Sunday, February 08, 2009


Hello Y'all:
It has been a long time since I have posted and I am sure that all 3 of you regular readers have about given up on me. I haven't died, (much to the chagrin of the leftard liberals), and I am not incarcerated, (much to my enjoyment). I have been busy. Do you have any idea at all how busy a 68 year old retiree is these days? Just keeping track of the days is a chore, (let's see,,, 6 saturdays and a day of rest each week,,,,,), plus remembering to take all the drugs that the VA wants me to take, plus, not forgetting to pick up the grandkid after school on wednesday; well, you get the picture.
But seriously, I have really been so busy that I just don't have time to feel sorry for myself, to wish that I had something to do, or somewhere to go. I am the "hand" on a 40 acre rural property here in the Florida panhandle, Chief designer and doer on a high custom remodel on the farmhouse on the place, training my dog and a couple of others in extreme security technique, and doing my computer thing.
The computer thing consists on writing this blogspot, that I am way behind in, designing and posting my custom designs in my online shop at:, and reading and commenting at the best of the best in mil-blogs, conservative blogs, and some special interest blogs. I am a supporter of our troops, first responders, and, OMG, those Private Contractors.
Recent events suggest that I will be having some new visitors here at Frankly Opinionated Blogspot, and I welcome you. Please read a little and see who I am to you. And before you leave, please, for your own interest, copy my link above so that you can visit my online apparel and gear shop.
Now to describe my shop a little bit:
When you click in, on the front page, will be blocks suggesting the content in each section. For instance, In Military, you'll see military stuff, Imagine that! I opened the shop to do "Attitudes", but have widened the theme greatly. Some of the stuff sells very well, others are so-so. As you look around, if you see something that you like, keep in mind that for no extra cost, I will personalize it for you. Like, you e-mail me telling me which design interests you, and what you'd like to see as a name, I do it up, reply to your e-mail telling you where in the shop it is located and you get your credit card out and shop, shop, shop. I never, ever charge for a new design if it will be used in my shop. I can use Photos in the designs that I do, and will work with nearly any theme, (NO LEFTARD LIBERAL CRAP though), and do the draft until you are satisfied with my offering. I am an artist, so you won't find "copy art" at my shop. Perhaps a little plagarizing of the word here and there, but the design will be original.
I offer only top quality clothing, mugs, and such. If you are looking for cheap, go to the Dollar Store, they'll oblige you.
Again, you can find my designs on apparel and gear at: ,
The profits from several of the sections are committed to various endeavors, such as troop support, or other interests. I am not a company, just one old dude with a very large, very hungry dog who think that I am some sort of GOD.
Thank you for stopping by, leave a comment, and by all means SUPPORT THE TROOPS and others who are "IN HARMS WAY"!
Don't give up yer guns!
Frankie Cee


At 8:43 PM, Blogger Fallen' Angel said...

It's about time you got back to blogging and damn good to see you back writing again!

Welcome Home!

At 4:05 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm blogging again, as well. You came by my site some time back and left a comment. Stop on by again, I decided blogging is something I want to do.

I, too, am teeming with readers; I have virtually ones of them!

At 8:46 PM, Blogger Jonathon said...

