Rules of the Road..

According to Webster: rules, (in context) Customary course of action or behavior.

As America is literally as well as historically, (a melting pot), ..albeit (a melting pot) ..that is separated by a myriad of ideas and ideologies. With the (limitless infinity) of the Internet and cyberspace to champion our causes, we, “We the People,” have access to (information) today that our forefathers, ..even the most “intellectual and imaginative” ..would have never dreamed.

According to Webster: in·for·ma·tion, Knowledge derived from study, experience, or instruction.

According to Webster: knowl·edge,  The sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned.

Neither the definition of information, or the definition of knowledge, includes the words (truth) or (honesty).

According to Webster: prom·ise, A declaration assuring that one will or will not do something; a vow.

Barack Obama promises, March 21, 2011…

Youtube Video

Bla-Bla-Bla, – FRAUD!


According to Webster: fraud, 1. A deception deliberately practiced in order to secure unfair or unlawful gain. 2. A piece of trickery; a trick. 3.a. One that defrauds; a cheat. b. One who assumes a false pose; an impostor.

That was his moment, ..he, Barack Obama, ..America’s 44th President, ..was eloquent in explicating his eternal hope. He was also eloquent the following day, ..and the day after that, and the week after that, and on and on and on…

What he didn’t explicate, that the hope, ..that he hopes, that the American people (will not wake up) to the fact that he “Barack Obama,” nothing more, ..or nothing less, ..than just another professional politician that, ..we, “We the People,” have written a check to, support a lavish (Alice in Wonderland) lifestyle.  And, ..we, “We the People,” ..will continue to write checks to support Barack Obama and his family in a lavish (Alice in Wonderland) lifestyle for the rest of his life.

We, “We the People,” ..are still writing checks to Jimmy Carter, ..Bush 41, ..Bill Clinton, ..and Bush 43…

Question: For what purpose? ..and to what end?

Presidents, Senators, Congressmen and Congresswomen, before they became Presidents, Senators, Congressmen and Congresswomen, were no different or no more exalted than the Butcher the Baker and the Candlestick maker.


 The Butcher the Baker the Candlestick maker

Rub a dub dub,
Three men in a tub,
And who do you think they be?
The butcher, the baker,
The candlestick maker.
Turn them out, knaves all three.

The 1842 version: by James Orchard Halliwell.

According to Webster: knave,  An unprincipled, crafty fellow.

“Turn them out,” (at least in my opinion,) doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand. The Rhyme judges all three of its subjects with being (unprincipled, crafty fellows,) deeming them unfit and untrustworthy to provide the services they offer.

Speaking for myself, and for those that bend my ear from time to time with discourse pertaining to the fact that “they,” (extremely common folks) own automobiles that don’t run on hot air. Nor do they pay their rent or purchase their groceries with hot air. Where they shop, (in the real world,) hot air has no value. Yet these same (common folks) American citizens, continue to buy into the (hot air) peddled by professional politicians year after year, (term after term, )..with no return.

I retired in 1991 on Social Security disability after my forth back surgery and I was told that there were government programs that I could apply for, food stamps ..and help paying for my prescription drugs. I earned my Social Security benefit by paying into Social Security for 46 years. I did not pay into the food stamp program, or a program to help me pay for my prescription drugs, therefore I did not apply for either. Which of course may sound odd or even ignorant to a lot of folks? However, having been raised to believe that an individual is responsible for himself along with those that he chooses to take responsibility for, i.e., his family. It is not in my makeup to covet that that I did not earn.

Adjusting to live on approximately 1/3 of what I’ve previously earned was not a simple matter, yet I managed.

The human mind and the human spirit can adjust to anything as I learned in 1965 when the United States government, ..then presided over by President Lyndon B. Johnson, ..provided me with transportation, ..a pair of boots, ..and a machine gun to visit the temperate Nation of  Vietnam.


Accordingly, in comparison, ..learning to live with less when I (was retired) from the job market, ..was a cakewalk.

So what is the moral of my story today? The moral of my story today is simple. “We the People” ..can live, ..and live (far better) ..without the (unprincipled crafty fellows, and fellowettes) ..that “we” now employ in Washington D.C. and across the nation, ..and,  “they,” ..our (unprincipled crafty fellows and fellowettes can learn to live on the same Social Security check received by us common, “rank-and-file,” Americans.

So come on people, ..let’s (Turn them Out,) ..all of them!

..and if “we” stick to it, ..and (turn them out) any time and every time that America’s GDP falls below 4 1/2 during their term, (they,) ..and the world will know who owns America.


..yeah,’s that simple.

Think about it, I’ll be back tomorrow

Crusader Rabbit…

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