REDSTATE reports Pawlenty follows in Palin Path of full support for Hoffman; Daily KOS responds with attacks on REDSTATE; Glenn Beck gives Hoffman on-air Face Time

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According to Dana Loesch at  DumpDede:

Republicans in New York’s 23rd District have chosen to nominate and support an ACORN-backed, Working Families Party-endorsed liberal over conservative candidate Doug Hoffman.
Newt Gingrich called this shift to the left the “new revolution.”
It’s not the new revolution: it’s political death.

It’s indicative of a festering problem with many of the GOP all across the country.

It’s an allegiance to party over America, party over conservatism.

Millions have not taken to the streets since February of 2009 for nothing.

The Republican party has this week to Dump Dede Scozzafava or the tea party will take over for them. Issue your statements and throw your support behind conservatism, ladies and gents; the clock starts now.

According to RCP:
Conservative group’s poll: Hoffman 34, Owens 29, Scozzafava 14

According to WaPo:
Sources: Scozzafava “fading badly,” NY-23 now a two-man race

Hat Tip Goes to REDSTATE who got an exclusive announcement of Official Pawlenty Endorsement of Doug Hoffman from Governor Pawlenty…

Patriots, this is a big BIG deal!!!
Did I say BIG????

Lacking the daring of Sarah Palin, Pawlenty held back full endorsement of Doug  Hoffman until it was clear he had a significant lead in the polls over Dede Scozzafava… but, hey, it is still a full fledged enforcement at odds with the RNC and Newt Gingrich.

Can you hear us now, Newt???
Ohhhh Newtttttyyyy????

Yesterday Glenn Beck interviewed Doug Hoffman on his show and gave National and International Television Media airtime to the Conservative Party Candidate Doug Hoffman who is in a close race with a Democrat and a Republican for New Jersey’s US House of Representatives Seat for the 23rd district.

This race has gained world-wide attention because of an internal war between Hoffman supporting Conservative Voters in combination with Sarah Palin, Governor Tim Pawlenty, Dick Armey, Fred Thompson among others and the big guns in the GOP including Newt Gingrich who is fully backing and funding the GOP Candidate Dede Scozzafava, a Socialist Endorsed RINO (Republican In Name Only) politician who has the blessing of  The Daily KOS, a Soros funded Socialist/Communist propaganda Obamaist promoting website.

Dede Scozzafava also enjoys the backing of an ACORN Owner/Operator Political Party which goes by the name of Working Families Party and according to The Daily KOS Dede has been a member and a political candidate of Working Families Party in the past.

What was The Daily KOS reaction to REDSTATE’s  announcement of Governor Pawlenty extending his support of Hoffman and rejection of Scozzafava? Why, attack Redstate and start their Sybil-esque walk back of their support for Scozzafava.

Poor little communist Daily Kos Trolls… perhaps CNN can give you darlings some airtime to what little viewership they have, what with CNN now being in last place in the ratings and all. :)

Poor ole Dede Scozzafava… her RINO-NESS has indeed caught up with her… and she now is in third place in the Real Polls… not the pretend Polls The Daily KOS likes to quote.

In the end, crap gets flushed down the toilet… (waves to The Daily KOS and CNN)

Good-Bye…. good-bye… have a fun trip to the sewer treatment plant, darlings.

From REDSTATE‘s exclusive article…

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REDSTATE EXCLUSIVE: Tim Pawlenty Endorses Doug Hoffman

Posted by Erick Erickson

Monday, October 26th at 3:01PM EDT

With polling now showing NY-23 has come down to a two man race between Hoffman and Owens, the Democrat, momentum is clearly in Hoffman’s favor.

Gov. Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota is now adding to the momentum becoming the first sitting Republican Governor to endorse Hoffman. This comes on the heels of Sarah Palin’s endorsement from last week.

What makes this stand out even more than the Palin endorsement is that Pawlenty has not been seen as diverging with the Republican establishment. He’s not seen as the maverick that Palin is.

But Pawlenty has a huge amount of stature inside the Republican establishment, more so than Palin. That he is now willing to come out in favor of Hoffman is going to resonate among the Republican establishment in ways Palin’s endorsement will not.

And it now sets up battle lines for 2012. I still don’t think Palin is going to run, but even were she, we now have two candidates, a former Governor and Vice Presidential candidate and a sitting Governor and potential 2012 candidate breaking with the establishment in favor of the Republican base.

Governor Pawlenty sent RedState the following statement:

“We cannot send more politicians to Washington who wear the Republican jersey on the campaign trail, but then vote like Democrats in Congress on issues like card check and taxes. After reviewing the candidates’ positions, I’m endorsing Doug Hoffman in New York’s special election. Doug understands the federal government needs to quit spending so much, will vote against tax increases, and protect key values like the right to vote in private in union elections.”

Now we’re going to have to ask where the other 2012 candidates are. Who else is willing to be brave and bold. Who else will defy the beltway and stand with the heartland? Conservative activists have legitimately made New York’s 23rd Congressional District a Hill to Die On. The GOP establishment must know that it will either win with us or lose without us.

And now we are seeing who is willing to stand with us on this Hill. Tim Pawlenty, today, proves he is willing to put principle above party. Tim Pawlenty is willing to stand with the Republican Base, the tea party activists, and the Conservative Movement.

When 2012 rolls around, Palin and Pawlenty’s boldness will be remembered. Which of the other potential candidates will side with conservatives over the beltway establishment?

And we should also remember Fred Thompson, the Club for Growth, Dick Armey, Rick Santorum, Steve Forbes and other real conservatives — all of whom have gone all in for Doug Hoffman.

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BigGovernment: Exclusive: Why I am Running, Doug Hoffman, Candidate for Congress in New York

American Spectator: Doug Hoffman, Ordinary American

Gateway Pundit: Hoffman Pulls Ahead in NY23– Leads Scozzafava By 20 Points

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168 Responses to REDSTATE reports Pawlenty follows in Palin Path of full support for Hoffman; Daily KOS responds with attacks on REDSTATE; Glenn Beck gives Hoffman on-air Face Time

  1. tellitlikeitis says:

    Poor Stinky Harry gets no respect.

    Lieberman says he’ll filibuster Reid plan

    Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) said Tuesday that he’d back a GOP filibuster of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s health care reform bill.

    Lieberman, who caucuses with Democrats and is positioning himself as a fiscal hawk on the issue, said he opposes any health care bill that includes a government-run insurance program — even if it includes a provision allowing states to opt out of the program, as Reid’s has said the Senate bill will.

    “We’re trying to do too much at once,” Lieberman said. “To put this government-created insurance company on top of everything else is just asking for trouble for the taxpayers, for the premium payers and for the national debt. I don’t think we need it now.”

    Lieberman added that he’d vote against a public option plan “even with an opt-out because it still creates a whole new government entitlement program for which taxpayers will be on the line.”

    His comments confirmed that Reid is short of the 60 votes needed to advance the bill out of the Senate, even after Reid included the opt-out provision. Several other moderate Democrats expressed skepticism at the proposal as well, but most of the wavering Democratic senators did not go as far as Lieberman Tuesday, saying they were waiting to see the details.

    Lieberman did say he’s “strongly inclined” to vote to proceed to the debate, but that he’ll ultimately vote to block a floor vote on the bill if it isn’t changed first.

    “I’ve told Sen. Reid that if the bill stays as it is now I will vote against cloture,” he said.

  2. roxannadanna says:

    Has there been any indication when this will finally come to a vote?
    It’s not looking like it will pass.

  3. VotingFemale says:

    Reid and Pelosi are all in on getting a full Socialist Take Over of the Health Industry… now or never, do or die… and I sincerely hope it costs them both their careers….

    Dear God… let it be so…

  4. tellitlikeitis says:

    roxanna, I hope it will stall until the nov governor races for NJ and Virginia. If the democrats get blown out in those 2 races the blue dogs up for relection in 2010 willl be too scared to vote for any proposed government health care plan and that should put the final nail in the coffin of any govt. health care proposal.

  5. VotingFemale says:

    A Full vote is still up in the air as far as I know…

    roxannadanna says

    Has there been any indication when this will finally come to a vote?
    It’s not looking like it will pass.

  6. VotingFemale says:

    I want to see Obama’s Pixie Dusting of Deeds turn into dog poop and get slung back on Oboohoo and watch him get all Wee Wee-ed Up!

    mmmm mmmm mmm

  7. tellitlikeitis says:

    Do you agree with that statment VF?

  8. VotingFemale says:

    Hey Obama? Go campaign for Dede Scozzafava!

    You two were make for each other!

    Wink! Wink!
    You Betcha!

  9. VotingFemale says:

    Do I agree with your statement below??

    Absolutely, I DO!!!!

    tellitlikeitis says

    roxanna, I hope it will stall until the nov governor races for NJ and Virginia. If the democrats get blown out in those 2 races the blue dogs up for relection in 2010 willl be too scared to vote for any proposed government health care plan and that should put the final nail in the coffin of any govt. health care proposal

  10. tellitlikeitis says:

    Poor Obamafraud. If his democrat buddies get blown out in the governor races and he loses his health care trophy that will be like a one two knock out for him. I sure he will blame george bush for those failures.

  11. VotingFemale says:

    I totally believe Obama does not want to send in more troops to Afghanistan until after the Gov Races in Nov so as not to piss off the far left base… and that is the reason he has not done so… this I need time to dither about crap is all about trading blood of us troops for votes for democrats, in my view.

  12. VotingFemale says:

    CNN will still have eyes only for him…

    mmmm mmmm mmm

    tellitlikeitis says

    Poor Obamafraud. If his democrat buddies get blown out in the governor races and he loses his health care trophy that will be like a one two knock out for him. I sure he will blame george bush for those failures.

  13. VotingFemale says:

    Hey Obama? Declare Cuba the51st state! Think of the votes you would get… Fidel would see to it and anyone not voting for you would face a firing squad… killed by Chinese or Russian Bullets no doubt.

  14. tellitlikeitis says:

    The election is just one week away and I don’t see any floor vote coming any time soon. It seems like the republican has it locked up in Virginia. NJ will be the tough nut to crack. Corizine is pulling all the stops because he knows he is on the ropes. If the GOP can pull off a win in NJ it would be nothing short of a miracle. Obama and co. know they lost Virginia but believe they are still in the game in NJ. I hope corizine gets blown out because that would be a real body blow for Obama to lose in a very blue state and it might be a wake up call for all the arrogant liberals who think they have safe seats.

  15. VotingFemale says:

    Yeah, Tellit… and Snowe is out now with Libermann… I think that RINO Snowe is looking at the bloodbath Scozzafava is taking in the Media and Polls and is blinking…

  16. tellitlikeitis says:

    Obama is a disgrace as commander in chief. I would like to see the families that have lost loved ones recently in Afganistan sue Obama and the federal government for failing to have adequate troop levels there that and as a result of his inaction caused their loved one s to be killed.

  17. VotingFemale says:

    This is all extremely high stakes political poker and folks who are not Communist Kamakazis like Pelosi and Reid and Obama are being given extreme reason to think and think damn hard how they will fare at election time… the Gov races and the Hoffman v Scozzafava race is a total Reality Check for the DEM faint of heart who have been led to believe they can do no wrong in the eyes of the majority of American Voters.

  18. VotingFemale says:

    Seems Tweetheart44 over at http://killfile.newsvine.com/_news/2009/08/21/3176718-michelle-bachmann-keep-the-government-off-my-body-yes-shes-still-pro-life

    thinks I am ultra ultra conservative…

    Thanks TweetHeart! HAHAHAHAHA
    ;)

    Wink! Wink!
    You Betcha!

    tweetheart44 said

    Bubba, So did you go to word press and look up voting female? If you only want ultra right wing conversations, she takes the cake. Anyone else who wants to show their hatred of Obama should go there as well. If anyone else wants to see what the ultra ultra right wing is saying, check it out. You won’t believe the hatred.

    By the way, Voting Female was a Hillary supporter until Obama (in her words) stole the nomination.

    2.39 – Fri Aug 21, 2009 9:48 PM EDT

  19. VotingFemale says:

    And you are correct, TweetHeart44 who is apparently a former or present iReporter…

    I turned total PUMA!!!!!

    It will rain Lollipops in HELL before I ever EVER vote for a DEMOCRAT again…

    Screw the DEM Party ALL TO HELL!

