Wednesday, June 09, 2021

Work as a form of escapism.

Being busy and burying your head in work provides a great escape from having to deal with the fundamentals in life such as personal fulfilment, quality relationships and a satisfying sense of direction in life. Many people bury themselves in work and use this as an excuse to bumble along and not deal with more important issues such as their personal relationships and even their own happiness. Work provides a convenient excuse to chug along in automatic mode, it provides structure and a framework and can easily take over your life if you let it.

What most people forget though, is that when all is said and done, very few people wish they had worked longer hours. Most wish they had enjoyed life more. 

Very little matters at the end when we are old and decrepit, other than what we gave back and friends and family. 

DAD and the compounding work, effort, time and money

My late grandfather, Walter Marquart was one of the hardest working men I have ever known in my life.  From chopping massive piles of wood in his 70's with a chainsaw and axe to shoveling the biggest snow drifts in history, I saw it all.  He also believed in saving.  Pennies, nickels, dimes and dollars.

Hard work is all he knew.  With an 8th grade education and having to marry his pregnant girlfriend at 21 he just worked every day.  His dream of becoming a Park Ranger never materialized, instead he worked the land on the farm where he was born.    Grampa had 5 sisters who pampered him as he was the youngest and he never had a haircut until he started school. 

He probably wasn't up to speed on simple compounding of returns and never owned a stock in his life.  The Rule of 72 wasn't his thing but he understand the use of measurement in rods instead of feet.     

Living on that farm with Gramma and Grampa while in college was a unique experience for me.   I learned early on that when I worked I wanted to make money not just work for the sake of working or making something "look good".   Why not let your work compound for you?   If you are going to put in time, effort and energy away from your family maybe you should be making some money I thought.  I never wanted to look back and regret that I wasted a lot of time in doing meaningless shit.  

I learned that if you work hard enough at anything you can get what you want.   Motivation, desire and goals work well with hard work.  I never wanted to look back with regret.

Today is the 10th anniversary of my Dad's passing.  It seems just like yesterday I felt the warmth of his body slowly dissipate.

I wish I had more days with Dad and Mom ahead.  

   



Monday, June 07, 2021

J. Robert Winegardner

Bob was my first boss in San Diego.  The time was 1979.  He was a good boss, a great man. Bob never had to take me to all of those San Diego Clipper games but he did. I learned many things from him that I had never been exposed to and that I carry with me to this day.

Here is Mr. Winegardner's life.

La Jolla J. Robert Winegardner, a prominent insurance executive, passed away March 28, 2016.He was raised in Hollywood and attended Hollywood High and U.C.L.A., where he was a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. He served in the Navy in World War II and Korea and his last duty was as Supply Officer of the USS Atlas. He retained his commission in a retired reserve status until his death.Associated with the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. of Milwaukee for over fifty years, he was General Agent for the company in San Diego before retiring in 1979. Prior to coming to San Diego in 1961, he was sales leader in the Los Angeles agency when that agency was also the number one agency in the country. He became a life member of the Million Dollar Round Table of the National Association of Life Underwriters in 1959.In San Diego he was President of the General Agents and Managers Association, President of the Chapter of the American Society of Chartered Life Underwriters and President of the San Diego U.C.L.A. Alumni Association.An avid tennis player he had belonged to the La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club and played in many local tournaments. He kept alive, as long as possible, a La Jolla tradition of weekly English pocket billiards at his home with many friends.He is survived by his wife of 69 years, Virginia; daughters Susan Daly (Lance), Nancy Ivey (Bill), Joanne Joby Bakken (Kyle), all of San Diego. Janet Winegardner of San Francisco. 

Now let me tell you about Bob Winegarder.  He liked hustle.  He liked a positive attitude.   On a side desk, prominently displayed were many bits and pieces of paper full of great quotes.  Quotes that were motivating and inspirational. Here is a quote that Bob handed to me in 1979.

It's been on alot of desks and sits prominently on a computer in my office to this day.   


