Monday, November 24, 2008

Tribute to Ritchie Valens

Friday, November 21, 2008

A Tribute to Buddy Holly

Thursday, November 20, 2008

My God can beat up Your god..........

I did something fascinating today. I listened to a radio sermon by Paul Shepherd and every time Pastor Paul said "God", I thought of how it would resonate with the words Source or Source Energy.

In essence, I compared the Christian's higher power to the Pagan's higher power.

In many instances the references were interchangeable. Such as "When xxxxxxxxx is ready to deliver you; you better be ready.


The Christian higher power "GOD" can only be used when the term Love is inserted. For example, "Source" does not "Love" me. The Christian "God" does. Source does not have a plan for my life. Source is not there to comfort me when I fall on hard times. The Christian God promises He will.

The Pagan higher power "Source" will "manipulate" the universe to make my thoughts become reality. *note: whether I want it to or not. The pagan higher power is not omniscient as the Christian God is. In fact; The author of "The Law of Attraction" in Canada "Michael Losier" states:"The Universe isn't very smart, but it is extremely obedient".

Now contrast this. In 1996 I recall Garth Brooks releasing an album and in an interview, Garth states:"Sometimes God's greatest gifts are unanswered prayers".

Think about it. How many times have you wanted something that you were so sure was the right thing for you, only to find out that something better was just around the corner?

This brings up the concept of Will. What do I mean by Will? Will is the end result of determination. What determines our behavior? There are 3 clinical explanations for what "determines our behavior". (Not influences, there is a big difference between determination and influence)

Determination = I've made up my mind and this is what I am going to do.

Influence = If I do this, I can expect this to happen according to these factors.

What are the factors? Sociology claims man is determined by 3 factors:

Environmental determinism OR I was born in the ghetto so I'll never be rich.

Genetic determinism OR I'm Irish so I have an quick Temper.

And Psychic determinism OR "That's just how I am". I'm a late sleeper, Type B etc...

The TRUTH that sociology has to acknowledge is that these factors INFLUENCE your behavior ONLY.

As citizens of the free world, we have what is called "Free Will".

So that entitles us to replace the word "OR" with "Even though", then the opposite.

Such as "Even though I'm Irish, I freely choose to keep my cool when people test me".

So back to YOUR Will. Does the Universe have a Will for YOU? NO! Does the Christian God have a WILL for you? If you want to accept it!

That's the difference. Who's right and who's wrong? I don't think either are. The choice is yours. Is the Universe or Source Energy your God? If so, then let your will be done. Remember, as Michael Losier states, the Universe isn't very smart. So be advised that your God is a stupid genie. Is your higher source the God of Abraham, Moses and Israel (and Father of Jesus) Then let your WILL be God's Will. Be prepared to suffer in the short run (this life) but lay aside in store for your future in Heaven or the Ether.

Is there only one god? Absolutely not. One of the ten commandments is:"Thou shalt have no other gods before me".

So you have many gods to choose from. Many people worship money as their god. In some pathetic cases; people worship emotional pain as their god. You can worship Allah, Buddha, Obama, The NFL, The Sun, The Son or your spouse. It's your free will and your responsibility. All of these gods have a common denominator, faith.

You are not 100% sure that even if you rid yourself of limiting beliefs, that you'll get that new car. ,or if you kill an American Infidel will you go to "Paradise" and screw 72 virgins? You believe that you will and that is called faith. A small amount of faith is equal to a large amount of belief. (I've read)

Which brings us to the ultimate question. WHAT IF I'M WRONG? I think in trusting in a god, you really need to consider, WHAT IF I'M WRONG? If I'm wrong about Christianity, I miss out on the 72 old maids. If I'm wrong about Christianity, I might have to come back to earth (or some form of incarnation) until I get it right.
If I'm wrong about the 49ers, there's always next year. (well until 2011)

My point is, the single most important thing in your physical life experience is your free will. Use it wisely.

Ace out..................

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

A Song From Cowboy Hat Blues

I Woke Up dis Moanin Lucille wuz not incite......


From the X-15s Album American Infidel. A beautiful song written by Santos and Johnny.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Maybe My best Recording Yet........

Written by the great Roy Orbison

Saturday, November 15, 2008

I NEED A BEER ~ (and a shot of Tequila too)

The 4th Video from 2005's "American Infidel"

Friday, November 14, 2008


Here's some motivating music for all you good people in Dubuque, Des Moines, Topeka,
Springfield,Bloomington and Saragosa.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Comment about "Road Runner" from GREG KIHN

"Hey man, that was pretty good! Thanks, I enjoyed that. Road Runner forever"!

