June 24, 2017

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“Religious” Tolerance? Nah, Normalizing Lunacy

Recently the Maine Legislature passed a bill that would permit a small cult that calls themselves Quakers to NOT wear the blaze orange that hunters have worn for years that has proven to save lives. According to the Quaker cult, their “religion” disallows them to wear “bright clothing.”  Therefore the Legislature, in their infinite wisdom, and God knows they are amply endowed, passed a bill that exempts them from wearing the orange in exchange for wearing “bright” red. This, of course, is insanity at its finest, but then again aren’t we now living in a post normal society where we have normalized lunacy? The reality is nobody recognizes the lunacy….because it is all “normal.”

Here’s further proof. A man in Arizona has been allowed to have his drivers license photo taken of him wearing a metal colander on his head. “This subjugated monotheistic religious minority believe a giant, omniscient spaghetti monster that lives in the sky created the universe and has complete control of its fate.”

Perhaps out of “respect” for these lunatics – and I’m also referring to the lunatics who pass bills and allow such nonsense – this “free” country should mandate that at least one day out of the year everyone wear “bright” red and a metal colander on their head.

I have two words for all of them…..but I won’t print it.

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Actual Copy of Comey Memo

It wasn’t easy, but the last day or so I have been scouring every source available to come up with a copy of the Comey memo that proves Trump asked Comey to stop his investigation of Flynn. I feel 100% certain that is copy is of the real thing. I spent a great deal of money to authenticate the handwriting. And, I got it on the Internet and I have it on good authority it originated on Facecrook!

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Trump Lies and Utter Climate Change Nonsense: The World is Insane and You Are Being Duped

Press Release from Sen. Maria Cantwell, ranking member of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources:

Cantwell To Trump: Protect Our Planet With The Same Zeal You Protect Your Golf Courses

Trump Cited ‘Global Warming And Its Effects’ in Application To Build a Sea Wall Around His Irish Golf Course

Download a PDF of Sens. Cantwell’s letter here.

Washington, D.C. – Today, Ranking Member of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) wrote to President Trump about his differing approach to combating climate change as a businessman compared to his positions and actions as a politician.

“Taking measures to protect your own assets from climate change while simultaneously sabotaging our nation’s efforts to do the same is duplicitous and unacceptable,” Senator Cantwell writes. “Today I am asking Donald Trump, the President, to acknowledge what Donald Trump, the businessman–and 97% of the world’s scientists–already know: climate change is real and we must do something about it. If you do that, I am confident we can work together to protect the American people and economy from the fallout associated with climate change with the same zeal you’ve shown for protecting your golf courses.”

According to the Government Accountability Office (GAO), climate change has already resulted in rising sea levels and severe weather events that are occurring more frequently and with greater intensity. They advise that the U.S. needs a national strategy to fight climate change, maximize investments, achieve efficiencies, and better position the government for success. However, Trump’s funding priorities in the FY 2018 budget proposal and changes to federal programs and policies from executive actions will decrease the federal government’s ability to address climate risks and increase taxpayer fiscal exposure.

See the full GAO report comparing Trump’s America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again and the March 28, 2017 Executive Order on Promoting Energy Independence and Economic Growth with GAO’s Limiting The Federal Government’s Fiscal Exposure by Better Managing Climate Change Risks HERE.

“As thousands gather in Washington, D.C., this weekend to express the need to take decisive action to address climate change, I write out of profound concern regarding your recent Executive Orders and directives that recklessly propose to rescind and eliminate policies designed to address the long-term economic costs of carbon pollution,” Senator Cantwell continued.

“This appears to be a fact you have acknowledged, when it comes to protecting your own assets. According to reports, you applied to build a 200,000-ton rock wall to protect one of your golf courses in Europe from, as the application states, “an increase in sea level rise as a result of global warming.”

The full text of the letter can be read below and found here.

Dear Mr. President:

As thousands gather in Washington, D.C., this weekend to express the need to take decisive action to address climate change, I write out of profound concern regarding your recent Executive Orders and directives that recklessly propose to rescind and eliminate policies designed to address the long-term economic costs of carbon pollution. You’ve recognized these costs when it comes to your own business interests; but these same impacts are threatening the American economy.

Data prepared by the Rhodium Group and the World Resources Institute suggest that the policies announced during your first 100 days in office will, by 2025, increase annual U.S. emissions of greenhouse gases by 900 megatons – more than Germany’s total emissions. Your actions will raise annual global emissions by 2%, causing even greater damage.

I was deeply dismayed to learn earlier this spring that, when pressed about the economic impacts of sea level rise and extreme weather, senior White House officials responsible for briefing the contents of your March 28 Executive Order on climate change reflected ignorance of their associated costs.

I was also shocked to hear OMB Director Mulvaney tell a group of reporters that government programs designed to prevent and minimize the impact of climate change are “a waste of [taxpayer] money.”

