Friday, April 10, 2009

I'm back...

Hey everyone, I'm back. I know I haven't posted in awhile and I apologize for that. I've been busy with other things. I also haven't been returning Entrecard drops, and I apologize for that, too. The damn Entrecard toolbar has been pissing me off because it won't remember my login. As of late, the effort of logging into the Entrecard toolbar has been too much effort. I can never remember the goddamn password and keep having to search through emails to find it. Lately, the computer has been driving me up the wall with its bullshit. It's lucky it doesn't find itself on the other side of my office window.

Rasmussen Reports:

Here are some articles from Rasmussen that I have been meaning to report on, but haven't got around to them, until now.

This is the latest one:

76% Oppose Federal Bailout of Ailing Life Insurance CompaniesOppose Federal Bailout of Ailing Life Insurance Companies
Oppose Federal Bailout of Ailing Life Insurance Companies
Add one more government bailout to the list opposed by most Americans.
Seventy-six percent (76%) of adults say "no" to using federal funds to bail out
troubled life insurance companies, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national
telephone survey.
Just 12% favor the idea, and another 12% are not sure.
Investors (80%) are even more strongly opposed.

No more fucking bailouts goddamnit. I am TIRED Of this shit. Don't give a bail out to these insurance companies, especially, they are the biggest thieves around and have been robbing tax payers blind for years. FUCK THEM. Let them rot.

For Most Americans, Easter Is An Important Holiday
Fifty-three percent (53%) of Americans say Easter is one of the nation's most important
holidays, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. That's
up seven points from a year ago. Just seven percent (7%) consider it one of the
least important holidays, and 38% say it's somewhere in between the most important
and the least important.

As far as I am concerned, it's just another bullshit holiday. One in which makes dentists rich, just like Valentine's and Halloween. It's probably the second most useless holiday next to Christmas. I think it is sad that there's only a handful of days a year in which we are required to remember the ones we love. If you need a holiday to fucking remember that then there is something wrong with you.

66% of Americans Say Their Vote Counts in Elections

Two-thirds of American adults nationwide (66%) say their vote really matters on
Election Day.

And most Americans are fucking stupid. If their voice really matters on Election day, why the fuck do they pick these goddamn clowns who run for office and then constantly bitch about politicians? It's their fault they elected these clowns and they are responsible for what they fuck up. They won't admit that they were wrong for voting for such and such a candidate so they make up a bullshit phrase like this: "If you don't vote, you have no right to complain." Bullshit. Those who don't vote have the right to complain because of the mess your vote created and have every reason to fucking bitch and moan. If they didn't vote, it's because they didn't like what their choices are, so why fault them for not voting? Supposedly, it's everyone's right to vote, and it is their right to decide whether they want to or not so let them alone.

55% Oppose Eliminating Deductions As A Trade-off for Lower Tax Rates

Good. I've been saying this all along. Eliminate these fucking deductions and lower the tax rate and watch the government bring in more revenue. Wait. Did that say they opposed lower taxes? What are they fucking stupid? I guess they don't want to pay taxes and all, and I don't blame them for that, but christ...there's way too many tax loopholes. Close them up and lower the tax rates and everyone will be happier. Mark my words. But that won't happen, of course, so don't fucking worry.

Just 53% Say Capitalism Better Than Socialism

Only 53% of American adults believe capitalism is better than socialism.
The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that 20% disagree and
say socialism is better. Twenty-seven percent (27%) are not sure which is better.
Adults under 30 are essentially evenly divided: 37% prefer capitalism, 33% socialism,
and 30% are undecided. Thirty-somethings are a bit more supportive of the free-enterprise
approach with 49% for capitalism and 26% for socialism. Adults over 40 strongly
favor capitalism, and just 13% of those older Americans believe socialism is better.

I wonder if the ones that support socialism are the Obamabots?

Only 45% Think They Pay More Than Their Share In Taxes

Just 45% of U.S. voters now think they pay more than their fair share of taxes,
the lowest finding on this question since regular tracking began last July. This
number has fallen below 50% just once since Election Day. Thirty-one percent (31%)
do not believe they pay their fair share of taxes and 24% are not sure, according
to the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey.

I wonder what the incomes were of all of these people?

Just 54% Say Their Home Worth More Than The Mortgage

The number of U.S. homeowners who say their house is worth more than the amount they
still owe on their mortgage is down seven points since December. Fifty-four percent
54%) now say their house is valued for more than they owe, according to a new
Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey.

So what? You borrowed the money and still need to pay it back, so stop whining. The house values will go back up, they always do.

57% Want Military Response to North Korea Missile Launch

Fifty-seven percent (57%) of U.S. voters nationwide favor a military response to
eliminate North Korea's missile launching capability. The latest Rasmussen Reports
national telephone survey shows that just 15% of voters oppose a military response
while 28% are not sure. North Korea defied international pressure and launched a
missile last night. Officials from that country claim a satellite was placed in
orbit. U.S. defense officials confirm that a missile was launched but that no object
was placed in orbit.

What a bunch of warmongers we are in this country. I bet these are the same people that supported the invasion of Iraq and then flip flopped when they realized what a bad fucking decision it was.

This one is my fucking favorite:

75% Oppose Release of Guantanamo Inmates in the United States

President Obama's intelligence chief said last week that some inmates at the
Guantanamo terrorist prison camp may be released in the United States, but just 13%
of U.S. voters think that should be allowed.

I'm glad that most Americans have some fucking sense. Finally. I know the thought of torture isn't great, but if it keeps this country safe and helps us "defeat" the terrorists, then you do what you have to do. We haven't had an attack on this country in the last 7 years of Bush's presidency, so he must have been doing something right.

These detainees have no fucking rights. They are terrorists for fuck sake. Why should they be allowed our rights when they aren't even fucking citizens? The insanity of the liberals is unbelievable. No wonder people think you're pussies.

Well that's all I have to report on now. If something else pisses me off, you'll be sure to hear about it.

Have a good day, all.


phuckpolitics said...

Welcome back mi amigo.

Stunatra said...

Thank you, Mr Phucka! :)