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Sunday, October 31, 2010

US voter top 10 hit list

As you can see they have a propensity for using the finger. Lets give them the finger November 2nd! 

Listed in order of duplicity in an endeavor to destroy this country.

Hope+Change= Socialism

Nancy  "you have to vote for it to find out what's in it"  Pelosi

Harry  "the war is lost'  Reid

Barney "Fannie and Freddie are basically sound"  Frank

Chuck "Democrats don't relate to middle class people"  Schumer

Barbara "Call me Senator" Boxer

Dennis  "I'm voting no on the healthcare bill"  Kucinich

Alan  "The Republican plan is to die early"  Grayson

 Pete  "The more debt we owe, the wealthier we are" Stark 

  John  "I think there has been an exaggeration of the terrorist threat".  Kerry

  Russ  "The law (Healthcare) is going to look pretty damn good in two years”  Feingold

And the grand finale. The Democrats  in our own house  give Mexican president — Felipe Calderon a standing ovation after he rips Arizona a new one over the SB1070 immigration bill.

Despicable bastards... does not even begin to cover it!


Friday, October 29, 2010

We're traveling to another dimension

Court Strikes Down Key Clause in AZ Voter ID Law

As usual McCain sits in the background doing nothing. Arizonians... you brought this on yourself when you re-elected this asshole.

Let me see if I got this straight.  In the future illegals don't have to show proof of citizenship to vote. They only have to swear they are citizens... under penalty of perjury. This assumes they have the utmost respect for our laws.  In which case if they had any they wouldn't be here to begin with. In essence illegals will be allowed to vote out the very people who are trying to get rid of them! 

Our next stop the Twilight Zone

Federal Appeals Court Rules that Arizona Law Requiring Proof of Citizenship During Voter Registration is Unconstitutional

(AP) A federal appeals court on Tuesday struck down a key part of Arizona's law requiring voters to prove they are citizens before registering to vote and to show identification before casting ballots.

The decision by a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found the law requiring voters to prove their citizenship while registering is inconsistent with the National Voter Registration Act. That federal law allows voters to fill out a mail-in voter registration card and swear they are citizens under penalty of perjury, but doesn't require them to show proof as Arizona's law does.

The ruling left in place a requirement that voters provide proof of identity when casting ballots.

Lawyers for several civil rights groups that sued argued thousands of Arizonans have had their federal registration forms rejected because they failed to provide other documents required by the state. That violates the federal law, they argued.

The state law in question, Proposition 200, was passed by voters in 2004. It required proof of citizenship during voter registration and of identity at the polls, and also while receiving certain state benefits.

It has been upheld by state and federal courts until Tuesday's decision.

I can smell Holder in the background.

In a statement, one of the attorneys who argued the case said his group was "elated" by the decision.

"This will enable the many poor people in Arizona who lack driver's licenses and birth certificates to register to vote," said Jon Greenbaum, legal director for the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.

If you're born in this country how can you not have a birth certificate? Unless...of're the President of the United States. 

Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard's office issued a statement saying it intends to ask a full panel of 9th Circuit judges to reconsider the case.

The ruling applies only to voter registration and the deadline for voting in the Nov. 2 general election has passed, so it will have no practical effect on voting, the statement said.

Appeals Court Judge Sandra S. Ikuta's opinion was joined by retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, who heard the case as a temporary appeals court judge. Ikuta said the federal voter registration law laid out specific requirements for the mail-in registration form that the state can't make more onerous.


Thursday, October 28, 2010

I'm 63 and I'm Tired

Robert A. Hall is the actor who plays the coroner on CSI if you watch that show. He also is a Marine Vietnam War veteran.

This should be required reading for every man, woman and child in the United States of America .

"I'm 63 and I'm Tired"
by Robert A. Hall

I'm 63. Except for one semester in college when jobs were scarce and a six-month period when I was between jobs, but job-hunting every day, I've worked hard since I was 18. Despite some health challenges, I still put in 50-hour weeks, and haven't called in sick in seven or eight years. I make a good salary, but I didn't inherit my job or my income, and I worked to get where I am. Given the economy, there's no retirement in sight, and I'm tired. Very tired.

