Just Let Me -- G -- Indoctrinate You!

Thursday, October 27, 2016

It's So Shines a Good Deed in a Weary World Thing

Dear America,

there is a right choice and a wrong choice coming up

even if your vote merely confirms the #neverhillary sentiment, a TRUMP PENCE Partnership for PRESIDENT ticket is the only choice.

Similar to the swirling positions and opinions of  the TPP agreement, the course ahead is not clear either way.  Whether the confusion comes from the lines being somewhat blurred between who's for it before they were against it, who's against it before they were for it, to compiling a long list of what if's in pros and cons, or just giving up entirely with a what difference at this point does it make attitude -- we are experiencing high anxiety.

But here's the good news of what we know -- one move will lead to another move which will lead to another move, all of which are totally unknown at this time.

It doesn't really matter to the lay person, the one just sitting back simply wanting his/her side to win -- all this back and forth, back and forth, calls for the proverbial hands up in the air with a sudden show of ambivalence...as in, just make it stop!  I beg of you...   

Eventually, the whole thing -- from who is being policy wise and messaging foolish, to who is being messaging wise and policy foolish  --  becomes so garbled and misunderstood, nobody really knows what it means once implemented or,  what it might actually do to us by way of repercussions or missteps, good, bad or indifferent.  One thing's for sure, however, and that is, from everyone's unique perspective, it's just not a straight hop across the board and you're there.  That's not even in the realm of possibility.

It's like the game of checkers, really.

At the very start, somebody makes a move; and then the other.  It is one variable after another, leading us across an ocean, in hopes of getting crowned in the making of a brand new world.  For only from there, lies the option of going forwards and backwards with the freedom of holding a wee bit more power over the other player...hello, clear and present danger.  Instantly, the game changes.  Bigly.

But it's things like this that makes a girl go catatonic ... the latest noise of making a 'new deal' for the African-American community, totally out of the blue.   It's like, c'mon Donald -- don't go all  Roosevelt, on us (take your pick).  Don't go sayin' you are planning to go big government and do the very things conservatives have been clamoring to make aright for decades!

....Government does not make any money, nor has any money, without taking the money from the people who actually make the money -- the tax payers!  Not to mention, your tactics are transparent; you are doing the very thing you scolded Hillary for doing for the last thirty years... pandering to the black community but never actually improving anything...yet.   But above all -- republicans take pride in the concept of treating all people the same, we don't cater to the needs of a few without taking care of the needs of the all in equal portion, as in conservative policy is universally good for everyone.   So the play on the table -- take it or leave it --- is either to a move to the left or to the right, which way do you really want to go?

Now, it is my belief, Trump has his heart in the right place (but who am I to know that, right).  But having said that, this girl also believes, what he really needs to do is make his moves from a true conservative mindset -- and that attribute just doesn't come naturally.  

And why is that?  Because the true nature of the Donald is neither right or wrong, black or white, he is simply a player.  He makes his moves in the moment, often flying by the seat of his pants, with an occasional gut check, maybe, of course, who wouldn't listen to the intuition first, right...  

Many times he is spot on!  Other times, he drifts a wee bit and right into a tight spot!  He thrives on the risk, the element of surprise, the making of things large and small, and the brilliance of his own masterful ideas coming to life.  It is a game to him and it is fun.  And best of all, he likes to win [that should prove to be beneficial for America in the long run...].

And notice he doesn't really stay in one place for very long (this might be a good thing, if elected president, right).  He seems to be quick to get to the next level, like any gamer.  Always, taking things up a notch, always testing how far he can go, and never really looking back with regret.  I mean, why should he?  The journey itself makes the Donald who he is.  And he is proud of himself.  And last but not least, the Donald has grandchildren, too. 

And then again, maybe what we're really talking about is the games he doesn't play....there is that. 

It scares the living daylights out of me... this thing called Trump. He is that unpredictable, indeed.  He thrives on breaking a few rules and mixing things up.  He goes by the nothing ventured, nothing gained philosophy and is still standing...move after move after move, the unknown becomes known and wealth seems to follow.


Hillary is, was, never could be -- an option.  Never.

But let me be even more clear -- anyone from the right side of the board who votes for her, or doesn't go to the polls simply because it doesn't feel right, should have their head examined. You might as well crown the entire opposition and make them king.  Having completely lost your minds, not only will you be to blame for the loss election night, but in one fell swoop, be directly tied to the making of the very conditions  for America's demise.  A vote for Hillary or against Trump paves the way for evil; rest assured, another four to eight years of the ongoing, unconscionable, unprecedented, progressive march from sea to shining sea will leave us in ruins, I kid you not.  

And the grandest of games ever played will be over for good.

A more eloquent take on where we are at, just ten days away from 300 million of us (give or take a few dead people and another cool million illegals voting...) making the most important move of our lives, can be found a hop, skip and a jump over to one of my favorite roadside posts along the world wide web.... @The Patriot Post....Alexander, How Will You Vote?

Please take the time to read it before jumping to your next big thing today...

indeed..."so shines a good deed in a weary world."

think of it this way my little game stoppers -- a vote for Trump is simply passing the test, like Charlie....tee hee

oh, we have so much time and so little to do...scratch that, reverse it...

Make it a GOOD Day, G

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

It's a Worm Thing

Dear America,

you know, a long long blog ago, we spent a fair amount of time lamenting the loss of respect to a certain group, linked by unpopular common denominators  -- "the white, heterosexual, republican, male [WHRM's]"  At the time, this, generally speaking, male muse on the day was from a bumper sticker seen about town. 

But I got to thinking about it some more.

We might as well just call them worms, right?  I mean, the Left would have us believe that, anyway; everything that is wrong about America can be attributed to the rather sub-par traits associated with this one, slimy, ghastly, nasty, subgroup, end of story, not open for discussion, they are the scum of the earth...these worms.  In a perfect world, the Left would bury them to where the sun don't shine and keep them there.

How dare they be white...heterosexual, even...republican, ugh....and male....ew.

Oh yes, this is the age that celebrates hard fought diversity....indeed, but can I get a "yeah, right" --and the more sarcasm the better.

Engaging the times, with the assist of mainstream media and the leftist entourage of social media websites, the country continues to rock hypocrisy daily -- preaching diversity and co-existence en masse ...while assaulting, by shove or by tongue, all people who don't fit into the leftist universe.

Let's take a hard look at what happened at Berkeley just a couple days ago, shall we?
And to do just that, let's start @ Hot Air.

Welcome to the return of segregation, folks.  It's no longer good enough just to yellow tape safe spaces, to protect and to serve certain segments of the population who get a wee bit offended by anyone else who would dare to voice an opinion different than their own. While this growing movement, pitting boundaries between the free exchange of ideas and the ears of those of weak constitutions, bears just how little our culture has evolved. Matter of fact, in a manner of speaking, we are going steadily backwards.

Within the highlights of the lowlights characterized by the student body at Berkeley -- it appears that the sum of our parts are a'changin once again; as if dissecting the population by the color of one's skin has ever been a good idea...can I get an amen?

And lookie here -- in the midst of all this nonsense -- is a new acronym [for me, anyway].


which protests for...
intersex [one's physical sex characteristics are not exclusively male or female]
ally [exactly what it says it is, an ally to the LGBTQIA community.  That's so inclusive, isn't it?]

it's like, seriously?

Also, this is fascinating -- and it's about the Q.
Apparently, you can only self-identify using the Q; you can't be called a queer by someone else.  And if you, say, advertise yourself to be part of this Q special species, than what you are saying to the rest of us is that you know you don't fall into any conventional sexual or gender norms, simply recognizing you are different...and namely, queer.  

Which reminds of a once upon a time great show on television...Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.  Loved the show.  Loved the message.  Loved the learning back and forth between the straight guys and the queer-eyed guys and its audience.  It was well done and should be glorified for its ability to bring worlds together -- not split apart like a bad plaid competing against gold lam'a.
When looking at this thing that happened at Berkeley...juxtaposed with the Black Lives Matter [a movement that directly conflicts against Blue Lives. as well as, white lives as a whole] -- my head begins to spin.

