Weaker in Review 4-19-2016

Random Oddservations™  “I was in high school the last time I made minimum wage. I earned my first pay bump by coming to work a few minutes early, wearing my uniform, completing the menial tasks assigned to me, and displaying a very slight, but sometimes moderate, enthusiasm for my mundane job. To really solidify my chances at a raise, I refrained from stealing, insulting customers (to their faces), or smoking weed behind the dumpster out back (I generally got loaded before I went to work). I stayed heroically committed to this strategy for a while, and for my efforts, I was elevated above minimum wage, never to return.

But that was the ancient past. Over forty-five years ago. Back then, there were only two ways for a minimum wage fast food grunt to change his financial situation: 1) Be a semi-functional, semi-punctual, semi-conscious human who does his duty and has a vaguely positive attitude, and get a raise. 2) Don’t be that, and get fired.

Note that the second strategy would rarely result in immediate termination. I worked with many people who were aggressively dysfunctional, yet managed to cling onto employment for months because they were, at a minimum, warm bodies who could cut a pizza into 8 slices without severing an artery in the process (usually). Sometimes even these types would get raises, although eventually they would quit when they realized more responsibility comes attached to more money. Most of these people are now on welfare or in Congress.”

Weaker in Review

  • In defense of my beliefs, I have had to defend many statements (made incorrectly) by non-believers. Therefore, I decided to reproduce the   Chicago Statement on Biblical Inerrancy.  As always, I have some disagreements with some of the statements (and have and will discuss them in the appropriate venue), but I am in agreement with the overall statement.   https://iamnotanatheist.wordpress.com/2016/04/20/chicago-statement-on-biblical-inerrancy/
  • I am not finished yet, but am working on a lengthy rebuttal to the hilarious attempt by non-believers in developing and accepting as true the so-called “Gospel of ‘Q’”. Should be ready by weekend.

Describing ilLiberals by the D’s:   We have discussed DECEIVE, DECEIT, DISTORT DESTROY, DIVERSION and now DEMONIZE

Demonize  Verb


To represent as evil or diabolical.  Saul Alinsky, in his book “Rules For Radicals”, talks about demonizing political opponents. Get “out front” before any positive information comes out on your opponents and place doubt in the public’s mind about your opponent. Liberals did that to Romney in the summer of 2012 in Ohio when Romney was not spending ad money in the state. It was effective. Not the truth, but effective (as if liberals care about the truth). Liberals have demonized the Tea Party as well. The Tea Party started as an organization that cared about fiscal policy and government overreach. In other words, government spending what government takes in. After the Tea Party’s success in the 2010’s congressional elections, liberals worked to demonize the organization. Many good conservative individuals would “shy away” from talking favorably about the Tea Party since they did not want to face ridicule from liberals.

Rock-It™  Amboy Dukes The band that Ted Nugent started out with.  They were great, Ted by himself – not so good, but passable.

The Correct Side of the Story

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