Friday, December 17, 2010

American traitor "very annoyed" at solitary confinement

Ex-U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning is just about fed up with the way he is being treated in jail. The living conditions are so harsh they amount to torture, say the supporters of the modern day Benedict Arnold.

Just what does this torture consist of? Well, for one thing, they won't give him a pillow. And no sheets, either. And they won't let him go outside. What else? Nothing, isn't that bad enough to be considered torture in this day and age? After all, he only gave up thousands of classified documents that hurt his country and probably cost some lives. (He's the one who gave the secrets to the Swedish rapist to broadcast on the internet.)

Since the Army is turning a deaf ear to his terrible living conditions, shithead's supporters are going public in hopes YOU will put pressure on the Army to give this asshole a pillow.

Seems to me the least of his worries.

There is a fund set up if you want to contribute to his defense. Wikileaks hasn't. They've used him and threw him under the bus.

Send any money to Relax Max, care of Way Harsh blog. We'll be sure he gets it.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Tax increase for the job-creators

I saw on the TV news today that the lame-duck-loaded congress is going to vote on continuing the Bush tax cuts for the low and middle income citizens, but not for the job-creators. That doesn't make sense. (I have stopped calling it "tax cuts for the wealthy" and started calling it "tax cuts for the job-creators.")

Ms Pelosi was saying that these people don't really create the jobs and never did. Said that when the tax cuts were passed, it didn't help and no jobs at all were created under that Bush plan.

Well, who the heck creates the non-government jobs in this country then? The poor? The middle class?

Is it really a good idea to take more money away from the job creators so they won't have money to hire more people? So they have to lay off some workers in order to pay their higher taxes? Seems like Obama would want to try and keep the unemployment figure under 10%. He and Pelosi are confusing me.

Seems a waste to do this vote since the Republicans will only reverse it in January anyway.

Friday, November 19, 2010

How we keep our rights

It Is The Soldier

It is the soldier, not the reporter
Who has given us freedom of the press.
It is the soldier, not the poet
Who has given us freedom of speech.

It is the soldier, not the campus organizer
Who has given us the freedom to demonstrate.
It is the soldier, not the lawyer
Who has given us the right to a fair trial.

It is the soldier
Who salutes the flag
Who serves under the flag
Whose coffin is draped in the flag
Who allows the protester to burn the flag

-Charles M. Province

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Happy Birthday

Thank You!

Marines are 235 years old today, November 10. Don't forget Veterans Day is Tomorrow.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010


WHO IS BILL AYERS? (For those of you whose memories started after the 1970s)

1. Bill Ayers is a distinguished professor of education at the University of Illinois - Chicago.

2. Bill Ayers was a member of the radical Weather Underground which claimed responsibility for terrorist bombings in the U.S. between 1970 and 1974. One of the Pentagon.

3. They ran. They hid. They made the FBI's most wanted list.

4. The FBI infiltrated the organization and the ringleaders were captured and brought to trial. Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn were standing trial when...

4. The case was dismissed in progress for "prosecutorial misconduct." Bill Ayers, his now-wife Bernadine Dohrn, and others escaped life imprisonment.

Today, Bernadine Dohrn is an associate professor of law at Northwestern University. She and her husband Bill Ayers live in Chicago.

Notable quotes:

Bernadine Dohrn, congratulating Charles Manson after the Tate/LaBianca murders...

"Dig it! First they killed those pigs and then they put a fork in pig Tate's belly (sic). Wild!"

"Offing those rich pigs with their own forks and knives, and then eating a meal in the same room, far out! The Weathermen dig Charles Manson!"

Here's a picture of professor Bill Ayers standing on the American flag.

In an interview with the NY Times, published a few days after 9/11, this wonderful being said: "I don't regret setting bombs." And, "I feel we didn't do enough."


In the mid 1990s, a Chicago advocate for the poor, a "community organizer" by the name of Barrack Obama decided to launch a political career at the state level. That campaign was launched with a fund-raiser in the home of Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn. Both Obama and Ayers were board members on a Chicago anti-poverty organization together for three years. Obama and Ayers lived within a few blocks of each other. They appeared together. Ayers donated to Obama's state senatorial campaign. ($200.)

