Who is more Christian the GOP or Dems?

Politics in this country are as polarized as ever.  People are unfriending each other on Facebook, because of political posts that are pissing each other off.  This I don’t understand. I view politics just like any other hobby.  I don’t unfriend people, because of their crafting hobbies.  Suzie is posting 50 things to do with pipe cleaners AGAIN I think I’m going to have to unfriend her.

I think with all of my armchair political analysis I have drilled it down to why our nation is so polarized and hostile these days.  Steve Fitzgerald, a KS State Senate candidate summed it up perfectly,  “The contention that I said that one cannot be Catholic or Christian and a Democrat is not an unreasonable summation of what I actually said,” Fitzgerald said. “My actual message was fix the party or leave.”

And there you have it my friends.  Judgement that used to only be reserved for God is now a full contact sport for some politicians.  Vote and believe like me and go to heaven.  Don’t and go burn in hell.  You can’t get much more politically polarizing than that.  It goes much deeper than unfriending on Facebook.

Take for example the campaign for US Senate in Missouri.  I just heard yesterday that the Duggars are campaigning for Todd Akin.  Think about that for a moment.  Are the Duggars known for their massive knowledge about public policy?  No.  Are they known for their sophisticated  understanding about government?  Nope again.  The Duggars are known for their radical practice of Christianity and expertise at home hair permanent waves.  The last time I watched an episode of the Duggars it went like this:

The Duggars decided to doggie sit.  The Duggarettes thought it would be super fun to feed the doggie cheese.  Doggie gobbled up cheese and crapped all over the floor.  Mommie Duggar said no-no to baby Duggars.  The end.

With that we have the official endorsement of Congressman Akin for Senator of Missouri.  Based on?  Help me here… Based on nothing more than their faith.  You mean Todd Akin couldn’t have said to Jim Bob, “Thanks man, you keep cleaning up those rental properties with help from your own child labor, I’ve got this thing.”

You might be thinking to yourself, “What does a Jewish girl know about Christianity?”  Well, turns out, I went to a Southern Baptist College.  I did my share of reading the Bible.  Other than kicking ass at the New Testament category on Jeopardy, it gave me a general understanding and appreciation for Christianity.  Here is what I know.  One party cannot claim a religion.  Christianity is complex and very personal.  If one party can claim it, because of their views on abortion, the other party can claim it because of their views on helping the poor in our country.  I don’t think Jesus would have suggested the poor in this country pull themselves up by their boot straps.

I’ve always found it perplexing when a candidate says that God told him/her that he/she should run for office.  If they don’t win what is the message from God – you’re a loser?

Let’s take an example from our Founding Father’s and Separate Church and State.  Don’t unfriend me on Facebook, because of my political views and I won’t unfriend you because you love scrap booking.  One political party isn’t going to heaven and the other party isn’t going to hell.  This is not all good vs. all bad.  Tone down the hatred and the absolutes that is something that is definitely not religious.  Let people define themselves and their faith.

Now excuse me while I gather my arsenal so I can declare my war on Christmas.  It’s coming up on the season.

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Where are we in the 8 stages of Obama’s change?

There are eight stages of behavior change.  Let’s say we go to our doctor and we are obese as many Americans are.  Our doc says, “stop eating so many bloomin’ onions.”  Here is how the 8 stages of change model works for not eating all you can eat Chinese food lunch buffets.

Precontemplation:  I love me some all-you-can eat crab rangoons!

Contemplative:  I know crab rangoons are bad for me, but I gotta have some rangoons!

Preparation:  I’ll keep eating crab rangoons in September, but in October, no more crab rangoons!

Action:  Only carrot sticks from now on.  So long crab rangoons!

Maintenance:   Boy these carrot sticks are great!  I can’t believe I ever ate crab rangoon.

The last  election Obama dazzled us with a message of Change and Hope.  We wanted both.  We needed both.  We were hungry for both.  He served it up on a super-sized, strip mall of Chinese, all-you-can-eat lunch buffet and Americans helped ourselves to massive portions of yummy goodness with a side of duck sauce.

Stages of Change Model

When we elected Obama four years ago, we were in action mode!  Give me HOPE!  Give me CHANGE!  I gotta have it.  I’m ready!  We had eight years of the Bush administration to contemplate for change.

