Barack Obama – An Angry Black Man in the Wright House; America Pushes Back against Socialist Agenda Promotion of “Black-On-White Spanking Moments”

"the Cambridge Police acted STUPIDLY" -Barack Obama engaging in Presidential Race Baiting against American Police Nationwide for political gain

"The Cambridge Police acted STUPIDLY" -Barack Obama engaging in Presidential Race Baiting against American Police Nationwide for political gain.

Everyone Saw it… Everyone Heard it… Barack Obama Seized an Opportunity to Crap on every single Police Officer in the nation characterizing them as Racist.

“The Cambridge Police Department Acted Stupidly” will follow Obama to the end of days… He meant every word of it and he said it because The Socialist Agenda, his Agenda, uses RACE as a Weapon against Conservatives… in other words, against Whites in this country, and continues to brow beat American Citizens for Slavery to this day. Why? Because it is Socialist “Victimology 101.”

Well… The President got shoved back by the American Public, by both Black Americans and White Americans. The only ones to back the President’s anti-white racism are his anti-white racist Pals.

A Firestorm has ignited, and it is far from over.

Did the President apologize? No.

Instead Barack “walked back” what his post attack damage control agents characterized as  “Obama’s Uncalibrated Comments.”

Calibrate – to plan or devise (something) carefully so as to have a precise use, application, appeal, etc.: a sales strategy calibrated to rich investors.

Obama ever so carefully calibrated the phrase “The Cambridge Police acted STUPIDLY” to effect his desired and intended strategy…. to malign police departments nationwide by promoting Black on White Racism to it’s fullest advantage of Socialist Gain.

Obama got the suprise of his life… when it totally backfired and instead has the opposite effect he so carefully “calibrated” with his “stupidly” attack.

Obama, you can’t “WALK BACK” your heart felt anti-white racism any more than your Pal and Mentor of 20 years, Rev. Wright, can walk back his.

It is an inseparable  part of who you are. That is how it is with Racists.


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475 Responses to Barack Obama – An Angry Black Man in the Wright House; America Pushes Back against Socialist Agenda Promotion of “Black-On-White Spanking Moments”

  1. Foxwood says:

    Is that mouth sore, Obummer? It hurts trying to put that foot in it.

  2. Foxwood says:

    Of course you could just leave it in. Ask Joe.

  3. samiam60 says:

    VF, you certainly tell it like it is! America is waking up to all the under handed trickery this Prez is trying to dish out. There are so many issues raised now and in such a short time that it is hard to keep up. How can this Prez expect any chance at re-election with behavior such as this so early in his Presidency?

  4. karmahd says:

    Ahhhh Yeah, I agree with everything said in this post!! You can take the racist out of the hood, but you cannot take the hood out of the racist, it is second nature to Obama. He is a pissed off slighted half black man with an agenda!! But the agenda is being uncovered by his daily Freudian slips!!!

  5. karmahd says:

    OK, moving too slow, I will check back with ya’all later…

  6. SamHenry says:

    Hi all. The Socialist-Dictator-In-Chief has come out of the closet.

    He uses a teleprompter to make certain that he adheres to his carefully crafted text not because he can’t speak off the cuff.

    Someone on CNN just remarked: Just maybe we are finally at a point that you can arrest a jerk for being a jerk.

    Bill Bennet is one holding up the debate for us.

  7. SamHenry says:

    It was such a good post, VF that it blew Karm away!

  8. SamHenry says:

    I just can’t get past the point that he made a disclaimer: “I perhaps am prejudice and not all the facts are in…BUT….”

    He lost me right there. I was stunned. An attorney and President did not follow standard protocol in these kinds of situations. IN SAYING WHAT HE SAID, HE CLEARLY MOVED FROM ‘BRINGING US ALL TOGETHER’ TO DIVIDING US; FROM BEING A PRESIDENT THAT REPRESENTS ALL OF US TO BEING AS HE PUT IT ‘PREJUDICE.”

  9. SamHenry says:

    It is understood – the stupidity of the “stupidly” remark.

    PEOPLE – the police in Cambridge do not accept that a person with ID is that person. And even if it is, to protect the Professor in case there were any other prople HE did not know about, he was asked to come out of the house (my recolection of the explanation of why he wanted him out).

  10. SamHenry says:


    The lecture on racial profiling – obviously targeting whites. The professor claimed it happened. For the President to explain racial profiling was not only to support his friend over the policeman but to inflame the situation further – a rallying cry to blacks; a point whites were uncertain happened. Division – what the President sought.

  11. SamHenry says:

    The President has been fortunate. He has had one fortunately timed event and one he created to cover the passage of the Health Reform bill:

    1. Michael Jackson’s funeral
    2. The Gates furor.

    The Gates thing will not end anytime soon. As the debate continues it is possible that the President and his words will get lost in the dust and the simplicity of racial profiling will take over.

    As I said at the beginning, I still can’t get past how the President responded to the Cambridge situation. All of the President’s men can relax: He is there for them using the Bully Pulpit to protect them. And he thinks his oratory still has charm to foster change..

  12. VotingFemale says:

    SamH, he carefully calibrated what he said when he said “The Cambridge Police Acted Stupidly” and it was the act of a Presendental Racist Bully.

    What he failed to calibrate was that he is getting his ass kicked for it…

    He picked on the Wrong White Man, in the case of Officer Crowley, of the Cambridge Police Department.

  13. ohiobelle says:

    Oh my god, I can’t stop laughing… hahaha

    Foxwood wrote:

    Is that mouth sore, Obummer? It hurts trying to put that foot in it.


  14. VotingFemale says:

    ObamaCare is not a “Reform of Health” it is designed to cripple the American Public and make them his victims.

    The more I learn what is really in that bill the more I realize just how dangerous are the Socialists.

    2010 can not come soon enough…

  15. ohiobelle says:

    Obummer is showing his racist side these days… Jeremiah Wright is coming out.

  16. VotingFemale says:

    Anyone notice the lack of Media coverage of the events honoring Sarah Palin in Alaska???

  17. ohiobelle says:

    hello vf!

    Did you know that only a black doctor can treat black patients? Who is rasict now?

  18. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Belle!

    I see more conservative bitches are arriving!


  19. VotingFemale says:

    Michael Jackson’s doctor is available…

    ohiobelle says

    hello vf!

    Did you know that only a black doctor can treat black patients? Who is rasict now?

  20. ohiobelle says:


    Bitches are in the house!! lol

  21. SamHenry says:

    Sarah Palin coverage: I have noticed negative coverage – and some positive coverage.

    The positive coverage reported that people at the picnicks cheered her when she arrived.

  22. ohiobelle says:

    I am worried to death that this bill will pass!!

    If Obama can’t have this type of health coverage… then his family should!! His family isn’t running this country!!

  23. ohiobelle says:

    I wonder how the Obummers would deal with their children being tossed and treated in this type of f*** up system???

  24. SamHenry says:

    Belle – you are right there be bitches in the house.

    Paul Begala on CNN just said: I went on a fishing trip to Alaska – loved it but the whole two weeks I was there no one mentioned Sarah Palin.

    I guess the fact that satisfied cits don’t have to mention her occurred to him.

  25. VotingFemale says:

    I have created a WordPress search tag and will be including it for all blog posts going forward.

    I rec. we all adopt it to show solidarity… I first heard the term spoken by Rush Limbaugh during his two part interview with Greta on FOX…

    The Search Tag??

    Conservative Blog Network

    WordPress allows spaces in their search tags unlike iReport.

  26. ohiobelle says:

    If it is good enough for our children then it is good enough for his!!!!!

    Did you guys know that they tried this healthcare system in Hawaii and it failed after 7 months??

  27. SamHenry says:

    Belle – it already bothers me that he intimated that the people on this Health Care Plan will not have the same coverage as government employees. I will not pay for gov. employees to have expensive health care.

  28. ohiobelle says:

    ahhhh I LOVE IT!!

    VF wrote: Conservative Blog Network

  29. ohiobelle says:

    Sam, Do you want gov. employees on nationalized health care?

  30. ohiobelle says:

    I have to step away for a few minutes. I’ll be right back.