I'm tired of being told that I have to "spread the wealth" to people who don't have my work ethic. I'm tired of being told the government will take the money I earned, by force if necessary, and give it to people too lazy to earn it.

I'm tired of being told that I have to pay more taxes to "keep people in their homes." Sure, if they lost their jobs or got sick, I'm willing to help. But if they bought McMansions at three times the price of our paid-off, $250,000 condo, on one-third of my salary, then let the left-wing Congress-critters who passed Fannie and Freddie and the Community Reinvestment Act that created the bubble help them with their own money.

I'm tired of being told how bad America is by left-wing millionaires like Michael Moore, George Soros and Hollywood Entertainers who live in luxury because of the opportunities America offers. In thirty years, if they get their way, the United States will have the economy of Zimbabwe, the freedom of the press of China the crime and violence of Mexico, the tolerance for Christian people of Iran, and the freedom of speech of Venezuela.

I'm tired of being told that Islam is a "Religion of Peace," when every day I can read dozens of stories of Muslim men killing their sisters, wives and daughters for their family "honor"; of Muslims rioting over some slight offense; of Muslims murdering Christian and Jews because they aren't "believers"; of Muslims burning schools for girls; of Muslims stoning teenage rape victims to death for "adultery"; of Muslims mutilating the genitals of little girls; all in the name of Allah, because the Qur'an and Shari'a law tells them to.

I'm tired of being told that "race doesn't matter" in the post-racial world of Obama, when it's all that matters in affirmative action jobs, lower college admission and graduation standards for minorities (harming them the most), government contract set-asides, tolerance for the ghetto culture of violence and fatherless children that hurts minorities more than anyone, and in the appointment of U.S. Senators from Illinois.

I think it's very cool that we have a black president and that a black child is doing her homework at the desk where Lincoln wrote the Emancipation Proclamation. I just wish the black president was Condi Rice, or someone who believes more in freedom and the individual and less arrogantly of an all-knowing government.

I'm tired of a news media that thinks Bush's fundraising and inaugural expenses were obscene, but thinks that Obama's, at triple the cost, were wonderful; that thinks Bush exercising daily was a waste of presidential time, but Obama exercising is a great example for the public to control weight and stress; that picked over every line of Bush's military records, but never demanded that Kerry release his; that slammed Palin, with two years as governor, for being too inexperienced for VP, but touted Obama with three years as senator as potentially the best president ever. Wonder why people are dropping their subscriptions or switching to Fox News? Get a clue. I didn't vote for Bush in 2000, but the media and Kerry drove me to his camp in 2004.

I'm tired of being told that out of "tolerance for other cultures" we must let Saudi Arabia use our oil money to fund mosques and mandrassa Islamic schools to preach hate in America, while no American group is allowed to fund a church, synagogue or religious school in Saudi Arabia to teach love and tolerance.

I'm tired of being told I must lower my living standard to fight global warming, which no one is allowed to debate. My wife and I live in a two-bedroom apartment and carpool together five miles to our jobs. We also own a three-bedroom condo where our daughter and granddaughter live. Our carbon footprint is about 5% of Al Gore's, and if you're greener than Gore, you're green enough.

I'm tired of being told that drug addicts have a disease, and I must help support and treat them, and pay for the damage they do. Did a giant germ rush out of a dark alley, grab them, and stuff white powder up their noses while they tried to fight it off? I don't think Gay people choose to be Gay, but I #@*# sure think druggies chose to take drugs. And I'm tired of harassment from cool people treating me like a freak when I tell them I never tried marijuana.

I'm tired of illegal aliens being called "undocumented workers," especially the ones who aren't working, but are living on welfare or crime. What's next? Calling drug dealers, "Undocumented Pharmacists"? And, no, I'm not against Hispanics. Most of them are Catholic, and it's been a few hundred years since Catholics wanted to kill me for my religion. I'm willing to fast track for citizenship any Hispanic person, who can speak English, doesn't have a criminal record and who is self-supporting without family on welfare, or who serves honorably for three years in our military.... Those are the citizens we need.