    I always was a conservative… now I am a TOTAL OVERIES TO THE WALL CONSERVATIVE!

  20. tellitlikeitis says:

    The recent elections in NJ and VA are going to be a small indication of the incumbant tsunami that will hit them in 2010. If these a$$hole are smart they better be making other career plans when they find themselves out after Nov, 2010.

  21. VotingFemale says:

    I read Tweeheart44 as BellyDancer… whom I get along with. Hi Belly!

  22. VotingFemale says:

    from: http://www.examiner.com/x-19823-PostPartisan-Examiner~y2009m10d27-Thanks-for-nothing-Obama-energizes-FOX-ratings-up-about-10-during-White-House-feud?

    Thanks for nothing: Obama energizes FOX, ratings up about 10% during White House feud

    Obama promised to bring change, and it seems he has done exactly that – at least when it comes to FOX News, which he has changed into an even bigger ratings powerhouse than it already was.

    The Obama White House’s inexplicable war on Fox has, as we predicted, magnified FOX’s stature among viewers. Far from marginalizing FOX and delegitimizing it as a news source as intended, the feud has made more people than ever choose FOX News as its favored source of television infotainment.

    FOX’s ratings have bumped up almost ten percent in the two weeks since White House decided to engage FOX News directly. And among advertisers’ favorite demographic – the spendy twenty-five to fifty-four year olds – FOX’s ratings are up a whopping fourteen percent.

    This is probably not the kind of change Obama voters thought they were voting for. Congratualtions, Obama. You have transformed FOX into the most successful “news” channel ever.

    Even I’ll admit: FOX having gotten into Obama’s crosshairs makes it intriguing. It makes one to take a peek and see what’s going on over there. What can they possibly be doing that is such a threat to the President of the United States? Voters, intrigued, are tuning into find out.

    No doubt FOX News executives are delighted by the free publicity from the White House. Time for the White House to wave the white flag on this one: they were never going to win this war anyway.

  23. tellitlikeitis says:

    tweetheart44 , If you are watching. I am not ultra right wing but I am a conservative. If I appear to be hateful it is because I hate all liars and frauds and we have the epitomy of that in the white house today. You are free to support the fraud and liar who I believe is not even a legitimate citizen of this country and should not have qualified to be president. 2012 can’t come soon enough for me to vote this userper out but in the meantime us patriots have to do everything we can to slow down and derail the Obama socialism express.

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  25. m2 says:

    Wow, I didn’t know that opposing LIARS and Communists mean you are Ultra ultra “right wing”…

    I guess the “right wing” is where it’s at, since they appear to stand for common decency, prosperity and fiscal management.

    Conservatives are the majority of this country, whether the communist Mao-lovers in the WH like it or not.

    Obama’s lying mouth never stops.

  26. m2 says:

    Lieberman is a patriot. Strong and decisive.

  27. Foxwood says:

    I repeat my comments form earlier, I’m not a Compassionate Conservative…

    I’m a Crass Conservative.
    I’m crude, cranky, opinionated, and damn if I’m not right!

    Oh, and what Tellit said…

  28. Foxwood says:

    I HATE Communist, Socialists, Marxist and lying politicians.

    So call me a hater!

  29. m2 says:

    ya know, it’s funny how the (ahem) “ultra ultra right wing” can commend and get along with Idependents, moderates and Democrats.

    Yet the O-cult who feel destroyed and rock like ukranian orphans in the corner of a room should you point out his failed policies- don’t get along with anyone except people like them. (You know, the “minority” of this center-right country?)

    Strange how that is.
    I guess we’re just more “open-minded”.

  30. Foxwood says:

    I had a quick chance to get lunch in a better cell site area. Got to go back to no mans land to finish working on the new cell site.

  31. Foxwood says:

    VF, I added a trackback spam filter on my blog (I was getting a lot), and when I noticed Kinkys trackbacks didn’t work, I took it off. I still don’t get the spam, but I still don’t get trackbacks. It’s third party and no support, so I’m hoping a new wordpress upgrade will fix it.

  32. tellitlikeitis says:

    This is funny as hell.

  33. VotingFemale says:

    If someone… anyone… mistakes me for a mild mannered conservative girl, they are only party correct… I reserve my FIRE FOR COMMUNIST OBAMA LOVING AMERICA HATING SNOT BRAINED ASSHATS… everyone else gets my sweet side! (curtsey)

  34. VotingFemale says:

    Daily Kos Moonbat Freak Comments about Joe Liberman’s statement that he will filibuster if Public Option is included in Senate ObamaCare Bill…

    and I quote:

    #
    pants on fire!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (25+ / 0-)

    Recommended by:
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    as My Cousin Vinnie said, “That’s a big f*kin’ surprise!”

    Fear is the mind-killer – Frank Herbert, Dune

    by p gorden lippy on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:18:09 PM PDT

    *
    Who could have imagined ? (10+ / 0-)

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    Who could have imagined that Joe would screw us?

    by GreatDane on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:20:39 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
    o
    We’re being too hard on Lieberman he only lies wh (5+ / 0-)

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    when his lips move.

    by Timothy J on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:22:19 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
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    LOL Lieberman is pure slime (3+ / 0-)

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    He should be preserved like a bug under glass, held up as an example of the slimiest, most worthless Senator ever elected.

    Sure, there are worse people in the Senate (Coburn, et all) but none who so brazenly claimed to be working for the people, only to turn to their dark masters like Rove, Lieberslimes true master along with other rich republicans.

    “I like to know what I’m talking about before I speak.” – Barack Obama, 3-24-09

    by MD patriot on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:29:12 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
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    Lieberman’s approval ratings… (1+ / 0-)

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    As of Sept 2009: 48% approve, 45% disapprove. The only people in the state who really like him are in Fairfield County.

    linky: http://www.quinnipiac.edu/

    I guess he figures he’s already pissed off all the people he’s gonna piss off.

    “The revolution’s just an ethical haircut away…” Billy Bragg

    by grannyhelen on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:33:22 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
    #
    Remember this: (0+ / 0-)

    “Joe’s with us on everything but the war”.

    You’re going down in 2012, Liebertoad!

    “I feel stupid and contagious. Here we are now, entertain us” – Kurt Cobain 1991

    by Jeff Y on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:34:58 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
    o
    That’s some trick: Screwing us WHILE his pants (5+ / 0-)

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    are on fire.

    Just want to give credit where credit is due.

    “Women shouldn’t be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of women.” droogie6655321

    by earicicle on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:23:57 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
    +
    That sounds painful…nt (2+ / 0-)

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    “The revolution’s just an ethical haircut away…” Billy Bragg

    by grannyhelen on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:28:21 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
    +
    Ignited dingleberries (0+ / 0-)

    are not covered by most health plans.

    In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice; but in practice, there always is a difference. – Yogi Berra

    by blue aardvark on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:34:21 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
    *
    gotta say (0+ / 0-)

    the insurance pool he references doesn’t include a public option either. No lie there I can see.

    by nickrud on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:32:55 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]

    #
    One might hope (12+ / 0-)

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    that he’s being privately impaled on these very words in a back-room sweat-session at this very moment…

    by Radical Moderate on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:18:10 PM PDT

    *
    hope springs eternal. (2+ / 0-)

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    But I kind of doubt it.

    You are entitled to express your opinion, but you are NOT entitled to agreement.

    by DawnG on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:20:37 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
    o
    Perhaps. (0+ / 0-)

    But I notice that Reid and Gibbs haven’t been too concerned about this so far. I can’t help but feel that, far from a catastrophe, Lyin’ Lieberman’s latest stunt is just one more blast of hot, empty air.

    by Radical Moderate on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:27:04 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]

    #
    Good thing the Dems let him keep his chair! (11+ / 0-)

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    Can you imagine what kind of shenanigans Lieberman would be pulling right now if they had held him accountable for … well, anything?

    by CleverNickName on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:18:16 PM PDT

    *
    good thing they backed him against Lamont (7+ / 0-)

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    We could have a real Democrat in that seat.

    -8.25, -6.97

    by jaywillie on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:22:30 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
    *
    Powder must remain dry! Because… (2+ / 0-)

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    Okay, somebody remind me why we keep the fucking powder dry?

    “Women shouldn’t be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of women.” droogie6655321

    by earicicle on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:25:15 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
    o
    What is this fucking powder of which you speak? (0+ / 0-)

    It sounds rather painful. Talcum instead of K-Y?

    In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice; but in practice, there always is a difference. – Yogi Berra

    by blue aardvark on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:35:19 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]

    #
    Oh please plaster that all over prime time (10+ / 0-)

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    by VA gentlewoman on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:18:30 PM PDT

    *
    this IS prime time! (0+ / 0-)

    I don’t watch the Cable News liars, just dkos TV!!!

    “I like to know what I’m talking about before I speak.” – Barack Obama, 3-24-09

    by MD patriot on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:30:16 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]

    #
    why am I not surprised? (12+ / 0-)

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    heh

    No one should die because they cannot afford health care, and no one should go broke because they get sick.

    by Cecile on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:18:33 PM PDT

    *
    Because you’ve been paying attention. (3+ / 0-)

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    When has Lieberman ever kept a promise?

    You are entitled to express your opinion, but you are NOT entitled to agreement.

    by DawnG on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:20:05 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]

    #
    There will be hell to pay, Joe ! (2+ / 0-)

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    by GreatDane on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:18:37 PM PDT

    *
    There will be insurance lobbyists paying more. (7+ / 0-)

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    He probably figures he’ll be able to pay for air conditioning in Hell with all the cash he’ll be raking in from this one.

    They only call it Class War when we fight back.

    by lineatus on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:22:01 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]

    #
    The man just makes my skin crawl (9+ / 0-)

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    Republican motto: Vote Democrat and die, vote for us and be granted eternal life.

    by karma bum on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:18:43 PM PDT

    *
    What was Gore thinking (2+ / 0-)

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    when he picked that slipery one? He can talk out of both sides of his mouth better than any politician out there.

    My inlaws still have Gore/Lieberman on their bumper. I’m gonna go scrape it off.

    No one should die because they cannot afford health care, and no one should go broke because they get sick.

    by Cecile on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:25:59 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
    o
    That he could get the eel out of the senate? nt (1+ / 0-)

    Recommended by:
    karma bum

    Just because you can doesn’t mean you should, but if you can, and you should, then you ought.

    by firant on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:27:43 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
    *
    I think I despise Lieberman more than anyone (1+ / 0-)

    Recommended by:
    karma bum

    in the political world. This includes Cheney, Bush, Bachmann, Gingrich, Hannity, Limbaugh and O’Reilly. All of whom I despise, but none as much as the worthless worm of a man: Joe Lieberman.

    “It’s like these guys take pride in being ignorant.” Barack Obama August 5, 2008

    by thefretgenie on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:26:10 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]

    #
    There will be no consequences for Lieberman (4+ / 0-)

    Recommended by:
    MD patriot, blueyedace2, Catatonia, filby

    Come on – there never have been before and there won’t be now.

    Our revenge will come in 2012.

    “The two pioneering forces of modern sensibility are Jewish moral seriousness and homosexual aestheticism and irony.” Susan Sontag

    by Shane Hensinger on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:18:44 PM PDT

    *
    No, now. It must be now. Time to demand his gavel (0+ / 0-)

    back.

    Go here and tell Reid to drop the hammer.

    “Senator Reid, I’ve just heard that Senator Lieberman has threatened to join a republican filibuster against health care reform.

    This must cost him his gavel. Whether he votes for cloture or not, he is not a Democrat, he is not with us, he must not be left in a position of power within the U.S. Senate when he does not belong to the majority party, and will not support our party in our efforts to do the work of the people.

    Fire the jerk.”

    No Quarter. No Excuses.

    Just because you can doesn’t mean you should, but if you can, and you should, then you ought.

    by firant on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:33:04 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]

    #
    This needs to be an ad, played (16+ / 0-)

    Recommended by:
    jalapeno, MD patriot, ScantronPresident, GN1927, blueyedace2, drewfromct, Timothy J, pgm 01, Jahiz, The Bagof Health and Politics, earicicle, oxfdblue, mahakali overdrive, p gorden lippy, ShowMeMoBlue, AnnetteK

    endlessly in Connecticut.

    And get prime time exposure.

    Thanks for this catch, Jed.

