Monday, May 31, 2010

In the Army at 17

I joined the military in 1984. I was 17 years old.
It was a special program called the "split-training" option.
You went to boot camp (basic training) during the summer between your junior and senior years of high school.
You came back home, went to a year of Reserve drills during your senior year of High School.
Then after graduation, you went to your Advanced Training (MOS) the next summer.

I don't think the program was really ever that popular, but it still exists.
Not too many teenagers want to spend their summer doing military training.

My memories of it were ...... that it was hard as hell.
Most of the other soldiers were 22 or 24 years old.
In the physical combat drills, I remember getting my ass kicked a lot just because the other guys in my unit were older, bigger, and more physically mature than I was.
I was so young, I didn't even have to shave.

But, the experience did make me quite tough.
If I had to do it over again, I probably wouldn't go.
I was pretty miserable. I could have flipped burgers all summer and joined at some other time.
But like all who have served, I would say that I'm glad I did it.

Waking up at 5 a.m. Hundreds of push-ups, jumping jacks.
Forced road marches with heavy gear.
Laying in burning hot sand at the rifle range.
Sleeping in the woods, battling the heat, insects and snakes.
Walking around with gas masks on and preparing for chemical attacks.

Those experiences weren't fun, but there were good parts, too.

Firing a 5o caliber machine gun. Throwing a real, live hand grenade.
Setting off Claymore anti-personnel land mines. Firing an anti-tank weapon.
Winning the company shooting competition and getting an awesome helicopter ride as a reward.

Good to know that if the Russians or Chinese come calling, we will be ready for them.

Here are some photos.

Delta Company - 10th Battalion -- 1st Brigade -- 2nd Platoon
We had these cool dark blue t-shirts with crossed rifles emblem we wore for physical training (PT).

I'm the guy in the middle of this photo... looking kind of miserable.
It's difficult to believe I was ever that skinny.

This photo was taken in the woods somewhere near Fort Jackson, South Carolina.
My unit was on maneuvers and sleeping out in the woods overnight and doing training during the day.
It was hot, steamy, and generally unpleasant weather.
We all had our camouflage jackets off, and I had rolled up my pants legs because it was hot.
I have my rifle balanced on my legs to keep it out of the dirt -- so that I didn't have to clean it again.
I'm eating what they call an MRE - Meal Ready To Eat. It comes in a brown plastic bag.
You add water to a few items to eat them. It's not fine dining, but it keeps you going.
This is actually one of my favorite photos of myself.

Here's a photo of me trying to explain to one of the NCOs why I am taking my high school football jersey with me in the baggage we are packing to go on the REFORGER mission in Germany. They didn't like my explanation... and the jersey did not get to go.

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Stopping Socialism and Communism

I am committed to a political philosophy of stopping Socialism and Communism in America. They are dangerous leftist ideologies that always result in the government using massive force and threats against their own citizens.

Obamacare is Socialism. The government wants to force you to buy health insurance.
Where do they think they have the right to do something as Un-constitutional as that?
The bill was not about health care. It never has been.
Health Care was just an excuse to give the leftists more power. The power to demand and control aspects of the medical and health services industries. Most voters don't understand it, but this is one of the most dangerous things our government has ever done!

How can you possibly take a chance on voting against tyranny, when those same tyrants control your access to health care? It's so disturbing that I cannot fathom what people are doing voting for any Democrat ever again.

We must elect Constitutional Conservatives who will reign in the supersonic growth of government power that we have witnessed during the Obama Administration.

I am one of those Conservatives committed to saving this nation.

Karen Bass? Not so much.

Pure Socialist. Job killer. Economy destroyer.

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is the best!

I'm a big fan of Congresswoman Michele Bachmann. She has that Minnesota/Midwestern common-sense that so many political figures lack. I'll never be able to thank her enough for the day she called the Obama Administration a "Gangster Government" - because that is exactly what it is. Obama started his career with ACORN causing trouble with banks in Chicago. He's an extortionist. He always has been.

Friday, May 28, 2010

Evil Triumphant! Sarkin and Neumann to Continue Reign of Terror in Studio City

Well... I don't have much more to say about this. It is a dark day for freedom and liberty in America...(but then again, we've been having a lot of dark days lately... nothing new)

First the voters couldn't get their act together and get rid of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, who will now continue to destroy this City for the next three years unless my Recall efforts are successful.

