Special Edition – Father’s Day, 2012


There is a common tendency in America today to “hedge” everything that you say – for fear of “disrespecting” or hurting the feelings of other people.  This “sensitivity” crap has got to stop.

So, today, I will make this Father’s Day Special newsletter, short and sweet, with pithy predictions – not opinions.

1.  Europe will unload a MASSIVE bailout to keep the EU together – and a lot of the money will come directly from your pocket and mine, via the World Bank or a consortium of international banks/bankers.

2.  Obama’s move – at this time – to allow children of illegal immigrants on “good standing” to remain in the USA, will garner him the “Latino” vote.

3.  Americans of African ancestry will vote for Obama – no matter what.

4.  Unions, from all across the nation, will vote for Obama.

5.  The conservative right is so full of themselves, in thinking that Romney will beat Obama, that they are now starting to gloat over that possibility.  This overconfidence will backfire big-time.

6.  From the beginning I have not had my heart behind Romney.  The GOP saddled the Republican Party with this man and now Republicans are forced to vote for him, or Obama will be elected for a second term.

7.  With this, as a harbinger of future events, Eric Holder will NOT resign.  He will stay where he is.

8.  The big banks/corporations will finance – and actively back – Barack Obama – not Romney.

9.  The Supreme Court WILL give the green light to Obamacare, no matter whether it is unconstitutional or not.  They have been bought – and paid for – by this administration.

10.  We are in the process of witnessing a COMPLETE takeover of the Federal Government by this corrupt administration – in the form of Presidential Orders – and NO ONE will dare to stand up to Obama to stop this misuse of POWER.

11.  As long as this administration has the power of the IRS, to hunt down all those that DARE TO DISAGREE with Obama, justice will no longer prevail in America.

12.  If Romney picks Rubio it will be a disaster for the GOP.  Not only will the media blast him for a “racial” choice but the administration will make him look like a fool for doing so.  I HOPE Romney is not that stupid.  I predict he will pick Rob Portman, from Ohio, as his running mate.

13.  Those readers who ONLY watch FOX NEWS – and nothing else – think everybody is getting the same kind of information that they are getting.  Wrong!  All the other stations are ATTACKING Romney on a nightly basis.  If readers do not start to avail themselves to the “other” news networks, they will be sorely depressed come the morning after November 6, 2012.

14.  The administration – in FULL conjunction with the Chicago Mob – is in the driver’s seat – and they are building up a MASSIVE political machine – to obliterate the GOP come election day.

15.  Finally, if the GOP does not wake up VERY SOON – by fighting fire with fire (fact based political ads, GM bailout, big bank bailout, Goldman Sachs bailout, Soros infusion of HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of dollars to reelect Obama, government fraud, the decline of American power and prestige throughout the world, Obama’s grovelling before leaders of Muslim countries (Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Afghanistan) not to mention Russia and China, dissing our strongest allies (Germany, the UK, and Israel), UNEMPLOYMENT OVER 8%, housing foreclosures again on the rise, 40% of American wealth vanishing within the last three years – then Obama will win in a LANDSLIDE.

I have yet to see any GOP ad that hits these points in a simple – but forceful – TV presentation.  Instead, they opt for flashy “talking points” that sound dull and mundane.  Who the hell is running this campaign, anyway?

And has anyone noticed that there are virtually NO bumper stickers for EITHER candidate on the roads today.  I have yet to see one YARD SIGN for Romney.


Americans are too afraid of retaliation from friends, family and neighbors.  Americans have simply wussed out.

American MEN, in general, are like so many simpleton punks.  A lot of tattooed “guys”, “dude” talking, high-fiveing, and other tidbits that display a true lack of self-confidence, are going to be the downfall of this great country – if we do not wake up – and wake up fast.

Quietly, and in true Mob tradition, this administration is dissecting the GOP – and the dumb Republicans don’t have a clue as to what is going on.  They still think they are going to bury Obama in a landslide in November.  How naively stupid they all are.


One reason why history has not been pushed by the liberal education establishment is because they DO NOT want to show how tyrannies get into power.

The “educational establishment” refuses to even teach students that Mao is responsible for HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of Chinese being slaughtered – all in the name of communism.

The “educational establishment” refuses to teach about Stalin and the HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS of Russians that were starved to death – all in the name of communism.

The other night I was talking with a graduate student from UC Davis, and he made a statement that actually had me blinking my eyes in disbelief.

“What the hell are you so afraid of,” he asked, sipping his beer nonchalantly.  “If Obama was going to become a dictator he sure is taking his sweet time about it.  You act like he is going to do like Hitler did and take over the government by force.”

I could not believe my eyes – not to mention, my ears.