    

 

Work. Just hard work.

One of my favorite things to share with stock market investors is the following phrase. 

"People get out of the stock market exactly what they want to get out of the stock market."

One thing I can say for sure is that if you want winning performance out of your investments you better be prepared to do the work and know that losses are the cost of doing business.

Whether you feel the stock market is a gamblers paradise or a safe haven for the long term to increase your purchasing power in years to come, you will probably get from the market what you want.

A short 15 months ago  on March 23, 2020 my assets were a tad over $5,766,000.   It was an ugly time.  I didn't sell into the negativity and bad press.  I held, day after day.  It didn't feel good but I knew Covid mania was temporary.  Life would go on, in America, around the world.

If you want to do the work, put in the time, suffer the pain of declining markets and have some success remember, no one cares more than you about your money.  Get in that relationship with your goals.  Know that preparation eliminates fear.  The will to win means nothing without the will to prepare.  



Today was the first day my portfolio went over the $8.4 million mark.  My near term goal is $10 million.  You think I will get there?  No need to think.  You know the answer.  

You can't stop hard work, preparation and attitude.  Success isn't owned, it's leased and rent is due every day.  It's not how life happens to us.  It how we happen in life.

Remember, God feeds the birds but God doesn't drop worms into the nest.  
  

  

You can have results or excuses. Not both.

I go to Planet Fitness often.  I like the facility, the people, the company and it's mantra.  I hear this so much from people,

"I'll start after the summer."

"I"ll train when things slow down at work."

"I'll eat better when I have more time."

"I'll start when this Covid shit is over."

No, not a chance.  You won't do shit. 

Why? Because you are afraid to do the work.

Stop bullshitting yourself.  Don't lie, no one believes it either.  



Thursday, June 03, 2021

Homeowner Associations Board of Directors

Never ever forget,  HOA Boards are the breeding grounds for upcoming Stalinesque regimes.  They would make Putin and Xi very proud. 

Usually without fail, there is one or two or several Board members who are silly little useless assholes that want a taste of power.

Tuesday, June 01, 2021

Ready for old age with the best canes from Victor!

 


Thank you Native americank tribal financial overseer of the Chippewa Dean Parisian for many years for followig and retweetig my humbel thoughts
Dean Parisian your retweets of my humble thoughs to your former tribal clients tend to couterbalane mine regardig how bad baseball commercialls make you feel these days. By the way , Larry Ritters bet friends on the yankees bus were nincknamed Native american or what

Monday, May 31, 2021

Memorial Day Question

Dad always told the story of his crew in Chicago, when they got wind of the Pearl Harbor attack and saw the carnage headed to enlist.  Dad was trained as a bomber pilot.

On another note, the fragile planet has been polluted yet again with billions of unnecessary face masks.     It won't be long, probably late summer, early fall before we get the Greta's and the Karens lecturing us about "protecting the environment".   Earth Day next year will be an ideal time to harp on this quagmire of nonsense that probably can be found in every glove box, vehicle, brief case, desk drawer, sock drawer, underwear drawer, ad nauseum.

Man, that two weeks to flatten the curve made a hell of a lot of people filthy rich. 


Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Logic with a room temperature I.Q. level.................

My Dad was a Law Enforcement Officer for a a couple of decades.  I grew up with a loaded .357 holstered by the back door.   Can anyone tell me why the demographic group responsible for the majority of violent crime in America is the same group calling for the abolition of police departments across the country?   Asking for a friend. 









Wednesday, April 14, 2021

30 years!



Over-achieving in marriage came naturally!   I expected I would.  It just took longer than I had anticipated to get married!  

Thankful she agreed to partner on the greatest years of my life.

What an amazing person I met in Cancun 32 years ago! 



Monday, April 05, 2021

CBS Journalism

CBS had some real winners yesterday.

First, it was  Hunter Biden in the morning.  Then, 60 Minutes in the evening, which seemingly out of the blue, was a political hit piece on Ron DeSantis knowing that he could run for POTUS. 