Now, the voters in Studio City could not get their act together and get rid of miniature tyrants Lisa Sarkin and Ben Neumann. Yes, the same Sarkin and Neumann who were loudly booed at the last big SCNC meeting.

I think the voters will pay for this. Sarkin barely escaped defeat, and Neumann wasn't impressive either.

Elections have consequences.

Unfortunately for them, the members of the Studio City Neighborhood Council are about to find that out.

Please donate to ($)

We have hundreds of signed petitions at the Recall offices. We have thousands of signatures. But that is not enough. Having the website has been a good thing, but not everyone in the world has a computer and a printer. We have received many phone calls from people who don't have printers or don't know how to get this done.

Within days of beginning the Recall, we realized that many of the older voters who have been calling us don't even use a computer. We decided that we need to be more accessible to those voters who are not "high-tech".

After some brainstorming, we came up with a solution. We are going to do a direct mail campaign.

Most of our signed and returned petitions come from the San Fernando Valley, so it is quite obvious that the Mayor is intensely disliked by voters there. We are raising money to cover printing and mailing costs.

Bulk mail rates can get postage down to about 25¢ per piece, so if we raise $50, 000 , then we can get mail pieces out to about 200,000 voters (more or less, calculating printing costs). We plan on covering the San Fernando Valley first, as we have had much success there already. Eventually, we hope to raise enough in donations to be able to hit every household with a Recall petition. Let's see the Mayor laugh at that.

Hitting voters with an explanatory letter, a Recall petition, and a return envelope asking for a donation to continue the campaign should guarantee a decent return rate.

David Hernandez is heading to Arizona to talk to various political leaders there, and also various officers of different Civic groups and Chambers of Commerce. Things are looking good for his visit.

So, to all the haters out there (Joe B. and Mary Cummins), you can stop emailing us now. The Recall is going just fine. Someone made the maximum $1,000 dollar donation yesterday, which guarantees our printing costs to get the first few thousand direct mail pieces out.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

SCNC voter ALERT!!: STOP Sarkin & Neumann!!

As I mentioned before in an earlier blog, the Studio City Neighborhood Council recently, in a fit of temper, voted out Michael McCue, a member who had previously been elected to this organization by the voting public.

In my opinion, this makes the SCNC a lawless, rogue organization.
They should have their City charter revoked.

Anytime that someone decides that they are going to overturn the will of the voters and reverse the results of a free election, they are revealing their true tyrannical nature. They are displaying their inner love of despotism.

Ben Neumann is a punk. He will extend his little tyranny about as far as it can go... which isn't far because SCNC doesn't have any real power. But Neumann will do his best to make others miserable in his little corner of the world. I saw the way he treated dissenting opinion. He fits right in with the Stalins and the Mao Tse Tungs of the world. He has no problem trampling all over your personal freedoms, because in his sick, twisted little don't have any freedom.

Lisa Sarkin has proven herself to be an Extremely Dangerous Enemy of Freedom. At a previous meeting she was content to tell the proletariat voters of Studio City that they "have no right to have an opinion!"
That went over really well....Sarkin was booed about as loudly as Mayor Villaraigosa at any public event lately.

Sarkin is evidently not content with deciding who can and cannot have an opinion. Recently I caught wind of the fact that she is trying to decide who can and can not have certain sized houses ..???!!!! OK, Comrade Lisa.
I've heard enough.

Sarkin needs to go. Neumann too.

Please email this blog to any Studio City voters you know.

And while they are at it, they might want to get rid of Ethics Violator John Walker.
If he can commit ethics violations and support tyranny like this... he isn't of any use to SCNC voters.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Karen Bass : Tax Raising Bureaucrat

Here is a little video clip of why I find Karen Bass to be so repulsive. In this interview with fellow left-winger Rachel Maddow, Karen Bass laughs and smiles when she talks about raising taxes on Californians.

Karen Bass is an economy-killing Socialist, and she must be stopped.

Is Mike Gatto going after Michael Higby?!

I don't like to talk about things like this, but it seems that local blogger Michael Higby has riled up some political operatives who are not fans of his exposé-centered blog, Mayor Sam.

Someone has started a new blog that is directed at Higby and attacks him with photos and commentary.

It is a particularly nasty piece of work and I don't approve of it.

In fact, I mention it only to condemn it.