When I informed him that Adolph Hitler took control of Germany – the most advanced, well-educated and intellectually supreme country in all of Europe at that time – by DEMOCRATIC MEANS – he simply DID NOT believe me.  He insisted that Hitler had taken over Germany by VIOLENT MEANS.

And there was no way I could convince this person otherwise.  He just KNEW he was right.

And THAT, my friends, is what happens when history is DELETED from our public education system.

With Obama misusing the doctrine of a Presidential Order – to DELIBERATELY circumvent the UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION – we are rapidly approaching a Tyrannic Oligarchy – the likes of which this country might never recover from.

Where are the Joe Wilson’s of the GOP?  Why is everybody so SILENT at a time when everyone should be speaking up against this fraudulent administration?  American men!  Where are your balls?


On Father’s Day, I remember my dad.  He was as hard as nails, no lip, no bullshit.  He came through the Depression with a deep resentment toward Big Government – and instilled that belief in me.

Although he was a teacher in the LA public school system, he despised the teachers union.  They kept all the useless teachers in their jobs – and promoted the worst ones into administrative positions.  And he was bitching about this back in the 1950s!  Talk about being ahead of his time.

Here is wishing every father, young and old – and all those in between – a Happy Father’s Day.  Teach your children to work for themselves, to believe in the United States of America, to remove their baseball cap when the National Anthem is being played, to have a healthy distrust of the American government – but not WE THE PEOPLE – and always instill in your sons and daughters the concept of respect, courage in the line of fire – and a firm belief in God, family and country.

Happy Father’s Day!  Let the barbecues begin!

Lawrence Klepinger


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8 Responses to “Special Edition – Father’s Day, 2012”

  • Brian Springer Says:

    You reap what you sew. What else would you expect when the opposition just digs in their heels and refuses to budge? One side digs in and the other responds in kind. Somewhere, somehow we need to get some responsible elected officials in place that have enough influence to get these dead heads off their duffs and talking about possibilities rather than what they refuse to consider.

  • Michael Kruse Says:

    Larry – You think we should barbecue our fathers?! 😉

    On a more serious note – I think the United States, in common with other Western democracies, has been a “tyrannic oligarchy” for quite a long time already.

    Your argument about the liberal establishment not teaching history because it shows how tyrants get into power suffers from poor organisation. Your first two examples are Mao and Stalin, who certainly did not achieve power by dint of any recognisably democratic process. Hitler DID get in through a democratic screw-up, but the US is a far more robust democracy than the Weimar Republic was. Another term of Obama may well be a trial for the Republicans & their supporters, but I doubt it shall be the end of American democracy (glaringly imperfect as it may be ) as we know it! It’s worth bearing in mind that Hitler WAS supported by a massively intimidating quasi-military network (the Brownshirts), who certainly helped propel him to power. I don’t think the Chicago mob are in the same league.

  • Andrea Says:

    Larry, I love your last paragraph. If all fathers across America were teaching their children those lessons, America would still be in tact. My father, God rest his soul instilled those beliefs in me and my siblings and that is why I am a Rebel today.
    As I read your newsletter, I know in my heart that these are just a portion of the ills in this country. The truth is that America probably can not recover from the treachery of the past hundred years. I wonder when people are going to find their backbone and stand up for what is right and good.

  • Jeff Potter Says:

    It’s a slow day in a little East Texas town. The sun is beating down, and the streets are deserted.

    Times are tough, everybody is in debt, and everybody lives on credit…..

    On this particular day a rich tourist from back east is driving through town. He stops at the motel and lays a $100 bill on the desk saying he wants to inspect the rooms upstairs in order to pick one to spend the night.

    As soon as the man walks upstairs, the owner grabs the bill and runs next door to pay his debt to the butcher.

    The butcher takes the $100 and runs down the street to retire his debt to the pig farmer.

    The pig farmer takes the $100 and heads off to pay his bill at the supplier of feed and fuel.

    The guy at the Farmer’s Co-op takes the $100 and runs to pay his debt to the local prostitute, who has also been facing hard times and has had to offer her “services” on credit.

    The hooker rushes to the hotel and pays off her room bill with the hotel owner.

    The hotel proprietor then places the $100 back on the counter so the rich traveler will not suspect anything.

    At that moment the traveler comes down the stairs, picks up the $100 bill, states that the rooms are not satisfactory, pockets the money, and leaves town.

    No one produced anything. No one earned anything.

    However, the whole town is now out of debt and now looks to the future with a lot more optimism.

    And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how the United States Government is conducting business today.

  • John Says:

    Hitler, if you read about him coming to power, simply slipped into the position by being in the right spot at the right time. Also, the guys who came with him were his group of followers. A leader who gave them what they wanted and just went along with them. That’s kinda what’s happening know. Why should a person like Hilary be in the position she is…bought her off before the election.