  31. SamHenry says:

    Conservative Blog Network

    VF – you are creating the Conservative Blog Network?

    FANTASTIC – it will go beyond WordPress?

  32. SamHenry says:

    Belle – I do want gov employees on nationalized health care. If it is good enough for Cits, it is good enough for us and we will save money – I think. They hav the best coverage in the nation.

  33. VotingFemale says:

    It will go as far as people take it…

    SamHenry says

    Conservative Blog Network

    VF – you are creating the Conservative Blog Network?

    FANTASTIC – it will go beyond WordPress?

  34. SamHenry says:

    But you have implemented it – right?

  35. VotingFemale says:

    I have, with this blog post, added that WordPress Search Term.

    I will also write a Blog Post urging as many Conservative Bloggers as possible to associate with the term.

    The Power of US will be the theme…

  36. Foxwood says:

    I’ll be in and out today with the grilling and house work. Oh, and the rest of the 2nd bottle.


  37. VotingFemale says:

    Grilling what dear?

    Do you do smoked beef brisket??

  38. SamHenry says:

    Fox – ever grill a buterflied leg of lamb for special times? Loaded with garlic it is devine! Garlic is necessary in all food IMO. It and not bread is my staff of life!

  39. SamHenry says:

    Cat – I smoke beef brisket but I don’t inhale – lol. It is a good idea – I will try it. I am a traditionalist in my beef brisket prep.

  40. SamHenry says:

    NEWS FLASH. That B…. Mayor of Cambridge who apologized to the Professor and angrily said an investigation would be launched and that it would never happen again in Cambridge – will be on CNN this hour. This entire hour seems to be on the Gates issue.

  41. SamHenry says:

    It’s noon here and I have spent 3 hours on line this AM – 1 over my limit. I will check in periodically. Will miss you all!

    Dog sadly overboard…

  42. VotingFemale says:

    lol dear…

    We had smoked beef brisket yesterday…

    Serious Texas YUMMMMM!!!!!

    gotta run for now… check in laters!

  43. ohiobelle says:

    SamHenry wrote: Belle – I do want gov employees on nationalized health care. If it is good enough for Cits, it is good enough for us and we will save money – I think. They hav the best coverage in the nation.

    I think if we have to suck up this crap then they will HAVE to join us!!

  44. ohiobelle says:

    VF wrote: The Power of US will be the theme…

    I love that!! Count me in…

  45. ohiobelle says:

    Nancy Pelosi just lied her butt off on State of the Union!!! She said illegals won’t have access to this health care…. LIAR!!! 10 million will have access!!

  46. ohiobelle says:


  47. karmahd says:

    OK I am back and everyone is leaving, ohhhhh well back to cleaning my cave!!

  48. ohiobelle says:

    I am a big believer in prevention as well!!! We need to prevent Pelosi from passing her Socialist agenda!!!

  49. ohiobelle says:

    Hello Karma.

    Did you know that I hate Nancy Pelosi?

  50. Foxwood says:

    I’m grilling bacon wrapped hotdogs, pico de gallo bugers, sirloin, cheddar brauts, and hot thighs (jalapeno wrapped in a boneless chicken thigh wrapped in bacon).

    My kids come over to eat every Sunday.

  51. karmahd says:

    Well Belle yes I did know that, and I do not care for the sniveling stone faced bitch myself, she is a liar of the lowest moral regard!!!

  52. karmahd says:

    Fox, how’s your health LOLOLOLO

  53. Foxwood says:

    Yeah, I’d like to grill Nancy Palosi too, but I’d throw that nasty thing away when I got done.

  54. ohiobelle says:

    Hello Foxwood.

    Karma wrote: Well Belle yes I did know that, and I do not care for the sniveling stone faced bitch myself, she is a liar of the lowest moral regard!!!

    hahahhaha!! My blood pressure pill hasn’t kicked in yet! I had to take one after listening to more of her LIES!!!

  55. Foxwood says:

    Yeah, Karma, I heard that hotdogs would have a warning label on them. But I hear that bacon is good for the vascular system. Then you draino the veins out with some Jim Beam.

  56. Foxwood says:

    Time to check on the fire.

  57. karmahd says:

    Fox, everything you mentioned that you are cooking sounds real F’ing good to me!! You little nose miners are eating well. As much as I like pork, I believe Pelosi would taste a bit gamey!!!

  58. ohiobelle says:

    Foxwood wrote: Yeah, I’d like to grill Nancy Palosi too, but I’d throw that nasty thing away when I got done.

    hahahaha UGH!!! I am going to have to walk away for a while. I am going to try working in the yard for a while. I already feel sorry for my bushes. lol

  59. karmahd says:

    Ohio, I think a lot of the people we focus on here will be looking for work after 2010. Breath deeply, slow, focus on sunsets and pretty blue water, BP is not something to take lightly, OHMMMMMM OHMMMMMMMM, LOL

  60. ohiobelle says:

    Karma wrote: I believe Pelosi would taste a bit gamey!!!

    haha. That’s funny as hell.

    I’ll check back after I chop up a couple of bushes.

  61. m2 says:

    just a drive-by here. I see VF is calling on search tag, Conservative Blog Network. Excellent thinking.

    I only saw parts of the Greta/Rush interview, but Rush sounded (and looked!) great.

    He’s lost some weight.
    He’s so common sense thank goodness for Rush.

  62. ohiobelle says:

    Karma, my blood pressure spikes up everytime I hear their lies. IT SUCKS!!!

  63. karmahd says:

    Hey M2 who is the person in you Avatar??

  64. karmahd says:

    Jesus turn off the tv and computer, because all we have from this bum is lies, and his crew are all consummate liars. That is truth, they lie!

  65. Foxwood says:

    I like grilled pork like most, but grilled palosi is enough to make you gag. BLEK! I think I just vomited in my mouth a little.

  66. m2 says:

    It is Willow Ufgood!

    From that 80’s wonder movie “Willow” also starring Val Kilmer.

    I have to leave and do an errand, chat later!

  67. karmahd says:

    How about a POO POO PELOSI platter! Careful when you eat it, you might get bit back!!

  68. SamHenry says:

    Driveby dog – I can’t watch the wicked witch of Washington at all. I know what she will say and so why subject myself to it. It is like dealing with unkind hecklers on my iReports as I am doing now.

  69. Foxwood says:

    EW! You mean it’s not quite dead yet? Burn it again!

  70. karmahd says:

    I saw that movie M2, pretty good if I remember, and that is the thin Val Kilmer days LOL

  71. karmahd says:

    No Foxwood that virus is hard to kill, Samhenry you need some conservative assistance on Iwhine??

  72. Foxwood says:

    1966 The Hombres

  73. karmahd says:

    SamH you have a new comment

  74. Foxwood says:

    Let it all hang out!

  75. SamHenry says:

    FOX – you burn witches at the stake; you don’t grill them.

  76. karmahd says:

    Grill or stake, tough call??

  77. Foxwood says:

    Or you just put a stake through her. She may be a vamp.

  78. Foxwood says:

    Who’s up? Hotdogs and brauts are done.

  79. Foxwood says:

    What’s that smell?

    Guess I should have saved Nancy for last. That’s gonna give those brauts a bad taste.

  80. karmahd says:

    Foxwood throw the bad meat to the gators, Dats what we do heeera in Florida!!

  81. SamHenry says:

    Yes, FOX – she is probably the Vamp of Savannah GA

  82. ohiobelle says:

    Brauts sound great! I will take one with some onions and stadium mustard. Do you have some cold beer?? lol yummy..

  83. ohiobelle says:


  84. Foxwood says:

    Yeah Karma, but you can’t even use it for bait. Dat gater will taste foul too. Did I mention I used to have a weenie dog? You almost have to keep pets inside. His name was scoobydoo, but I call him gater bait now.

  85. ohiobelle says:

    a little music for our picnic.. lol

  86. Foxwood says:

    All I got for booze is Jim Beam. Care for a snake bite?

  87. Foxwood says:

    Banking Queen to go right along with King Bee. Yowza!

  88. Foxwood says:

    Pico Burgers will be ready next.

  89. ohiobelle says:

    oh yea…. that sounds great!