    Teach us to listen to sounds larger than our own heartbeat; that endure longer than our own weeping in the dark. – Lillian Smith

    by RadioGirl on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:19:12 PM PDT

    *
    Seconded, great catch indeed, Jed (2+ / 0-)

    Recommended by:
    The Bagof Health and Politics, AnnetteK

    let’s get this thing up and on air, asap.

    by Timothy J on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:23:42 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]

    #
    this is the guy Obama went to the mat for n/t (3+ / 0-)

    Recommended by:
    drewfromct, p gorden lippy, Loge

    90% of congressmen & senators give the other 10% a bad name.

    by DFH on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:19:25 PM PDT

    *
    I’m not sure it would have made a difference (2+ / 0-)

    Recommended by:
    drewfromct, ShowMeMoBlue

    If Lieberman had lost his chairmanship, he would still be against HCR, and probably against Sotomayor, and a lot of other Obama nominees and policies.

    by jj32 on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:22:00 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]

    #
    Lieberman is using weasel words…. (4+ / 0-)

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    …TPM says he’ll vote the bill to the floor and fillibuster LATER:

    1. Cloture vote cutting off debate on the motion to proceed to the health care bill (60 votes);

    2. Motion to proceed to the bill (50 votes, may be waived if we get cloture);

    3. Amendments to modify the public option piece, e.g. to a trigger (likely requiring 60 votes);

    4. Cloture vote to end debate on the bill and move to final passage (60 votes); and

    5. Final passage of the bill (50 votes).

    Lieberman says that he’ll vote with Leadership through #1 and #2. If the other 59 Dems do so as well, that gets the Senate on to the bill. Once the Senate’s on the bill, it will likely take 60 votes to water down the opt-out, #3 above. And those efforts will occur under the threat by Lieberman, and perhaps others, to deny 60 votes for #4.

    by Trial Lawyer Richard on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:19:26 PM PDT

    *
    reconciliation time (4+ / 0-)

    Recommended by:
    MD patriot, DC Scott, earicicle, oxfdblue

    Why are the goddamn Dems so afraid to use the budget reconciliation procedure to get past the super-majority baloney?
    The GOP had NO trouble using reconciliation to shove their big tax cut for billionaires down our throats.

    90% of congressmen & senators give the other 10% a bad name.

    by DFH on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:22:06 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
    o
    Reconciliation will require that nothing new (0+ / 0-)

    be created. That means it makes a huge mess out of everything that has already been agreed to. They could expand Medicare to everyone but they could not create the state based insurance exchanges, as I understand it.

    by pgm 01 on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:27:15 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
    +
    Medicare for ALL: That is a major win!! (0+ / 0-)

    Then let’s go for the real solution, MEDICARE for ALL!!

    “I like to know what I’m talking about before I speak.” – Barack Obama, 3-24-09

    by MD patriot on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:32:21 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]
    +
    So split the bill. First resolution order medicar (0+ / 0-)

    medicare for all. Second, bring up the bill to create the exchanges.

    Just because you can doesn’t mean you should, but if you can, and you should, then you ought.

    by firant on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:35:36 PM PDT

    [ Parent ]

    #
    lets give him a standing ovation (2+ / 0-)

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    make sure to get that quote that the ENTIRE dem caucus gave him a standing ovation after the election.

    hit them over the heads with it.

    Republicans===the party of the 1% rich people in America. Or in other words..The Party of NO!

    by jalapeno on Tue Oct 27, 2009 at 01:19:34 PM PDT

  35. samhenry says:

    And I am now the mouse that roared on that website belly was connected with – registered and forgot what it was! Need to keep an oar into another area. The name? FieldMouse. Track me..heh, heh, heh (can’t say bite me because that would be the end of me).

    Speaking of tracking, Mark Twain wrote an essay on Fennimore Cooper’s indians that could “track people through water.” It was very funny.

  36. samhenry says:

    I would remind the upset and unstable moonbats that Joe Lieberman is a Senator from Connecticut. Kindly remember that Hartford has been a stronghold of the insurance companies for a long time. So new? Get with the program.

  37. samhenry says:

    Hartford was also the stomping ground for Mark Twain and the manufacture of Colt firearms. I wouldn’t cross a Connecticut resident unless I had a good sense of ironic humor.

  38. VotingFemale says:

    That the moonbats are so pissed off is a happy bellwether! weeeee!!!!

  39. samhenry says:

    It has always been so, My Great Cat, always.

    No one has control over thinking people. They have the ability to study an issue and change their minds.

    Thought control is what the Socialists are after.

  40. Foxwood says:

    “Hartford was also the stomping ground for Mark Twain and the manufacture of Colt firearms. I wouldn’t cross a Connecticut resident unless I had a good sense of ironic humor.”

    Shouldn’t that be leadonic humor?

  41. VotingFemale says:

    purrrr…..

    idly watching moonbats scurry to and fro…

  42. VotingFemale says:

    Bayh(D-IN): I Can Imagine Reid’s Bill Failing

    The temperature taking of Senate moderates continues. Sen. Evan Bayh (D-IN) doesn’t think of the public option as a high-priority issue. But I asked him whether, in conversations with his fellow moderates, he’s gotten the sense that a health care bill with an opt-out public option might get snagged up before it comes to the floor.

    He was pretty blunt. “Yeah, I think that’s possible.” His own chief concern, he says, is the deficit. “But for me, if there are things in here that would substantially explode the deficit in the out years, I would feel so strongly about that, that it would be difficult for me to vote go to the bill without that having been corrected, because once you’ve done that you’ve given up, really, your ability to have a significant impact on the outcome.”

    from: http://tpmdc.talkingpointsmemo.com/2009/10/bayh-i-can-imagine-reids-bill-failing.php

  43. VotingFemale says:

    Lincoln has concerns about ‘opt-out’ public option
    Posted on 27 October 2009

    By John Lyon
    Arkansas News Bureau

    LITTLE ROCK — Sen. Blanche Lincoln(D-Arkansas) said today she is still waiting to see a compromise health care bill headed for the Senate floor, but she would have difficulty supporting any legislation that includes a government-funded insurance option.

    Lincoln, D-Ark., spoke to the Arkansas Farm Bureau a day after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D.-Nev., announced the completion of compromise health care legislation drawn from bills passed out of Senate committees. Reid said the bill would include a public insurance option but would allow states to opt out of the program.

    “I have real concerns about a public option that is government-run and/or government-funded,” Lincoln said in a video conference with Farm Bureau members in Arkansas. “In terms of states being able to opt out, I think in my visits with our state officials that they would prefer something they could opt into.”

    Opt-in and opt-out approaches both would have pros and cons, Lincoln said. If states are allowed to opt in, then it would take a while for the public plan to gain enough members to bring down costs, she said.
    “But opting out is a problem too, because you have to wait until legislatures meet and things like that,” she said.

    A spokesman for Gov. Mike Beebe told the Arkansas News Bureau on Monday it is “way too early” for Beebe to take a position on the opt-out idea.

    A government-run, government-funded insurance plan would not be on a level playing field with the private insurance industry and would create “an imbalance in the marketplace,” said Lincoln, a moderate Democrat whose vote is considered key to passing health care reform.

    “We definitely are going to have to hold the insurers’ feet to the fire. … A nonprofit entity out there providing (coverage) could really do the same thing, and it wouldn’t leave the taxpayer holding the tab,” she said.

    Lincoln said existing government health insurance plans such as Medicare work well, but “I don’t believe that we need a new government plan, a new government health care system. If it’s government-run or government-funded, I’m going to have some tremendous troubles with being able to support moving forward on something like that.”

    In remarks introducing Lincoln, Arkansas Farm Bureau President Randy Veach said the organization opposes “a national health plan in any form.”

    Some members asked Lincoln why health care reform should include a mandate for everyone to obtain insurance.

    “If we can get our arms around the uninsured, then the cost for others is going to go down,” she said. “In Arkansas, on average, if you’re insured today you’re spending about $1,500 annually more than you should be to cover the uninsured.”

    Subsidies and tax credits would be available to help low-income people buy insurance and help small businesses provide coverage to employees, Lincoln said.

    Lincoln is expected to face a tough contest next year for re-election to a third term. Former Arkansas Farm Bureau President Stanley Reed has said he may run for the Republican nomination to challenge Lincoln, and at least seven other Republicans have announced as candidates.

    Lincoln told Farm Bureau members she was honored to be selected recently as chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee.

    “That means that we’re in charge, folks,” she said. “It means that we’re there to be a real voice for agriculture.”

    “We are very excited about your leadership in that position,” Veach told Lincoln.

  44. VotingFemale says:

    From the Washington Post: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/10/27/AR2009102702465.html?hpid=topnews

    Moderate Democrats challenge Reid on public option
    Lieberman threatens to align with GOP to block bill’s passage

    By Shailagh Murray, Ben Pershing and Lori Montgomery
    Washington Post Staff Writers
    Tuesday, October 27, 2009; 4:34 PM

    Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid’s risky decision to bring a health-care bill to the Senate floor with a government insurance plan was met with skepticism Tuesday by party moderates, who have not committed to supporting a “public option” on final passage.

    The biggest challenge for Reid (D-Nev.), at least at the moment, appears to be Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman (I-Conn.), who told reporters he was “inclined to support” a procedural motion to bring the Senate health-care bill to the floor. But he remains opposed to a national government plan in any form — even with the “opt out” provision for states that Reid announced Monday he would include in the Senate bill.

    “I really want to get to yes,” said Lieberman, a political independent who is a member of the Democratic caucus. But unless the public option language is dropped, Lieberman said he would likely align with Republicans to block final passage.

    Other moderates said they remained undecided on the “opt out” public plan. “I’m skeptical about what Senator Reid has proposed,” said Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.). Like Lieberman, she opposes a national, government-run insurance plan that would compete with the private sector. But Landrieu gave Reid slightly more leeway, noting that she would “stay open to a principled compromise.”

    Democrats expect Reid to secure commitments from all 60 members of his caucus to allow the Senate to begin debate on the legislation, which is aimed at lowering health-care costs, reforming insurance practices and expanding coverage to about 30 million uninsured Americans. But if the moderates’ concerns are unlikely to prevent the Senate health-reform bill from advancing next month, they do raise prospects that the “opt-out” provision will be modified on the Senate floor, possibly reverting to the “trigger” approach that Sen. Olympia J. Snowe (R-Maine) has advocated.

    “This is not the end. This is not the beginning of the end. This is the end of the beginning,” said Sen. Thomas R. Carper (D-Del.), a Finance Committee member. He has agreed to let debate begin on the measure but wants to make sure any public option would be run by a nonprofit board, rather than the government, and would not be financed by taxpayers.

    “The question is do we have the 60 votes to get to the floor. I hope we do,” said Carper. “To get the bill off the floor? We’re not there yet. But we’ll have a couple of weeks to work on it and hopefully at the end of those weeks, we will.”

    Reid said he would take the process one step at a time. “There are a lot of senators, Democrat and Republicans, who don’t like part of what’s in this bill,” he told reporters. “We’re going to see what the final product is. We’re not there yet.”

    He also downplayed the Lieberman threat. “I’m sure he’ll have some interesting things to do in the way of an amendment,” Reid said. “But Joe Lieberman is the least of Harry Reid’s problems.”

    House Democrats said Reid’s announcement gave new momentum to their own push to pass a bill with a public option, although House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) was still rounding up votes Tuesday afternoon.

    “Reid was worth 15 votes” in the House, said Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.), explaining that some Democrats who had been wary of voting for a public option when it looked unlikely to become law are now more comfortable with the idea.

    Rep. Chris Van Hollen (Md.), chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, said “everyone was very pleased” by Reid’s move, since “it gave people a real sense that will be part of the final legislation.”

    Democrats remain divided on what version of the public plan to include in their measure, specifically whether it should call for doctors and hospitals to be reimbursed based on the rates currently paid by Medicare, or on rates negotiated between the government and the providers. That issue dominated much of the discussion during the party’s midday caucus meeting Tuesday in the basement of the Capitol, and the gathering ended without any clear consensus for one or the other.

    “It doesn’t seem clear that either plan has 218 [votes], but the conventional wisdom is that there is 218 for a public option,” Weiner said.

    Democratic leadership aides said that while no decisions have been made, a measure with negotiated reimbursement rates remains the most likely outcome. Party leaders hope to have a clear idea of what will be in the bill by Wednesday or Thursday, and they remain hopeful that they can have a measure on the House floor by Nov. 6 or possibly Nov. 7, a Saturday.

