Reasons why I would not want to be President:

I've been wanting to write this bit for a while, as to why I would not want to be president.

Number One Reason, I would not want to be president.
Basically if a president does what his job title demands of them, they are suppose to sign new bills into law. This is where it's almost impossible to be a president if you don't know how to read all that legal ease that amounts to something like a shrewd banker and his derivative equations. No one can figure then out and the bills never get read by anyone more than an assistant.

The real simple rule that would fix all this problem. Have it to where the president has to be able to sign every page of a bill in less than a minute. If he's rushing through it, maybe we'll know that he is up to something.

The way they got it now, sorry I have to laugh. He signs his name several times with different pins on the front page and then gives the pins away, (to the ones who wrote the mess?).
What the heck is up with that?

I would not sign anything I had not read,
or didn't understand.

Number Two Reason, I would not want to be president.
you are the president, you got the hot potato. It's the thing nobody wants. Heck, they got a guy fallowing you around with a briefcase. Inside that there briefcase is a place to punch in codes you need so you can press the red little button.

There is something about that little red button I do not want anything to do with. That thing is the scariest thing on this planet

And oh, a message to North Korea and Iran. You don't even want one of those little red buttons. Because having one of those little red buttons, is like having a bunch of those little red buttons pointed right at you. And we got plenty of those little red buttons already and we don't need any more. We don't know what to do with the ones we already have with little computer chips inside. I just don't trust those little computer chips controlling any atomic bomb pointed anywhere.

I see nothing attractive about playing hot potato.
If you are the president, you got the hot potato.
It's the thing nobody wants.

John Lennon said, something like:
Learn to walk away and live another day

Reason Number Three, why I would not want to be president.
I would never win if I never took more than a $10,000.oo donation from private individuals when the competition is taking money from corporate companies and organizations.

    Reason Number Four, why I would not want to be president.
I'd want to be able to raise my own kids with a sense of value that an honest day's work is an honest day's pay.

The way they have it set up now, the Bush daughters, Chelsea Clinton and her hubby Marc Mezvinsky have free rains at running around playing games with a government loop hole. From what I gather it's all about making the secret service pay for the rights to trademarked and copyrighted images that appear on the video surveillance tapes they are required to purchase if the politician is inside an establishment for more than ten minutes. I bet the loop hole was originally designed to pad the pockets of the politicians corporate sponsors, by the way of getting the government to buy the rights to use the corporate trademark name or logo.
       We've got these guys like Marc Mezvinsky with their roll-a-dexes. And the Bush daughters with their big purses.
Folks, I have heard all about these kids, running around and robbing you blind. To them - money just grows on trees down at the local supermarket.
        What really bothers me is also the supermarket thing about it. The supermarkets like Abertsons and Miners  Ace Hardware will actually go out of their way to make even more cameras in one spot just to be able to sell more images to the government. Albertsons put a remote control with zoom in just for me. I looked up from the magazine rack at which I was standing at the moment the kid gave me the eviction notice; I saw at least 6 cameras that could have taken separate images of me at the same location I visited almost every day.  Just that times thirty.

When I started out with my stripper act, they almost panicked, but they were surprised that there was so much contemplation as whether I was going to be able to pull it off. I was just having fun with it as I was rubbing it in there face. It took a couple days of their contemplations before I gave them the art work they some how deep inside feared about. Then they give me something that was dated two days earlier.  

At Miners, it was the new camera being installed in the wood shed. One time I was almost certain that the alarm flash mounted on the camera flashed when my back was turned to it. That was some what a give away.
    You should have seen the quiver in the guy playing Lance the assistant manager.  I told him if I didn't see the money within 24 hours, I'd be putting him out of a job because I'd just put them out of business.

The next was being confident I wouldn't see any labels on peoples clothing. For some reason, people just love labels at some kind of status symbol. Gee , just get over that shit folks. I've always thought paying to advertise someone's product is the wrong way it's suppose to be. The pro's get to be paid to ware labels, why shouldn't you. The way I see it, the labels should be subsidizing the clothing idiom. Therefore for you should be paying less for something with a label or logo. But we pay more. We play more to be someone's walking billboard.