    Fox wrote: Care for a snake bite?

  90. ohiobelle says:

    Fox, I wish I could come over!

  91. Foxwood says:

    Ever try a braut with Chinese hot mustard? It’s yum!

  92. Foxwood says:

    One snake bite coming up. One shot of JB with a half shot of lime juice.

  93. ohiobelle says:

    Fox, I never tried Chinese hot mustard but I do love stadium mustard. yummy!

    I’ll bring some summertime beer!
    3 12oz miller lites
    12 oz any cheap vodka
    12 oz of limeade

    It sounds gross but it is THE BEST!!

  94. SamHenry says:

    Fox – this is you and Karm!

  95. Foxwood says:

    Pico Burgers done.

    Ok SamH, Who’s Frank and who’s Bing?

    Oh! That reminds me… I got to put on the frank and beens!

  96. Foxwood says:

    beens = beans

  97. SamHenry says:

    Fox – Frank and Bing are a couple of flunkies in Newport that crash parties and drink champagne.

  98. SamHenry says:

    Yes, fox – I has beens! and another hottie for me too.

  99. SamHenry says:

    Time for a rest in my nest. I just can’t wing it anymore, Foxie! lol

    Dog down to bunk.

  100. karmahd says:

    Wow I might be getting up there in years, but Bing and Frank??? How bout Da Skinnerd Boys, and Fox posted one of my favs Layla with Duane. Almost have a clean cave, have to hang the Weenie dog out to dry, and we loose many a dog and senior’s hands in Florida due to the golf course and Dem Dammm Gators Gets Real Hungry Round May when deys a mating!! Back in da day we used to use chicken necks on a shark hook for our gator tail, (it was illegal when I was a yute to hunt gators), ummmm Gator tail is fine, when you dust it in flower, and pepper and fry it up!! But in all seriousness, Fox pass a braut!!!!!

  101. SamHenry says:

    Hey – I like vids of old drunks.

  102. samhenry says:

    Hey, boyz – I left a little something in the conference room fer ya.

  103. ohiobelle says:

    I am going to have to run to the store and pick up some brauts for dinner. lol How does my braut taste? Did you enjoy my shot?

  104. ohiobelle says:

    I like vids that show common sense.. lol

  105. ohiobelle says:

    I’ve got to run for now.

    I’ll check back in a few hours.

  106. Foxwood says:

    You can pick up a gator here if you go south far enough and get it before it rots. They drive over them all the time. Best to drive at night and run over it yourself, then you know it’s fresh.

    Well, SamH, You got the couple of old drunks right.

  107. Foxwood says:

    I dig rock n roll music. I really do.

  108. Foxwood says:

    Some Diana and psychedelia

    Couldn’t find the Diana drunk video… 😦

  109. ohiobelle says:

    Just had to add that last video.


  110. karmahd says:

    This is perfect, you have to see this!!!

  111. karmahd says:

    Another good one, and check this guys web site out!!

  112. Foxwood says:

    Pico burgers and hot thighs are done. Be carefull, spicy hot.

  113. Foxwood says:

    Wished I could find the Saturday Night Live with…

    And The Pips!

  114. SamHenry says:

    An ireport in which I get to the heart of the distraction issue:

  115. SamHenry says:

    I was reviewing a little Michael Jackson to see what all the fuss was about. I have become addicted to the beat of this one.

  116. Foxwood says:

    1962 – You got to swing your lips now!

  117. SamHenry says:

    lol FOX – how is THIS for locomotion. should probably post this in the conference room.

  118. Foxwood says:

    I thought you were going to play the Pee Wee Herman theme song…

  119. SamHenry says:

    When I came back on the blog this afternoon I imagined all of you singing for me….

  120. Foxwood says:


    I don’t know that Oshithead has lied more that Tricky Dick, but it’s close, and Oshithead’s only been in office 6 months.

  121. SamHenry says:

    FOX – this is my swan song for a few. Got to get away from the computer and catch up with Karm – clean the house and the dog!

    Later oh music master. Did my comment that I can usually hum most the the vids you post make it on the blog?

  122. Foxwood says:

    I doubt Oshithead will get the treatment Tricky Dick did,

  123. SamHenry says:

    Dog overboard before VF finds a lot of steamy and seamy Michael Jackson on the blog.

  124. Foxwood says:

    I bet all of you have been waiting for the sirloins… Almost ready…

  125. Foxwood says:

    I hope they find his nose… I’m still betting it will be on ebay.

  126. SamHenry says:

    PS this is for Karm when he gets back – a possible Christmas present for the sausage dog:

  127. LisaInTX says:

    For Foxwood down in LA…lol

  128. SamHenry says:

    Lisa – where the SamH did you find that vid?

    Fox is this what you were looking for:

  129. LisaInTX says:

    Foxwood…we need to find Hattie and procure some real voodoo dolls!! Think you might know where to find her??? lmao….
    We can start out with one for Franks, Pelosi, Reed, Dodd…etc…and add on from there…hahahaaa

  130. SamHenry says:

    I wouldn’t even do that to a voodoo doll

  131. Foxwood says:

    Damn, it’s Monday… 😦

  132. SamHenry says:

    Fox – that Ben Stiller thing is with Gladys Knight and he and others are playing the Pips.

    Dog overboard for a few hours.

  133. Foxwood says:

    Saturday Night Live, long ago with Bill Murry and John Bulushi had a “And the Pips” skit some 25 or more years ago… I wished I could find it on youtube.

  134. Foxwood says:

    Lord Douchebag

    Noblewoman…..Laraine Newman
    Nobleman…..Peter Aykroyd
    Butler…..Garrett Morris
    Lord Worchestershire…..Jim Downey
    Lord Salisbury…..Harry Shearer
    Lord Wilkinson…..Tom Davis
    Lady Wilkinson…..Jane Curtin
    Earl of Sandwich…..Bill Murray
    Servant…..Brian Doyle-Murray
    Lord Douchebag…..Buck Henry
    Lady Douchebag…..Gilda Radner


    Noblewoman: What a splendid party! I do believe everyone of any importance in England is here tonight.

    Nobleman: Who would miss a party given by Lord Salisbury?

    Butler: [ waiting at the door for guests to arrive ] Lord and Lady Wilkinson!

    Lord Worcestershire: A marvelous entertainment, Salisbury! These chopped steaks are terrific, especially with this delicious mushroom sauce.

    Lord Salisbury: Thank you, Coming from you, Worcestershire, that certainly is a compliment. [ turns to his guests ] Lord and Lady Wilkinson, welcome!

    Lord Worcestershire: Tell me, Wilkinson, what the deuce is the purpose of two swords?

    Lord Wilkinson: It’s simple, really. Let’s say you’re an an attacker. My first blade straightens you upright, while the second clips you neatly at the ankles.

    Lady Wilkinson: And there’s Lady Wilkinson, for attacking your opponent’s underarms and legs!

    Butler: The Earl of Sandwich!

    Nobleman: Tell me, have you seen Lord Cardigan?

    Noblewoman: I understand he was turned away at the door..

    Nobleman: Lord Cardigan? Why in heaven’s name?

    Noblewoman: He wasn’t properly attired. Evidently, he came in a sweater.

    Nobleman: Odd. I saw Lord Ascot, and he got in..

    Butler: The Duke and Duchess of Argyll!

    Lord Worcestershire: You know, Sandwich.. were the Sandwich Islands named after you?

    Earl of Sandwich: Oh, no. Everyone asks me that, but I’m afraid nothing has ever been named after a member of my family.

    Servant: Excuse me, your Lordship, but would you care for one of Lord Salisbury’s steaks?

    Earl of Sandwich: Yes, I would. Would you bring it to me with a couple slices of pumpernickel, please?

    Servant: Yes. [ steps away ]

    Butler: Lord and Lady Doucebag!

    Lord Salisbury: Well, well, well.. I was just asking Lord Sandwich, “Where the devil are those Douchebags?”

    Lady Doucebag: Well, it has been impossible to get him out of his workshop! He has been working day and night.

    Lord Salisbury: You, Douchebag? Well, I wasn’t aware you dabbled in that sort of thing. What in heaven’s name are you working on?

