Tuesday, February 27, 2007


These are the people responsible for 9/11...stop the maddness with Iraq and do what you promised!

American Airlines Flight 11
Waleed Alshehri, 22, from Saudi Arabia
Wail Alshehri, 28, from Saudi Arabia
Abdulaziz Alomari, 22, from Saudi Arabia
Satam Al Suqami, 25, from Saudi Arabia
Mohamed Atta, 33, from Egypt
United Airlines Flight 93
Saeed Alghamdi, 21, from Saudi Arabia
Ahmed Alhaznawi, 20, from Saudi Arabia
Ahmed Alnami, 23, from Saudi Arabia
Ziad Jarrah, 26, from Lebanon
United Airlines Flight 175
Ahmed Alghamdi, 22, from Saudi Arabia
Hamza Alghamdi, 20, from Saudi Arabia
Marwan Alshehhi, 23, from United Arab Emirates
Mohand Alshehri, 22, from Saudi Arabia
Fayez Ahmed Banihammad (Alshehri), 24, from United Arab Emirates
American Airlines Flight 77
Khalid Almihdhar, 26, from Saudi Arabia
Nawaf Alhazmi, 25, from Saudi Arabia
Salem Alhazmi, 20, from Saudi Arabia
Hani Hanjour, 29, from Saudi Arabia
Majed Moqed, 24, from Saudi Arabia

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May 15, 2002: The Bush Administration is embarrassed when the CBS Evening News reveals that Bush had been warned about al-Qaeda domestic attacks in August 2001. Bush had repeatedly said that he had "no warning" of any kind.

Stop the lies and please stop spending the tax payers money on your made up war in Iraq... find the people responsible for 9/11.

What say you America?

Friday, February 23, 2007


Mr. President you said... "If you're not for us, you're against us." Well just who are you for?

You have yet to show any outrage over the conditions at Walter Reed Army Hospital, where our wounded service men and women go.

You do still remember Walter Reed, there are pictures of you visiting the wounded... I'm sure you had to see the conditions there.

President Bush and his administration always question others patriotism. If critized, they come up with how the troops are being sent the wrong message.

Mr. President, what message are you sending the troops when they dont hear from you about the conditions at
Walter Reed

What message are you sending when you allow your administration to put the blame on the Pentagon?

You say that you are for us and not against us... why dont YOU start showing us, by doing something more then letting your administration find others in the government to blame during your watch!

What say you America?

Thursday, February 22, 2007


President Bush was forced to admit unambiguously that Saddam Hussein had no WMDs and the intelligence they touted on that issue was wrong.

From Douglas J. Feith, Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz and Vice President Cheney's false information and all of them insisting that there was a clear relationship between Saddam Hussein and al-Qaida, was just a lie...but why did they do this?

The neoconservative think-tank (PNAC), Project for the New American Century writes a blueprint for the creation of a global Pax Americana. The document, entitled Rebuilding America's Defenses: Strategies, Forces and Resources for a New Century, was written for the Bush team even before the 2000 Presidential election.

We have heard a lot of reasons from the Republican talking heads, but only President Bush can give us the truth as to why over 3000 American men and women have died in Iraq.

Only this President can tell us why we are in Iraq, right?

What say you America?

Tuesday, February 20, 2007


I have been thinking about useing this photo as my new cover called, "My time is over". The thing is I can't remember what site I got it from.

Thursday, February 15, 2007


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I was watching c-span and I heard a woman talk about how she loved her President and he could do nothing wrong.

I thought maybe she didn't know this President that she loves so well has plans to cut funding for veterans health care two years from now.

Then again, maybe she's OK with that...she's not over there fighting or feeling what the injured veterans feel.

I thought maybe she had a son or daughter fighting in Iraq, but she didn't mention any family in Iraq. She only talked about how she supports him and the war that he caused.

The critics say, Bush is using the cuts to help fulfill his pledge to balance the budget by 2012.

The cuts come even as the number of veterans from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars is expected to increase 26 percent next year.

It's scary that this man can start a war, then use the poor and middle class to fight the war. Cut the funding to help the injured from this war and say he's for us.

Help me out America, I know that I'm not the smartest man out here, so what is it that I'm not understanding about this President?

