October 29, 2008

Local Socialism

My primary source of information on local races has been, I'm ashamed to admit, my mailbox. It's not as bad as might seem though as the volume of campaign correspondence has been stupefying.

Just the Chris Shays pile would amaze you.

Today I got a flier from Martin A. Goldberg  - Democrat for State Senate. Martin is a Socialist in the Obama tradition.

Under the heading "Martin A Goldberg, the Democratic candidate for State Senate will Champion:" you find the following.

Protection of basic rights such as health care, choice, living wage, worker protection, and marriage, both for the benefits they provide to individuals as well as the benefits to society as a whole.

Silly me. I thought the basic rights were Life, Liberty and Property, and that securing these is why people establish governments. It seems to me I read that somewhere.

Obamanist Socialism (Obamanism?) is a cancer on our liberty that is spreading. It needs to be stopped.

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October 27, 2008

The Hold the Mayo Vote

I had a lengthy post written regarding my voting decision. In fact I wrote it twice in part because I didn't like the way the first one was written - it had not flow. But also because it was written on my PDA and I couldn't sync it to my laptop.

It was a detailed defense of a decision to not vote. It dealt with the fact that my decision would be counted among the vast apathetic masses that never participate. But that decision came down to the fact that whichever candidate I voted against, that decision would be counted as support for the other. That was a sanction I did not wish to grant to either of them. Whatever damage the eventual winner would inevitably do to the nation - I did not wish to have it done in my name.

This decision also acknowledged the fact that Connecticut will be nowhere near a battleground state. The One will carry Connecticut.

This decision was based on what I have come to see as a vast underestimation of the full potential disaster of an Obama presidency. The more I learn - and with the media cloak around him it has been difficult - the more I have questioned my earlier judgment that in this election there is no viable lesser of two evils choice.

It was this clip of a radio interview from 2001 that really sealed the deal:

I am not enthusiastic about casting a vote for the man responsible for the BCRA assault on the First Amendment. I am not enthusiastic about casting a vote for a man who attacks "Wall Street Greed" as the source of our economic difficulties instead of the government that set up the regulatory market structure in which they worked to maximize their profits. I am not enthusiastic about casting a vote for a man who wants to provide a path to citizenship for people who are in this country in violation of the law. I am not enthusiastic about casting a vote for a man who has joined the Church of Global Warming.

But I will cast a vote for John McCain. That is at least how it will be officially counted. For me it is vote against The One.

It is a vote against "redistributionist change." It is a vote against nationalized health care. It is a vote against weakening the American Military. It is a vote against an unquestioningly "multilateralist foreign policy. It is a vote against Socialism.

Back in July when the nominees had been determined "presumptively," a reader called me on an earlier statement I had made:

"If John McCain or Mike Huckabee are the GOP nominee for President they will only get my vote if it cast against Mrs. Clinton."

I didn't really have much of an answer at the time:

My opinion right now is that each would be equally horrible as president and each would do lasting damage to individual liberty in this country. Which is a thought without comfort since one of them will be president.

The only answer I can give to Curious is that I don't know. I hope Curious doesn't find that answer as unsatisfying as I do.

Now I have an answer. And I still find it unsatisfying.

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October 23, 2008

Hold the Mayo Racing Update 1:8

Made it out of the Doldrums and back into decent wind.

Crossed the Equator at 11:35 this morning. Raised a toast to King Neptune with my coffee.

I am sailing close hauled into the wind on a course of 179°. Some time tomorrow I should pass the mark at Fernando De Horonha. The prevailing wisdom seems to be to continue south before turning east toward Cape Town. I will likely follow the prevailing wisdom.

I am currently in my best position ever in the fleet at 2,596. so this is probably not a good time to go off on a flier. The total fleet is now 38,970. I've had the 10 minute auto refresh activated for most of the day and since about 2:00 I have been making slow and steady gains. The leaders are 350 miles ahead and I have no Illusions of catching them. I would however be pleased as hell to finish in the top 1,000.

