least prepared position since prior to WWII.

After the bashing, he returned to mentioning how rich he is and that in spite of the requests of various PACs to take their money (the thing that those PACs then hold over your head when it's time for you to vote/veto bills), that he wouldn't take it so he could brush off the PACs.  That's easy to say when you're a billionaire.

He also took great opportunity to bash members of the liberal media which were there covering his event stating they're a huge part of the problem not covering the realities of how many Americans support conservative values.

That about sums up the event.

But, it didn't win me over.

He didn't discuss ACA/Obamacare or the specifics of his tax plan and how that would affect job growth.  He also didn't discuss guns or the Constitution, although he's been outspoken in the media on his thoughts of eliminating gun control efforts.

My summation, nice guy.  Rich guy.  Fun to listen to.  Based on what he said, seems like he'd let the military do it's thing against our enemies.  He'd probably do a great job with the tax plan to generate jobs.  Not sure on his stance with repealing ACA and letting unregulated free market capitalism determine a solution.  Not sure where he stands on abortion, though he's recently said he's pro-life after previously stating he's pro-choice.  No voting record to base a decision off.

I listened to Donald for nearly two hours, but still not 100% convinced of his positions, specifically how he'd tackle the healthcare conversation.  Here's a June 2015 interview with Jack Tapper. 

The synopsis of his speech is this.  "I'm rich. I know how to create jobs.  The people in office are idiots.  I won't take PAC money because I'm rich.  Let's make our military big again.  Let's make America great again."  Light on specifics, but entertaining to attend.

Sen. Ted Cruz still gets my support.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Carly Fiorina Praises Muslim Traders of African Slaves as Greatest Civilization

September 26, 2001...just fifteen days after 9/11 and THIS is the speech that now POTUS candidate Carly Fiorina delivered as CEO of HP.  It's also why she does not appear to share the same love of country most freedom-loving Americans expect from a candidate for United States President.  This Saturday marks fourteen years since her speech that is still garnering attention, much of it understandably unwanted, but justifiably, especially from the right.

Yes, she was the CEO of HP, a multi-national company.  Fifteen days after 9/11 and her speech sounds more like something Barack Obama would have said.  The rest of what she says as a POTUS candidate resonates with Republicans, talks of right to life, growing our military and such, but this speech should cause concern.  Just like Trump's comments of being in support of single-payer insurance cause concern, but that's for another post.

Arabs have contributed to society, no question.  But, so have the Italians, Germans, Chinese, etc.  That doesn't mean we praise the entire world history of islam fifteen days after a terrorist attack like 9/11.

Now it's time, boys and girls, for a little history lesson.  Following are some inconvenient truths about muslims during the 'greatest civilization' period Carly references in her speech.

This was a civilization that spent several hundred years conquering North Africa between 800 and 1600.  The muslims would go in, force conversions on societies, invent stuff, build stuff and yes, they also expanded trade throughout these regions.

The muslim commerce expansion included slave trade...of Africans.

Yes, Africans...owned and sold by muslims...for hundreds of years.  Wrap your head around that.

But, the democrat media complex would sure like you to keep believing the lie that black slave ownership was somehow unique to white America and solely our responsibility in history.

The muslim slave trade of Africans was especially elevated in the 1700's.  So here's a civilization that went out conquering lands around the world, forcing its beliefs on other societies and Carly Fiorina is praising it as enlightened and the greatest civilization in the world up to that point.

Is she praising islam?  Is she praising the imperial nature of islam?  Sure seems like it.

If so, try to reconcile in your mind the fact that the left (democrats, progressives, fascists, marxists, socialists, whatever) all want to praise muslims as a peaceful people...who conquered through war large portions of the world for hundreds of years and took Africans as slaves in the process

To extend that line of thought out further, why would a black person ever support a democrat, progressive, fascist, marxist, socialist...or muslim?  The answer is simple.  They've been conned.  They've been told for so long that white conservatives are the problem.  They're not.  We've long been the solution, but that won't fly on liberal media outlets.  Not just the news channels either.  The constant lies fed to the American public infiltrate so much of our entertainment that it's a constant stream of liberal lies.  It's really staggering how deep that rabbit hole goes.

