August 22, 2009

FAA employees called in to help out the “Cash For Clunkers” program? Brought to you by the same people now pushing for government-run health care.

Tim Wakefield replacing Brad Penny in the Red Sox rotation? I think my mom will be happy to see that. Watching Penny pitch this year has been painful. A straight-as-an-arrow fastball and no reliable offspeed out pitch. He might be better suited for a National League team where the lineups 1-9 are not so stocked.

A quid-pro-quo? If so, that would be pretty reprehensible.

A slippery slope we should be trying to avoid at all costs?

What goes around comes around, eh, Speaker Pelosi?

A new revolutionary movement in political speech and action? Her so-called “death panels” post changed the conversation about the Democrats’ proposed government-run health care reform, perhaps permanently. Now she’s pushing for tort reform as a viable component of any health-care reform effort, and rightly pointing out the Obama administration’s utter hypocrisy for financially supporting Brazil’s offshore oil drilling while refusing to support it here. The mainstream dino-media may (and will) scorn her, but she’s clearly found her voice in a medium that suits her purposes. Trust me, she is only going to get bigger, and people who underestimate her politically do so at their own peril.

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August 21, 2009

Let’s just say you’re a easy-going, humble, laid back, friendly guy whose normal idea of relaxation is a casual spin around the corner to a local bar to tip a pint or two. Nothing fancy, mind you – you’re just an average guy who loves life, tolerates his work (something he excels in), and just so happens to also be wheelchair-bound.

Let’s just say it’s August. Work is gawdawful stressful and you decide to tell everyone to sod off – dammit, you need a vacation!! A real vacation. So where does someone desperate for a change of scenery head?

And what happens? Well, you just so happen to have yourself a fine old good time.

Think about it: where else in this whole wide wonderful world could you get a debriefing the likes of the following. When I asked him if he checked out Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville (one of my favorite places in “Sin City” to have a bite to eat and enjoy a few too many boat drinks, BTW), here was his response:

Sure did… had way too many drinks there. Got back to the hotel eventually and realized that those guys on the strip were tossing pics of naked women in my basket. I must have had about a 100 of them.

Question of the day: can you actually have a good time in Las Vegas? Check this picture out and you be the judge – here’s dude mixing it up with a few of the performers at Treasure Island:

(and to think, he was just a stone’s throw away from the Kokomo Bar at The Mirage! A favorite haunt of your’s truly.)

My guess is, the answer is yes. Where else but Vegas, baby!

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August 20, 2009

I’ve been wondering for awhile just how long it would take for the lack of management experience possessed by President Barack Obama to catch up with him. A fairly-recent product of the hard-knock school of Chicago politics, my view has always been that never in his wildest dreams did Obama ever think he’d ascend to the Oval Office so quickly. Most likely, he figured he’d spend the next fours of his political career in the U.S. Senate building his reputation as an up-and-comer, and laying the foundation for a run in either 2012 (if a Republican had been elected in 2008) or 2016, following eight years of Hillary Clinton’s presidency.

Of course, even the best-laid plans can go awry when events beyond your control take over, and when Hillary’s campaign began tripping all over itself, Obama suddenly found himself riding a wave of popular support feuled by an adoring, slobbering mainstream media that refused to seriously challenge him on anything – not his political views, not his past associations, not his legislative history, not his unwillingness to release any historical documents about his life.

In the end, running against someone with a whole lot of personal integrity but precious little in the way of personal charm or political convictions, Barack Obama found himself in the White House. America had rolled the dice on a charismatic but unproven politician, expecting him (perhaps unreasonably so) to usher in a new era of post-partisan politics and transparency in governing that would end all the divisiveness and petty politics of the George W. Bush years.

Pretty heady stuff for a self-described “community organizer” barely wet behind the ears in national politics, don’t you think?

So it’s not surprising (at least to me it isn’t) that the Obama White House, just seven months into his presidency, finds itself in utter disarray and completely on its heels on a number of fronts: his popularity is in freefall, Americans are increasingly gloomy over the economy and unemployment, and his legislative agenda under fire on several fronts.

