Posts Tagged ‘presidential election’

We are entering the season of celebration. I have always felt the Christmas holidays begin (appropriately) with Thanksgiving. What were you thankful for today?

I am truly, humbly thankful that we do not have Hilary Clinton for a president. I am truly thankful we did not disappear in a nuclear holocaust, were not crushed wholesale under a fallen sky, or subjected to the disappearance of all our money at once when Hilary was politically defeated. After listening to the doomsday howling’s of the liberal media, I expected at least one of these catastrophes, so I am grateful the media was wrong. We are still alive even without Hilary. I am even beginning to hope we will prosper a little bit. Is that possible do you think?

I am thankful that Obama is gone. I have real hopes our military leaders will recover from his attempts at psychological castration. We need men with the will to fight, testosterone is a useful and healthy element in our society. It has protected us from many threats and I for one, as a female and an American, am not afraid of men who have a little in their blood stream. Mother nature herself provided the male of our species with this physiological asset and I never argue with Mother Nature. She’s been around way longer than me and probably knows best. I realize that Mr. Obama and his pro-gay agenda friends were both titillated and terrified of our soldiers but that was their personal problem. Good riddance to bad rubbish.

With Thanksgiving over we pass into the season of gift exchanging. I propose that all the men and women in America, whatever their ethnic background may be, exchange appreciation and respect for what each gender has to contribute to our country, our towns and our families. If you are a wife and mother, be proud of that. If you are a husband and father, be proud of that too and don’t be afraid to do what is best for your small sons and daughters.

Let us all give moral and political support to our President Elect and our military leaders. We may need them in the days to come. We have been gifted with one of the wealthiest, best pieces of land on earth. Let us be humbly thankful and in this holiday season, give her our love and respect in return.

A. Farwell


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I think one of the things that helped get The Donald elected is his “will do” attitude. That is a good quality for a president to have. So, now that he is President Elect he will have to address the illegal alien question.

The west coast is being overwhelmed by it. Our P.E. has mentioned the building of a wall along the border with Mexico as a containment measure. An acquaintance of mine, who is not a Trump fan, called it “the Great Wall of Trump”. I had to laugh but it did get me thinking.

Is it just me, or does the whole idea of a wall such as worked for ancient China sound really expensive now? I mean, I am glad the guy is not afraid to think big. This is a good thing. But he is after all, a wealthy man so cost may not seem like such an issue to him as it does to me, therefor, I thought up an alternative, after I got done laughing at my acquaintance.

I reason thusly – Issue every person who wants to emigrate from south of the border a green card, this will allow them to find work legally. Put their information in a database at Border Patrol. This database can be interfaced with the welfare rolls upon which the green card carriers will not be allowed to appear, having already a job. Do not, at any time, allow them to sign up for welfare, never, nada, at all. Not being citizens they cannot vote and they should not be issued driver’s licenses either. The green card will constitute their legal ID and make them a part of our bureaucracy. It would be issued upon showing proof of employment and a street address within the United States. We could even charge a small fee say 2% of the gross pay per paycheck for as long as the card is valid because we would have their employer information.

These good people are coming here to work, so let them work.. They are, after all, willing to do the manual labor that we now consider to be beneath us so they really aren’t competition in the job market. And if they work hard, earn citizenship, and raise their children here, those same children will also grow up to think manual labor is beneath them because that is what we teach in our schools. So you see, these illegals are actually filling a very necessary niche and one that will always be open.

Essentially then, I propose that instead of spending billions on a Great Wall, we incorporate illegal aliens into our bureaucracy, make them conditionally legal, refuse to enroll them on welfare,  and charge them a fee for working here. That would take care of the overtaxed welfare system and the “they don’t pay taxes” complaint. I mean really, if the whole point here is to slow a raging flood (of illegal aliens) down to a trickle, bureaucracy is certain to work better than bricks. In Farwell’s Modern Abridged Dictionary bureaucracy is defined as: a civil organization designed specifically to collect money efficiently and function as slowly as possible.

