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          Let’s call this Random Thoughts:

#1.  We citizens of the U.S. pride ourselves on probably being the one authentic democracy of the world.  That being the case, how come we now and then are being confronted with the reality that our Congress decides that they are all somewhat better than We the People so they create a universal healthcare plan for the rest of us, but they provide themselves with more expensive different insurance that is very superior.  How dare these people get away with that inequality in our so-called democracy.   I say if the government will provide the healthcare that We the People pay for, it should be the same for everyone including the Congress, and the President, and his family.  

Second random thought –

#2.  Sadly, we have been engaged in a very long war in Afghanistan, about nine years, and sadly at least 38,000 American soldiers have been wounded or died.  Settling differences between countries with war is certainly not the answer.  Can’t we find a better, less barbaric way to get along? 

The United Nations is certainly not the answer even though it was supposed to be because its agenda is not to settle nations’ differences.  It aspires to supersede countries and rule the world.  We must remove ourselves from the United Nations.

Third random thought –

#3.  Those Americans who fight to defend our Country, I believe should get a bigger higher wage than the Congress does, but that certainly is not the case.    Once brave, dismissed and wounded soldiers leave the military, the government drops the ball, and the American public is expected to help the soldiers with rehabilitation.   The government should be responsible for that, but they do not respond as they should.   Unfortunately, many veterans not receiving government proper financial and emotional support cannot face their situations, and now sadly many of them commit suicide when they return home, and this is shameful. 

And, finally, another random thought, and another inequity –

#4.   We seniors who have contributed our share to the Social Security Fund for the past two years have been denied our yearly Cost of Living increase while those in Congress with hefty salaries who denied us those funds continue to vote themselves 15-20% yearly increases, and that is not democratic, and I say it stinks. 

For KSCO, this is Kay Zwerling.

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Dear Listeners of KSCO radio,

Because what I am about to tell you will definitely affect our radio station, I want to share part of this letter of protest which I and others are sending to Senator Mitch McConnell, Minority Leader of the U.S. Senate. It is about a despicable stealth effort by President Obama and other Liberals to destroy conservative talk radio. And, here are the salient facts in the letter:

Dear Senator McConnell,

Thank you for opposing re-institution of the Fairness Doctrine, which would have unfairly taken conservative talk radio off the air.

Today, however, I want to call your attention to a stealth effort by the Federal Communications Commission, also known as the FCC, designed to accomplish the same thing as the old Fairness Doctrine.

An effort is underway to impose a policy called Localism on local radio station owners, the goal to intimidate them into dropping talk show hosts like Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, G. Gordon Liddy, Mark Levin, etc., and after that they may try to silence local talk hosts like me.

It is clear from the actions of the FCC that their intent is to threaten radio station owners with the loss of their license if they do not follow the wishes of their new community adversary boards.

These boards will, of course, be filled with folks who are unfriendly to conservative talk radio.

Clearly, such actions border on blackmail, and should have no place in our American society.

Although sneaky, these actions by the FCC are designed to silence all opposition to the Obama administration by circumventing the Congress through the initiation of administrative action, and these actions are exactly what Obama wants.

One wonders why Obama allows himself to be so intensely worried about conservatism that he must legally destroy it. Doesn’t that show his socialism cannot compete even in our free society?

President Obama needed only three votes from the five member FCC to shut down conservative talk radio, and he just got it. And, that is why I think you should know what is going on.

Legally I believe we will finally prevail because with 41 votes in the Senate, the Republican party can block FCC funding and force the President and his new FCC Chairman to back off their plan to silence all opposition to their Socialist schemes.

For KSCO, this is Kay Zwerling.

© copyright 2010

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          Have you noticed that a number of very visible conservative Americans are loudly determined to gather us together to force our weakened President to eliminate Obamacare – which his family and all of Congress would never participate in because it is inferior for them – but “good” for us?    

          We the People together can help make the Obama health fiasco go away.

          Listen to the following little gem, which tells the story so well and so concisely.  It is called “Here’s the reality.”  I think it has been floating around, but it is really worth repeating.

Let me get this straight…

We are going to be gifted with a healthcare plan that we are forced to purchase and fined if we do not, which covers at least ten million more people – I say it is more like 30 million people, without adding a single new doctor, but provides for 16,000 new IRS agents.  It was written by a committee whose chairman says he does not understand it.  It was passed by a Congress that did not read it, but exempted themselves from it, and it was signed by a President who smokes, with funding administered by a Treasury Chief who did not pay his taxes, for which we will be taxed for four years before any benefits take effect, and by a government which has already bankrupted Social Security and Medicare, all to be overseen by a Surgeon General who is obese, and financed by a Country that is broke.   What the heck could possibly go wrong?!  