How in the world can we be volunteering as a country to go backwards...after all we have learned about ourselves, after all the talk (both sides of the aisle) of what we "value,"  after all this time supposedly "evolving?"    How is this okay?

Enough with the labels and acronyms that divide us by the very things that should never ever matter! By who we sleep with?  
By gender clarity?  
By who we ally with and who we don't?  
By if we don't care about being attracted to anyone at all?  
and oh by the way, get lambasted and pummeled into submission -- not allowed to speak, walk this way, or challenge any cultural changes America makes ---if we actually lean more conventional in any of these areas, and happen to be openly a conservative, to boot?  worms. worms. worms.

And what really happens in the gap that belongs to the white, heterosexual, republican girl...just curious.  I feel so lost, so unaccepted, so ostracized; where's my safe space, where's my GA, my ally? 

that stands for "just kidding,"  just in case you don't know, alright... IKR.

This girl isn't lost; and not only that -- she just so happens to put on her big girl pants ever single day.
I don't need a label.
I don't need a safe space.
I don't need protection against hearing opinions that I will never in my life agree with, k.

I also believe, that on some days we just have to create our own sunshine more than others; and if more people understood this, than maybe, just perhaps, more people would understand the essential part we each play when placed in direct proximity with the whole -- as in our daily interactions, what we say, what we do, whether for each other or for ourselves.  This is the kind of stuff that matters.

Given the protests upon protests upon protests -- pretty soon, the protests will be happening in a forest of protests.  Which only means, eventually, no one protest will be heard over another.  The audience will just turn dark -- and the message(s) will be muffled, at best.  

The funny thing is -- and warning:  this returns swiftly to the roots of my manly musings -- 
worms love the dark.  Worms make magic.... in the dark.  Worms actually thrive...in the dark.

We might just be witnessing the ground floor of a new grassroots movement here, if we aren't careful. All this talk might even lead to a new flag -- a version 2.0 of don't tread on me, right.

Our founders must be rolling in the dirt; this was not the plan, nor are things anywhere close to the semblance of the level of virtue back behind the first protest, one worthy of creating a bloody revolution...that ultimately led us to a Civil War.. which ultimately led us to the marches of one Martin Luther King, Jr...which ultimately led to the first black president of the United States of America.  

For in all cases -- the choice was not split into multiple factions by agenda or sex or gender approved, but merely two:  Doing the right thing and Doing the wrong thing...for all Americans, one body, e pluribus unum.

What is truly sad -- even our president apparently requires a "safe space"; even our president doesn't have the constitution to hear ideas different than his own; even our president makes disparaging remarks against the conservative opposition, ridiculing the right at every opportunity he gets.  

[What Obama (+ the Left) will never understand, let alone appreciate, let alone even demonstrably decide to co-exist with at any given time ---- is that the rest of us, the ones who actually understood what he meant when he said "we are five days away from fundamental transformation," really did want all of his leftist ideas to fail because these ideas not only have been PROVEN to have failed before, but these ideas, implemented, are truly wrong for ALL Americans even today! No acronyms required.  Period.]  [See also, the anti-free enterprise, anti-limited government, venture called Obamacare, just for seconds.]

But now look at me -- just getting so carried away...

so let me just end with this -- love you, man!   ALL of you.  no matter GBTQIA+ or WHRM/BHRM/HHRM/AHRM...worms of black, brown, yellow, red descent... [of course, UNapologetically left out the  L...but how ridiculous would that be, right.]

Make it a Good Day, G

Monday, October 24, 2016

It's a Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death Thing

Dear America,

happy monday.

let's begin the week going to the depths of what's at stake in just two weeks...
and it comes directly from the mouth of Patrick Henry, March 23, 1775, in a speech delivered to the Virginia House of Commons: [g note:  the pink italicized is just me being G; and the pink highlight within the text is just the parts this girl really, really likes, like a lot] 

MR. PRESIDENT: No man thinks more highly than I do of the patriotism, as well as abilities, of the very worthy gentlemen who have just addressed the House. But different men often see the same subject in different lights; and, therefore, I hope it will not be thought disrespectful to those gentlemen if, entertaining as I do, opinions of a character very opposite to theirs, I shall speak forth my sentiments freely, and without reserve. This is no time for ceremony. The question before the House is one of awful moment to this country. For my own part, I consider it as nothing less than a question of freedom or slavery; and in proportion to the magnitude of the subject ought to be the freedom of the debate. It is only in this way that we can hope to arrive at truth, and fulfil the great responsibility which we hold to God and our country. Should I keep back my opinions at such a time, through fear of giving offence, I should consider myself as guilty of treason towards my country, and of an act of disloyalty toward the majesty of heaven, which I revere above all earthly kings.
and don't we just love the 'gentleman-speak'...what a splendid age it was!  can you just imagine it, if the presidential campaign of 2016 assumed the same level of decorum and elegance...
Mr. President, it is natural to man to indulge in the illusions of hope. We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth, and listen to the song of that siren till she transforms us into beasts. Is this the part of wise men, engaged in a great and arduous struggle for liberty? Are we disposed to be of the number of those who, having eyes, see not, and, having ears, hear not, the things which so nearly concern their temporal salvation? For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it may cost, I am willing to know the whole truth; to know the worst, and to provide for it.
indeed it is easy..."to indulge in the illusions of hope."  Are you willing to know the "whole truth...and provide for it?"
I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided; and that is the lamp of experience. I know of no way of judging of the future but by the past. And judging by the past, I wish to know what there has been in the conduct of the British ministry for the last ten years, to justify those hopes with which gentlemen have been pleased to solace themselves, and the House? Is it that insidious smile with which our petition has been lately received? Trust it not, sir; it will prove a snare to your feet. Suffer not yourselves to be betrayed with a kiss. Ask yourselves how this gracious reception of our petition comports with these war-like preparations which cover our waters and darken our land. Are fleets and armies necessary to a work of love and reconciliation? Have we shown ourselves so unwilling to be reconciled, that force must be called in to win back our love? Let us not deceive ourselves, sir. These are the implements of war and subjugation; the last arguments to which kings resort. I ask, gentlemen, sir, what means this martial array, if its purpose be not to force us to submission? Can gentlemen assign any other possible motive for it? Has Great Britain any enemy, in this quarter of the world, to call for all this accumulation of navies and armies? No, sir, she has none. They are meant for us; they can be meant for no other. They are sent over to bind and rivet upon us those chains which the British ministry have been so long forging. And what have we to oppose to them? Shall we try argument? Sir, we have been trying that for the last ten years. Have we anything new to offer upon the subject? Nothing. We have held the subject up in every light of which it is capable; but it has been all in vain. Shall we resort to entreaty and humble supplication? What terms shall we find which have not been already exhausted? Let us not, I beseech you, sir, deceive ourselves. Sir, we have done everything that could be done, to avert the storm which is now coming on. We have petitioned; we have remonstrated; we have supplicated; we have prostrated ourselves before the throne, and have implored its interposition to arrest the tyrannical hands of the ministry and Parliament. Our petitions have been slighted; our remonstrances have produced additional violence and insult; our supplications have been disregarded; and we have been spurned, with contempt, from the foot of the throne. In vain, after these things, may we indulge the fond hope of peace and reconciliation. There is no longer any room for hope. If we wish to be free² if we mean to preserve inviolate those inestimable privileges for which we have been so long contending²if we mean not basely to abandon the noble struggle in which we have been so long engaged, and which we have pledged ourselves never to abandon until the glorious object of our contest shall be obtained, we must fight! I repeat it, sir, we must fight! An appeal to arms and to the God of Hosts is all that is left us!
just love that part about that "insidious smile with which our petition has been lately received..." who does it remind you of??   And as far as that part, beginning with "Sir"...my attention is drawn directly to the current republican majority in Congress; a place where the people's petitions have been slighted for years now;  there is no longer any room for hope, nor time for ceremony.