After four years of the Obama administration, the question everyone is asking is “Are you better off now than you were four years ago?”

If yes, vote Obama.

If no, vote Romney.

Is it really that easy?  How do I answer that question?  Where am I in my stages of change?  Like this model of behavior change, when I once was ready for action, maybe I relapsed along the way to preparation?  Isn’t that what do as a country?  I do it so frequently in my life, on my diet, on my exercise plan.  Why wouldn’t I do it with my politics?

During election time we may have voted a Democratic President into the White House, but so many seats in the House of Representatives are still filled by Republicans.  Doesn’t that means we switched as a country back to the Contemplative Stage?  Did we relapse in our change model from Action to Contemplation?  Did we lose hope along the way? We are impatient.  Maybe we didn’t feel like we were progressing fast enough.  The desire for progress was too great and the rate was too slow.  How easy we forget why we needed change in the first place.

How can we hold Obama responsible for inaction when we are the ones who relapsed in our behavior by having a Republican controlled House meaning so little would actually get done?  Aren’t we responsible for our own stagnation?

Maybe looking at these 8 stages of change, we can not only understand why so many diets fail, but also why so much of our political system fails.  Suddenly I have a craving for crab rangoon with a side of change.  I have a feeling I’m going to get a huge serving of it tonight!

 

Unofficial Breakout Sessions for the RNC

It turns out there have been a list of breakout sessions added to the Republican National Convention.  Even though the convention is packed full with such hot names like Mike Huckabee, Jeb Bush and Chris Christie.  If you have time to pull yourself away from the main stage, you may want to check out these breakout sessions.

1A  9:30 – 10:00 a.m.

Topic:  Signs from God

Speaker:  God

Summary

Are you overwhelmed from so many signs from God that it is hard to tell what is and what isn’t a sign from God these days?  We will use Todd Akin as our prime example.  His sign from God is he stays in the race.  Everyone hating his comments is a sign he should go.  Which is it?  God will tell us himself.  The suspense is killing us!  Come to this half an hour session on how to tell when you are really getting a message from the big guy upstairs and when it’s just nothing.  Use this as a sign and come to this session.

 

2A  9:00-10:00 a.m.

Topic: Campaign commercials

Speaker:  Kirk Cameron

Summary

Can’t seem to film the campaign commercial that sticks with your voters?  Need help coming across more ?authentic” in your TV commercials?  Film and television veteran Kirk Cameron will join us and help you with:

  • Leaning against a farm fence with one knee up.
  • Sitting down to a family picnic under an oak tree.
  • Gathering the grandchildren up on your lap as you read them a book.
  • Putting your arm around your wife for the last camera pose.
  • How to say, “I’m (insert name) and I approve this message.”

You will have people believing in no time that you are really farming the land every day and that your life in Washington is something you can only tolerate until you can be back out there on your acreage plowing the God-given land on your John Deer.

3A  9:30-10:00 a.m.

Topic:  Walking on water

Speaker:  Kevin Yoder

Summary

Come out poolside and see if you really are a gift from God.  Join Congressman Kevin Yoder as you strip down to what God originally gave you and see if you can walk on water.  Those who can’t prepare to get a little wet.  Bring a towel.  No cameras please.

Afternoon Sessions

1B  1:00-2:00 p.m.

Topic: Balancing the Budget Extreme Couponing Style

Speaker:  The Extreme Coupon Ladies

Summary

Come see the ladies from Extreme Couponing and find out how they manage their household on cat food, Hot Pockets and tissues.  Take the lessons they have learned and apply them to your state and federal programs.  Every lawmaker will receive a 3-ring binder, laminated sheets and a calculator!

 

2B  1:30-2:00 p.m.

Topic:  Christianity:  American Jews and Muslims really are just Christians

Summary

In order for prayer to be accepted in all areas of our government, we need to start by accepted that Jesus Christ is God.  Jews and Muslims believe in God, therefore, everyone is really Christian!  Join us as we explore this further and understand that inside we really are all the same, meaning we really are all Christian.  Trust us when we say it makes total sense to us!