For KSCO, this is Kay Zwerling.

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I remember seeing Ronald Reagan in person one time in the early or mid 1960s when I was an adult re-entry student at Cabrillo College, and had the pleasure of hearing him promote, I believe Nixon for President of the United States.

That was his first taste of politics, after which he then became Governor of California, then finally one of our best-liked Presidents of the United States.

Kudos to Jim and Mary Lou Weeks for sharing the following Reagan gems:

Socialism only works in two places: Heaven where they do not need it, and Hell where they already have it.

Here is my strategy on the cold war: We win, they lose.

The most terrifying words in the English language are: I am from the government, and I am here to help.

The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they are ignorant. It is just that they know so much that is not so.

Of the four wars in my lifetime, none came about because the U.S. was too strong.

I have wondered at times about what the Ten Commandments would have looked like if Moses had run them through the U.S. Congress.

A taxpayer – that is someone who works for the federal government, but does not have to take the Civil Service exam.

Government is like a baby – an alimentary canal with a big appetite at one end, and no sense of responsibility at the other.

The nearest thing to eternal life we will ever see on this earth is a government program.

It has been said that politics is the second oldest profession. I have learned that it bears a striking resemblance to the first.

Government’s view of the economy can be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it; if it keeps moving, regulate it; and if it stops moving, subsidize it.

Politics is not a bad profession. If you succeed, there are many rewards. If you disgrace yourself, you can always write a book.

No arsenal or no weapon in the arsenals of the world is as formidable as the will and moral courage of free men and free women.

If we ever forget that we are one nation under God, then we will be a nation gone under.

And finally –Fight organized crime. Re-elect no one.So that tells me that term limits are a must, and I totally agree.

For KSCO, this is Kay Zwerling.© copyright 2010


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          So, the election is over, and we conservatives can begin to sleep a lot easier because we will for the next two years be able to speak out loud and clear that our government must take seriously our debt.   For the first time in its existence, we learn now the debt has become $14.5 Trillion. 

          We have been told that while our credit rating still remains at AAA – it is precarious, and if we lose it – no country will lend us any money.

          What is the solution?  

          Clearly, our government must start to tighten its belt and become lean.   That was one of the messages we heard this week.   I sure hope President Obama heard it. 

          For starters, maybe our President will willingly become a role model for us and get rid of the 40 or so czars in our government who supposedly have guided his leadership thus far.  If he consulted them, they have not done a good job – and if they are paid even $150,000 a year, that could reduce our debt by almost $6 million per year, and almost $12 million for the two years of Obama’s final term.   It would be savings $12 million almost for two years. 

          It has been reported that our First Lady has 20 helpers unlike previous First Ladies who only had one.  Perhaps a few of them had two.    So, many of her friends are well taken care of. 

          And, each helper must be paid at least the same as the czars.  There is another possible almost $12 million to reduce our debt. 

          So, between the President and the First Lady, they could personally reduce the Country’s deficit by $24 million or thereabouts.   That would be a wonderful way of showing the rest of the government employees how on a smaller level they could each try to reduce the deficit. 

          Another example – on a weekly basis many thousands are wasted on the enormous single plane flying Nancy Pelosi nonstop back and forth to her California home.  She refused a cheaper, smaller plane because it was not nonstop.   This extravagance has gone on to several years.  

          All this may sound like not much, but if all government employees and agencies would cut out obvious extravagances the debt could be reduced significantly.

For KSCO, this is Kay Zwerling.

© copyright 2010

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          While most of us are eagerly waiting for election time so we can express our concerns over the direction our government has taken in the past two years – we can wonder what always concerns me the most – and that is voter fraud.  

          Voter fraud is a big issue – no doubt both political parties participate one way or another.  Have the voting machines been tampered with – we wonder?

          Two years ago I became aware of the organization called ACORN originating in Chicago, and it had enough clout to be able to open different voting places a couple months before the elections.  This contributed to voter fraud, street people were urged to vote many times and were paid each time.   All this was mentioned in various newspapers.   Also, did you know that Obama was ACORN’s legal representative in Chicago many years ago? 

          Now, we continue to encourage early voting – and I believe it is wrong, because the only safe way to vote with proper inspection is for the entire Country to vote one day, the same day, the first Tuesday in November.  

          Also, there is absentee voting, which I have used for many years, and always thought that way is very safe. 

          Now we learn there are a lot of shenanigans that way also, because the one person who opens the absentee ballot can arbitrarily change it.

          Clearly, there are no easy answers, so please vote no matter what, and let’s hope honesty will mostly prevail.

