Monday is here. No, really. Because, let’s be honest, you dads suck. Obama and his friends in the government are now here to give you pointers.

According to the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse (NRFC), an estimated 24 million children live absent their biological fathers, and they are at least two to three times more likely to be poor, to use drugs, to experience educational, health, emotional and behavioral problems, to be victims of child abuse, and to engage in criminal behavior than their peers who live with both of their parents. Children with involved, loving fathers are significantly more likely to do well in school, have healthy self-esteem, exhibit empathy and pro-social behavior and avoid high-risk behaviors.

Wait. Didn’t those feminists tell us that kids don’t need dads? I’m confused. Moving on, has GREAT tips for how to be a better daddy.

Turn off the water while you brush your teeth in the morning and before bedtime. You can save up to eight gallons of water a day.

Many electronic devices and appliances use power even when they’re switched off or not in use. You can save money and energy by unplugging items when they aren’t being used.

Earth-friendly cleaning products are widely available and are kinder to our air and water. Or you can make your own cleaning supplies with white vinegar, lemons, baking soda, and other basics you probably have in your kitchen already. Check online or at your local library for the step-by-step of cleaning green.

Got that? You can be a better dad by turning the water off, unplugging your electronic devices, and using white vinegar to clean your house.

And, since I’m totally using the puppy blender for my blog post today, I may as well post this.

I lurv it.

Moving along AGAIN (with puppy blender’s links) – reading this article about a night listening to Bill Ayers and Cindy Sheehan, this comment:

A stone’s throw away from the Northwestern undergraduate campus, the former terrorist and anti-war activist met a group of approximately 60, most of whom were thirsty for the vileness their radical heroes would spew. I was one of the 60, armed with a camera and the disgusted feeling that I was missing Charles Krauthammer’s response to the president’s Oval Office speech on Fox News.

We all eagerly anticipate what the Hammer is going to say, don’t we?

And it’s Day 61 of the Jones Act debacle, with Obama siding with union interests over those of our Gulf coast and the many jobs being lost associated with the spill. Unions that side with terrorist organizations. The Longshoremen in Oakland honored a protest against an Israeli ship, refusing to cross “the picket line”, which wasn’t really a picket line but a PROTEST.

See, a picket line is when the workers are striking. A protest is when other folks come in and create a line of disruption, the crossing of which doesn’t break any of your stupid union rules.

But by using the phrase “picket line,” and ensuring that the media repeats the phrase, it gives cover and plausible deniability to the longshoremen’s union to join in and effectively implement the blockade, without overtly taking credit. “We have nothing against Israel,” they could claim, “but we simply could never cross a ‘picket line’!”

Yea. Not falling for it.

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10 Comments on “Monday”

  1. wiserbud Says:

    unplugging your electronic devices

    Oh, gosh, yes. What a grand idea. then, when I’m ready to use it, I can plug it back in, wait for it to initialize itself, then set the time again……


  2. Car in Says:

    You’re not the father I thought you were Wiser.

    I weep for your children.

  3. wiserbud Says:

    I weep for your children.

    screw ’em. I made it this far without my parents being whiny, liberal idiots who needed the government to tell them how to run every single little aspect of their lives, and so can my kids.

  4. Car in Says:

    Don’t blame me if your kids grow up to resent you.

    I tried to help.

  5. jw Says:

    *giggles* @ carin and wiser.

  6. maggie katzen Says:

    I don’t recall ever seeing my dad brush his teeth. That’s saving a ton of water.

  7. cranky-d Says:

    I’m pretty sure that stuff about dads is RAAAAACIST!

  8. maggie katzen Says:

    um,also, there isn’t a


  9. Car in Says:

    OMG, Maggie, you’re RIGHT.

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