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Founding Fathers Party

Get your party on!  Since we reference the Founding Fathers so much in justifying what we do, come dressed as your favorite one.  (I know we all look like John Adams, but everyone can’t all come dressed like him.  Mix it up people!)

 

 

 

Another shooting and I’m mad as hell

Another shooting today. This time near Texas A&M. The facts are sketchy right now, but it seems is a guy was being served an eviction noticed and opened fire killing a police officer and some other people. The person who opened fire also died in the “gun battle”. Not my words, “gun battle”, but the words they are using to describe what happened.

How desensitized am I to this gun violence? When I heard there was a shooting and five people may have been shot, I actually said to myself “only five?” ONLY FIVE?! What the hell is wrong with me? What the hell is wrong with our society? If it’s one, it’s too many people.

Still nobody wants to talk about gun control. Well guess what? I am going to talk about gun control. I may not be a politician who can do much about it, but I can tell you (the few who actually read this) that I am mad as hell. This is a discussion about legal and illegal guns. What good is the 2nd amendment if you aren’t alive to enjoy it? How many people, like me, are wondering if they are going to be the next victim of a mass shooting? It’s only a matter of time. Sitting by and doing nothing guarantees that it will happen again.

We all know why the politicians aren’t having the gun control discussion, because it’s political suicide. Well politicians, not having the debate seems to leave the shooter as the only one who really commits suicide these days. There are voters out there, like me, who are tired of this same tragic story on a different day. We have the power as a society to do something about it. Until this point, we have done so little.

For the illegal guns, i think we shoulf bring in the military power the likes of which was used when we invaded Iraq. Get our military on American soil, find illegal guns and confiscate them. Keeping our citizens alive should be priority number one. If that means we have to use the military might that we usually reserve for our foreign enemies to keep our citizens alive, then so be it. If we can find Osama bin Laden, we can find and confiscate all of these illegal guns that are killing our citizens. The argument always is we can’t have gun control, because then the only guns will be left in the hands of the criminals. Not with the military on our side finding and confiscating all of the illegal guns.

Once our military steps in and we have a national effort to confiscate illegal guns, time to start enacting some gun control laws with teeth in it. First to go, all of the guns that are used in these mass shootings. You want a gun? Fine, a shotgun it is. You still have your right to bear arms and go hunting if you need to, but you no longer have the right to take out an entire movie theater of people in a matter of seconds.

Finally, let’s get the experts in education and psychology involved. Why are we so pissed off in this society? Let’s start some national programs to get our citizens to chill out. GOP is going to start yelling this is socialism. Get over it. Our citizens are dying. We need PSA’s about gun control and gun violence. Government, you need to buy air time and run these PSAs. Let’s start some serious dialogues in this society to find out why we are so angry we want to kill each other all the time. Maybe it’s better access to mental health? If payment for mental health services is found to be the problem then no payment for mental health services. That could be an option. You need mental health help, you got it and we, the federal government, will cover it. No cost and no questions. Get the help you need so all of our citizens can be safe. Everything is on the table at this point until we gain control over this problem.

I refuse to stand back and read another story about our citizens losing their lives and say nothing. No, the gun lobby hasn’t won, we haven’t even really stood up as a society and demanded more. Every life counts. One person shot dead is too many. Black or white, Sikh or Christian, every one of our citizens matter. We have a “can-do” spirit in America. How about if we use that same spirit to really do something about gun violence. The gun lobby may have the money, but we still have voices. Let’s be the voices of those who can no longer speak and say something! Politicians protect American lives. It should be priority number one. We all have a right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Let’s stop focusing on the happiness part and refocus on the right to life part. Without our lives what difference does it make if we have jobs, healthcare or housing? Please do something before I have to read another story about another person shooting up more American people.

Maybe I’m the only one who feels this way, If so, thanks for your time. I appreciate you reading this.

Aimee

Confessions of a tax payer money waster

I have a confession to make.  Night after night it seems there is a story about some government, local or federal, agency that is accused of wasting tax payer money.  Each story features a government agency and how they spent money on (gift cards, trips, restaurants, hotels, etc.)  The report is trying to get the general public to feel outrage that the government is spending our tax-payer dollars on such extravagant and unnecessary items.  These stories just continue to fuel the fire about excessive government waste and spending and I don’t think it’s all black and white.