Followed by a story on the person running the Ford Foundation who only makes grants to address inequality.  Making sure to mention, of course, that he is black and gay as if that is the most important qualification instead of his intelligence, level of caring or leadership skills.

Good work CBS, you embody all that is wrong with the media.

Thursday, April 01, 2021

From where I sit, briefly speaking.................

Have you ever seen an eagle sitting on a branch with it's mouth open to the heavens waiting on a rabbit to drop in? No. Those big, beautiful, majestic eagles I love to watch, whether Golden or Bald, scratch and claw for every meal they get their entire life, and in that scratching and clawing they are provided for.

Humans tend to think we can get our life, our health, our marriage, our children, our career, our giving, our key relationships and other areas of our life to a certain place without scratching and clawing.  If you listen to the liberal goons in government you would think it is the governments role to make everyone fat and happy and successful and rich and retired and healthy without anyone doing the work.   

It's not going to happen.   I haven't known anyone beyond immaturity that doesn't know what I am talking about.

Work is good, for every person in the world.

I love to work.

You see, I have everything I ever prayed for and am focused on living a life that I don’t need a vacation from.  Trading for a living is one of the greatest accomplishments in my life.  It gives me total freedom and control of my time.  When people learn how to make money with money, they will never trade time for money.

There are many reasons why I love trading. At the top of the list is that every day requires me to be the best version of myself I can be.

I am not a victim of the market or a victim of anything or anyone. I control my trading. I alone am responsible for my P&L. The market can’t hurt me nor can it help me.  I control what the market does to my portfolio because I control what is in my portfolio.  Long or short, it's my responsibility.  

I am somewhat amazed at how little Americans know about managing their own finances and investments.   Schools don't teach the basics, students don't care to learn, that's obvious.  If we gave every person on the Ft. Berthold Indian Reservation where I grew up $1,000,000 today it wouldn't have changed a thing in 5 years.  The people who have little today would have little then.  Same at Crow, same at White Earth, same at Hopi, same at Yankton.  It's the basics they don't have and I learned long ago, unfortunately there is no money in education.  It's poor pay for time.  There was no serious money in educating tribal councils and playing politics and no money in educating students.  

To me wealth doesn't actually require a vast horde of money, real wealth is freedom and control of one's life.

The most important attributes of human capital don't require money;  determination, self-discipline, organization, a voracious appetite for knowledge and work, an insatiable curiosity, a generous heart, a knack for friendship and the purposeful pursuit of your goals, these are the tools to acquiring real wealth through work. 

But those attributes take work.  And it's in dam short supply in America today.  




Hunter Biden

 "My dad was vice president of the United States. There's literally nothing, as a young man or as a full grown adult, that my father in some way hasn't had influence over."

— Hunter Biden, in an interview with ABC News

Thanks to Daddy’s political connections, Hunter Biden has amassed quite the prestigious resume after, like his father, graduating at the bottom of his Yale law school class:

*in 1996, he took position at MBNA, a major contributor to his father’s political campaign, where he rose to V.P.

*in 2001, he left to serve at the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, focusing on ecommerce for the Clinton Administration

*Biden then became a DC lobbyist, co-founding the firm Oldsker, Biden, & Belair.

*In 2006, he was appointed by Pres. Bush to a five-year term on the board of directors of Amtrak.  He was the board’s Vice Chairman until 2009, when his father became V.P.

He has also been the CEO of Paradigm Global advisors, an international hedge fund he bought with Uncle Jim, launched an international consultancy company named Seneca Global Advisors, co-founded the investment and advisory firm Rosemount Seneca Partners, the venture capital firm Eudora Global, was board chairman of the U.S. division of the UN’s World Food Programme, and served on the board of Burisma Holding, the largest producer of natural gas in the Ukraine.

Yet, by his own admissions, Hunter Biden started drinking at age 8, was a raging alcoholic by 14, busted for cocaine at 18, and spent most of his adult life until 2019 in a haze of drug, booze, and sex addiction as he stumbled from one rehab to another.

