Month: August 2009


August 31, 2009 – Social Security Red Tape Causing problems.

“Someone at the welfare office told him about Social Security disability income.

When someone gets sick or disabled and can no longer work, they can turn to Social Security and ask for disability benefits. For Richards, it would pay him about $1,000 a month.

A Long Wait

But it can take a year or more to go through the complicated hearing process and get the benefits. By then, some applicants have already lost their homes, or even died. ” [Source:]

August 26, 2009 – Social Security cost-of-living FREEZE…

Opposition in all things…

My wife and I, and my parents went to the Mt. Timpanogos temple last night. It was a good experience. My parents leave for a mission for the LDS church on Monday. They are going to be serving in the Office in the Baltimore Maryland. It was good to be able to go to the Temple one more time with them before they leave. We are heading up to Bountiful on Sunday for their setting apart, and then the kids will probably not see their Grandparents for the next 18 months while they server the Lord.

While I was in …

The Battle Lines are drawn… Yet AGAIN.

There is a newspaper in St George Utah called the Spectrum. They recently rejected a wedding announcement. The announcement was of a Gay couple, now living in San Fransisco for a wedding that happened June 17, 2008.

Now that the paper has said no, GLADD is now going to start calling their advertisers and try to have them pull their ads from the news paper. Because they feel that the advertisers should support diversity.

We should all now send an email to the spectrum and let them know that we as NON GLADD supporters think that they did the right …

My emergency room visit….

The other day, I needed to go to the emergency room.It also works at the DMV, the Welfare Office, and the Laundromat

Not wanting to sit there for 4 hours, I put on my old Army fatigues and stuck a patch on the front of my shirt that I had purchased off the Internet.

When I went into the E.R., 3/4 of the people got up and left.I guess they decided they weren’t that sick after all. It cut at least 3 hours off my waiting time.

Here’s the patch. Feel free to use it the next time you’re …