Saturday, March 27, 2010

The GOP Shoots Own Foot, Scott Brown and Condos

Some more comments about the GOP treatment of Scott Brown.

I asked this question to some fellow bloggers and how they felt about the ordeal.

Paul from mean ol meany says:

The very day after Brown was elected, I made a comment on a blog, "Is it too soon to start trashing him yet?" and I was promptly bombarded with derogatory comments about why I would want to do that. It wasn't that I wanted to, it was because I knew what was going to happen.

Let me just say this, the ONLY reason that I support Republicans is because they are NOT Democrats. The Democrat Party is the party of sheer corruption and always has been. Thomas Jefferson was a total isolationist even though he loved France to death and preferred to live there. And the Democrats have generally been anti-business. I think that Grover Cleveland was probably the last one to actually promote business, but he did it because the businessmen were paying him to do just that. Check into the amount of money that Andrew Carnegie had to pump into Cleveland's campaign to keep the unions from destroying his steel business.

The Republicans are the ONLY alternative. But still, Republicans are politicians and they are just now getting to the point of realizing that the media information is not restricted to the newspapers and the networks. They realize FINALLY that there is a majority of people in this country that has no use for the federal government except to keep our borders secure and to provide for international trade and that protection. As long as we, as Republicans, continue to run guys like Bob FRACKING Dole and John the McCainiac, we are never going to get close to having the kind of following that the corrupt Democrats have.

Brown seems to be okay, but the Republicans from Up-East lean more liberal, dang just look at Snowe and Collins. He just needs to be reminded repeatedly that there are certainly people in Massholeistan that want freedom FROM government. And it cannot be repeated enough.

I have noticed since around 1988 or so, that Conservatives actually want to legislate their platform as much or more than liberals. This is understandable, but Republicans can push that back to the states. If someone chooses to live in Cali with tax rates through the roof and no chance of anything getting better and Mexicans coming in illegally to sheet rock their entire state, that should be their choice. Or conversely, if someone chooses to live in Texas or New Hampshire (for the time being, anyway) and have lower taxes and less regulation, that is their choice, too. Competition is always a good thing and as long as the federal government runs the show trying to equalize everything, competition is UNpossible.


I agree with him, to a point. Yes, they're politicians, too. But I still believe they're fighting this Healthcare Health Insurance Company Bill on the grounds that The People don't want it.

This is the most corrupt administration I've ever seen...the backroom deals and arm-twisting this non-citizen traitor did to get his bill pass were horrendous to watch - and made me sad for this country like never before. And the liberals don't get it, they still honestly think he's "just trying to help people".

Oh, and my wife and I will most likely be making a final decision to purchase a condo today. With a baby on the way, our current digs just won't make the grade. It's so old, all day long I see things upon which I believe the baby will either paralyze, maim or kill itself.

It's a huge purchase, our first house. A little help from her parents and we'll be outta here!

Friday, March 26, 2010

My Wife Rocks!

Pretty lame, I know, but during an epic Facebook battle on politics I posted the "Fraud" image of Obama.

Here it is again, in case you missed the awesome:


She saw that and tomorrow I'll be opening a box with a nice T-shirt of that image.

I really, really, really, really can't wait to go to places like Barnes & Noble, Starbuck$ and comic book shops. Of course, I'll have to pay closer attention to the barista while he or she makes my drink.

It's gonna be a hoot.

Yeah, I said hoot. Sue me.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Stunned


I haven't posted much lately because, frankly, I'm infuriated.

So many people died for this country to give us our right to have our will be law via elected officials.

And this our anointed, fraud president is pissing on their graves.

Also, why are the Republicans angry act Scott Brown? Seriously, please tell me why.

He was not given the opportunity to vote on the bill, so how can they call him his election phony? Can someone explain this one to me? I cannot for the life of me figure it out.

It's typically the Democrats that eat their young when things go a little wrong, not the Republicans.

I hope I'm not understanding this story, I really, really, really, really do. Because right now - I'm embarrassed to be a US citizen represented by an appointed "president" and I am embarrassed to be a Republican right now.

Can someone help me figure this one out...or is the GOP honestly shooting itself in the foot the way normally reserved for leftists.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

"Obama Has Done So Much To Help Our World Image"

That's is another one the kooks like to parrot.

Check these out:

The Nobel Fraud Prize:
...a political decision of gross stupidity.


Obama's War On Israel

Obama's disgust of Israel:
"A crisis of historic proportions,"

Here, I'll Make It Easy For You


Some of you lefties are still confused as to the difference between a "Constitutional Right" and a "Privilege".

Here's a great jumping off point:

The United States Constitution - The U.S. Constitution Online - USConstitution.net.

Taxpayer money to assist President Hopey's Health Insurance Company pals is not a "Constitutional Right". It's a "Privilege". A privilege that we have a choice to grant or not to grant.

The American public decided we didn't want to afford this privilege to insurance companies, but President Hopey duped his fool voters into thinking this was some kind of Right that was being denied.