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October 19, 2008

Hold the Mayo Racing Update 1:7

A great weekend of virtual racing for the yacht Hold the Mayo. My decision to focus on working south was a good one, and would have been even better if I has stuck to it.

Coming into the Cape Verde Islands on a great breeze heading just west of south, about 184°, so as to not actually hit an island, I was making great gains on the fleet peaking Saturday evening at 3,992.

I knew that eventually I was going to have to head more to the west, but I also knew that when I did I would likely lose some of those gains.

So I jibed onto starboard and set of southwesterly. It started out well but then, of course, the wind shifted slightly and not in a good way. It was then that I wished I had stuck to my plan and not jibed until I was through the islands. I really had no option to jibe back to port.

So I decided to bite the bullet and keep going. The way things were looking through the Doldrums heading west and then south would keep me in decent wind. Throughout the evening, the losses were agonizing, but I kept telling myself that it would pay off in the end when I turned south again. I set a course at 245° and went to bed.

When I logged back in this morning I had made great progress to the west, and had been passed by 962 boats. I was back to 5,263.

I jibed onto port and pointed the bow south at 8:00 a.m. by 10:00 p.m. I had made up the losses and then some. My position in the fleet 3,421 and improving steadily.
One of the features of a race like this that goes through an area like the Doldrums, is that it can provide an opportunity for those in the back to make great gains on the leaders. If I can manage to get through the region on decent wind while boats in front of me are becalmed, I can come around the turning mark in great position. IF. IF. IF.

On a technical note, I discovered accidentally that I can turn off the automatic 10 minute refresh. (Maybe I should have read some of the directions.) Now my day is not going by in 10 minute snippets and I can get other things done. It also makes it easier to focus on the long term goals of the race rather than just having good results at the next refresh.

I just made another check of the forecast and the size and shape of the doldrums has changed slightly. I was headed for a spot that in 24 hours was predicted to have winds of 3 knots. Not very fast sailing that. I am hesitant to make a jibe onto starboard and head southwest again. So I turned the boat dead down wind - that is with the wind directly astern. I'll see how that works for a while before I decide to jibe.

There will be no avoiding some light air sailing between my current position and the mark, but if this course works out I'll have light air of 9 knots instead of 3.

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October 18, 2008

Least Surpising Headline EVER!

I don't know why the Washington Post even bothered with this headline or story. I look forward to their stunning investigative report on the frequency with which the sun rises in the east.

Obama Leads McCain in Newspaper Endorsements

By Shailagh Murray
ST. LOUIS, Mo. -- Sen. Barack Obama has opened up a massive lead over Sen. John McCain in newspaper endorsements.

I'd suggest you read the whole thing, but what would be the point?

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Tricky Questions. Honest Answers.

The stranger elements of the left have been suggesting that Joe the Plumber was a plant. That he was put in place by the Republicans to sabotage the Obama campaign.

Leaving aside the role that randomness played in Joe getting to ask his question and the fact that there would need to be hundreds if not thousands of such plants all over the country waiting for chance to strike, my question to left is, So What?

Let’s assume for the sake of sheer batshit crazy fantasy that there are thousands of GOP plants in every state in the nation (all 57 of them). They are part of a vast GOP network and they get alerts on their cell phones for when The One is going to be in their area. Their assignment is to be where The One is and hope they get the chance to ask a tricky question.

(There’s a whole separate network assigned to do the same with Joe Biden too. That’s how we got the “We’re not supporting clean coal” video.)

So let’s assume Joe is one of these operatives - hell assume that I’m one even though I don’t like John McCain and don’t want him to be president. Joe got his alert and got him self in position to complete his mission. And he succeeded. He got to ask Obama a trick question about why he wants to tax people for being more successful.

Even if the GOP did all that (and I don’t think they’re that smart) They didn’t write the script for Obama’s redistributionist response. That was pure unrehearsed, unscripted, unteleprompted Obama. That was the core belief of The One on display.

The left and the media (there I go repeating myself) don’t want you think about the thoroughly Marxist nature of The One’s response and his beliefs. So they have gone after Joe the Plumber.