    Lord Doucebag: Well, I would be happy to tell you.. but perhaps after you have finished eating.

    Lord Salisbury: Well, here is Chambers right now. Would you like something to eat?

    Lord Doucebag: We’re not too hungry right now – just a plate of raw vegetables.

    Lord Salisbury: Would you like some dresing with that?

    Lady Doucebag: Just some vinegar and water, thank you.

    Earl of Sandwich: Douchebag, how are you? I haven’t seen you in the House of Lords in ages! Don’t tell me for the first time in memory we are going to have a House of Parliament without a Douchebag?

    Lord Doucebag: My dear Sandwich, Parliament has always had its share of Douchebags, and it always will.

    Lord Salisbury: Spoken like a true Douchebag. I have often heard the King speak of your family.. [ to Earl of Sandwich ] ..and of yours, as well: “Give me a Sandwich and a Douchebag, and there is nothing I cannot do.”

    Earl of Sandwich: Hear, hear!

    Lord Salisbury: So, tell me, Douchebag.. when are you going to show us that invention of yours?

    Earl of Sandwich: Yes, Douchebag, just what kind of an invention are you sitting on?

    Lord Doucebag: Well, it’s a long story. Why don’t we go out to the garden, and I’ll explain it to you.

    Earl of Sandwich: Tell me – did Lady Douchebag help you in the project?

    Lord Doucebag: Help? Why.. she was the inspiration!

    [ they exit to the garden to discuss the wondrous invention ]

    Butler: Lord Compost Heap and Lady Disinfectant Cake!

    [ fade ]

  135. Foxwood says:

    I hear there is a siting of Michael Jackson in Canada…

    I wander… with or without the nose…

  136. arlenearmy says:

    On foxnews, I think it was Brit Hume who said that calling a white person a racist is nowadays being brandished like a weapon.

    Even I have to be careful to not publicly display signs of aggression. I would not want people of other races to think that at the drop of the hat I will accuse them of being a racist.

  137. karmahd says:

    SamHenry, I have got to get me one of those, my little weenie dog would just love that thing, he chases the ball until he pukes. I will have to get in the workshop and makes sumptin up!!

  138. ohiobelle says:

    Hello everybody!

    This is just a drive by. I’ll check back in a little bit.

    vf, I linked my new post to Conservative Blog Network!!

  139. Foxwood says:

    Done cooking… Now time for cleanup…

    Arlene… When I was a kid, me and my neighbors and friends used to call ourselves black or white. We said it as descriptive and not as mean or racist. Now, there is no way to say anything, I’m racist no matter what I say. I’ve ran into that with liberal whites all over the US. I was married to a Choctaw woman as dark as you, and it didn’t matter. I was subjugating my woman, even tho she was the one that fell for me. I don’t get the racist thing. I get Conservative or Liberal thinking, and that’s what I think it has to be.

  140. Foxwood says:

    I can tell you for sure, my mom and dad are racist. They couldn’t believe I married a woman of another color. I have to say, I’m happy for myself. Tho I’m no longer married. My daughters and my granddaughter are the best things I have in life.

    My oldest is common law married to a Barrow. That would be relation to Clyde Barrow of Bonny and Clyde fame… I was a little leary of that, but he’s a good kid (29).

  141. Foxwood says:

    How do I comment on your blog?

  142. ohiobelle says:

    Foxwood, I look at my blog as my venting place. I always turn off the comment option so I can comment here.

  143. ohiobelle says:

    The one time I did comment, it filled my inbox with comment request. I don’t really keep up with my emails like before. lol

  144. Foxwood says:

    Not a problem… I thought I was doing something wrong.

    Might let the rabble (me) know that comments are closed.

    How was the snake bite?

  145. Foxwood says:

    Point being, Arlene, Color doesn’t matter to me… Politics means alot to me…

  146. Foxwood says:

    I have known alot of Conservative Democratic Blacks, and they support someone for the wrong reasons, and I know they are Conservative, but you can’t tell them why they are wrong without being racist. I feel useless in that situation.

  147. Foxwood says:

    Is it me, or do I smell like garlic and smoke? I guess I need to take a bath… Where is WG when you need to make a funk reference?

  148. ohiobelle says:

    Foxwood wrote: Point being, Arlene, Color doesn’t matter to me… Politics means alot to me…

    Well said!!

    I should ask you how my snake bite was.. lol

  149. ohiobelle says:

    Where is WG when you need to make a funk reference?


    I am off as well. I have to paint the claws before I go to bed. lol

    I will talk to you tomorrow!

  150. Foxwood says:

    I wouldn’t recommend novices to drink more than 5 snakebites in an hour. It’s basically 5 shots.

  151. SamHenry says:

    FOX – are you still with the snakes?

  152. Foxwood says:

    I been bitten 20 times today… I think I have 10 more, or maybe I’ve lost count… Damn poison!

  153. samhenry says:

    Oh, well, it will fuel a good night’s sleep FOX. You know how many snakes you can take on. They are slippery. I could never deal with spinning rooms so I am limited in my ability to dance with the snakes. I am also on meds that can’t mix with them but I let others smoke and drink to their pleasure. I’m not a prude I’m just limited, boo. Well, no sense crying over spilled milk of magnesia. Have a good night, FOX. See you tomorrow.

    Dog overboard…

  154. Foxwood says:

    Whart? ish that turdy one or turdy tu shats? ar ar ar…

  155. arlenearmy says:

    When he said the word “calibrate” or “re-calibrate” I thought of a piece of machinery. There was no way for him to re-calibrate the word “stupidly”. That word no matter how he tried to spin it, it still is a word that maligns.

  156. arlenearmy says:

    Speaking of black Democrat conservative. What Obama has done by obviously pulling the race card was re-branded all black American people as a whole (democrats & republicans). And the sad part is that that Mother Fu*ker ain’t even homegrown black. He needs to shut his pie hole up! He maligned us. He is trying REAL HARD to put black conservatives in a situation that they will be put in the same crab bucket w/the black democrats.

    Its extremely embarrassing to me of what he did, and I don’t even like his slummy dog ass.

    I went to Walmart today to return a video camera & get a newer one. I had to stand at the counter for over 30 min in the electronic dept. I could feel the tension, as the TV sets played the news of Obama race baiting speech. I felt so bad. I guess the 2 white ladies behind the counter thought I would get pushy. But I was extremely courteous, because I was afraid that I would be perceived as pulling the race card if I requested prompt service. The 2 ladies acted as though they were paralyzed, then they got relaxed.

    THIS IS ALL OBAMA’S FAULT. Things were going fine until he came along. I wouldn’t piss on his scank ass if he was one fire! Now I got to order & start wearing anti-Obama t-shirts EVERY single DAY as further proof that I’m on the right side.

  157. arlenearmy says:

    Good nite everybody. I guess y’all are gone to bed already.

  158. LisaInTX says:

    Obama blaming talk radio for his stalling healthcare “killus and control us all” bill!

    CLEVELAND — July 24, 2009: Discussing health-care reform at a “town hall” Q&A, President Obama said, “You know, all those folks who are out there saying, we can’t afford this; this is socialism; this will lead to government-run health care; all the folks who are getting ginned up on Talk radio and some of these cable news shows, you know, I have to say that they have an effect on members of Congress.”

    The event was held yesterday in the Cleveland suburb of Shaker Heights. Per a Washington Post transcript, Obama said the comments on Talk radio and cable news make members of Congress “nervous.” He continued, “So they need to hear from folks who are saying, in a very common-sense way, this is something we can do.”

    Obama also said it’s “OK” that a health care reform bill may not be produced in the Senate before the August recess. He said, “I just want people to keep working, just keep working.”

  159. SamHenry says:


    Even in Walmart there are people who will always accept you for who and what you are. It is easy to finally tell the inside of someone no matter their color.

    Remember, in Oklahoma, the Native Americans share your plight and even have a worse time if that is possible. BUT they live in their own country – not part of the US. That is and is not their salvation.

    The sad fact is that people of color and other minorities don’t realize that Europeans have prejudices against each other. My Irish grandmother was stoned on the way home from school in Bridgeport, CT for being Irish and Catholic. If they will do it to other Europeans, they will do it to anybody.