They tell us, sir, that we are weak; unable to cope with so formidable an adversary. But when shall we be stronger? Will it be the next week, or the next year? Will it be when we are totally disarmed, and when a British guard shall be stationed in every house? Shall we gather strength by irresolution and inaction? Shall we acquire the means of effectual resistance, by lying supinely on our backs, and hugging the delusive phantom of hope, until our enemies shall have bound us hand and foot? Sir, we are not weak if we make a proper use of those means which the God of nature hath placed in our power. Three millions of people, armed in the holy cause of liberty, and in such a country as that which we possess, are invincible by any force which our enemy can send against us. Besides, sir, we shall not fight our battles alone. There is a just God who presides over the destinies of nations; and who will raise up friends to fight our battles for us. The battle, sir, is not to the strong alone; it is to the vigilant, the active, the brave. Besides, sir, we have no election. If we were base enough to desire it, it is now too late to retire from the contest. There is no retreat but in submission and slavery! Our chains are forged! Their clanking may be heard on the plains of Boston! The war is inevitable²and let it come! I repeat it, sir, let it come.
Here, this girl is just enamored with the sense of Henry's great faith -- and it is in this spirit, the outcome of THIS election must also follow.  All things happen for a reason, for better or worse; and a master plan -- Under God -- still shapes us, inspires us, and directs our path, whether in the valley or upon the highest peak.
It is in vain, sir, to extenuate the matter. Gentlemen may cry, Peace, Peace²but there is no peace. The war is actually begun! The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms! Our brethren are already in the field! Why stand we here idle? What is it that gentlemen wish? What would they have? Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!
Here... just in awe of his clarity.

What we have here now -- in America -- is a war of words, ideologies of two armies coming face to face on the front lines and the front pages; and newsflash to the Lefty's... you don't get to decide for me, or for the whole of an entire nation, which, believe it or not, is not lock, stock and barrel in agreement with everything the progressive left dictates.   Talk about chains! 

Whatever happens November 8th, this battle being raged against truth -- against the very nature and nurture of America herself, the keeping of the ruling class in government LIMITED and in its proper place  -- will continue with "the clash of resounding arms" for forever.  The free radicals of the Left do not get to transform and remake America without a fight, that you can be assured.

Make it a Good Day, G

Sunday, October 16, 2016

It's Faith is Everyone's Business Thing

Dear America,

"I would suggest that faith is everyone's business.  The advance or decline of faith is so intimately connected to the welfare of a society that it should be of particular interest to a politician.  Furthermore, the fact that I am not a member of the clergy might help people be more open to what is said in this book.  No one can accuse me of writing what I write because I have been motivated by self-interest or theological prejudice."
these words are from the original introduction of a book that changed lives and prepared the world for the end of slavery; written by William Wilberforce, Real Christianity was written for an audience over 200 years ago, but might as well have been introduced to the world last week, considering it's examination of the essential truths surrounding a certain gap -- that being, that which separates "real faith" from the practice of a "cultural Christianity."

not to mention, this girl likes that part at the end, when Wilberforce says, like besides... "no one can accuse me of writing what I write because I have been motivated by self-interest or theological prejudice."

Isn't that refreshing?

And so true -- this idea that faith is everyone's business.

...how a society may come and go simply by it's treatment, it's reverence, it's attention, to it's faith
...how this faith, or lack thereof, directly affects the welfare of it's people.

What we do and what we say matters; just as, how we do it and how we say it matters.

Isn't it funny how the word pious could essentially be expressing two entirely different things...and the only tell would be the tone of voice and/or context.  

Here we go, via google:

devoutly religious.
synonyms: religious, devout, God-fearing, churchgoing, spiritual, prayerful, holy, godly, saintly, dedicated, reverent, dutiful, righteous
"a pious family"
making a hypocritical display of virtue.
"there'll be no pious words said over her"
synonyms: sanctimonious, hypocritical, insincere, self-righteous, holier-than-thou, pietistic, churchy; informal goody-goody
"pious platitudes"
 It's like, how can pious be talking "saintly" one minute and "holier-than-thou" the next, right?

Now, Pope Francis has been busy crowning a few saints -- Mother Teresa received the honor in September; and just today, he was at it again...this time, an Argentinian "gaucho-priest..Jose Gabriel del Rosario Brochero along with six others in a Mass before a crowd of 80,000 in St. Peter's Square."

Just as Mother Teresa lived in and around and with the very community she ventured to teach the way of Christ and intimately care for them in every possible way, and Brochero did the same.  As Pope Francis noted, "[H]e never stayed in the parish office. He got on his mule and went out to find people like a priest of the street — to the point of getting leprosy,"

How saintly is that, to live this kind of faith through and through -- even risking life itself?

We have saints living among us, too.

People deserving of sainthood today, include the many evangelists of preachers, and priests, and missionaries -- whether traveling the world or staying close to home, they create 'a pious family,' connected in spirit and the Word, beaming messages of hope and revival to the masses.

Given the healthy dose of criticism and judgement against Christians as a whole, these soldiers at the front line of fire are most deserving of praise and adoration; for the condemnation has reached such a critical mass, generally speaking.

Dr. David Jeremiah's Sunday message included a  short summary of periods of revival in America -- and it was fascinating.  Besides ending with the call to duty for Christians to get it together again, come hell or high water, he told a story of the origins of a local coffee house, The Living Room.

Turns out, it's not really local at all -- it started in San Francisco...at the height of the hippie season in the 1960's.  In between the highs of the psychedelics, this little coffee house catered to the lost and preached the Gospel between grinds.

The Jesus Movement was all the rage.  
And then, it wasn't.   poof!   gone.

And then I found this, it's from a place called Heaven Awaits and it seeks to answer the question Why did the Jesus Movement Die?

...and if you just read the Home Page for a wee bit, you will come away thinking it's like another Wilberforce for our time.  It says, "look to the Holy Spirit, not man, for answers...Stop hiding in your house and hanging around only people who are Christian like you..."

And maybe it's just me reading more into it than is worthy, but I don't think so; for it skilfully deals a blow to the heart of every Christian, really ---- asking for each one of us to make an honest assessment of the integrity of our personal walk in faith: is it real or cultural; is it pious, or pious?

Of course, it's not like I expect all of us to agree on everything regarding FAITH; I mean, come on, that would be so unrealistic, right?  And yet, with what we know of the history of the world, how hard could it be for us to agree on this part.... that "[T]he advance or decline of faith is so intimately connected to the welfare of a society..."

How hard could it be?

Today happens to be the 100th birthday of Planned Parenthood.  [some people call it an ANNIVERSARY; I prefer to use BIRTHDAY]

Millions of babies aborted, with millions of women scarred for life...oh along with many other women who just don't care one way or the other...

The thing is, looking at the history of the organization, -- specifically, its origins -- just kills me.
It's a perfect, living, breathing example of sanctimony hooking up with multiple partners...leftist lies that have led women astray, especially the poor and those within the African-American community.

Read this, from The Negro Project.  Or this, Black Genocide dot org.
Planned Parenthood began with the Genesis of a Total Lie and it continues reliving it everyday, only now, it manufactures a voting block for the Democratic Party at the same time.  What a beautiful world, huh.

Oh sure, now of course, it's just about a woman's right to choose death over life.  Wonderful.  How evolved we have become...

But curious as to how Pope Francis has chosen to make this Jubilee Year of Mercy [year beginning December 2015], a year openly projecting a rather leftist movement within the Catholic Church.  The inclination to go less devout, and more "churchy," may very well be a sign of the beginning of the end, eh?  But who am I to go all PWBG....prophecy while blogging G while awaiting the rapture and seven years of tribulation...and so on and so on.

This snippet from about a year ago:

(CNN)Pope Francis shook up the Catholic world -- again -- on Tuesday by announcing that priests around the world will be authorized to forgive the "sin of abortion" when the church begins a "Year of Mercy" this December. 
"The forgiveness of God cannot be denied to one who has repented," the Pope said, adding that he has met "many women" scarred by the "agonizing and painful" decision to have an abortion.
And I would just love to know how the Pope would respond to what consequences, if any, to those who aren't Catholic, who don't repent, or who just don't give a flying hoot?  And what happens when the year comes to a close this December, do the priests get a 'cease and desist' on this thing called forgiveness on the "sin of abortion?"