On a side, but related note, the first legal slave owner in the U.S. was...wait for it...a black man.  True story, look it up.

Yes, there were people on both sides of the political aisle that owned slaves.  But ultimately, it was Republicans who were actually responsible for ending slavery in the United States.  It has long been Republicans who have been more Christian in our response to the centuries old issue of slavery.  So don't let anyone try to tell you otherwise.  Go read a history book...or five.

Back to the issue of Carly Fiorina praising islam, this is the last segment of her speech.  You make the call if she's just being diplomatic or if her praising islam is as questionable as it seems.  Click here or the link at the bottom for the whole speech on HP.com....


September 26, 2001

I'll end by telling you a story.

There was once a civilization that was the greatest in the world.

It was able to create a continental super-state that stretched from ocean to ocean, and from northern climes to tropics and deserts. Within its dominion lived hundreds of millions of people, of different creeds and ethnic origins.

One of its languages became the universal language of much of the world, the bridge between the peoples of a hundred lands. Its armies were made up of people of many nationalities, and its military protection allowed a degree of peace and prosperity that had never been known. The reach of this civilization’s commerce extended from Latin America to China, and everywhere in between.

And this civilization was driven more than anything, by invention. Its architects designed buildings that defied gravity. Its mathematicians created the algebra and algorithms that would enable the building of computers, and the creation of encryption. Its doctors examined the human body, and found new cures for disease. Its astronomers looked into the heavens, named the stars, and paved the way for space travel and exploration.

Its writers created thousands of stories. Stories of courage, romance and magic. Its poets wrote of love, when others before them were too steeped in fear to think of such things.

When other nations were afraid of ideas, this civilization thrived on them, and kept them alive. When censors threatened to wipe out knowledge from past civilizations, this civilization kept the knowledge alive, and passed it on to others.

While modern Western civilization shares many of these traits, the civilization I’m talking about was the Islamic world from the year 800 to 1600, which included the Ottoman Empire and the courts of Baghdad, Damascus and Cairo, and enlightened rulers like Suleiman the Magnificent.

Although we are often unaware of our indebtedness to this other civilization, its gifts are very much a part of our heritage. The technology industry would not exist without the contributions of Arab mathematicians. Sufi poet-philosophers like Rumi challenged our notions of self and truth. Leaders like Suleiman contributed to our notions of tolerance and civic leadership.

And perhaps we can learn a lesson from his example: It was leadership based on meritocracy, not inheritance. It was leadership that harnessed the full capabilities of a very diverse population–that included Christianity, Islamic, and Jewish traditions.

This kind of enlightened leadership — leadership that nurtured culture, sustainability, diversity and courage — led to 800 years of invention and prosperity.

In dark and serious times like this, we must affirm our commitment to building societies and institutions that aspire to this kind of greatness. More than ever, we must focus on the importance of leadership– bold acts of leadership and decidedly personal acts of leadership.

With that, I’d like to open up the conversation and see what we, collectively, believe about the role of leadership.

Full text of her speech here.

Friday, September 11, 2015

Bad to Worse

This picture says it all.  



14 years later, we have a POTUS, members of Congress and Senators willingly giving nuclear power to our enemy. 

Things were bad when we were so speedily saddled with the Patriot Act.  Now things are worse as we have Obamacare and elected officials essentially arming our sworn enemies...not to mention all the other social issues the Left are using to further deconstruct our great nation.  

Feels a bit like that episode of Seinfeld called The Bizarro Jerry (episode 137) where everything was reverse of normal. 

The glimmer of hope - Sen. Ted Cruz keeps gaining momentum.  

-Joe
www.JoeSixpackAmerican.com

Monday, August 24, 2015

Can A Church Sermon Help Separate The GOP Field?

Pop Culture Libertarianism vs. Actual Conservatism

The perspective our Founders had was that our liberty was based on a moral code understood by and agreed on by population. Hence the following from the Declaration:

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

Those Rights, the liberty we sought, were based on the mass of the population being in agreement of certain generalities of their faith. Though not all back then were Christians, most considered themselves to be such and would agree that the liberties sought were based on the moral code of Christianity.  The Bill of Rights, those endowed by our Creator, were not anticipated to start trumping another's rights because of that moral code.

