Hello all. I know its been a while since we last posted here on the CLF site. We've been pretty busy with work, what with business celebrating the conservative victory this November. On a personal level, I can say that I am just elated with the victory, with conservatives taking our country back from the secular progressive scourge. I am just happier in general and have really felt more upbeat, even with the extra 0.75 hour of unpaid overtime we've implemented at my IT job.
Now with the potential destruction of further unemployment benefits coupled with making Bush's tax cuts permanent for everyone including millionaires and billionaires, who by the way, if you haven't noticed, created upteen thousands of jobs from a period between 2001 and 2008, we still need to keep these cuts in order to invest in job creating industries such as hotel/restaurant management, fiberglass polishing, financial things, and culinary services. Tax cuts create wealth, simple as that, despite the liberal lie of unemployment benefits returning 1.64 dollars for every dollar spent as opposed to Bush tax cuts permanent returning 0.29 cents for every dollar spent.. but that's a lie. Don't believe the lies.
In addition to the tax argument, the one lie I am tired of hearing from the liberals is about the so-called evils of "free trade". Free is right there in the first word, so I am all for that. Plus, I can afford a 35 inch high def flat screen TV. Marvene can afford an I-Touch for her 17 month old grand-niece Jayden. That's called capitalism. And its the only thing we have that isn't at least communist/socialist. Clearly, the fact that all these people can spend $198 for high-end electronics, you just know our country must be doing something right. You can't do that in France or Germany and just spend $198. Its like $599, and that right there tells me that that additional $401 is the difference between our freedom loving enterprise of rugged individualists, and the socialist Western Europe who spend that difference on trivial things like taxes and health care and infrastructure and research&development and social services in general. Plus, those people don't have the freedom to buy guns whenever, preserve property rights, and basically have no limits in a companies behavior in the marketplace (with the exception of the actions of a natural person in the context of fertility rights, sexuality, and putting women in their rightful place).
Don't take that last item wrong, my lady is a strong woman in today's society. She what some would call a Grizzly mom. No, we do not have any children (re. low sperm motility), but we do have two adorable Yorkies. One brown, one black with white spot, named Chi Chi and Dolores. I can assure you that were anyone to attack either one, such as that big collie near our walk route, my lady would attack with a ferocity not seen since Chuck Norris in the middle part of Mission Impossible II when Braddock just goes nuts on those Cambodians guarding the bridge.
So that's all, its basically whats been kicking around my head these past glorious four and a half weeks since we took back at least 1/2 of our country.