Monday, November 10, 2008


I love this song, I love this Video, I think it's the best version of this cover in existence.

Friday, November 07, 2008

The New Video ~ Viva Las Vegas

Wednesday, November 05, 2008


Please, anyone reading my blog. You must write to president Bush and encourage him to bomb the nuclear Uraniaum processing plants in Tehran. He must deploy the B2-B bombers before he leaves office.

If he doesn't, Iran will achieve it's goal of creating a nuclear bomb. Ahmadinejad has already stated he wanted to wipe Israel off the face of the earth.

Please Write

President Bush c/o
The Whitehouse
1600 Pennsylania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20500

Please Write the President don't just email him:

Monday, November 03, 2008

Surreal Election 08 = Poetic Justice?

On the eve of the 2008 Presidential general election; only one word can truly describe this contest. Surreal. I will restate a quote I made a year ago. With the less than glowing performance George W. Bush left the office of presidency in, I predicted that "Any sock Monkey with a Jack Ass Lapel pin should be able to win".

As a conservative; I had to decide between Mit Romney(a Mormon),Rupaul, (Ron Paul, a slightly refined version of Pat Buchannon)Mike Huckabee(a great guy with no finances) and of course the war hero, John McCain. (whom I like many conservatives, turned my back on after McCain-Feingold)

By the time California voted, Fred Thompson and Rudy Giuliani had already thrown in the towel. So I never had the chance to vote for Fred.

I won't divulge who I voted for but needless to say, it wasn't McCain. But I have to say, win or lose; McCain became very easy to support once the DNC primaries were over. McCain fought hard. At last count, Obama had raised 604 million in contributions to McCain's 150. Every network was in the "tank" for Obama. Every cable news channel was also in the same tank except Fox.

I agree with the experts that McCain ran an outdated style campaign. (I think they used the term "an 80's style campaign) While Obama had mass communication via text message.

Obama's past came back to haunt him just at the end of the primaries. Hillary was kicking Obama all over New Hampshire. Yet Obama "limped" across the finish line as the Dem's candidate. Hillary Clinton got 18 million votes.

And Obama chooses Joe Biden as his running mate. Some say Obama never considered Hillary for fear of being turned down. Some conspiracy experts say Obama was afraid of picking Hillary because of two factors: Hillary's hunger for the presidency, and Vince Foster. To quote Dick Morris, the former Clinton staff writer, "You don't get between a Clinton and the Presidency".

Then McCain does what can only be considered a "Statue of liberty" play. He passes Mit Romney or Gov. Tim Pawlenty, the two most popular picks, and introduces America to Caribou Barbie, Sarahcuda, the reformer governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin (The only Governor known to their state by their first name who isn't named Arnold).

Sarah is an extremely intelligent woman. I am most impressed with her. If Hillary didn't like her it was sheer jealousy. The media(and I won't constantly refer to it as the Mainstream Biased Media,that's now a fact) ate Sarah for breakfast, lunch and dinner. To her credit, she stood up to all of them.

Then in October McCain's poll numbers take the lead only to be squashed by the Wall street collapse. Looking back you might ask:"Could this have been timed any better for Obama"? You could also question if it was planned. We knew it was eminent. We also knew that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac dished out the most payola to Chris Dodd(D) the Senator in charge of the treasury and the 2nd most went to Obama.

After the stock market finished it's roller coaster performance, McCain started pulling up in the polls. I noted that every time Obama gained in the polls, the stock market dropped 500 to 600 points. And the reverse was true when the Market went up, McCain's numbers rose. And then one day in Ohio, Obama went in search of a neighborhood photo op.

Meet Joe the Plumber.

Joe the Plumber = Obama the Marxist exposed.

The race tightens. (In spite of Obamamania)

Joe the Plumber becomes more popular than Joe the VP candidate. Unfortunately for Joe, the same sharks in the media unleashed their vitriol on Joe for tarnishing the halo on "the chosen one's" head.

Translated: Joe the plumber turned the race around.

I will say what many politically correct talking heads and even John McCain will not say. Obama is to be feared. (But that's a whole rant of it's own that starts with J.Wright, W.Ayers, B.Dorn, Rashid Khalidi, Saul Alinski, Acorn, Tony Rezko and the suppresed Railia Odinga, Obama's communist Islamic cousin who btw happens to be the prime minister of Kenya)

So on the eve of election 08, the race is within the margin of error. If Obama who has been measuring the drapes in the white house loses, it won't be because of a lack of financial or Media support. It will be because of the American people.