Alieff Farwell

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It says something very important about the men who are working to keep America honest that we avoided Hilary Clinton in this election. We did not just dodge a bullet here people, we have avoided a nuclear meltdown.

This has been one in the eye for both Hilary and the media. A message has been sent. The people of America are not stupid and the broadcast media has lost all credibility with them. The women of America are not stupid either. They saw Hilary for what she is. Right now, I am proud to be an American.

It is a truism that people get the sort of leaders they deserve. I will sleep much better knowing that the gods do not think we deserve Hilary Clinton. This also says something very important. Personally, I am not convinced that this came about through fate or even happenstance. It was a tremendous amount of work.

Great Job Everybody! Well Done.

A. Farwell

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Hilary Clinton is NOT a voice for the cause of righting women’s wrongs. The media hype behind her does NOT  reflect the will of thinking females in America and all their talking head noise is NOT going to change that fact.

Donald Trump made a very telling point when he asked where Hilary was during the public pillory of Monica Lewinsky. Her then husband, the President of the United States of America, used his position to get illicit sex from a subordinate. A female subordinate. Did we see Hilary take a stand against such a chauvinistic abuse of power? Did we hear one word from Hilary about the flagrant abuse of a female in the work place? Did Hilary have anything to say about her husband disrespecting women?


Hilary’s posturing now about Donald Trump and his attitude about women is ludicrous in the extreme. Her refusal to stand for women in the work place then, when it was needed, automatically excludes her from being “ The President Elected By Women” now and viewed, suddenly and without reason, as an effective advocate for us.

Alieff Farwell

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If you check out the dates on my posts you will see that I have taken a hiatus from blogging for about a month, maybe six weeks, I didn’t count. To tell the truth, I did get a little discouraged. That happens to all of us at times I guess. With the presidential election coming up I just have to add my mite of wisdom to the main stream of public consciousness, mainly because I still do not see any real in-depth analysis of news stories and more important still, any historical connotations to previous events.

For instance, I just posted my last blog entry to Facebook. It contains a thought on the Cain debacle for the discerning among you out there. I will share this one as well. It is a reminder to all those who wondered, as I did, just why the Monica Lewinsky(spelling?) saga during the Clinton administration got so much and such lasting media air time. I never got the impression that it was a genuine attempt to rid us of the Hill/Billy team from Arkansas and yet someone was definitely after something by it. Now we know. It was Newt Gingrich they were gunning for. Evidently, Mr. Gingrich was a person for the super rich gay element to fear enough to neutralize, even then. Most voters don’t seem to realize that presidential candidates are basically chosen about twenty years or so in advance by the various business interests that back them, so this little nugget is very revealing. The potential opposition for such candidates will of course also coalesce from the same time.

Personally, I more or less bought into the mess at the time and tended to write Mr. Gingrich off as an also-ran among political contenders in the conservative party. However, I caught a speech he gave to the Heritage Foundation this past summer and was really very impressed. He was articulate and well-informed about his subject matter and presented his views with sense and moderation. Then I started to rethink old impressions gathered only from media presentations and stories about him. Which led me to wonder why he had always been so belittled by the media, which led me to research a little, which brought up Monica and Co., and then the light went on.

Mr. Gingrich was perceived as a threat to liberal/gay partisans even then and as they could not really attack him, at the time, they put on the Monica morality play for us and privately leaned on the man, through unpublicized pressure applied by the RINO’s already in the GOP, to resign his current position because of it. Which he did.

Does anyone remember hearing the term RINO during the Monica days? I don’t but then I was not really attending at the time because the liberal/gay consortium had not really emerged from their closet yet. Now they have unmasked their main batteries, so to speak, and Newt Gingrich is viewed by them as being capable of putting a severe cramp in their sob sister media style.

My opinion? This is the chief and major reason the liberal/gays do not want to deal with the man. I see articles calling Mr. Gingrich “divisive.” This is an attempt to frighten republicans into avoiding him. So this should give you thinking conservative republicans all the reason you will need to give the man your unqualified support. Do your research. Listen to his recorded speeches and lectures rather than relying solely on media stories and presentations as I once did. You may be pleasantly surprised. As I was.

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