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My New HTC One

HTC One

 

On May 4th, 2013 I got a new phone and I love it.  Strangely enough, I didn’t set out to buy this phone although it was on my short list of desirable phones.  Our contract expired on April 29th and so my wife and I pre-ordered the new Samsung Galaxy S4 and received it on April 27th.  We really liked those phones and my wife still has hers.  Mine had a problem immediately in that my Yahoo Mail and AT&T Mail would not work.  All of my other email accounts worked but these would not.  Then after a few days, I noticed another problem.  My GPS was very flaky and would work intermittently.  The only way I could get it to work would be to disable it and then re-enable it.  It was getting very irritating.  For the record, my wife’s phone did and still does work fine.  My wife called AT&T to inquire about it and they told her that it was still within the window to exchange it.  They initially said they would send another one but then told us to take it to the local store and exchange it and they would credit us with the exchange.  Both phones were the same price so there was no refund or additional charge expected.

I was working on laying some sod in the front yard so I could not go but my wife took it by the store and exchanged it.  The store did not have a phone available in stock to replace mine so she exchanged it for the HTC One.  She had remembered that I had spoken highly of it.  On May 4th, my phone was exchanged for this one.  I have to tell you that I am very satisfied with it.  One thing that is really awesome is the camera’s 1080p video and the 16:9 aspect ration on pictures taken.  The phone is very sturdy and has an aluminum case.  Even so, I bought this white Spec case for protection.  I really love this phone and would definitely recommend it.  The call quality seems to be very clear so far and that says a lot considering how my hearing is not that great.  I usually hate making phone calls via the cell phone because they are always garbled and choppy.  For that reason, I will never get rid of my house phone.  This phone does a good job in call clarity so far.  I am very critical of call quality and I will certainly let you know if I run into problems.

I am happy and can give you much more information about this phone if you care to know.  Just let me know and I will try to answer any questions.

Lack of Appreciation of Art

I don’t have an ounce of creativity so I struggle with placing value on art of any kind.  I have always been that way and can’t understand why. Some people think that art is the greatest thing ever while I see it as a waste of time. I don’t even listen to music.  This is one of the reasons why I just cannot see paying money for a song or a picture online.  To me, both would be a complete waste of money. If I want to look at a picture of something, I’ll go take it myself.

I don’t say this to be mean to anyone that is into art. I am just stating the reality that it does not interest me whatsoever. My whole family loves to play musical instruments and listen to music.  I usually listen to Christian or talk radio if I listen to anything at all. When I say Christian, I am not referring to music, but rather teaching stations.  I know that when I tell people this, they tend to think I am just trying to put down their interests but that is not it at all.

I’ve been to many arts festivals with people and honestly if it had not been for the food available, I would have been completely bored out of my mind.  When I look at the outrageous prices that are usually attached to these pieces of art, I am amazed that anyone would actually pay that, or anything for that matter.  I seem to be a logical thinker and not a creative thinker.  Usually, if someone convince me that something has tangible or value, I will pay attention.  Instinctively if I feel that something has no value to me, I tend to tune it out making me seem harsh, critical or just rude.

Again, I don’t mean to be that way and I struggle with it.  At work and college, we have taken personality tests and while they are different, they usually categorize people into one of two groups.  Either creative or logical or some variation thereof.  Also these categorizations usually vary in degree.  In every one that I have taken, I am on the extreme edge of being logical and non creative.  The one that stands out the most is the Meyers Briggs personality test where I came out as an ISTJ (introversion, sensing, thinking, judgment).  Hardly an ounce of creativity.

I really have to struggle to seem interested in the artistic things when I am around others. If I don’t, it seems like I am being rude to them because I am usually bored beyond measure and they may think I am bored with them.  It sucks being that way but I do try to put that aside when I a am around those that I care about.

Google+ Wandering in the Desert

What happened to the vanity URL implementation that was announced nine months ago? What happened to the merging of the messengers? As each day goes by, I am seriously thinking that Google is lost.  There are certain updates that are universally requested and I hear crickets coming from Google.  They are being smoked by Facebook and even Twitter.  For nearly two years I have been sitting on the edge of my seat waiting for Google+ to add basic functions and they are sitting on their hands.  I really want them to succeed but what I am seeing is another Google Wave failure.

