Deceit and Lies About Deceit

Some time ago, Rep. Shiff lied by saying he had positive proof of collusion between President Trump and the Russians.  Now we know better.  If he had the proof, as much as he hates Pres. Trump, he would have produced it.  Instead, he says nothing more about it and hopes we will forget about it.

Then, a short while ago, he attempts to make us believe a supposed conversation President Trump had with the president of Ukraine.  It might be laughable but for two things.  First, there are millions of people that believed his deceit and continue to believe him to this day.  After all, he never made an apology and there are those that continue to quote the lier rather the real wors of the president.  Intentionally, he and his conspirators permit the deceit to live on.

Second, The Speaker of the House endorsed the lie.  Staightfaced, she said it was the truth.  (It wasn’t even a believable lie.)

Finally, Rep. Shiff lied about having talked to the so-called wistleblower.  This prompted four Panochios from even the liberal media.

Were there any corrections issued by Shiff or Pelosi?  Were there any apologies from either of them or any of those in the media who were in cahoots with them.

Then what did Shiff, the lier say when he was confronted?  He tells another lie, of course.  What else would you expect?

It is why I call them dummycrats.  It would seem they don’t know how to tell the truth, not even when they are confronted.


I noticed a number of folks poking fun at Obama for buying a huge house near the ocean.  They say if he really believed the ocean level was going to rise, the property would soon be under water.  Actually, that’s not true.

The problem can be fixed by a seawall and a good boat.  To be safe from the grater storms caused by climate change, it would likely have to be at least eight feet high.  To be on the safe side, maybe it should be twelve feet.  He would want to make sure he had a good pump and electric generator as it is possible that some water might spill over even a sixteen-foot wall.  Moreover, there would certainly be some seepage under the wall.

All the roads going to and from the home would be underwater.  So, a boat would be needed to go to and from the land.  To be sure, it would have to be able to go a hundred or so miles.

Alternately, he could build a heliport and use a helicopter.  The hitch with that idea is that the vehicle would have to be well protected.  Even now, that part of the country is suseptable to storms.

Truth be told, if the dummycrats really believe that the ocean levels are going to rise, they might want to start building seawalls all along the coast.  Also true of rivers would need seawalls near the ocean.

By the way, this would likely mean building a seawall many miles along the Rio Grande river.  Ultimately, the ocean might divide that part of Mexico from the US.  I might be wrong, but the dummycrats wouldn’t like that.

Definition of a Milli-second

Some time ago, I had a laugh when I heard a definition for the millisecond as the time between when the traficlight turns green and the when the person in the car behind you honks his horn.  I suppose this is still true but we need to add another entry that just might be a little more accurate.  I have observed that it is now about the time between when someone goes on a shooting rampage and the time the dummycrats call for gun laws. (You might notice I waited a while before I wrote anything on the subject.  I actually have some respect for the survivors of those who were killed and those who were wounded.)

I find this very disrectful.  Then again, why should I expect the dummycrats to be respectful. That would require some intellegence.

It is just another reason I call them dummycrats.  None of the laws they suggest would have stopped any of the shootings.  I might add that one man in California killed two men with a knife.  Moreover, he took a gun from one of those he stabbed.  No gun law would have stopped those killings.  Moreover, had he not been stopped, he could have used the stolen gun to kill many more.

By the way, lest anyone forget, one of the most successful mass killers in this country used a truck full of fertilizer.  Two terrorists used pressure cookers and likely leaned the method on the web.

When I was in the Marines, I carried an M16 rifle, the military version of the AR15.  I suppose you might call the M16 an assault weapon, but it is capable of both semi and fully automatic.  An AR15 is not an assault rifle.  It only looks like one.  It is strictly semi-automatic.  There are many other rifles that fire semi-automatic.

The truth of the matter is, all known; the dummycrats simply want to rid the country of guns.  They don’t like the second amendment.  Actually, they don’t much like any of The Constitution.  It is why they keep trying to alter it or ignore it.  Oddly, they even use it to destroy it.  The truth is socialism is not compatible with The Constitution.  It is why the dummycrats keep trying to do away with it.

Let’s take the example of the First Amendment.  This is where you can say what you want, as long as it doesn’t interfere with their ideas.

Now I have one more definition for you: Racist.  This is when someone does or says something the dummycrats (specifically the squad) don’t like.  The label is applied automatically, sort of, like when a knee jerks when a doctor applies his little mallet to it.  By the way, using the term requires about the same amount of intelligence as the doctor’s mallet.  About the same intelligence of the dummycrat.

Formula-E Racing Cars

I guess, possibly, someone read my post about racing of electric cars.  They call the cars Formula-E (as apposed to Formula-1, etc).  It is somewhat limited though.  They only have a range of a little over a hundred miles.  There is no allowance for recharging the batteries during the race.  Clearly, it would take too long.  I have no idea how many will watch it, but I still wonder about the lack of noise.  I mean, that’s sort of why some people go to the races.

Nonetheless, it appears that the electric cars are making into the world of auto racing.

On another front, I checked with my car insurance agent to see if there are any special consideration for electric cars.  Apparently, there aren’t any, but the agent wasn’t really sure.  Of the hundreds of customers he has, none have electric cars.  Maybe that says something about them.

Removing All Doubt

Again the old saying is proven true.  Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez opened her mouth and proved herself beyond all doubt that she is really dumb.  Not only is Nancy Pelosi not a racist, but she has used the label on others likely before AOC was old enough to realize it.  It goes to prove that she completely deserves the label of dummycrat.

To be sure, I am somewhat glad that AOC called Pelosi a racist.  It will give Pelosi firsthand knowledge of what it is like to be wrongfully plastered with the label.  Maybe Nancy will be a little more careful about improperly using the label.  However, I’m not holding out much hope on that.  According to the woman, all Republicans deserve the label, especially when they are African-American.

Electric VW Van?

I noticed the advertisement for the new VW van.  It looks pretty impressive.  I tried to get some info on it.  I just might try to buy one, as long as the price isn’t too high.  The problem is that I don’t know how expensive it will be.

I had one of the old vans.  My wife and I really liked it.  Unfortunately,  I could not afford to rebuild the engine every other year.  Also, the heater left a lot to be desired.  Even in southern California weather, the heater was very deficient.  it was worse when I went up to Big Bear Lake where we about froze.

I must admit, though, it handled the snow very well.  I drove through 8 and 9-inch snow with ease.  I was a little scared that we would get stuck, but the van just kept right on going.

Also, I must put a good word in for the dealership in Alburqurque.  While traveling, we drove into the dealership at 4:45 PM with a bad coil and left at 5:30 with a good one.  Never figured on that.  And, by the way, the price was reasonable too.

If I had one more complaint, there was no A/C.  If there was, I suspect the engine would have carried the load.  Push come to shove, the one fault the vehicle had was an undersized engine.

I knew a guy that put a Porche engine in one.  The engine hung out the back, but he said he had no lack for power.  Still, I imagine keeping the cabin warm was difficult.

I have often wondered why VW never really attacked the power/heat problem.  I don’t know.  maybe this one will.

At any rate, when they release the electric version, I will take a serious look at it, especially if they can keep the price around 30 K.  If they can come up with some solutions for battery charging problems, I will definately take a serious look.  If the dumb politicians keep talking of increasing the gas taxes, the sales contract is as good as signed.