Archive for December, 2011

a special place

Posted in democrats, liberals, obama era with tags , on December 30, 2011 by Word-Drum

Hell must be vast. We can mostly agree on some of the residents. They murdered and raped and ended up roasting in the eternal flames of Hell.

But there is a special place for the do-gooder. The road there is paved with good intentions as Mr. Mencken said. Not the good intentions of an honest employer who only ask for work in exchange for an agreed amount of compensation. No, these are the good intentions that don’t work out. They are not fair or correct in their assertions.

Forget Hell, here on Earth we are suffering under the myth of Global Warming. It drains our finances and most importantly, our energy. The Left’s Green Alternative Energy is no energy. That’s the alternative.

By the time there is mass starvation and people dying of hypothermia, the “well intentioned” liberals might be dead. When they show up in Hell, they won’t even know why they are there. Perhaps they will be able to monitor events on Earth and will see what they have sown for Humanity.

So too for the genius’ who so passionately believe in Socialized Medicine for the United States. They overlooked the undemocratic maneuvers of the Democratic Party to push through Obama Care. Or the contents and quality of the bill. There’s a little bit of Stalin inside liberals. By Any Means Necessary is the rule for them. But when you are consistently wrong on everything you end up in that special place.

Why can’t we start to segregate these sorry individuals now? If we can see where they are going, perhaps we can stop them before it’s too late. Put them on an island or in certain neighborhoods. Keep them away from having any political power and maybe even give them a chance for eternal bliss rather than the alternative.

NPR LIED, PEOPLE DIED

The Commiecrats would bring Hell on Earth for human beings. The cold would get us not the flames. Or many would end up mangled in the crappy little Green cars we are forced to drive. Or be blown up by crazed Muslims who can see how weak America has become and take the opportunity to destroy us (cause they dig it).

So even though they had a job for life working at NPR, those old ladies and gay guys are all going far south after they meet their Maker. Because good intentions (I don’t really believe them anyway, I think they are merely anti-conservative bigots) don’t matter when you are just wrong.

turn it up

Posted in conservatives, democrats, liberals, politics on December 23, 2011 by Word-Drum

The Left will never stop smearing the Right. They will cling to their lies about us to the bitter end. What else do they have?

So let’s turn up the heat. When we call them commies we are not lying. But when they say we hate everyone and everything, including the earth, it’s a lie. They make up Straw Men, we can just be honest about the F’d in the Head Liberals.

When I call Democrats: Demonrats, it’s not a lie. They are against God and always side with our enemies in war.

Like many conservative minded people, I am concerned for the future of this great nation. The freedom and prosperity that was fought for by our ancestors could be lost. And not replaced anywhere else on Earth.

If we just all vote for Romney and hope for the best like we did with John McCain, with an electorate that could make Barack Hussein Obama POTUS, we could very well lose.

Though I believe Mitt would be a very good President. He, or his spokesmen, should make a concerted effort to call out the Left. If it is not Romney’s style, then let others lay naked the bigots and fools we call liberals.

I might exaggerate a bit to make a point (that’s the nature of this blog) but at the heart of it, it’s all true about liberals. They must be stopped. True they have no shame, but we must give them back some of their own medicine. We should demonize them, and not stop until their power is broken.

not the poorest jew in america anymore

Posted in word-drum on December 21, 2011 by Word-Drum

Merry Christmas dear reader. Not one to complain, I’ve been absent from the blog for a while. Up until lately it’s been a rough year. And I didn’t have any brilliant insights on politics that I had to express.

Now the good news. Remember I told you about my weekend gig, where I was artistically frustrated and the sax player I worked for was keeping all the tips for himself. Now the hotel is under new management and they are good. They fired the sax player and hired me.

They made me audition since I had stopped singing on the gig (it only made more tip money for the leader).

It was really great that about twenty friends and supporters showed up to give me a warm friendly audience.

I now own the room on the weekends. This week they gave me four nights. I can play and sing whatever I want, and keep all the tips.

What’s really helped lately are my students. They’ve kept me off food stamps and given me an outlet for a different kind of creativity other that playing and writing. I’m teaching at a music store and I’ve also started my own School of Jazz where I give workshops.

Sometimes students only take one or two lessons then quit. I don’t mind, but the ones that stay are very gratifying.

The other day I was given a new student. The young man wanted to learn to play the piano well enough to play a difficult piece by Franz Liszt. That was cool. I asked if he worked or went to school, he told me he was a Veteran of the Marine Corps and he was living on disability for PTSD. Readers know how I feel about Marines. They are the most awesome Americans.

And now it’s Christmas and the Marine will take the holidays off. He said he’ll do another lesson in two weeks, if he decides to continue.

I’ve been looking forward to getting in on that volunteer work that gives one such a good feeling. But I was just barely getting by and it made no sense to over extend myself. Now with the teaching and the steady gig I can be like all you folks who get that thrill from doing good works. And of course the people I want to help (if they need it) are men like my student.

I am pissed at myself for not finding out more about his situation. Does he have friends and family in town? Most of our returning members of the Armed Forces have good families and many friends. It’s the ones who don’t that I am most anxious to try and help. As well as our aging Vietnam Vets who are alone. The ones who served in Iraq and Afghanistan probably need jobs and some assistance. There are many fine organizations that help Vets find jobs and also give out assistance to help keep our beloved Veterans in their homes. I will call over very soon to the excellent Veterans Hospital in my town and sign up to work with one of them.

All Is Well with your old pal Word-Drum,

God Bless Us All.