You remember how Google Wave happened?  There was all this hype for invites. We waited anxiously for an invite.  Weeks became months.  Once we finally got an invite, they stopped us from inviting others.  Something happened.  We sat around with this cool toy that had no one on here that we knew and was not allowed to send invites. The incredibly slow opening cause all the hype to turn into a “what the hell” attitude that once it was opened up, no one wanted to try it.  Fast forward to Google+ and we are now seeing updates coming at a snails pace.  When they do come out, they are irrelevant updates that are not even interesting.

I know I sound like a kid ranting but seriously, it is true.  How long does it take to open up vanity URL’s? Really!?  This is a basic function that should have been available on the first day.  How long is it going to take Google+ to wake up and realize that people want the messenger on the desktop?  This is common sense stuff.  One of Facebook’s most popular features is the Instant messenger because it can be used on the desktop AND mobile.  Google Talk is great but you cannot use it on the iPhone at all.  Sure you can download third party apps but every single one of them shut down on you after a specified time.

I keep reading these ridiculous stories about how their “long term plan” is genius. What?  That is what a person says when they have no answer.  When a person says “Quality over quantity” they usually are just making an excuse for their slow action.  In the beginning I really thought that they were just trying to perfect updates, now I am convinced beyond a shadow of a doubt that Google is lost and has no idea how to do these things.

I really want Google+ to be better than Facebook but let’s be honest, they are not even close. Not even in the same league.  I hear people on Google+ talk about how Facebook users are so immature and act like children but I really believe that is an attempt to belittle a system that is so far superior that it is not even close. If you can’t tear down the system, go after the users.  I’ll go on checking the page from time to time with low expectations but unless they start updating some things fast, it may be too late. You can read all these stories about the rapid growth all you want but the reality is that the enthusiasm is in a free fall.  This is coming from someone that really really wants Google+ to overtake Facebook.  I honestly cannot see it happening if Facebook stopped growing today.  The lackluster sense of urgency to compete just isn’t there.  I see Google+ turning into the next AOL or Myspace very soon if they don’t start taking this seriously.

Suspended Facebook Again

A few days ago I posted an opinion online about something and was immediately called names and I was pretty fed up already so this was just about all I could take. Strangely enough, I have not missed it.  I’ve always preferred Twitter anyway.   Facebook has always been one of those places where you have to be extra careful what you say because you have real family and real friends.  To be honest, social networking sometimes gets on my nerves because people just cannot stop posting about politics day and night.  I purposely turn off the news because I don’t want to  hear about politics.  Then once I go onto a social networking site, people are posting about it all the time.  I have found that I am a much happier person when I turn  off the news.  It is not that I don’t want to hear about other people’s hardships but I don’t want to hear the slanted commentary that usually accompanies it.  I know how the politics on the news tends to put me in a very grouchy mood so I turn it off. The last thing I want to do is go onto a social networking site and hear the same stuff that I was trying to avoid on the news.  I am very conservative and even I get tired of hearing Fox News almost as much as I get tired of hearing MSNBC.  Here we are months later and they are still talking about Benghazi. It is not that I disagree with them but listening to it all the time just gives  you the impression that there is no way to win.

I may turn my Facebook back on at some point but right now I am not missing it.  Maybe it is because I have been sick this week but nevertheless, I am enjoying the peace.  My youngest son and his wife canceled their accounts many months ago and seem to not miss it.  Maybe it is my turn to try that for a while.

Why I Only Use the King James Version of the Bible

There is a movement out there that agrees with my stand that the Authorized King James version is the only trustworthy English translation of the Bible.  They base this belief on putting more relevance on one method of translation over another.  While I could join into that conversation and find some relevance in it, my thoughts are along a different line.  I am trying look at things through a practical way of thinking, for example, what would cause the least confusion, etc.  The explanation that I hear most for those using other translations is for ease of understanding. They claim that the King James does not use modern day language so that it may be more difficult to understand.  Following this logic, I would assume that in their eyes, the King James, being difficult to understand may be a hindrance to someone spending time reading the Bible.  This to me seems like a logical and very influential point to be made.  Adding to this, one might say that one translation method is superior over another making one more accurate than another. Those that advocate one translation over another will point out the weaknesses of the methods used to translate others translations over their preferred, and also point out entire verses that have been removed, etc.  I do have my opinions on this as well but I will not go into it in this post.  That is a completely different argument in itself but it tends to lead to the same issue that I do want to talk about in this post.