If a society 
can dispose of life, a real life, 
ever so easily, 
how could real Christianity
 ever have half a chance?

"I would suggest that faith is everyone's business.  The advance or decline of faith is so intimately connected to the welfare of a society that it should be of particular interest to a politician."

Faith is everyone's business.

Where do we go from here, Lord?

Life, in community with one another, for the betterment of the whole, is also everyone's business.

Do you begin your day with God before you begin your day?

"The advance or decline of faith is so intimately connected to the welfare of a society ..."

And just as Black Lives Matter has raged from the grassroots as a political firestorm -- we must all stop and have an honest conversation of all sides of this movement (think it's two).   It's a movement because it has traction, it has growth, it has life.

And it, too, has a twin... lives conjoined by the color of one's skin and yet separated by conflicting ideologies, arguments born out of what's right or what's left.  Never mind that just this weekend, in Chicago, eight people were killed alongside 33 wounded.   The movement is dead set committed to one point of view -- never mind real stats, or real deaths within the black community.

Disproportionate truths happen. Sometimes often.

Sanctity of life is everyone's business.

And yet, here we are. It's Sunday --
this is the day the Lord has made,
let us rejoice and be glad in it.
or not.

all I know is it's all just words
until we actually do something to make it so.

Make it a Good Day, G

Friday, October 14, 2016

It's a Shaken and Stirred Thing

Dear America,

welcome to the "ode to the art of the feign" day

suspect on the bottom:  Michelle O...with excerpts swiped from The Globe and Mail --

“I can’t stop thinking about this. It has shaken to me to my core in a way that I couldn’t have predicted,” the first lady said. “So while I would love nothing more than pretend that this isn’t happening and come out here and do my normal campaign speech, it would be dishonest and disingenuous to just move onto the next thing like this was all a bad dream. This is not something we can ignore.” 
Mrs. Obama said the comments made by Trump are part of a long history of demeaning women.
“We have a candidate for president of the United States who over the course of his lifetime, over the course of this campaign, has said things about women that are shocking, so demeaning,” she said. “I simply will not repeat anything here today. Last week, we actually saw this candidate bragging about sexually assaulting women. I can’t believe I’m saying that, a candidate for president of the United States bragged about sexually assaulting women.” 
Mrs. Obama went onto say the comments were forcing women to recollect painful memories of when they were harassed in their offices or sexually assaulted. 
“The truth is it hurts. It hurts,” she said.

so let's head back to earlier in the week when little old gthang mentioned RAP, k...

Little Miss Moochelle MyBelle Obama is a hypocrite, with emphasis on the hips.

SHE and HER husband have best friends -- many, I'm sure; but two of them happen to be JAY Z and Beyonce, k?   and they sing things...things like this:

13. "Now my mascara running, red lipstick smudged/ Yeah, he's so horny he wants to f---/ He popped all my buttons and he ripped my blouse/ He Monica Lewinsky-ed all on my gown/ Oh Daddy, Daddy, he didn't bring the towel/ Oh baby, baby, we better slow it down"   (from Beyonce)

5) “You ain’t no better because you don’t be f*cking rappers / You only f*ck with actors / You’re still getting f*cked backwards” – Jay Z 
"One of the main conceits of misogyny is that getting f*cked means you are a lesser being, and Jay Z epitomizes that sentiment here."  [noted quote, from here @Elitedaily]

And that,  my friends, is called a two-fer ...or is it more a menage en trois--- Beyonce highlights an Oval Office affair with the former President Bill Clinton, while glorifying a raunchy sexual escapade...while her husband sings about using women in such a way -- oh, how did Michelle put it -- it's just so shocking!  So demeaning to women, you know...shaken me to the core.

Sure, it's different when we make art out of sexual promiscuity and lewd acts; and never you mind how THAT SAME Bill Clinton was voted into every office of government, beginning in the seventies and starting in Arkansas --  and has had on the record numerous "encounters" with women, that include, but are not limited to: rape, sexual assault, long term and short term affairs.  Clinton was elected with a history of abuse!  With HILLARY's full support!  [Just don't embarrass me, she said...]

And Michelle just loves Bill and Hill, throwing her full support HER direction.

He's paid for abortions, he's paid off Paula Jones [850 grand! -- this link goes way back to let's party like it's 1999, too]...sure, no wonder... the Clinton's may very well have been broke when they left the presidency, after having to pay big time for legal defense and cover-ups and just the all around handling and fondling of  many many things.

Then there is THIS more eloquent response, taken from Jeffrey Lord, The American Spectator. [As good as this piece is, it left out an entire chapter of what happened @Chappaquiddick, emphasis on dick.  It's what we call a situation where the dick in question actually left a girl to die in a river bed after a party...Oh, but it is so wonderful having his endorsement, huh, Michelle]

SO Michelle is supporting Hillary now -- even though HILLARY has enabled the sexual predator she has been married to for forever...lied for him, called the women names and even turned blame back on the women in question, over and over and over again -- as if emotionally raping the women at every turn (kinda like that Jay Z song, but different).  And Michelle just loved Ted Kennedy -- just so grateful for his endorsement back in 2008.  Oh, that was just worthy of repeating it, is all.

Really, Michelle?  Is that seriously how you want to spin all of this, Michelle?
What you say shakes me to my core.

So now that we've covered the bottom rung, let's go to the suspect on top, shall we?


Katie Pavlich, @Townhall published this over two years ago!  HELLO!  It's a legacy Hillary seems to stand by, and even feign to repeat if need be;  and yet -- there she is -- speaking out of both sides of her mouth like a true politician.  She's so dirty.

What difference at this point does it make, Hillary, if, in fact, Trump's behavior might be seen  as being in the same "sexual predator" category as your dear Bill (what is it you call him?...right, c&%$ sucker).  Why you act like you are so upset, girl?

Thing is, it's not about Bill anymore; it's about HER.

And HER --  HiLIARy  -- has NO CREDIBILITY.  None. It's hilarious for anyone to believe she does.

She cannot have it both ways.  Liberals and Progressives cannot have it both ways.

And actually -- being of the female persuasion, myself -- this girl believes the optics are just as damaging for HER -- if not more so!  While this business of feigning this thing called self-righteous indignation against the sexual predator, allegedly in Trump, is absurd; it's simply a self-serving indulgence that she does not have nor deserve.

Any speck of integrity surviving HER history standing by HER man, leaves HER with no legs...no hips....no tits...and no ass -- just a phony smile from ear to ear.   Wait a minute.  Correction -- maybe we can let her keep the ass all to HERself, if that could ever happen.

If Hillary really wanted to be a role model, pioneering a new world for women -- she would have walked away from Bill a long time ago; but she clearly decided to use Bill for political expediency and perks that would enable her own ambitions.   And seeing HERself as the first woman on the ticket for president is worth every disparaging remark she ever made about Juanita, Paula, Gennifer, Monica... it all worked out, right.

And gosh, just listen to me; and after all the pleasant things I said yesterday, too...what a shame.

It's just that this day finds me so pissed at the double standards that continue to wreak havoc, if not fuck republicans at every turn.  SICK OF IT!  Hear that, Michelle, Hill?

In a perfect world -- this girl would like us all to get along, play by the same rules, do the right thing, be nice, treat ALL people with respect, yaddi yada yada.  Indeed.   There IS something to be said for the Golden Rules; and the best part about them, is that they are an equal opportunity, cultural phenomenon of guidelines and suggestions of behavior that have truly worked...when we use them!

I woke up this morning wishing the presidential campaign was back on topic and discussing the bounty of bigger fish to fuck and fry.  And on that note, happy friday.

Make it a Good Day, G 

 [which reminds me... we have yet to talk about the slander against Catholics and Evangelicals coming out of the Clinton campfire...maybe some other time...But you know what they say, where there is smoke, look for the mirror on the ceiling.]