Monday, February 12, 2007


For close up click picture to enlarge

I've talked about the new home I had built last year. Well I found a picture that was taken last September, a month before I moved in.

Notice the damage to the garage door and on the leftside of the house near the basement entrance, there's an AC unit that's not working properly.

I look back on this now and thank God that I started and finished this project, based on how much pain I suffered with the two (2), deaths in my life in 06.

My oldest son moved out and got his own home, a few months before I moved into my new home.

I thought he would stay in the old house, but that was not to be. Just recently he married and is doing great. He and his wife was at the house Saturday, which made me happy.

After he and I talked, I know now not to look for any new babies running around no time soon.

Speaking of babies, my youngest son who just turned 15 last month seems to think the basement belongs to him. There's a game room located down there with his name on it, well at least he thinks so.

I just thought I would get away from the politics for a moment and just let you know where I'm at right now.

Be safe America and may God bless you all.

Sunday, February 11, 2007


I've visited a lot of Atheists site recently and they all dismiss Jesus and God.

I have a question for all Atheists:

How did the Universe create an ideal world for intelligent life to appear and evolve with no other such world like it in existence?


Say hello to my new renter Observing Hermann..., and dont forget to pay him a visit!

Friday, February 09, 2007


I was reading about the Origins of the World from The Nag Hammadi Library it sounds alot like what I've read in the Bible, Ezekiel 1 1-28.

After reading the Gnostics view of GOD, then reading what the Bible says no wonder there's Atheists.

At Alter Net there's a post about the new book by Jack Huberman called The Quotable Atheist: Ammunition for Nonbelievers, Political Junkies, Gadflies, and Those Generally Hell-Bound.

It's about collected powerful quotations against organized religion and belief in God from figures such as Richard Dawkins, Phyllis Diller, Frederick Douglass, Michael Moore, Katha Pollitt, and yes, Jerry Falwell.

"My aim in compiling The Quotable Atheist was to heal our broken planet, essentially by eliminating the religious part. Not with nuclear weapons or lesser acts of mass murder, no -- that's the religious style, nowadays, in certain quarters -- but through argument, persuasion, and most of all (since I know perfectly well that argument is utterly useless against dumb, blind faith, and just wanted to pay it lip service), the steady application of powerfully abrasive ridicule which will slowly but surely erode away the offending continent. I'm serious. Do I really believe this book will convert believers and turn them from the path of self-righteousness to the path of righteousness?"

You will have to go to Alter Net or buy the book to read anymore.

I find it very confusing when Atheists claim that there's no God, then they say that maybe Albert Einstein was one of them, an atheist.

That's interesting, I was at the hospital the other day and for some strange reason during my exam, the doctor and I got into a discussion about death and God.

He brought up the fact that Albert Einstein believed in a divine Being and the dicussion went from there.

See Albert Einstein "At first, then, instead of asking what religion is I should prefer to ask what characterizes the aspirations of a person who gives me the impression of being religious: a person who is religiously enlightened appears to me to be one who has, to the best of his ability, liberated himself from the fetters of his selfish desires and is preoccupied with thoughts, feelings, and aspirations to which he clings because of their superpersonalvalue. It seems to me that what is important is the force of this superpersonal content and the depth of the conviction concerning its overpowering meaningfulness, regardless of whether any attempt is made to unite this content with a divine Being, for otherwise it would not be possible to count Buddha and Spinoza as religious personalities. Accordingly, a religious person is devout in the sense that he has no doubt of the significance and loftiness of those superpersonal objects and goals which neither require nor are capable of rational foundation. They exist with the same necessity and matter-of-factness as he himself. In this sense religion is the age-old endeavor of mankind to become clearly and completely conscious of these values and goals and constantly to strengthen and extend their effect. If one conceives of religion and science according to these definitions then a conflict between them appears impossible. For science can only ascertain what is, but not what should be, and outside of its domain value judgments of all kinds remain necessary. Religion, on the other hand, deals only with evaluations of human thought and action: it cannot justifiably speak of facts and relationships between facts. According to this interpretation the well-known conflicts between religion and science in the past must all be ascribed to a misapprehension of the situation which has been described."

In other words, just as ,Baruch Spinoza believed God was Nature/Universe, good old Albert believed that there was something as did Spinoza.