I'm tired of latte liberals and journalists, who would never wear the uniform of the Republic themselves, or let their entitlement-handicapped kids near a recruiting station, trashing our military. They and their kids can sit at home, never having to make split-second decisions under life and death circumstances, and bad mouth better people than themselves. Do bad things happen in war? You bet. Do our troops sometimes misbehave? Sure. Does this compare with the atrocities that were the policy of our enemies for the last fifty years and still are? Not even close. So here's the deal. I'll let myself be subjected to all the humiliation and abuse that was heaped on terrorists at Abu Ghraib or Gitmo, and the critics can let themselves be subject to captivity by the Muslims, who tortured and beheaded Daniel Pearl in Pakistan, or the Muslims who tortured and murdered Marine Lt. Col. William Higgins in Lebanon, or the Muslims who ran the blood-spattered Al Qaeda torture rooms our troops found in Iraq, or the Muslims who cut off the heads of schoolgirls in Indonesia, because the girls were Christian. Then we'll compare notes. British and American soldiers are the only troops in history that civilians came to for help and handouts, instead of hiding from in fear.

I'm tired of people telling me that their party has a corner on virtue and the other party has a corner on corruption. Read the papers; bums are bipartisan. And I'm tired of people telling me we need bipartisanship. I live in Illinois, where the "Illinois Combine" of Democrats has worked to loot the public for years. Not to mention the tax cheats in Obama's cabinet.

I'm tired of hearing wealthy athletes, entertainers and politicians of both parties talking about innocent mistakes, stupid mistakes or youthful mistakes, when we all know they think their only mistake was getting caught. I'm tired of people with a sense of entitlement, rich or poor.

Speaking of poor, I'm tired of hearing people with air-conditioned homes, color TVs and two cars called poor. The majority of Americans didn't have that in 1970, but we didn't know we were "poor." The poverty pimps have to keep changing the definition of poor to keep the dollars flowing.

I'm real tired of people who don't take responsibility for their lives and actions. I'm tired of hearing them blame the government, or discrimination or big-whatever for their problems.

Yes, I'm #@*% tired. But I'm also glad to be 63. Because, mostly, I'm not going to have to see the world these people are making. I'm just sorry for my granddaughter.

Robert A. Hall is a Marine Vietnam veteran who served five terms in the Massachusetts State Senate.

There is no way this will be widely publicized.

This is your chance to make a difference. 


Wednesday, October 27, 2010

This is incredible!!!

Meg Whitman is trailing her opponent Jerry Brown in the California gubernatorial race by 13 points. How is this possible? California is swimming in debt and Brown admits when he was governor (1975-1983).....    "it was all a lie he did not have a plan for California"

I ain't making this stuff up.

Whitman ought to interject this into a campaign commercial.


Monday, October 25, 2010

Call Me Senator


Sunday, October 24, 2010

Lest You Forget In November

The Barney Shuffle

Harry Reid Takes Credit For Saving The World


Tuesday, October 19, 2010

A Cancer grows in Europe

Germany's Merkel: Multiculturalism Is Kaput

Chancellor Angela Merkel tells a meeting of her Christian Democratic Union that immigrants are welcome in Germany but need to learn the language and...

Chancellor Angela Merkel tells a meeting of her Christian Democratic Union that immigrants are welcome in Germany but need to learn the language.

National Identity: Germany's leader confronts head-on the consequences of essentially open borders and virtually unrestricted immigration to German society. What they have there, she says, is a failure to assimilate.

(Tip: She ain't talking about Mexicans)

Mention controlling the flow of immigration here and you're branded a "nativist" consumed with xenophobia — fear of foreigners. We're a nation of immigrants, we are told. We have an iconic symbol, the Statue of Liberty, that beckons the world's huddled masses yearning to breathe free.

We are deluged with slogans such as compassion doesn't stop at the border. We're told that our society will suffer if we don't let in those willing to do the jobs we are not willing to do. We are told to follow the example of enlightened Europeans who had forsaken national hubris to become, as President Obama once told a throng in Berlin he was, citizens of the world.

Does something ring a bell here. Isn't this the same bullshit liberals are dishing out!

"Wait a minute!" Angela Merkel told a gathering of younger members of her conservative Christian Democratic Union party on Saturday. National identity is important, and while those who seek to become integrated members of our society are welcome, Merkel said "the approach (to build) a (multicultural) society and to live side-by-side and to enjoy each other ... has failed, utterly failed."

