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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Maybe you should read this

On a tip from my brother Gary

Mark Levin said if Barry is reelected it's tantamount to national suicide.
 Well here is something additional of such catastrophic proportion, yet probably, has never been thought about by most Americans.

Columnist Andrew McCarthy gives us what

probably is the most important question regarding the upcoming presidential

election: appointments to the Supreme Court.

"If Mitt wins the nomination, I will

enthusiastically support his candidacy. For my friends who have hesitation on

that score, I’d just ask you to keep these things in mind:

1. Justice Scalia is 76.

2. Justice Kennedy is 76. 

3. Justice Breyer is 73.

4. Justice Ginsburg is 79.  In addition, Justice Ginsburg has had bouts with Cancer.

The next president could appoint as many as 4

new Justices over the next 4 years, or over the next 8 years if a new President

gets a second term. This election is about much more than the ObamaCare Tax.

Whomever we elect as president in November is

almost certainly going to choose at least one new member of the Supreme Court,

in addition to hundreds of other life-tenured federal judges, all of whom will

be making momentous decisions about our lives for decades to come."

If you don’t think it matters whether the guy

making those calls is Mitt Romney or Barack Obama, THINK AGAIN.

So for anybody who is thinking of not

voting because your favorite didn’t get nominated, or writing in a candidate

who can't win, imagine this:


After you have stopped gasping, kindly send this

to your list of concerned citizens.

"In God We Trust"

Remember, we already went this route:

and this

Don't let it happen again.


Monday, August 6, 2012

Attention Liberals

This would make a mighty fine addition to your bumper sticker collection. It could go between... the Cash For Clunkers.. and Forward.

Be the envy of your fellow liberals. Call 1- 800 help support Barry.
 Order Now!

Kiss In at Chick-Fil-A 
Gay rights activists staged a 'kiss day' at Chick-fil-A outlets nationwide Friday amid a controversy over CEO Dan Cathy's stance against same-sex marriages.
Photographer: Chris Audick, CNN

Barry...the first Black, Muslim, Gay, Christian, Marxist president.

And he did.

He's everything to everybody!


Thursday, August 2, 2012

Chick-fil-A confirms 'record-setting day' on 'Appreciation Day'

Chick-fil-A was so inspired they introduced a new sandwich called the Rahm Emanuel. It's simply a wiener that cums in a bun. When the CEO was asked why they came up with that when their known for chicken he responded...  

We wanted to embrace Chicago values. 

He tried to give America the middle finger and failed at that too.

Chick-fil-A announced Thursday morning that supporters who flocked to the restaurant for "Appreciation Day" propelled the company to a "record-setting day." 

The statement confirmed anecdotal claims that the long lines seen at Chick-fil-A's across the country Wednesday fueled unprecedented sales. The turnout came after CEO Dan Cathy came under fire in some circles for his opposition to same-sex marriage. 

"We are very grateful and humbled by the incredible turnout of loyal Chick-fil-A customers on August 1 at Chick-fil-A restaurants around the country. We congratulate local Chick-fil-A Owner/Operators and their team members for striving to serve each and every customer with genuine hospitality," the company said in a statement. "While we don't release exact sales numbers, we can confirm reports that it was a record-setting day." 

Mike Huckabee, the former Arkansas governor and Fox News host who initially made the call for patrons to show up for "Appreciation Day," also said Thursday that the turnout went beyond "anything I could have imagined."

Huckabee said the call for an "Appreciation Day" was in response to what he described as "economic bullying" by people trying to put Cathy "out of business." 

"It was just getting out of hand," Huckabee said. 

The protests against Cathy included local mayors threatening to keep the restaurant out of their city. 

But on Wednesday, stores were packed and lines poured into the streets. 

"It's gone beyond anything I could have imagined," Huckabee told Fox News. "Every one of (the stores) that I know have reported record, historic sales yesterday. ... A lot of the stores ran out of chicken before the end of the day." 

Critics of Chick-fil-A argue that the company's opposition to gay marriage goes well beyond Cathy's statements. Over the years, its philanthropic wing, WinShape, has donated millions of dollars to outside organizations that actively lobby against efforts to legalize same-sex marriage. 

But Huckabee said when he's doing business with any company, "I'm not buying their politics. I'm buying their product. " 

Huckabee said one demographic, though, wasn't thrilled about Wednesday's turnout: "Actually I don't think the chickens were too happy about the day. They really gave their lives in mass numbers."


Chick-fil-A overwhelmed by show of support

I'm not trying to over play this, but what you are witnessing is the foreshadowing of the upcoming election. The Teaparty is prominent. But what people forget is the elusive, unseen, "silent majority" which everyone has forgotten about and left for dead. In the polls, Gallup, Rasmussen, etc they are undetectable. But they will speak loudly November 6th. Mark my words, Romney will win, certainly not by a landslide, but by more then anyone anticipated.

Don't see this everyday.

Later the powers that be made the franchise owner take it down.


Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Milton Friedman takes Phil Donahue to the woodshed

On a tip from Ed Kilbane

Classic Friedman