So where has it all gone wrong? A couple of ways, I think, and Real Clear Politics‘ Jay Cost has two must-read posts about this on his vaunted Horserace Blog. First of all, Obama seems to be operating under an assumption that he was elected in some unprecedented progressive landslide and thereby given a mandate to radically reform America’s socio-economic systems. In fact, as Cost ably notes, nothing could be further from the truth:

Bismarck once commented that politics is the art of the possible. So far, the White House has not exhibited a good understanding of exactly what is possible in this political climate. It has been acting as though the President’s election was a major change in the ideological orientation of the country.

A lot of liberals certainly saw it as such. All the strained comparisons of Obama to Franklin Roosevelt were a tipoff that many were talking themselves into the idea that the 2008 election created an opportunity for a substantial, leftward shift in policy. Yet the election of 2008 was not like the 1932 contest. It wasn’t like 1952, 1956, 1964, 1972, 1980, 1984, or even 1988, either. Obama’s election was narrower than all of these. FDR won 42 of 48 states. Eisenhower won 39, then 41. Johnson won 44 of 50. Nixon won 49. Reagan won 44, then 49. George H.W. Bush won 40. Obama won 28, three fewer than George W. Bush in his narrow 2004 reelection.

Second of all, rather than lead with his vision and use his popularity to slowly and carefully lay the foundation for implementing that vision, Obama has repeatedly allowed a small but influential group of left-wing Democrats hardly representative of the nation’s electoral map to not only set the agenda for how the President’s vision of reform is to be enacted, but control the discussion by which that legislation is marketed.

One should not be surprised, then, that the result is not just political chaos, but increased infighting amongst those of his own party:

We can clearly see the source of the problem. Liberal leaders from the coasts were given wide latitude by the White House to write these bills – and, unsurprisingly, they delivered products their fellow liberals love (or at least like). But the moderate and conservative Democrats – whose votes are needed for passage yet who run the risk of defeat next fall should the broad middle of the country sour on the reform efforts – weren’t fully consulted, and don’t like the bills. Hence, the internal friction – which corresponds pretty well with age-old sectional divisions in the party (more on that in a moment).

It was always going to be a challenge to find something that the moderates could stomach yet the liberals don’t think is too watered down. That, more than anything else, was destined to be the highest hurdle for health care reform to jump. Amazingly, the White House waited until after the liberal House bills were published – and all the attending fallout – to take this challenge seriously, or even notice it! Because of this error, it is now in a substantially weaker position to find that middle ground. The liberals already have their bills on the table, so they are at least somewhat committed to them, [whereas] moderates and conservatives are at home getting yelled at by angry constituents, rather than in D.C. searching for that common ground.

[This] acrimony has forced Obama out onto the campaign trail, where he is making mistakes (e.g. the Post Office comment, the Cambridge police comment, and the AARP comment – all a consequence of the White House’s desire to get back in front of the health care story). All of this has driven his poll numbers downward, leaving him less able to persuade the marginal members in the caucus, who must get getting nervous about November, 2010.

Were I some White House flack not worried about losing my job for telling the boss something he doesn’t want to hear, this column by Victor David Hansen would be worth slipping under the Oval Office door. But that’s not gonna happen, because, as I’ve mentioned before, for someone supposed to be so intelligent, so charismatic, and so articulate (at least in front of a TelePrompTer), the political tone-deafness of Barack Obama continues to both baffle and astound.

Think about it: elected under the guise of a uniter and a post-partisan leader, he has allowed the likes of Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and other prominent members of his party to call those who have the gall to earnestly and in good conscience question the rushed and radical reform of the nation’s healthcare system at a time of skyrocketing deficits, unprecedented federal spending, and looming crises involving Medicare and Social Security systems) “un-American”, “swastika carrying” brownshirts, and “political terrorists”.

