Sunday, September 06, 2009

Neandercon - What does it mean?

I keep seeing this term used by some of my Democratic friends and not wanting to look like a stupid Republican, I decided to research this term Neandercon on my own.

Of course the first thing I do is Google Neandercon. No luck it apparently has no definition as it is not a real word. So next I Wiki. No luck. Several web references but nothing that has helped me define this word.

I go through Twitter were I first noticed Neandercon no luck their either. Dems are using it liberally but no clues to what it means.

Then I found this.

Ten signs you've been seated next to a family of Neandercons.

1. As you enter the restaurant you notice a family getting out of a car that is plastered with dozens of pro-life bumper stickers…..but through most of your meal, you get to hear them bitch about how girls like your very young, apparently single, very pregnant waitress shouldn’t be allowed to have kids and that illegal immigrants, foreigners, gays, liberals etc, etc, should be lined up and shot.

2. When the meal arrives, the family bows their heads and the man at the head of the table leads the family in prayer, which begins with, “Dear Lord, we thank you and George W.”

3. A man stops by their table to say “Hello” and upon mentioning that’s he’s about to leave town for a fishing trip, he’s immediately asked “Casting or dynamiting?”

4. One of the children at the table asks “Daddy Joe” for the steak sauce.

5. After a child spills his milk at the table, he is told not to worry about it, it is Bill & Hillary Clinton’s fault.

6. While talking to his wife and children about the sanctity of marriage becoming the “Jack” of family values in America. “Daddy Joe” can’t keep his eyes off the large breast of the very young, very pregnant single waitress as she passes behind them on her way back to the kitchen. You suddenly grateful that after your experience with him at the urinal, he didn't pinch your ass too!

7. Your children learn more graphic details about gay sex from over hearing the parents rant against gays and “what they’re teaching kids in public schools these days “ then they would have learned watching 'Brokeback Mountain'.

8. By the end of your meal. You’ve heard a more complete list of who’s going to hell that God himself has yet to oblige and you’re on it at least 7 times.

9. After bellowing loudly for a full 30 minutes about how they could do a better job of regulating social security than the government their debit card is declined.

10. After requiring more service from your waitress than any other three tables in the restaurant they leave a $2 tip for the very young, very pregnant waitress.
(This is not an exact copy of what I found on the web. I cleaned it up a bit a re-phrased a few of the sentences and used language that I thought was a tad funnier.)

Tote bags I copied from for sale at this web site. -

I am so relieved to discover I am not a Neander-con family. I do not fall into this category at all. Maybe a little bit. We do joke from time to time about fishing with dynamite but what good old southern fisherman hasn't had thoughts about that method of fishing.

If I was to take an educated guess Neandercon is the word used for uneducated, hypocritical backwoods sometime Christian male which apparently to some Dems represent a large part of the Rep party????? maybe??

What do you think?

Then I found this - Extinction of the Neandercon
.....this is funny.

The two most important events in all of mankind's history were:
1. The invention of beer by Liberals and...
2. The invention of the wheel (by Liberals again)
The wheel was invented to get man to the beer,
and beer to the man. Prior to the invention of the wheel,
beer was lugged about by Conservatives in hollowed out
These two events formed the foundation of modern civilization and
together were the catalyst for the splitting of humanity into two
distinct subgroups:
1. Liberals
2. Conservatives.
Once Liberals invented beer , it required grain which
led to the beginning of agriculture.
Neither the glass bottle nor aluminum can were
invented yet, so while our early human ancestors were sitting around
waiting for these items to be invented, they just stayed close to the
That's how villages were formed.
Some men spent their days chasing and killing varmints
so they could have varmints to eat. But not for this simplistic
endeavour, these men would have starved to death.
This was the beginning of what is known as
the Conservative movement.
Other men who were more intelligent learned that they
could use the beer they invented to get the simple
minded Conservatives do almost anything. Unfortunately,
fetching, varmints was about all that the Conservatives were
good for.

Extinction of the Neandercon


Then this

The Neandercon oath - First, do harm.

From: humbubba@xxxxxxxxx (Rick Hohensee)
Date: Fri, 06 Jan 2006 08:51:53 -0000

Apparently there is a NeanderConLand but... 'you can't find a neandercon in a haystack without the proper coordinates' ..... — The Gazetteer

But I finally found my answer in this article....a Canadian explanation.

Definition - The neo-conservative movement.

Okay maybe I am a bit of a Neander-con but I am always open to new ideas just not ones run by the government.

Friday, September 04, 2009

President Obama's Speech Sept. 8 2009

Read article Attached.......

I am a little puzzled by all the hoopla on this one. As far as our president giving a speech to our school children and encouraging them to work harder and succeed as adults, I am all for it. President Bush did something similar years ago along with Mrs. Bush to encourage education and reading. I remember this and was all for it. Children need this type of encouragement and I am sure Pres. Obama will do just as good a job if not better. He has two children and he understands the worries and responsibility of raising children in our world today. However, not all children have the luxury of two parents and those children need someone to look up to. They need a role model and I see nothing wrong with looking up to our President as a model of what a good education can accomplish.

I am a little puzzled by the reaction of some of the members of the Republican party. Being a registered republican and not always agreeing with our President's policies, I am very confused by all the doom and warnings of a presidential brainwashing. I know there are some shady propaganda programs being pushed by some pro-Obama groups but I have to tip my hat to there ingenuity and thinking outside the box to push there agenda. Is it illegal? I don't think so. Are they using public funds to push this propaganda? Possibly but until I see proof I will with hold my opinion.

Personally, as a registered republican my party needs to make me happy by finding cures to improve the government mismanagement. Unfortunately mismanagement needs to start at home with our local governments and at the top at the federal level. We can't keep throwing money at a problem and expect it to work unless of course it is education. If the government wants to throw money at our children and young adults to better their education. Go for it. In the mean time I wait anxiously for Sept 8 for our Presidents speech.