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The ‘out of paper in the outhouse award’ for July goes to….

August 4, 2014

0uthousePresident obama for saying that “Muslim Americans built the very fabric of our nation”. I am wondering why in all the literature on the founding of our nation not one word was written about any Muslim participating in the establishment of this country. One would think in the thousands of books and historical documents there should have been some mention of a Muslim participating in the founding of this country. These same historical documents and books often refer to our founders religious beliefs when used as a basis for their thinking. So indeed where did obama obtain his facts for such a ludicrous statement.

In a statement on the official website of the White House, Obama for the occasion of Eid-al-Fitr, which is designated as the conclusion for the month of Ramadan said “In the United States, Eid also reminds us of the many achievements and contributions of Muslim Americans to building the very fabric of our nation and strengthening the core of our democracy.”

Because there is no historical record of Muslims at the continental convention or at the signing of the Delectation of Independence, this leads one to wonder on what did the President base his statements. We understand his allegiance to the Muslim faith, his backing of the Muslim brotherhood in Egypt and his support for al-Qaeda in Libya but Muslims “strengthening our democracy?

For this statement alone I present obama my
‘out of paper in the outhouse award’


*Dishonorable mention for the month of July goes to the State of Alaska for acting more and more like our federal government with regards to its people. The Bloomberg business news network announced that, “U.S. production of crude oil, along with liquids separated from natural gas, surpassed all other countries, including Saudi Arabia and Russia, this year with daily output exceeding 11 million barrels in the first quarter of the year”

With gasoline and heating oil prices at an all time high in Alaska you would think the state would give its citizens some relief considering it takes in millions of gallons of crude oil each year in the form of royalties from oil producers in the state. Maybe it should take a hint from the oil rich countries in the middle East and sell the oil to its citizens at cost.

So a tip of the hat
for maintaining high gasoline prices to the State of Alaska


5 Comments leave one →
  1. August 4, 2014 9:36 pm

    Well, they contributed to 9/11 and they continue to contribute threats, murder and mayhem. Maybe he was just speaking about recently. Thanks to them we all get to go through the screening process at airports that picks on old white women so they aren’t accused of profiling, even though ever act of terrorism in the skies has been by muslims. Reminds me of animal rights groups throwing blood on old white women’s fur coats as they are easier then throwing blood on a Hell’s Angel in leathers.


  2. August 5, 2014 5:35 am

    I’m not a fan of generalization, but the numbers are increasing and the influence/effect on our nation is becoming noticeable.


  3. August 5, 2014 8:01 am

    Hey Pete – no surprise our ‘Liar In Chief’ would make such a vacuous statement; I just read that on the Sunday talk shows he claimed ‘Russia doesn’t make anything’. I suspect the Russians might take offense to the this idea given they were the first in space and have produced a long line of outstanding mathematicians and physicists. That morally bankrupt narcissist will say anything as long as it meets his needs at the moment; if in doubt just remember what he told ‘We the People’ during his ’08 campaign regarding unifying the nation and having the most transparent administration on record. I rest my case…

    As to the gas prices I was really irritated to learn that there’s an over-supply of both oil and gasoline in the US right now. Texas crude was selling at $97/barrel over the weekend; that’s almost $10/barrel cheaper than the prices in late spring! Sunday I spoke to a buddy in SW Michigan; he told me gas prices were at the $3.45/gallon level and had been for a number of weeks. Meanwhile, up here the price broke $4/gallon and continued to drift up until just recently when I actually found some Tesoro stations at $3.999/gal in Wasilla.


  4. Raven permalink
    August 6, 2014 8:12 pm

    Once again, great writing. And that gas price is outrageous!!!!! That is $1. more then here on the East Coast!


  5. Jon permalink
    August 10, 2014 2:57 am

    I make no comment on our commander-in-radical muslim. But our gas prices in the Twin Cities were down to $3.15/gal. now went up to $3.45 this week-end.


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