The thing is Joe the Plumber doesn’t really matter in all of this. It could have been Tom the carpenter. It could have been Sally the lawyer. It could have been Susie the reporter (well maybe not her).  What matters is that The One approaches tax policy, government and the presidency with a philosophy that says is good when government spreads the wealth.

Private citizens spreading their wealth by hiring other citizens or investing in other citizens not so good.

Government with your money = good. You with your money = bad. Or if you prefer, “From each according to his ability. To each according to his need.”

When the next alert hits my phone that The One is going to be in my area I’m going to be there. Ready with my trick question. (Note: I don’t have any tax liens. My profession does not require a license. I got a ticket for running a red light recently and a couple of tickets in the past for driving without my seatbelt. I am on the record, on this site, that I think either McCain or Obama as president would be bad for America.)

My question for The One: Why do you think it is right and good to take money from people who have worked to earn it and give it to people who have not?

Wish me luck.

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October 17, 2008

And I'm Joe The Plumber

One of Ace's readers wanted to see a PhotoShop of Joe the Plumber in the spirit of the I'm a Mac ads. Ace decided to go with Joe as Spartacus instead. (Maybe he has a thing for Gladiators.)

The inspiration was too good to pass up.

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October 16, 2008

The Audacity of Joe

Joe the Plumber had the audacity to ask The One a question about his tax policies. The one, in one of those politically painful moments of honesty, answered. He told Joe the Plumber that his tax policy was designed to share the wealth.

To take money from people who earned it, and give it to people who didn't.

He explained that his vision for U.S. tax policy was basic Socialism.

You would think that would be a big deal. That The One's answer would be the focus of a lot of discussion and debate among the chattering classes and the media.

You would be wrong.

The left and the media (but I repeat myself) have been all over Joe the Plumber. Digging into his background and personal affairs in way they have never bothered to do with the candidate.

News flash people. Joe the Plumber is not running for President. He simply had the audacity to ask a question that no one in the media - or the McCain campaign - was going to ask.

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Hold the Mayo Racing Update 1:6

It has been an up and down day of sailing for the yacht Hold the Mayo. This morning I was blazing fast approaching the Canary Islands passing an average of 60 boats every 10 minute update.

I was a few cycles away from breaking into the 4000s when I reached the islands at about noon. Then the wind got lighter and shifty and a clear path through the islands with good speed was not to be had. Add to this that I seriously mistimed my jibe south and was in danger of hitting an island and it was not pretty.

Four and a half hours later I fond myself in steadier stronger winds on the other side of the Canaries. I have begun climbing slowly back through the the fleet passing 9 or 10 boats every cycle I've been holding steady - basically going south for the last 5 hours and baring major wind shifts will stay on that heading for quite a while. My plan is to sail south and hopefully soaking a little bit west for probably the next two days. The next big move will be when to make the turn toward the rounding mark at Ihla de Fernando de Noronha. (Off the coast of Brazil.)

My plan is to pay attention to what the real boats in the real race are doing. Some of the best sailors and navigators on the planet are out there marking a trail.

In the screen cap you will see a few boats very close to HTM. Each 10 minute cycle the software would show you a few of the boats in your general vicinity. On a few occasions today the software brought up boats that are very close. Three boats I marked as "friends" are all within 11 miles of me. Since they are marked they show up on very cycle and are a useful benchmark for my performance.

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October 15, 2008

Hold the Mayo Racing Update 1:5

Another great day of virtual sailing by the virtual crew of the yacht Hold the Mayo, and her not so virtual (ous) captain.

I continued heading southwest on heading of 240° with boat speeds around 36 knots. Passing on average about 200 boats an hour.

At about 11:00 I jibed the boat to get out of a wind shift and headed south toward the Canary Islands. I jibed to 240° at about 7:00 pm Eastern and sailing at close to 37 knots I am closing in on the 5,000s.

Oh, and there was a debate tonight. I didn't watch it but I know how it will play out. Some conservatives will think that McCain won but didn't hit Obama hard enough. Some will think he lost because he didn't hot Obama hard enough. Liberals will believe that Obama was Presidential and won hands down. And McCain was mean.