I think Michael Higby is a good guy and has done some important political commentary for voters in this City.
He has been a "rock-in-the-shoe" type of irritant to many elected officials in the Los Angeles City government.
I don't always agree with him, but I think this latest attack on him is driven by anger and jealousy.

I have two immediate suspects.

1) Mike Gatto operatives
Mike Gatto has taken a beating on Mayor Sam and Higby has made clear his support of Sunder Ramani for the 43rd Assembly seat (evacuated by job-hopping political hack Paul Krekorian.)
2) Nutty Mayor Sam comments section poster Mary Cummins
Cummins has had a grudge against Higby ever since I wrote about her fraudulent sexual harassment lawsuit against the City. You can read more about the lawsuit here.

But, I could be wrong on both counts.

Higby could be getting attacked by someone from Janice Hahn's campaign, or a variety of other disgruntled political operatives. One person I don't suspect is Los Angeles Wave newspaper Contributing Editor Betty Pleasant, who has been much more open in her contempt for Michael Higby.

David gets Media Coverage

David Hernandez, one of the important leaders of the Recall effort against Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, has multiple issues that he is passionate about. Today he was at City Hall speaking about the Los Angeles City Council and their boneheaded idea about boycotting the State of Arizona, simply because Arizona voted to enforce Federal immigration laws.

This vote by Arizona didn't sit well with the knuckleheaded loony liberals on the City Council, who feel it is their job to supervise and control every single aspect of every other persons life.

I hope that David was passing out the Recall petitions while he was there.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

To Save America

Newt Gingrich explaining the long-term dangers of the Democrats and their Socialist agenda.

Friday, May 21, 2010

Hypocrite Cheered by Traitors (a.k.a. Democrats)

It was one of the worst things I've ever seen in my life.

A notorious hypocrite, Mexican President Calderon, had the nerve to come to the United States and criticize the immigration policy recently voted on by the State of Arizona. Even worse than that, he received cheers and applause from treacherous Democrats in Congress, who chose to take sides with a foreign national against their own fellow citizens.

For those of you who are reading this, Calderon and his Mexican countrymen have a much, much worse record when it comes to immigration. Mexican immigration laws are practically medieval. Unlucky women immigrants from Central America are routinely raped in Mexico. Legal authorities quite often steal and extort money in the form of bribes from people who are caught being illegal immigrants in Mexico.

It appears that the Democratic Party is on a suicide mission. They don't care if they never win another election, as long as they can destroy America.

As a side note, two of the people who stood and applauded Calderon in Congress were Eric Holder and Janet Napolitano. Both of them admitted they have not read the Arizona law, SB1070.

It is only 19 pages.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Pierce to Villaraigosa: "Boycott THIS!!"

LOL. Villaraigosa is such a clown.
Good to see someone in Arizona is willing to tell him off.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Bye Bye!!

Specter defeated in Pennsylvania. A joyous moment.

The man who turned his back on the GOP had the Democrats show him just how much they value a traitor.

Now it is time for Toomey to take that seat in November.

I am AGAINST Meg Whitman

I think I have made it clear between my Twitter comments and my Facebook page that I am against Meg Whitman being elected Governor of California. My reasons are fairly simple. Meg Whitman is the wrong person for the GOP to be supporting. For many reasons. She would be another Schwarzenegger.

Arnold Schwarzenegger is a self-centered egomaniac who felt such a sense of entitlement that he ran for Governor of California without ever having held any type of elected position before. He won, and California has been paying for that mistake. He gave us the biggest tax raises in California history. I felt it was fairly obvious that his "Conservatism" was fake... he is married to an ultra-liberal from the Kennedy family. So his political views don't even enter into his personal life...always a dangerous sign of a phony. I am quite proud to say that I didn't vote for Schwarzenegger either time he was up for election.

I would prefer that a candidate for Governor have a track record of success in politics. You don't give one of the top ten political jobs in the world to a total rookie. Look at what is happening in the White House. The voters gave the job to a man who had never been in charge of anything. How did they think that was going to work out? No...a Governor should be a former Mayor or other high-level elected official with a track record of success. That way you are not buying a pig in a poke, and have some quantifiable measure of the persons skills and leadership.

The criticisms of Whitman are fairly obvious:

1) She did not vote for 28 years. This shows a total lack of interest in the political process itself. This is a character trait that should worry voters.

