Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty; power is ever stealing from the many to the few

Wendell Phillips, 1852

The enemies of Freedom do not argue: they shout and they shoot.

W.R. Inge, 1935

....and the more things change, the more they stay the same...

Sunday, February 8, 2009


An alert to all who support Pres. Obama and his stimulus/jobs plan...a radio talking head, whose name will not be seen on my urging his dittoheads(those who are incapable of thinking for themselves) to call the White House repeatedly and en masse to voice their opposition to the stimulus/jobs plan. They, of course, have answered their master's call.

So all you Patriot wannabe's...pick up your phone, call the White House and let our Pres. know that he has much more support than opposition. Word has it that many more calls are coming in from the trained seals than from clear-thinking Americans.

Phone #202-456-1111
Switchboard #202-456-1414
Fax: 202-456-2461
snailmail: 1600 Pennsylvania Ave
Washington D.C. 20500



  1. Well you know what, Sharon? It's the same here in Denmark: When you are super-rich with a huge company, you don't pay taxes at all, when you are a small employee, with a lousy job, no idea of how to take anything of the tax, you pay almost 50%tax (after a small amount is taken off, which you don't get taxed on), if you are a bit better off, 60%. But then you can take lots of things off, so you can get your taxes down and it becomes bearable. So most Danes become tax experts and end up paying about 30%. but young and old people and those who own nothing do really pay the highest taxes. And guess who wants it taht way in Danmark? The left wing parties!!! They want more and more taxation, they want more for the state to decide over the individual, which ironically does end up in their very own voters becomming the poorest people in the country. really really sad! and you know what they do absolutely nothing at all about the super-rich and their corruption, no, they urge us to support them a little more, because they are all sooo affraid taht something bad could happen if they don't. Complete lack of self confidence and lack of believe in the own abilities to survive.
    So here in Denmark it doesn't really matter, who you vote for, most parties will give you the same rubbish!

    But there is one thing one can do and that'slike you suggest: contact individuals and also inform the public of what really is going on.

    I have left one comment on my blog for you so far, soon I will write the next...
    love, Sarah sofia

  2. It's not surprising, is it? The GOP has managed to hoodwink its strongest supporters into voting against their own economic interests. One of the primary reasons, I think, is the woeful status of education in the country, in general, and in the south, in particular. Here, I'm not just referring to the poor educational infrastructure, etc., but to the "pride in ignorance," or anti-intellectualism of many in the GOP constituency. It's a cultural phenomenon and not easily remedied. And it creates fertile ground for the creation of dittoheads . . .

    As for Denmark, I'm impressed with the so-called "flexicurity" program that the Danes "invented." It seems to me to provide protection and benefit for both labor and business, although it does add to the tax burden. Yet, if taxes return a healthy worker-business relationship AND still manage to produce Europe's highest GDP per capita, I wonder if that's not tax money well charged and well spent?