So my confession is that I used government money to have a cake made that looked like a birth-control pill pack.  That’s right, a birth-control pill pack cake.  See picture.  It was years ago and I was working for a government grantee at the time.  We were tasked with holding a training conference for family planning clinicians from all over the country. They work for little money and crazy hours.  Their work is rarely rewarded.  Trust me, public health clinicians are in it for the love of their patients, not the glory of the cash.

I was in charge of the reception and I found a bakery who created a birth-control pill pack cake.  It took a lot of  interesting explaining on the phone, but I made it happen. Calm down-it wasn’t expensive. I followed the federal procurement rules of bidding the job out.  I’ll tell you the joy I that witnessed on these hard working government workers faces was amazing and worth every dime of my awkward explaining to get the cake made.

In every one of the reports I’ve seen about government waste, nobody ever stands up and says that sometimes rewarding employees (federal and private sector) for a good job is a positive thing.  Government employees aren’t part of some forced Chinese labor camp.  They deserve rewards like private sector employees do.

Good employee moral is a great thing for improved productivity.  Government employees deserve incentives and recognition like everyone else.  Now I’m not saying that we should go crazy and every day be a team building exercise at a 4-star spa.  I’m just saying reporters, lay off a little and general public, relax.  This country, and especially our government, is depressing enough as it is.  If some government employees want to go have a day team-building exercise somewhere fun or get a gift card at an office party, chill out about it.  We seem to forget that these things also help the local economy when the government group purchases the gift card at a local business.

The general public’s rallying cry seems to be that they want the federal government to operate more like a private business.  If that’s the case, private business spends an enormous amount of money providing incentives for their employees.  I worked for a large corporation, granted it was the 90s when times were good, and the amount of money that was spent keeping us happy was obscene.  Those days are long gone for everyone in both the private and public sector, but occasional team-building exercises and gift cards aren’t a “scandal”.  

I’m not working at the place where we put on the training anymore. Like I said, it was years ago.   I understand there is another conference this year.  Because of all of the outrage over government spending, I heard this conference will not have any food provided for the attendees, no promotional items and of course, no birth-control pill pack cake.  Let’s not forget that without these things, the hotel’s billing will be way down, the promotional item company doesn’t get any business and the government employees don’t get any perks to help energize them when they go back to doing their low-paying jobs.  

I think with all of these stories there is a happy medium.  Nobody wants excessive government wasteful spending, but there is need for some things that may seem “frilly” to some people.  If they keep our government employees happy and if they are within reason I don’t think there is anything wrong with it.  There are many bigger ways to cut government spending without sucking the air out of employee incentives and recognition.  Maybe going for the bigger fish like defense spending, our space program and government redundancy is a better way to go looking for the big story on government waste.  I’m sure if there was a little digging into those big areas, lots of tax-payer money can be saved.

For now, let them eat cake…oh wait…no don’t let them eat cake.  That’s wasteful government spending.  Now, they will eat nothing and like it.

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An invitation to moderate Republicans in KS

Dear KS Moderate Republicans:

I am writing to extend an invitation to you. I understand that the political climate in Kansas is so tense that there is fighting among fellow Republicans. The Christian Conservative Republicans are treating you like Cinderella’s ugly stepsisters. If you aren’t on board with their Christian Conservative agenda, they are working hard to squeeze you out.

No need to continue to play in that sandbox where you aren’t wanted. We have a new designation for you in KS – Conservative Democrats. That’s right – you heard it here first.

What is a Conservative Democrat?

A Conservative Democrat is someone who is also against excessive taxes. We love our money just like the Republicans. We work hard and want to keep as much as we earn as well. The difference is we believe in social programs. We want social programs run as efficiently as possible and we are against government waste. No excessive government spending with the Conservative Democrats. Just smart spending to help people get back on their feet, offer job training, health care and other things to help those less fortunate.

There are just a few things you will have to get used to if you are going to become a Conservative Democrat. We like art. We think art is very important in Kansas. We also like education. We want to make sure school funding is available to provide for the best possible public school education for all Kansas children.

So if you are for money, art and education – Conservative Democrats are the party for you!