I have several reasons for only using the King James separate from those mentioned above with respect to translation methods.  One is the appearance of confusion to the un-learned and the other is standardization in learning.  The appearance of confusion can be clarified in this… When a new person is evangelized and convinced to follow the Christian faith, they are likely a bit overwhelmed with how little they know.  When they go to do some research to learn, they are met with 15 different translations. When they search the Internet to find out what translation is best, they are met with thousands of articles point out the virtues of one translation while pointing out the heresy in others.  To a new convert, this can lead to confusion or outright frustration.  The question can arise… “Which one is right?”   To those that have more maturity in their learning, they may think of the various translations as not being in conflict but rather a different way of saying the same thing…A way to better understand the original text.  To one that does not know, they will see one as being right and the others being flawed.  There are plenty of people on both sides that would agree with them, making it even more confusing.  There are many that are mature in their knowledge that will argue that other translations are heresy and are more than happy to go to this un-learned person to convince them not to use one translation over another.  There are many other reasons that I choose not to use any other translation.

Probably one of the reasons that I am so staunch in my stand that I will only use the King James version is for standardization.  Many people including myself have older relatives and friends that have been Christian for decades.  They can quote scripture on a subject to point out whether something is Biblical or not.  This is similar to the courts system’s duty to interpret law by whether or not it is Constitutional.  We as Christians have a duty to learn and understand scripture as is told in the Bible…

“Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. 2 Timothy 2:15 KJV”

People commit the scriptures to memory because the world is against God.  When the world comes against the believer, they must know the words of God from the Bible.  I am not saying that a person must memorize every verse in the Bible but it is inevitable that certain scriptures will be retained, word for word.  Historically our grandparents could quote many scriptures in the Bible to make points to us in their endeavors to teach us.  Since at that time, all that was available was the King James, those scriptures were taught  in those words.  Now, it a person decides they want to learn the scriptures of the New Living Translation (NLT) for example, there will be confusion when he or she is joined with someone who has learned the King James when their combined efforts to teach someone else is joined together.  I am sure that many people have been in the same situation as I have when I have gone to church and the preacher puts a verse on the board and we look it up so we can follow.  He is reading from the American Standard Version (ASV) and I am reading the King James Version. I find myself getting confused because he is reading different words and throwing off my concentration.  This is just one of the things that bothers me about using other translations.

I am sure that the motive people have for using other translations is pure.  I am not saying they are wrong for using them though many people would vehemently disagree.  My point in this is that it makes it too easy to get confused and less likely to commit scripture to memory.  It is hard enough to get people do spend time in the Bible learning the words of God. When you throw in 15 different translations, it is just another excuse not to read the Bible.  The devil beats us all in the name of being busy.  We are too busy with life to spend time in God’s word.  Add to this that the church cannot agree on a single translation of the Bible and you have confusion.

It is my contention that God never wanted confusion. Paul even said so much to the Corinthians.

“For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace, as in all churches of the saints. 1 Corinthians 14:33 KJV”

I am not saying that people are bad if they use different translations of the Bible but I am saying that potential is there for confusion to creep in.  If a person does not believe that one translation is right, it leaves open the door for a lack of faith.  In Romans 14 it says…

“And he that doubteth is damned if he eat, because he eateth not of faith: for whatsoever is not of faith is sin. Romand 14:23 KJV”

This scripture as others, needs to be read in its context. Never take a single scripture quoted to you at face value without first reading the whole chapter to get the context of the verse.  The point of me posting Romans 14:23 is to show that to a person that does not believe something to be righteous, and yet they still do it, to them it is sin.  The context of this verse relates to the rituals of one group putting more emphasis on one thing over another  in their worship to God.  It can be applied here in this context.  To me, the Authorized King James Version is the only version that “I” have complete faith in.  For that reason, when someone starts quoting some other translation to me, I leave with a question mark until I can get home and search to see what the King James version says.  When we bring multiple versions of the Bible into a group that already lacks the discipline to spend time learning God’s words, then I think the devil wins.  He succeeds in keeping Christians immature in their learning and so, keeps their testimony weak.  If I am wrong, then I apologize.  I just have a very strong conviction on this and I tend to shy away from web sites that quote other translations.  If I don’t have complete faith in its accuracy or application, then I tend to shy away from them.