2) She gave money to the enemy. She donated to Barbara Boxer. There is no way supporters of Whitman can spin this. She gave money to the enemy. Someone we are trying to defeat right now.

3) Everything about her campaign has to be "controlled" -- which is usually a sign of an incompetent, unprepared candidate. Another warning sign.

4) She is not a Conservative. She supports abortion and is weak on immigration. Not the type of Candidate our party should be supporting.

Unfortunately, Whitman has a rabid following with a certain sector of the GOP. I don't understand what they are thinking. Whitman is just a big pile of money with no character and no leadership. She hadn't ever been a part of the process at all. At any level. Why put her at the lead?! It is a recipe for disaster.

Her supporters say "She has the money...She can win!"
I say "Who cares?!" Money is not character. Whitman got lucky being CEO of EBay at a time when internet companies took off. Plenty of people in Silicon Valley made a fortune as the world went digital. The kid who invented Facebook is 26 years old and is now worth 4 BILLION dollars. Maybe he should be Governor. "He has the money... he can win!" Do you realize how ridiculous that is?

And I'm not saying these things because I'm a big fan of Steve Poizner. No . Not at all.
Poizner has many flaws also. He gave money to Al Gore and the recount.
He has some bad positions.
However, he has been elected to a position and actually cut the departments budget, which is a plus in my book. He also says he will get tough on illegal immigration, which costs our state billions every year.
I'm not sold on Poizner, but right now he's looking like the lesser of two evils.

I know that Miller and Naritelli are more Conservative, but they don't have the money to compete against two billionaires. Money is not character, but if you can't even get the money to get your name out to the voters, you don't stand much of a chance.

Poizner was endorsed by Tom McClintock... the man who should have been Governor instead of Schwarzenegger. That means something to me. I will probably end up voting for Poizner.

Whitman is a phony and she has to be stopped.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Working on Campaign, Recall

I haven't been posting too much on my blog in the last few days. I've been busy with my campaign and with the Recall. Made tons of phone calls today about the Recall.

Petitions are getting mailed out to thousands of more people in the next two weeks. We raised more money for printing expenses and David Hernandez is trying to get people in Arizona to contribute. That pinhead Council Member Ed Reyes made some really anti-police statements that should help us get police unions in Arizona excited about getting rid of him. Ed Reyes might be the next person we file a recall against. David is already working on the paperwork concerning that.

I see that Mayor Sam and it's non-stop lunatic comments poster Mary Cummins had nothing better to do with their weekend than bash me all over the internet.
So be it. Let them have their fun while they can.

Things are working out for me just fine.

In fact, I think I am going to win my primary in a few weeks.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Smash Evil. Vote Jennerjahn. 6-8-10

I'm not doing things the way the higher-ups at the party want me to.

The website stays.

When it comes right down to it, the real question that needs to be answered is: what is best for the voters of the 33rd Congressional District?

Do the voters deserve David Crowley? A nice, polite gentleman who will go timidly into battle and lose just as badly as he lost the same District in 2008? No.

Do the voters deserve James Andion, a distracted attorney who sent a substitute to speak for him at a candidate event and then screwed up his own website? No.

David Crowley and James Andion are not focused enough. They are not tough enough and they are not mean enough to take on an eight-headed monster like Karen Bass. A pure Marxist who spreads a Socialist ideology that threatens the future of this great nation.

The 33rd needs a fighter. Someone who wants to fight.

I'm ready to smash evil.

Vote Jennerjahn on June 8th.

The Pressure Is On.

Well, it seems that the higher-ups at the Republican Party were not happy about me snagging my opponents website and using it to promote myself. OK . I understand that.

I don't like them putting pressure on me to give the website up and let James Andion take it.

I have been thinking about this and I just don't like it.
All their talk of my "future career" etc...etc..."if you run for another office"...etc...etc...

To be quite honest, I'm already a bit of a pariah because I expressed my disappointment with the "sudden election" at RPLAC a few months ago. And when I ran for Mayor, they gave me an endorsement, but I didn't get one penny from any of them. And no campaign help, either.

To be quite honest, even if I win this primary, I won't be getting any help from them.

What is my advantage in doing what they want?

I'll have to seriously consider my options here.

Right now, I'm leaning towards rejecting their demands.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Recall City Instructional Video

A short video explaining how to gather signatures to Recall Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Voter Guides have started to arrive in the mail!