    Members have also been told they should be prepared to work Nov. 9 and 10 if necessary, days that are currently scheduled as recess.

    House Democrats have been unable to agree on language governing federal funding for abortions. Party conservatives have vowed to oppose a reform bill unless their abortion concerns are addressed, and Rep. Bart Stupak (D-Mich.) said Tuesday that he had a group of 40 Democrats who would vote against the rule governing debate for the measure unless they get the chance to offer an amendment with stricter abortion language.

    “We’re pretty confident we can” defeat the rule, Stupak said.

    House Republicans, meanwhile, took Reid’s decision as further evidence that the reform debate is moving in the wrong direction.

    “Our message today is fairly clear: if the Democrats want Republican support, then perhaps they ought to be providing for seniors to opt out of the nearly $500 billion in Medicare cuts,” said House Minority Whip Eric Cantor (R-Va.). “Perhaps they ought to begin thinking about allowing small businesses to opt out of the mandates and penalties and higher taxes that are within their health care proposal.”

  45. VotingFemale says:

    May this fight until the last of the Moonbat Granny Killers and National Bankrupters are conquered and fired.

  46. Foxwood says:

    “May this fight until the last of the Moonbat Granny Killers and National Bankrupters are conquered and fired.”

    Or fired on?

    Just me…

  47. samhenry says:

    FOX – leadonic humor it is. Anything you want so that you stop grilling in the hold of the great ship VF. I can’t believe you did that.

    Rememer that great line from “True Grit” when Maddie shot that bad guy down by the river and he looked up at her from where he was sitting, wounded and said “I’ve been shot – I’ve been shot by a child – I can’t believe this.” ?

  48. samhenry says:

    Springtime for Hitler and Moonbats – my favorite song, oy! In memory of My Man Mel.

  49. VotingFemale says:

    Foxwood and the Four Moonbats

  50. samhenry says:

    When fear was the great mover – 2,000 years ago…

  51. VotingFemale says:

    gotta bail… time to bake the haddock

  52. samhenry says:

    THIS one is for ALL of us who struggle against the dark forces – funniest political line EVER:

  53. Susan ( Prevost1580) says:

    DailyKos! another Liberal ( BS ) blog that banned me.lol~

    I confess… The Huffington post banned me too. :D

    Sarah Palin is the real deal. I really think & feel that GOD is on her side. The libs can spew the BS and attack her but Sarah is protected & saved from it all :)

  54. Susan ( Prevost1580) says:

    BTW! I may have to create a new account. I can NOT remember my password or anything connected to this account. I used it a loooong time ago.

  55. VotingFemale says:

    I knew you were my kind of people, Susan!!!

    YES!!!!

    And, God Loves Sarah Palin, and so do I!

  56. VotingFemale says:

    what is the web address of it Susan?

  57. VotingFemale says:

    SAMHENRY!!!! THAT VIDEO IS A SCREAM!!!!!

    AAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHHHH

  58. Foxwood says:

    “gotta bail… time to bake the haddock”

    I usually take two aspirin.

    True Grit. One of my all time favorite movies. I sent my hardback copy of the book from my library to Sheriff Joe. He has “True Grit”.

  59. Foxwood says:

    And I love “Springtime for Hitler in Germany”. It was a great play.

  60. Susan ( Prevost1580) says:

    VF, I never knew WHO? Ann Coulter was writing books or who? she was talking about?Until I got on these blogs. Although I’ve seen in person how & what liberals think & act,too.

    In a nutshell. They are lazy,vile & slanderous ppl.Who really do,hate America.It’s traditions,history ,Americans who can think for themselves & those of us who want LESS government.

    I’m so computer illiterate at times!

    No website address. I created an account to blog about the Caylee Anthony case but that was a loooong time ago.

  61. Foxwood says:

    Morning, Susan!

  62. m2 says:

    hey Susan, VF, Fox, SH… love that clip SH.. that’s gold.

    I love Coulter. I like to listen to her books on CD in the car when we drive to visit the flaming Leftist-in-laws.

    Would love to leave a Coulter book around their house. LOL

  63. m2 says:

    Scrap the Cap
    By the Editors

    Hear that? It’s the sound of another 1,000-page bill hitting desks all over Washington. Sens. John Kerry and Barbara Boxer have introduced the “Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act,” which is the Senate equivalent of the Waxman-Markey cap-and-trade bill that passed the House earlier this year. Compared to Waxman-Markey (1,428 pages), the Kerry-Boxer bill (925 pages) is a model of concision. However, it is expected to grow as Senate Democrats try to buy Republican votes with token support for nuclear energy and offshore drilling. Skeptical senators should not take the bait.

    Sen. Jim Inhofe, the ranking Republican on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, has blown the whistle on the Democrats’ strategy, which involves targeting Republicans such as John McCain and Lindsey Graham. We’ve been down this road before: Last year, when the GOP was winning the debate over offshore drilling, Graham and four other Republicans nearly snatched defeat from the jaws of victory by signing onto a watered-down compromise that would have opened only a tiny sliver of the coast for drilling in exchange for a batch of new subsidies for renewable energy, including nuclear power.

    Graham is at it again: He recently shared a byline with John Kerry in the New York Times, signaling his willingness to play ball on cap-and-trade as long as the final bill contained the right incentives for nuclear power and a few nods to offshore oil and gas production. (He’s also keenly interested in a provision that would impose green tariffs on Chinese imports competing with South Carolina’s textile industry.) But as Inhofe told NRO’s Robert Costa last week, “we can build nuclear plants and support new energy exploration without tying it to cap-and-trade.”

    Indeed, any bill that linked new petroleum production to cap-and-trade would lack coherence. The whole point of cap-and-trade is to make energy generated from fossil fuels more expensive and thereby reduce CO2 emissions. Like Waxman-Markey, Kerry-Boxer would set a cap on CO2 emissions. Major emitters, such as petroleum refineries, would have to purchase offsets in order to stay under the caps, and that would raise the price of fuel. It makes no sense to clear the way for new oil and gas production while at the same time trying to tax oil and gas out of existence.

    New incentives for nuclear power or offshore drilling would not compensate taxpayers and energy consumers from the raw deal they would be getting under cap-and-trade. The Heritage Foundation estimates that the Waxman-Markey bill would cost the average family of four almost $3,000 per year in higher energy costs. What do we get in return? Even the bill’s most enthusiastic supporters admit that it would not have a significant impact on global temperatures unless countries like China and India pass their own carbon caps. Neither country has shown any enthusiasm for emulating our proposed folly.

    So cap-and-trade is not likely to work in the real world, and it will not be easy to make it work politically, either: A new Pew study has found that the percentage of Americans who see solid evidence for man-made warming has fallen dramatically. Average global temperatures have actually fallen this decade even though CO2 emissions have continued to rise. This by itself does not prove anything — cap-and-trade supporters argue that this is nothing more than a temporary downswing in the middle of an upward trend. But the same models that predicted catastrophic warming in the future failed to predict the current cooling. That should give policymakers pause.

    Falling support for climate-change legislation mirrors persistent opposition to the Democrats’ reorganization of the nation’s health-care system — another initiative on which they appear determined to forge ahead. How many massive bills can this Congress pass over mounting concern that it is doing too much, too quickly? Come election season, the GOP must shift from defense to offense and put forward an alternative agenda for the country. But for now, blocking the Democrats’ unpopular million-page legislative juggernaut makes for good policy and good politics.

  64. Susan ( Prevost1580) says:

    M2, Ann Coulter is one smart cookie & she takes NO BS! She shoots straight from the hip.

    I would change one of her book titles to > *Drink* wine.If you must speak to a Liberal<

    Liberal assult on America. Now that is head on!

    She's totally correct about the victim mentality too. Just read ireports.lol! "I want free health insurance". I want free everything!! That is the liberal mentality. They are just children who never grow up.They do not like or want responsibility.

  65. Susan ( Prevost1580) says:

    Hello Fox!

  66. Susan ( Prevost1580) says:

    BBL~

    Friends, I’ll be back in a little while. I’ve got to make a deposit ( bank). Speaking of banks. I can not believe that I still trust these crooks!

  67. VotingFemale says:

    Susan, just make a new blog…

    go to http://wordpress.com

    we will help you get it set up… and you can have an avatar here.

  68. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good evening all!

    Check out this link.

    http://www.usdebtclock.org/

  69. m2 says:

    Well, from experience- a few ‘liberals’ in my life, I can say, they don’t think beyond the “free” part. Like if I were to say, ‘and what happens when the evil rich run out of money’, or ‘how do you think this debt which totals more debt in the world will be paid, don’t you think your granddaughter should have the same standard of living as you enjoy’… And I haven’t heard a reply…

    Or the reply is “the rich will pay”…

    These ‘liberals’ who I am acquainted with in the flesh are quite rich themselves, definitely upper middleclass. I don’t think it’s dawned on them that they will be paying. Or that their quality of life (and they love to go to the doctor, which is irony) will deteriorate….

    Susan says:
    She’s totally correct about the victim mentality too. Just read ireports.lol! “I want free health insurance”. I want free everything!! That is the liberal mentality. They are just children who never grow up.They do not like or want responsibility.

  70. m2 says:

    whoops guess I gave away the liberals I speak of!

    Smack my leg and cackle!!!! ha ha ha

  71. arlenearmy says:

    I think Newt stepped into deep doo-doo on this one. H

  72. arlenearmy says:

    m2 said:
    “Lieberman is a patriot. Strong and decisive.”
    ————————–

    I’m [not] too sure about Lieberman. I think there’s a lot of backroom wheeling & dealing going on tonite.

  73. m2 says:

    hey arlene, did you hear rush today… he said that the primaries would have pulled out a conservative for the Republican slot because that is what we are, a nation of strong conservatism majority.

    But this was a special election without primaries, and so the big whigs in establishment chose the moderate ACORN lady… and he says that D.C. is surrounded in their encased false reality and that’s why they lose touch with knowing what the majority of Americans want, but leave it up to a Primary, (the people) to decide the right conservative.

    Then he said that McCain became the nominee because the liberals and media were voting for him in our primary this time around…

    and it was the primary that got Reagan elected, not the establishment blue blood republicans.

    anyway, I assume your talking about Newt on O’Reilly or Hannity which I haven’t seen tonight…

    I’m actually getting off to watch a different show… see y’all later!

  74. Hello!

    OK! I’ve got a new account because I can not remember ANYTHING! lol~

    I’m on Face book too. *Susan Whiting* If you would like to be my friend :) or if one of us gets lost in cyber space.

  75. m2 says:

    Really? You think he’s a false-positive! Could be could BE!!!

    I wonder if that Republican endorsed by Acorn in NY is a Soros plant.

    Well I got to go… ttyl

    Arlene said:
    I’m too sure about Lieberman. I think there’s a lot of backroom wheeling & dealing going on tonite.

  76. arlenearmy says:

    Last nite I saw several sites that identified Hoffman as Independent & some other say he’s member of “Conservative” Party. I hope they make the corrections so folks don’t get confused.

    The reason why I say this is because a lot of folks think that “Independent” means “default”. But “Conservative” sounds more more solid. This is just my opinion, so I hope I didn’t offend any one on this issue.

  77. arlenearmy says:

    M2
    I think Liberman is sort of like Snowe & Collins. Its hard to depend on him. I’m glad he decided to join the filibuster, but what will he do next week or next month?

    Dede in NY seems like a democrat who ran on the Republican ticket so that she could be electable. She running in a Republican area.

    Regarding Newt, I would ask him if he would endorse Al Sharpton if Sharpton decided to run on the “Republican” ticket. A vote for a Dede is a vote of Pelosi. That woman will do what Pelosi tells her to do.

  78. samhenry says:

    I’m on my way to shore but want to add that I think Lieberman must be near retirement and can probably afford to go with principles. He has always been pretty much principled unless I mistake.

    Goodnight, Ladies

    DOG OVERBOARD

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  80. LisaInTX says:

    VF—LMAO!!!
    Those lefty’s thought they were electing a President of the United States of America and all they did was vote into office the NEVER ENDING SAGA of ObamaNation Campaign Promises…..I think he has a serious malfunction and needs to be repaired as he is STUCK in campaign mode!!

    VotingFemale // October 27, 2009 at 2:20 pm

    Hey Obama? Go campaign for Dede Scozzafava!