Considering Germany's history, this is a touchy subject. Yet a debate has ignited between the need for foreign workers in a country whose population, like the rest of Europe's, is at or below replacement level and the need to retain a national identity.

"Germany needs more qualified immigration to maintain its economic advantage and deal with the developments," Volker Beck, a lawmaker with the opposition Greens Party said Sunday. The problem there, as here, is that most of Germany's immigrants tend to be low-skilled and tend to derive more in benefits than they contribute to a German society they are reluctant to be absorbed into.

(Sound familiar?)

Germany's population now includes around 5 million Muslims, which has raised the issue of their own-brand of "home-grown" terrorism. Germany recently closed the Taiba mosque in Hamburg, a place frequented by some of the 9/11 attackers.

It was searched by police and shut down because German authorities believed it was again being used as a meeting point for Islamist radicals. Mohamed Atta, as well as Marwan Al-Shehhi and Ziad Jarrah, studied in Hamburg and frequented the mosque.

The debate about immigration and assimilation rages throughout Europe, which recently witnessed the trial of Dutch politician Geert Wilders for "hate speech" for openly questioning his country's open immigration policies. Hundreds of thousands of Muslim immigrants have been allowed into the Netherlands with no intention of ever becoming Dutch.

It's colonization stupid!
 Mini Yemen and Afghanistan's sprouting throughout Europe. Watered, fed, and kept alive by liberals.


Saturday, October 16, 2010

What---No Shovel Ready Projects!!!

Remember all those video clips of Obama singing the praises of shovel ready projects to the tune of 800 billion?

Now the Messiah comes clean and admits:

 “there’s no such thing as shovel-ready projects.”

(except for one)

Throughout the 2009 stimulus debate early in his term, President Barack Obama and other Democrats argue it was time to put America to work with the aid of the government and so-called “shovel-ready jobs.” But in a startling admission in an interview with The New York Times’ White House correspondent Peter Baker, Obama said “there’s no such thing as shovel-ready projects.”

We all know what Obama is really shoveling.

Kraut hits the nail on the head

I've always wondered where they find those idiots who stand behind the Messiah in support every time he gives a speech.  Anyone know?


Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Forget Rasmussen and Gallup

This is the most accurate "poll" you're ever going to get!

George Soros, the ultra liberal progressive billionaire financier who was successful in swaying elections  as a Democratic donor in the last several election cycles is sitting this one out. He is not feeling optimistic about Democratic prospects.

Asked if the prospect of Republican control of one or both houses of Congress concerned him, he said:

 “It does, because I think they are pushing the wrong policies, but I’m not in a position to stop it. I don’t believe in standing in the way of an avalanche.”


Monday, October 11, 2010

It's about time

New Subpoenas in Edwards Campaign Probe

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Federal prosecutors have issued a fresh round of subpoenas for a probe into John Edwards' campaign finances, an attorney for the two-time presidential candidate said Wednesday.

Lawyer Wade Smith said he has learned from other attorneys and other sources that several new subpoenas were issued. Smith said Edwards didn't violate any law.

"We want them to look as carefully as they wish," said Smith, who declined to discuss who got subpoenas and what they were seeking.

The subpoenas indicate signs of life for an investigation that hasn't publicly shown activity for a year. Edwards mistress Rielle Hunter and former aide Andrew Young made appearances at the federal courthouse in Raleigh a year ago to testify before a grand jury.

Young says he testified about vast sums of money that changed hands to help keep Hunter in hiding.

Edwards, a former North Carolina senator and 2004 Democratic candidate for vice president, has largely been in seclusion since admitting two years ago that he had an affair with Hunter. He publicly admitted for the first time earlier this year he fathered her child. John and Elizabeth Edwards have separated after more than 30 years of marriage.

Hunter worked for Edwards' political action committee in 2006, shooting behind-the-scenes video as the Democrat prepared to launch his second White House campaign. The committee paid her video production firm $100,000 that year and then another $14,000 later on in what a senior campaign official described as a payment for leftover footage.