Any how, back to this whole free money for the pickings thing. I'd want to be the first to say if my plan would go well and we all wanted to get the best bang out of each buck, I would start of by saying the employees shouldn't expect the Christmas bonus until the second week of January.
Update 9/25: The need to try my hand at middle management comes to mind when I realize that there is some kind of flaw in a game plan. Such as the one, that it wouldn't be fair to the existing employees has to share the money with the new hires over the holiday season. The debate has been either half shares or third shares, but I think the third share is the victor at least in the stores with a lot of employees. The one of reasons there should be a share for a new hire, is that you can bet there isn't going to be a shortage of good employees to be found because of it.
        See the deal is. If any one has been any good with their budget, of which they would have to be happy with the fact that they have a budget to work with at all. But they will surely max out their credit cards at Christmas, (which the stores use to sell you the merchandise, they got from my little thing. Then there is the take back and return and other people's Christmas bonuses. and during the first week of January the stores will figure out where they sit with the cash they made of the employees money. ) 

The supermarkets make so much money, the employees just have to watch it all go down and just figure it's only good for them if the store they are working for has more than enough money. But what does it get these employees, watching some spoiled brat kid, go running around and snatching up the tax dollar that is taken out of their pay check.  
         These employees have to watch these kids and politicians come into their place of work, rob them, and watch as national Secret Service provides the ability to do so.

Ah, another way to put it, is you've got the politicians and their families going into a local store or event,  they rape the US taxpayers and use security guards to make it all go down. I've been looking at these guards all day. They are bunch of creeps who know nothing about providing a safe place, but know just how to help these spoiled brats rob you.

I think the people who have had to sit back and watch the dirty deeds go down should be compensated. It should be their turn to go around and pick up money instead of watching some assholes pick up theirs. September 23th, 2010

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I've decided to post an old log from my stats I saved since last summer.
It's from the:
US Treasury Department.  
Executive Office Of Asset Forfeiture

I take it's the Office that has everything to do with damages the government pays out in law suits. And boy did they spend some time reading the good stuff. 
     Funny: on the same day I got a visit from the CIA also.
August Stats  enjoy.


2008 campains & elections

Bill Clinton mud

Over the Hill dirt

Bad Lawmakers

Busted Crooks


I found this web-site that is titled
Clinton's body count

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger screws over the Solar Industry in California, and Newsweek Magazine still calls him green.

Hey check out this e-mail
I got from a political robot.
Are we so Stupid?

An illustrated guide to
GOP Scandals

N.Y. Gov. Eliot Spitzer
hooked by
Ashley Alexandra Dupre

March 10-14, 2008

I found this web-site and they actually let me post something on it.

Sept. 17th, '10: 
I've been wanting to.
write this bit for a while,
as to why we need to do some kind of drastic campaign reform in order to keep from becoming nothing but a big war machine.
     Got this friend with the sneakiest laugh.
He's an ex- Marine, who fought the V
ietnam war.
We watched the Hurt Locker together.

Mr.M. was involved with blowing up POW's that were use as human shield for fuel supply.
I had read all about this stuff in a book by Terry Read who started out as a marine and ended up working for the CIA later figuring out where all these POWs and Fuel Stations are.. (Somewhere - need to find- BooK Reviews)

Anyhow Mr.M somehow found himself in trouble for doing something wrong or another. But the reaction was that the military, used it against him in order to make him do some more crazy stuff that wasn't exactly on the level.
 What ever this crazy stuff was, his wife would not watch the Hurt Locker with us.

What really bothers Mr.M is the fact that a person can walk into a building in Nevada, sit in a comfortable chair, in an air conditioned room, can fly and airplane on the other side of the world and drop bombs on people and watch it all on a TV screen.
A man can do this all day and then walk out of the building at the end of the day and drive his car home to his wife and kids.
"There's just something about that, that really gets me." he said.
                  I hear you bud.


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"Once a government is committed to the principle of silencing the voice of opposition, it has only one way to go, and that is down the path of increasingly repressive measures, until it becomes a source of terror to all its citizens and creates a country where everyone lives in fear."

-- Harry S. Truman,
message to Congress,
    August 8, 1950


I have to give the RollingStone Magazine a plug for their Sept. 6th issue. They got a bit on the money wasted and lost in this war Bush has got US into.
        I wish RS would post the whole article on their website so I could just post a link to it. Boy, Halliburton sure took US to the cleaners.



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My Flyer in

September 10, 2010:
OMG, it happened, a lousy pastor with 50 idiots and two web-sites have disrupted our president's day.
And he did it with no teleprompter. Gee, they must have figured that it would look more like it was from the heart.
I wonder how much this cost tax payers.
I'm willing to bet that the media has paid for the ticket for to take the idiot to New York.

Like I just told this guy,; I'll bet this $1000 computer against you $100 that the media didn't pay for the ticket.

I couldn't get any challengers. I probably couldn't find on for $10          I'm sorry, I had to laugh.

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