    In England, my English ancestors fought my Scottish ancestors, defeated them and still have problems. IN Scotland itself, my people were lowlanders (Normans from Norway via France) and were considered by Highlanders to be a different race of people – so unintelligent.

    People – some people – everywhere are just plain “stupid” about their fellow humans. But you will always be able to find nice people in ANY population. Keep that in mind always.

    And how about when I lived in Virginia 20 years ago now ladies who were tour guides at the Capitol building in Richmond (and that legislative body produced, what, three Presidents, were just so offish to me because of my accent. They changed their tune – just like the ladies at Walmart, once they talked with me a bit. Silly and stupid!

  160. SamHenry says:

    Obama is divorced from reality. He really thinks he is the great American Mullah with right and might on his side.

  161. SamHenry says:

    I’m glad you got a camera you like, Arlene, I was not sure if you wanted a video camera to record yourself for iReports or to take outside to shoot other places. What did you get?

  162. SamHenry says:

    Here is Obama’s idea of educational reform with Father Guido Sarducci

  163. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning SamHenry, and Everyone!

    stretch…. yawn…. sipping coffee… thinking nice thoughts about Sarah Palin Kicking Socialist Butt…


  164. VotingFemale says:

    Seems the blog here has gotten attention from a so-called “bigshot” socialist blogger over at


    where in he resorts, in typical foaming at the mouth anger, to my blogpost: Lou Dobbs Kicks Roland Martin Butt!

    Seems this blogger thinks I am “a twisted blogger,” “a twit,” and a hyena, and not just any hyena! but Shenzi! from the movie Lion King!


    I love to see Socialists Foam at the Mouth!!!

    (the pingback from the socialist mouth foamer)


    Lou Dobbs: Anti-Immigrant ‘BIRTHER’ Bigot A Discredit To CNN | PoliticalArticles.NET // July 27, 2009 at 4:11 am (edit)

    […] Interestingly some twisted blogger chose to see it the other way — “Lou Dobbs kicks Roland Martin Butt.” […]

  165. VotingFemale says:

    He is really going to like this newest blogpost when he catches up to it!


  166. VotingFemale says:

    Socialists attempting to deflect Obama Birth Non-Transparency; The Ongoing Lou Dobbs’ Socialist Butt Kicking! aired on Sunday, July 26, 2009:

    We Acknowledge Three Facts among Many Facts!!! Earth to Socialists! We acknowledge Obama is Black; Men really Landed On the Moon; and Obama Hides his Long Form Birth Certificate!


  167. Foxwood says:

    Good morning All!

    Another day, another dollar.

  168. VotingFemale says:

    Morning Fox, dear! Are you well rested?

  169. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning everyone!

    Daily Presidential Tracking Poll
    Sunday, July 26, 2009 Email to a Friend ShareThisAdvertisement
    The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Sunday shows that 29% of the nation’s voters now Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as President. Forty percent (40%) Strongly Disapprove giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -11. That’s the first time his ratings have reached double digits in negative territory (see trends).

    These updates are based upon nightly telephone interviews and reported on a three-day rolling average basis. Today is the first update based entirely upon interviews conducted after the President’s prime time televised press conference. The number who Strongly Approve of the President has remained unchanged since the press conference but the number who Strongly Disapprove has gone up by five percentage points (from 35% on Wednesday morning to 40% today).

    The Presidential Approval Index is calculated by subtracting the number who Strongly Disapprove from the number who Strongly Approve. It is updated daily at 9:30 a.m. Eastern (sign up for free daily e-mail update). Updates also available on Twitter.

    The President received generally poor grades for his response to a question about a Cambridge police incident involving a black Harvard professor. However, the results show a huge divide between black Americans and white Americans on all questions.

    Overall, 49% of voters say they at least somewhat approve of the President’s performance. Fifty percent (50%) disapprove. It is important to remember that the Rasmussen Reports job approval ratings are based upon a sample of likely voters. Some other firms base their approval ratings on samples of all adults. President Obama’s numbers are always several points higher in a poll of adults rather than likely voters. That’s because some of the President’s most enthusiastic supporters, such as young adults, are less likely to turn out to vote.

    The President is now seen as politically liberal by 76%. That’s up six points from a month ago, 11 points since he was elected, and the highest total to date. Forty-eight percent (48%) now see him as Very Liberal, up 20 points since he was elected (Premium Members can see trends and crosstabs.)

    (More Below)

    Check out our review of last week’s key polls to see “What They Told Us.” Topics include health care, the economy, 2012, state polls, and more.

    While the President’s ratings have slipped over the past month, 54% believe that President George W. Bush is still primarily to blame for the nation’s economic problems. Just 25% believe that the economic stimulus package has helped the economy.

    California Senator Barbara Boxer is clinging to a four-point lead in her bid for re-election.

    Fifty-three percent (53%) now oppose the Congressional health care reform package. That’s up eight points over the past month. Just 20% now see health care as the most important of the President’s priorities. Nearly twice as many, 37%, say deficit reduction is most important.

    See recent demographic highlights from the Presidential Tracking Poll. For more measures of the President’s performance, see Obama By the Numbers.

    Please take our Daily Prediction Challenge and predict the results of upcoming polls.

    If you’d like Scott Rasmussen to speak at your meeting, retreat, or conference, contact Premiere Speakers Bureau. You can also learn about Scott’s favorite place on earth or his time working with hockey legend Gordie Howe.

    When comparing Job Approval data from different firms, it’s important to keep in mind that polls of likely voters and polls of all adults will typically and consistently yield different results. In the case of President Obama, polls by all firms measuring all adults typically show significantly higher approval ratings than polls of likely voters. Polls of registered voters typically fall in the middle. Other factors are also important to consider when comparing Job Approval ratings from different polling firms.

    A Fordham University professor has rated the national pollsters on their record in Election 2008. We also have provided a summary of our results for your review.

    Daily tracking results are collected via telephone surveys of 500 likely voters per night and reported on a three-day rolling average basis. The margin of sampling error—for the full sample of 1,500 Likely Voters–is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Results are also compiled on a full-week basis and crosstabs for full-week results are available for Premium Members.

    Like all polling firms, Rasmussen Reports weights its data to reflect the population at large (see methodology). Among other targets, Rasmussen Reports weights data by political party affiliation using a dynamic weighting process. While partisan affiliation is generally quite stable over time, there are a fair number of people who waver between allegiance to a particular party or independent status. Over the past four years, the number of Democrats in the country has increased while the number of Republicans has decreased.

    Our baseline targets are established based upon separate survey interviews with a sample of adults nationwide completed during the preceding three months (a total of 45,000 interviews) and targets are updated monthly. Currently, the baseline targets for the adult population are 39.0% Democrats, 32.5% Republicans, and 28.5% unaffiliated. Likely voter samples typically show a slightly smaller advantage for the Democrats.

    A review of last week’s key polls is posted each Saturday morning. Other stats on Obama are updated daily on the Rasmussen Reports Obama By the Numbers page. We also invite you to review other recent demographic highlights from the tracking polls.

  170. tellitlikeitis says:

    Here’s a song for foxwood the road warrior.

  171. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Tellit!

    Yes! As Sarah Palin begins her war on socialism with a free rein… Obama Sinks To New Presidential Approval Index low of….


    People are waking up and Smelling Something Rotten in Washington… A Socialist In the Wright House!

  172. Foxwood says:

    That’s some good news Tellit. This day just keeps getting better. 🙂

  173. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good morning VF. I hope we can stop the high speed socialism train or at least slow it down.

  174. Foxwood says:

    You know what they say, VF.

    Late to bed,
    early to rise,
    makes a man sleepy
    can’t open his eyes.

  175. Foxwood says:

    Yeah, I’d like to see a collision myself…

  176. tellitlikeitis says:

    Late to bed, early to rise makes a person cranky, irratable, and very f^^king tired.

  177. Foxwood says:

    Ok… maybe a derailment. Someone needs to pull up some rails.

  178. tellitlikeitis says:

    3,000 Low Temp Records Set This July!

    Hhat happend to global warming? Where Al gore been hiding?

    Check out link for more info.