Thursday, October 13, 2016

It's a Day of Repentance Thing

Dear America,

"We can speak so confidently about the outcome of all your human problems because we know that all human life is governed by a divine law, perfect in its outworking,  The purpose of that law is to draw all men and women , all the human family, into a consciousness of God.  Do not look backwards unless to say, 'How beautiful is the path that I have traversed!'  Do not regret the past.  You are moving forward, travelling life's path to find happiness once again, and this time an enhanced happiness."  
The Quiet Mind

so let's get right to it.

it must be said that over the last couple of days and blogs, little ole Gthang has hardly been Rated G.

and there is no response to it, other than to say this -- this girl much prefers to stay on the side of poise and grace.  And even though the results are in at Rasmussen, showing Teflon Don to now be in the lead after Sunday's stunning debate performance (and I mean, performance), it is all too soon to tell, as the polling came before a few women have come forward claiming sexual assault against him (Of course, one of these claims seems suspect, as it happened like thirty years ago...Oh sure, now you screw him....why now lady?  why speak up now?  who got to you? but i digress, bigly).

But more than anything else these days -- there is not a day that goes without being in constant prayer.  It's as if God is the only one I truly talk to (sometimes, this girl goes through Jesus -- sometimes the Holy Spirit -- but more often than not, it's right to the Source of all things Good, and that is God). 

It's called travelling with the Trinity to infinity and beyond, right...

When my day began, and I saw the numbers @Rasmussen, my first thought was 'oh thank you, Lord."

The second thought swiftly followed, returning to a recurring thought of the last 24 hours -- and that was the story of Tim Tebow.   (Now, it wasn't the first time this dude laid his hands on someone and quite possibly, saved his life...)  

That being said, let's go to my third thought -- sending a message to Trump; to plead for a meeting between the two T's for a "come to Jesus" moment.   It's like, what could it hurt, right?  (And I did!)

Even though from my position, as an outsider looking in, the truth and fiction of how one man lives is on the one hand none of my business -- on the other hand, Trump is making it my business by asking me and all Americans to trust him with our lives and our fortunes......

.......just as Hillary and Bill Clinton have done time and time again!  

For the Clinton's may appear together as a couple -- but really, they are a political machine;  they have been a pair in the public eye for decades now, and together, have dodged and weaved with the unscrupulous the entire time.  How dare the hypocrisy of the Clinton's still standing continue to flaunt and gloat over the American landscape, rolling in and out of the hills and  valleys like no other.  If anything else, we must applaud the Donald in his very ability to stay the course, steadfast and, more or less, unrepentant....and more important, courageously fighting for America.

It was about a year ago when my prayers realized that so much of what will happen in this election is out of my hands, and in the hands of Something Greater.   But by allowing ourselves to recognize God is in charge, it certainly doesn't relinquish the duty which stands before every American -- which is to do everything humanly possible to affect the change in Washington that we so much desire.

The thing is:  America was never intended to be a nation under one man (or woman) "fixing us" all the live long day; no.

America was designed Under God, a Divine Providence that would shelter us and love us and shape us and expand us and nurture us and make us great in a spirit of grace and humility; wealth and happiness organically and integrally tied to our individual efforts -- and when combined, creating the exceptional nation that is America, and unlike any other in history. (Neither a statement of gloat or of superiority -- merely a statement of truth; because for the first time in world history, a country raised the power of the individual over the governing body.) 

and just look at us, it's an embarrassment.

"Ignorance leads Men 
into a party, 
and Shame keeps them 
from getting out again."  
Benjamin Franklin

He also said:
"The Things which hurt, instruct."

It stings a little, huh.

This, in part,  is how my little g sees GOD...for it is our own humanity that leads us astray, and it is in these life lessons learned that either makes us great again, or takes us down --  deep into misery with free abandon.

It always comes down to the choices we make as one person, each connected to the whole.

Our founders were the masterminds of certain truths learned through the ages -- truths of Rome, of Greece, of times and civilizations gone by, and they landed on a system of governing that recognized Divinity OVER US and guiding the INDIVIDUAL in the every day, leaving merely a small government to oversee the order of things, and chiefly, to keep guard and hold a watchful eye over the birth and life of our sovereign nation.  Here's to one of their muses, Cicero:

Therefore Law [of the Creator] is the distinction between things just and unjust, made in agreement with that primal and most ancient of all things, Nature; and in conformity to Nature's standard are framed those human laws which inflict punishment upon the wicked and protect the good..

As one and the same Nature holds together and supports the universe, all of whose parts are in harmony with one another, so men are united in Nature; but by reason of their depravity they quarrel, not realizing that they are of one blood and subject to one and the same protecting power.  If this fact were understood, surely man would live the life of the gods!"  Thank you, Cicero

America has been led down a rabbit hole of Nature's making not because Divine Providence predestined America to fail, but simply by and in accordance to perfect Natural Law.  The free will of our humanity made this mess, and God simply saw it coming.  Just as God knows who the next president of the United States is, too.  tee hee

When we return to words of a blog that seems like ages ago now - -  Spring Up, Oh Well! -- it is to call upon the living water on earth and everywhere to act, to say, to do, that which is good, that which is right, in all ways -- large and small.  And if we do that much, America will prevail.

Whatever happens on November 8, 2016, it will surely go down as the culmination of the most raucous of election cycles,  to date.  And it is probably pretty safe to say that no one in America is proud of the optics, whether the perspective comes from heaven above or below or sea level, right or left.

The truth is, we are corrupt.  We have been corrupted in every which way possible, and back again.  And it didn't start in 2015, it didn't start in 2005....it started a long, long time ago.  Let not your heart be troubled, and let not the media mayhem distract you from the truth underfoot -- the choice is clear.  

We are in one sticky wicket and perhaps we all need a come to Jesus moment (and if it's not Jesus, go to the Supreme Being of your choice, or stay in silence -- whatever -- just let the rest of us repent in peace for a moment or two, please and thank you). 

Pray for Trump; pray for America.  And vote.

Let's close with one more from Ben:

"Great beauty, 
great strength, 
and great riches 
are really 
and truly 
of no great use; 
a right heart exceeds all."

Make it a Good Day, G

Here's a riddle: if a boy goes in for a kiss and the girl slaps him back, which assault wins in court?

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

It's a Dirty Filthy Slutty Blog Thing

Dear America,

can this October get any more frightful?

can't wait for the ninth of November; even though it spooks the living daylights out of me.

but one thing is for sure -- 
people like Glenn Beck....Paul Ryan....Mike Lee....just about anyone who calls themselves a conservative and can't stomach the idea of supporting Trump, does not respect the system and all that is at stake in this election; they are willing to even contemplate voting for a corrupt, lying, abusive, power monger, open border, globalist who has been caught ....
  • using an illegal personal server for State Department communication -- including sending and receiving confidential information -- including communicating with the president using an alias
  • being the someone who is directly responsible for not answering the requests for more security in Libya -- and ultimately leading to the death of four Americans in a terrorist attack in Benghazi (see also backstory on  arms deals under the cover of darkness)
  • being the someone who led the State Department that led to creating the very conditions in Iraq that left the country vulnerable to ISIS -- undermining all the years of U.S. military efforts and turning whatever success we made into a near total loss
  • being the someone who was paid (off) millions by Wall Street for things said -- and deals made -- in private
  • being the someone who has funneled millions of dollars from countries in the Middle East to the Clinton Foundation -- masquerading as funds to charity out of the goodness of their hearts (ah ha)
  • being the someone who has made personal attacks of the victims of numerous sexual assaults--  and even rape -- at the hands of HER husband, Bill
Unlike what is characteristically rich of the Left -- it's as if the Right has no concept of standing up together, all for one and one for all -- even when the going gets tough.

Surely, but don't call me Shirley, there is nothing about this election this girl likes.  Nothing.

I'm just doing my best to make a batch of lemonade with what we got.