    You two were make for each other!

    Wink! Wink!
    You Betcha!

  81. LisaInTX says:

    Hi Arlene
    Newt is lost in the end game as so many of the politicians are. It’s ALLLLLLLL about the party and piss on the American way of life!
    I think BOTH parties are as far from the core foundation and principals and are unrecognizable!
    Such a shame—this used to be such a nice country to live and work in BEFORE the commies took it over and screwed everything up!!

  82. LisaInTX says:

    Goodnight all…..sorry I missed everyone…dang it…

  83. Foxwood says:

    Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow unAmerican Nazis!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  84. Foxwood says:

    I went to be early hoping to get up early… Guess I needed the sleep.

  85. Foxwood says:

    I have a message for all in the conference room.

  86. Foxwood says:

    VF, are you still having trackback issues? I’m testing my site and it seems the wordpress hosted blog isn’t sending trackbacks.

  87. VotingFemale says:

    Hi Susan! Your comment was held for moderation because it was a new ID. I just approved your new id for commenting here… no one saw your comment last evening so that is why they could not respond to you.

    Love your Avatar!

  88. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood… I am still having pingback problems and I consider it a serious issue… If it is not resolved I will be forced to move the blog to a host that does not have pingback issues… that is how seriously I see this problem.

    I do not want to relocate the blog… but not having pingback working correctly and fully is a MAJOR PROBLEM!

    For those who don’t know the difference between a pingback and a tracback I offer this…

    The pingback service is automatic… I include a link within a blogpost to another’s blogpost and a pingback comment containing a link to my blogpost is automatically generated at the blogpost I provided a link to.

    That is a way of advertising one’s blogposts and it is very very powerful.

    there is a method of manually doing this and it is problematic and time consuming.

    If pingbacking is going to stay screwed up I will find a blog platform which provides full pingback functioning.

    Folks need to demand wordpress fix this problem… I went to wordpress tech support this morning and file a thread to open this issue with them.

    http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/pingback-functioning-is-problematic-at-wordpress

  89. VotingFemale says:

    I use the term ‘pingback’ instead of ‘trackback’ because ‘pingbacking’ is the problem.

    a Pingback is an automatic trackback…

    I do not use the manual trackback function as it is too time consuming and error prone and is intended only to be used when I have a link to a blogpost on an old school legacy blog site that does not support ‘pingback.’

  90. Foxwood says:

    I’m on it VF. In the meantime, mine is messed up till a new update, I think.

  91. Foxwood says:

    I just sent you a test. You don’t need to post it, just check to see if you got it. I’ll be in the shower…

  92. Foxwood says:

    Just a heads up, we’re still under a National Emergency. At any time, Obutthole could call for martial law. He may be waiting for us to forget or be asleep.

  93. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Everyone!

    U.S. official resigns over Afghan war

    Foreign Service officer and former Marine captain says he no longer knows why his nation is fighting
    Matthew Hoh was asked to stay in the job.

    Tuesday, October 27, 2009

    When Matthew Hoh joined the Foreign Service early this year, he was exactly the kind of smart civil-military hybrid the administration was looking for to help expand its development efforts in Afghanistan.

    A former Marine Corps captain with combat experience in Iraq, Hoh had also served in uniform at the Pentagon, and as a civilian in Iraq and at the State Department. By July, he was the senior U.S. civilian in Zabul province, a Taliban hotbed.

    But last month, in a move that has sent ripples all the way to the White House, Hoh, 36, became the first U.S. official known to resign in protest over the Afghan war, which he had come to believe simply fueled the insurgency.

    “I have lost understanding of and confidence in the strategic purposes of the United States’ presence in Afghanistan,” he wrote Sept. 10 in a four-page letter to the department’s head of personnel. “I have doubts and reservations about our current strategy and planned future strategy, but my resignation is based not upon how we are pursuing this war, but why and to what end.”

    The reaction to Hoh’s letter was immediate. Senior U.S. officials, concerned that they would lose an outstanding officer and perhaps gain a prominent critic, appealed to him to stay.

    U.S. Ambassador Karl W. Eikenberry brought him to Kabul and offered him a job on his senior embassy staff. Hoh declined. From there, he was flown home for a face-to-face meeting with Richard C. Holbrooke, the administration’s special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan.

    “We took his letter very seriously, because he was a good officer,” Holbrooke said in an interview. “We all thought that given how serious his letter was, how much commitment there was, and his prior track record, we should pay close attention to him.”

    While he did not share Hoh’s view that the war “wasn’t worth the fight,” Holbrooke said, “I agreed with much of his analysis.” He asked Hoh to join his team in Washington, saying that “if he really wanted to affect policy and help reduce the cost of the war on lives and treasure,” why not be “inside the building, rather than outside, where you can get a lot of attention but you won’t have the same political impact?”

    Hoh accepted the argument and the job, but changed his mind a week later. “I recognize the career implications, but it wasn’t the right thing to do,” he said in an interview Friday, two days after his resignation became final.

    “I’m not some peacenik, pot-smoking hippie who wants everyone to be in love,” Hoh said. Although he said his time in Zabul was the “second-best job I’ve ever had,” his dominant experience is from the Marines, where many of his closest friends still serve.

    “There are plenty of dudes who need to be killed,” he said of al-Qaeda and the Taliban. “I was never more happy than when our Iraq team whacked a bunch of guys.”

    But many Afghans, he wrote in his resignation letter, are fighting the United States largely because its troops are there — a growing military presence in villages and valleys where outsiders, including other Afghans, are not welcome and where the corrupt, U.S.-backed national government is rejected. While the Taliban is a malign presence, and Pakistan-based al-Qaeda needs to be confronted, he said, the United States is asking its troops to die in Afghanistan for what is essentially a far-off civil war.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/10/26/AR2009102603394.html?hpid=topnews&sid=ST2009102603447

  94. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Tellit!

    The Congressional Socialist Caucus will no doubt attack Matthew Hoh and have their ACORN and SEIU thugs burrow in on this guy to discredit him.

    I look forward to shining a spot light on those Communist Zombies when they start it.

  95. VotingFemale says:

    Here is something you won’t see on CNN and their sister Communist Media outlets…

    I think FOX is shying away from it too…

  96. VotingFemale says:

    The Communists have awoken a previously sleeping giant… and it is coming for CNN, The DEM Party, and Socialist RINO hugging bullcrap of Newt Grigrich and the RNC.

    We the People own this country lock stock and barrel, not the GOP and the DEM party and Propaganda News/Media outlets.

    WE ARE DONE WITH THAT CRAP!

    and FOX is being monitored as well… they may be a friend to Conservatives but they tacitly take Newt Gingrich’s side as far as pushing GOP or nothing koolaid.

    This is a new day and a new world… and the GOP has been put on notice… stop hugging Socialist RINOS or risk loosing elections for those asshats.

  97. samhenry says:

    Hi everyone – I am just checking in quickly. I have a lot on my plate today and will miss you. I have recast my latest blog post to more fully say what I have been trying to say for a long time. A lot of it is in the new title:

    Healthcare for Illegals -Delayed by Design – A Moral Agenda That Will Be Paid For by Moral Bankrupy – The Eagle’s Eye for October 28, 2009

  98. samhenry says:

    I think that title should really generate crowds at the box office this halloween. lol

    Speaking of Halloween. I do not give out ANY food. I get rolls of quarters and I give out quarters out for 2 hours. When the quarters are gone, so am I.

  99. VotingFemale says:

    I will check out your new blogpost SamHenry and Good Morning with what is going to be a busy day for you dear! We will hold down the fort!

  100. VotingFemale says:

    My thoughts…

    the communists have control of the government and they see a window of opportunity they have never had before. They are doing everything in their power to push through as much communism as they possibly can before the window of opportunity shuts on them… it is a Kamakazi mentality that is meeting with serious resistance in moderate and conservative thinking congressmen and women on both sides of the aisle and the majority of Americans.

    I am sure there are conversations and meetings among congress members who can see that what these communists are doing is destroying the DEM party at it’s roots… because they underatand and respect the ever growing resistance among the population; a resistance of the majority.

    The communists expect and prepared for that resistance… they could not care less what the majority wishes are and never have all through history. Theirs is the game of Human Slime on the feet of human kind. They will never go away… they just shrink and grow as each generation becomes aware of what and who they are and why they really do what they do.

    If something is unaffordable it is not accomplish-able, regardless of how well intended or mal-intended it may be.

    I think it would be wonderful if there truely was such a think as ‘free’ health care for everyone in this country… THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS FREE; NOT POSSIBLE… the cost of universal health cost is far far too great for the country to bear and the COMMUNISTS KNOW IT AND USE IT AS A TOOL TO DESTROY THIS COUNTRY AND REMAKE IT INTO A COMMUNIST STATE… ONE THAT ONLY THEY HAVE CONTROL OF TO THE UTTER DESPARE AND DETRIMENT OF ALL AMERICANS.

    What about World Peace?

    I would like to see a war free world as well… but not at the cost of allowing tinhat dictators and governments to dominate and take over countries which do not belong to them.

    There is NEVER going to be world peace… it is not humanly possible just as free health care is not humanly possible.

    The communists sing a song of utopia that they know full well is not possible and never going to happen… it is a tool to destroy and take over a government of a country they want for their own selfish purposes. They want to dominate the entire human race just as the Fascist Islamic Leaders and their thugs want to do.

  101. VotingFemale says:

    Republicans in New York’s 23rd District have chosen to nominate and support an ACORN-backed, Working Families Party-endorsed liberal over conservative candidate Doug Hoffman.

    Newt Gingrich called this shift to the left the “new revolution.”

    It’s NOT the new revolution: it’s political death. It’s indicative of a festering problem with many of the GOP all across the country. It’s an allegiance to party over America, party over conservatism. Millions have not taken to the streets since February of 2009 for nothing. The Republican party has this week to Dump Dede Scozzafava or the tea party will take over for them. Issue your statements and throw your support behind conservatism, ladies and gents; the clock starts now.

  102. samhenry says:

    Quick check before lift-off – a great overview of what is really going on. This kind of bringing together of the key issues and gluing them together is what has been lacking. This is not a single issue at a time kind of war. That is what the socialists and communists want you to believe as they go through their agenda piece by piece. They want us to be blinded by detail so that the overall picture is obscured. Thank you, Great Cat, for this needed overview.

    DOG OVERBOARD AND OVERBURDENED taking away so many good ideas for dissemination.

    PS I live about 3 hours from Watertown and would go up if the engine light on my car had been fixed. We will see this week I hope.

  103. m2 says:

    Morning VF, SH, Tellit, and Fox…

    Good thoughts VF. That’s the feeling I get when I read the CPUSA website. I think, “Who actually believes this garbage?” The people righting it are on par with Charles Manson and sick brain-washers who just want to amass and accumulate absolute power.

    It always reminds me of Lord of the Rings.

    One ring to rule them all,
    one ring to find them,
    One ring to bring them all
    and in the darkness bind them.

    Obama is the ‘ring’ to the real ‘Lord Saurons’… ie. Soros, David Rockefeller… Communism is a vehicle for the rule over many “by a few”…

    I think people who believe in the snake oil are lacking in their lives in some way.

    VF said:
    The communists sing a song of utopia that they know full well is not possible and never going to happen… it is a tool to destroy and take over a government of a country they want for their own selfish purposes. They want to dominate the entire human race just as the Fascist Islamic Leaders and their thugs want to do.

  104. m2 says:

    I guess I mean John Rockefeller.
    not “David”… There’s so many.

  105. m2 says:

    Charles Manson was a communist right, I bet Ayers thought he was cool.

  106. m2 says:

    mornin’!

    here, I found this:

    The sub-headline over the September 16 article says it all: “The investigation into a cop killing in the ’70s leads to a law professor who helped launch Barack Obama’s political career.” The law professor is former Communist terrorist Bernardine Dohrn, a leader of the Weather Underground known for praising mass murderer Charles Manson.

    http://www.aim.org/aim-report/obama-associate-implicated-in-murder/

    CRAZZZZZIIIESSS in the WHITE HOUSE!!!! No doubt.

  107. m2 says:

    “The law professor is former Communist terrorist Bernardine Dohrn, a leader of the Weather Underground known for praising mass murderer Charles Manson.”

    Wake up O’Reilly and Hannity!
    Rush and Beck have already scooped you.