He is the poster child for why every drop of the DC Cabal Swamp needs to be drained.

Thursday, March 25, 2021

March 26

 March 26, 1999

 

I am honored to say a few words about my mother on my family’s behalf.

 

In this memorial celebration, we want to thank all of you who came today for the time you are giving and for sharing your memories of Betty Parisian,

 

who was wife, mother, sister, mother-in-law and grandmother to us. 

 

For the last 8 years I have occasionally wondered what I might say at Mom’s memorial service.  I have imagined some fine tributes to this woman, who  

was not only my mother, but also best friend, and personal mentor. 

 

Naturally, now that the time is here, words do not satisfy the challenge.

 

Mom, today we gather not only to mourn the loss of your life in this world but also to celebrate your “going on ahead” to a better place.              

 

We know that you were taken from us before we would have liked.  But we know the distinct privilege of having you at all.  Still, our days will

seem empty and small.

Betty was the anchor of our family.  She had good intellect, depth of character and strength.  She tried to keep us on the right road.  She made her love for us obvious.  She always wanted us to try to do the right thing and to do our best.  The Golden Rule of trying to treat others, as you would want them to treat you was her mantra.   But you leave us with much more, Mom, much more.  You leave us with the irrepressible and undeniable feeling of warmth and love.

 

Love that was demonstrated time and time again throughout your life, to all those who knew you a little, to all those who knew you a lot.

 

A small woman, who was, as she often said, “tough as nails”, Betty was a fighter in her own right. Most important, Betty was a fighter who never quit. 

 

She didn’t quit, when at age 4 she had her first heart operation at the Mayo Clinic. For most of her life she would never quit when attacking a tough crossword puzzle often far into the night.  She never quit in making every house we lived in across the High Plains a home that anyone would be proud to live in.

 

She didn’t quit in 1975 after receiving a new heart valve. A decade ago she would never quit, as many of you know, when faced with tiny problems in her passion of sewing such beautiful quilts.

 

In January of 1991, quitting wasn’t her style when she fought so hard for life after such a powerful stroke and surgical ordeal. But Mom, your very best was always most evident at home.  As a mother and wife, you weathered your share of trials and tribulations.  And because of the way you handled yourself during your life, you represented to us, all that is good in this world. 

 

Your heart, never quit, when it came to your family and to your friends.

 

In many ways we lost our Mom that cold winter day in 1991, just as we lost her last week. We are grateful for all she was to us, and we celebrate her passing into our heavenly Fathers hands and out of the discomfort and pain of recent years that she was in. We are so grateful for the wonderful caregivers that became such an important part of mothers life.

 

So too we are grateful for the example set by her husband.  A man in whom I am equally proud: a man who looked out for Betty’s interests in such a diligent fashion during such trying circumstances.  Dad, you are a man among men, and we know that with a twinkle in her eye, Mother thanks you from Heaven above.  As well, I thank my great sister, Nancy Kaehler, and her family.  You were always there, through thick and thin, always doing your best for Mom in the way in which it had to be done. So too I thank moms brother, Don, for stepping up when needed.  His help was important in allowing Dad to get some much-needed rest during those long agonizing 

weeks at Abbott Northwestern. Finally, I want to thank my wife, Pam, for understanding my hurt and pain these last 8 years and who, listened to Mom on the telephone on the night before her operation in 1991 say these last words, “ if something bad happens to me, take good care of my son”.  Pam, I thank you for understanding and taking such good care of your family.    

 

Our family has often talked of mom’s premonition to be in serious danger when this last heart surgery took place.  Her vision that something terrible would happen to her was in retrospect 20/20.  Mom, you always knew what was going on.  You were always on the ball.  You always had it figured out.

 

It is a tribute to your level-headedness and strength that you always thought of others no matter what obstacles you faced yourself.  It is a trait that we  

hope will be carried on to your four beautiful grandchildren.