I'm sure of two things: Obama sees the election as a formality now, and if he loses, he already has his "Fraud" strategy in place. According to a statement made by Jeri Corsi, author of the book Obamination, Obama sent a letter to Odinga who was running for president of Kenya and in it was Obama's instructions for Odinga political campaign. The letter ended, if you lose, make allegations of fraud and induce chaos.

I know I'm not the only person who believes this, but I think a McCain landslide is very possible and I'll give a brief explanation.

Polls almost always favor Democrats. Polls are done on landlines. Obama is black. America is mostly white. I know that sounds racist, but ask Thomas Bradley and Lynn Swann what they think of polls. Even their opponents thought they were going to lose and ended up winning my 10 points.

Obama, in the primaries, always polled much higher than he produced.

The money curse. Although cash is a great advantage in an election for air time, the ground game and ads; history shows us that it doesn't guarantee you a victory. In 1994 Michael Huffington financed his run for the Senate in California and spent an unprecedented 28.5 million dollars. This was the most ever spent on a Senatorial race in history. He lost by 1.9%. There are other examples where millionaires tried to win a seat in politics and lost.

John McCain is the piece of gum stuck to your shoe. John is use to being the underdog. He's also use to winning as the underdog. He's also a former Veitnam POW.

I believe the stage is set for a major McCain upset victory. And not in spite of the money and the media, but BECAUSE of the money and the media.

I'm considering not even watching the election reports tomorrow as you'll remember in 2004, Kerry was popping the Champagne corks at 5:00pm eastern. You remember John Kerry don't you?

Go vote. Vote with your conscience. Vote with your brain.

Ace out...........

Sunday, November 02, 2008

Word from Dick Dale

As of today 10/30/2008

My 2nd operation for constructive surgery

is being appointed in the next two weeks.

keep smiling.... dd

Let's keep the thoughts and prayers going for Dick Dale as he continues his fight against colon cancer. It's beatable and I believe he will be back on stage again in the next year.


Saturday, November 01, 2008

Election 08 Historical Horror

Never in all my years involved with the U.S. political system have I ever seen such a poor offering for president. First, John McCain. He's an honorable man to say the least and I've grown to admire him. My only criticism is that he must know something the rest of us don't know. It's true he's not been treated fairly by anyone except Fox News, and even Fox in their attempt to be "Fair and Balanced" have had pundits on that make slanderous accusations. Why? Because McCain is the "nice" guy.

It's important to note that McCain always seems to have trouble winning his re-election bids in Arizona but he's managed to do so for the last 23 years.

My concern for politics started on November 22 1963. Actually it was probably the 23rd that I actually knew who or what a president was. I was 6 years old when Jack Kennedy died. It touched me deeply for some reason. It felt like someone had killed a member of our family. It felt like Pearl Harbor had been bombed.

So LBJ was sworn in and elected again in 1964. Lyndon B. Johnson was a respectable man but will forever be stained with escalating the Vietnam war from a "conflict" into a "war". Yet LBJ was above scandal and left office in 69 quietly.

Richard Milhouse Nixon beats Hubert Horatio Humphrey in 1968. Nixon up to this point was the "shadiest" candidate to be elected. It's worth noting that in 1960, many credit JFK's victory over Nixon to the first televised debate. This is extremely fascinating in that; The voters that listened to the debate on the radio felt that Nixon won the debate, while those watching on television felt Kennedy won the debate. Much was made of Nixon's body language.

Nixon's reputation was tarnished by the "Watergate" incident when operatives of the Nixon re-election campaign were apprehended breaking into McGovern 72' campaign headquarters in an attempt to steal documents and plant wire taps. It was later learned that Nixon actively participated in a cover up and after 2 years of hearings and mounting evidence, Nixon would resign. It is also worthy of noting that the CRP for Nixon had an organization of illegal activities ranging from "cover up specialists" to "a money laundering account in Mexico to pay for said activities".
It again is worth noting that Nixon's knowledge of this "hit squad" has not been proven to an accurate point. The phrase "What did he know and when did he know it" became ubiquitous in 1969. Nixon's character was not an issue until it was exposed on June 17th 1968.

Gerald Ford, also an honorable man would replace Nixon as president and pardon Nixon from all criminal charges.

