Detroit’s Big 3 Cry Babies

    Ron Gettelfinger, President of the UAW in an article posted on Yahoo News is blaming the auto makers dilemma on everyone and everything except on themselves. Their out of control costs, poor quality and exorbitant payroll and benefits are directly to blame. Their cost of doing business is twice as much as Nissan’s, Toyota’s and Honda. In fact Toyota San Antonio, the plant which produces | Read More »

    The Danger of Ignorance

    With power comes responsibility and when we elect leaders to power they are trusted with that responsibility of power. However power in the hands of the ignorant is dangerous! During the elections which were recently held, we elected leaders that were chosen in the hopes that they will be guiding us through some very troubling times. Yet as I reflect on those that will be | Read More »


    Absolutely Ignorant Government (A.I.G.)

    Why is it that the government, our Absolutely Ignorant Government (A.I.G.) loves rewarding failures and punishing success? Close to 1 trillion dollars was needed to help our ailing economy or else we would just collapse into ruins. We needed to help our housing industry because Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae needed more money to pay their top excutives and donate to political godfathers. We needed | Read More »

    Sign Of Things to Come

    President-Elect Obama recently met with his team of economic advisors with the hopes of addressing the nation’s problems concerning the ailing economy. One of the advisors stood out above the rest and caught my attention. She is the Governor of Michigan, Jennifer Granholm, Canadian born American politician and a possible nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, under an Obama administration. I do not know if | Read More »


    Time To Stop Crying

    The election is over and a President has been elected. Now it is time for the Republicans to get over it and stop crying. As I read blogs, listen to talk radio or see the Republican pundits on television, all I hear is whiny, cry baby losers. Licking our wounds will not change any of the events of November 4Th. Instead of placing the blame | Read More »


    Pray For Our President-Elect

    While I did not vote for Senator Obama for President, he is my President and I will always respect the office that he will hold. I will afford him more respect than my fellow Americans on the other side of the aisle have given our current President. President-Elect Obama will need all of our prayers. He has come to us with youth and inexperience and | Read More »

    Was It The Money or The Voters?

    Now that we have broken the racial barrier with the election of Barack Obama, parents and teachers are joyfully telling their children that anyone can become the President of the United States. Is that really true? I think at one time it may have been but in this election I have my doubts. Consider the following:Mr. Obama broke every record in U.S. History on fundraising | Read More »

    Racism Is Dead In America!

    Last night the American people overwhelmingly elected Senator Barack Obama to the presidency of the United States of America. Congratulations of course are in order for this great achievement and for becoming the first Black American elected to this high office. The people of this great country have shown the world that we are not a racist country, especially since Mr. Obama carried over 52% | Read More »

    The People Have Spoken

    Today, the American people have exercised a right that that is so precious and that others would love to have. They have let their voices be heard and we will have chosen leaders that we hope will lead this country in the right direction. Many will not agree with the outcome but we must live with the choice of the majority until the next cycle | Read More »

    Voter’s Remorse

    Everyone at one time or another has experienced “buyer’s remorse”. I know I have on more than one occasion. Today I was volunteering at the Texas Republican Headquarters calling voters that were registered as Republicans. We were asking if they had already voted, if they needed assistance in getting to the polls or if there were any questions we could answer for them. Twice I | Read More »