 

I would like to end by thanking God for the small mercies he has shown over the last 8 years.  As mother many times said,  “ be thankful, for things could always be much worse”.  In so many ways Mom, we were fortunate to have you with us these past few years.  Only the Creator knows why bad things happen to good people.

 

 

Today, Mom, we all know you look straight to us from heaven above.  We know you soar with the angels.  You will remain an enormous influence on us left behind.  And so today, Mom, we honor you and grieve for you. 

 

Tomorrow we will miss you.  As you walk in harmony and peace you are at last, one with the earth, a blessing for us all.

 

Forever Mom, forever, we will love and remember you.  Give your Mom and Dad, Gramma Dora and Grandpa Walt a big kiss for us.  We hope to join you in heaven in our own way, in our own time.  We love you dearly, Mom. 


May the Lord be with you.   

Friday, March 19, 2021

April 1, 2021. America is the fool...................

Let me be the first to say...........

Happy April Fools Day, Joe Biden!

This day was made for you Big Guy!   

Try to wake up and go get 'em Champ!

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Oh yea baby..............

If they have a higher net worth than you stop giving or even thinking about giving unsolicited financial advice.

Do this.

Take out a pen and paper and try to learn something and study it.

Saturday, February 13, 2021

Mitch McConnell is toast!

Former President Trump has issued the following statement following his Senate acquittal (emphasis ours):

I want to first thank my team of dedicated lawyers and others for their tireless work upholding justice and defending truth.

My deepest thanks as well to all of the United States Senators and Members of Congress who stood proudly for the Constitution we all revere and for the sacred legal principles at the heart of our country.

Our cherished Constitutional Republic was founded on the impartial rule of law, the indispensable safeguard for our liberties, our rights and our freedoms.

It is a sad commentary on our times that one political party in America is given a free pass to denigrate the rule of law, defame law enforcement, cheer mobs, excuse rioters, and transform justice into a tool of political vengeance, and persecute, blacklist, cancel and suppress all people and viewpoints with whom or which they disagree. I always have, and always will, be a champion for the unwavering rule of law, the heroes of law enforcement, and the right of Americans to peacefully and honorably debate the issues of the day without malice and without hate.

This has been yet another phase of the greatest witch hunt in the history of our Country. No president has ever gone through anything like it, and it continues because our opponents cannot forget the almost 75 million people, the highest number ever for a sitting president, who voted for us just a few short months ago.

I also want to convey my gratitude to the millions of decent, hardworking, law-abiding, God-and-Country loving citizens who have bravely supported these important principles in these very difficult and challenging times.

Our historic, patriotic and beautiful movement to Make America Great Again has only just begun. In the months ahead I have much to share with you, and I look forward to continuing our incredible journey together to achieve American greatness for all of our people. There has never been anything like it!

We have so much work ahead of us, and soon we will emerge with a vision for a bright, radiant, and limitless American future.

Together there is nothing we cannot accomplish.

We remain one People, one family, and one glorious nation under God, and it's our responsibility to preserve this magnificent inheritance for our children and for generations of Americans to come.

May God bless all of you, and may God forever bless the United States of America.

Saturday, January 23, 2021

With Gratitude and Humility ............

Since January 1, a mere 14 trading days ago, my portfolio has increased by $379,952.   Over 14 trading days that is an average of $27,139 per day.    Since Halloween, my investment portfolio has increased by $1,282,229.

Not bad for being retired! 

With all due respect to my many friends who are fur trappers across the nation, it probably beats trapping fox and coyotes which is how it all started for me in putting myself through college.  I still wish I had an opportunity to trap with friends in Minnesota; if only the State of Minnesota legislature would pass laws to allow non-residents to trap.  It's about time Minnesota, but I doubt anything will happen with liberal policies and leftist retards running the show in Minnesota.  God help them.      

