28 October 2009

Future is Bright: Left is Fueling the Right

My personal sphere—the hyper-Liberal University of Colorado—is a dangerous place for a politically Right-minded individual such as myself. During Obama’s campaign for the presidency, if I were to eek anything resembling a non-Obama viewpoint, a cascade of glares would come my way. Fortunately for me, those glares were backed by no thought whatsoever, and if I challenged them to retort, a litany of regurgitated phrases would spew forth. They hadn’t thought about why they had adopted their views; it was what everyone else was doing. A day of reckoning is upon them. Someday they will graduate and be catapulted into the business world, where their lack of knowledge will be thoroughly repulsed and they will be forced to create a true political identity. For many of the newly christened members of society, the Right will feel much more right, than the Left.

The unquestioned adoption of Liberal ideology by undergraduate students here in Boulder, and on university campuses nationwide, has the potential to be a dangerous force; that is, if the recruits and soldiers of the Liberal Universities Army had any real direction after they have completed their active duty. Soldiers in the LUA have a four year term of service, after which many are let go (graduate) and a handful take the necessary steps (grad school) in becoming officers (professors) in the LUA. In line with many citizens who enlisted in an army and don’t reenlist after four years, those who graduate from the LUA and are forced to put theory into practice, will engender political ideology in themselves that is not in line with the LUA, and find themselves to be new members of the YGC.

More currently, peers of mine who voted for the One and have watched the actions taken by the administration over the last year are losing their faith in “fearless leader.” The pitfalls of all the campaign hype have emerged. Historically, there has never been much unity in the Democrat Party. That inability to cooperate is visible at the University level. Too much emphasis on unification and the empty-promises of “hope” were a bluff; educated Americans have called the bluff – time to show your cards Obama. Nothing more, it seems, than a King and a bunch of Jokers. We’ve got a full-house of Aces coming: educated youth who have had first-hand experience with the rise and fall natural to the Democrats. We are the people – along with current Americans who believe in Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit – who will engender the future thought and leadership necessary to take back the political baton, and give America uncontested leadership of the twenty-first century.

The LUA is like Boy Scouts compared to the Conservative Army of the future. We, and it, are the Future Force.

20 October 2009

I Heard Dad's Building an Experimental Balloon Out in the Yard...

It should be apparent to anyone who has turned on the radio or the television in the last week: the hoax worked; kind of.
Having briefly been near enough the fountain of pop-culture immortality and since that day thirsting for more - even if it meant rolling the proverbial dice on the future of their children - these Americans made their move. The mastermind behind the scenes of the recent Balloon Hoax in Fort Collins, CO attempted to fool local officials and media into believing that his six-year-old son was trapped inside of an experimental balloon that he had been building near their home. No doubt now that the purpose of his amateur balloon venture was an attempt at forcing his family back into the once-meaningful "limelight" which has lost all of its influence in today's society. Pathetic excuse for a man. If possible jail time, and being interviewed on how you’re so moronic on national television for a week-or-so, was at the top of his list, his family has solidified itself for an insignificant amount of time in the ever-peripheral-view of a nation conceived - it feels today - in restlessness and a irreconcilable terministic compulsion. At least they’re getting more critical attention then they would have received with their participation in an all-too-obvious spin-off of "Jon and Kate Plus" Hate.
I posted a link to an article in the comments section below. Look at the “yeah, you wish you had thought to do this” smirk on Mrs. Heretoday-Threetofivetomorrow’s face; that’s the look of undeserved “success.” Of course they are cooperating with the authorities. That’s the only way they are going to be seen: once the gavel drops they will be forgotten like all the familial-suicides of the “information age.” At least there will be a repossessed house on the market for some chump who wants to get in on a piece of the residual spotlight at a fraction of the federal cost – HOT TIP!!!
Hey look there’s sumthin’ else on the talkie box Lynda!
Their Lawyer has already finished a promotional lap around the Dish Network: Mr. and Mrs. Ourneighbors, who actually think that the “reality” framed by network coverage of this fiasco will in some way give them something new and exciting to talk about until lights-out; and as a bonus, a warm feeling of contentment after watching due to their self-perceived "betterness." We are all going to find out that he has just recently gotten his practice back and that he jumped all over this opportunity – probably isn’t even being paid (in money).

At least have your stories worked out. Unfortunately, six-year-olds don’t have the ability to censor their thoughts and prevent them from becoming words. Kids say the darnedest things...

I’m not easily angered by stupid people, but these wonderful folks... something so special about them.

I'm holding out for the appearance of one or more of their sons on Intervention. Hopefully it takes a few years; fingers crossed. Good work my “fellow” Americans.

18 October 2009

Newborn Blogger

I'm new to blogging and I am curious as to how I should get started. I have been told by some important people that I should blog and - as an novice blogger - I need a launchpad. If I could get some tips from experienced bloggers, I would appreciate it. I hope to allow myself time in the future to blog at a minimum of once-a-week. I look forward to establishing myself as a credible voice in the blogging community.