Building Bridges

  • Kneeling or sitting during the national anthem

I don’t agree with “professional” athletes sitting or kneeling during the national anthem.  I also changed my stance and don’t agree that players who protest should be fired or banned from the sport for doing so.  

However, I do believe that if I were an owner of one of these so-called “professional” sports franchises, I would force every player on the team to volunteer for one or two hours a week at a Veterans Hospital or a rehabilitation center for those who have lost a limb while in the line of service.  

I believe this service to our wounded veterans would help to build a bridge between the over-paid athletes who get paid a lot of money who fight for nothing and the veterans who don’t get paid nearly enough to protect the sovereignty of this great nation and fought for everything.  

Consequently, if any player, regardless of talent or contract, refused or did not fulfill the quota of one to two hours of volunteer service at a Veterans Hospital or rehab facility, that player would never see any playing time and might be traded away or released from their contract. 


  • Building a Wall Between Mexico and the USA

(please note that the topic is “building the wall” NOT illegal immigration. That’s another beast of which I choose not to delve at this time.)

I don’t agree with building a wall between Mexico and the USA.  I think walls are a bad idea because they create division and make people feel trapped or secluded.  

However, I do believe in building bridges and the only way to build bridges between the USA and Mexico is to dig a very large, very deep, very long canal from the gulf of Mexico to the Gulf of California, then from the Gulf of California to the Pacific Ocean.

The canal wouldn’t have to follow the border.  

If done correctly, it would begin near South Padre Island, cut through to the Rio Grande, turn North to Nuevo Laredo, Piedras Negras and Ciudad Acuna, then west to the Big Bend National Park, Northwest to El Paso where it would then cut west across the New Mexico and Arizona borders until it reached Nogales, where it would then cut through Mexico to reach the Gulf of California.

A second canal would then be created through Baja California.  

Playa Hawaii and Colonet are possible entry and exit points.

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Yes, this is an impossible task…but so was defeating Nazi Germany, getting a plane off the ground, the Panama Canal, going to the moon and returning, Hoover dam, stealth bombers and … dare I say it…computers.  

What I’m saying here is that everything is impossible until someone does it.  The will and ingenuity of humankind is amazing.  

Therefore, consider all the jobs this canal would create.  The machinery and manpower it would take to complete such a monumental task.  The bridges that could be built. The shipping channels, the resorts, the commerce that could be created if people would just embrace an impossible challenge and work together to make it a reality.  

I’m reminded of the words of former U.S. President John F Kennedy who said in his speech to Congress regarding space travel, “These are extraordinary times, and we face an extraordinary challenge.  Our strengths as well as our convictions have imposed upon this nation the role of leader in freedom’s cause.”  

And I believe that role has never ceased to exist.  This is why former U.S. President Ronald Reagan stood firm in his belief that, “We in the West stand ready to cooperate with the East to promote true openness, to break down barriers that separate people, to create a safe, freer world.”

And the very reason that he recited those those unforgettable words: “General Secretary Gorbachev, if you seek peace, if you seek prosperity for the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, if you seek liberalization: Come here to this gate! Mr. Gorbachev, open this gate! Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!”

Therefore, if we, The United States of America, truly are the leader in freedom’s cause, then why would we as a nation ever want to build barriers that we so desperately seek to break down for other nations? 

My dear followers, similar to the hopes and belief of John F. Kennedy, who desired to send man to outer space and have him return, as well as those hopes and beliefs of former President Ronald Reagan who desired that the former Soviet Union tear down the barriers of oppression; I too hope and believe that jobs can be created, commerce can be improved and bridges can be built with the completion of a canal between two great nations of the world: Mexico and the United States.  

I’ll close with these words from Ronald Reagan:

“As I looked out a moment ago from the Reichstag, that embodiment of German unity, I noticed words crudely spray-painted upon the wall, perhaps by a young Berliner: “This wall will fall. Beliefs become reality.” Yes, across Europe, this wall will fall. For it cannot withstand faith; it cannot withstand truth. The wall cannot withstand freedom.”