  108. m2 says:

    sorry if this is long, I got it from that link I just posted:

    Barack Obama arrived in New York City in August 1981, at age 20, from Occidental College in Los Angeles. His apartment was a six-story walk-up at 339 East 94th Street that has seen much over the decades; drugs, rats, police busts and at least one stabbing.

    The following information is based upon news reports (i.e. NY Times) and open FBI files. In 1982, New York City, Barack Obama is attending Columbia Univ. and is residing about two blocks away from Weather Underground leader William Ayers on the Upper East side of Manhattan NY. Bill Ayers is attending Bank Street College on the other side of Central Park at West 112th Street going for his Masters in Early Childhood Education. Barack Obama is a Poli Sci major at Columbia Univ, 2960 Broadway at West 116th Street New York. Fast forward to 1997…..Barack Obama Praised ‘Searing and Timely’ a Book by Bill Ayers in 1997 titled “A Kind and Just Parent: The Children of Juvenile Court” in Chicago and Obama is mentioned in the book. http://wwwwbipicomlink.blogspot.com/2008/10/barack-obama-bill-ayers-and-bernardine.html

    Barack Obama was living in the building at 339 East 94th Street when he received a phone call about his father’s death from a car accident in 1982 (see his photo here). While no residents, current or past, who were contacted by The NY Times remembered Mr. Obama, they shared tales of a building with low rents and dicey circumstances during the early 1980s, when Mr. Obama apparently lived there, before and after he graduated from Columbia University in 1983. “B. Obama” was listed in telephone directories at 339 East 94th Street in the early 1980s.

    Mr. Obama did not specify the building number in his memoir, and his campaign has said that he has forgotten specifics of his youth (why ?). At Columbia University in New York City, Barack Obama majored in political science with a specialization in international relations. Barack Obama will not release any information about his days at Columbia Univ, as to what organizations he belonged to, but Obama’s first known public speech takes place at an Occidental College event, sponsored by the Students for Economic Democracy (SED), which is a branch of the Campaign for Economic Democracy (CED), a group that was founded by radical, anti-American, Marxist activist Tom Hayden who was also active with the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) in the 1960′s. William Ayers’ subsequent radical group, the Weather Underground, was comprised of many former SDS members; in 1969 the Weather Underground – then called simply “Weatherman” – declared “war on Obama graduated with a B.A. from Columbia in 1983, then worked for a year at the Business International Corporation and then at the New York Public Interest Research Group. Dan Armstrong, who worked with Mr. Obama at Business International Corporation in New York in 1984 and has deconstructed Mr. Obama’s account of the job.

    Mr. Armstrong’s description of the firm, and those of other co-workers, differs at least in emphasis from Mr. Obama’s. It was a small newsletter-publishing and research firm, with about 250 employees worldwide, that helped companies with foreign operations (they could be called multinationals) understand overseas markets, they said. Far from a bastion of corporate conformity, they said, it was informal and staffed by young people making modest wages. Employees called it “high school with ashtrays.”

    After about a year, Obama was hired by the New York Public Interest Research Group, a nonprofit organization that promotes consumer, environmental and government reform. He became a full-time organizer at City College 160 Convent Ave at West 135th Street in Harlem NY, paid slightly less than $10,000 a year to mobilize student volunteers.

    Barack Obama admitted in his first book that he would “carefully” seek out radical and Marxist friends while at Columbia University through 1983.In 1980 Ayers and Dohrn turned themselves in to federal authorities, but all charges were dropped as a result of alleged “government legal misconduct, use of illegal wire taps. Dohrn and Ayers had began a life together in New York City in the early 1970′s, still underground using assumed ID’s. William “Bill” Ayers used aka Michael Charles Rafferty Jr, aka Jules Michael Taylor, aka Hank Anderson, Bernardine Rae Dohrn used aka Lorraine Anne Jellins, aka Sharon Louise Naylor (Taylor) and aka Karen Louis DeBelius. Ten years later in 1980, Dohrn and Ayers finally turned themselves in, in Chicago.

    Bernardine (NOT Bernadine) Dohrn initially moved to New York City to work for the National Lawyers Guild in 1967,an organization with which the Weather Underground and the Prairie Fire Organizing Committee have worked very closely is the National Lawyers Guild. The National Lawyers Guild in the old days was frequently identified as a legal front organization for the Communist Party. In December 1975, a National Lawyers Guild delegation traveled to Puerto Rico to attend the Congress of the Puerto Eican Socialist Party (Communist). They are expected to send a delegation to the Middle East some time this year to meet with the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). This trip is being organized in coordination wnth the Palestine Solidarity Committee, a group closely linked to the Prairie Fire Organizing Committee.

    Dohrn led the Weatherman faction in the SDS fight and continued to be a leader afterward. In July 1969, Dohrn, Eleanor Raskin, Dianne Donghi, Peter Clapp, David Millstone and Diana Oughton, all representing “Weatherman”, as Dohrn’s faction was now called, traveled to Cuba and met with representatives of the North Vietnamese and Cuban governments. Prior to the March 6, 1970 Greenwich Village townhouse explosion, in which three members of the group were killed as a bomb was being constructed, all members of Weatherman went underground. The group then changed its name to Weather Underground. At the 1969 National Convention of SDS held in Chicago IL, the SDS National officer was Bernardine Dohrn, from the Columbia University NY Chapter of SDS came Jeff Jones, Bill Ayers, Mark Rudd and Jeff Nellen, SDS was the precursor to the Weatherman Group.

    In the fall of 1969, Mark Rudd and Jeff Jones of the Columbia Univ Chapter of SDS (Weatherman members) met regularly with Communist Cuban Intelligence Personal at the Cuban Mission to the U.N. 6 East 67th Street at Fifth Ave Manhattan NY. Funds were dispensed for demonstrations and most probably explosives and explosives making information (see Weatherman Greenwich Village explosion at a West 11th Street apartment belonging to the father of the Weatherman Cathlyn Wilkerson blew up on March 6, 1970, ). In June of 1969 Bernardine Dohrn met with Communist Cuban Intelligence officer Jose Viera at the Cuban Mission to the U.N. at East 67th Street New York NY, the following month (July) Dohrn led a SDS contingent to a meeting in Havana with Communist representatives from Cuba and North Vietnam. In the fall of 1969 the SDS dissolved and Bernardine Dohrn joined forces with Bill Ayers to start the Weathermen.

    Julie Nichamin, one of the old SDS and Weatherman leaders, a repeat “visitor” to Cuba, and a leader of the Prairie Fire Organizing Committee, serves as a coordinator for the Puerto Rican Solidarity- Committee in 1975. The Puerto Rican Solidarity Committee is the propaganda arm of the Puerto Rican Socialist Party and defends terrorist and other violent activities on behalf of Puerto Rican independence. During the last years of their underground life 1979 to 1980, Dohrn and Ayers resided in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago where they used the aliases Christine Louise Douglas and Anthony J. Lee.

    U.S. FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS RECORDS, NEW YORK STATE;
    BERNARDINE DOHRN 04556-054, age now 66, White F , RELEASED 12-23-1982. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Published: January 6, 1983; A Federal judge has freed Bernardine Dohrn, who was jailed seven months ago for refusing to cooperate with a Federal grand jury investigating the 1981 Brink’s armored-car robbery in Rockland County. The judge, Gerard L. Goettel of District Court, said late Tuesday that Miss Dohrn did not have to return to the Federal jail in Manhattan from a Christmas furlough she was given Dec. 23. Miss Dohrn, a former member of the Weather Underground, was one of several uncooperative witnesses subpoenaed by the Federal grand jury probing the aborted robbery in which two Nyack police officers and a guard were killed. After refusing to cooperate with a demand for samples of her handwriting, Miss Dohrn was cited for contempt and jailed on May 19, 1982. She could have been jailed until the grand jury’s term expired, a maximum of 18 months. After leaving the underground (and Federal Prison), Bill Ayers and Dohrn set up shop in NYC in 1982, where they married and where he later earned an M.Ed from Bank Street College at 610 West 112th St New York, NY 10025 in Early Childhood Education (1982-1984), an M.Ed from Teachers College, Columbia University in Early Childhood Education (1987) and an Ed.D from Teachers College, Columbia University in Curriculum and Instruction (1987).

    Investigators have stated that Bernardine Dohrn may have played a small part (or helped plan) the 1981 Brinks’ robbery. Bernardine Dohrn was the manager of the Manhattan children’s boutique Broadway Baby in 1979, which gave her access to customer information; with this information, it was possible for Dohrn to assist in creating fake identification for Family members (Weathermen). Bernardine Dohrn was suspected of assisting those involved by obtaining false drivers’ licenses for them. Bernardine Dohrn had listed an address of 520 West 123rd Street New York NY, two blocks above Columbia Univ. Teachers College. “November 27, 1980 A woman who has lived on the West Side of Manhattan for two years has been identified as Bernardine Dohrn, the fugitive leader of the radical Weather Underground”.

    According to a 1982 New York Times report, “Broadway Baby” which opened in July of 1979, was implicated in an investigation of a series of violent armed robberies in New York—netting more than $2 million over a two-year span—committed by former Black Panthers and Weather Underground members in the early ’80s.

    At “Broadway Baby”, customers often paid by check and used driver’s licenses for identification which is SOP at any department store. On Dec. 28, 1979, information from two customer files was used to apply for two driver’s licenses at the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles. The fraudulent licenses were used to rent getaway cars for the gang from Econo Car where one of the Agents was none other Dohrn’s best friend forever Katherine (Kathy) Boudin.

    Investigators tracked the identities on two licenses for the getaway cars. The names belonged to women who had shopped at Broadway Baby in December 1979. The manager of Broadway Baby during that period of the customer ID theft was Bernardine Dohrn (who at this time was underground with Bill Ayers and already had one child with him, a son, Zayd, in 1977), identified by investigators as taking customer information from one, and possibly both, of the women shoppers. Dohrn was never charged in that case, it appears Dohrn was the “forger” for Weatherman bogus ID’s.

    At the time of the Brink’s robbery, Oct 1981, “Best Friend Forever” Katherine Boudin had been living in New York with a roommate and her son; she worked as an agent for Econo-Car (an employment which facilitated the theft of vehicles for use in armed robberies) and used aliases which included Lynn Adams, Elizabeth Ann Hartwell, and Barbara Edson

    Bernardine Dohrn went to jail for six months rather than testify and provide a hand writing sample to a grand jury about the “1981 Brinks Robbery” matter in 1982. Only because her lawyer was able to convince the judge that Dohrn’s “fanaticism” meant she would never testify was she finally released.

    “The Brinks Robbery and Murders”, On Tuesday the 20th of October 1981, in the village of Nanuet in Rockland County, a gang of armored-car bandits spectacularly hit a Brink’s truck for $1.6 million, killing a guard and wounding two others. At a police roadblock a few minutes later, they opened fire on Nyack cops and killed two of them. A half-dozen or so of the bandits got past the immediate dragnet. A few others were nabbed at the scene. And one of them was 38-year-old Katherine Boudin, who, with Cathy Wilkerson 11 years earlier, had been seen fleeing the Village bomb factory, naked and screaming.

    After the arrest of member Jeff Jones and his wife three days later (in an unrelated incident) the official end of the Weather Underground was marked. Key to disrupting the group for good was the newly created FBI-New York City Police Anti Terrorist Task Force. It brought together the strengths of both organizations and focused them on these domestic terrorists. The task force and others like it paved the way for today’s Joint Terrorism Task Forces.

    Barack Obama, Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn are living in close proximity in Manhattan NY from about 1982 to at least 1984. Bernardine Dohrn moves to Chicago and from 1984 to 1988 Dohrn is employed by the prestigious Chicago Law firm Sidley & Austin, Bill Ayers apparantly stays at Columbia Univ. in New York City until Ed.D graduation in 1987. Michelle Obama joined Sidley & Austin as an associate in the fall of 1988. She had previously been a summer associate at Sidley & Austin—evidently in the summer of 1987 (when Dohrn was there).

    Barack Obama entered Harvard Law School in late 1988, during his summers, he returned to Chicago where he worked as a summer associate at the law firm of Sidley & Austin from 1988 to 1989, this is the same Law Firm where Bernardine Dohrn, the Leader/Founder of the “Weatherman Group”, was already employed.