  179. Foxwood says:

    There once was a man from Nantucket…

    Now what rhymes with Nantucket?

  180. VotingFemale says:

    Tellit & Fox?


    His Steam Locomotive has lost enough pressure at this point that DEM Congressmen/women now see the Tax and Crap and ObamaCare as risky… more Americans Oppose it and Obama than support it. They thought they had their finger on the pulse of the majority… but in fact, they had their finger on the pulse of Socialist Spin Doctors.

    These lying deceitful dingle-berries are now going to see that America is NOT THEIRS TO REMAKE.

  181. VotingFemale says:

    “Bucket” lol

    Fox says

    Now what rhymes with Nantucket?

  182. VotingFemale says:

    Al Snore looks like a Global Clown at this point…

  183. Foxwood says:

    Hickory dickory dock.
    Obama’s time’s ran of the clock.

    I wish Andrew Dice Clay were here.

  184. m2 says:

    Morning everyone…

    VF, just read the comment from Socialist lover

    Funny thing.. the only debate in their argument is to type the word “birther” over and over as if it were the “c-word”…. I have noticed this across the net. Weak.

  185. Foxwood says:

    VF said:
    “”Bucket” lol

    Fox says

    Now what rhymes with Nantucket?”

    You know, there’s a place in Thailand called Phuket.

  186. m2 says:

    Oh man, I just looked at his site…

    That is PATHETIC butt-licking… I wonder if he would do the same for Hitler? I love how the most die-hard Socialists are so un-individual.

  187. tellitlikeitis says:

    Main Street’s Sour Loans Surge
    Published: Monday, 27 Jul 2009 | 4:01 AM ET Text Size By: AP
    As the effects of the economic collapse began pouring down Main Street, the government last year was left holding a record $2.1 billion in write-offs of small business loans it had guaranteed.

    Officials expect the number of defaults to rise as the nation continues to climb out of the recession.

    Records obtained under the federal Freedom of Information Act show the public is paying to offset bank losses on small business loans across the country, from a convenience story in the tiny Canadian border town of Houlton, Maine, to a graphic arts design company on the island of Hawaii, more than 5,000 miles away.

    Despite having loans written off, little companies such as Caffe Sportivo, an espresso shop and small gym in Redwood City, Calif., are barely scraping by.

    “I just couldn’t make any payments. I was barely making rent or payroll,” owner Chris Sakelarios said on a recent afternoon when her cafe stood empty except for two patrons who read as they sipped coffee. “The same as everyone else. We’re in a hovering pattern.”

    It’s a sign that even as record profits re-emerge on Wall Street, thanks to massive government loans and guarantees for banks deemed too big to fail, the pain on Main Street is as profound as it’s been in half a century.

    The companies that were not too big to fail are failing. Their plight is a shift from previous recessions when small business bounced back ahead of big employers, said Todd McCracken, president of the lobby group National Small Business Association.

    “This could be the first economic recovery we’ve seen in a long time that hits small business the hardest the longest,” he said. The Small Business Administration purchased $2.1 billion in bad loans from lenders last year. Agency officials say it’s likely that this year will see another high as the recession nears the two-year mark.

    “It’s frustrating when (banks) are getting bailed out for bad decisions they made, that there isn’t more assistance for the small business,” said Eric Geedey, who manages Caffe Sportivo for Sakelarios.

    Sakelarios obtained a $20,000 SBA loan from Union Bank in late 2007 to start her business when the economic outlook was brighter on the affluent San Franciso Peninsula. Within a year, however, she was scraping by with the help of a landlord and vendors who let her adjust payments.

    She has reduced the hours of her seven employees and relies on her brother and a friend to help keep the doors open on weekends. The balance of the loan was written off in early January. In addition to being dogged by bad credit, the cafe will have to report the loan charge-off as taxable income, Geedey said.

    Sakelarios isn’t the only recession victim and she won’t be the last. SBA loan defaults generally occur in two stages. The first is when the bank decides it won’t get its money back and asks the government for the guaranteed portion of the loan.

    In the second, the government decides it won’t get any more collateral or money from the borrower. Years can elapse between the time that the borrower stops paying and the government writes off the loan.

    In 2008, for example, the government concluded it wouldn’t be able to recover $1.3 billion in defaulted bank loans it had guaranteed. Many loans were part of a backlog, according to SBA officials. But an AP analysis found that the time between loan approvals and loan defaults is narrowing.

    According to the analysis:

    More than $235 million in restaurant loans have been charged off since 2007. The 2,586 restaurant charge-offs make up the largest number of defaulted loans, according to the SBA. More than 150 loans made to Quizno’s franchises — worth nearly $15.5 million — have been written off since 2007.
    The Gulf Coast fishing industry, battered by two major hurricanes in 2005, has been hit especially hard. Half of the 10 cities with the highest industry-specific write-offs are in Biloxi, Miss.; New Orleans; Ocean Springs, Miss.; Lafayette, La.; and Abbeville, La. All told, the shellfish fishing industry had 45 loans charged off, at a total cost of $19.5 million.
    The banks making the loans have also been hit hard by the recession. Bank of America [BAC 12.51 — UNCH (0) ], which has received $52.5 billion in government aid, has had nearly 7,000 loans worth $238 million charged off since 2007.
    More than 660 loans worth $174 million have been charged off by CIT Group [CIT 0.75 — UNCH (0) ], a major commercial lender forced to turn to bondholders in an effort to try to avoid bankruptcy protection after the government refused to save the company.

    JPMorgan Chase [JPM 37.92 — UNCH (0) ], which repaid $25 billion in taxpayer loans last month, has written off nearly 2,300 loans worth $117 million.

    “I have never seen it as rough as it is right now,” said Scott Hauge, president of Small Business California, a business advocacy group.

    Small businesses account for half of all private-sector workers and have created roughly half of the nation’s jobs over the past decade. They received some help from the $787 billion federal stimulus package in February, including higher microlending amounts and federal loan guarantees.

    Congress also authorized the U.S. Treasury to purchase $15 billion in pooled loans to encourage lenders to provide money to small companies. The SBA recently announced it will guarantee short-term bank loans to help small businesses pay off existing bills.

  188. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning lovely ladies and ok lookin guys.

    Just a reminder Your President Obama’s birthday is coming up August 4, 2009. At least we think that might be his birthday. No one seems to know for sure.

  189. tellitlikeitis says:

  190. tellitlikeitis says:

    Sam, What was the dob on the bogus internet birth anouncement?

  191. tellitlikeitis says:

    CBO deals new blow to health plan

    Tags:Health Care, Henry Waxman, Democrats, Peter Orszag, Steny Hoyer, Blue Dogs, Reform, Congressional Budget Office, Doug Elmendorf, CBO Back to top Listen Print Comment Email Recommend Subscribe By CHRIS FRATES | 7/25/09 5:49 PM EDT Text Size- + reset

    For the second time this month, congressional analysts have dealt a blow to Democrats’ health reform efforts.

    For the second time this month, congressional budget analysts have dealt a blow to the Democrat’s health reform efforts, this time by saying a plan touted by the White House as crucial to paying for the bill would actually save almost no money over 10 years.

    A key House chairman and moderate House Democrats on Tuesday agreed to a White House-backed proposal that would give an outside panel the power to make cuts to government-financed health care programs. White House budget director Peter Orszag declared the plan “probably the most important piece that can be added” to the House’s health care reform legislation.

    But on Saturday, the Congressional Budget Office said the proposal to give an independent panel the power to keep Medicare spending in check would only save about $2 billion over 10 years- a drop in the bucket compared to the bill’s $1 trillion price tag.

    “In CBO’s judgment, the probability is high that no savings would be realized … but there is also a chance that substantial savings might be realized. Looking beyond the 10-year budget window, CBO expects that this proposal would generate larger but still modest savings on the same probabilistic basis,” CBO Director Douglas Elmendorf wrote in a letter to House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer on Saturday.

    On his White House blog, Orszag – who served as CBO director in 2007 and 2008 – downplayed the office’s small probable savings number in favor of the proposal’s more speculative long-term benefits.

