Tuesday, February 09, 2016

Donald Trump's Profanity Revisited

Dennis Prager wrote a great column on the subject over at the National Review Online... You'll find it HERE.


Monday, February 08, 2016

To be fair to the Donald:
Christie Threatened to Drop "F-Bomb" at the 2012 GOP Convention

Ultimately, Christie was given the keynote address at the 2012 GOP convention - a coveted speaking slot reserved for rising stars. There, his "big" personality came out in a big way: when organizers told Christie that they were scrapping a three-minute introduction video before his speech due to time constraints, the governor insisted they reconsider. When they pushed back, according to Balz, Christie told a member of the production team "to ask the director if he had ever heard anyone say 'f***' on live television, because that's what he was about to do if the video didn't run."
After another sharp exchange, Christie said he wouldn't deliver the speech if the video didn't run. Romney's convention team leader, Russ Schriefer, intervened, instructing the director to play the video.

Are all the Republican candidates more or less immoral in their speech?

I reject Christie because of his liberal record, his lack of enthusiasm and team play for Romney... His Obama Hug and his keynote Flop at the convention... But now I have another reason.


Saturday, February 06, 2016

We’re gonna bring businesses back from Mexico so you can tell them to GO...

Trump May Not Be as F-ing Devout as He Claims

Yesterday Donald Trump mouthed the F word at a rally in New Hampshire, startling any deaf lip readers that may have been watching, and disgusting the Christians who had foolishly bought into his conversion story.

Someone needs to quickly mail him a WWJD bracelet along with the suggestion that "go F themselves" is never found, nor highlighted in red, in the Gospels.

I believe Trump's Evangelical support just got a lot smaller... and a lot less enthusiastic.


Friday, February 05, 2016

The Problem with Ted Cruz

Cruz is a guy I would love to stick in the White House without having to worry about his electability. 

There is something in his manner and facial expressions that scream "fake" and "creepy" and it makes me want to shake him and say, "Ted... You come across like a very poor high school drama student."

I have read two articles from two very different sources that comment on the way he emotes.

In Psychology Today Richard Cytowic M.D. writes, "It’s hard to look at Ted Cruz’s face. He’s a brilliant orator with a sharp legal mind. But his expression unsettles me. I know my reaction is visceral and automatic, but as a neurologist it is my business to notice things out of the ordinary and probe them. The Senator’s atypical expressions leave me uneasy.

And then there is that open “O” of the Senator’s mouth that photos capture over and over. I don’t know what to make of it. But he makes it when he overtly emotes—shows us as well as tells us that he is determined, irritated, or above it all—whereas speakers who are angry, indignant, or rhetorically displeased push their mouth forward in a pout. He doesn’t. Google “Ted Cruz smiling,” and judge for yourself. For the record I am not a Democrat. I’m at a loss to verbalize what unsettles me so when I watch the freshman senator. But it leaves me cold."

Of the Republican field, I think Ted Cruz would make the best president.  But I work with little girls who are in their twenties and thirties who are as conservative as I am, but don't do politics... And when they tell me that Ted Cruz is creepy... I know Ted has a problem with his image.

And that needs to be considered, because we have to win this election.


Monday, February 01, 2016

Quote of the Day

"I do not believe the election next fall can be won by a vulgar, profane, mannerless Manhattan Hillbilly."
-- Malott ... January 31, 2016


Thursday, January 28, 2016

The Trump Tapes: Vol. 1

How Do You Solve a Problem Like the Donald?

Trump is saying exactly what conservative Republicans want to hear... But after listening to the video above you may come to only one of the following conclusions:

1.  Trump was lying before.
2.  Trump is lying now.
3.  Trump underwent an amazing transformation.
4.  Trump has no core values.

I am having a difficult time believing number 3.

We are one liberal supreme court justice away from losing much of the freedom and autonomy we currently enjoy. 

I believe it is in our best interest to pick the most conservative politician that can win.

I believe I know who that is... And it isn't Donald Trump... Nor is it the guy I like the most.