Isn't it fascinating, though, the hypocrisy of our daily lives meeting up with what we want and expect from a candidate; for this culture of ours has fallen to new lows -- so how can we really be surprised that it is reflected back in vivid color and high-definition in a nano-second with every move during this election season?

And in that link there -- this girl isn't really calling Megyn Kelly a hypocrite....or am I?

Sure, dirty talk can sometimes just be playful, part of the game, part of the fun of being a celebrity -- in the inquiring minds wanna know kind of way; maybe the rules are just different for some than others.  Should be noted that Megyn was on live radio -- sirius xm -- at the time; in other words, she knew whatever she said would be heard in the moment, with no regrets; so we must give her double D props for discussing her "killer B's"  and her husband's penis size, right?

Now something to think about is our music --  from pop to rap.  Let's hit it, shall we?

I when I say, hit it -- it's not by the crude definition like, yeah, I hit that.  Which means to basically to f@&% a girl, k?  But the use of the double entendre is good, no?
There are some nasty, bad-ass dirty filthy songs out there -- objectifying women, loving women, f$@&ing women, hitting women -- and there are even other songs, sung by women, glorifying the quick hit with a boy!

And guess who loves to listen to it?   OUR kids.  Here's more from starpulse...

Here's words from Tove Lo's Talking Body -- a pop song widely played:

Bed, stay in bed
The feeling of your skin locked in my head
Smoke, smoke me broke
I don't care I'm down for what you want
Day drunk into the night
Wanna keep you here
Cause you dry my tears
Yeah, summer lovin' and fights
How it is for us
And it's all because
Now if we're talking body
You got a perfect one
So put it on me
Swear it won't take you long
If you love me right
We fuck for life
On and on and on
Now if we're talking body
You got a perfect one
So put it on me
Swear it won't take you long
If you love me right
We fuck for life
On and on and on
Love, give me love
Anything you want I'll give it up
Lips, lips I kiss
Bite me while I taste your fingertips
Day drunk into the night
Wanna keep you here
Cause you dry my tears
Yeah, summer lovin' and fights
How it is for us

And another one,  titled HABITS --  even better:

I eat my dinner in my bathtub
Then I go to sex clubs
Watching freaky people getting it on
It doesn't make me nervous
If anything, I'm restless
Yeah, I've been around and I've seen it all
I get home, I got the munchies
Binge on all my Twinkies
Throw up in the tub and I go to sleep
And I drank up all my money
Dazed and kinda lonely

You're gone and I got to stay high
All the time, to keep you off my mind
Oh oh oh oh, oh oh oh oh
High, all the time, to keep you off my mind
Oh oh oh oh, oh oh oh oh
Spend my days locked in a haze
Trying to forget you, babe
I fall back down
I gotta stay high, all my life
To forget I'm missing you
Oh oh oh oh, oh oh oh oh
[Verse 2]
Pick up daddies at the playground
How I spend my day time
Loosen up their frown, make them feel alive
Make it fast and greasy
I'm numb and way too easy


So - the highlight is me, G, just observing how even twisted girls devalue their God given worth to the point of singing about it, profiting from it, and in the process of making "art"...making it widely recognized that these "habits" are all okay -- when it isn't.

Yes sir ree.
Rap can say the word p&%$$y all the live long day -- grab it, take it, whip it, f@^% it, -- and there is nobody in the mainstream dissing it in the every day.  Nobody.  Just sayin'

But now look at me rambling like a country road.  

Oh wait.  There is more --
From one of my favorite songs, called Take Your Time, by Sam Hunt.  But this time, this girl is gonna cut to the second verse, much like the first, and goes like this:

....And I know it starts with "Hello"
And the next thing you know you're trying to be nice
And some guy's getting too close
Trying to pick you up
Trying to get you drunk

And I'm sure one of your friends is about to come over here
'Cause she's supposed to save you from random guys
That talk too much and wanna stay too long
It's the same old song and dance but I think you know it well

You could've rolled your eyes
Told me to go to hell
Could've walked away
But you're still here
And I'm still here
Come on let's see where it goes

Now of course, it's subtle (what can we say, it's good ole American country ballad...)

But yet, in this second verse, Sam sings a tune about random guys, "trying to pick you up, trying to get you drunk"  -- for what?  Nothing?  Just to buy a girl a drink?

Me thinks not.
Highlighting the habit of going into a bar -- letting a guy buy your drinks -- highlights what happens after the girl gets loose.  He might, as Sam very well pointed out, that after a guy gets the girl drunk, that it's quite possible that the guy intends to take advantage of her.

But even the good ole boy in Sam Hunt makes note within just a few lines..."But you're still here And I'm still here Come on let's see where it goes..."  


It's just all this angst about what Trump said...

In light of what the Clinton's have paired off and said and done for the last forty years?  Are you sirius xxx Glenn, Paul, Mike?

And all you other 're-pubic-cans' (as Mark Levin often refers to them as)...how can you not hit the Trump tail and trail like no other and turn out on behalf of simply making a serious regime change and call it a day?

"Paul Ryan should spend more time on balancing the budget, jobs, and illegal immigration and not waste time on fighting Republican nominee"  said the Trumpster to Paul the P&%#y  Ryan (Trump didn't call him that, but he should have!  But of course, that isn't appropriate language of the future President of the United States of America...and then you might as well google Barack Obama reading from one of his own books...)

And, go ahead --
just google "dirty rap songs" and see what pops up -- dare you.

Here's a great piece (of ass) (no.  just kidding)  (too bad if you don't think it was funny)  (what did that clinton camp guy tweet during the debate...oh right...this)   It's from Ben Shapiro, read THIS...it nails the "astounding hypocrisy..." to the headboard.  yeah, he hit that out of the park.

Obama won re-election with only 55% overall voter turnout.  Obama had about 65 million votes, to Romney's 60 million -- give or take (mind you, many without consent).

Trump has to hit 66 million votes, or better.  And that's like, only reaching two-thirds of the 100 million Christian voters.  But according to Gallup -- there is a deficit in the number of registered republicans to democrats -- only 27% R, 32% D; while the independents run a whooping 40%!  IF we break down the "leaners" -- democrats top republicans, 49% -- 44%.

So no matter how you look at it -- we must turn HER over, turn HER upside down, perhaps even turn HER where the sun don't shine, for republican  Turn Out is everything.  As Trump might say -- 

it's a pretty big deal, 
it's the art of the steal, 
it's something for real, 
so how 'bout you all hit that, 
so we can turn around
 and heal, yo"

boom der it is muthafuckas

we may all feel a wee bit dirty when this whole thing is over and done -- but doesn't the Right really want to win the White House back?  (see also, Huckabee on with Megyn Kelly)   All Glenn, Paul, Mike are doing is driving a faulty message of ridiculously stupid republican anarchy, and we ain't got time for that.  Grow a pair, will ya?

Make it a Good Day, G

Monday, October 10, 2016

It's a Hot Mic All the Way Up and Down...and it's a phallic Thing

Dear America,

"It's just awfully good
 that someone with the
 temperament of Donald Trump 
is not in charge 
of the law 
in this country." 
she said.

"cuz you'd be in jail, " 
he said.

but before I go on...let me just remind you all that I AM a GIRL.
...just a girl.  her name is Gretchen.  a day in the life of an American Girl...right?

having said that,
this girl is pretty sure the debate started off displaying America's stunning low point in culture and politics -- colliding.  

This girl is also pretty sure, that we're a decade past the Donald speaking freely about his love of attractive women with such passionate vulgarity (see tape from 2005...google it).   

Can you believe that it was January 26, 2005 when Condoleezza Rice was sworn in as Secretary of State -- the first African-American woman in the position, by the way.  Doesn't that seem like a lifetime ago?   

 And just look at America now...in the wake of a Secretary of State who destroyed relations throughout the Middle East, ignored hundreds of requests from Ambassador Stevens for more security in Benghazi -- which led to the terrorist attack and death of four Americans, -- and now , there she stands on a stage across from the Donald with a smarmy smile repeating some version of  'what you just heard is simply not true...'
I looked up 2005; it was so long ago, nothing was coming to mind just off the top of my head, so this girl went searching for context.

