Saturday, May 27, 2006
They come to work hard and have a better life -part II
Six years is too long
You sure can get out of touch with the people when you only need to fight for your job once every six years.
The Senate (including our Honorable Gordon Smith) has betrayed America yet again!
Defazio to the rescue? Thank the maker for the House!!
NO STEALTH AMNESTY EVER!!!
Friday, May 26, 2006
They only come to work hard and have a better life.
Three arrested in Cowlitz County drug bust
Agents located bulk quantities of cocaine, heroin and meth - most of which had not yet been cut or packaged.
Five bucks say these three guys have an ICE hold.
Thursday, May 25, 2006
Those fine young brownshirts from the Bus Project will have a picnic at Irving Park, Sunday June 4 at 2:30 pm:
"Jesus would have led the charge for payday loan reform.^^ He was a true people-centered activist.
Further evidence: Faith-based and community-based progressives are joining forces for a Bus Trip to Lane County. On Sunday, June 4th, whether or not you hit church in the morning, come on out for the first 2006 Bus Trip to Lane County. Our fun will begin with a BBQ, a couple frisbees, and some certified fancy people. We’ll go out and canvass for Senator Vicki Walker and Chris Edwards before heading home."
DeFuzzy One Supports Terrorists
Well, not only does he spend taxpayers money sending out oversized newsletters full of lies, he also votes on the same side as Hamas. (1 of 37, can you say "out of touch"?) Check this press release from our next Congressman, Jim Feldkamp:
For Immediate Release Contact: Jennifer Gaskill
May 25, 2006 Office Number: 541.607.6614
FELDKAMP DENOUNCES DEFAZIO VOTE ON HR 4681
EUGENE- Jim Feldkamp, candidate for Oregon’s 4th Congressional District denounced opponent Congressman Peter DeFazio’s vote today against H.R. 4681, the Palestinian Anti-Terrorism Act of 2006. The legislation will restrict U.S. funding to the Hamas-led Palestine Authority until Hamas abandons terrorism and accepts the existence of Israel. Despite DeFazio’s vote, the bill passed overwhelmingly 361 to 37.
“I see this as a vote for Hamas, a designated terrorist organization,” Feldkamp said. “Mr. DeFazio may try to equivocate when explaining his vote, but he has shown that rather than get tough in the face of terrorism he would prefer these groups be allowed to continue their deadly practices.”
“The U.S. cannot afford to support any government that endorses, condones, or engages in terrorist activities. I applaud Congress for sending this message today, and am not at all surprised that Peter DeFazio would come up short when faced with the strength of resolve. It would seem the Congressman fails to understand the reality of global terrorism."
Sunday, May 21, 2006
SO MANY LIES...
...Da' Foz can't fit it on normal 8x11 stock!
I just got the Honorable Congressman DeFazio's 11x17 inch, four page, screed against productivity that he calls a quarterly newsletter. I can only wonder how much it cost the taxpayers to print this garbage, and send a copy to every address in his district?
You can see a copy here
Every paragraph, every caption and title, is so wonderfully "fisk-able" that I don't know where to begin.
Alas, it's only stored online as a graphic file, I am unable to cut and paste parts of it. I will simply disagree on two main points.
THERE IS NO RIGHT TO HEALTHCARE!!!
HIGH OIL PRICES EFFING ROCK!!!!
Saturday, May 20, 2006
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I don't hate all bicyclists, but let's just say they're all guilty until proven innocent,(as far as I'm concerned) and the execution is scheduled for dawn. Tickets my rump! Lock those "activists" up for the weekend and give their bikes to Saint Vincent's.
What IS their legal status? Are they operating a vehicle on a public thoroughfare? Are they pedestrians? Do they shift from one status to another as they please? They certainly don't seem to know or care.
Does a week go by when my little wife isn't frightened off the sidewalk by some smug yuppie on his fancy Italian racing bike? Nope! Did the laws and consequences of physics get suspended so that guy (you know who you are..)can shoot off of the Amazon bike trail, across east 18th, and onto High street every morning? Nope, the good will and restraint of motorists are the only things that keep him from being a stain on the pavement. What about that stoned hippie who crosses the intersection at 29th and Willamette WITH A BABY!?!?!? He just rides against traffic and hopes for the best!
You know those road racers who dress up in the funny silks and goggles? They look like a bunch of fancy goldfish! Just look at them with their mouths popping open and shut. Ridiculous!
Grow the hell up and leave the toys at home, people! I've got a job to get to!
