12.01.2006

Christmas Gift Idea

Buy it for Junior, here.

38 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe it is because Mommy is a squirrel like the rest of the democrats

Anonymous said...

Quotes from this great book....

Democrats make sure we all share our toys
(even if it means stealing from honest hard working people and giving it to dishonest lazy people)

Democrats make sure we are always safe
(as long as it's politically correct and we're not offending anyone)

Democrats make sure we all go to school
(and the mean 'ol republicans will make you steal your education and make you work in a sweat shop for the rest of your life)



....a kids book filled with typical liberal lies.

greta said...

So stupid. People will do anything to make a buck.

Anonymous said...

How f*cking stupid people are that believe poverty = dishonest and lazy. Just keep believing that and therefore you can justify your primitive beliefs!

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't say that all poor people are dishonest and lazy, but everyone I know that are honest and hardworking are not poor! Your comment either means you are probably poor and have a lot of pride, or you are rich and you feel guilty and think you need to look out for the poor.

Anonymous said...

3:08...WRONG!!! I am simply educated about poverty and society.

Anonymous said...

You were a sociology major weren't you...so could you explain to me, since you are so educated how you can work hard and be honest in our society and be poor?

Anonymous said...

Thank you 2:39! My husband and I are the furthest thing from being dishonest and lazy, but yet there has been a time when we had to seek government assistance. I was diagnosed with a debilitating disease and was unable to work, and even though my husband worked his ass off to provide for our family, we still needed help. When your two-income family gets suddenly and unexpectedly knocked down to one income, things get hard.

3:08, apparently you or no one in your family has ever been thrown into a difficult financial situation, otherwise you might not be so judgemental. But believe it or not, occasionally there are extenuating circumstances. Oh, wait, those words are too big to understand if you're stupid enough to believe that ALL poor people are dishonest and lazy.

Anonymous said...

As I recall, Jesus was hard working, poor, and cared about other people.

Anonymous said...

Wealthy people...HONEST and hard working! LOL!!!! That is friggin hilarious!!!!!

Anonymous said...

-- if you look at 2:01 they never say ALL poor people are dishonest and lazy

wordkyle said...

Another piece of agitprop by the Liberal Democrats who control almost all media.

The Democrats are using a tried and tested method for indoctrinating children. See "Hitler Youth" and "Khmer Rouge."

Anonymous said...

Mommy would tell you why she is a Democrat, but you're not here because she had an abortion.

Anonymous said...

Can't we all just envision this sweet scene: Laura Bush reading to little Republican children exerpts from this book, as they gather around the White House Christmas tree.

Anonymous said...

Shouldn't it be called "Why both my mommies are Democrats"? Why is it the government's responsibility when someone gets down on their luck? Have you heard of churches or charities?

Anonymous said...

1:51PM - it won't happen. All those faith-based initiatives have turned out to be drug-using, money-grubbing ripoffs, filled with Republican pedophiles. I wonder when "The Potter's House" will crumble.

Anonymous said...

6:57, Can you name one such faith based charity that you describe or are you just painting them all with a broad brush?

Anonymous said...

Well, let's see......7:02 - it would take a pretty big brush to cover up these debacles, and there are actually many more.....feel free to do some research of your own, if you ever pull your head out of the sand.

Dallas Teen Challenge Boys Ranch & Assemblies of God - Drug-trafficking, child-molesting counselor among various other infractions - and this was one of Bush's favorites examples of his faith based-initiative BS;

Prison Fellowship Ministries, founded by Watergate conspirator Chuck Colson - no proof of recidivism; ordered in June of this year to repay the state of Iowa $1.5Mil in funding; of course, he's appealing.

Pat Robertson’s Operation Blessing International got $14 million - you gotta be kidding;

Institute for Responsible Fatherhood and Family Revitalization got $1.5 mil, beat out a UT jobs program for the funding, despite the fact that the UT program had a job placement rate almost 300 times greater than IRFFR’s...........

Religious based childcare facilities (not required to be licensed under Bush's initiative) had rates of confirmed abuse and neglect rise quickly and have been as much as 25% higher than state licensed facilities.....PATHETIC.

Anonymous said...

8;08, but my 2 mommies are democrats. I'm sure there has never been any fraud with government entitlement programs.

Anonymous said...

8:21 - you're the fraudster - you aren't worthy of the air you are breathing.

Anonymous said...

Not to mention the thousands of employees it takes to operate these red tape beauracratic boondogles that cannot be fired. Thanks for the breath of fresh air.

Anonymous said...

The federal government established responsibility of America's welfare with the Social Security Act. The Great Depression proved that a person can be "down on their luck" without any fault of their own, but rather due to forces beyond one's control. Deal with it people!!!

Anonymous said...

So if I had to depend on social security for my welfare because I was down on my luck, wouldn't that put me in the poor house because I would be making less than minimum wage? Which government program could I turn to then? I love the way the government entitlement programs help people prosper at my expense.

Anonymous said...

You should be more concerned about how big business profits at your expense.

Anonymous said...

I am concerned. That's why I invest in big business that turns a profit and their stock prices go up making me money. I love capitalism. I hate waste and fraud in big government.

Anonymous said...

9:33, Are you a real idiot or do you just play one on the blog? Do you not understand the basics of the free market system? Do you work for a company that is just in it for the good of mankind or to turn a profit? It must suck to be you.

wordkyle said...

