I took this photo at the post office, and this sign doesn’t look new. So, we can ascertain that the federal government figured out a long time ago that it didn’t want non law enforcement personnel carrying weapons on their property… But we should discuss placing guns in schools? If there’s no room for guns at the post office, should we really surround children with guns?
I’m gonna go ahead and say no… But on the other hand, a well place police cruiser could certainly be a welcomed addition to any schools security plans.
These anti-Obama protestors clearly know that the election is over (but not that it’s winter – despite the snow – as they’re not wearing coats) as they are advocating impeachment for President Obama, but I’m going to get them a calendar for Christmas anyway. See, it’s much easier to try to swing people’s votes in a place where elections are close (presidential elections are not close in my area) than it is to pressure local citizens to pressure their representatives in congress to impeach a president. Besides, impeachment doesn’t throw an official out of office, it just puts them on trial, and if they lose the trial they could be removed from office, but they may not necessarily be kicked to the curb.
I’m just assuming that the goal of people who can’t figure out that they need a coat during winter must be more than a trial – I’d think they’d be advocating for full removal from office because they must be serious folks with a point to make if they’re standing out in the snow in February in a town with a population less than 10,000… blah. I thought about interviewing them, but my veggie delight sandwich was getting soggy, so I bounced.
As you know, President Obama has been sworn in for his second term as President of the United States. Despite the Inauguration occurring on Martin Luther King Jr Day, most of us had to work and missed the festivities. And it’s a good thing, too – Governor Christie didn’t enjoy the speech, so I’m sure that means it was a pinko commie manifesto that tarnishes this great country. Let’s take a look. Continue reading
Welcome to CreativeJamie.com’s 639th post – and I have absolutely no idea what it is.
Watch it in its entirety…
I saw this just as you are seeing it – completely out of context. And I have no idea what I’m looking at. I see what is happening, but what in the hell does this have to do with Obama? I don’t get it. If anybody knows, I’d love to hear why this makes sense.
By now, I’m sure you’ve heard of the NRA’s suggestion of putting an armed guard in all schools – I’ve also heard an NRA rep say teachers should be armed and trained. Finally, the NRA released an attack ad that called the President an ‘elitist hypocrite,’ which seems to refer to the Secret Service protection that he and his family receive. This seems to deliberately miss the point that President Obama is making.
I had planned an entire series of “I’m voting for Obama” posts, but Hurricane Sandy screwed that up. Anyway, here is the penultimate post on why I’m voting for Obama.
(Unfortunately, I don’t have time to unleash the humongous essays on various issues I had planned, so I’m only providing the Cliff Notes version on limited topics.) Continue reading
During the first presidential debate (I’m only one debate behind – awesome!) Governor Romney mentioned that while he did love Big Bird, if he were elected president, he would stop the subsidy to PBS. This comment has inspired me to do two very scary things: 1) look up details on government spending and 2) math.
In case you missed Romney’s quote from the debate, here it is, in all of it’s out of context glory:
“I’m sorry Jim, I’m going to stop the subsidy to PBS. I like PBS, I actually love Big Bird. I like you too, but I’m not going to keep on spending money on things to borrow money from China to pay for.”
She sent President Lincoln a letter and suggested that he grow a beard – SO HE DID. Crazy, right? I just assumed Lincoln fancied the beard, always had a beard, or at least always had a beard later in life, but nope – not until 1860.
Check out Grace Bedell on wikipedia and read the letter one little girl wrote to then candidate Lincoln that changed Lincoln’s face forever.
I’ve decided that for part 1 of my “I’m voting for Obama” series, I’d point you in the direction of an infinitely superior writer in the personage of Mr. Peter David:
Who would have guessed that Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney would be so hilarious? The dude is straight up funny, and that’s no lie. Here are some of his funniest lines from the campaign trail.
Politicians must text, right? It’s a standard mode of communication these days and I’d have to imagine it’s an invaluable tool during the constant on the go of a presidential campaign. Here’s what I imagine the texts exchanged between Mitt Romney and his campaign manager look like.
Also, 10 bucks says Mitt uses a Blackberry.
My bachelor’s degree might say cum laude on it (ladies*), but this doesn’t mean I’m especially intelligent. I know this** because I don’t understand the GOP trying to yank Todd Akin out of a Senate race for saying stupid things about rape and pregnancy while simultaneously reaffirming their commitment to a Constitutional Amendment that outlaws abortion under any circumstances. Also, skinny dipping is not a great idea if you’re a member of Congress… well, they might have a handle on that one.
For nearly a decade now, Iraq has struggled with intermittent electricity problems. Some folks receive 10 hours of power a day, some 4, and some have other varied experiences in between. This isn’t a new story and there doesn’t seem to be anything new to report – but that’s not stopping the Iraqi Electricity Ministry from posting daily reports. And the best way to let Iraqis know about these daily electricity reports is billboards featuring Katie Couric.
Now that the Supreme Court has ruled that the Affordable Care Act is constitutional, the aftermath can begin. In the next few months and years, the law will be implemented, but I’m more concerned with the here and now. If the court had struck down the law, we would have seen some sweet attack ads in the upcoming presidential election. Now we can only guess at what we’ve lost… Continue reading