Obama knew Bill Ayers, and it was not a passing relationship. Obama KNOWS Bill Ayers.

Obama says he shouldn't be held to account or associated with something that happened when he was 8 years old, that Bill Ayers has never been convicted of the bombings.

A police officer was killed in one of those bombings, in San Francisco. People were injured in campus bombings by the Weathermen.

The far left Liberal establishment cries foul: a person should not be "guilty by association" because it just isn't fair.

I beg to differ. Maybe your parents chose what people you could have as friends and who they wanted you to stay away from. There was a reason. I believe a man's character determines how he will act in a crisis, and what his core values are. I believe who he chooses to hang out with DOES reflect on his ability to be our President.

Obama didn't set off any bombs or kill anyone. Obama is not a terrorist. But he doesn't think he's doing anything morally wrong by hanging around with these people and hiring a bunch of tax cheats for his Cabinet. That bothers me.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

Not just so they can hunt squirrels...

Every government who wants to impose its will on the citizenry knows that they must first disarm that citizenry.

Most Americans remember that Paul Revere made a midnight ride to warn the Minutemen that "the British are coming!" But how many of you remember WHY the British were coming? What were the British after that cool Massachusetts April night so long ago? What was at Concord that was so important to the British?

The battle of Concord and Lexington marked the official start of the American Revolution, the first open armed conflict between Great Britain and the American colonies. The "shot heard 'round the world" was fired at Lexington. The Minutemen were forced back and back to Concord where they were joined by their Concord brethren. There, the "embattled farmers" made their stand and, when the smoke cleared, repelled three companies of British regulars. The Americans harassed the retreating British from the woods all the way back to Lexington, in the early morning frost. The British returned to Boston.

But why?

The Americans had stockpiled weapons and ammunition at Concord, that's why. By definition, there was a militia at Lexington and at Concord.

One cannot be a tyrant, in the end, if the population is armed. Conversely, there is no reason for a government to want to disarm its citizens unless it has domination, subjugation and tyranny as it's object.

The founding fathers included the second amendment in our constitution because they had learned the lesson that Concord and Lexington had taught: The greatest threat to liberty is often the government itself.

A government with honorable intentions need not fear an armed populace.

Just Max's opinion.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Progressive Senate Hero

Well, I guess they've given up on the house. Even George Soros isn't THAT stupid.

I hope you will CLICK HERE and make a generous donation.

Go ahead. Click there. I dare you. Check it out. Don't be afraid! Click there. C'mon!

(Giannoulias? Well, the Greeks sure know how to handle an economy.)

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Monday, October 18, 2010

Sunday, October 17, 2010

In case you thought there was only one verse...

O! thus be it ever, when freemen shall stand
Between their loved home and the war's desolation!
Blest with victory and peace, may the heav'n rescued land
Praise the Power that hath made and preserved us a nation.
Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just,
And this be our motto: "In God is our trust."
And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave!
—Francis Scott Key

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Liberty is a state of mind

"Liberty lies in the hearts of men and women. When it dies there, no constitution, no law, no court can save it."

Justice Learned Hand

Friday, October 15, 2010

Indian country

I live in New Mexico, close to the Arizona state line.

I read in the local paper where this guy came in at midnight and robbed the 7-11 store with a gun. And while he was looting the store, the clerk called the cops. Well, the cop must have been just down the block because the cop pulls in the driveway just as the robber is running out of the store.

Gunfight ensues. The cop takes a few non-lethal rounds and goes down. The robber gets one in the leg and is hopping around with an empty gun. There are two Navajo boys in the parking lot trying to get their car started. They go over to the wounded bandit and beat him to the ground and leave him for dead and go back to working on their car.

Soon the parking lot is filled with cop cars and flashing lights, tending to their downed brother and one walks over to the Indian boys to thank them and asks them if they need any help. They ask the cop if he has a flashlight, that would be helpful.

You can't make this stuff up.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Gun Control

Well, I guess I'll come back over here and blog for awhile - seeing as how the government is starting to piss me off again. Where shall we resume? How about this:

"I have over the past thirty years been one hundred percent in favor of Gun Control - achieved through proper stance, controlled breathing, and smooth trigger squeeze; applied repeatedly until the threat is neutralized."

—Fred D. Haggard