In the end - WE ALL LOSE.

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October 14, 2008

Hold the Mayo Racing Update 1:4

Today was a good day for the yacht Hold the Mayo.

When I got up this morning I was in the Atlantic going along and a nice 21 knots on a westerly course. Since I had signed off he night before I had passed 153 boats. Putting me at 17,232.

I changed course to a more Southwesterly heading. This also put me on a better angle to the wind and pushed the boat speed up to 29 knots. I kept passing boats all morning. Usually about 20 to 30 every 10 minute cycle. Then at 11:00 I crossed the point where my position in the fleet was no longer distorted by land masses. (The system calculates relative positions on a crow flies basis.)

The upshot is that the 5000 plus boats that passed me in one 10 minute cycle yesterday were behind me once again.

Boat speed was up to 31 knots and I will still passing boats every cycle. By late afternoon my position was under 10,000.

By early evening the wind was at 27 knots out of the north-northeast and boat speed was up over 36 knots where it has been for several hours. For a while the pace at which I was passing boats slowed, but the last few cycles have all been above 30.

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Resist Socialism

This morning President Bush and Treasury Secretary Paulson announce the next step in their plan to nationalize the banking industry. They are going to spend $250 billion buying equity in the nations banks.

$125 Billion will be spent immediately buying shares of the nine largest banks. Participation is "voluntary."

The remaining $125 billion will be made available to banks throughout the country willing to be nationalized.

I have contacted my bank to determine if they will be selling equity to the federal government. If they do, I will be moving my banking business to another institution.

The loss of my accounts will not be a blow to my current bank - they will not even notice. But I urge everyone to pull their business out of federally owned banks.

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October 13, 2008

Hold the Mayo Racing Update 1:3

This is racing update 3 for leg one of the Virtual Volvo Ocean Race.

The Yacht Hold the Mayo emerged from the Straight of Gibraltar at approximately 9:45 pm EDT. Some unwise course selection and bad wind luck have resulted in missing the goal of reaching this point in the top half of the fleet.

As you can see from the screen cap below I exited the Straight in 17,245th place. There are currently 24,171 registered boats in the race, so I have a lot more bad sailing to do before I can claim DFL honors. (It's a technical sailing term that translates roughly to Dead F'n Last.)

I have maintained the same relative position in the fleet for the last several hours. Passing or being passed by three or four boats every 10 minute cycle. For reference, in the screen cap below, the blue boat just above my stern is about 700 boats behind me, and the pink boat is a bout 500 ahead.

The forecast is for the wind to build over the next 12 hours and shift slightly north. I will probably continue on the same course overnight and begin to turn toward the southwest in the morning.

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October 12, 2008

Hold the Mayo Racing Update

Some time in the early morning, the yacht Hold the Mayo sailed into a hole. For you land lubbers, "a hole" refers to an area on the water where there is little or no wind. Typically surrounded by areas with good wind in which your competition is sailing.

Because this happened while I was sleeping, the boat sailed well into the middle of a hole with 2 knots of wind from an unfavorable direction. This had a somewhat negative effect on my position relative to the other boats in the race. At its worst, Hold the Mayo was 15,653rd out of 20,750.

I set a slightly more northward course in the morning and by early afternoon I had broken out of the hole and onto a stronger more favorable breeze. In one 10 minute cycle I passed over 5,000 boats!

The breeze held steady at 11 knots throughout the afternoon and I moved up steadily through the fleet. Each 10 minute cycle of the software I passed a few more boats until I reached my best position of the day at 8,823.

Early in the evening my wind fell back to 6 knots and I began to slowly loose ground. My goal at this point is to make it through the Straights of Gibraltar no worse than 10,375 (mid fleet).

The 12 hour forecast calls for winds 20 - 25 knots from a direction that would put me on nice screaming reach past The Rock. But the 12 hour forecast at 8:00 am this morning was for 30 - 35 knots. Except for one brief 8 minute squall during which I had boat speeds of 31 knots, those winds have never arrived.