109th Congress
Obama sponsored 152 bills and resolutions brought before the 109th Congress in 2005 and 2006, and cosponsored another 427.[57][58] Obama took an active role in the Senate's drive for improved border security and immigration reform. Beginning in 2005, Obama co-sponsored the "Secure America and Orderly Immigration Act" introduced by Sen. John McCain (R-AZ).[59] He later added three amendments to S. 2611, the "Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act," sponsored by Sen. Arlen Specter (R-PA).[60][61] S. 2611 passed the Senate in May 2006, but failed to gain majority support in the U.S. House of Representatives.[62] In September 2006, Obama supported a related bill, the Secure Fence Act, authorizing construction of fencing and other security improvements along the United States–Mexico border.[63] President Bush signed the Secure Fence Act into law in October 2006, calling it "an important step toward immigration reform."[64]
Senate bill sponsors Tom Coburn (R-OK) and Obama discuss the Coburn-Obama Transparency Act.[65]Partnering first with Sen. Richard Lugar (R-IN), and then with Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK), Obama successfully introduced two initiatives bearing his name. "Lugar-Obama" expands the Nunn-Lugar cooperative threat reduction concept to conventional weapons, including shoulder-fired missiles and anti-personnel mines.[66][67] The "Coburn-Obama Transparency Act" provides for a web site, managed by the Office of Management and Budget, listing all organizations receiving Federal funds from 2007 onward, and providing breakdowns by the agency allocating the funds, the dollar amount given, and the purpose of the grant or contract.[68][69] In December 2006, President Bush signed into law the "Democratic Republic of the Congo Relief, Security, and Democracy Promotion Act," marking the first federal legislation to be enacted with Obama as its primary sponsor.[70]
As a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Obama made official trips to Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. In August 2005, he traveled to Russia, Ukraine, and Azerbaijan. The trip focused on strategies to control the world's supply of conventional weapons, biological weapons, and weapons of mass destruction as a first defense against potential terrorist attacks.[71] Following meetings with U.S. military in Kuwait and Iraq in January 2006, Obama visited Jordan, Israel, and the Palestinian territories. At a meeting with Palestinian students two weeks before Hamas won the legislative election, Obama warned that "the U.S. will never recognize winning Hamas candidates unless the group renounces its fundamental mission to eliminate Israel."[72] He left for his third official trip in August 2006, traveling to South Africa, Kenya, Djibouti, Ethiopia and Chad. In a nationally televised speech at the University of Nairobi, he spoke forcefully on the influence of ethnic rivalries and corruption in Kenya.[73] The speech touched off a public debate among rival leaders, some formally challenging Obama's remarks as unfair and improper, others defending his positions.[74][75]
110th Congress
In the first month of the newly Democratic-controlled 110th Congress, Obama worked with Russ Feingold (D–WI) to eliminate gifts of travel on corporate jets by lobbyists to members of Congress and require disclosure of bundled campaign contributions under the "Honest Leadership and Open Government Act", which was signed into law in September 2007.[76] He joined Charles Schumer (D-NY) in sponsoring S. 453, a bill to criminalize deceptive practices in federal elections, including fraudulent flyers and automated phone calls, as witnessed in the 2006 midterm elections.[77] Obama's energy initiatives scored pluses and minuses with environmentalists, who welcomed his sponsorship with John McCain (R-AZ) of a climate change bill to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by two-thirds by 2050, but were skeptical of his support for a bill promoting liquefied coal production.[78] Obama also introduced the "Iraq War De-Escalation Act", a bill to cap troop levels in Iraq, begin phased redeployment, and remove all combat brigades from Iraq before April 2008.[79]
Later in 2007, Obama sponsored with Kit Bond (R-MO) an amendment to the 2008 Defense Authorization Act adding safeguards for personality disorder military discharges, and calling for a review by the Government Accounting Office following reports that the procedure had been used inappropriately to reduce government costs.[80] He sponsored the "Iran Sanctions Enabling Act" supporting divestment of state pension funds from Iran's oil and gas industry,[81] and joined Chuck Hagel (R-NE) in introducing legislation to reduce risks of nuclear terrorism. A provision from the Obama-Hagel bill was passed by Congress in December 2007 as an amendment to the State-Foreign Operations appropriations bill.[82] Obama also sponsored a Senate amendment to the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) to provide one year of job protection for family members caring for soldiers with combat-related injuries.[83] After passing both houses of Congress with bipartisan majorities, SCHIP was vetoed by President Bush in early October 2007, a move Obama said "shows a callousness of priorities that is offensive to the ideals we hold as Americans."[84].

At 10:39 AM, Blogger "Frankly Opinionated" said...

Can't find a way to get back to you. On the above on the Obamessiah- Which of those do you feel benefit Americans? Which are even worth a shit? Border Fence? Snowjob! Legislated a fence, but didn't fund it. Just something for the sheeple that think he is something. Africa? What? Of course the President vetoed his pork-laden bills.
Like I have said- He is an empty suit with no accomplishments. He has less accomplishments than Hillary has experience. But duck the sniper fire cause it could be uncle in the attic firing at the fallen soldiers that Obamessiah sees sitting in the audience.
Next time you comment leave a way to get back to you, like I did so that you could follow me here.
nuf sed

At 6:22 PM, Blogger "Frankly Opinionated" said...

Just in case one Richard Wheeler, Liberal supporter of empty suits should happen by: I do check things here every few days. Just in case......
nuf sed

At 9:02 AM, Blogger The Mad Jewess said...

Hi Frankly :) I FINALLY found your BLOG!
I am making one over here, because of all the gadgets :) LOVE the GADGETS!
The above is a horses a$$ person.
Obama is a DISASTER.
I added you straightawar to this Blogroll on my BlogSpot.

At 10:00 PM, Blogger Bruno said...

Frankie, Your fan community grew again. Looking forward to our trip down south!


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