Friday, May 19, 2006
Our only partridge
Wednesday, May 17, 2006
The best, nay, the only way to build better government is to build better citizens. Clearly there is lots of work ahead of us.
See you on the water.
Tuesday, May 16, 2006
5 grams of attitude
The Decline and Fall of the Republican Party
If you don't subscribe to Cato's Letter, you should. It's free so go here and do it. (but please send the institute some money when and if you can.)
I always thought Tucker Carlson was just another suit on cable, but he truly is one of the fold! His essay in this spring's letter will stir debate for years to come:
"What went wrong with the Republican Party?
That is a really tragic question. I do not actually
consider myself much of a Republican, so
I am not necessarily disappointed. But I am still a little
bit shocked by what has happened in the last 11 years
to this party that had such promise. How did this
administration—which is, in the shorthand of the
media, a sort of right-wing, small-government, tearit-
all-down, cryptolibertarian administration—get
to be, in fact, an administration that is in almost
every single way as liberal as Bill Clinton’s administration?
How did that happen?"
Monday, May 15, 2006
Get those ballots in!
"The penalty good men pay
for indifference to public affairs,
is to be ruled by evil men."
Saturday, May 13, 2006
Jason and Mo'
The 25th has come and gone, and I've done all I can to convince betrayed Democrats to switch parties and vote for Mr. Atkinson.
I'm going to take a walk down the street and chat with the guy who has a Saxton sign in his yard. Maybe I can change his mind.
With every grassroots organization behind Atkinson, I'm fairly confident that the primary is ours, and then, a win in November.
Either that, or four more years of sleepy, ineffectual Ted. I could handle that too.
Hanging out with chicks
An old bit of farmers wisdom states that if a chick can't hatch out by itself, it simply won't survive. I tested it four times, and it's true.
I tend to associate experiences in my life with either Bible verses, or movies. -I know what you're thinking, but I mentioned this to a Psychiatrist once, and she didn't think I should worry.
Nonetheless, I was chatting with the nice chicken lady about a chick that didn't want to hatch.
At first I thought about that movie where that little boy doesn't want to be born, and the angel has to convince him. On Wednesday, I very carefully removed the shell from around him, and hand watered and fed him for most of the evening. He very much wanted to be with the other chicks, and was holding his own when I went to bed.
As things progressed, I began to think of another movie. When I got home Thursday evening, I found two of the larger and healthier chicks freshly dead. My little patient was guarding the food dish, and beating the crap out of anyone who tried to eat.
I put him back in his own brooder.
There was this made for TV movie that I saw when I was twelve: A wealthy couple had lost a child to some cancer or another, and they had him frozen while they generously funded research for a cure.
A cure is finally discovered, and the boy gets thawed out and cured. However, as we all discover later, his soul is already gone! He spends the rest of the movie mentally tormenting priests and then murdering them.
I came home Friday to find the anti-quail having seizures. His little brain appeared swollen. He died about two hours later.
Tuesday, May 09, 2006
Sunday, May 07, 2006
Friday, May 05, 2006
Fleenor Ignores Property Rights
More of Mr. Bill's escapades make the news. This letter appeared in this weeks issue of the Tri-County News:
Permission not given for sign postings
I was dismayed to drive by my property on Hwy. 126 to see campaign signs everywhere all along my property for someone named Bill Fleenor. I didn't know who he was and certainly hadn't given permission to him to put signs there. The signs ore gone. I took them down. I am calming down and have spent some time thinking about this. I question the integrity of someone who is so focused on himself that he: 1) disregards my private property rights 2) breaks the law and trespasses and 3) knows it is wrong and does it anyway. This is not the kind of person we need representing us on the County Board. In fact, we should make sure he doesn't ge elected.
Now, this seems to be a pattern of behavior for Mr. Bill. Ingore the rules because winning is the most important thing.
Elect someone with integrity, knowledge and experience. Elect Anna Morrison.
Wednesday, May 03, 2006
Fleenor accused of offering bribe!
Okay, I now have the full story. The following letter to the editor has been sent to the Siuslaw News:
This has been emailed to the Siuslaw News...