And not only that. Just today, knowing full well he already has the necessary majorities in both the House and the Senate to pass whatever legislation he so chooses to push, he drags out Hillary Clinton’s old “vast right-wing conspiracy” to accuse Republicans of deliberately wanting to destroy his presidency! By taking this track, the President has abdicated his role as a leader and uniter; it smacks of political inexperience and a general lack of understanding regarding the role a President must play in being the elected representative of – yes, Barack – all the people, not just those who would happily and willingly drink whatever Kool-Aid you’re selling.

As Jay Cost writes in his closing:

It’s almost as if the President has absolutely no experience in dealing with the United States Congress whatsoever.

That’s so puzzling, considering how Democrats turned down the fresh-faced newcomer who could turn a good phrase on the campaign trail for the old-hand who had been in Washington for 15 years by the time of the nomination battle. Oh wait…

Just like I’ve been saying. But then again, no one listens to The Great White Shank.

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August 19, 2009

Hard to believe it’s been 32 years since Elvis Presley died. While I always liked his music, I wasn’t what you would consider an Elvis uber-fan, but since then I’ve listened to a lot of his stuff and respect the immense talent he had. He was truly one of the greats.

BTW, I especially love his gospel music – here’s a great DVD about that lesser-known side of The King.

Scott at Power Line blog has a great post remembering when The King met Richard Nixon. It’s an interesting read, pretty funny.

This past Sunday it was too damned hot to do anything outside so we stayed inside and watched Elvis movies all day on Turner Movie Classics. Did you know that Elvis starred in 31 movies and all of ’em made money? Even though they were a welcome distraction from work and life, after a while they all started to look the same, y’know? But, I did enjoy Clambake, and I thought he did a real good job in King Creole.

On the must-reading list for this fall: Peter Guralnick’s two-volume biography of Elvis – Last Train To Memphis: The Rise of Elvis Presley, and Careless Love: The Unmaking of Elvis Presley. Both look to be page-turners.

Here’s one of my absolute favorite Elvis tunes, from his last album, Moody Blue. Recorded live in the “jungle room” at Graceland, “He’ll Have To Go” was the last song Elvis ever recorded. Bluesy and mournful, whenever I hear it, with its twangy guitar licks (courtesy of James Burton) and tinklin’ piano fills, all I can think of is thick, humid days in the Deep South and the Mississippi River. To me, it’s a sad but majestic coda to an incredible life and career as a singer and musician.

I remember the day after he died I scooted down to the local K-Mart to pick up a limited edition of the album on blue vinyl (!), figuring it might be worth something someday. Well, I guess not.

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August 18, 2009

…hit 105 today and everyone around here is feeling lazy. Here’s a nice poem about the month, comment as you’d like…

“August rushes by like desert rainfall,
A flood of frenzied upheaval,
But still catching me unprepared.
Like a matchflame
Bursting on the scene,
Heat and haze of crimson sunsets.
Like a dream
Of moon and dark barely recalled,
A moment,
Shadows caught in a blink.
Like a quick kiss;
One wishes for more
But it suddenly turns to leave,
Dragging summer away.”

– Elizabeth Maua Taylor

Now, off to the kitchen for a banana… (Hat tip: Instapundit)

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August 17, 2009

Got a nice comment the other day from Randy Wong from (a great collection of musicians and website, BTW) thanking me for promoting an earlier CD of his on a post a couple of years old. Given their latest release (soon to find it’s way into the Richard household), I thought an update to the original post would be a hoot. Enjoy!


“OK, there’s no question we like to get a little creative and bizarre here at Goodboys Nation weblog on occasion. This post from March of this year focuses on my craving at that time for exotica music and everything exotica at that time. What is “exotica”, you ask? Well check this post out…”
The Great White Shank



The mission, Agent TGWS, as you yourself chose to accept it, was to find five – count ’em, five! – exotica music CDs worthy of arranging on a CD player carousel, so all you’d need to spend an afternoon in absolute exotica ecstacy is to hit the ‘Shuffle’ button on the player.

“That’s correct, Boss, but believe me, it wasn’t easy. The first four – well, those actually turned out to be a no-brainer; it was finding that last one that really turned out to be an adventure – an adventure in paradise.”


Explain, Agent.

