Hey Romney, I can’t understand why young Americans would vote for Barack Obama either.

Daniel Blatt, over at Gay Patriot, posted this video.

The first thing I will mention is that it’s moments of this type, the no non-sense “what are you thinking?” “sorry if I’m offending you, but” sort of attitude, that really re-affirm my decision to support him in the primary and the upcoming election. (Because, please, we all know he’s going to get the nomination.)

Secondly, he’s absolutely right.

Money doesn’t grow on trees. (Seriously, it doesn’t. Even the material isn’t paper, it’s made from a blend of cotton and linen.)

So what is my generation expecting? That all of these programs and plans for our parents (and grandparents) generation are going to remain for our generation? So we will continue to rack up trillions of dollars of deficit, continue borrowing from China (thanks to Castle for pointing out, this season, how that could go HORRIBLY AWFULLY wrong at the drop of a hat.), just so we can let the government form a cradle to grave mentality?

Higher taxes won’t fix this. (We could confiscate the wealth of every “rich” person in this country and it still wouldn’t make a dent in our current deficit, not the mention the continued spending and the programs that my generation [hello there Sandra Fluke] would like to institute.)

More regulation won’t fix this. (Guess what happens then, the companies go somewhere else and make some other country successful.)

The only thing that will fix this is to cut spending and re-evaluate why so many people in my generation (and others) are shouting “please will you fix it for me?”* to the government.

This is NOT the country our founding fathers wanted.

 

 

*if you get that reference you win a cookie.

10th Amendment? What’s that?

In case you are as confused as President Obama seems to be on what the 10th Amendment is. Here is the text of it.

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

December of last year, 3 days after Christmas in fact, I wrote a post about Voter Fraud and Voter ID laws for elections.

Texas recently passed a law that would require the use of a photo ID to vote in their state. One would tend to think that this would be a state issue, that the federal government would stay out of. There is nothing in the constitution (or any law or amendment passed since) that I have found that allows the federal government to interfere in voting laws such as this. (While the Civil Rights act of 1964 and Voting Rights Act of 1965 do restrict racial restrictions on voting, this law does not prevent voting based on race or any other inherent quality, such as race, age, wealth or intelligence.*)

But to the current DoJ and the current President, things like the 10th amendment and the constitution are less rules and more guidelines. So they decided that Texas’ new law will put an undue burden on Hispanic people in Texas, because they are disproportionately more likely to not have (or be able to get) a photo ID.

The Justice Department said that data from Texas showed that almost 11 percent of Hispanic voters, or more than 300,000, did not have a driver’s license or state-issued identification card, and that plans to mitigate those concerns were incomplete.

“Hispanic registered voters are more than twice as likely as non-Hispanic registered voters to lack such identification,” Assistant Attorney General Thomas Perez, head of the department’s civil rights division, said in a letter outlining the objection to the Texas director of elections.

- Reuters

And so they are blocking Texas from instituting the law, similar to the actions taken against South Carolina in December of last year.

So why is it that so many Hispanic voters don’t have or can’t get a photo ID that allows them to vote?

Hispanic registered voters in Texas are 47 percent to 120 percent more likely to lack the required identification than non-Hispanic voters, the Justice Department said in its letter. Texas has 12.9 million registered voters of whom 2.81 million are Hispanic.

- Business Week

I mean, you need a State ID or passport to buy alcohol, get a library card, buy cigarettes, or buy a gun…and this is Texas (my mom’s side of the family is from there) at least 3 of those things are common place in Texans (which 3 is up to you) and I haven’t heard liberals complaining about that…in fact they want more protections and controls on at least one of those (I hope you know that I mean gun control, because I’m quite sure they aren’t pushing for more control on library cards).

Well…it might have something to do with the fact that, according to the most recent numbers on StateMaster.com, there are an estimated 1,041,000 illegal immigrants in Texas. Now, I’m sure they aren’t all Hispanic, we do get illegal immigrants in America from all over the world, but given the geographical location of Texas and Mexico, I think we can be fairly certain that a good portion of the 300,000 Hispanic voters (11% of Hispanic voters) who do not have a state identification card (or any other form of legitimate photo ID) and can’t get one have one thing in common.

They aren’t here legally.

So they aren’t allowed to vote and they aren’t allowed to go get a state ID card, because they don’t have the documentation to receive one.

And guess what, they shouldn’t be voting at all then.

 

And now for something completely different, here’s a video (and article) proving that America has the coolest Navy ever.

 

*though sometimes I wish we could restrict voting based on intelligence…

Math and logic show media bias against Romney is unfounded (Via The Conservative New Ager)

I am getting tired of the media downplaying that Romney has been the winner of numerous primaries and is headed toward the Republican GOP nomination (and is without question in a strong position to take down Obama).

Let’s just ignore that no GOP candidate has ever gotten as high as Romney is currently at about 40%.

Then let’s deal with the fact that it’s pretty much a mathematical impossibility that Romney isn’t going to win the delegates.

via Math and logic show media bias against Romney is unfounded.

Facts, please base your opinions on them. Don’t be this guy.

Governor Christie’s veto was the right thing to do. (via OutRight Patriots and MeredithAncret)

If you are a gay conservative, or if you have read my personal blog before, then my opinion on this topic should come as no surprise to you

.Putting this on the ballot is the right decision for many reasons, the most obvious of which is that people don’t like having social change rammed down their throats…if you’ll pardon that turn of phrase in reference to gay marriage.

 

via Governor Christie’s veto was the right thing to do..

Blog from my new conservative GLBT group blog.

Needed to do a little decompression… (Via The Conservative New Ager)

After a draining week in politics and work…I was very relieved at tonight’s Romney victory…but still needed to get a little snark out so I turned to twitter…

.And on twitter I saw@DinaFraioli tweeted

“The Eye of Sauron points to Ohio….”

so I responded

“Great, now I’m going to be spending all night putting the major political contenders in LOTR roles in my mind.”

believe it or not, there was no alcohol involved in this…it’s just trying to get publicity for Republicans and Reincarnation and keeping up blogging during an election year that I have almost no time for my other writing passion—writing fantasy novels. So this random little musing is making up for that loss in my life…I fully admit this is stupid and pointless, but it was a wonderful stress relief to write…and it’s disturbing how many parallels I was able to make.

At the very least, I hope it gives you a small chuckle.I would love to actually write this parody…but not sure I have the time…so settle for how you would cast “The Lord of the White House and the Return of the Conservative”

via Needed to do a little decompression….

My life is now complete.

Thanks to The Conservative New Ager for making me giggle after a very long, difficult week.