Saturday, September 12, 2009


Have you checked out my "Current Features" links to the right?

Every day I scour the Internet (mostly at the blogs I read) and select the ones I think are particularly of interest to you.

For instance, "A 9/11 True Story" is about a Middle Easterner who recounts his emotions on 9/11 and how he has changed to the point of view he now has.

"The Real ACORN Nutjobs" is about the crew posing as a pimp and his prostitute going to an ACORN office for help, advice and some community organizing. There are two videos, almost 20 minutes of material, but boy oh boy is it telling!

When you click on "Health Insurance: Big Profits?" you'll discover that these "evil" insurance companies not only do not make as great a profit as President BO has tried to lead you to believe, they don't even rank in the top ten profit-making industries in the U.S.

"The Vetting Process" challenges the intellect and political foresight of President BO, his cabinet and staff.

If you missed one of the features, you can still see many of them on down the side-bar where you'll find "Former Features to Visit or Revisit."

Jo-Joe Politico...always seeking to keep you up to date as to what's going on, giving you my opinion about it and helping liberals know what it means to them.

No need to thank me...I'm happy to do it...especially the part about liberals.

SPECIAL NOTE: Since I am tired of cowardly anonymous commenters, who have no rational thoughts of their own and can only call you and me names, and since Blogger does not explain how to keep them from commenting (well, it gives three options, none of which it explains well enough to help me make a choice as to which one to use, I have chosen...for the use the Sign in with a Google Account option. If you have trouble leaving a comment, tell me so when I comment on your blog. I'll try something else. If you KNOW how I can keep the bad nastys out of here and still let everyone else in, I'd like to know that, too.


Dan said...

I've been perusing your links for a while. Great stuff. BTW, I finally just stopped all anonymous comments. I realized one day that there had been only a couple of decent comments while all the rest were unproductive.

Joe said...

Thanks, Dan.

By leaving a comment, you have helped me see that my comment section still works. I'm concerned about who I might have inadvertantly prevented from commenting.

ablur said...

your stuck with me Joe.

Keep up the good work. We are making a difference. So far it seems to be the love of power out ways the love of perversity but I am willing to accept that.

At some point they may realize that they are gone no matter what. At that point all hell will break loose and time will be our only advantage.

Douglas V. Gibbs said...

keep up the good work, Joe. You are appreciated.

shoprat said...

There is a "no anonymous comments" option somewhere but I haven't found it.

Anonymous said...

I can still comment so all is well! J/K

I didn't notice the side bar before so I'm glad you pointed it out!

Mark said...

Comment moderation is the best thing you can do. You can screen every comment before it gets published on your blog. The down side is sometimes people have to wait a few hours before they see other comments. Lone Ranger uses it. I used to, but the particular nasty commenter I enabled it for finally got tired of wasting his time and quit trying. So I removed it. I can restart it anytime.