I show this video, after the jump, to prove that:

A) President Hopey's voters are mostly out to lunch lamebrains
B) It really never, ever gets old

Monday, March 22, 2010

Favorite Lefty Talking Points Today


Here were some of the gems I heard today:

When I posted on Facebook a link to Howard Roark's Courtroom Speech:

why would anybody read this,it's insulting.
You don't open up minds by insults,if anything it shuts people down.[sic]


General discussions:

hate me ...if thats what it takes to move forward, i'll take it.[sic]


i think u can't stand that fact it a democrat in office...plain and simple...[sic]


TOGETHER....why can't we try that for once? im sorry...i extend my hand..to bridge that gap ..it has to start sometime so i'll be the first...[sic]


my hand has nothing to do with ur bush...bush put america years behind..but today our prez made big steps ...what did bush do ? just think about how could u support someone who steal an election..theres just so much negative crap that has come from ur party...fraud is a word bush is associated with not obama..[sic]


if it wasn't for a collective effort were would u be right now paul. would you have had a home,a family ? people caring for other people is not the downfall of man as you suggested.its man's love of another that creates freedom..yes, [sic] again


I didn't realize there was anything in the constitution that was against better health care with less wasteful spending? I'll have to read it again.


I think you're a bit over the top with your rhetoric on the president. What has he done to infuriate you so?


That one's my favorite! "What has he done to infuriate you so?".

For starters, the whole wiping-off-his-ass-with-the-Constitution thing. But I really don't need to go on with these people. Looooooooons.

Most United States Citizens (Except Liberals) Already Know This

Congress shall make no law that applies to any citizen of the United States that does not apply equally to all US Senators and Representatives

R.I.P.

I'd say "Good Morning"...but it's not.



The only good thing about it, is that the kooks that support this governmental takeover of how we find medical care is that those very kooks will be subjected to it as well.

Once they realize the collosal mistake they've made:

A) Will it be too late?
B) Will some kind of revolution have taken place?
C) Will the lose someone they love because the government deemed them unfit to live?

The rest of you, my colleagues at arms (60% of the voting public who were just told our votes mean nothing), give this a read:

Howard Roark's Courtroom Speech.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Honestly

Man, oh man I wish I could write like this guy.

He is seriously one of the smartest people I've come to "know" in this blogging undertaking.

Some Live Kill The Bill Video

Boos, shouting and disorder mar debate over historic health care overhaul bill as lawmakers squabble over the legislation.

More And More Truth From The Canadien Free Press


Why are they they only paper printing this stuff?

Maybe it's because they may very well be the only country left in North America that knows what a free press is.

More truth, speaketh the Canucks (I'm French/Canadian, I can say that):

Obama: The Worst President Ever!
By Alan Caruba Sunday, November 15, 2009

Barack Obama’s deep bow to the emperor of Japan and earlier bow to the Saudi Arabian king is so deeply offensive to America’s history and traditions that it cannot and most not be explained away in any fashion.

The framers of the U.S. Constitution were particularly sensitive to the conditions under which a President could serve or any hint that a privileged, monarchal class might emerge.

“No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States. And no Person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall, without the Consent of Congress, accept any present, Emolument, Office or Title, of any kind whatever from any King, Prince, or foreign state.”

It follows that no U.S. President or office holder shall ever bow to a king, prince or foreign state. Obama has done this twice now in less than a year of taking the oath of office. Stated or unstated, the protocol of such matters precludes bowing.

This protocol is reflected in flag etiquette that prohibits it from being “dipped to any person or thing.”


Please read the rest of the article here.

Pitiful Begging

I'm poor.

I have a baby on the way.

We're looking drastically for a house we can afford.

A moratorium has been placed upon my comic book buying.

But I want these two things very, very badly:

This, as a T-shirt:



And this as a coffee mug:



I already have this as a bumper sticker, which gives me immense joy when I'm at a stop light and some pony-tail on his way to Harvard to teach women's studies reads it and almost strokes out at the wheel.

If I didn't have that, I'd have this.

I'm Back, And Wondering...

Has the complete destruction of this country happened?

Or am I being a bit melodramatic?

This made me happy.

This made me sad.

This is pure madness.

Hopey is an idealoge of such a high degree I can't believe I actually wanted him to beat Shillary in the primaries. I truly believed this doofus was completely unelectable. God was I wrong. I had no idea this country was so easily brainwashed.

Also, it's time to stop calling this Healthcare reform. Obamacare made its point for a bit...but it's time to call a spade a spade and this is not health care reform. This is Health Insurance reform. It has zero, zilch, nothing to do with care at all...it has everything to do with Health Insurance Companies in Hopey's pocket.

I know you liberals want to counter with "Oh my GAWD Bush went to war! Bullets are loud and scary and make noise. People die in war and that is scary!!"

But no president in the history of this grand country has tried so hard to destroy the country's Constitution than has this asshole.