I hope this post is not offensive and not taken as an attack by those that use other translations.  I am just telling you my reasoning and conviction.  If you disagree with my take on this, then there is nothing I can do. It was certainly not meant to single anyone or any translation out as being inaccurate.  That is another discussion.

Don't Be Angry

When I woke up yesterday, I knew how the election was going to turn out.  There are times when you just have a gut feeling how things are going to go.  I told a couple of coworkers this feeling yesterday and was pretty much scolded for even saying so.  Honestly, this outcome does not surprise me because the election is more of a symptom of a bigger problem. Two states passed laws legalizing marijuana use. Two states passed laws legalizing homosexual marriage.  Who won the Presidential position is a small sign of a bigger problem.  This election and the things that passed could not have happened if the people did not want it.  You can argue about media bias, or racial unrest, or any other legitimate claim but it does not address the true issue of what is going on in the world.   If we spent as much time reading the Bible as we did following politics and being part of the world, we would see that what is happening is supposed to be happening.  The Bible predicted these days several times.  In Matthew 24, Mark 13, Luke 21, Romans 1, etc.  Probably nothing says it better than 2 Thessalonians 2:3

Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition; KJV

Make sure you read the entire chapter in its context and not just the verse.  I really don’t like quoting individual versus without the whole chapter.  The main point in this verse that I am making a point of is the “falling away” part.  We, the church have fallen away.  We have conformed to this world in opposition to Romans 12:2

And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God. KJV

Just look around at the world and look at the church.  We have become the world.  We never speak of sin because we worry about offending others. We are so busy trying to be part of the world that we’ve lost our salt. Everywhere you look, the church is corrupt and so judgment has begun with us and we have brought it on ourselves just as it is spoken in 1 Peter 4:17

For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God? KJV

Instead of being angry about an election, we need to be looking deeper than that.  We have forsaken spending time in God’s word. Instead of being angry this morning, how about looking within and asking whether you have become part of the world like I have.  How could you be spending time in God’s word and not know that the world would fall away from God?  Let’s not forget 2 Corinthians 6:17…

Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you, KJV

Before you allow yourself to get angry, just remember that the same Bible that predicted the world we are living, also shows that God wins in the end.  Just dwell on that and be happy this morning. I wanted to post something more indepth this morning but I have to go to work.

Everything On The Table

I guess it is time to reveal the truth about my anti-Apple rants that you see from time to time on my blog, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc.  While my dislike of their company is genuine, my giving their fans a hard time is just fun that I have online because it is so entertaining.  There are certain things in life that are sure, such as death, taxes and that Apple fans cannot see anything but Apple.  Since this axiom exists, I say “have some fun with it”.  It is similar to an activity that many kids including myself use to do when we were young.  We use to go knock on someone’s door and then go hide.  The home owner would come out and look around a few times and then go back in.  The next time you do it, they come out yelling “I’ll get you!”.  The next time they are yelling “I am going to call the cops!”.  It is a mean thing to do to someone but it is so funny that you can’t help yourself.  Back before there was caller ID, this would work on the phone as well.  I am sure most of you have had that late night call from someone that was rude and saying inappropriate things on the phone.  I know that I have received them myself.  When the home owner hangs up, it is boring so the perpetrator goes somewhere else.  When the home owner yells and screams at them, they call back because it is funny to watch someone get wound up.  It is human nature to laugh when people get upset about things.  Most normal people mature beyond this point and realize that this activity causes undue stress on the victim.  Even though they may think it is funny, they withhold their laughter out of respect for the victim.

This teasing Apple fans that I do sometimes usually falls into this category.  I probably should have matured beyond this years ago but after dealing with some of the Apple fans that I have, it is too easy to play the game.  I liken Apple fans to some football fans.  They get so caught up in the game, that they forget that it is just a game.  The same can be said with Apple versus whatever.  At the end of the day, it is just a phone and nothing else. If someone chooses to pick Apple over say, Windows Phone or Android, it really doesn’t matter.  It is nothing more than taste, or at least it is to me.  Now my issues with Apple is that I don’t like them telling me, the customer what I want and what I don’t want. I don’t want them telling me what I can do with a product that I paid for.  This goes for some of Microsoft’s tricks as well.  Most Microsoft fans are not as militant as Apple fans though.  They rarely ever take the bait and so it gets boring.