Today I want to publicly acknowledge the many who have helped me get to this level.  As one of my heroes, Victor Niederhoffer says, the markets are a little bit of science, statistics, gambling, economics, business, psychology and ecology.   I want to thank Victor for the many meals of a lifetime he has provided to me and others during his spectacular run both in his books and on the Spec List as well as accessing his web site, Daily Speculations.  I follow him now on YouTube with Ms. Sennett, giving a daily recap of the market action and you might want to as well if you have any interest in trading.  As Victor always says, the purpose of markets is to take money from the weak and give it to the strong.  So for me, beating the titans of Wall Street for the crumbs I have been humbled to book this month is as hard as keeping those assets in tough markets and there are difficult markets ahead. 

First, to William O'Neil, thank you.  Sitting in your office on Beatrice Street telling me how you pyramided Price Club to start the IBD newspaper probably inspired me more than anything.  The first of many  WON seminars I attended were in Los Angeles in 1984, then in New York City, Santa Monica, San Diego, Atlanta and Boca Raton.  Meeting Bills cohort, David Ryan in 1996 prior to interviewing with the William O'Neil organization to rep the New USA mutual fund at the Ritz Carleton in Atlanta was extremely beneficial.  For sure I got far more out of that meeting than he did with me but we were on the same page.   Also, running the CANSLIM Meet-Ups in both Alpharetta, GA and Crossville, TN was a big plus and kudu's to the WON sponsorship of those meetings.   I know the IBD/CANSLIM Meet-UP group in Dallas, Texas is extremely successful after attending while living in Dallas for two years.     

Another person who deserves mention is Dave Davidson, short-seller extra-ordinaire.  It was from a chance meeting when he worked for J.O. Patterson's hedge fund in Atlanta that he was to become an influence on my trading and most importantly to believe what was possible. 

I would be remiss to not mention old friend Gary Tremble who worked for the investment management arm of Security Pacific Bank in San Diego and who provided invaluable research from the WON organization for many years.  Gary is now living comfortably in Green Bay, Wisconsin and is a tremendous student of the market.

To my long time and dear friend Maurice Altshuler I owe a special debt of gratitude.   Maurice was a great student of buying the dead-cat bounce off the bottoms and helped me to always be on the lookout for that "double-bottom" on the charts that has worked so well over the years.

To Budd Zuckerman of Boulder, Colorado fame I say "thank-you".  Your "fundamental" love for small-cap names has always been fundamental in your investing success and style.  Imagine if you used charts pal!

To James DePorre who resides in both NC and FL a great amount of respect and thanks.  Jim's analysis is similar to mine and he provides the quickest read on the general levels and market trends after I have been gone from the markets.  I use Jim to get up to speed on what has been happening and then let the charts tell me what is going on.  Jim can be found on RealMoney.com as a writer,  is an active trader and is on Twitter.    

And finally to my pal Dave Utter.  I owe Dave a debt of gratitude like non-other.  He allowed me in.  He gave me a shot.  He never doubted my work ethic.  April of 1982 was special and it has been a hell of a run since Dave hired me at Kidder Peabody when the Dow Jones averages were at 688!

To the many great people I have used to help me get better I thank you.  Names like Steenbarger, Covel, Sperandeo, Morales, Steidlemeyer, Hale, Elder and Housel to name just a few. 

And finally to my bride.  I over-achieved in marriage.  My biggest fan, my biggest supporter in good times and bad.  When things got so wacked in 1998, to the 2008 debacle and being strong thru the downturn in early 2020 she has always believed.

I pray every day for what I can do to share my good fortune with others and make good decisions. I believe the miracle is the more we share the more we have.  May Creator continue to provide good health and good hunting, both for stocks and big-game. 

As a visual behaviorist I will always defer to the charts.  Charts are reality and reflect decisions based on emotions. Charts are really just emotions showing up on paper.  And to literally the millions of charts I have looked at over the years I am most thankful.  I wish I had the time to do it all over again.

In life you can have results or excuses, not both. 

Never forget, God feeds the birds but he doesn't drop worms into the nest.  

