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A Letter to the President

May 19, 2011

Readers of are informed and knowledgeable fans. Here is a letter from one of them which I would like to share with you.

Bob Grant

Straight Ahead!

Dear Bob,

Good Morning Mr. President, important speech you are giving today. I’ll have to withhold judgment until you deliver it for the most part. But, you know me and my passion for being outspoken. I’ve wanted to talk about our being Brazil’s best customer for oil. No one authorized you to throw $2 billion at Brazil to help out George Soros. Can you please get that money back?

My fantasy television network: “The Soros-Free Network.” Because of him I have to see the light-in-the-loafers commentators on MSNBC trash Arnold Schwarzenegger. The whole mess is probably about Arnold’s girlie man comments of a few years back. And no one likes my government’s repressive lavender mafia more than George Soros. But unlike the Chicago politicians, at least Arnold cheated with a woman and not a man.

I have some requirements for the Middle East. Don’t give a dime to the Muslim Brotherhood, not a dime to the Caliphate crowd, not a dime to jihadists. And I never said to send tax dollars to anyone. I’ve implored the private sector to light the way with emerging market healthy capitalism. Also, those who slit infants’ throats do not get their own country.

I’m so tired of your inability to axe the superfluous useless bureaucracies. In other words, when are you planning to cut some spending? And we will have no gasoline price relief until Secretary of Energy Steven Chu is fired. He’s the dope who always wanted us to pay European prices for gasoline. How many times do I have to say that we ain’t Europe?

Any Senator foolish enough to support the healthcare bill, raise your hand, or wave your hand, or waiver your hand. Nancy Pelosi needs to find a bottle of Pinot Grigio and a nice yacht somewhere and retire for good. There were the friends of Angelo during the mortgage Chris Dodd scandal. Now we’ve got healthcare waiver recipient friends of Nancy’s. Going back to that Brazil thing — a special thanks does go to Newt Gingrich for bringing that up, as well as for not taking the race card b******t from the atrocious David Gregory.

If anyone wants to know how good so-called disenfranchised groups are at playing the race card, I refer you to the book, “Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld That’s Conspiring to Islamize America” which is still available until legal scholar Cass Sunstein yanks it out of circulation (published by WND Books). In that book, we see how the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) encourages the race card lie to be used when it suits the best interests of radical or extremist socialist Islam. And how many times do I have to mention that I saw a woman who lost a loved one during 9/11 on television talking about the connection of CAIR to the Muslim Brotherhood, to Hamas, to the Holy Land Foundation, and to the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA)? Mr. President, it is an outrage that Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett still has a job since she spoke to the ISNA. How insulting can my country get to the suffering of my fellow Americans who lost the people they love on 9/11?

When David Gregory implies that it is black people who are the likely recipients of food stamps, he disgraces them beyond words. He’s the racist, not Newt. And yet again, in view of Eric Holder’s comments on race, I feel the need to speak out.

I watched the first lady’s speech in Iowa a few days ago. I was moved by the fact that she had been to Iowa years ago, perhaps when you were a Senator, and she was so grateful that the people there had been nice to her. This makes me sad. Everyone should be nice to her. Maybe I haven’t been that nice to her in my letters. But I must speak out when I see the taxpayer-funded broccoli stalk school repression thing. She must have packed some great lunches for Sasha and Malia in her day. Would she want that Chicago principal telling the girls they can’t eat what their mom packed for them?

In 2007 or so, when the first lady said she wasn’t proud of her country prior to your nomination, can’t we at least examine the hurt she must have felt at one time? I’m 59 and white and I have a few black acquaintances, but no black close friends. My nephew in Tallahassee, though, is 30 years old, and his best friend is a black man named Richard. They’ve been best friends since grammar school. Doesn’t Martin Luther King smile down from heaven when he sees this? Isn’t that what MLK wanted, just about more than anything? That content of character quote from him, doesn’t that say it all?

That’s one of the reasons I repeat myself ad nauseam about entrepreneurship. A black kid, or a white kid for that matter, who works at McDonalds can learn about customer service, about how to increase sales, how to make a customer feel welcome and want to return, about inventory and maintenance, and a lot more valuable business sense that enables him to open up his own consulting business, restaurant, or entrepreneurship academy. Or, he can just coast through his Mickey D job and cash his paycheck.

It’s about a value system, that magical thing known as a work ethic, often taught so beautifully in black Christian churches. The temptation to take drugs is horrifying, but a youth strong in values won’t fall for the trap that leads to prison. Whatever happened to those television commercials that rightfully equated drugs to the new slavery?

Yet McDonald’s gets excoriated by the San Francisco uber-liberals who try to dictate what’s put in a Happy Meal. This is the same b.s. repression that has no place in a society where parents should have the right to choose what their children eat. This is how a free market works. And a market is people free to choose, free to spend where they see fit.

Back to Newt. He shouldn’t yell at FOX’s Greta Van Susteren because she asked about some jewelry bill at Tiffany’s. Women don’t like it when men yell at them, and they don’t want to see Newt yelling at Greta either. So, in view of that, since I adore the movie,“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and I adore the signature song from the movie, “Moon River,” I have for you yet another song parody with my own creative lyrics:

Newt Gingrich: You’ll lose by a mile because you lack some style but hey

Paul Ryan’s a dreammaker, a heartbreaker, wherever he’s going I’m going that way

Many Republicans off to win twenty twelve, there’s such a lot of issues to delve . . .

We’re after the same rainbow’s end, waiting round the bend, Mike Huckabee’s our friend, Newt Gingrich — without me.

God’s blessing on our troops,

Maureen Crowley

Straight Ahead!


That slams the lid onthings for today

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