    “The point of the proposal, however, was never to generate savings over the next decade. … Instead, the goal is to provide a mechanism for improving quality of care for beneficiaries and reducing costs over the long term,” Orszag wrote. “In other words, in the terminology of our belt-and-suspenders approach to a fiscally responsible health reform, the IMAC is a game changer not a scoreable offset.”

    But scoreable offsets are the immediate savings that fiscally conservative Blue Dogs and other Democratic moderates have been pushing for precisely because they will help offset the bill’s cost.

    The proposal’s meager savings are a blow to Democrats working furiously to bring down costs in order to win support from Blue Dogs, who have threatened to vote against the bill without significant changes. The proposal was heralded as a breakthrough on Tuesday after Blue Dogs and House Energy and Commerce Chairman Henry Waxman emerged from the White House with agreement on giving the independent panel, rather than Congress, the ability to rein in Medicare spending.

    Republicans pounced on CBO’s analysis as another demonstration that Democratic proposals don’t control costs.

    “The President said that rising health care costs are an imminent threat to our economy and that any reform must reduce these long-term costs. But CBO has made clear once again that the Democrats’ bills in Congress aren’t reducing costs and in fact could just make the problem worse,” said Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell.

    Saturday’s CBO analysis caps a tough week of blown deadlines, partisan bickering and fierce intra-party fighting among Democrats. On Friday, the tension between the Blue Dogs and Waxman exploded when Waxman threatened to bypass his committee and bring the reform bill straight to the House floor without a vote. The move infuriated Blue Dogs who have used their crucial committee votes to leverage changes to the bill.

    But by late Friday, Waxman said their colleagues had pulled the two groups “back from the brink” and back to the negotiating table.

    Still, Hoyer said there was little chance that that the House would pass a health reform legislation before Friday when lawmakers are expected to leave Washington for summer recess.

    House Republican Leader John Boehner’s office said that it’s time to hit the legislation’s reset button.

    “This letter underscores the enormous challenges that Democrats face trying to pay for their massive and costly government takeover of health care. In their rush to pass a bill, Democrats continue to ignore the stark economic reality facing our nation,” said Boehner spokeswoman Antonia Ferrier. “Let’s scrap the current proposal and come together in a meaningful way to reform health care in America by reducing cost, expanding access and at a price tag we can afford.”

  192. samiam60 says:

    Tellit, I don’t know for sure what it says, you know today.

  193. Foxwood says:

    Hickory dickory dock,
    Healthcare had run out the clock.
    Obama cryed out
    Michelle gave a pout
    And Palosi jumped off of the dock.

  194. tellitlikeitis says:

    The day of his birth is different in Kenya.

  195. tellitlikeitis says:

    Foxwood. lol

  196. Foxwood says:

    Maybe the American people can pitch in and get him a present. Like maybe a banner.

  197. samiam60 says:

    Banner could say:

    President Obama if its your Birthday

  198. m2 says:

    I was just remembering his genocidal cousin Odinga who he campaigned for:

  199. Foxwood says:

    Or, “Where’s your Birth Certificate?”

  200. tellitlikeitis says:

    This woman is a liar and a joke. I hope she gets booted in 2010.

    Nancy Pelosi on being unpopular: ‘I don’t care’

    Tags:Democrats, Harry Reid, Conservatives, Steny Hoyer, Nancy Pelosi, Popularity Back to top Listen Print Comment Email Recommend Subscribe By GLENN THRUSH | 7/27/09 5:08 AM EDT Text Size- + reset

    Nancy Pelosi says she doesn’t care about being unpopular.
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    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is one of the most despised political figures in the country.

    And, frankly, she doesn’t give a damn.

    “No, I don’t care,” Pelosi told POLITICO last Thursday, laughing heartily as she walked beneath the Capitol dome and plunged into a crowd of tourists.

    Last week’s Public Strategies Inc./POLITICO poll brought grim news for Pelosi, revealing that only a quarter of Americans trust the San Francisco Democrat — putting her in the basement with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio).

    Mention of the “trust” question halted the click-clack of Pelosi’s heels against Rotunda marble, and she turned to face the reporter who posed the question.

    “I don’t know about ‘trust’ — I think I’m trusted,” she said.

    “I certainly want to be trusted. I’m not particularly concerned if I’m liked.”

    But month after month of polling shows that the speaker is neither trusted nor liked by the general public — even as she emerges from one of the most productive legislative periods any speaker has ever enjoyed.

    By contrast, Newt Gingrich’s popularity tanked only after his conservative revolution sputtered and he had helped shut down the federal government.

    Gallup now measures Pelosi’s unfavorability ratings at 48 percent — with her favorability index registering a paltry 32 percent.

    That’s 12 points lower than her numbers were just six months ago, during the first flush days of the Obama administration. And it puts the most powerful woman in the country’s history on a par with Dick Cheney and only a few clicks better than Boehner, an unknown quantity to most Americans.

    “Nancy Pelosi is not only vastly unpopular with the American public, but her credibility is waning within her own party,” said Ken Spain, communications director for the National Republican Congressional Committee.

    In a recent interview with POLITICO, Pelosi countered: “Our leadership team is so effective it is driving Republicans to distraction. And they and their allies have decided that I am their target, and they come after me relentlessly — relentlessly. On the left, I have to put forth a bill that’s going to fund the war and the rest, and they’re not happy about that. So none of it is a popularity contest. You just have to be responsible for the job you’re setting out to do.”

    Being speaker is, as she says, an inside job. Pelosi is insulated from the negative effects of low national poll numbers because she answers only to two micro-constituencies — her mostly affluent, overwhelmingly liberal Bay Area district and a 262-member Democratic caucus that respects, fears, follows and largely likes the 69-year-old workaholic.

    “She’s OK,” says one member from the Northeast. “You don’t have to love her, but she’s good. … She’s solid with us, and that’s all that matters, although she could take a real hit internally if we bungle the health care bill. … This week’s going to be the biggest week of her speakership.”

    Adds House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.): “She’s what I like to call ‘operational’ — she knows how to get things done.”

    Sources close to the speaker say she’s so unconcerned with her own popularity she won’t commission national polls, as many congressional leaders often do. But individual Democratic members do test her name in their districts, with results grimly similar to the national data in public surveys.

  201. Foxwood says:

    Hinky dinky dude.
    His change will blow your mood,
    Your hope is gone
    It won’t be long
    You know that you’ve been…

    hat rhymes with mood?

  202. Foxwood says:

    hat = What

    Flaky fingers.

  203. tellitlikeitis says:

    Dems alone can’t deliver Obama health care win

    WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama’s push to overhaul health care needs Republican votes, lawmakers from both parties say.

    Democratic and GOP officials acknowledged Sunday that Obama’s ambitious plan would not pass without the aid of a doubtful GOP, whose members are almost united against the White House effort.

    “Look, there are not the votes for Democrats to do this just on our side of the aisle,” said Sen. Kent Conrad, D-N.D., the chairman of the budget committee.

    Rep. Jim Cooper, a Tennessee Democrat and a member of the fiscally conservative “Blue Dogs,” said he doubts the Democratic-controlled House could pass a proposal as it’s drafted now.

    “We have a long way to go,” Cooper said.

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, however, insisted she has the votes to move forward with the plan despite concerns among fiscally conservative fellow Democrats.

    “When I take this bill to the floor, it will win. We will move forward, it will happen,” said Pelosi, D-Calif.

    Not so fast, Republicans said. Sensing a public uneasiness over the pace and price tag of the overhaul, Republicans said the longer the delay, the more the public understands the stakes of a policy that has vexed lawmakers for decades.

    “We could have a plan in a few weeks if the goal is not a government takeover,” said Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C. “We’ve never seen the government operate a plan of any kind effectively and at the budgets we talked about.”

    Democrats countered that their plans — and there are many iterations on Capitol Hill, as committees in the House and Senate work on versions — would expand coverage without adding to the deficit. Even so, they are likely to leave for an August recess without a vote.

    White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said they are “80 percent” in agreement on what a final version will include and are making progress.

    Obama adviser David Axelrod said, “Now, we’re at the final 20 percent and we’re trying to work through those details.”

    That final piece, however, will require GOP backing — something Sen. Mitch McConnell said was unlikely. The Senate minority leader said congressional Democrats are having difficulty selling a health care bill to their own members.