Isn’t what I am doing being a bully?  I don’t think so because in reality, I don’t care if a person chooses one brand over another.  I know the world is just full  of stresses and I have learned that if you cannot laugh at them, you will go crazy.  Laughter can overcome most anything and if I have offended any of you Apple fans, I apologize.  It is a weakness of mine to have fun with people when they are so caught up in a product.  I am a graduate of the University of Oklahoma and as such, I have a unique view of the average Sooner fan.  Many of them are just like the Apple fans that I describe here.  Their entire world revolves around Sooner games and so if the Sooners are doing well, they are doing well.  I am also a Sooner fan and like to see them do well but if they lose, it is only a game.  I do struggle with having restraint to keep from teasing some of them when they get wound up.  Oklahoma State Cowboy fans are just as militant if not more so than Sooner fans.  Football season can be really fun if you work in an office where you have militant Sooner and Cowboy fans like I do. :)

Sometimes I know that I should tone down the teasing because there is a thing called “reaping what you sow”, “karma, etc”.  I know I have my own hot button issues so I have found myself getting bent out of shape on my own issues. I am mainly posting this to give an explanation of why I do it.  It is my weakness so now that you know it, you may want to refrain from reading that next post about your hot button issue or either understand that I am usually kidding you.  I have posted many times on this blog over the years how I use this blog for my own therapy.  I often vent my frustrations when I see media bias, political activism etc.  Keeping this in mind, you can see why a lot of my posts seem like I am on a rant at the world.  Many times I post when I am upset about something.  I rarely sit down and proof read my posts because I post as I go. I am too busy in life to be a journalist where I can sit down and write, re-read and post things.   This is my personal blog and I use it that way.  I do appreciate the comments that people post from time to time but I want you to know why I have this blog to begin with and understand my motivation for ripping into Apple fans this way.  Don’t take it too personal.  If it makes you feel better, I have an iPhone 4 and will admit to you that it is not a bad phone. I like many of the features on it.   I’ve read some of my rant posts after I cooled down and then laughed.  When I am calm and not in a rage, they sound like a raving lunatic at times. Nevertheless, I keep the posts online as a historical document of what was going on at that time.

I have to say, if you like to write, you should create a blog and be persistent in your posts.  It really is great therapy for a bad day at work. I’ve had an online web site since 1996 and had an actual blog since 2006 and love it.  While social networking sites are cool, your own website is yours and you can say what you want.  Many times if you speak your mind on third party sites, people can take it wrong and turn you in and you can lose your voice.  On your own site, you speak your mind.  Let them call you crazy because they will.  Heck, every time someone commits a crime or some big event happens, the media will use your words against you.  How can you go wrong there? :) Anyway, I just wanted to share a bit about my fun that I have and apologize to any of you that may take it personal.  What ever you do, don’t take anything you read on my blog to heart unless you are guilty of whatever I am saying :)  Thanks for listening on this long 1232 word post.

iOS6

Disclaimer: I hate Apple and everything they stand for.

Since I am stuck with Apple until my contract expires in May, I went ahead and upgraded my phone to iOS6 yesterday.  It seems to live up to my expectations of being crap.  The one thing that just irritates me more than most about Apple is their ongoing war with Google.  Regardless of how you feel about either company, the customer should be the number one concern.  People want to be able to use whatever app you want and are even willing to pay for them.  This new version is nothing more than another slap at the customer by taking away Google Maps to put their own map in there. I can see adding it and letting the customer choose but in typical fashion, Apple and their tyrannical regime strong arms the paying customer into what they want.  I’ve been upset with Apple for years and this is just another example of why.  You already cannot get access to Google Talk app on Apple.

Apple has the most over priced products of all time. There is zero justification for the price differential for their products.  Even if I were to concede their products were better quality which I cannot, there is no way you could say they were 100% better to justify their 100% increase in price.  The truth is that Apple products are not better quality at all.  It is nothing more than a taste issue.  It is like saying country music is better than rock. If you find someone that likes rock, they will laugh at you. The person that likes country will agree.

The fact that Apple tries to sue for everything that even looks similar is another reason to hate them.  My day is April 29th, 2013 where I am paroled from that sorry company. I will never own another Apple product again. I can barely stand the followers of Apple because they walk around with their heads in the clouds.

