Ron Paul Meetup In Delco

It’s coming up fast! always a good time at Casey’s Restaurant, located at 812 Lansdowne Ave in Drexel Hill, Right across from Bond’s Shopping Center. Looking forward to meeting my fellow Ron Paul supporters from Delaware County and elsewhere.

Info below:

When? Thursday, Jan 3, 2008, 7:30 PM
Where? Casey’s Restaurant and Saloon

812 Lansdowne Ave. Drexel Hill
Drexel Hill, PA 19026
Telco # 610-789-7575

Cheers and have a Happy and safe New Year!

P.S. I am looking forward to meeting all of you who read our blog, regardless of the so called “party affiliation”.


Happy New Year! I’ve been controlling my self from posting my opinions on world issues , namely politics, and felt the NEED to tell you all about a local band that although I’ve never seen preform in person (yet), they really get me rocking.

Their name is Soraia, the band consists of from their web site – Dave Justo (lead guitar), Travis Smith (bass guitar), Sue Mansour (vocals, tambo), Joe Armstrong (drums), and Joe Francia (rhythm guitar)… They have a new CD out called Shed The Skin. A bit different from Recipe For Disaster, but the mix of Joplin like, sixties – seventies gritty music combined with Susan’s hard core yet subtle? vixen voice makes for a decent sound.

They rock! – No offense Howard.

Anyway, I plan to see them at Tom n Jerry’s in Milmont Park (I call it Ridley) on the 17th of January.

Cheers and stay safe.

A Heads Up To All You Pedophiles

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The above information says a lot about who you are. We routinely check our stats page and have seen several computer users over the past few weeks being re directed to this blog after typing in such inquires as “Child Porn” or “Natalee Holloway Raped” And other titles too vulgar and obscene to mention. Lest be forewarned.. Seek help, or shoot yourself. You”ll be doing the world good just in time for Christmas.


P.S. We also block any third party web sites such as You Hide, Hide My Ass, The Cloak, and any more that pop up.

Election was closer than you think

Below is a copy of a letter I sent to local papers. The significance is that I lost by two votes. So is this a typical tactic that we should expect from the R’s?

Note that these facts can be confirmed by anyone. All Public info.

To the residents of Radnor’s Fifth Ward: I would like to present you with some facts concerning the recent election and a Husband Wife who voted in the 5th Ward.

In the spring, before the Primary, a letter concerning the Act 1 referendum that I had sent to these folks as part of a “Ward-wide” mailing was returned to me as “Undeliverable”. I dutifully noted this fact in my election database. As I was canvassing over the summer and fall I visited the former address of Husband and Wife and confirmed they no longer live at that address, it is now a rental property. This explained why my letter had been returned. I was told by neighbors that they had moved at least two years prior. When I got a copy of the updated voter registration list in the fall, I noted that Husband and Wife were still registered at the old address. This did not surprise me because these lists are notorious for being out dated. However, I was surprised to see that they had voted in the 5th Ward in the Primary. This warranted further investigation.. First I “Googled” their names and found an address in the Fourth Ward. The telephone directories also give the same Fourth Ward address. Next I looked at the County real estate information on line. The Fifth Ward property is indeed owned by Husband and Wife, however the taxpayer information section lists the Fourth Ward address. Lastly, I confirmed they also own and live at the Fourth Ward address cited for Taxpayer information. Did I mention, one of these folks was a Committee person, not mine?

Armed with this information I instructed my Poll Watcher to challenge Husband and Wife if they came to vote in the Fifth Ward in November. Unfortunately, Husband got past my Watcher during a brief break but Wife did not, and was challenged. The Judge of Elections contacted Media and was told that the individual would be permitted to vote if she signed an affidavit stating that she lived at the Fifth Ward address listed on the voter register. After signing the affidavit, she preceded vote.

So what do you think? The lawyers tell me, “The residency argument is very tricky” In my non-lawyer mind, where you sleep and where your wife and family sleep is where you live, not to mention where the County and US Postal Service think you reside. Maybe this election was even closer than you thought.

Thieves steal yet more $$$ – (Just in time for CHRISTMAS)

Printing money out of thin air while all the U.S. Gold has been stolen decades ago. When will this end? Hopefully, when RON PAUL, a Republican Congressman from Texas is elected in 2008. You’ll not see any MSM outlet giving him attention though, because they are owned by foreigners with no care for America other than to rape her and bleed her dry.. Would you give your checkbook to a stranger?

House passes $516 billion spending bill
Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON – The House Monday approved a $516 billion measure funding 14 Cabinet agencies and funding for troops in Afghanistan, setting the stage for a year-end budget deal with the White House.

President Bush has signaled he’ll ultimately sign the measure — assuming up to $40 billion more is provided by the Senate for the Iraq war — despite opposition from GOP conservatives.

In an unusual two-step, lawmakers first voted 253-154 to approve the omnibus spending bill; they then voted 206-201 to add $31 billion for troops in Afghanistan to the measure. The combined $516 billion spending package is set for Senate debate on Tuesday.