ANON 8:08 PM Cite your sources for your claims. They're all lies or distortions.

Example: The Prison Fellowship Ministries were ordered to repay money based on a lawsuit by a "separation of church and state" organization, regardless of the results;

Example: There was a single lawsuit alleging that a Dallas Teen Challenge counselor abused a minor. The case was dismissed due to lack of evidence;

Example: The source for the "25% higher rate of of abuse by religious childcare facilities" claim is a Mother Jones article that provided a long list of "what's wrong with religion." This claim is one of the items listed. Proof, sources, or evidence is not presented in the article. (Note: Mother Jones = radical Liberal rag)

You presented lies and distortions for your argument, and you got busted. You ought to run for office. The Democrats could use your talents.

Anonymous said...

I guess you don't support the US Constitution, Word Kyle.

Prison Fellowship Ministries - was ordered to be shutdown, by a suit filed by Americans United for Separation of Church and State, the judge stated the program was found to use gerrymandering in the RFP, so that PFM managed to become the sole bidder; an independent study by Penn State found the program focused on the successes and ignored the failures - the participants actually performed worse - there are many sources you can research for yourself, since this is still a very active case, and it's a lot bigger than separation of church and state;

Dallas Teen Challenge and the whole Teen Challenge Crock - I cite Austin American Statesman among MANY others - look for yourself, Wordkyle, and don't ignore the bad. Sadly, these agencies are immune from state inspections and regulations now, so we really don't know the true story on them any more;

You didn't challenge me on Pat Robertson’s Operation Blessing International or the Institute for Responsible Fatherhood and Family Revitalization - do you agree their funding is questionable?

I didn't get my information from Mother Jones, but you can't comprehend ANYONE having an opinion that differs from yours, so just keep your head in the sand.

Anonymous said...

Next, Benny Hinn will be wanting some dough to pay for his new jet.

wordkyle said...

ANON 1:12: Your guess is wrong. There is no "separation of church and state" in the Constitution. There is, however, a right to freedom of religion, and the free exercise thereof.

RE PFM: The University of Pennsylvania study indicated that the ministry reduced recidivism. The lawsuit explicitly attacks the religious aspect of the program, not its results.

RE Dallas Teen Challenge: The Austin paper mentions the lawsuit that I referred to. The one that was dismissed. That's all.

RE Mother Jones: MJ was the original source of your claim. You got it second, third or fourth hand from one of your anti-religion Liberal websites. (Of course, you can prove me wrong by providing evidence, instead of stale repetition of inaccuracies.)

RE Ignoring the rest of your nonsense: Exposing three of your lies is enough to illustrate how low Liberal Democrats will go to try to win. Face it: debating ideas based on facts is not your strong suit.

wordkyle said...

ANON 1:12 PM: Your initial statement was "All those faith-based initiatives have turned out to be drug-using, money-grubbing ripoffs, filled with Republican pedophiles."

Simply retract that statement and you'll be off the hook. I'm not out to crucify you personally. The statement is just factually wrong, and a lot of good people doing good things are being unjustly maligned.

Anonymous said...

OK, Wordkyle, I'll change All to Some. Will that do?

Anonymous said...

Oh Wordkyle - I love this about Pat Robertson - old, 1996 mind you, but I'll bet you get the picture unless you are a monthly contributor to dear old Pat.....

"While OBI trumpets its work at home and abroad through its website, other sources provide a more nuanced picture. In 1996, the Norfolk, VA-based Virginia-Pilot newspaper reported that two pilots who were hired by the charity to fly humanitarian aid to Zaire in 1994 were used almost exclusively for Robertson's diamond mining operations. Chief pilot Robert Hinkle claimed that in the six months he flew for Operation Blessing, only one or two of more than 40 flights were humanitarian -- the rest carried mining equipment. OBI resources were being diverted to support the African Development Co., a private corporation run by Robertson. At the time, Robertson also had a special relationship with Zaire's late dictator, Mobutu Sese Seko."

And with Bushco's FBI, he DID get 14 MIL - "Charles Henderson, a Presbyterian minister who heads up Christianity.about.com, recently pointed out that in 2001 Operation Blessing made some awfully strange purchases. The organization that prides itself on helping the poor and hungry in third world countries spent more than $2.5 million on Ensure, a dietary supplement and Splenda, a no calorie sweetener -- and more than $10.4 million on candy and panty hose. Even more disturbing is that Operation Blessing rendered a direct grant of slightly more than $2 million to Robertson's Christian Broadcasting Network -- "more than half," Henderson says, "of the entire OBI budget for direct grants."

It goes on and on - I'll even give you the URL (one of just many, mind you):

http://www.workingforchange.com/article.cfm?ItemID=13994

Anonymous said...

10:24 F*ck off. I was referring to how taxpayers have to pay for the benefit package for employees of companies such as Wal-mart.

Anonymous said...

Right on! 5:18 PM.

10:24 PM - Do you work for a company that is just in it for the good of mankind or to turn a profit? You can get a rewarding job, doing both, just call Pat Robertson or Benny Hinn. All you have to do make a large number of phone calls and beg stupid people to send you money - why, I'd bet they'd even let you work from home.

Anonymous said...

I don't work. I invest in companies that make money for their shareholders. Is this a great country or what?

Anonymous said...

You wish, 7:37.

Anonymous said...

I don't wish. I invest.