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oxoginaoxo
23 October 2008 @ 08:07 am
Obama has a 10 point lead as of this moring.......I am trying not to get cocky, but it's lookin pretty good!!!!!!!

 GOBAMA '08
 
 
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oxoginaoxo
22 October 2008 @ 09:57 am

So has anyone else heard abuot how FEMA is oplanning on killing all of us? I guess the are (allegdly) building concentration camps all of the country to kill off 90% of all people......

You shouldn't have mocked God's law.........LMFAO

Just curious what you guys think of this bullshit?


I find it funny.....and fun to read about....Especially all the comments people leave. I can't believe anyone would actually take this seriously......
 
 
oxoginaoxo
18 October 2008 @ 10:27 pm
 
 
oxoginaoxo
18 October 2008 @ 06:59 pm

The candidates agree on the need to reduce dependence on foreign oil and cut greenhouse gases. Both support a carbon "cap-and-trade" system where companies either pay to pollute or invest in cleaner technology.

· Work to reduce carbon emissions 60% below 1990 levels by 2050.

· Use mix of free market, government incentives and a lower corporate tax rate to foster renewable energy.

· Lift ban on offshore drilling.

· Commit $2 billion annually to advance clean coal technologies.

· Construct 45 new reactors by 2030 as part of a push to expand nuclear power production.

"...When it comes to energy, what we really need is to produce more, use less, and find new sources of power." -- McCain*
· Work to reduce carbon emissions 80% below 1990 levels by 2050.

· Invest $150 billion in renewable energy over the next 10 years.

· Allow limited amount of offshore drilling.

· Require that 10% of nation's energy comes from renewable sources by 2013.

· Aim to reduce nation's demand for electricity 15% by 2020.

"To bring about real change, we're going to have to make long-term investments in clean energy and energy efficiency." -- Obama**

 
 
 
oxoginaoxo
You know what? I am going to be honest.....Obama had me a little worried in recent weeks that he was going to really give in the negative campaigning McCain has been doing.....I started to see a little too much finger pointing and I didn't like it. I don't want to hear 2 men whining and tattling on each other.....I want to hear about how you plan to put money in my pocket again, and fix this fucked up government we all have to live under.

And I was thoroughly impressed with Obama's composure.  I loved seeing McCain act like......hmm.....it was one of the most difficult things for him to control his anger while on stage with Obama....Mainly during the answering of question: Would you say to you opponent's face what you campaign has been plastering everywhere.

And Obama quickly defended himself, stated the facts, and then moved (tried to anyway) on.....Saying...I'm sure the American people are no interested in the two of us talking about out hurt feelings, but more so in the issues at hand.......And thank God someone said it! I have been waiting for someone to tell McCain that for a long while......
 
 
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oxoginaoxo
15 October 2008 @ 12:08 pm
That's why I haven't been writting much of anything....We are packing and moving into our new house this weekend....Boy will I be happy when I don't have to hear gun shots ring out in the night while I lay sleepless in my bed with my 6 month old son wondering how these things would affect him as he grows older.....No longer will I have to contimplate these things! I will sacrifice my credit and good name, but it will be well worth it! It would be selfish of me to deny him a good education and safe place to grow up when I could do so, just choose not to so I can keep good credit.....It's not worth it, he is more important than me now.

And things haven't been going so smoothly at work either. I am a Sales Assistant at a brokerage firm for a couple Financial Advisors...And one of them has not wanted to pay my my 1% (which doesn't sound like much, but it is when you are talking about $1,000,000+) since I returned from maternity leave....Even though he promised to do so, so that I wouldn't find a new job while I was on leave.....Well This morning I got my paycheck and no bonus.....He took it away (it is what I pay childcare with) and he didn't even say anything to me about it......People never cease to amaze me.....I have too much pride to talk to him about it. I feel like....Well now you get sent to the back of the line b/c my other brokers pay me...Where as you use to be first, be prepared to get treated like everyone else.  Not to mention he can no longer make me feel guilty about taking time off for my son when he is sick, taking asmoke breaks, or going to lunch out of the office.  So basically he can get fucked! It is just humerous the way people treat you, but then expect you to bend over backwards for them, ya know?

On a lighter note.....I have decided I HATE my job (this isn't the lighter note LOL) and I am going back to school (this is!) ......I keep going back to the same profession, I want to teach History. But I don't want a shitty teacher's salary so I am going in for the long haul.....I plan to get my Ph.D in History and be a Professor at the University level. I know it will take a long time since I will be working full-time, but it I do summers and winters I think I'll be done in roughly 10 years, and surprisingly (as impatient as I am) I am not scared or put off by that...i want to take my time and do well so I can get a position at a well known university. My dream would be to join a research project only teaching a couple classes during the semester at an Ivy League school.....We'll see. If you're going to dream, dream bg , right?
 
 
oxoginaoxo
02 October 2008 @ 10:01 am
Well I have grown tired of throwing mony on a bad investment.....So I am walking away from my house. I have researched it and thank God I live in a consumer friendly state. I know it is just adding to the poor economy, but the payments/taxes/HOA is too much after having my son...Not to mention I have been sleeping on my couch for the last month and a half, b/c he (Cale) snores and is loud during the night.

I am picking up and leaving.....And I love the way it feels!!!!
 
 
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oxoginaoxo
23 September 2008 @ 02:29 pm




I posted this in reallifeparents too, but I wanted to share with you guys....It's a clip of me making my son laugh (which is still pretty new to us) and he is so freakin' cute.....I know I should be humble, but what can I say, I've never been a ver modest person LOL!!

 

 

 
 
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oxoginaoxo
23 September 2008 @ 09:13 am
Is health care a right or a privilege to you?
Hmmmmm....Controvisial!


To be honest I don't think a universal health care sysytem is the way to go. I'm not saying babies and children don't deserve to have the same rights as me, and be cared for when sick....I am just saying that I feel it's unfair to take away from people in the middle class who work so hard to pay for their insurance (b/c I can tell you right now it's not cheap) and give health care to people who have illegally entered our country or those who are citizens and don't pay taxes and are already a drain on our fragile economy. If they can be criminals/deadbeats (in the sense that they have come here the wrong way, or can work but choose not to) and they get free health care.....Why do I a tax paying law obeyding citizen, born in this country, have to pay hundreds of dollars for the same care? So I guess i see it as a privelage.

Too many people are taking the everyday stuff for granted such as getting medical attention when you seek it......That is a privelage you have because you live in the United States....Just as it would be an amazing privelage if you lived in a 3rd world country. Just b/c you live here doesn't mean you get to take advantage and take for granted everything wonderful that is offered here.
 
 
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