    By 1995, it appears that Barack Obama had known Bill Ayers & Bernardine Dohrn at least eight years since Ayers and Obama shared involvement in the Alliance for Better Chicago Schools in 1987, Ayers did not leave Columbia Univ. NYC until mid 1987, it appears he travelled back and forth between Chicago and NYC, he got involved with the radical Alliance For Better Schools in Chicago, possibly through Dohrn ?….. The radical School reform movement had begun in 1987 in the wake of an unpopular strike by Chicago teachers. Bill Ayers was active in that reform effort through a group called the Alliance for Better Chicago Schools, or ABCs. ABCs was an alliance of various activists and reform groups that included the Developing Communities Project which Barack Obama headed up at the time as well as Chicago United, a business sector group, that was headed up by Thomas Ayers, father of Bill Ayers.

    Obama Praised ‘Searing and Timely’ a Book by Bill Ayers titled “A Kind and Just Parent: The Children of Juvenile Court” in Chicago; Barack Obama gave a glowing endorsement of the book by former domestic terrorist William Ayers and Barack Obama was mentioned by name in the book itself, Dec. 21, 1997, endorsement was in the Chicago Tribune Newspaper. A month before the item appeared, on Nov. 20, 1997, Michelle Obama, then dean of student services and director of the University Community Service Center, held a panel at the University of Chicago that featured both Barack Obama and terrorist Bill AyersBernardine Dohrn (Ayres wife), was once labeled “the most dangerous woman in America” by none other than J. Edgar Hoover and Dohrn proclaimed, “I consider myself a revolutionary Communist”. . It is unclear whether Obama knew the former fugitive Dohrn through Sidley & Austin but there is no doubt that, by the time Obama joined Sidley & Austin as a Summer associate, Obama had known Bill Ayers for at least two years through their involvement in Alliance for Better Chicago Schools in 1987…..Obama, 21 years involved with terrorist cop killers.

    In 1976, the FBI’s Chicago Field Office prepared a summary which described the activities of the Weather Underground Organization (Dohrn & Ayers), also known as Weathermen. This organization described itself as a revolutionary organization of communist men and women (Dohrn & Ayers). The FBI’s analysis of its motivations, beliefs, and international travels are outlined in this summary.
    Part 1a
    Part 1b
    Part 1c
    Part 2a
    Part 2b
    Part 2c

    Once a Commie always a Commie except now it’s toned down and called Socialism via Barack Obama’s exchange with Joe the Plumber “I think when you spread the wealth around, it’s good for everybody ” wonder where Obama got this from!

  109. VotingFemale says:

    In my view, O’Reilly has an ‘O’Reilly’ Agenda… he wants to be worshiped as does Obama… same personality issues for two different people.

    Hannity is still a Party First, Country Second GOPer.

    Rush and Glenn both see it all for what it really is…

    Clowns to the Left of me, Jokers to the Right.

    Now folks can truly start to understand why Sarah Palin scares the crap out of folks who are not focused on the best interests of the Country, rather focused on themselves and thus their parties.

    The GOP is obviously the lesser of two evils when compared to the DEM party… but make no mistake… the GOP and the DEM parties keep folks occupied in partisan warfare to the benefit of their parties and to the determent of the best interests of We the People who has been shocked into alertness, attention, and action.

    This is truly Historic Times we are living and will no doubt be studied when we today are all long dead and gone from this earth.

    The GOP is being calledout… by the majority of the Party… to lead, follow, or get the hell out of the way and start doing the work We the People demand they do… to stop this Communist nudge by nudge take over or else get run over.

    The full list of Hoffman endorsers is like a who’s who of Conservatives who are members of the GOP and it grows daily.

    I predict the fallout will drop heavily on the” GOP above Country” thinking heavy hitters like a ship slamming full speed into a dock. Let’s see how long it will take them.

    Do you hear us now?

  110. m2 says:

    alright, it’s a little disjointed…

    this is the important part, after you read that BD and BA are criminals, commited communists and murdering terrorists.

    Barack Obama, Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn are living in close proximity in Manhattan NY from about 1982 to at least 1984. Bernardine Dohrn moves to Chicago and from 1984 to 1988 Dohrn is employed by the prestigious Chicago Law firm Sidley & Austin, Bill Ayers apparantly stays at Columbia Univ. in New York City until Ed.D graduation in 1987. Michelle Obama joined Sidley & Austin as an associate in the fall of 1988. She had previously been a summer associate at Sidley & Austin—evidently in the summer of 1987 (when Dohrn was there).

    Barack Obama entered Harvard Law School in late 1988, during his summers, he returned to Chicago where he worked as a summer associate at the law firm of Sidley & Austin from 1988 to 1989, this is the same Law Firm where Bernardine Dohrn, the Leader/Founder of the “Weatherman Group”, was already employed.

    By 1995, it appears that Barack Obama had known Bill Ayers & Bernardine Dohrn at least eight years since Ayers and Obama shared involvement in the Alliance for Better Chicago Schools in 1987, Ayers did not leave Columbia Univ. NYC until mid 1987, it appears he travelled back and forth between Chicago and NYC, he got involved with the radical Alliance For Better Schools in Chicago, possibly through Dohrn ?….. The radical School reform movement had begun in 1987 in the wake of an unpopular strike by Chicago teachers. Bill Ayers was active in that reform effort through a group called the Alliance for Better Chicago Schools, or ABCs. ABCs was an alliance of various activists and reform groups that included the Developing Communities Project which Barack Obama headed up at the time as well as Chicago United, a business sector group, that was headed up by Thomas Ayers, father of Bill Ayers.

    Obama Praised ‘Searing and Timely’ a Book by Bill Ayers titled “A Kind and Just Parent: The Children of Juvenile Court” in Chicago; Barack Obama gave a glowing endorsement of the book by former domestic terrorist William Ayers and Barack Obama was mentioned by name in the book itself, Dec. 21, 1997, endorsement was in the Chicago Tribune Newspaper. A month before the item appeared, on Nov. 20, 1997, Michelle Obama, then dean of student services and director of the University Community Service Center, held a panel at the University of Chicago that featured both Barack Obama and terrorist Bill AyersBernardine Dohrn (Ayres wife), was once labeled “the most dangerous woman in America” by none other than J. Edgar Hoover and Dohrn proclaimed, “I consider myself a revolutionary Communist”

  111. VotingFemale says:

    M2, I clearly get the point of what you are saying…

    The Communists are purposeful anarchists who are focused on fulfilling their monomaniacal “destiny” of F-ing people up for personal profit and gain of power.

  112. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good stuff m2. Keep up the good work!

    Moveon.org Issues Warning to Democrats Opposed to ‘Public Option’
    Any Democrat who opposes the government option will lose support from the organization’s 5 million members, according to an e-mail sent by the group to its supporters.

    Moveon.org issued a warning Tuesday to any Democrat who might join Republicans to filibuster a government-run insurance option — if you oppose the government option you will lose support from the organization’s 5 million members

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced Monday that the Senate’s version of a health care reform bill will include a so-called public option. Moveon.org issued its e-mail to its supporters threatening revolt one day later.

    The group said it surveyed its members over the weekend and found that “93 percent of MoveOn members agreed that any senator who helps block an up-or-down vote on a health care bill with the public option should lose the support of all five million of us — no donations, no volunteering, and no help getting out the vote.”

    To ensure conservative Democrats will not oppose the public option, the group is launching an “emergency campaign” to urge them to support an up-or-down vote.

    Despite its support, the group added that Reid’s bill is still problematic.

    “The ‘opt-out’ version of the public option has real problems,” the e-mail said, adding that “the most conservative states in the country would likely opt out, potentially leaving millions of uninsured folks without access to the affordable health care a public option would provide.”

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2009/10/27/moveonorg-issues-warning-democrats-opposed-public-option/

  113. m2 says:

    I think O’Reilly is weird.
    But I still watch most times because he covers more than Fringe Media do.

    Hannity is kind of, not “getting it”… he believes Obama is extreme, but he doesn’t go as far as Becka and Rush.

    Rush has said from the beginning that Obama is doing it on purpose.
    Always.
    Rush isn’t afraid.
    And he holds up Sarah Palin as a model conservative.

    Hannity still has people like McCain come on and talk.

    Glenn is different and unique from Rush, because he presents an ABUNDANCE of material in very creative and visual ways, he’s getting into the nitty-gritty and he has a great personality.

    I don’t like how O’Reilly treats him.

    Rush and Glenn are rock solid and each unique. The GOP is not purposefully evil like this current crop of Dems (commies?) are. They are just encroached in the Elitist cushion of D.C. and Term Limits will help everyone return to the foundations of their party I think.

    No wonder they haven’t enacted it, they have cushy lives. Didn’t they award themselves a pay raise in the stimulus?

    … Rush said yesterday that a Primary where the candidate is decided upon by real Americans and not back room elites is when you get the Conservative candidate. The Hoffman race had no primary and the RINOS chose what is probably a Soros plant.

    That McCain was elected in our primary, is the result of dirty Democrats crossing party lines to choose the man that isn’t much of a conservative. That’s the behavior this new era of Democrats have ushered in since 2004/06/ and now 08…

  114. m2 says:

    it’s like 6 degrees of seperation! Since ol’ BD loves Manson… LOL!!!

    VF say:

    M2, I clearly get the point of what you are saying…

    The Communists are purposeful anarchists who are focused on fulfilling their monomaniacal “destiny” of F-ing people up for personal profit and gain of power.

  115. m2 says:

    OOOOH BIG UGLY SOROS IS GETTING ANGRY!!!

    Moveon.org Issues Warning to Democrats Opposed to ‘Public Option’

  116. m2 says:

    How are they still allowed to say “affordable” when it’s not? And when millions will actually lose coverage. No one holds them accountable to their propaganda… but FNC.

    Tellit wrote from moveon:
    “The ‘opt-out’ version of the public option has real problems,” the e-mail said, adding that “the most conservative states in the country would likely opt out, potentially leaving millions of uninsured folks without access to the affordable health care a public option would provide.”

  117. VotingFemale says:

    MoveOn.org uses the number 5 million as though it were a real number.

    Fact is, many of those email address accumulated last year during the campaign includes many independent thinking moderates who oppose this Communist Thrust into the Heart of America…

    I have no problem with DEMs who are centrists thoug I disagree on many things with them, they are not the enemy.

    MoveOn.org dailykos.org ACORN SEIU and their shadow orgs are all controlled by Communists bent on destruction of America.

    Moderate DEMs will have to choose… Communism or America… pick a side and go there.

  118. tellitlikeitis says:

    m2, They live on the philisophy that if you tell a lie long enough eventually it becomes the truth.

  119. What an awesome group of ppl.You all are! I’m reading all of your stuff.

    My husband wanted to watch a movie last night but I’d rather blog. This is therapy for me.lol~ To know that others see the forrest for the trees.

    I’m an ex Democrat who believes the cure for Liberalism ( for me anyway ) was going to work for myself 10 years ago.

    I promise you that less government is the answer.

    I’ve also learned.Thanks to CNN ireports that YES! Virginia ( my state ) that the media/libs want to think for you. Your independent thoughts & ideas are not welcomed by the left.

    Ann Coulter & Michael Savage are my favorites. Ann is 110% correct. There is & has been as assult on America for a long,long time.

    Luv Ann! She speaks my language & doesn’t hold back. I’m hoping & praying that Sarah gets her hootspa. It’s going to take the claws coming out ( literally ) to kick some lib azz. Especially for a conservative,non coventional woman like Barracuda Sarah.

  120. m2 says:

    I am so tired of the lies.

    and very true VF… that 5 mil ‘against’ is another lie. What isn’t a lie, with these people?

    The Truth will set us free.
    It would be easy to sink to their level and just make up smears, but it’s not right.

  121. m2 says:

    I got to do some stuff, will bbl tellit and VF! :)

    btw, that CNN protest video was good to see!

  122. m2 says:

    hey susan!
    got to watch those hubbies… they easy get jealous of online time. I know from experience!

    susan says:
    My husband wanted to watch a movie last night but I’d rather blog. This is therapy for me.lol~ To know that others see the forrest for the trees.

  123. m2 says:

    and susan, ann said a long time ago, a long long time ago that the healthcare deal is just about getting a permanent majority Leftist country. She’s an upfront, unafraid and honest speaker.

  124. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Susan!!!