In the time I spent writing this post (I accidentally deleted it once and had to start over), I have reached the edge of the next hole and unfavorable wind shift. I lost more than 5,000 boats and dropped to 14,571. The wind ahead on my current course looks even lighter. What I need to decide is do I change course based on this, or hold my course based on the forecast. If I head southerly for slightly better wind, and the forecast 20-25 winds come through, I will likely run out of water while I sleep. One important rule of ocean racing is to not hit any of the continents. If I hold course and the winds don't come I'll be deep in the back of the fleet when my alarm goes off in the morning.

(One hour later) I've thought it over and spent some time looking at the problem and have decided to hold my current course. I needed to get my head around the simple idea that the place numbers are determined based on the relationship to the wind and the next mark of the course for the lead boat. The lead boat is currently 360 Km ahead of me in the Atlantic in wind that has nothing whatsoever to do with the artificial reality I am sailing in. As the boats move through the choke point at Gibraltar the standings will sort themselves out again.

Here's were I am as of now, 14,673rd. Holding a steady course at 274° that should put me right down the middle of the Straights if the wind direction holds.

P.S. I am fully aware that when things get sorted out at Gibraltar it my be that somewhere in the 15,000's is accurate and the 8,000's were the anomaly.

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October 11, 2008

Gone Sailing

The Volvo Ocean Race has begun. Leg one started today and will cover 6,500 miles from Alacante, Spain to Cape Town, South Africa by way of a rounding mark off the coast of Brazil. Here is the video of the start of racing today.

As much as I would like, I cannot actually be part of the race I decided to do the next best thing and enter the Virtual Race. The yacht Hold The Mayo is as of this writing in 6583rd place. But there are more than 13,000 entries in the race so I'm far from last.

There are lots of extras you can get like an auto pilot, and having the program pick the best sail for you. You get them by redeeming points- which you buy. I've decided to sail around the world on the cheep.

Here's what happened at the start. I had set a course I wanted to take off the line but was unable to get to the game until this evening and sailed into a large wind shift ad was left with the wrong sail up and a speed of 0 knots.

I've since changed course and am underway but sailing in light winds. It looks like there are some better winds ahead though it gets a little confused around Gibraltar. Hold The Mayo should reach the Rock in about 2 days.

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Losing Liberty

There is one big loser in the current political and economic debate. Liberty.

The debate has moved beyond the questions of should government control our lives and the economy. The questions have become about how much and how.

Both candidates supported massive government intervention in the financial industry. Both parties supported the Federal Government taking equity in financial corporations.  The technical definition of  political system in which government controls capital is Socialism.

The Republican candidate, the supposed conservative, is supporting the notion that the government purchase individual mortgages and renegotiate them based on the decreased value of the underlying asset. Giving a pass to those who cannot meat the obligations they signed onto at the expense of those who are not defaulting on a mortgage they cannot afford.

It is ironic that in the midst of the current financial crisis the president of France pronounced it to be the failure of the American capitalist system. This country has been on the path of European socialism for decades. We're just not as far gone as some of them. It is only a matter of degree. And a matter of time.

When asked at the recent debate if health care was a right, a privilege, or a responsibility Senator Obama answered that it is a right. Senator McCain answered that it is a responsibility. However based on his "health care plan" I believe he sees it as a government responsibility. McCain wants to tax employer paid benefits, provide a $5,000 refundable tax credit and allow people to shop for insurance across state lines. On the surface this looks like he wants to put the individual in charge of their own health care. However, by doing this through a refundable tax credit the government is buying your health insurance. A refundable tax credit can be paid to an individual even if the amount of the credit is more than the person paid it taxes in the first place. He would replace the government established system of employer provided insurance with government provided insurance. Making the future insurance credit a political issue to frighten or buy votes.

The debate between the Obama and McCain health care plans is not about weather or not we should have socialized medicine but rather how big should the next step in that direction be. The only argument I can find for the GOP plan is that its a smaller step and given the composition of the congress it would never be enacted.