“Well, as you know, Boss, kicking off the effort with Martin Denny‘s classic Exotica I & II was a no-brainer – after all, he was one who took the arrangements of Les Baxter…”


You mean, the “Father of Exotica”…

“That’s right, Boss, it was Denny who took Baxter’s lush arrangements for an orchestra setting, then slimmed them down and tightened them up for use by his own smaller combo to become the so-called “High Priest of Exotica”. And the fact that both of those albums were available on a single CD made it all the better.”


So that’s one down…

“Correct. And that’s when it occurred to us that the Martini Kings’ “Tikis and Bikinis” CD – which we already had in our collection – seemed to compliment the sounds Denny became famous for.”


So that made two…

“Correctamundo, el Capitan. Now the third CD – ah yes, the third CD – I can’t quite remember how the heck we found out about the band Waitiki and their CD “Charred Mammal Flesh: Exotic Music for BBQ”. Maybe just trolling the Internet late one night. At any rate, it was a natural, a perfect slice of exotica for the new millennium.”


Alright, so you had three, what about the last two?

“Well, the thought occurred to me that one couldn’t very well have Martin Denny in your collection without at least discovering his roots and the music of Les Baxter…”


You mean, the “Father of Exotica”…

[sighing] “Yes, Boss, the “Father of Exotica”…


Don’t get snippy with me, Agent…

“Er, sorry about that, Boss. Anyways, I went to and found “The Exciting Moods of Les Baxter”. Four entire albums compiled on two CDs! How could anyone resist?”


[looking at the entry]: A little pricey for an agent of your modest means, don’t you think?

“Well, sir, you only live once…”


I believe the movie, Agent, was “You Only Live Twice”. Well, fine. So now you had four. What about the fifth?

“Umm… speaking of fifths, Boss…”


Er, sure – a Pusser’s Navy Rum, neat?

“Thanks, Boss, thought you’d never ask…”


I understand finding the fifth and final CD proved a bit difficult, did it not?

“Sure did, Boss. Well, the first thing we did was try both of the Les Baxter…”


MP: You mean…


[together] “The Father of Exotica”…

“…CDs, but there were a couple of tracks on one of the discs that sounded a little too out there, so then we thought, why not try some Arthur Lyman?”


Hmmm… I see from his dossier that he played the vibes in Denny’s band. Is that right, Agent?

“Correct, sir. So we picked up his CD “Taboo”, but oddly enough, we found it didn’t really jive with the sound we were looking for; sounded a little dated, and a little too quaint to me.”


You were looking for something a little edgier, then?

“Well, just a little more modern sounding, which is how we discovered “The Forbidden Sounds of Don Tiki”.


Ah, that Hawaiian band. Under McGarrett’s jurisdiction, I believe. Good.

“Anyways, the CD has a fantastic vibe that compliments every other CD on that tray. I think it’s a keeper, Boss. And we can close the case.”


Excellent work by your team, Agent TGWS. Well done, indeed.

“Thank you, Boss. Say, how about another Pusser’s?”


How would you like to self-destruct in 5 seconds?

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Another week, and this week it looks like we’ll be keep an eye on the tropics. Here’s a great link for anyone interested.

I’m not sure what that cold front plans to do after it passes across the Northeast late Wednesday, but were I some rich boatowner in Newport, Rhode Island, I might give some thought to contacting my buddy the harbormaster tomorrow. Just in case

1969 was such an incredible year, and we’ve been hitting a lot of fortieth anniversaries lately: Chappaquiddick, the Apollo moon landings, Woodstock, the Manson murders have all gotten a lot of attention. Last week, I mentioned The Beatles’ “Abbey Road” release, and, boy, the anniversaries just keep on coming.

Today is the fortieth anniversary of Hurricane Camille, the strongest storm to ever enter the United States mainland on record. Tracey and I stopped at the Hurricane Camille Gift Shop (later a later victim of Hurricane Katrina, BTW) while we were in Gulfport a number of years ago and I bought a book about it. Nowadays, everyone thinks of Katrina as being a bad hurricane – and it was – but for those who are old enough to remember, they don’t hit much harder than Camille did.