You may remember that I posted this video on November 25, 2011 where it so accurately portrays the average Apple fan.  Non Apple fans get this video completely because it is so true.  If you are an Apple fan, I am sorry to offend you but I told you in the disclaimer. If you read beyond that point, it is your own fault.  I have never owned an Apple computer, ipad, or ipod. I broke down and bought three iphones for myself, wife and my son. My son has already changed away and my wife and I are changing at the end of my contract.  I have to say that I have not seen anything on iOS6 that makes it worth the download. It took nearly two hours to upgrade two phones yesterday. Then when I got home, I upgraded my wife’s and it took about an hour.  About the only thing on there that I saw that was worth anything was the “Find my friends” app.  You can already do that with Google Latitude… Well, at least until Apple tries to strong arm the paying customer to use their product against their will.  There you have it. iOS6 is not worth the download.

Democrats Have No Shame

NOTE: If you are wondering why I will not say Democrat”ic”, please refer to this post.

First let me explain the meaning and significance of this video. It is no secret that the modern Democrats are anti-God and anti-Israel. Anyone who has been awake over the last 10 years could easily see this.  The Democrats quietly changed their party platform this year to remove the word “God” and also remove a reference to Jerusalem being the capital of Israel.  They thought they could get away with it without any fanfare but they forgot that one of their main constituents are liberal Jews in America.  They were not going to sit quietly while the reference to Jerusalem was taken out of their party platform.  Eventually this was becoming a news story and I am certain that someone at the top, likely Obama wanted to get it off the news.  I know that Obama does not like Christianity or Israel no matter how many times he tries to say the opposite.  A person’s actions speak louder than words and Obama is constantly putting down Christians in speeches, interviews, etc.  He is constantly apologizing to Arab countries for our country while at the same time being very disrespectful to our biggest ally in the middle East, Israel.

Nevertheless, Obama in his attempt to make himself look good on his convention to nominate him, he certainly does not want controversy in the news about his party opposing God and Jerusalem being the capital of Israel.  It is my opinion that he grudgingly told them to put it back in just to get the story out of the news.  To make an amendment to the party platform, it takes a two thirds majority vote of the delegates to vote for it.  We know that is impossible to do considering the modern day Democrats despise God and Israel.  Before watching this  you need to understand the context.  The statement that was being added was…

“We need a government that stands up for the hopes, values and interests of working people and gives everyone willing to work hard the chance to make the most of their God-given potential.”

This was not a statement praising God, or giving any reverence to Him whatsoever.  All they were doing was acknowledging that a person’s potential is “God given.  Even acknowledging this is so offensive to Democrats that it virtually ruined their convention.  As sad as this makes me, it truly is a good thing to happen because it allows people to see just how hate filled these people are toward God and anything related to Him.

In this video you can see how this vote went.  They were going by an audible vote and obviously did not educate the delegates on how this game was suppose to play.  The delegates were voting their true beliefs while the leadership was pretending to have an honest vote.  Watch how the Los Angeles Mayor tries to coax them into voting Aye, by emphasizing the word and saying “No” with less emphasis.

The “NO” vote won so he is confused how to handle it.  He tries again and once again the “NO” wins again. He is still even more stunned that the “NO” vote won again.  Listen to the woman that walks up behind him and says “Let them do what they have to do”.  He votes a third time and the “NO” vote is louder than ever and yet he declares the initiative wins by an affirmative vote.  Wow!  This is as blatant of a failed staged vote as anything I have ever seen.  In a rare showing the Democrats true colors come to the surface without the national media covering it up for them.  The people managed to see the Democrats for Communists they really are.

 

I’ve long known that the Democrats that my grandparents supported were not the same Democrats of today. The modern Democrats are nothing more than Communists that if they got their way, we would all be government employees making the same income whether your career was a doctor or a crack smoker. You would not have the opportunity to build your own business and succeed the way you can now.  When Obama proclaimed “You didn’t build that”, he was wishful thinking of what life would be like if he managed to get his dream world.  This event that happened yesterday is a classic example of what I am talking about. It is all about power and nothing else.

My exposing the shamefulness of the Democrats is not an endorsement of Republicans although in this case, we have no choice but to vote for them because Obama MUST GO.  I could not let this hypocrisy go without being exposed.

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