Daily Archives: January 9, 2012

Stupid liberal (and childish) quote of the day


“One of my goals is to keep Romney from being in a position to rush the nomination. The longer this goes on the more clearer it is how unconservative his record is.”
Does Gingrich consider himself a “Reagan conservative”? Global warming, federal mandated health care, voting for the creation of the Department of Education, no understanding whatsoever of how business works (see his near socialist statement from Saturday’s debate). Oh and dare we forget that him hitting Romney right now is a complete violation of Reagan’s 11th Commandment, “Thou shalt not speak ill of your fellow Republican.” The fact is that, sadly, on almost any economic issue I can think of is that Newt is far more liberal than Romney. I have my issues with some of Romney’s record, but this is nothing compared to the issues I have with Newt’s embrace of always stabbing conservative principles in the back.

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If You Liked Bush’s Big-Government Policies, You’ll Love Santorum’s Statism

International Liberty

I’m a big believer in fairness. And since I’ve written about the shortcomings of Newt Gingrich, Mitch Daniels, Ron Paul, Herman Cain, Michele Bachmann, and Mitt Romney, I need to say something about Rick Santorum.

Actually, I don’t need to say anything, because other people have done that job already.

Here’s an excerpt of what Conn Carroll of the Washington Examiner wrote.

“Don’t tread on me” — the rallying cry emblazoned on the Gadsden flag — might as well have been the official motto of the Tea Party. If there is one central theme to the most politically effective movement in recent memory, it’s that the federal government needs to get out of our lives. Which is why it is so disheartening that Rick Santorum has become the supposed conservative alternative to Mitt Romney in the Republican primary. You would be hard-pressed to…

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Weekly Meditation: Sixth Charka Listening

I’m going with a bit of a stretch here.  The sixth chakra is the chakra out our third eye, that is it is a chakra that deals more with sight in a spiritual sense than a literal sense, which is why I don’t have a lot meditations about looking at bright and shinny pictures.  However it is also the chakra of any form of higher intuition and has also been associated with one’s ears (although I’ve read other sources that have a separate chakra for the ear…hell, I’ve seen sources that list dozens upon dozens of chakra…the point is let’s not get nit-picky and just go with this as a 6th Chakra meditation)…so let’s work on not only seeing the truth in all things but hearing the truth.

This might be a little more difficult to do depending on your schedule, where you live and your life style, but I want you to just quietly meditate.  The catch, and you knew there would be one, is I want you to spend 15 minutes sitting (preferably lotus position) in a dark quiet place during the most quiet part of the day you can get the time (Right before bed or immediately after waking up might be a good call).  And now focus on everything you hear..this is why I want it to be quiet so you are paying attention to the silence.  Try not to think about anything just focus on the silence.  This will help you clear your mind and listen to yourself at a deeper level.

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