It’s pathetic to think otherwise. 

Click >Ronald Reagan’s Speech< to hear.

Click >John F. Kennedy Speech< to hear.


I’m Forming a New Anti-Hate Group…


I’ve decided to start a new group that will be focused on eliminating hate forever.  I call it, “Haters Against Hating Against Haters Against Hating Abominations” 

For short, we’ll just refer to it as:  HAHAHAHA.

One Nation…

On April 1, 2017 the United States of America took drastic measures to fix their illegal immigration problem.  

This morning Donald Trump signed into law the “New World Order Act” that will allow the United States of America to be the first nation in the world to abolish their borders and recognize every human on Earth as a citizen of the United States of America whether they like it or not.  

By overwhelming congressional support the measure passed unanimously in both the House and Senate, with Hawaiian Senator, Mazie Hirono, being the only Senator to abstain because, like much of the world, she was overly consumed with a streaming video of a pregnant giraffe.  

When asked about abstaining on a measure that would likely piss off every country around the world, Senator Hirono said, “I don’t care about borders!  But I do care about expectant mothers, therefore, I believe I speak for all the birthing mothers of the world when I say, ‘April…we know what you’re going through…labor is difficult, but hang in there, girl!'”

The abrupt passing and signing of this measure into law now means that, according to the USA, sovereign countries no longer exist and every nation around the world has now become a single state within the USA.  

This also means that every single person in the world is now subject to the laws of the United States as well as all governmental oversight.  

Education, Healthcare, Welfare, Childcare, Social Security. . .all of which will now be monitored on a global scale out of Washington D.C.  

“Every person in the world will now be monitored by the Departments of Education, HHS, Homeland security, the CIA, FBI and also taxed by the IRS,” said out going White House Deputy Chief of Staff, Katie Walsh.  

While discussing her up coming vacation she also added, “and we feel this measure will provide an avenue for citizens everywhere to freely shop, travel, play, frolic, skip and hula-hoop anywhere around the world without having to worry about customs or carrying those crappy passports.”   

House Democratic minority leader, Nancy Pelosi, had this to say; “Today, the people of the world have a chance to understand what it’s like to be an American citizen. We’re now one. . .big. . .happy. . .family!!” 

However, many leaders around the world didn’t share the same opinions.  

In response to the bill passed by the United States the Russian Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, issued this statement on behalf of his country,

“We, the Russian Federation, feel it necessary to inform the world that because of these measures taken by the United States of America We, the Russian Federation, have decided to abolish our borders and consume every nation as a part of Russian pride.  As of this very second, all the nations of the world, including the USA and all its territories, are hereby a part of the People’s Republic of the Russian Empire.  

Ironically and strangely enough, within minutes of Donald Trump signing the New World Order Act into law countries around the world began to follow suit.  All passing similar measures that removed their borders and declared every person around the world a new citizen of their very own country.  

It should be mentioned, however, that for various reasons Germany, France, Japan and Switzerland have all chosen not to make any decisions on their borders until taking time to discuss the issue in length.  

When asked whether or not he considered these other nations as a threat, POTUS Donald Trump said, “We won’t back down. We will fight and we will win, thank you!

Does my hair look okay?  No…seriously, does my hair look okay?… no?  yes?  thumbs up?  thumbs down? ….anybody? … my hair? . . . does it look good?  … … … looks good?

Okay.  Thank you.”





Hypocritical Perfection

“I think there is no doubt that when any foreign government tries to impact the integrity of our elections … we need to take action,” — Barack Obama (Dec 2016)

Really?  Well, I find that to be pathetically hypocritical since…

“State officials testified at a congressional hearing this week that undocumented immigrants granted amnesty under President Barack Obama’s executive orders can illegally register and vote in elections, The Washington Times reported.  The officials said that the driver’s licenses and Social Security numbers aliens will be granted under new federal regulations delaying deportations for millions of illegals have created a major voting loophole.”  – Newsmax Friday, 13 Feb 2015

Barack Obama will go down as the only U.S. President to perfect talking out of his ass and both sides of his mouth at the same time.  