In 2005, Prince Charles proposed to Camilla, too.

In April of 2005, Syria finally withdrew the last of its troops from Lebanon, ending 29 years of occupation (...only after receiving international pressure; and wow, just look at Syria now...).

In May, the Huffington Post was launched.

In June, Michael Jackson was acquitted of committing molestation of a young boy, Gavin.

In July, a public transport system in London was hit by a terrorist bomb, killing 52 and injuring 700 during the morning rush hour.

In August, Hurricane Katrina.  Category 5, killing 1,836 people.

In September, controversial pictures of Mohammad were printed in a Dutch paper.

In October, Saddam Hussein goes on trial for "crimes against humanity."

November -- Angela Merkel becomes the first female Chancellor of Germany.

December -- the movie, "Brokeback Mountain," was released.

As the world turns, all things considered, 2005 was a long time ago...a lot has happened since then; and clearly, the Donald is in a different place and time these days.  Are you the same person you were eleven years ago?  Are you?  tell the truuuuth

No matter how much we may all agree that what the Donald said to Billy Bush was unquestionably crude, offensive, disrespectful of women...blah blah blah...let us not forget the Donald's sex, shall we?  He is a boy.  Pretty sure he's all boy, too.

But to be more specific of the moment -- and granted, at the risk of sounding like I'm repeating myself much like the Donald --  the Donald was talking to another boy!! (Kinda ironic that it's a boy with the last name, Bush, but then maybe that's just me, G, going gutter gal.  whatever.  me thinks it's funny. teehee)  

So having said that...let's talk about the business of boys talking to boys -- ergo "locker room talk."

Pretty sure if we had every secret, private conversation between Bill Clinton and fill in the blank...his sexy southern drawl would say something salacious and lewd, too.  (Actually, now that I'm thinking about it....Thinking of what he might have said aboard Jeffrey Epstein's private jet...the "Lolita Express," as it's called in some circles.  Epstein being a CONVICTED sex offender, favoring underage girls... )  

And really, if we go down that road, isn't it more a concern what a President Billy Boy Clinton did to women over a lifetime?  His RECORD of "womanizing" sure didn't keep him from entering the highest office of the land; and it only seemed to finally adversely affect him --  with an impeachment, no less -- when caught carousing with Monica Lewinsky -- and a cigar -- while in the Oval Office!  

Just what did Hillary call her?  A "narcissistic loony toon."

Let's look at Hillary's record of how she discredited each and every conquest of Hill's Bill probably dating back their entire marriage...  She talks about bullies all the time; meanwhile, she's the biggest bully in politics, both private and public.

Here's HER, Hillary...oh the horror...

Pretty sure Hillary is rather selective of when she chooses to honor a woman's right to choose to speak up about sexual assault -- and when she does, it's each girl for herself; she double-downs when the source her pain is Hillary's own dear husband (that link above quotes a common nickname she used for the dude...it's simply too vulgar to repeat it...).

Pretty sure she has no leg to stand on, all credibility goes out with her 2005 Nina McLemore pantsuit collection. This ain't your grandma's election re-cycle, no more, no more.  And here's a good old piece, from months ago -- under the category follow the money.

I just want to know what makes Trump's situation so different from all the rest of the nonsense said and done between the sexes?  Talk about easy Access Hollywood -- it's famous for objectifying women every single day!  [Why the hypocrisy too -- TV hosts are always attractive, weight is always an issue of job or no job, and CNN made fun of the fat Miss Universe too!]

Moreover, sexuality itself sells goods and services across the board.

And the truth is, boys will be boys; they've been made that way from the beginning of time.  And while they're at it....you know, being boys  -- they say the darnedest things.  From sailors on leave to frat boys to locker room banter and bragging of things true and untrue -- where do we draw the line?  Just what is allowed to be said in private and kept private -- and what is up for public opinion and ultimate castigation?  Because the Donald wasn't committing a crime by talking about what he would like to do...when in the company of an attractive woman.

Let thee without sin cast the first stone.

No.  Anderson.  You missed a key admission:  "when you're a star, they let you do it."  Believe it or not, the Donald isn't doing anything wrong if  a woman let's him move in on her and makes out with him.  It's called consent.  And when you're rich and famous, there is not a doubt in my mind that that is all the aphrodisiac some girls need,  k?  Do you understand that, Coop?  The Donald bragged about getting somewhere with a girl due to his widespread appeal -- meaning, the two tango.

Matter of fact -- what about the girl?  even girls have been known to talk trash alongside a girlfriend or two, over drinks perhaps, comparing experiences and talking lusty, filthy intentions like the foursome made famous in Sex in the City.  Hello!

Now, let's go back to the top --
we had a debate that greatly focused on the salacious right from the start.

Was that for ratings, perhaps?  Keeping the eyes glued to the boob tube, indeed.

You bastards are no different.  IF you really wanted to keep the presidential debate going by way of the high road, why stoop so low?  A hot mic from ELEVEN years ago?   Really?   Why not wait for the candidates to wade into the filthy swamp on their own?  Why not keep the focus on the more important things -- why not grill HILL for what she says in private and what she says in public, eh?  Isn't that equally as bad -- all things being equal between the sexes and all.

What about just keeping it to questions on the economy...jobs...schools...strengthening the family and communities...the importance of honoring our police and first responders at a time when they are being targeted and killed...the porous border that mocks our sovereign nation and the Rule of Law....the national debt of twenty trillion dollars and the unfunded liabilities totaling over 100 trillion and unconscionably leading our economy into a ditch, being unable to fund for the long term things like medicare, social security, etc... All of which being at a titillating point....I mean, tipping point. Pardon me.  Sorry for that. xxx

All the world is a burlesque stage, perhaps;
but surely it couldn't take its eyes off Washington University and the farce of American politics on display, and just how low we go -- with the mainstream media being on the bottom, while ironically, playing the role on top at the same time as the high priced pimp daddies.  You media moguls and big time networks get paid from selling sex in some form or another...every single fucking day.  [right new york times? that F-bomb is for you.] And all the while -- the liberal political bias continues to make headlines with short hemlines, the shorter the better.   In simple terms -- in terms you can understand, Anderson -- that is an assault against the intelligence of the American people.  And if I can be more crude -- the American people seem to be taking it up  the ass all the live long day.  

There.. I said it.  And I'm not sorry.

This girl is just sick of it.

As a blogger -- I can say whatever I want.  It's a good thing.
But as journalists, you can't pick and choose the truth; as journalists, you can't pick sides, unless you disclose it. 

Hot mics notwithstanding, it's just a shame what is going on in the light of day in America.   

The loss of a genuine, impartial media is evidence of how far America has fallen; next stop, the bottom of a deep throat, never to be seen again.   Forensics prove the media to be libel, in part, for just this kind of scenario playing out right before our eyes -- brace yourself, as it's a wee bit obscene:

“A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the voters discover that they can vote themselves largesse from the public treasury. From that moment on, the majority always votes for the candidates promising the most benefits from the public treasury with the result that a democracy always collapses over loose fiscal policy, always followed by a dictatorship. The average age of the world's greatest civilizations has been 200 years. These nations have progressed through this sequence: From bondage to spiritual faith; From spiritual faith to great courage; From courage to liberty; From liberty to abundance; From abundance to selfishness; From selfishness to apathy; From apathy to dependence; From dependence back into bondage.” 
― Alexander Fraser Tytler
And that's not a good kind of bondage, either; just sayin'

The thing is, the ONLY choice America has now is the Donald and that super hot VP of his, Hot Mic Pence (give me five minutes with him and this girl will do things to that boy...might just eat him up and down....and that's just the truth....or not. Truth is, I'm just poking fun at how easy it is to mouth off).

Make it a Good Day, G

...who knew my catch phrase at the end of each day would be tied to one thing Hillary said that I happen to agree with wholeheartedly - -  "we are great because we are good."  

and yet...are we good anymore?   It's just a good question.  Don't hate.