On that note, a great video to watch is here from Andy Stanley at North Point in Alpharetta, GA. It just might be the thing to help you figure out which candidate is really the best. Warning, you'll need to remove your filter for the duration of the video. But, it's worth it.

To your question, the reason I support Sen. Ted Cruz for President over Paul is that Paul isn't basing his version of libertarianism on any specific moral code, but more so a civil libertarianism or a general "hey if it doesn't hurt you, you shouldn't worry about it, bro" sort of philosophy. At least, that's what I've concluded from what I've read. I don't agree with where he's reached out to prog-Dems like Cory Booker, but that's another post entirely. Cruz's positions are based more on the moral code of Christianity.

The only thing that appears to be "missing" from Cruz's resume is that he hasn't been a Governor. As a general rule, I believe a former Governor is better qualified as POTUS. That doesn't mean I don't think a United States Senator isn't qualified, I just think a former Governor has a slight edge as essentially the CEO or President of a state. I haven't been able to spend as much time reading up on Walker as I'd like (yet), but I will. From the standpoint of liberty, true conservatism and such, it's the only thing he's got over Sen. Ted Cruz.

It comes down to pop culture libertarianism versus actual conservatism. Sen. Rand Paul wants to play nice with progressives and come up with common ground (read: professional politician). Sen. Ted Cruz basically stood his ground on principle with no backup on the floor of Congress for conservatism that is both common sense and based in his faith as a Christian.

Sen. Ted Cruz has my vote.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Back to the Future Reboot

Back to the Future 10/30/2016


The AP has reported today that amid the increasing unrest within the country, the Obama Administration has renamed the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to the Department of Homeland Control (DHC). 

Former New Black Panther leader Maruse Heath, a.k.a. King Salim Shabazz, has been named as the new Director of the DHC. 

Mr. Heath was quoted as saying, “This is a great victory for all my brothers and sisters in this great country. Like my sister Michelle Obama said years ago, ‘For the first time in my life, I’m proud to be an American.’ To think that I was in jail just a couple of years ago on weapons charges, which by the way were totally fabricated by the white racist establishment, well, it just brings a tear to my eye and a thrill up my leg. And now – I get to ride roughshod over everyone. I get to carry any kind of gun I want, any place I want, and I can arrest anyone I want. I have just started my new career, but I know I’m going to love it!” 

With the recent unrest around the country, there have been rumors swirling around that the Obama Administration has been considering declaring Martial Law. This action on the part of the DHC would seem to be a precursor to instituting Martial Law within the United States. There have been riots all over the country in the last several months as the inflation rate has soared to 37%. Ironically, the unemployment rate has reached 37% as well, with many companies closing their doors, either unable or unwilling to pay the 75% tax rate on their businesses. 

We will keep you posted on the status of these recent developments.

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

Today's Quote of the Day

"The danger to America is not Barack Obama but a citizenry capable of entrusting a man like him with the Presidency. It will be far easier to limit and undo the follies of an Obama presidency than to restore the necessary common sense and good judgment to a depraved electorate willing to have such a man for their president. The problem is much deeper and far more serious than Mr. Obama, who is a mere symptom of what ails America. Blaming the prince of the fools should not blind anyone to the vast confederacy of fools that made him their prince. The Republic can survive a Barack Obama, who is, after all, merely a fool. It is less likely to survive a multitude of fools such as those who made him their president." -- Vaclav Klaus, Premier of the Czech Republic

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Man Giving Away $1,000 in Mall of America Gets Busted

First, watch the video here of Serge Vorobyov tossing $1,000 into the Mall of America rotunda.  

No evidence of a mob rush and people getting tackled.  How could this going to hold up in court?  If it does, it will be legislating from the bench to make an example out of Serge Vorobyov to force the community into citizen compliance at the whim of the court.  If you're going to follow the statist mindset put out here by these communist media idiots at the local CBS affiliate after such a dumb move by Mall of America, there's a logical trail of thought that can get you there.  However, you have to abandon all reason, logic, intelligence and common sense...all of it.