If it was easy everyone would be a trader.  For me, it's all about the work. Most people don't want to do the work.  All I need to do is work harder because preparation eliminates the fear and preparation is never time wasted.  

I am going to keep working.  I think the best is yet to come.  

               

 

Thursday, January 21, 2021

Joe Biden. Racist liar, bullshit artist and liberal Democrat.

I once called integrated high schools "a jungle, a racial jungle, that I don't want my kids growing up in".

I once dropped out of a Presidential election because I stole speeches.

I lied about my law school grades.

I told a potential voter, "I don't work for you".

I lied about participation in the 60's Civil Rights Movement, when my mentor back then was a member of the KKK.

I lied about being raised in a "black church".

I lied about a drunk driver killing my wife and kid.  Then I broke up the marriage of my babysitter and married her.

I lied about being the first in my family to ever go to university.

I lied about my son making money from China.

I lied about being against the war in Iraq.

I lied about being one of the most liberal members of Congress.

I had 33 certified lies in one of the debates.

I lied about the NAACP endorsing me for all of my elections when they have never endorsed me.

I lied about being arrested for going to see Nelson Mandela.

I willingly flashed my genitals to female Secret Service agents and laughed about it.



Monday, January 18, 2021

President Trump. Thank You.

My days on earth are numbered.  Creator only gives us so many heartbeats.  Before I fade away, there is something important I need to say.  It may not be important to anyone else, but it's important to me.            

Win, lose or fraud...President Trump , I just want to say thank you for the last four years.

Thank you for making it cool to be an American again.

Thank you for showing us that we don’t need to be under China’s thumb any more economically, or any other way.

Thank you for one of the strongest economies we’ve ever experienced in my lifetime. Thank you for all you have done for the minority communities, and the outstanding decrease in the unemployment rate you had.

Thank you for making it feel good to love our country and to be a proud patriot again. Thank you for supporting our Nation's flag and the men and women who fought for the freedom that stands behind that flag.

Thank you for supporting our nation's law enforcement organizations, and understanding how difficult their job really is.

Thank you for quelling the flood of illegal immigration, and bringing to justice the thousands of criminals that flood brought us.

Thank you for giving corporations a reason to come back to America to make our own products and put Americans back to work.

Thank you for bringing our troops home from endless deployments that presented us with little more than body bags; and for your commitment to strengthen our military.

Thank you for operation warp speed and keeping your promise to bringing the Covid 19 vaccine to us in less than a year.

Thank you for your never-ending attempts at bringing peace to the Middle East and your support for Israel.

Thank you for your Tax relief, and thank you for our energy independence. 

Thank you for caring enough for this country to want to try and make a difference.

Thank you for showing America how little Career Politicians actually work for their constituents; and for showing us how much those politicians despise you for showing America how easy it is to build a great nation, rather than rape her to line their own pockets and stock portfolios.

Thank you for allowing us to experience a President that wasn’t a lifelong politician, but a lifelong American.

            Most of all though...

THANK you for taking a rotten job that you never had to take!!

 

Sunday, January 10, 2021

And so it begins...............1984 is here...............

 They are not after me.  They are after you. I am just in the way.

...........  President Donald J. Trump


Friday, January 08, 2021

Ashli Barritt

Ashli Barritt.  President Trump needs to award her family, posthumously, the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

She stormed the Capital and was called a terrorist after 14 years of Air Force service.  

Liberal hypocrisy suggests that the mighty Obama received the Nobel Prize of Peace.   In 2016 alone, the Obama administration dropped at least 26,171 bombs.  This means that for every day  the United States military blasted combatants or civilians with 72 bombs, that's 3 bombs every hour, 24 hours a day.   

Burn down Black communities and you are a hero? Why don't Latino communities get burnt out?  Twisted logic but hey, spend spend spend and the stock market only goes one way.

Until it doesn't.  The enemy is within.  WH, Eccles Building, Senate, Congress, pick your poison these days. It's free. 


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