Spinoca said Substance cannot be caused.
Proof: Something can only be caused by something which is similar to itself, in other words something that shares its attribute. But according to premise 2, no two substances can share an attribute. Therefore substance cannot be caused.
Substance is infinite.

So to Jack Huberman I'ld say, beyond the quotes everything is brought on, meaning wars and disagreements in this world today not because of religion, but because and about money.

God is fact and that's all to it. Just look at the point that all are waiting for this Country to start Stem Cell research.

We've just learned that extracted fat tissue through liposuction that don't require cultivation can produce 28 million cells that can be use for any number of things to cure man of just about anything.

Then there's other stem cells that repair damaged joints with patient's own stem cells called Three-dimensional fabric "scaffold" which repair cartilage damage in any joint.

So dont tell me that there's no GOD.
Timothy 3:1-17

Wednesday, February 07, 2007


It seems that every American is sitting on hold, just waiting to see if Humpty Dumpty will have a great fall!

What's the problem America? Why can't you see that not his Vice President nor the Senate Republicans will be able to put King George back together again.

Have you heard how his no plan in the Iraq war cause 363 tons of bills, by the pallet load passed out from the back of pickup trucks wasted a lot of our tax dollars.

Now he has the nerve to aske Congress to approve $700 billion in new military spending -- much of it for the Iraq war.

Then he has the nerve to decrease medicare and medicade, after throwing away $12 billion dollars. Come on America, what do we the people do about this?

Then to make matters worse, old Humpty warned that even more money for Iraq could be needed, as he unveiled a $2.9 trillion budget request for fiscal 2008.

Needed for what? Another truck load of give aways.

What say you America?

Monday, February 05, 2007


Thanks to President Bush, his Administration, the Republican House and Senate, the Conservative radio and Television media and lastly you die hard Republican Party with the Evangelical Christians. We are in a War that we can not get out of.

A war that you all planned, cheered, talked and lied for. According to the National Intelligence Council, We cannot leave Iraq. They suggest if we pull our troops out, it would cause or draw Iraq neighbors into this mess that this President and company caused.

Just how do we get out of this now? Do we just turn tail and run as most conservative blogs say Democrats are talking about doing?

Stop with the same old mess that Democrats voted to allow this President to go to war at his pleasure. The Democrats, like all of the House and Senate was lied to by this Administration.

What can be done when you have a President not hearing what others are telling him about this civil war. What can be done when you have conservative radio, television and blogs telling people that this President is right and we who speak out are sending some kind of crazy message to our troops.

Give me a break and you Republicans and Evangelical Christians should wake up and see this mess for what it is! A big mistake, born from a lie from whatever reason our President got us into.

What say you America?

Saturday, February 03, 2007


Say hello to my new renter SUNFLOWER, and dont forget to pay her a visit!


Well folks I think that I'm back to my blogspot. I tried to write a few months ago and nothing was there.
I've almost recovered from my surgery from last year, the death of my friend in New York and the death of my Uncle. Well I dont think that those deaths have set well with me yet.
I'm in the Home that I had built in October and I was lucky to rent my old home out to a nice single Mother with three (3), kids.
I've started to read a lot of other Blogs and I see that nothing has changed much with those Conservatives, who still think that our President is the best thing that could happen for this Country.
I'll be here if you need a touch up on this President and his true side. Remember I can see right through him. So Let's Talk!

Friday, February 02, 2007


On Thursday the Senate voted a 94-3 vote to passed an increase in the minimum wage from $5.15 to $7.25 an hour over two years. The bill will also consist of extended small business tax cuts, close off some corporate tax loopholes and rein in executive compensation.

Because of this the House Democrats are insisting that the tax provisions be removed. Our President has warned "I strongly encourage the House to support this combined minimum wage increase and small business tax relief," Why all the fuss?

According to the The Washington Post the bill would extend for five years a tax credit for businesses that hire the disadvantaged and would provide expensing and depreciation advantages to small companies, including retailers that own their own stores. The tax breaks would be paid for by closing loopholes on offshore tax shelters, by capping deferred compensation payments to corporate executives and by removing the deductibility of punitive damage payments and fines.

I can't see anything wrong with this bill, so why are the Democrats being so pickie on this?