    Well folks, no matter how you read Klepinger’s words, they a bit of truth and that is the point. How do we change all that, do not vote for incumbents! However in Congress and Senate, just think how many of 435 people you get to vote for and of 100 senators how many do you vote for.

    The task is how do we get all those other “voters” to vote for non-incumbents? Use your vote when you can!

  • Dick Bachert Says:

    If this issue was intended to be a wake-up call to the slumbering conservative/libertarian masses, I hope it does the job.

    I also hope these folks replace the 12 termers up there on Capitol Hill who are largely responsible for the mess. We need folks with actual cajones who will take back the power they’ve shipped to 1600 over the last 30 years — while they still can.

  • Gerrit Kuiken Says:

    Larry – I’m actually a bit surprised at ur pessimism about the Republicans/chances, etc. It seems you dwell on the Republican’s shortcomings & assuming their ignorance to what is going on Re: Obama’s obvious political ploys – as if we don’t have some pretty sharp guys advising Romney – etc. and Romney seemingly not doing anything right?

    I think Romney is doing and saying a lot of the right things and I think he will do better (as he has) as the campaign wears on.

    As I have sed in other emails – I see the greatest amount of enthusiasm in this year’s Republican events/rallies/conventions that I have ever seen, the attendance in some cases is overwhelming i.e. my precinct caucus, in other years, I had only a dozen or so attendees and this year – I have over 120 attendees! Ditto the County Convention – with over 600 attendees, where we usually had about half that much. The Republican grass roots is fired up! So where you get the notion that the Republicans are sleeping and not aware that they have a real battle on their hands. I’d say to you – get out to some Republican activities and see for yourownself! I am skeptical that you are even actively involved in ur local Republican Party activities?

    I think that Romney is doing/saying a lot that is right – and of course, as I sed in the very beginning of this Presidential Campaign, it is very difficult to unseat an incumbent president if he chooses to run for re-election – cuz he has all the advantages of incumbency. It is a long shot to beat the incumbent, period – and everyone knows that. The president can command headlines anytime he wants to – i.e. his recent amnesty for college aged (16-30 year old Hispanics – that’s college aged?) students, etc. And as you have “predicted” and I have expressed my “opinion” – Obama will probably play the Iran card before it’s all over. And of course – the president will get a lot of campaign contributions just because he is the incumbent. Etc. (although Obama’s campaign money to now is far below their expectations, and that is making him/Dem’s pretty nervous too!)

    But the bottom line is, I don’t think you give enough credit to the ordinary voter(s) to see through a lot of Obama’s obvious politically motivated moves – and I don’t think you have an appreciation for the depth of the anger that many (I’m saying most) voters have over their present plight in life – i.e., “Are you better off then you were 4 years ago?”

    I find a startling bit of info is that the average family personal wealth is $40K worse off financially then they were at the start of Obama’s presidency – most of it in lost value to their biggest asset, their home(s) and I think that that fact alone is going to be enough to anger enough of them to get him defeated.

    Not to mention, the latest unemployment figures being bandied about is 21 million unemployed/under-employed/have quit looking for a job, etc. That’s a lot of people – almost everyone will have/has at least one close relative that is jobless – and all that falls on Obama’s failed policies – even though he has done his best to blame everyone but himself.

    And I think enough people can see that America hasn’t fared that well under Obama, that they will vote Obama out, along with voting out enough Dem’s in Congress that I think we are going to see Romney as President, a solid Republican majority in the House and also, 57 or 58 Republican’s in the Senate. Then, if the R’s can’t get their stuff together – I will admit that it’s time to retire from active politics and play twiddle-dee-dinks!

    Course, under Geo. W’s first term – the R’s had it all too, a Republican President and a Republican controlled Congres, and squandered it away – much to my surprise, they didn’t pass the “Balanced Budget Amendment”, but did pass the Bush Tax cuts, but kept deficit spending anyway, just like Obama has also done (although Obama has deficit spent much more)/squandered away his Democrat controlled congress in his early years – wasting it on Obama-Care, stimulus packages, etc, that didn’t work, won’t work – so what can you say?

    Lets just hope that all ur pessimism is misplaced – and there are more people aware of what’s going on with Obama’s obvious political ploys, and Romney/advisers have a strategy that works/excites the voters – I’d rather think positively, then dwell on the negatives! gk

  • Barry S Says:


    You act like the ones in power actually want Romney in. I will be blown away if Romney doesn’t pick Santorum! This gives him the super conservative vote and they will be able to pitch themselves as the 1-2 candidates of the GOP.

    The whole situation makes me sick and I am buying silver as fast as I can so when the dollar falls, I won’t need to worry about it!

    I wish you all well,
    Barry S.