Tiger Woods proves to be human after all. I didn’t watch even a minute of today’s final round – you just assume Tiger’s got it locked up. I’m wondering if we’re starting to see the end of Tiger’s unprecedented reign of success. Tick, tick, tick, Tiger…

Unfortunately, I did watch a little of the Red Sox as they lost two of of three in Texas this weekend. You don’t mind a team losing – anyone can hit a bad stretch – but the Sox are playing as dead as Kelsey’s nuts and losing ugly. Time to start looking in the mirror, boys…

I think this is pretty funny. I’m with Dave on this one – I’m guessing Barack Obama was indeed born in Hawaii, but the whole “birther” movement points to a larger problem that White House is gonna have to address sooner or later. The fact is, as I’ve mentioned earlier in this spot, there isn’t a President elected in modern times we know less about than Barack Obama. He has yet to release his heath records (why?), his education record (why?), or an official copy of his birth certificate. This, of course, from the candidate who promised his Presidency would be the most transparent in history.

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August 13, 2009

OK, I give up – something screwy is happening to the comments and I’ll have to check with the Blogs-About folks to find out what the cure for this ill is. Thanks, Rob, for your comments on my healthcare reform post – I’ve approved them tonight but shouldn’t have had to. Ever since I upgraded to WordPress 2.8, not only is the dashboard all screwy, but comments have been very unpredictable. Keep them coming, everyone, I’ll just start checking them on a daily basis!

Three new websites I’d like to welcome to my Blogroll:

My brother Dave’s Freedom Lives Here is a political forum / action committee that bends right on the political spectrum.

Tranquility Trail Animal Sanctuary, a sanctuary in the Scottsdale area for lost and hurt animals that can’t find and need a permanent, loving home. If you’d like to make a donation to this very worthy operation, just click on the link.

The Bunny Basics – a combination rabbit rescue and rabbit supply house run by the same owners of Tranquility Trail Animal Sanctuary.

Michelle Malkin is doing the hard, rough-and-tumble, fearless investigative work on the Obama adminsitration that one would (and should) normally expect the mainstream press to do. Of course, they gave up all pretense of journalistic integrity a long time ago by firmly affixing their Botox-bloated lips to Barack’s backside, so it’s left to bloggers like Michelle and Ed and Allahpundit at Hot Air to do their dirty work. Michelle is no slouch – she’s afraid of no one, and, oh, BTW, her latest book, “Culture of Corruption: Obama and His Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks, and Cronies”, is #1 on the New York Times’ best-seller list two week’s running.

BTW, if you’re a regular visitor to this site and would like to recommend any good sites that others might like to frequent, I’ll be happy to consider them for my Blogroll.

Also, coming very soon to this location, by popular demand: the “Bunny Cam”, where you’ll be able to check out the goings on of Ginger and Geronimo (the former “Louise & Clark”), and She’s A Little Half-Pint 24/7. I know my dad will be a regular visitor.

I know, I know, everyone’s been asking, “when will we see the new Goodboys champions displayed prominently on the website. I’ve been quite derelict in my duties in this regard, I promise to get this taken care of over the weekend.

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August 12, 2009

1. Vive la revolucion!?>

2. Quote: “We have just four months. Four months to secure the future of our planet.” Question: Does this mean that after December we won’t hear any more from these idiots? After all, by then it will be too late to save anything, right?

3. Isn’t it amazing to hear Red Sox color commentator Jerry Remy speak so honestly and poignantly about his battle with depression following his post-cancer surgery complications? I hope by doing so others might realize their own battles with depression are nothing to be ashamed about or hide from others.

4. Is there anyone else out there who’s suspicious about the true motive behind the painting of that swastika sign outside a Georgia congressman’s office? This couldn’t possibly have been the work of some “well meaning” supporter of the congressman and/or Obama’s healthcare agenda, could it? Nooooooooo.

5. Does this mean there’ll be one made available to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi? She’s obviously in need of one.

