Friday, August 18, 2017

It's Time To Take A Break

I was travelling I-70 toward Indianapolis on my way to Minnesota. I've been listening to Rush Limbaugh since 1989 as I was today. The man is more than brilliant.

Then it hit my me. I'm sick of the people who are tying to destroy this country. The BLM people. The antifa crown. The George Soros funded grounds of which there are hundreds.

Call me a loser if you will but I can't take it any longer. The media is crazy. They're after the KKK of which there are less than 8,000 members. They're a joke. Meaningless if you will.

We're in big trouble and it's all due to liberal colleges and their professors, liberal grade and high schools. Hollywood money is at the heart of the problem. Get on line and check out the goals of the American Communist Party from 1954 and their goals for this country. These clowns are doing a hell of a good job.

Folks, we're in big trouble.

'll be at the lake fishing and enjoying my wife. Thank you.

Trump Fails

Thursday, August 17, 2017

If Anyone Thinks CNN Is Sane They Should Be Euthanized

On Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Wolf,” anchor Wolf Blitzer stated that there will be questions about whether the Barcelona terror attack was a copycat of the Charlottesville, Virginia car attack.
Breitbart

The Irony Of It All

When Did Trump Become A Racist

Back in the late 1990s,  1998 to be precise, Donald Trump was lauded by the Rev. Jesse Jackson as a friend to minorities and underserved communities.
“Jesse Jackson thinks Donald Trump is a champion of minority empowerment. Or at least he used to before the turn of the millennium,” The Daily Caller, which unearthed the video embedded below, explained.
Jackson expressed appreciation for Trump’s support of the Rainbow Push Coalition’s initiative called the Wall Street Project, which among other things aims to help minority-owned companies access business opportunities on Wall Street and, at the time, help minorities gain a foothold in the construction industry.
A lifelong Democrat, Jesse Jackson endorsed Hillary Clinton in June, saying that voters can trust her.
At a Wall Street Project conference in 1998, Jackson had this to say about Donald Trump.
“I do want to express thanks to you Donald Trump for being with us tonight. We need your building skills, your gusto…for people on Wall Street to represent diversity.”
Trump then took the podium to describe the success of minority hiring in the construction field.
“A large percentage of the people, and especially in construction, that are building these great jobs are black and minorities, and I’m very proud of it. We have close to 25 percent, and I think the number is going up. They do a great job. There are no better builders than we have in New York, and a big percentage of that is black and minority folks, so I just want to thank everyone in the room for being here…”

But guess what. Jackson endorsed Hillary for president. He stated his thinking had evolved. It's the same old story with these losers.

I'd Go To Another Stall

Golf And Other Stuff

I went golfing with my good friend yesterday. I've sort of given up the game of actual playing since in the last couple of years I've become terrible. Mostly, I go to my driving range at The Heritage Golf Club trying to figure out my problems. This is silly because how can one figure out what they're doing wrong if they they happen to be clueless?

Anyway, my friend is a good guy. He's 6'7", sixty years old, weighs 225 and is buff in his physique. He hit a 3 word 275 yards. I can't hit my driver 240 but he puts up with me. Did I mention he's a Black man?

We were on hole number 14 which, by the way, I did par. I said, "Jeffy, I sure am glad there was slavery in this country." He responded with, "Why would you say that"?. And I came back with, "If we didn't have slavery I'd have never met you". And he laughed.

About the car slaughter in Barcelona today: I'm leaving for our lake place in northern Minnesota.  The way I figure is my chances of an ISIS dude running me down are better than even. If it does occur then you'll know I'm a real loser.

Today, this afternoon actually, I was at my golf club about to hit the range when the thunder began to clap and lightening bolts painted the sky so I started the trek back home. On the way I drove past the Avery Road golf driving range. The skies had opened and the monsoon was in full force. One lone sole was still out on the grass trying to hone his game. My hero!