And I am incredibly happy. I thought I had bad luck in the name draw, but I actually got listed as the first name on the ballot! That always helps. Excellent news!

Then, the first candidate statement I saw was mine.
And the thing worked out exactly how I planned it.
Great for me... not so good for James Andion.

Score. Jennerjahn 1 Opponents 0.

Check it out yourself

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Bob Bennett gets the boot in Utah

Tea Party members say "good riddance" to a man many thought was Conservative. But voters in Utah took offense at Bennett agreeing to a health care plan with Democrats. His career is over.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

My Candidate Statement - Voter Guide

This is a copy of the candidate statement I had placed in the Official County Voter Guide that gets mailed out to voters starting this week. It is the first time I will have paid for mass-marketing to reach voters.
The statement will appear in the guide as follows:


When I ran for Mayor of Los Angeles in March 2009, I was the strongest voice against Measure B - a solar energy proposal. I went on NBC Channel 4 and declared to the interviewer that Measure B was "organized crime". Measure B was barely defeated at the polls, and that defeat helped save Los Angeles taxpayers 3.6 billion dollars in higher energy costs.

As a member of the Westside Republicans ( , I helped to lead the fight against Proposition 1A - a sneaky plan by the State Legislature to raise taxes. The Westside Republicans helped turn the tide of public opinion against Prop. 1A and it was defeated at the polls, saving California taxpayers 14 billion dollars in higher taxes.

I am currently the leader and organizer of a powerful new movement that seeks to change the leadership structure here in Los Angeles completely. Read about my daring new project at (

Please visit my website ( to watch videos and learn more about me. You can also follow me on Facebook and Twitter.

I believe that I am the strongest, most decisive leader on the ballot.

I have been fighting for and defending the rights of taxpayers here in Los Angeles. I am the only candidate who will enact policies that will help lower taxes, cut government spending, and get the economy growing again.

I am the right man for the job.

I ask you to elect me and make me your new Congressman.

Thank You

Phil Jennerjahn

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Vladimir Putin shows the world who's boss

If you have followed the news for the last few days, you might have heard this story.
Somali pirates had the misfortune to attack the Russian oil tanker, Moscow University .
The crew sealed itself in the radar room on the ship and called for help.

Most countries in the world respond to situations like these with weakness -- hand wringing, pleading, and eventually the paying of a ransom to the pirates.

However, those countries do not have a leader named Vladimir Putin.

Putin, an oligarch who has near-total control over the Russian economy, decided to send a message to the Somali pirates -- and in a roundabout way -- a message to the rest of the world.

I am Vladimir Putin ...and you will not steal from me!!

Putin ordered the Udaloy-class destroyer Marshal Shaposhnikov to deal with the problem.
Russian Commandos quickly took the ship back, killing one of the pirates in the process.

Clearly, the Somali pirates had not seen this YouTube video, where Putin threatens to castrate a journalist.
Somehow, they thought they could steal $50 million dollars worth of oil from this man.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

The Art Of War

Attack him where he is unprepared. Appear where you are not expected.
-- Sun Tzu, The Art of War.

I recently made a political move that I am quite proud of. I out-smarted and out-fought my opponent in the election before the fight even began. Because of this, I believe I will be the winner of the Republican Primary on June 8th and I believe I will be the top candidate to take down Socialist Karen Bass in the General Election in November 2010.

I took a trip to the Registrar Recorders Office in Norwalk and asked to see all the candidate statements for the candidates in my election -- the 33rd Congressional District. Surprisingly, Socialist Karen Bass hadn't filed to have a statement! I found that stunning. With her financial advantage, why not spend an extra grand or two to get an official page in the voter information handbook that gets mailed to all voting households? It didn't make any sense... except that maybe Bass feels she is so far ahead of everyone in the Democratic Primary that she doesn't have to do anything to win. It would be a tremendous mistake to underestimate her opponents, but that would be Karen Bass for you. Dumb. More on her later....

I asked to see the Candidate Statements of my Republican opponents, David Crowley and James Andion... both of whom have run for Congress before. David Crowley didn't pay for a statement, which wasn't a surprise because at a recent event he said he was unemployed. The expense was probably too prohibitive for him.

James Andion, an attorney who is originally from Michigan, paid for a very bland statement that reads more like a resumé listing his different achievements. I asked for a printed copy and paid the required fee.
Upon further analysis, I saw that Andion was ending his campaign statement by asking people to go to his website...