          This election undoubtedly is the most important one we Americans have ever had to face.

          It will decide whether we will remain a free Country, or become socialistic.   We must totally eliminate Obamacare, which eventually will have the power to decide how long each one of us will be allowed to live.   And SAM, that would be far more toxic than anything I could ever say.

For KSCO, this is Kay Zwerling.

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The following is a KSCO commentary.  Here is Kay Zwerling:

An Open Letter to President Obama:

          Mr. President, two years ago when We the People learned that you would become our President, for me it was a night of mixed strong emotions.

          A part of me was apprehensive because you had honestly responded to Plumber Joe when he asked you why you were planning to take part of his earnings, and you replied that you intended to spread the wealth.  

          You were planning a socialist government.

          I loved my government just the way it was, so I knew I could not vote for you.  

          Too bad that you did not leave the issue there.   Instead, within 24 hours, like Chicago gangsters, your buddies scrutinized Plumber Joe’s personal background and came up with some unnecessary private information, which was promptly broadcast to the Country and it was a clear message to We the People to be very careful how we shoot our mouths off.   That, Mr. Obama, is dirty, it is not democratic, and it is not Presidential. 

          That same evening of your success, a part of me swelled with pride to be able to live and see how far our Country has come since the 1920s when I was a child and black-skinned people were treated very badly. 

          In that first Open Letter to you, I concluded with “Mr. President elect, you are now my President, and I really want you to succeed, so please don’t blow it.”

          Mr. President, you blew it in a matter of weeks. 

Because of the bad condition of our economy, you frantically urged the new Congress to vote quickly into law an enormous stimulus amount of money, guaranteeing that it would pull us out of our Depression, and you promised that the Congress and We the People would surely get a chance to read the law before it was voted on.   You lied!   We the People never got a chance to read it.   Probably the Congress didn’t either.  The stimulus Bill became a dismal failure.   And, you became a liar in the eyes of your constituents. 

When jobs was the paramount issue, and still is, you turned your back and focused on an expensive universal healthcare Bill, and now two years later, many Americans are still jobless, while you played footsy with weak members of Congress to whom you gave enormous perks so they would vote your wishes through.   So much for honest government. 

Shame on you, Mr. President.  Many in your own party are embarrassed and have distanced themselves from you. 

In order to be a successful leader, or even a successful person – one must never underestimate the intelligence of the people.   You have not yet learned that lesson, and time is running out for you. 

If you are not impeached within the near future, you may still have time to become a fair leader for all of us.   Is that possible?  Time will tell, but I doubt it. 

For KSCO, this is Kay Zwerling.

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The following is a KSCO commentary.  Here is Kay Zwerling:

          What I am about to tell you will make your blood boil.  It is called “Obama’s New Government Leisure Class – Retiring on Your Money”.

          At a time when workers’ pay and benefits have stagnated, federal employees’ average compensation has grown to more than double what private sector workers earn.

          Did you get that?   More than double.   To be exact, federal employees now average $123,049 in pay and benefits while private sector employees make $61,051 in total compensation, according to the government’s own Bureau of Economic Analysis.  

          That is a pay gap of $61,998 – up from $30,415 in the year 2000. 

          And, that is not even counting the absurdly generous retirement benefits that allow many federal employees to retire with lifetime pensions and health insurance after little more than two decades on the job.

          So, I say, all of Obama’s recent bragging about giving away many jobs – he is talking only about giving government jobs to friends and buddies in the federal government. 

          Obama also chose his own czars.  I do not remember how many – possibly even 40, none of whom were vetted by the Congress as they should have been.  

          And, I add, about Michele’s contribution to luxurious government jobs – as First Lady she is entitled to one assistant, maybe two, as other First Ladies, to deal with her appointments. 

          But, Michele has over 20 assistants, each compensated by well over $100,000 per year – plus perks, so her friends are well taken care of. 

          Now, you get the best of everything in a government job – inflated pay, gold plated benefits, total job security, and a cushy taxpayer funded retirement starting as early as your mid 40s. 

          This is beyond scandalous!  This is plunder – pure and simple.  Washington is syphoning off the wealth of millions of private citizens and businesses to support a vast and growing government leisure class whose only concern, it seems, is to further augment their perks and privileges at taxpayer expense.

          What can we do as citizens?  Vote the bums out, for starters – beginning with the Democratic Congress in November, followed by President Obama in 2012.  But, we can’t stop there.  We have to demand that whoever takes their place – whether it is Republicans or third parties – we must not go back to big spending politics as usual.

For KSCO, this is Kay Zwerling.

© copyright 2010

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