Saturday, January 09, 2016

Surely the Democrats Can Do Better

If Brian Williams, who lied about being forced down by enemy fire in a helicopter over Iraq, is deemed unworthy to be an anchorman...

Then surely Hillary Clinton, who lied about landing in Bosnia and running with her head down because of "sniper fire," is unworthy of the presidency.

She lied about being named after Sir Edmund Hillary... She lied to the families of the victims of the Benghazi attacks.

I don't expect the Democrats to nominate a conservative.  But can't they find someone with at least a modicum of character?

Across the breadth of this nation I'll bet there are ten, maybe even eleven Democrats with more character than Hillary Clinton.


Tuesday, December 08, 2015

Sweden Welcomes Muslims

The risk of being raped in Sweden during one’s lifetime is one out of four.

As Muslim men immigrated to Sweden they brought with them an Islamic culture sanctioning rape. It is a culture bad enough inherently in the treatment of its own women. Under sharia, Muslim women serve little more purpose beyond catering to their husbands’ sexual demands. A non-submissive wife runs the risk of being raped by her husband.

But under Sharia this rape culture also impacts upon Swedish women as they are “infidels” and, as such, are — according to Allah’s teachings — sanctioned targets for rape by Muslim men. Such an Islamic belief system has born witness to a drastic increase in rapes in Sweden — more than a thousand fold — since first opening its doors to Muslim immigration.

So Malott's Blog has to ask this:  What is best for the American women and girls that we love?  Does America really need more men from the middle east in its neighborhoods?  What exactly do we get in exchange for that?

Has the Left Wing love for multiculturalism left us bereft of all common sense?


Wednesday, December 02, 2015

Dad Speaks at Veteran Service

My dad, 94-year-old WWII Navy veteran Jean Malott spoke at the veteran's service at Jerome Christian Church on November 8th... And received his first ever standing ovation.


Friday, October 30, 2015

Lay's Corporation Goes Gay... or LGBT

So I went right out and bought some Mikesells Potato Chips for myself.  I may start buying them for friends, family, and maybe people I meet on the street...

Mikesells are better chips than Lay's, and as far as I know Mikesells does not encourage a lifestyle that sends unrepentant participants to an eternal Hell.  (An important point)

In this video Lay's is not flipping off God alone... There is also a dig at political conservatives.  Fine.

So Lay's Corporation is run by the enemies of God... and Conservatism.  Good to know.  I think I can make it through the rest of my life not sending them a penny in support of their evangelistic work.


Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Quote for the Day

“The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter."
--Winston Churchill


Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Quote for the Day

You seem to consider the judges as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions; a very dangerous doctrine indeed, and one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy. Our judges are as honest as other men, and not more so. They have, with others, the same passions for party, for power, and the privilege of their corps.... Their power the more dangerous as they are in office for life, and not responsible, as the other functionaries are, to the elective control. The Constitution has erected no such single tribunal, knowing that to whatever hands confided, with the corruptions of time and party, its members would become despots. It has more wisely made all the departments co-equal and co-sovereign within themselves.

--President Jefferson criticizing the Marbury v. Madison Decision


Friday, August 07, 2015

Rush Limbaugh is Gay for Donald Trump

The universe is making little sense today.  After the first Republican Debates last night I listened to Rush Limbaugh to hear his opinion on who played well and who didn't. 

All he talked about was Donald Trump... Seriously, I'm talking 90% of the 3-hour radio show....  And I don't understand the fixation.

I know that Trump is anti-Republican Establishment which is dear to Limbaugh's heart, but Ted Cruz is every bit the anti-establishment Republican, and is also a good man... A good man with a conservative record.

Trump has been all over the map in his politics and loyalties. 

Limbaugh is supposedly the Conservative's Conservative.  Why does he insist upon propping up this buffoon? 

And thanks the pathetic efforts of the FOX interviewers, (Is there anyone more full of herself than Meghan Kelly?)  we know nothing about what qualities Trump would look for in a  Supreme Court nominee... Who he would hire as advisers... What leaders he would pattern himself after...

What a waste of an opportunity to inform the voters.

And then Limbaugh appears to have gone insane.

It makes my head hurt.