According to the U.S. Global Change Research Program’s National Climate Assessment, ignoring the threat of climate change will cost U.S. taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars. This is because of the increasing frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, which will grow more costly over time.

This appears to be a fact you have acknowledged, when it comes to protecting your own assets. According to reports, you applied to build a 200,000-ton rock wall to protect one of your golf courses in Europe from, as the application states, “an increase in sea level rise as a result of global warming.”

Out of similar concerns, Senator Collins and I have asked the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to evaluate what it will cost the Federal government to respond to the damage caused by climate change. That analysis is due to be completed this summer, and I strongly suggest you pay attention to its conclusions. The attached analyses compiled by GAO paint a very stark picture.

For example, without mitigation, climate change is expected to cause $5 trillion in damage to coastal properties in the next 75 years. Coastal damage will be one of the largest drivers in federal climate change-related spending—totaling a projected $78 billion by late century just in coastal disaster relief. As you know well, Mar-a-Lago is located on a barrier island off the Florida coast. These are the kinds of locations particularly vulnerable to catastrophic weather events.

But in addition, flood insurance costs are expected to rise. And as the GAO has noted, “the federal government owns and manages facilities and land vulnerable to climate change–DOD alone estimates its property replacement value is close to $850 billion.” Moreover, it’s estimated policies that further delay needed reductions in greenhouse gas emissions will cost our economy $150 billion a year.

Mr. President, the economic impacts of rising sea level and extreme weather are precisely the kind of phenomena that require us to take collective action to address climate change. Taking measures to protect your own assets from climate change while simultaneously sabotaging our nation’s efforts to do the same is duplicitous and unacceptable.

Today I am asking Donald Trump, the President, to acknowledge what Donald Trump, the businessman–and 97% of the world’s scientists–already know: climate change is real and we must do something about it. If you do that, I am confident we can work together to protect the American people and economy from the fallout associated with climate change with the same zeal you’ve shown for protecting your golf courses.

I look forward to your response.

Sincerely,

Maria Cantwell
United States Senator

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Hollyweird Insanity

I remember reading a long time ago how “Liberalism” is a mental disorder. That might be, but when one honestly considers such a statement, isn’t that qualification based on the perception of someone a “Liberal” would perceive as having a mental disorder?

Leftism, is another thing, although few recognize and understand that. I’ll save that for a future discussion along with why “Liberalism” is not liberalism.

Hollywood rightfully deserves the label “Hollyweird,” because they are. Many there are insane, some are mentally unstable making it better understood that they have gone off the deep edge because Donald Trump was elected president. What confuses all of this is the simple fact all of these people are actors. In other words they are professional fakers. So what does this mean? Hell if I know.

But for those having trouble understanding how and why anyone, in this case Hollywood, would get so upset because someone who is just like them got selected to be president of the United States, consider what has happened to many of these same people while among themselves, honoring themselves as a way of justifying their perversions of life in general.

One could argue that the carrying on so about Trump is theater performed by actors, but was this the same thing when, during the Oscars, not only was somebody incapable of providing the correct “envelope” to give the presenters, but neither of the two presenters were intelligent enough to understand something wasn’t right (if they could read?) and make an adjustment mid-stream.

But, BFD! Who cares? People make mistakes. We’ve seen it before. But not if you are hollyweird! Their tiny, useless, perverted, Satanic world, from their perspective, is falling in around them. This appears to be their Armageddon.

And now you better understand the insanity of these sick people over Donald Trump.

2 Thessalonians 2:10-12 –10 And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. 11And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: 12That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.

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A Clear Example of How Environmentalists Want to “Change the Way We Discuss Wildlife Management”

I have two words to say to those who think, for one second, for any reason, that this should be allowed to happen. My God! Heavenly Father what has this world become? Come quickly I pray…I beg!

And pay very close attention because the major EnvironMENTAL organizations of this severely disturbed, evil world support this action to save some animals.

What are we?

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There is Insanity All Around Me, But I am Not Insane

Shamelessly I must confess that last evening I was watching old reruns of Star Trek on TV. The one I watched was titled, “Frame of Mind.” I’ll skip the morbid and ridiculous details of the how and why and focus on what prompted me to share my observations.

The actor, playing an officer on board the Starship Enterprise, had been chosen to play a part in a play on board the ship. In one scene he is talking with an actor doctor. It doesn’t take long to realize that his role was of a mentally ill patient. At a point in his lines he speaks very loudly and says, “…there is insanity all around me, but I’m not insane!”

I can relate to that, however, if one is insane but doesn’t recognize their own insanity, then who is insane? I feel constantly that insanity is all around me, and that I am not insane – I know I am not insane. But, if those who are insane, and don’t know they are insane, i.e. when insanity becomes sanity and vice-versa, then to them, I become the insane. Which is….insane.