The year-end measure mostly sticks within Bush’s budget, though it shifts billions of dollars into politically sensitive programs he sought to cut. Bush signaled he would sign the measure, awarding a 4 percent increase, on average, to domestic programs.

Bush’s approval depends on Senate Republicans succeeding, later this week, in adding up to $40 billion for U.S. troops in Iraq.

“We’re making some pretty good progress toward coming up with a fiscally sound budget, one that meets priorities, helps on some emergencies and enables us to say that we’ve been fiscally sound with the people’s money,” Bush said Monday.

The 1,482-page bill has been shorn of Democratic policy riders that drew White House veto threats, such as an attempt to ease or end restrictions on aid to overseas family planning groups that provide abortions.

Republicans generally opposed the omnibus bill measure since it fails to include funding for military operations in Iraq and provides $13 billion above Bush’s “top line” request for the one-third of the budget passed each year by Congress.

The Senate is expected to approve the bill after substituting $70 billion in funding for Iraq and Afghanistan. The complicated plan calls for the House to have a vote limited to the war funding. That vote, if successful, would clear the combined bill for Bush’s approval and allow lawmakers to go home for Christmas.

The result would be a twin defeat for Democrats, who had vowed not to allow additional Iraq war funding without conditions and had spent months on legislation to add $27 billion to domestic programs, an almost 7 percent increase.

Bush sought a much smaller increase, less than 1 percent, for domestic programs other than military base construction; the Democratic bill provides domestic increases averaging about 4 percent, once “emergency” funding above Bush’s budget is included.

Democrats succeeded in reversing cuts sought by Bush to heating subsidies, local law enforcement, Amtrak and housing as well as Bush’s plan to eliminate the $654 million budget for grants to community action agencies that help the poor.

To find the money, lawmakers shifted $6 billion from Bush’s plans for defense, foreign aid and military base construction accounts. Veterans would get $3.7 billion more than Bush requested, supplied on an “emergency” basis above Bush’s budget cap.

Democrats were able to put their imprint on the bill, restoring Bush-sought cuts to state and local law enforcement grants, aid to community action groups and airport modernization grants.

Democrats also added funding for food programs, subsidies to community development banks and Homeland Security Department grants to first responders.

Democrats also touted increases for Social Security administrative costs aimed at reducing backlogs for disability claims. They added $544 million above Bush’s budget to battle AIDS overseas, and awarded a 16 percent boost for the National Endowment of the Arts, a frequent target of GOP conservatives. The chronically underfunded Consumer Product Safety Commission would get a 28 percent hike in its budget.

Conservative Republicans opposed the measure, and House GOP leaders issued a carefully worded statement announcing they would oppose the bill on Monday — but leaving open the option to support it when it comes back for a final vote, as early as Wednesday.

The measure caps months of battling with Bush over the one-sixth of the budget passed each year by Congress for domestic programs such as education, food aid and low-income housing. Bush steadfastly refused to negotiate with Congress over a cap of $933 billion for all such discretionary appropriations, which include the $459 billion defense budget bill enacted last month. Democrats sought $23 billion above Bush’s cap.

Taxpayers for Common Sense, a Washington-based watchdog group that opposed so-called pork barrel projects, counted 8,983 such “earmarks” worth $7.4 billion. These hometown pet projects include economic development grants, aid to local transit and police departments, and clean water projects, among many others.

Merry Christmas all you sheep.. Sleep tight.

P.s. All in favor of ending this madness? Good luck. They have cornered the market and it would take something “Big” to tame them.

The Truth About Mumia Abu-Jamal Finally Told

Maureen Faulkner lays flowers at a plaque at the site of her husband's death.

Let’s just say that it’s about time that the real truth came out by a woman who has endured multiple death threats from SCUMBAGS who made a rotten murderer into some sort of celebrity. There is way to much evidence contrary to what one blog is posting, that the man received a fair trial. The only thing that didn’t happen is that he was put six feet under. On this anniversary of Danny’s murder, remember just who were the victims.
P.s. All you Mumia supporters should be deported to France.

Jocelyn & Eddie – End Game

Jocelyn Sarah Kirsch
In today’s Daily News on page three is a story about two young people who supposedly ripped off their friends and neighbors in excess of a hundred grand by stealing their identities. Edward Anderton and Jocelyn Kirsch both are charged with identity theft, forgery, unlawful use of a computer and several other charges.

Jocelyn and Eddie

The duo, dubbed Philly’s own “Bonnie & Clyde” are far from the real ones who killed several people back in the thirties. This story took wings because of two things: One, the public’s obsession with these types of stories, and two, it seems that pretty women can catch your eye than some Ugly Betty type.

My prediction? These two pay restitution and maybe do 6 months max, unless the Feds get involved. After all, attractive, young intelligent people who come from well to do families always seem to get some sort of magical treatment as opposed to the less fortunate.

On a side note: Never trust anyone to use your computer unless you absolutely have to. There are many ways of installing a key logger without detection by Norton, McAfee, AVG, or any other so called “Anti Virus” software. Also, be sure to delete your Exif information from any pictures you post on the net. older programs like Adobe Photoshop 5.5 (that I own), will not parse the data like the newer version.


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