Why the Electoral College Works


Here in the United States we use something called the Electoral college to choose our President.

Each state has a certain number of persons who are called “electors” that make up the Electoral College.  They are supposed to cast their vote based on the results of the overall vote count in their state.  

Contrary to popular belief, the popular vote actually does come into play, just not in the way most people would like it to, and for that reason the electoral college gets a bad rap.  

Some say that it’s outdated, others claim that it’s confusing, unfair or that it should be done away with completely; but I don’t agree because I believe that the electoral college was originally devised and well suited to its purpose.  

What purpose is that, you ask?  It’s three-fold.  

1) To make sure that states with a large population wouldn’t dominate the outcome of every Presidential election.

2) That every single state, no matter the population, would have a voice in who was elected president of the United States of America.


3) That candidates would be forced to campaign in every single state and not just a select few that would give them the popular vote.  

And, my dear cattle, Number Three is where Hillary Clinton pathetically failed in her campaign and where Donald Trump pathetically succeeded.  

Because even though Hillary had 670,000+ more overall total votes than Donald Trump . . . Trump actually won the popular vote in more states: Trump – 31 versus Clinton – 19,  which means, that the Electoral College succeeded in fulfilling purpose #1, purpose #2 and yes, even purpose #3.

Basically, the electoral college comes down to this:  Win more states, win the presidency.  Lose more states . . . well. . . I think you get the point.

If it were up to the Overall popular vote count alone, states like California, Florida, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Texas would dominate the elections and the candidates would only campaign in those states where they know they would receive the most votes.  

Conversely, smaller populated states like Wyoming, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Idaho and Montana would be left out completely.

I know there are a lot of pathetic followers jumping on the bandwagon of electoral college outdatedness and who think the electoral college is a bad thing; heck, even Donald Trump thinks so . . . or he thought so, I’m not sure at this point . . . but either way the fact still remains, the more populous states shouldn’t have a greater influence in who gets elected and the electoral college works for that very reason!!

Every single state should have a voice!  

With that said…I want to add this:  I did not vote for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, but IF those individuals who cast a vote in the electoral college don’t or won’t vote the way the citizens in their respective states directed them to vote, then it should be considered an act of treachery against what these United States stand for:  a nation of the people, by the people and for the people . . .  and that pathetic act of casting a vote against the citizen’s wishes should be considered an act of treason.  

Just my pathetic two cents

Crying and Politics


Here’s a pathetic tidbit that I for one didn’t expect to read.  

I happened upon a pathetic report on Newsmax, stating that Hillarity Clinton “couldn’t stop crying” once she learned of her loss to Donald “asshat” Trump on Tuesday.  

Here’s the condensed version:  

“Best-selling conservative author Ed Klein told Newsmax TV on Wednesday that he heard from a close friend of Hillary Clinton that she “couldn’t stop crying” after learning of her loss to Donald Trump on Tuesday night.  

“About 6:30 Wednesday morning she called an old friend.  She was crying . . . inconsolably.  She just couldn’t stop crying.  It was even hard to understand what she was saying, she was crying so hard.”

“Eventually,” he continued, “her friend said she could make out that she was blaming James Comey for her loss and the President of the United States for not doing enough.”

Boy howdy did I have her pictured all wrong!  

Personally, that night I pictured her pouring a shot of whiskey, lighting up a Cuban cigar and asking one of her lackeys to rub her feet and shoulders while she slowly slipped away into whatever pathetic nightmarish world she can summon.   

Someone really should have told her that there’s no crying in politics.  

And what’s even more pathetic is that in the midst of that crying she apparently blamed everyone else but herself for the loss.

The fact that Hillary didn’t (or doesn’t) consider that she has only herself to blame for losing to an Ass-hat is really pathetic, and kinda makes me think even less of her than I already do.  

Disclaimer:  I question the validity of the Newsmax story, but for the sake of humor I went ahead and posted this.