Friday, October 7, 2016

It's a Day to Pray for Kayden Thing

Dear America,

This is a day to pray for Kayden.

See Team Kayden gofundme page.

...not sure what on earth is going on in this world,
but what I do know --

good people exist and they give generously.

this story is not a story, it's a real life, hanging in the balance between life and death.

Kayden -- suffering from autism and various social issues -- was teased often from his peers -- but who knew things would escalate;  the horrific actions at the hands of another child -- to set fire to this beautiful little boy, Kayden --  is simply too great to comprehend.  There are not words.

Today, please go help Kayden and his family in any way possible.

God bless you,
May God bless Kayden.
may God bless this country as we slowly make our way in what seems like total darkness and despair; for there are days when it feels like we are being surrounded and overwhelmed by evil forces...this being one of them.  Psalm 23 might come in handy right about now.

Make it a Good Day, G

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

It's Aiming for Consensus in a NON-consensus World Thing

Dear America,

"Trigger warning:  the event conducted just beyond this sign may contain triggering and/or sensitive material.   Sexual violence, sexual assault, and abuse are some of the topics mentioned within the event.  If you feel triggered, please know there are resources to help you." @Hofstra University, posted at the doors of the auditorium....just before the first Presidential debate...last week

from Bloomberg...quoting Ding Shuang (who worked at IMF 1997-2010) --

"The consensus in policy-making circles was that more trade meant better economic growth, but the benefits weren’t shared equitably, so now we see a round of anti-globalization, anti-free trade...globalization will stall for the moment, until we can find a way to share those benefits."
here's one more just to get things started --
"The scientific consensus is in and the argument is now over.  If you do not believe in climate change, you do not believe in facts, or in science or empirical truths and therefore, in my humble opinion, should not be allowed to hold public office."  actor Leonardo DiCaprio

so first of all -- regarding this "consensus"...this thing called a collective opinion, and such.  Newsflash:  there is none...and that goes for many, many things, Leonardo...and to all in your company of elitists, inside or outside Hollywood.

and regarding this thing called appeasement to all and to all a good night, a one-size, fits all, pacifier of offenses large and small....enough already.  Even the University of Chicago agrees with me.

We had utopia, it was called The Garden of Eden.
And look how well that turned out ...being the fault of our own starry eyed humanity, we proved royally unfit; suddenly, where there was once only good to be found, now there were two.  From then on, good would share the world with evil, and nothing would ever be the same again.

Pleasing everyone in the uber-sensitive environment we've made for ourselves is now next to impossible.

And trying to divvy up the world into equal portions of shared benefits -- as if the scope of wealth and resources, development and ambition, education and population, were all non-starters  -- is futile, if not prelude to committing total fraud against the globe.

All things being equal, we're not all the same.  But one thing's for certain -- this attempt to coddle everyone at the same time is ludicrous.  And it's giving me heart palpitations.

Here's another good one (from the same Bloomberg piece, linked above);

...Louis Kuijs, head of Asia economics at Oxford Economics in Hong Kong and a former IMF official. “If we lose consensus on what kind of a world we want to have, the world will probably be worse off.”

What kind of world?


Looking at the current run of clashes and conflicts, recognizing the clear and present danger of  a lack of consensus with the best interests for all, of course, in mind -- including, but not limited to -- ISIS in the Middle East (and lone wolves stationed throughout the world), Russian forces on the move, North Korea playing with fire, China testing the free world, free trade and free waters, liberals ridiculing conservative thought every single bloody day -- making every effort through the mainstream media and social media to shut down anything and everything that doesn't sound like leftist consensus....

This girl just has to wonder...hello!  Consensus is in the eyes of the beholder of a pipe bomb, I mean dream.

What kind of world we want to have, he says....seriously, Louis Kuijs? (love the name, by the way)

We can't even get to an easy consensus at the PTA, and you guys think we should be taking this world, wide, web view of making economic equality for all?  Economic opportunity is one thing, but trying to make it all even-steven -- are you nuts?

And you say, "if we lose consensus on what kind of world we want to have" -- as if we have it right now.  Earth to wonder boy Kuijs -- that is one thing I can surely say  we do not have in our possession.  What consensus do you speak of?  ...the one coming from you and the merry band of elitists who want to corrupt and control the world by pressing a button?  Not sure you guys have the right temperament or authority to do so, as things stand now.  Just sayin'.

I know, me likes to  poke fun.

But it's not funny.

You know what I think is beautiful?
That we DO NOT  have consensus on many, many things.

By lacking in consensus, we gain insight, knowledge, greater understanding of how someone else thinks -- whether right or wrong.   It's at the point of reaching "a consensus"  when all of us should stop and wonder, wait a minute...what are the consequences, what are we missing, what has history taught us thus far?  Is this really what we want, where we want to go, what we should do?  IS it?

And then -- in that moment of consensus-itus realize that the thing we should be doing may not actually be what the consensus of some believe at all; maybe political correctness does affect outcome; just maybe history has been here before, and lays the foundation for a better course of action.

And yes -- maybe the consensus on climate change is YES, there is climate change; but the real question is whether we all believe it is man-made....or just part of the masterpiece that is this world -- a kind of climate change carousing  with mother earth since the beginning of time...indeed.

And here's another angle -- and in the news thanks to one Billy BadBoyClinton.  Take Obamacare -- there was only "consensus" from the left; not one republican voted for it.  Not one.  And now look at it..."the craziest thing ever."

And just for the record -- from the beginning, this Obamacare was planned to fail.  Oh yes, go ahead and hate me, call me a racist, whatever -- it was.  It was planned to fail in order to eventually get to the single payer system, and thereby seal the bad deal into another debt for eternity, adding to the long list of government un-funded liabilities (currently hundreds of trillions in the fiery hole that is hell on hybrid wheels).  Obamacare was designed to break America in two; consider it just another dimension of good and evil playing with the fundamentals, resting on the ultimate goal of total transformation.

Now, before I go for today -- someone near and dear to my heart sent me a link to an article by Victor Davis Hanson; and I'm thinking not only that I like how he thinks, but may even go so far as to admit consensus between two parties without prejudice (teehee).

The thing is:  consensus can change with the winds of time and on a dime -- and we are talking all things being equally man-made this time around.  So without further adieu, read this from Hanson: 2016  Mirrors years that sparked world wars...here's his final two cents:
"The problem is that there is no other “someone” (especially not the United Nations or the European Union) with the requisite power and authority except the United States. But for a long time America has done more than its fair share of international policing — and its people are tired of costly dragon-slaying abroad.

The result is that at this late date, the tough medicine of restoring long-term deterrence is as almost as dangerous as the disease of continual short-term appeasement."

All things are not equal on the world stage, if ever they ever could be! (and btw, the pink hilites was all G x)

America is constantly at work, correcting wrongs of our own making, and even the wrongs we had no business being part of, if only to protect what is good -- and it's a value no man can truly quantify. As a nation, America has always been a citizenship sensitive to the needs of others, foreign and domestic, even if the resolution was a long time in the making.

Trigger warnings abound.  Safe places, there are none.  In reality, we must deal with reality and that includes the workings of good and evil competing for world power, or our attention, all the live long day.  Our reaction to such antics is what reveals who we are and how much we care about WHAT KIND OF WORLD WE WANT TO HAVE.  And that kind of world is constantly in flux -- by hoodlums and globalists sometimes looking an awful lot alike.

What I DO KNOW -- regarding things like ISIS -- they will never ever never ever come to a consensus with the western world.  Never,  Did I say Never?  yes.  never.   There is no consensus there.

Man-made climate change dwellers will never see eye to eye with the Mighty God Made All things of and around the Earth believers -- as climate change comes and goes for ever and a millennium. There is no consensus there.

And regarding the globalization equalization conundrum -- clearly, consensus has not been reached.

It's a moving target: how 'bout we aim for consensus, but keep an open mind.  Almost anything can happen tomorrow, and this, too, shall change.

Make it a Good Day, G