Capitalism must end.  This insanity of throwing $1,000 into the rotunda provides proof of it.  There is a great case for inciting disorderly conduct by the manufacturers of all retail goods.  Since many businesses work hard to get to Black Friday, which by the way is so racially insensitive to blacks it should be changed to Strategic Targeted Uptick for Positive Increase Day, or STUPID for short (thank you Al Sharpton for the idea).  The retailers who sell said goods at such low prices on STUPID, causing the mindless masses to enter into wrestling matches over said items, should also be arrested and charged with multiple counts of inciting disorderly conduct.  This position can be made by the repeated occurrences of chaos and mayhem every STUPID.  The solution, clearly, is ending capitalism worldwide.  

You don't have the mental capacity to run a business without regulation.  Shut your company down or obey government regulation. We will more than likely force you to stay open so that a fair trade tax can be assessed across all similar businesses, thereby leveling the playing field.  This will have zero impact on your actual business because it is a business tax that will be deemed illegal to pass along to consumers, but that is irrelevant to you. This is for the greater good.

You don't have the mental capacity to shop, behave like mature adults.  Walk home or take government transportation.  Your fossil fuel vehicles will be disposed of this week by the Department of Urban Movement Betterment.  The mall will be closed for your own good, shortly.  If it is left open, it will be with heavy regulation to ensure behavioral standards that serve the greater good.

You will now all accept government provided food.  Since it is not fair that some less fortunate people are unable to buy steak and lobster meals when they choose.  So, steak and lobster and all other similar luxury food items are now banned.  Everyone will get an equal share of potatoes, genetically modified chicken-like product and genetically modified corn-like products.  These genetically modified products are done so to ensure mass production for all people.  The contents have been deemed acceptable by your government.  This is done for the greater good.

You will not question why those burdened with the responsibility of regulating your business, providing your housing and food will be permitted exemption from those rules.  It is the least you can do to express gratitude to them.  Carry on, citizen.  Remember, to obey is good and to resist is futile.  We are government and we legion.

Yes, people.  This is satire.  It sounds completely ridiculous, but this is how the communists in the democrat media complex think.  Clearly, Serge was trying to have a positive impact on several people's lives.  He should not be beholden to others in how he accomplishes this and these little toadies at the local CBS station should stick to reporting news instead of editorializing it.  But, we all know that's now how statist media works.

The smart mall managers across the country would be wise to take a cue from Serge by putting him on a national tour to do a money drop every day from the top story of each mall during a performance of "Let It Snow."  Men like Serge want to have a positive impact on their community.  His actions prove it.  Mall managers like Rich Hoge at Mall of America don't need to encourage excessive reactions like this by their security guards.  This could have been a great PR opportunity for them.  Mall of America's PR person Dan Jasper should be chastised for not coming up with this idea on his own.

The entrepreneurial Canadian family and owners of Triple Five Group, which owns Mall of America, should question GM Rich Hoge's decision to have the situation handled this way by his staff, thereby creating this PR nightmare.  The mismanagement of something like this is not likely how the builders of American Dream Meadowlands in New Jersey would prefer to make headlines.

No one wants to end up as a negative DrudgeReport headline.




Matt Drudge leaves stories like this running long just to make a point.  The decision was excessive and normal people everywhere know it, or it wouldn't still be a headline on Drudge.  

If Mall of America is like most malls during the Christmas season, they stick a guy in a Santa suit in one end of the mall, have kids take pictures while the kids ask for a present, which this guy won't be providing.  Serge, on the other hand, gave away actual money - and he's the guy that gets in trouble.  You just can't make up this kind of nonsense.

Show your support of Serge and his efforts to do something good by calling the mall.  Flood them with phone calls at 952-883-8800, then bombard the Mall of America Facebook page and Mall of American Twitter page.  Let them know you Support Serge!

Want to reach out to them directly?  Here you go...

Dan Jasper, Public Relations - djasper@mallofamerica.com - 952.883.8829
Rich Hoge, General Manager - rhoge@mallofamerica.com - 952.883.8800

Serge - just an average guy in Minnesota trying to provide a good life for himself...and gets penalized for it by the toadies at Mall of America. 