I made a joke today that when I went to vote for the Democrats in the primary, all that was there was a picture of a cricket. Let’s stop this one-party favoritism in Kansas.

This new designation will also allow Kansas Democrats (and there are a few of us) to vote in the primaries and actually have some choices. It will be a richer political landscape in Kansas with a a more vibrant two-party system.

Come on over moderate Republicans – you are always welcome. This is an open invitation without an expiration date. Let’s show the nation we aren’t a Jerry Springer episode full of incestuous political fighting.

Thanks for your consideration. We will be waiting.
Sincerely,
Aimee

Chick-fil-A appreciation day, a historical event

In case you were living under a rock yesterday, it was Chick-fil-A appreciation day. Facebook and twitter were flooded yesterday with images of people crammed into local Chick-fil-A stores to show their support for their president, Dan Cathy, support of “traditional marriage”.

Now I think there are two things that are obvious:

1. Chick-fil-A has a right to take a stand for or against whatever they want.

2. People have a right to either support it or not. That’s the beauty of a free market society. It’s all pretty simple. If you agree eat there. If you don’t agree don’t eat there.

Gay marriage will become legal and accepted by this society. As a society, we have evolved and we will continue to evolve to a point where hetero and homosexual people can marry. Things are already headed that direction and if a chicken restaurant wants to stick to their guns and not evolve with the rest of society, go for it, but this train has already left the station.

I think the most fascinating part of this whole debate are the people who had their picture taken yesterday in the restaurants. As a history major, I studied the civil rights movement in the 50s and 60s. The big mystery to me in all the pictures of the desegregation of southern schools was not the courageous people who actually desegregated the schools, but in the crowds standing behind the students yelling against desegregation.

Who were the people yelling at the African American students? How did it make them feel that they were always going to be remembered in history as the people screaming at the African American students? Back in the day, segregation was also justified by the Bible. Do those people now enshrined in history have any regrets now that segregation is something that makes people reel in horror?

I hope you see where I am going with this. The people who supported Chick-fil-A yesterday and allowed themselves to have their pictures taken and plastered all over social media will also be part of history. As our society continues to progress and homosexual marriage becomes legal and accepted, how will those people feel? Will they have any regrets? Do the whites yelling behind the African American who were desegregating schools have any regrets now that those pictures plaster the walls of civil rights museums across this country? I tried to research and see if any of the white bigots had any regrets and I couldn’t find anything.

I guess only time will tell how this plays out. I think the sad statement is that I know some of the people who took part in the Chick-fil-A appreciation day. I guess as time passes, I’ll be able to ask them how it made them feel to be part of history. The ugly part of history.

 

The Day After

Some might think I am talking about the day after the historic Supreme Court decision on health care reform, but I’m actually talking about the season final of Real Housewives of Orange County. No..just kidding.  That will be my next blog post for all you Bravo fans out there like me.

I have post, shock, surprise, happiness hangover today after the Supreme Court decision yesterday to uphold almost all of Obamacare.  I totally admit that I was ready to write about my anger, frustration, disappointment when I expected the decision to come out that they were going to defeat Obamacare.  Let’s face it, most state, local, national legislation and elections don’t generally come out on my liberal side.  I am from Kansas…have you noticed who my governor is.  But I’ll be damned, we finally won one.

I haven’t combed through the analysis for all of the pros and cons being thrown out there from both sides.  I did hear a headline this morning already that the GOP was already working on legislation for how they can enact legislation to overturn to the ruling.  I want to make this clear to both sides (let me live in my fantasy world that everybody, including President Obama, VP Biden, Nancy Pelosi, Romney and all of the GOP, reads my blog) just stop and accept the ruling.

As much as the GOP believes the founding fathers wanted us to pray in school, have a Christian based society, carry our guns in our purses to the grocery store and bury our money in the backyard, I believe they wanted us to respect the system of government that they invented.

The American people elect our legislatures.  The legislatures write laws that represent what the people want.  The President signs or vetos the law.  If the law is questionable, there is a right to challenge the law in our courts all the way to the Supreme Court.  If they rule that it is Constitutional, the law stands.

