Thursday, April 26, 2007

Gun violence solved ! ! ! ! ! !

It's all here, (somewhere)

What Are You Going to Do about Gun Violence?
Keep Up the Pressure: Our Leaders Need to Do More than Offer Condolences

We Can Do Something about Gun Violence.
See Brady in the News.

Dear C. Y.,

I'm charged up after my appearance with Jim on CBS's Face the Nation Sunday morning. And I'm even more excited that so many of you have taken action in the wake of last week's tragic shootings at Virginia Tech.

More than 50,000 calls and emails have been made to our elected leaders to ask them "What are YOU going to do about gun violence," including thousands to President Bush, Speaker Pelosi, and Majority Leader Reid.

This pressure is absolutely critical if we don't want our leaders to retreat and do nothing after offering condolences.

So thank you! But we need to keep that momentum going. Please support our efforts today.

Why do we have to keep the pressure on? Because every day in America, 32 people are murdered by guns. The same number that was killed last Monday.

A supporter last week had the great idea of asking her friends to donate $32 to the Brady Campaign. So we are asking you to do the same now. Please give $32 today.

Despite the daily toll of gun deaths, Congress has done nothing. And to help your Brady Campaign keep the heat on Congress, we are asking you for your financial support right now.

As a nation, we can do better. And to keep the dialogue going and the momentum building to find a solution, please keep asking the question "What are YOU going to do about gun violence in America?"


Sarah Brady, Chair
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence

Someone tell the ignorant twit, should that be capitalized "Ignorant Twit"?

But anyway, someone needs to tell the Ignorant Twit she should be pushing to make murder illegal. That way I can enjoy my guns and she can continue to beg for money every time some gets murdered.

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Friday, April 20, 2007

Hot off the wires . . . .

This just in: Disney to hold press conference at 10:00 a.m. today. Word on the street is that Disney will apologize for the Seven Dwarfs singing "Hi Ho, Hi Ho" in the movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Disney plans to remove all items, currently for sale, associated with this movie. This includes books, dolls, and movies.

Later in the week the Seven Dwarfs will appear on the Al Sharpton radio show to apologize and undergo a 7 hour grilling.

Je$$ee Jack$son has not been contacted for comment on this. His office stated that he and his personal secretary were attending a meeting in the Bahamas. However, people at PUSH hinted that a large protest is being scheduled at Disney World.

Snow White could not be reached for comment.

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

What's Sarah Brady's answer to evil??

Send money!! It's an opportunity to ask for more donations.

"This is a college Columbine."
-Virginia Tech Student, Fox Television News, April 16, 2007

Dear C. Y. ,

Yesterday, we witnessed America's worst mass shooting on the campus of Virginia Tech. Thirty-three students and faculty were killed, including the gunman. At least fifteen more were wounded.

How many deaths and injuries must we endure before our nation's elected officials act to end gun violence? We must ask our leaders: "What are you going to do about it?" What are you going to do to make our schools, workplaces, and communities safe from gun violence?

President George W. Bush said yesterday that schools should be a place of "safety and sanctuary for every student," but he and other national leaders do nothing to ensure that safety. They provide condolences, and then do nothing to stop future tragedies.

Eight years ago this week, we watched in horror as students at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado fled a mass shooting. Twelve students and one teacher were killed. Just seven months ago, five girls were gunned down in a school in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

These aren’t isolated incidents. February 12, 2007, Salt Lake City: A teen opens fire in a mall killing five and wounding four. On the same day in Philadelphia: Three men fatally shot and a fourth wounded at a board meeting. January 11, 2007, Indianapolis: A man shoots four fellow employees. The list goes on and on.

There are common threads in all of these tragedies — it is much too easy for the wrong people to get high-powered, deadly weapons and our leaders fail to do anything about the problem.

It is urgent that you email or call your elected officials today.
They must hear that you want action to keep guns out of the wrong hands.

Please make as many of these phone calls as you can:

President George W. Bush 202-456-1414 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi 202-225-0100 Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid 202-224-5556

The message for all three calls is simple:

It is much too easy for the wrong people to get deadly weapons in this country. It is time for you to take steps to end gun violence to prevent tragedies like the one at Virginia Tech.

If you can't make the calls, you can click here to send an email, which will go to the President, the Speaker, the Majority Leader, as well as your U.S. Senators and Representative. One click will email all six of them.

The Brady Campaign is working nonstop to get the message out that there are solutions to gun violence. We can ban military-style assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition clips that make it so easy to kill quickly . . . we can require Brady background checks for all gun sales, including at gun shows . . . we can stop large-volume gun sales that supply illegal gun traffickers. These are just some of the steps we can take to make it harder for the wrong people to get guns.

We are building a crescendo of public outcry to ensure that action is taken. We are aggressively rallying support among allies for our solutions. And we need your continued support to make it happen. Please make a contribution now to keep the momentum going. When you do, a generous donor will match your gift.

Gun violence is a solvable problem. We know it won’t be easy. But we can make it harder for the wrong people to get their hands on guns through strong gun laws.

It is time for our nation’s leaders have courage to say "no" to the gun lobby's mantra of any gun, anywhere, at anytime for anyone, while wrapping it in distortions about "freedom" and "liberty."

Americans have the right to live free from the constant fear of gun violence. Please take a moment to forward this email to friends and families.

Thank you for your support.

Your Friends at StopTheNRA

What an ignorant twit.

When are people going to realize there is "evil" out there and until there is a reliable test for "evil" we are basically stuck with it.

What can we do about it? Don't sit on your a$$ and wait, for one thing. Prepare yourself to deal with it. If you want to call 911 and wait for help it's your choice but instead of passing one more stupid law "for the children" get off your a$$ and take on "evil" with something besides a phone.

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Jihad movie

Watch this and then comment.

As long as you are at it, view this.

Sunday, April 08, 2007


Definition of a Bloodhound:
Life support for a nose.

I wish I could say that glow from behind his head is a halo but Joker is no angel.

Thursday, April 05, 2007

I wanna go outside!

2 bloodhounds
1 basset
1 lab
all waiting to go outside.

Ever wonder where the "2 much dog hair" came from ????

(There's two mini-dauchsunds in the other room.)

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Urine test email

I'm sure you've seen this email making the rounds. It arrived a couple of days ago in our email:

Urine test

"Like a lot of folks in this state I have a job. I work, they pay me.

I pay my taxes and the government distributes my taxes as it sees fit.

In order to get that paycheck, I am required to pass a random urine test, with which I have no problem. What I do have a problem with is the distribution of my taxes to people who don't have to pass a urine test.

Shouldn't one have to pass a urine test to get a welfare check because I have to pass one to earn it for them??

Please understand, I have no problem with helping people get back on their feet. I do on the other hand have a problem with helping someone sitting on their ass.

Could you imagine how much money the state would save if people had to pass a urine test to get a public assistance check?????

Where I work we aren't yet required to do random urine tests. We may be required to take one if we are involved in an accident with a company car or in another incident involving the company and we're thinking it won't be long until they become random.

Personally I couldn't care less except I haven't seen a policy on how would handle a positive result, especially since I'm sure they won't be spending the money for the best test available.

So, going back to the email, who would pay for the tests? How would they handle positives results, especially false positives? Retests?

I also agree with the general gist of the email, it would just take some planning.

Monday, April 02, 2007