Liberal Wacko, Montana Division

A challenge
September 3, 2008, 3:02 pm
Filed under: Denial, Fear, Priorities, The Future, vote for me

I keep hearing McCain’s campaign complain about the sexist coverage of Sarah Palin in the media.

I’d like to see one example. No…not from “Billy’s Homemade Political Blog” but from CNN, MSNBC, FOX, etc.

What kind of country does McCain want if it is forbidden to ask questions about a vice presidental candidate? I would hope that they would welcome scrutiny because they have so much faith in Palin. But that doesn’t seem to be the case.

Should the American media just proclaim that if John McCain says she’s OK, so do we all?

What is happening here exactly?


So show me all this sexism…

UPDATE: I was accused of being “gruff” with someone this morning. No one ever calls a woman “gruff”…. now I know how poor Sarah feels when she is called “shrill”.


Another clue to how the right sees the world
May 29, 2008, 11:54 am
Filed under: Fear

Rachel Ray and Dunkin’ Donuts=terrorist sympathizers.

Paranoid much?

A little rusty and somewhat out of touch
April 6, 2007, 6:25 pm
Filed under: Fear, Legislators, The Future

That’s me. But I gotta say…

Our legislative Republicans have me baffled. They want everyone and anyone to be able to carry a concealed weapon, shoot first and think later. This bill is opposed by law enforcement and those burdened with common sense all across the state. Of course, Montanas Republican representatives would have you believe that they do this in the name of freedom…but then again…

They oppose voting. It seems that there is nothing more frightening to these politicians than long lines of voters. I can understand their trepidation after the dismal performance this session. But if you love freedom you gotta love voting, right?

Oh, and this same bunch wants to give my $400.00 property tax rebate to Wal Mart. Sure, I’ll save $47.00 on my property tax bill (until funding cuts force local taxes to increase) under their proposal…but Wal Mart will save hundreds of thousands. At least then they can pass on the savings to us, with merchandise formerly made in the USA but now made in China or Vietnam.

What is with this bunch?

And one more quick note: I watched Al Gore testify to congress about global warming. Twice. This man should be our next president. More on that later…

The War on Halloween
October 27, 2006, 7:39 pm
Filed under: Fear

Imagine my horror. I walk into a local big box store to see a banner announcing “Spooktacular savings!”

No “Halloween sale” or “Halloween special”.

I knew what was happening right away. They are trying to take the Halloween out of Halloween, in a desperate bid not to offend anyone. We see it everywhere. Bars have “Scariest costume contests” on the weekend, even when Halloween (yes, hallow-haters, I said Halloween!) is on a weekday! Kids can’t dress up on Halloween during school hours except at a “designated time” usually meaning the last hour of the day!

At work, people are expected to dress professionally or in a way that won’t interfere with their job duties or cause disruption. Halloween traditionalists get upset when they are told-more and more these days- that separation of work and fun is fundamental to work place safety and productivity.

Local officials, or activist halloween haters as I call them, are pushing parents to forego the tradtion of door-to-door trick-or-treating and go to the mall! THE MALL! They claim it is safer for children and more conveinient for parents. Whatever, Hallow-Haters!

What’s next, citizens? Changing October 31st to “scary day” or “spooky day?” Will the hallow-haters make us carve watermelons rather than the good old all American pumpkin?

Don’t be fooled by the anti-Halloween media. The danger is not from scary monsters this year…it is the Hallow-haters we should all beware of.

Groovy Flyer, DUDE!
October 24, 2006, 3:25 pm
Filed under: Fear

Has anyone else received the “hippy” Jon Tester flyer yet? This thing is, like, totally whack!


Republicans love terrorists
October 20, 2006, 5:54 pm
Filed under: Fear, vote for me

Watch the ad “The Stakes” from the GOP here.

The GOP wants you to be terrified. Just like the terrorists.

Republicans doom Conrad Burns
September 22, 2006, 2:41 pm
Filed under: Fear

A new flier soon to hit mailboxes accuses U.S Senate candidate Jon Tester of failing to protect children from sexual predators because he voted against a bill requiring Internet filters at public libraries.

The flier, paid for by the Montana Republican Party, shows a picture of a cowering little girl hugging a teddy bear. The caption under it states, “Violent sexual predators are out there.”

If there was any question as to how low they would sink, it has been answered.

The Burns TV ad states that “Jon Tester will say anything to get elected.”

You guys are sick. Seriously.