Sunday, October 28, 2012

Blog Update

I have added the web site Open Fuel Standard to the "My Blog List".  The blog is "... the central action hub for all things concerning the vitally important legislation, The Open Fuel Standard Act.
I encourage my readers to follow this blog. - TINSC

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Monday, October 22, 2012

Your tax dollars at work

With great fanfare, President O'Bama visited Holland, Michigan to celebrate the opening of the LG battery factory; a factory built to supply batteries for the Chevy Volt.  The plant was built with federal tax dollars to support a vehicle funded by federal tax dollars made by a company owned by the government.  "This is a symbol of where Michigan is going, this is a symbol of where Holland is going, and this is a symbol of where America's going," President Barack Obama told a crowd at the groundbreaking.

What was the result?  THE FACTORY HAS YET TO SHIP A SINGLE BATTERY!  Workers have so little to do, they spend hours playing board games, cards, reading magazines or watching movies.  All this on your tax dollars. Here is the WOOD-TV Article on the subject.  http://www.woodtv.com/dpp/news/target_8/Volt-no-jolt-LG-Chem-employees-idle

Where is President O'Bama now?  Where is his praise for "green jobs"?  Or should I tell you that studies have shown that for every green job created, 3 are lost from the high cost of electricity.

What kind of "job" is this when it creates nothing of value?  Is this what the insane left enviro-whackos call "sustainable"?  I have a secret for you people: if it doesn't create something of competitive value, it is not sustainable.

What is the O'Bama Administration's response to this massive waste?  "We are sending this to the Inspector General, Department of Energy, for his review," said Ed Pound, spokesman for the board. The Inspector General's Office would decide whether to open an investigation. Pound refused further comment.

A review?  Any fool could have told you that this was a waste before they broke ground.  Why should there be "further comment" when the real goal was to BUY VOTES in an election year.  Detroit and points east of US 127 can be taken for granted to vote O'Bama's way.  But with economic devastation, a few thousand votes in solidly Republican West Michigan can turn the tide of the election toward O'Bama and the Democrats.

Folks!  The government is spending a king's fortune just to make you feel good about yourself.  It's "green".  It's "new technology".  It's "jobs".  That's what they tell you, but none of this is sustainable because it isn't competitive and creates nothing of real value.  For every Volt sold, 10,000 Chinese (and 7,500 Indians)  bought their first conventionally fueled vehicle.  That's because THEY are making things of competitive value while your government encourages us to make worthless batteries for worthless cars that cost too much and won't accommodate Michael Moore's fat-infested torso.

The big corporations don't have a problem because they didn't have to bear the risk.  The people who built the plant have taken their money and run; the executives of those contracting firms now contemplate early retirement.  LG has their O'bama bucks.  They'll close the factory when there's a loss to write off to offset the immense profits they make on their own products.

And you?  HA HA HA!  You get to struggle to buy frozen peas at your local grocer because the O'Bama Administration is forcing electricity prices through the roof.  You get to buy gasoline at $4 a gallon because the O'Bama Administration won't let us use our natural gas surplus to make methanol. It (methanol) can be blended with gasoline in any ratio with cheap ($100/car) off-the-shelf technology.  Coal miners out of work.  Petrochemical lobby happy.  Electric cars in the junk yard.  Saudi Arabia laughing all the way to the bank.

Thank you Mr. President!  Thanks for hiring hundreds of workers who are now reading magazines, playing cards and watching videos.  That's what you called "Hope and Change" 4 years ago, but we all knew what it really was: patronage worker creation - Chicago Style. 

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Our next President will be... (drumroll please)...

President Obamney!  Or maybe it's President Rombama. 

Let me put it to you this way.  If you think that you have a "choice" and that either candidate will significantly alter the course of the policies of our government, I have a bridge in Brooklyn to sell you. 

Sunday, October 07, 2012

President O'Bama appoints ant-Semitic State Dept. Envoy

It's rare that I would post such an article given that there's such little mainstream media coverage of the topic.  Yet it is true that the O'Bama State Department has indeed appointed Salam al-Marayati to represent the United States at the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.

Salam Al-Marayati is the founder of the Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC), a manifest anti-Semitic organization.

I've never heard of the Washington Free Beacon, the source of the story, but I have enough contacts in the Anti-Defamation League and Simon Wiesenthal Center to find out if the story is true and whether their respective organizations made the comments shown in the Washington Free Beacon article

Unfortunately, the Simon Wiesental Center weighed in and confirmed the story.  I'm not going to elaborate on Salam Al-Marayati because you can read the link and see for yourself who your government chose to represent us in a European conference. 

One would think that the Republicans would make an issue of this , but so far, they haven't.  This is more proof that the Republicans will be no better at supporting Israel and Jews than the O'Bama Administration.  Yes, I like Romney better than O'Bama but I don't have a lot of high hopes for Romney's campaign rhetoric.  Campaign promises are not binding contracts.  In the mean time, it would be nice if Republicans would take issue with this.  I won't hold my breath waiting for that.

Last, I'd like to thank TUNDRA TABLOIDS for breaking this story.  

Regards,

There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Syria activists deride slow deployment of UN monitors

A Reuters report today states that Syrian opposition groups are greatly aggravated by the  slow response to their plight.  One activist states:

"When killing happens in Palestine, even though the United States is an ally of Israel, the whole international community presses Israel more than they have pressed the Assad regime," he said.


What a surprise!  Eh?


Tuesday, March 13, 2012

A quick note on Iran and their nuclear ambitions

If the Japanese politicians had preceded the attack on Pearl Harbor with the kind of bluster we've been hearing (in the media, pols, pundits, politicians running for office etc.) for the past 5 years, the attack never would have succeeded.

There is wide consensus that Iran should not possess nuclear weapons.  Beyond that, there's no telling truth from fiction regarding this issue from the news media and political debates.  That's why I ignore it.

It's not a subject worth talking about.  Nobody I know is anxious for war.  The scope of a military mission (by anyone, U.S., Israel, others) that could succeed is beyond the knowledge and competency of the average civilian.  If you don't see much posted on this blog on the subject, now you know why.

Regards,

TINSC (aka There is NO Santa Claus)