America - we are better than this.  

Love God.  Love people.  Stand for liberty.  Fight tyranny.
Encourage others to do the same.
-Joe

Friday, November 22, 2013

Sad Little Sycophants

A picture is worth a thousand words.  I'll leave the picture to speak for itself.

Happy Friday, patriots.  Stand for liberty!
-Joe

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Back to the Future

Back to the Future 10/30/2016: The AP has reported today that amid the increasing unrest within the country, the Obama Administration has renamed the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to the Department of Homeland Control (DHC). Former New Black Panther leader Maruse Heath, a.k.a. King Salim Shabazz, has been named as the new Director of the DHC. Mr. Heath was quoted as saying, “This is a great victory for all my brothers and sisters in this great country. Like my sister Michelle Obama said years ago, ‘For the first time in my life, I’m proud to be an American.’” To think that I was in jail just a couple of years ago on weapons charges, which by the way were totally fabricated by the white racist establishment, well, it just brings a tear to my eye and a thrill up my leg. And now – I get to ride roughshod over everyone. I get to carry any kind of gun I want, any place I want, and I can arrest anyone I want. I have just started my new career, but I know I’m going to love it!” With the recent unrest around the country, there have been rumors swirling around that the Obama Administration has been considering declaring Martial Law. This action on the part of the DHC would seem to be a precursor to instituting Martial Law within the United States. There have been riots all over the country in the last several months as the inflation rate has soared to 37%. Ironically, the unemployment rate has reached 37% as well, with many companies closing their doors, either unable or unwilling to pay the 75% tax rate on their businesses. We will keep you posted on the status of these recent developments.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Happy Fiscal Cliff New Year

Common sense.  Two frequently used words.  Yet, ironically, common sense is not used by a lot of people.  This couldn't be more evident in the fiscal cliff "deal" that has been handed to us by our elected officials.

What is common sense?  It appears to have changed based on our last election.  If historic common sense had been used, there's no way Obama would have been elected, not to mention re-elected.

Historically, common sense tells us that if we are spending too much as a family based on consistent paychecks from work, then we need to cut back spending - especially if we have any hope of having investments so we can retire when we are too old to do our jobs.  Debt, historically, has not been viewed as a good thing.  These days, our culture has pushed us to a place where debt is an accepted part of our entire life.

Then...there is government.  Specifically, government debt.  Why does the government need debt and how does it justify its debt?  The same way everyone else does, by telling themselves lies about what is needed and selfishly ignoring the consequences.  Those consequences are that the American people need to suck it up and support algae growers and other "pork" in legislation.

Of course, it's easy to point fingers at the democrats that insisted on raising taxes on the rich, the top 1%, the millionaires they tell us that don't pay their fair share.

Fair share.  That's funny.  Nevermind that our elected officials are that 1%.  They are hypocrites that use their press conferences to decry the financial 'club' they are in themselves.  They are hypocrites who employ the YouTube testimony of those 1%-ers in the entertainment industry to continue their brainwashing efforts of the American public on things ranging from gun control to .

Now, in light of the "deal" on the fiscal cliff, it's also quite easy to point at Republicans...or as they are not-so-affectionately known as RINOs...who caved into Obama, Reid and company after putting on their little dog and pony show where they "stood up" to the tax increases.

Consequently, we're all frustrated with where things appear to be headed for our great nation.

Talk radio show hosts like Rush, Glenn, Sean and Herman get our blood pumping, which is a good thing.  The challenge is getting together a game plan to execute that will make a difference.   Radio shows and networks like Fox News are great but don't offer solutions.

The solution, if you haven't figured it out, is left to We The People.  We can't rely on TV show hosts to change the world.  We can rely on them to inform us on political news and offer perspective.  But, it is up the regular Joe Sixpack Americans like you to stand up and change what we don't like about our country.

The solution and the game plan will be posted on January 4, 2013.

RINOs, you're officially on notice.  We The People are done.  Real change is coming.

-Joe Sixpack American