Ford would lose in 1976 to the Peanut farmer Jimmy Carter. Carter's reputation of being a "nice" guy would not be tarnished until 2008 when he met with heads of terrorist organizations at the age of 84. Many feel Carter means well but has lost a bit at the age of 84. His legacy actually begins after his presidency. He ran the economy into the ground. He left office with a 21% prime interest rate. 8 per cent unemployment and 52 hostages being held by Iranian terrorists in Tehran. As much as the democratic party will remark about the Camp David talks;it also marked the beginning of the west's conflict with the middle east. Carter's good work, just as Nixon's trips to China, will be tarnished. In Carter's case by huge government causing an economic crisis and a soft military that lead to a middle east conflict that hasn't gone away.

Ronald Reagan, the one time B list actor and former governor of California picked up the pieces of the Carter administration. The day Reagan was sworn into office, the Islamic terrorist in Tehran released the hostages. Ronald Reagan was a man of unquestionable character and faith. In his 2nd term political partisanism reared it's ugly head in the form of the Iran-Contra scandal involving Col.Oliver North. Reagan formed the "Tower" commission to investigate the sales of arms to Iran (to fight Iraq)and the funding of the contras to overthrow the Marxist regime in Nicaragua. Reagan was found innocent by "plausible deniability" in the contra affair.

VP Bush39 vs. George Dukakis 1988. Both men were decent men. Dukakis was leading the former vice president until he was asked a "Hypothetical" question about the death penalty. "Would you change your stance on the death penalty if your wife Kitty, were raped and murdered. He replied "No". This left the public with a perception of weakness on crime.

Again, both were good men.

1992: Bush 39 vs. W.J. Clinton vs. Ross Perot. The first semi serious 3 way race.
Bush was running on a legacy of being a WWII war hero, Freeing Kuwait from attacks by Saddam Hussein in Iraq, but many accused Bush 39 of not finishing the job by leaving an angry Saddam Hussein alive and in charge.

Ross Perot known as the Billionaire with a bad hair cut was a mysterious figure that had revolutionary Ideas that garnished him 18% of the republican vote. Many wonder if Perot was ever serious about running for president or was it just a smoke screen to get republican votes? His suspension of his campaign during the conventions was blamed on family threats supposedly made by the incumbent president which ultimately lead Clinton to the first minority vote victory.

William Jefferson Clinton. (D)Gov. Arkansas.

Clinton will be credited with a Bull Market that broke the 10,000 mark for the first time. His 8 years in office will be tarnished by immorality and impeachment by the house.

Clinton was not a bad or a good president or really a bad man, he just had "Issues". However many will argue that the Clintons have very dangerous acquaintances.

Clinton defeats Bob Dole in 1996. Bob Dole another former war hero uses negative campaigning to defeat a younger John McCain. Dole runs on the theme of "Look at our records". Not only does Dole have his age against him, but he has a blossoming economy and the Monica Lewinsky scandal was just starting to surface.

2000 Bush 41 vs former VP Al Gore. Bush 41 is best compared to the Wizard of Oz. "I'm not a bad man, I'm just a bad Wizard".

Al Gore, outlandish claims eg, "I'm the father of the Internet" and "Global Warming".

2000 was the messiest election in modern day history. But wait another 3 days.

2004 Bush 41 re-elected. John Kerry gaffes "We need an international litmus test before acting". Many saw this as a weak defense stance. Bush wins by 3%.

2008 Barack Hussein Obama. The mystery man with many documented criminal connections and very little political achievement. For the first time I see America divided by Ethics. It's been documented that Obama has been influenced by terrorists (William Ayers/Bernadette Doren) American Haters (Jeremiah G.D. America Wright)Acorn (13 states of voter reg. fraud) Saul Alinski (the father of modern radicalism) Rasheed Khalidi (former spokesperson for the P.L.O) and Raila Odinga (communist Muslim prime minister who initiated Sharia law in Kenya; and he's Obama's cousin)

What scares me personally about the Obama campaign isn't so much the candidate, but the realization that the Candidate has massive support by Americans and the Media that don't give a damn about his Shady connections. And we're not talking guilt by association, it's guilt by participation. These are really bad people that Obama has given praise to. If it doesn't bother Democrats; what does that say for that party? Never could you compare a Richard Nixon or even a Hubert Humphrey to this candidate. In years past, America would have never tolerated it. What's happened to America's values on the left? I say I don't fear the candidate because I , as many Americans, are quick to anticipate an assassination if he is elected. This would then lead to an ugly maybe even bloody civil unrest. But there is a contingency in the south that has vowed not to let a black man in the white house. Let's pray that it's done with votes and not bullets.

Please America; Vote with your conscience.