The Obama campaign has a well earned reputation for being intolerant of criticism. They have used a number of tactics on a number of occasions to try to shut down the speech of others. They tried to use the justice deprtment to block an ad highlighting the candidate's relationship with Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers. They called upon their supporters to flood phone lines with complaints to shout down a radio interview with a reporter investigating aspects of Obama's relationship to  Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers.

The Obama campaign is not the government, yet, so its actions disturbing as they are cannot be labeled as unconstitutional. But they do demonstrate a clear disdain for the concept of free speech.

On the other side of the ballot we have a candidate who worked hard to pass legislation that limits the ability of citizens to participate in the political process by limiting what they are allowed to say and when they are allowed to say it. Meaning freedom of speech does not have friend in this election.

It is tempting to argue that our only hope to avert disaster is to elect a divided government. But I don't think we have that out in this case. A McCain presidency with a far left controlled Congress would not create the log-jam needed to protect what individual freedom we have left. McCain uses his willingness to cast aside his "conservative principles" and work with the other side as an affirmative reason to give him your vote. There is no chance for a strongly conservative congress to stand in the way of either candidate's plans to chip away at freedom.

I don't see there being hold your nose and vote for the lesser evil option this time around.

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Governor Palin's Hate Crime

This election was mostly over for me when the parties had settled on their presumptive nominees. I want to see neither of them in the White House.

McCain's pick of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate was the closest ting to a bright light in an otherwise dismal electoral future. That the left and the media (redundant I know) have done there savage best to tear the governor down is clear.

The Alaska legislative committee investigating "TrooperGate" issued it's report. It is in my opinion completely meaningless. But no doubt then media will have a field day.

* Governor Sarah Palin abused her power by violating Alaska Statute 39.52.110(a) of the Alaska Executive Branch

Ethics Act. Alaska Statute 39.52.110(a) provides: The legislature reaffirms that each public officer holds office as a public trust, and any effort to benefit a personal or financial interest through official action is a violation of that trust.

*Although Walt Monegan’s refusal to fire Trooper Michael Wooten was not the sole reason he was fired by Governor Sarah Palin, it was likely a contributing factor to his termination as Commissioner of Public Safety. In spite of that, Governor Palin’s firing of Commissioner Monegan was a proper and lawful exercise of her constitutional and statutory authority to hire and fire executive branch department heads.

I added emphasis to the only part that I feel matters. The firing of Commissioner Monegan was proper, legal and with the Governor's authority under the Alaska Constitution. End of story.

The entirety of the first finding, which is all the media will report, amounts to finding her guilty of a hate crime - with no underlying criminal act.

In a sane world this would treated as the partisan garbage it so clearly is. But then in a sane world this investigation and report would have never happened.

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October 10, 2008

A Time to Buy

If I had any capital to invest, I would be spending the weekend deciding what to buy on Monday morning. There are bargains to be had in the market.

If you can buy now and hold for the medium to long term you will do well. Unfortunately I am not in a position to take advantage.

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October 09, 2008

Obama A Socialist? Who Knew

There's lots of bits and bytes flying around the internet about Barack Obama's apparent registration in something called the New Party. Apparently this was some sort of Socialist group in Chicago.

Where have you people been for the last 18 months? Have you not heard a word The One has said? You need some dubious article about some dubious Chicago political organization to bring you to the conclusion that Obama is a Socialist.

Wake up. Listen to what the man says.

That Obama is a Socialist has been obvious for a very long time.

Dog bites man. Film at 11:00

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October 01, 2008

Obama Children's Choir

By now you have probably seen the incredibly creepy You Tube video of a chorus of children singing the praises of The One. I you haven't you could be out of luck. According to Confederate Yankee the video is being disappeared from You Tube's servers.

I hate when that happens. I hate that people think they can get away with making something disappear. The left tries it all the time - and I hate that they are that stupid.

It took about 10 minutes to download the You Tube, convert it to a QuickTime and a windows movie, upload it and write this post.

On the internet there is no delete key.

Sing for Change- Barack Kids Serenade Dear Leader Obama.wmv. (4.8MB)

Sing for Change- Barack Kids Serenade Dear Leader Obama.mov. (2.6MB)

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