Here’s the deal Dems and Reps, if you don’t want to have “politics as usual” in Washington, don’t waste our time trying to figure out ways to repeal this ruling by the Supreme Court.  I hate conceal and carry legislation, but I don’t want my politician spending hours upon hours trying to find a way to repeal conceal and carry if the people voted for conceal and carry.

No more politics as usual.  Accept that sometimes we win and sometimes we lose.  I had to do a lot of that during the Bush Administration.  Our great system is a checks and balances type of system for a reason.  That is why our founding fathers were so great.  Not because they wanted us all to pray in school or arm our muskets.  I foresee a lot of problems with Obamacare that will have to be worked out.  I don’t love the legislation.  In fact that I read there is a bunch of money for abstinence based education tagged on in the legislation.  Seriously!?  Talk about government waste.  Don’t get me started…

 

Kinzer, I know you’re giving JC a high five, but take a sec and read this

Kansas made the national news yet again this week. Was it for our amazing ability to be innovative and create new jobs? No. Was it because we are tops in the nation at providing a 1st class education to all of KS children? No again. Could it be that our KS reps were hard at work rolling out legislation that would reduce taxes, but still provide great services to our hard working citizens while still balancing the budget? Strike 3!

You probably know why. It’s a broken record here in KS. We made the news, because our legislature pasted the most restrictive abortion bill in the nation from our abortion Czar Rep. Lance Kinzer. I figure someone working this hard not to honor our nation’s Supreme Court ruling and thumb his nose at our Founding Fathers should be giving some awesome title like Czar. So by the powers granted to me by the world of Pleasantly Eccentric, I now name you, Representative Lance Kinzer, Abortion Czar of the state of Kansas.

I have a feeling that Representative Kinzer is currently in his place of worship today, Sunday, and giving Jesus Christ a virtual high five today for accomplishing what he believes is what JC would have wanted. WWJD or in this case WWJW. Here’s a little reality check for Czar K to bring him off of his legislative high from the past week.

See, you can continue to not honor the Supreme Court decision of Roe V. Wade and make laws like the one that Gov. Brownback is getting read to sign off on, but that doesn’t make the need for abortion go away. You can disregard our federal system all you want, by enacting all of these state laws, but the harsh reality is you are driving women to the underground of secret abortion and women are gong to die in the process.

Is there such a thing? You bet. Just out of curiosity I googled abortion pills one day and I was shocked at what I found. Just like a guy who is having problems with his Johnson, can order his little blue pills from Canada, girls can order RU 486 from the internet with no medical supervision at all. I couldn’t believe what I read, but sure enough for about $300, women can order their abortion pills that come in “discreet packaging” with a list of instructions to induce their abortions. Discreet packaging – sounds like a woman is ordering porn, not about to induce a medical procedure that should be supervised by a clinician.

Along with all of this information came a bunch of warnings about fake websites that provided fake RU 486. Not only that, but on these websites there were warnings about signs of infections and how a woman should follow up with a doctor if she shows any sign of infection. Self diagnosis? Seriously? Like this isn’t ripe for problems. I don’t know Czar Kinzer – what do you think? Currently RU 486 requires 3 visits to the clinician to complete the procedure. Online ordering means a woman determines the gestational age, administers RU 486 herself and has no idea if the termination is complete.

So Czar Kizer, you take away the safe options for women who seek abortion away. You push these women into the option of ordering from the internet for the pills with no medical over site. Do I really need to lay out for you what the end result of this is going to be? If you said women dying, ding ding ding – give that man a prize!

Before you high five JC, take a moment and think about this. I’m not asking you to give up your pro-life beliefs. Be as pro-life as you want. Pray for it, shout it from the rooftops, do what ever you want. Just stop abusing your position of power by writing whatever laws you want about abortion and fast tracking it to the Governor’s desk. Just because you cut off access doesn’t mean the need for the service goes away. Don’t drive women into the virtual back alleys with no appropriate medical guidance. Don’t be responsible for women dying when they don’t have to.

To the few KS lawmakers who stood up to this bill, thank you. It takes a lot of courage to speak up and vote against this outrageous legislation. To those who voted for it, you may be giving Jesus Christ a high five today, but don’t bet that he is offering his hand in return.

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