1. BLURB, BLURB, I’m just now arising from the WAVE, which unfortunately was not a red wave.

2. I am woman!  I have all the biological make-up to be woman.  But I don’t understand women.  Many of them frustrate me out of my gourd.  I can’t understand a mother who will send her child to a public school for lessons in how to have sex, how to determine ones’ gender, why the child is a “supreme” or a “victim,” to sing songs about Obama, how to hate Trump.  Then she confirms all of that garbage by voting for the people who causes it, just because they will let her kill it if she wants to.  Oh, but she must kill it before it can cry out for help.

3. I’m bummed at the Senate Minority Leader saying that Republicans should select candidates of “better” quality.  Do Democrats care?  Of course not.  The race between Fetterman and Oz proved that. They want someone who will follow the party, check the boxes being shown to him by a “secretary” for six years.  What more does one need!  Just give them fifty like him plus the VP. Just makes it easier for the puppeteers to keep hold of the show.

4. Fracking—of course I… fracking? … I believe in fracking. 

5. Do you expect to see Beto and Abrams in ‘24?  Maybe?  The Mayor of Chicago could mentor them.  She believes dancing will appeal to her constituents, doesn’t she?

6. Don’t I believe God is in control?  He is in control even when he says, “I wash my hands of you. You are under the control of a reprobate mind.” (Romans 1)

7. God was in control when he caused Nebuchanezzer to eat grass like an ox.  How humiliating to those citizens.  I am understanding their plight. 

8. Now follow me if you can.  Gas prices zoomed bringing inflation on everything.  Biden caused gas prices to come down (to only twice what it was under Trump—no, he didn’t say that part.)  Anyway it slowed inflation slightly from 9% to 8%, something like that.  Biden took credit.  Now the election is over.  What say you?  Will the gas prices go back up as far and beyond what they were?  If they don’t you can come hang me with a goose neck.

9. I’m ready for Heaven if I die, Jesus Christ paid for my ticket.  Great deal, but you have to have a reservation made out in His name.  Don’t fiddle-faddle.  You might be the last to get your reservation.  Wheeeee!  That is better than a l.6 billion lottery!  Imagine standing with the winning ticket in your hand and dropping dead from shock!  As I said, “Don’t fiddle-faddle.”  See that hand holding the ticket for you?  Take it.

About oneta hayes

ABOUT ME Hello. To various folks I am Neat’nee, Mom, Grandma Neta, Gramma, Aunt Neta, Aunt Noni, Aunt Neno, and Aunt Neto (lots of varieties from little nieces and nephews). To some I’m more like “Didn’t you used to be my teacher?” or “Don’t I know you from someplace?” To you, perhaps, I am a Fellow Blogger. Not “fellow” like a male or a guy, but “fellow” like a companion or an adventurer. I would choose to be Grandma Blogger, and have you pull up a chair, my website before you, while I tell you of some days of yore. I have experienced life much differently than most of you. It was and is a good life. I hope to share nuggets of appreciation for those who have gone before me and those who come after me. By necessity you are among those who come after me and I will tell you of those who came before. Once upon a time in a little house on a prairie - oops, change that lest I commit plagiarism - and change that “house on the prairie” to “dugout on the prairie.” So my story begins...
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9 Responses to THURSDAY’S THOUGHTS, NOV 17 ’22

  1. Kim Smyth says:

    I love this feature of your blog, but that might be because we are like-minded on the issues! You pull no punches and speak your mind, I like that “you ain’t scared!” Sometimes, being a blogger makes me think twice before spouting my opinions, I’m afraid to lose friends and followers. Maybe that should change. I’m a proud Republican, and I love God and my country. If I lose friends because that’s what I believe, than so be it. ☺️🤗

    • oneta hayes says:

      I check my stats sometimes and they are not greatly encouraging. 😀 On this post I have 10 people who have read; I have four likes, so six didn’t like. I write for the ones who like what I say; also for the curious. Who knows some time some curious one might say “Wow, that makes sense.” I seldom am challenged on something just because our opinions are different. I never post anything even slightly confrontational that I do not confirm by more than one source. I would love someone to join in and tell me why they voted for Fetterman. An honest debate I would love. On a general election like this one, I would vote for a person because he/she were a Republican. So I figure that’s the reason he was voted for by most Dems. That doesn’t mean I believe he is a “quality” candidate.

  2. John Holton says:

    1. I had visions of the same thing hapening on Tuesday night as happened in 2020. I still think there was monkey business, but no one else is putting up a fuss, so I’ll just be quiet.

    2. Mom taught for years and believed that, if a kid could read, he could do just about anything, and concentrated on reading. Grade schools need to focus on three things: reading, writing, and arithmetic. Everything else is a waste of time and money.

    3. If the Senate Minority Leader wanted better quality candidates, he’s start with himself.

    4. Fracking and drilling forever!

    5. Beto and Stacey will be like recurring nightmares. So will Lori Lightfoot.

    6. 7. & 9. Amen!

    8. Gas prices came down temporarily because Biden emptied out the strategic oil reserve, trying to prevent a blowout last Tuesday. Does he plan on replacing the oil, which is meant to prevent the US from being unprepared in the event of war? He’s got to figure out where he’s going to get the oil from. It won’t be from anything produced here; he’ll either pay a premium price to OPEC+ members or he’ll let the next guy figure out how to fix it.

    • oneta hayes says:

      Hey, John, you nailed it on every response. Now I would add computer use to the content in schools. Reading is the key for success in any field. I agree about election fraud. No election is safe, honest, and reliable without regulations, the first of which should be Voter ID and limited to American citizens. I forgot about where Biden got the money to “lower” the price for a critical period of time.

      • John Holton says:

        Expect the price of gas, oil, and diesel fuel to soar after the first of the year. Right now that reserve is damn near depleted.

        And listen… from now on, paper ballots, counted by hand, and the only mail-in voting for those who can’t go to the poll. Do you remember the push for Real ID, which includes a photo, date of birth, and a thumbprint? You have to have one. Period, no excuses. This sob story about people not being able to get a Real ID is BS. If you can’t get one, you probably don’t qualify for one.

  3. Lakshmi Bhat says:

    Prices are increasing here too. And the excuses given by politicians!! I like blogging because I learn so much about what is happening. We can read about it newspapers or magazines but somehow reading what bloggers write makes it more personal.

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