6. I wonder what they’re saying about this in hoops-crazy Kentucky?

7. Hard to believe, isn’t it, that it’s been forty – 4-0 – years since The Beatles released their final album, “Abbey Road”. The music still sounds fresh today. To me, it ranks behind only “Revolver” as their finest work.

8. Could it be that Sarah Palin has found her true voice as “truth speaker” to the bleak realities contained in the Democrats’ health care reform legislation?

9. Perhaps this is the year Josh Beckett finally wins a Cy Young?

10. Quote: “Global warming creates volatility. I feel it when I’m flying. The storms are more volatile. We are paying the price in more hurricanes and tornadoes.” Question: How on earth does someone this stupid become a United States senator?

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August 11, 2009

Actually, not just mine, but Chuck Norris‘ as well. I kid you not – read below!

So, protesting the Democrats’ initiative to reform the nation’s healthcare system is now “unAmerican”. Y’know, I used to think House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was as dumb as a bag of doorknobs, but now I know that’s just being insulting – insulting, that is, to a bag of doorknobs.

Maybe the way Sarah Palin put it was crude and perhaps a little over the top, but to a government bureaucrat one’s plan that includes mandatory “end of life planning” for seniors is another’s “death panel”. Fine. But if you don’t think having the government in charge of the nation’s health care system isn’t going to lead to rationing at both ends of the life spectrum, you’re smokin’ something you shouldn’t be.

To me, it still comes down to this: if the Democrats were so very concerned about the “47 million” (which are really only about 14 million, BTW) who don’t have health insurance, why not just bail them out like they’ve done to GM? Call it “Cash For Coverage”. It would certainly be a helluva lot cheaper than a radical, full-system overhaul, right?

You know why? Because that’s not what this is all about, never has been. This is, pure and simple, nothing but the ultimate government power grab scheme to force private healthcare providers and insurers out of business and everyone into a single-payor plan that the government would then run. And by doing so, they now have what they’ve always wanted – control over every freakin’ aspect of your life.

Think about it: once the government controls the purse strings of everyone’s healthcare, they can legislate virtually anything in the name of reducing healthcare costs. The government can dictate what you eat, what you drive, what you do for a living, how many children you can have, how you raise your children – take it, Chuck:

Dirty secret No. 1 in Obamacare is about the government’s coming into homes and usurping parental rights over child care and development.

It’s outlined in sections 440 and 1904 of the House bill (Page 838), under the heading “home visitation programs for families with young children and families expecting children.” The programs (provided via grants to states) would educate parents on child behavior and parenting skills.

The bill says that the government agents, “well-trained and competent staff,” would “provide parents with knowledge of age-appropriate child development in cognitive, language, social, emotional, and motor domains … modeling, consulting, and coaching on parenting practices,” and “skills to interact with their child to enhance age-appropriate development.”

Are you kidding me?! With whose parental principles and values? Their own? Certain experts’? From what field and theory of childhood development? As if there are one-size-fits-all parenting techniques! Do we really believe they would contextualize and personalize every form of parenting in their education, or would they merely universally indoctrinate with their own?

Are we to assume the state’s mediators would understand every parent’s social or religious core values on parenting? Or would they teach some secular-progressive and religiously neutered version of parental values and wisdom? And if they were to consult and coach those who expect babies, would they ever decide circumstances to be not beneficial for the children and encourage abortions?

…how long you can live, and yes, who lives and who dies – all decisions will be made solely on the basis of controlling healthcare costs. Because that’s how the damned government thinks – they don’t give a shit about you and me. And all know how good a job this government is doing at controlling costs, right?

What President Obama and the Democrats are doing here is not just fiscal insanity given their already out-of-control spending, inherently dishonest, and incredibly cynical, it is, pure and simple, fascism. Don’t believe me? Look the term up – I’m not just tossing around fancy words for my own benefit.

In this way, Sarah Palin is spot on: what President Obama and the Democrats are proposing is not just destructive to this nation’s long-term fiscal health and social welfare, but, in their seeking to destroy the very foundations underlying our most basic freedoms through the institution of a government program that will, by its very design, dictate every aspect of people’s lives, it is evil.

And it must be stopped. At any and all cost.

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