Young has said he was tasked with taking care of Hunter both during the campaign and after. He described receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars in support from Edwards supporter Bunny Mellon, the wealthy widow of banking heir Paul Mellon, and from Edwards campaign finance leader Fred Baron, who died last year.

Young said Wednesday he has not received another subpoena.

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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Why Is George W still doing this?

On a tip from
Ed Kilbane
Senior National Correspondent

Here's an opinion piece by Chuck Green who writes "Greener Pastures" for the Denver Post Aurora of the more liberal papers in the country. Additionally, Mr. Green is a life long this is rather a stunning piece... 

Obama is victim of Bush's failed promises
Greener Pastures Column -- 5/ 15/10 

Barack Obama is setting a record-setting number of records during his first year in office.
Largest budget ever. Largest deficit ever. Largest number of broken promises ever. Most self-serving speeches ever. Largest number of agenda-setting failures ever. Fastest dive in popularity ever.

Wow! Talk about change.

Just one year ago, fresh from his inauguration celebrations, President Obama was flying high. After one of the nation's most inspiring political campaigns, the election of America's first black president had captured the hopes and dreams of millions. To his devout followers, it was inconceivable that a year later his administration would be gripped in self-imposed crisis.

Of course, they don't see it as self-imposed. It's all George Bush's fault.

George Bush, who doesn't have a vote in congress and who no longer occupies the White House, is to blame for it all.

He broke Obama's promise to put all bills on the White House web site for five days before signing them.

He broke Obama's promise to have the congressional health care negotiations broadcast live on C-SPAN.

He broke Obama's promise to end earmarks.

He broke Obama's promise to keep unemployment from rising above 8 percent.

He broke Obama's promise to close the detention center at Guantanamo in the first year.

He broke Obama's promise to make peace with direct, no precondition talks with America's most hate-filled enemies during his first year in office, ushering in a new era of global cooperation.

He broke Obama's promise to end the hiring of former lobbyists into high White House jobs.

He broke Obama's promise to end no-compete contracts with the government.

He broke Obama's promise to disclose the names of all attendees at closed White House meetings.

He broke Obama's promise for a new era of bipartisan cooperation in all matters.

He broke Obama's promise to have chosen a home church to attend Sunday services with his family by Easter of last year.

Yes, it's all George Bush's fault. President Obama is nothing more than a puppet in the never-ending failed Bush administration.
If only George Bush wasn't still in charge, all of President Obama's problems would be solved. His promises would have been kept, the economy would be back on track, Iran would have stopped its work on developing a nuclear bomb and would be negotiating a peace treaty with Israel. North Korea would have ended its tyrannical regime, and integrity would have been restored to the federal government.

Oh, and did I mention what it would be like if the Democrats, under the leadership of Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid, didn't have the heavy yoke of George Bush around their necks? There would be no ear marks, no closed-door drafting of bills, no increase in deficit spending, no special-interest influence (unions), no vote buying (Nebraska, Louisiana).

If only George Bush wasn't still in charge, we'd have real change by now.

All the broken promises, all the failed legislation and delay (health care reform, immigration reform) is not President Obama's fault or the fault of the Democrat-controlled Congress. It's all George Bush's fault.

Take for example the decision of Eric Holder, the president's attorney general, to hold terrorists' trials in New York City. Or his decision to try the Christmas Day underpants bomber as a civilian.

Two disastrous decisions.

Certainly those were bad judgments based on poor advice from George Bush.

Need more proof?

You might recall that when Scott Brown won the election to the U.S. Senate from Massachusetts , capturing "the Ted Kennedy seat", President Obama said that Brown's victory was the result of the same voter anger that propelled Obama into office in 2008. People were still angry about George Bush and the policies of the past 10 years. And they wanted change.

Yes, according to the president, the voter rebellion in Massachusetts was George Bush's fault.

Therefore, in retaliation, they elected a Republican to the Ted Kennedy seat, ending a half-century of domination by Democrats. It is all George Bush's fault.

Will the failed administration of George Bush ever end, and the time for hope and change ever arrive?

Will President Obama ever accept responsibility for something... - anything?

(Chuck Green is a veteran Colorado journalist and former editor-in-chief of The Denver Post.)