    I believe Sarah Palin learned some very serious lessons in National Politics… country girl goes to New York and learns to thrive in the Asphalt Jungle…

    Her distracting critics are going on the past… Sarah is busy creating her future.

    It is like seeing a very bright and promising collage grad go into the work world… a few bumps and bruises on the start but the McCain-Palin campaign was not the wreck of the Titanic… rather a trial run for a kick ass woman.

  125. tellitlikeitis says:

    I am looking forward to the NJ and Virginia races because if they are a blow out for the dems healthcare will be dead.

  126. m2 says:

    I often had tears in my eyes when she spoke. Palin is a natural, and in these extremist times, she is what the country feels and identifies with…

    Well I really got to log out,
    laters!

  127. VotingFemale says:

    You can say that again! ;)

    the stories I could tell lol

    m2 says

    hey susan!
    got to watch those hubbies… they easy get jealous of online time. I know from experience!

  128. VotingFemale says:

    All indications are the DEMs are going to go down in defeat…

    Obama? Can you HEAR US NOW????

    tellitlikeitis says

    I am looking forward to the NJ and Virginia races because if they are a blow out for the dems healthcare will be dead.

  129. tellitlikeitis says:

    I use to think that Clinton would sink the democrat party. He damaged them quite severely during his rein but it looks like Obama is going to take them right to the bottom of the ocean into the abyss.

  130. tellitlikeitis says:

    Weak Dollar Is Protectionist Barrier: Bill Gross

    Published: Wednesday, 28 Oct 2009 | 8:59 AM ET Text Size By: Antonia Oprita
    Associate Web Producer, CNBC.com

    The dollar is likely to continue depreciating and the ‘new normal’ will see consumers shedding debt in an attempt to balance their books, Bill Gross, the influential manager who runs top bond fund Pimco, told CNBC Wednesday.

    “I think the dollar is an over-owned currency. The Chinese, the Asians have basically owned too many dollars for too long,” Gross told “Squawk Box.”

    The government has increased borrowing and this will make the dollar “more and more owned and less and less desirable” but this is necessary for balancing the world economy, as it may result in higher production in the US and lower production in China.

    The greenback poses China with a challenge as well, as its exporters may be happy about the competitive advantage a lower yuan – which is pegged to the dollar – gives them, but the government’s massive foreign exchange reserves are mostly in US Treasury bills.

    “Let’s face it, they (the Chinese government) are earning zero percent on their treasury bills and they’re suffering a depreciating currency at the same time,” Gross said.

    In the “new normal” for the world economies, investors will have to get used to “a very low return on asset market,” he explained.

    “This aversion to the risk trade says hey we’ve had a good run… and we’ve re-normalized,” Gross added.

    The New Normal

    “The new normal basically recognizes that we’re in an economy that’s de-levering and that we’ll move to an average level that’s lower than before,” he said. “We’re de-levering, loans are going to be less available…homeowners are going to have to put 20 percent down now, as opposed to zero.”

    The standard of living in the US is likely to go down with the dollar, as “we’ve spent too much” over the past 20 years, according to Gross.

    The government likes the weaker dollar, despite the support for a strong currency it shows publicly, and other protectionist tendencies are visible.

    “Let’s face it, a lower dollar is basically a protectionist barrier,” he said.

    The Federal Reserve is likely to keep rates at the same level for a while, because the economy would need to grow by nominal rates of 4 percent or 5 percent to prevent debt from destroying growth, he said.

    “They (the Fed) have to stay low because the embedded cost of debt in the economy is 67 percent,” said Gross.

    The bill to reform the financial sector is worrying, because it looks like politics will have a greater say in capital markets, he warned.

    “To the extent that some powers were taken from the Fed and given to the Treasury and other bodies… you have a market that becomes more political, that’s a danger,” Gross told CNBC.

    http://www.cnbc.com/id/33504871

  131. VotingFemale says:

    Not all of the Republicans who have been mentioned as 2012 presidential candidates are getting involved in the congressional race between Doug Hoffman and Dede Scozzafava.

    Eric Fehrnstrom, a spokesman for Mitt Romney, said the former Massachusetts governor has no plans to weigh in for Hoffman or Scozzafava.

    The same for former governor Mike Huckabee (Ark.), Sen. John Thune (S.D.) and Rep. Mike Pence (Ind.), according to spokesmen for each.

    There ya go folks… these cowards are sitting it out safely on the sidelines… waiting to see which way the wind blows.

    cowards…

  132. VotingFemale says:

    Clinton paved the way for a Bush win… not a killing blow for the DEM party… and Bill figured out that radicalism was the touch of death to a top national politician and pretty much stayed on a liberal path and away from Marxism.

    I see Obama as a Kamakazi Communist… all in, win loose or draw… and that sets him apart from every DEM president which has preceded him. Obama seeded the Tea Party Strorm and is personally responsible for awakening the sleeping conservative and American loving Moderates in this country.

    Thanks, Obama.

    tellitlikeitis says

    I use to think that Clinton would sink the democrat party. He damaged them quite severely during his rein but it looks like Obama is going to take them right to the bottom of the ocean into the abyss.

  133. tellitlikeitis says:

    Vf, You are right about Obama. I don’t think he is the least bit detered about the push back that is going on against his agenda. That’s why I believe these appointed czars are plan B. If he can’t push communism through the front door he will slip it in through the back door. Either way it will be full speed ahead and the American people be dammed.

  134. M2, Aint that the truth! Even after 7 years of marriage. I am still learnin’.

    I’m an internet junkie! I admit it,but there’s a wealth of knowledge on here.

    VF, I did not even know,who?! Sarah Palin was until McCain picked her as VP. I think that John McCain held her back.

    I’m a cat person too ;) and my advice to Sarah Palin is get the claws OUT! Because libs are vile,hateful ppl who will stop at nothing.

    Hillary sold out & became ONE of the good ole boys. Or maybe she always was one of the guys.lol~

    Sarah is the real deal and she does it all while looking like a woman ;) I mean isn’t that the point*

    I never got the ugly pantsuit thing. Women can have it all & kick Katie Courics lib azz.

  135. FrankC says:

    ?? TYPO ???

    >>>New Jersey House of Representatives Seat for
    the 23rd district.

    Was I the only one to actually read your post?

  136. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hi Susan, I love your avatar photo. You look like a red haired cutie. Red haired women are unique because there aren’t many of them. They also have unique personalities and can be somewhat temperamental but that’s not always a bad thing. The red hair women I have know tend to be very bright usually with above normal IQ’S.

  137. VotingFemale says:

    Hi FrankC,

    Thanks for the editor heads up… typo it was. AndI always appreciate input on that kind of stuff. I proof read it but didn’t catch it.

    Clearly, this is a run for the US House not the New Jersey House.

    I clarified it as follows…

    “with a Democrat and a Republican for New Jersey’s US House of Representatives Seat for the 23rd district.”

    FrankC says

    ?? TYPO ???

    >>>New Jersey House of Representatives Seat for
    the 23rd district.

    Was I the only one to actually read your post?

  138. Foxwood says:

    This has been one of the roughest weeks I’ve had. More rain on the way. Means more outages… WAH!

  139. tellitlikeitis says:

    Here’s one just for you foxwood. lol

  140. tellitlikeitis says:

    Or maybe you prefer this one. lol

  141. VotingFemale says:

    check this out…

    tee hee

  142. tellitlikeitis // October 28, 2009 at 12:32 pm

    Hi Susan, I love your avatar photo. You look like a red haired cutie. Red haired women are unique because there aren’t many of them. They also have unique personalities and can be somewhat temperamental but that’s not always a bad thing. The red hair women I have know tend to be very bright usually with above normal IQ’S.

    Thank-you! but now I’m a blonde,again.

    Everyone on here is very bright :) I’m just… street smart.

    I was a grass roots
    Dem. Until I realized that the Dem party was
    hijacked by far left loons. Now I call myself an independent,working class Conservative. I’m just a small business person who wants LESS government. Like Sarah Palin. I hate govt. waste.

    BTW! Did anyone catch my girl,Ann Coulter recently telling Geraldo ( buffoon! ) that The Republican party shouldn’t have “a leader” thatwe are all independent thinkers* I’m onboard.

  143. Foxwood says:

    Here we go, tellit…

  144. Foxwood says:

    I love the backward masking…

  145. samhenry says:

    VF, tellit, M2, Fox, and Susan – on my way to pick up a mass air flow sensor. The Great Cat had one installed shortly after I signed up!

    Speaking of The Great Cat – Susan said:

    I am a cat person. VF is a Cat who picks her battles and when she does you have never seen such riches in ratiocination. And she never goes personal unless it is a public figure. She is a very well-bred cat who loves to scrap but knows her audience. I have learned a great deal.

    I onthe other hand am the iron fist beneath the velvet glove. Humor and ratiocination with a bite. Again, exercised on public figures only.

    End of analysis and profile. Love having you and the fresh perspective you bring.

  146. samhenry says:

    M2 – Knock off that redheads are superior stuff. You know very well that us gray-haired beauties have it all over all of the other colors that nature and the purveyors of youthful colors provide. LOL

    Have to dash my good pal. Laters

    Laters to the rest of my good friends

    DOG OVERBOARD

  147. Foxwood says:

    Are you going to use the jpg, VF?
    :)

  148. Foxwood says:

    Morning SamH! Later SamH!

  149. tellitlikeitis says:

    I love Ann Coulter. They try to box her in on her comments and she just leaves them in the dust. lol The fraud waste and abuse in this government is mind boggling. I willing to bet half the federal budget is wasted. The elected officials don’t have any concept of real money. It’s like well if we need more we will just print more,borrow more, or tax the walking atm machines out there called the American taxpayer. This massive debt we have now is going to create such havoc one day it will be beyond kaotic.

  150. Foxwood says:

    Obutthole is a man that want’s to use the crashing economy to devalue the dollar. I have to agree with Beck that our land will be the backing of the dollar after it crashes. That is why this administration is getting the parks from the states. Don’t forget that Freddy and Fanny own half of the loans out today also. If your in debt, your in trouble.

  151. Telli, I agree! and Ann Coulter has her claws out ready to swipe but purrs at the same time.lol~ She has grace & she is a good sport BUT she takes no BS from libs.

    Going on the “Joy Behar” show. Oh my goodness! Ann Coulter has patience,too!

    I can not stand Joy Behar. It’s NO! surprise that CNN hired her.

  152. tellitlikeitis says:

    Joy Behar is a miserable winch. There is no joy in joy. She is just another stupid kool-aid drinking moron.

  153. Foxwood says:

    “I can not stand Joy Behar. It’s NO! surprise that CNN hired her.”

    ??? They deserve each other!!!

  154. tellitlikeitis says:

    VF, I like the new Obama photograph. Looks like he is getting all wee wee’d up and down too. lol

  155. Foxwood says:

    Like I always say, better to get wee wee’ed off than wee wee’ed on…

  156. tellitlikeitis says:

    With talent like No Joy Behar they must be comfortable being in the bottom of the cable ratings. Maybe if we get lucky all the sponsors will pull out and CNN will just become a bad memory.

  157. Foxwood says:

    I’ve ruined less TVs in the last ten years since I stopped watching CNN and started watching Fox.

  158. VotingFemale says:

    oh yeah… very few photoshops I have created stayed in the dark, dear! I am almost finished with a blogpost now but will save that one for a future post. All are free to use it, whenever they wish! ;)

    (the pic being discussed: http://votingfemale.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/obama-just-say-no-to-communists.jpg )

    Foxwood says

    Are you going to use the jpg, VF?
    :)

  159. VotingFemale says:

    ahhh screw it… I’ll use it today

    hahahahahaha

  160. Joy has No Joy = luvs it!

    I am loving this blog! purr~

    I’ve got to get going but I’ll BBL.

    My claws are out for BHO,CNN,MSNBC & vile libs. Ireports is not going to de-claw me ( shut me up ).

    Talk later~

  161. VotingFemale says:

    See you later, Girl!

    keep them clawz sharp!

    xireportersusan says

    Joy has No Joy = luvs it!

    I am loving this blog! purr~

    I’ve got to get going but I’ll BBL.

    My claws are out for BHO,CNN,MSNBC & vile libs. Ireports is not going to de-claw me ( shut me up ).

    Talk later~

  162. VotingFemale says:

    lord we former iReporters all remember the iReport de-tox we all went through, huh?

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