Hmm...I thought...that's different from the terribly weak site he has now...

...which looks like he spent about 5 minutes making it.

I wondered.. "is he going to spring a surprise attack with an all-new website and campaign?" I thought I better do some investigating and sure enough .. didn't even exist yet.
In fact, it hadn't even been registered yet!!
How could he be so careless as to not register his own campaign website?
I realized that he probably hadn't thought anyone would see his statement until it came out in the mail a few months down the road. He probably wasn't even thinking about it.

I could not believe this stroke of luck. I quickly went online and snapped it up for myself.
There goes his sneak attack. Now, I will do him one better, I thought.

I contacted my webmaster and had him build a quick site for it. Check it out.

The voter information booklets for the June Primary are scheduled to begin being mailed out on Monday, May 10th. Voters in over 280,000 households will be able to open the booklet and read about ballot proposals and also get their first look at candidate information.

I wrote a very strong statement promoting myself (I'll print it after it comes out ).
James Andion writes a bland resumé-style piece that ends by sending voters to a website...
.... that endorses me!!

Three things are going to happen on Monday, May 10th.

1) James Andion is going to feel very foolish, and probably a bit embarrassed by his gaffe.
2) Voters who visit the website are going to think that Andion is either totally incompetent, or that he dropped out of the race and is endorsing me.
3) The CRA will look bad, and will probably never endorse James Andion again in any election.

In fact, this is the type of thing that kills careers.
James Andion will probably never be able to run for anything again.
If the media catches wind of this...and they probably will... it will be more humiliation for him.
Imagine, you are running for a spot in the United States Congress...and you ask voters to go to a website that promotes your opponent? Oops!

Do I have any sympathy for James Andion? No... none.
It was his job to be better prepared for battle.
He is my opponent in this campaign, and I did what was necessary to defeat him.
I think this election is over, and a single vote hasn't even been cast yet.

And for Socialist Karen Bass in November? Oh yeah... I have a plan for her, too.
I'll give you a hint. She's not going to like it.

But for now, I eagerly await the delivery of those voter information booklets on Monday.

This is going to be good.

Monday, May 3, 2010

The Gift of Barack Obama - by Phil Jennerjahn

I was invited to speak at a campaign event a few weeks ago by the Santa Monica Republican Womens Federated.

They held a nice event at a steakhouse on the West side. Several candidates were there, and each was invited to speak for a few minutes. After the luncheon, they asked us all to come up front and to participate in a panel-style question and response period. I stood quietly off to the side and watched as other candidates eagerly raced each other to answer question after question. I didn't care for this type of format and had no plan to answer any questions.

After about 30 minutes of listening to the others, the host asked me if I would like to say something.

I launched into a five minute answer that was easily one of the best of my political career.

I talked about Barack Obama and how he was actually a gift to the Republican Party. At first the audience was stunned, but then they started to follow my explanation.

I told them that, due to Obamas lack of leadership and integrity, that he was going to cause the 2010 election to be a rout. The Democrats will lose over 50 seats in Congress. They might even lose the Senate, too.
In a regular year, Republicans would not achieve this level of success by themselves.
But when you have a President like this, voters get really scared.
They see his arrogance and how he went and tripled the national debt in a matter of days.
They see how he appoints tax cheats, communists, and lunatics to important government posts.
His aggressive assaults on personal freedom include a new high-water mark for the left.
These dangerous enemies of freedom can now say it is OK for the government to demand that you buy health insurance. They are saying that by the mere fact of your very existence, the government owns you.

They also see sky-high unemployment, business failures, foreclosures, and bankruptcies.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will go down in history -- that's for sure -- but it won't be the type of history the Democrats had hoped for when creating this situation back in the Carter Administration.

Facing this type of historic misery, even Democratic voters can start to understand that the pain they feel is the result of big government. High spending Democrats who want to raise taxes on them in the middle of the worst recession in decades.
Every human being has an inner warning system that tells them they are in danger. And for many Americans, that alarm started going off soon after the 2008 election.

When in the secrecy of the voting booth, I explained, many of these people are going to vote their pocketbook.
Democrats will be thrown out of office in large numbers.

I can't wait for November.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Gov. Rick Perry : The Time Has Come

Rick Perry for President in 2012. How many times do I have to say it?
This is the type of man this country needs.