A MATTER OF INTEGRITY
Integrity is always was one of the most important
qualities I look for when I decide who to vote for in
any election. This year, the election for county
commissioner is extremely important and the choice is
clear. Anna Morrison has unquestioned intergrity and
has been an upstanding citizen in our community for
many years. Her opponent Beill Fleenor, however, has
run a negative, hurtful campaign that even stooped so
low as to including me as one of his supporter in an
advertisment, when I had not given consent. At that
point I had the paper put a retraction. I was then
bombarded with phone calls from Fleenor and his
wife,and even a note left on my gate. the last straw
was when he phoned me the following day and offered me
money not to run the retraction. There is no need for
a change on the County's Board of Commissioner because
Anna Morrison has been a superb representative for us
and I am sure she will continue to work hard is she is
Ralph "Bud" Saulsgiver
I also have eye witness accounts of Bill Fleenor posting his campaign signs illegally in public right of ways. I guess we should expect that kind of behavior from a long time Democrat recently turned "Independant". The ends justify means. Do you want this guy holding the budget purse strings of Lane County?
Tuesday, May 02, 2006
Big News Coming!
Stealing a phrase from Coyote over at NW Republican, "Big News Coming!" I can't reveal all yet but a certain candidate for Lane County Commissioner with the initials BF may have an endorsement problem, like using someone's name without permission. My sources tell me the R-G is currently investigating, I should have more later, Stay tuned! As Coyote would say, "Yip! Yip!"
Monday, May 01, 2006
Boze's Election Picks for Non-Partisan Races
Okay, for all of you small government, rule of law, free market loving individuals, here are my picks for some of the Lane County races:
East Lane County Commissioner - Faye Stewart
West Lane County Commissioner - Anna Morrison
Maintaining a business friendly majority on the County Commission is THE SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT ISSUE in Lane County. Why do you think the Eugene Weekly and the Bus Project are going all out to knock of Anna? Because with only five members, one vote swings the pendulum back to the SMUG Growth, central planning, Prius driving socialist. (Did anyone else see that episode of South Park?)
In other races:
Lane Circuit Court Judge - Bev Anderson (The only candidate that talks about not legislating from the bench, and the only R)
Lane County Assessor - Gary Cook
Eugene City Council Ward 6 Jennifer Solomon
Oregon Supreme Court - Jack Roberts (One of the smartest men I have ever met and a friend of the Constitution (and an R))
State Superintendant of Schools - Deb Andrews (When Castillo ran she praised CIM/CAM, she has finally had to do what Rob Kramer said when he ran against her and kill CIM/CAM. Anybody but Suzanne. Deb has some great experience in another state that makes her the more qualified non-union endorsed candidate.)
Disclaimer: These are the picks of BOZE, the other contributers to this blog were not consulted.
Inbox-y goodness for May day
I found this bit of wisdom in the inbox today. It's from a friend who happens to be a "lunchpail" Democrat. (Who also showed up for work today!):
I think we should all send a copy of this letter to everyone in Washington D.C.!!
Think about it!!!
Dear President Bush:
I'm about to plan a little vacation for my family and extended family, and I would like to ask you to assist me. I'm going to walk across the border from the U.S. into Mexico and I need to make a few arrangements. I know you can help with this.
I plan to skip all the legal stuff like visas, passports, immigration quotas and laws. I'm sure they handle those things there the same way you do here.
So would you mind telling your buddy, President Vicente Fox, that I'm on my way over? Please let him know that I will be expecting the following:
1. Free medical care for my entire family.
2. English speaking government bureaucrats for all services I might need, whether I use them or not.
3. All government forms need to be printed in English.
4. I want my kids to be taught by English-speaking teachers.
5. Schools need to include classes on American culture and history.
6. I want my kids to see the American flag flying on the top of the flag pole at their school with the Mexican flag flying lower down.
7. Please plan to feed my kids at schoold for both breakfast and lunch.
8. I will need a local Mexican drivers license so I can get easy access to government services.
9. I do not plan to have any car insurance, and I won't make any effort to learn local traffic laws.
10. In case one of the Mexican police officers does not get the memo from Pres. Fox to leave me alone, please be sure that all police officers speak English.
11. I plan to fly the U.S. flag from my house top, put flag decals on my car and have a gigantic celebration on July 4th. I do not want any complaints or negative comments from the locals.
12. I would also like to have a nice job without paying any taxes, and don't enforce any labor laws or tax laws.
13. Please tell all the people in the country to be extremely nice and never say a critical word about me, or about the strain I might place on the economy.
I know this is an easy request because you already do all these things for all the people who come to the U.S. from Mexico. I am sure that Pres. Fox won't mind returning the favor if you ask him nicely.
However, if he gives you any trouble, just invite him to go quail hunting with your V.P.
Thank you so very much for your kind help.