Do you know whether you are sane or not? And what is your barometer in making your determination?

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Sanity is Insanity

Shortly after I got out of bed this morning, I turned on the local news to catch a weather forecast (I wanted to find out how much longer I had to live with global warming before it killed me…wink, wink). There was a news story about protesters in North Dakota objecting to an oil pipeline. The protesters got violent and began burning things. It appears that local law enforcement decided to get out the water cannons and disperse the crowd. Temperatures were in the 20s, the report said.

The reporter told listeners that law enforcement went too far in dealing with the violent, destructive protesters because the water on them, on a cold night, might have caused some to suffer hypothermia.

Yes, by all means! They should just do nothing and let the protesters burn down everything in site.

What a messed up world we live in! The Great Deception I suppose. Idolatry and Paganism, the “Secret” Babylon rules while most “Believers” have it all wrong by participating in it.

INSANITY!

But….

Don’t Go Look!

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No Need to Publish Letters About Publishing Photos of Dead Deer

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Warning! The photo to the left can be viewed as offensive and an influence to your moral compass. To continue reading, first, grow up.

This morning my inbox contained a link to a Letter to the Editor published in a Maine newspaper from someone that I believe is a faculty member at Thomas College. The letter was aimed at chastising the editorial staff of the paper for printing photographs of dead deer in their newspaper, stating that they, “find it very disturbing to open the paper and find pictures of slaughtered animals and don’t understand why those of us who have moral objections to hunting need to be involuntarily exposed to these pictures.”

One cannot argue that this person, at least states, that they find photographs of dead deer – and I would presume the same for all dead animals – bothersome and has difficulty viewing them. At same time, argument can reasonably be made that this person, if they are a college professor at a Maine college, lives in a state where deer hunting has, for many decades, been a rite of passage for residents and publishing photos of  “dead deer” in local newspapers is part of that rite of passage. We are in a constant state of war. The newspapers always contain images of war and the collateral damage of war. I wonder if this same person has the same moral objections to viewing dead bodies of men and women?

The bigger picture is what is most disturbing. We now live in a society in which the mindset is one of entitlement, combined with censorship (political correctness), and the selfish desire to force all others to one’s own way of thinking. This comes because respect and an understanding and appreciation of the interests of other people, has gone missing – more than likely by design.

We can also see an extreme case of this in the aftermath of another national “selection” for a new president. I recall when Barack Obama was “selected” as president, the false left was happy while the false right lamented the thought of this person being president of the United States for 4 or 8 years. With the tide changing, the false right is happy and the false left is struggling to get over it and in some cases resorting to violence to protest what appears to be something they know little about. But I’ll save that discussion for another day.

Back to the dead deer photos. If a newspaper caved to the whims of every unstable individual, who thinks of themselves as the author of all things “moral” and stopped publishing photos they believed to be of the interest of the majority of their readers, the paper would be void of all photos, for surely with little effort, an irrational weak person can find any photo disturbing and would have moral objections to what they represent while claiming involuntary subjection to viewing the pictures. How silly and childish!

I Corinthians 13:11 reads, When I was a child, I spake as a child: I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.Once it was thought, without much  discussion, that a person who held a position as a staff member of a college, had grown up and put away childish things. Evidently not.

Perhaps the author’s real intent was to offer disparagement toward the event of hunting and those that participate in it. A grown up would simply state such a position and offer rational discourse in support of their position, rather than bang their heads on the table, in a display of childish behavior, demanding the newspaper take away pictures and protect her from being “subjected” to what she considers the immoralities of others. Unfortunately, that grown-up behavior seems to be in short supply as any sane person can realize by simply opening their eyes.

I don’t read newspapers any longer because, as a grown man, I understand that its content is propaganda and full of things that are offensive and certainly what I would classify as immoral. Should I choose to open one up, I fully expect to find as I describe. The same adult behavior would prevent me from banging my head demanding my way at the expense of all others. I can only alter my own behavior as has always been the same way of existing in a state of sanity.

I doubt that the newspapers are going to alter what they publish because one reader has been offended…or has a related mission to end hunting. Such actions prove that insanity runs rampant throughout our perverted society.

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Off-Road Insanity and Media Insanity

I was sent a link to a story of how a couple, “from away,” traveling in a “tour bus,” with 22 dogs, followed their GPS and ended up on a snowmobile trail in northern Maine…stuck.

Insanity? It is insane that anybody should be traveling in a tour bus with 22 dogs. Yes, that’s insanity. Why is it insane? Because the Maine media, all of them, report on the incident of how the couple got rescued by police and game wardens, only mentioning the difficulties in places in norther Maine of using a GPS to travel.

No mention of 22 dogs. Insanity! It is the normal.

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