Friday, November 20, 2009


Infuriating - that is what it is when a judge overrules the will of the People. Needless to say, I was infuriated to learn the a judge has ruled that the Tennessee guns in restaurants law is unconstitutional. Why am I not surprised to learn that the judge appears to have been a big contributor to the Democratic National Committee and is an appointee of Phil Bredesen?

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Thursday, November 19, 2009

No Carry at The Rendezvous in Memphis

I suppose the criminals who might be bent on doing harm will just turn and walk away when they see that sign and realize that no law-abiding permit holders will be present. Say Uncle posts a photo of the sign at the Rendezvous. I have a container of dry rub from the Rendezvous that has lasted me quite a while. I guess it will have to keep on lasting because I do not frequent unwelcoming locales.

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Friday, November 13, 2009

Red Light Operators May Need a PI License in Tennessee

So says an attorney in Clarksville. If these cameras are purportedly catching law-breakers, they should have to follow the law themselves. Of course, anyone with half a brain knows these things violate the very bedrock principles of our Constitution, but that hasn't stopped them yet.


Thursday, November 12, 2009

TARP Funds to Pay Down Debt

Isn't that a bit circular? Who do these people think they are kidding? They are borrowing money and then saying they are going to use the proceeds of the money to repay debt/reduce the deficit. Here's an idea: stop playing shell games. If you are not going to use all the TARP funds, don't use them, but don't come back to the taxpayers and act like you are suddently being fiscally responsible because you are "using" the TARP funds to pay down debt. That's silly and no one is buying it.

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Friday, November 06, 2009

Hope and Change?

Apparently, Ms. Pelosi believes it is ok to have a vote on "health care" insurance reform without first making it available to the American people. These people have forgotten who they work for! We should remind them at the first opportunity.

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Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Bloomberg wins again

In reading that Michael Bloomberg was reelected as the mayor of NYC, I had forgotten that he claims to be a Republican. What a joke.