    “The only thing bipartisan about the measure so far is the opposition to it,” said McConnell, R-Ky.

    Conrad and DeMint spoke with ABC’s “This Week.” Cooper appeared on CBS’ “Face the Nation.” Pelosi and McConnell were interviewed for CNN’s “State of the Union.” Gibbs spoke on “Fox News Sunday.” Axelrod appeared on CBS’ “Face the Nation” and CNN’s “State of the Union.”

  204. Foxwood says:

    Now that’s a birtday present, M2.

  205. m2 says:


    “Obama is choreographing a top-down revolution in America – one from which it may take generations to extricate ourselves,” says Farah. “It will be a shame if we learn he was ineligible to serve in the office of president only after he’s gone. If we can force the issue to be addressed while he is still in office, we have a chance of turning back the clock on many of the destructive actions he has taken already. If he’s not able to prove his constitutional qualifications, we might all be able to wake up one day and think of the Obama administration as just a bad dream.”

  206. tellitlikeitis says:

  207. m2 says:

    The brand-new WND FILMS videodocumentary “A Question Of Eligibility: Is Obama’s Presidency Constitutionally Legitimate?” is available for pre-sale now, for delivery on Barack Obama’s birthday, Aug. 4.

  208. m2 says:

    Top-rated radio host Rush Limbaugh, upset that he’s forced to report his every movement to tax authorities, blasted President Obama for failing to prove he is natural-born citizen of the United States.

    On his show today, Limbaugh told listeners, “As you know, I’m in the midst of another harassing audit from New York State and New York City for the last three years. We’re up to 16 different ways I have to prove to New York City and state tax authorities where I have been every day – not just work week – but every day, for the past three years.”

    He continued, “Barack Obama has yet to have to prove that he’s a citizen. All he has to do is show a birth certificate. He has yet to have to prove he’s a citizen. I have to show them 14 different ways where the h— I am every day of the year for three years.”

  209. m2 says:

    White House refuses to release president’s law school records

  210. tellitlikeitis says:

  211. m2 says:

    President Obama’s unwillingness to allow the American public to see his records at Harvard Law School prevents resolution of a continuing controversy over whether radical Islamic influences promoted his admission and financed his legal education there.

    In the video, Sutton says he was introduced to Obama by al-Mansour, a Saudi citizen, who “was then raising money” for Obama.

    Yesterday, WND e-mailed a request to Obama spokesman Tommy Vietor, asking that the White House release Obama’s law school records to resolve the issue.

    During the 2008 presidential campaign, Vietor was a frequent spokesman for the Obama campaign’s “Fight the Smears” website, which has been removed from the Internet.

  212. rosehips says:

    morning peeps!

    lol @ vf being called a twisted blogger. Twisted? hahaha…

    well, I’ve seen you be called worse vf. I think twisted is good and fun and needed. I think we are all a bit twisted. Let’s hear it for twist…

    For my “twisted” sister:

  213. Foxwood says:

    Whistle while you lurk,
    Cap and Trade won’t work,
    Berack’s creepy
    Al Gore’s sleepy
    Nancy’s just a jerk.

  214. m2 says:

    ah ha, one of the commenters says
    “Be proud folks, we have the first Kenyan Muslim Communist President that will ‘change’ America by destroying it.”

    another one says:
    k this is disturbing, especially because obama wont release any of his records from harvard. i wonder why? a radical muslim pulling strings and sending cash to harvard so some “unknown” can show his “brilliance”?? im not running to any conclusions here but this all seems very disturbing.

  215. samiam60 says:

    Is it possible that we have elected a puppet president who’s strings are being pulled by a foreign government?

  216. m2 says:

    here’s Obama campaigning for his Genocidal cousin who believes in no freedom of religion only Islam.

  217. m2 says:

    Heres that Wapo article again about Obama’s killer kin.

  218. tellitlikeitis says:

    The L goes to Washington: White House becomes 51st Ward

    July 26, 2009

    BY LYNN SWEET Sun-Times Columnist
    WASHINGTON — It’s a Tuesday in June, and I am in one of the high-ceiling big rooms of the old office building next to the White House.

    As I look around the room at the players assembled here — including this scribe — I’m thinking that with a few twists of fate, this all-Chicago gang could be huddling in Mayor Daley’s City Hall.

    With so many prominent Chicagoans playing key roles in the Obama administration, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has become the 51st ward. “Everyone misses Chicago,” said Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett.

    Chicagoans in D.C.

    In front of me is Valerie Jarrett, a senior adviser to President Obama who today is chairing a roundtable marking the 37th anniversary of Title IX, the sports equity law. Across the room is Arne Duncan, the education secretary.

    Seated in the first row is Tina Tchen, director of the White House public engagement office. Leaning against a wall is Susan Sher, chief of staff for Michelle Obama. In back of me in the vestibule is Daniel Hornung, a graduate of the University of Chicago Lab School who is working this summer for Jarrett. He is a friend of the daughter of Desiree Rogers, the White House social secretary. Marilyn Katz, a public affairs consultant visiting from Chicago, is also at the Title IX event.

    Jarrett, Sher, Duncan and Tchen were all Daley appointees on boards or in top posts at City Hall, as was Obama chief of staff Rahm Emanuel. David Axelrod was Daley’s political adviser. First lady Michelle Obama worked a stint at City Hall.

    The Chicagoans have replaced the Texans in the White House.

    In Washington, the relationships among the key players in government are subject to speculation and fascination over whether there is a “Chicago way” in the six-month-old Obama White House. There is a romanticized notion of Machine politics in the air here, though only remnants of it still exist in Chicago.

    I’ve wisecracked that there are so many Chicagoans in the Obama administration, it’s like covering the 51st Ward. Obama has swept into office with him dozens of Chicagoans, in all kinds of jobs.

    Evanston’s Jon Samuels is in the White House legislative affairs office and Ben LaBolt, a LaGrange native, is a White House spokesman. Ellie Schaefer, from Lincolnwood, runs the White House visitors office. They worked on the Obama presidential campaign.

    The late, great Chicago political scientist Milton Rakove titled one of his books We Don’t Want Nobody Nobody Sent, and that’s what I see so far: concentric circles of interlocking social, personal and political relationships that go back years. The University of Chicago is one focal point; City Hall is another.

    Think Muckety, not machine. ( is a Web site that pulls together a person’s interlocking relationships.)

    Jarrett disagrees with my 51st Ward metaphor. The Chicagoans, after all, are now operating on a national and international stage.

    But I brought up the analogy because I wanted to figure out if there is a Chicago sensibility in the Obama White House.

    What was exported from Chicago to Washington, Jarrett said, was “personal relationships that we have that creates a foundation of trust. . . . Some of my closest friends today are people who have been at City Hall,” she said, referring to Sher, Mrs. Obama and Axelrod.

    The Chicagoans at the top tier of the Obama White House have actually known each other longer than they have known the Obamas.

    “We shared a common history in that so many of us did have ties back to City Hall and had relationships that grew out of that experience, and we have grown up in a sense together,” Jarrett told me. “And then to come here together, it would have been much harder without each other.”

    Duncan, the former Chicago Public Schools chief, also brought a contingent with him to Washington.

    “There is a Chicago crowd of people here, and a lot of us learned our politics from some pros,” said Peter Cunningham, who worked for Duncan at CPS. Cunningham, a former speechwriter in Daley’s City Hall, is now assistant secretary for communications and outreach in the Education Department.

    Obama named three Chicagoans — all major fund-raisers — to be ambassadors: Lou Susman to Great Britain, David Jacobson to Canada and Fay Hartog-Levin to the Netherlands. Hartog-Levin’s husband, Daniel Levin, is the chairman of the Habitat Co. Jarrett is the former president and CEO of Habitat.

    Chicago lawyer Ertharin Cousin — who worked on the Obama campaign and is a veteran of city, state and national politics — was nominated last month to be U.S. ambassador to the Rome-based United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture.

    Cindy Moelis was tapped by Obama last April to be the director of the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships. Moelis is a friend of Mrs. Obama and worked with her at City Hall. Moelis later became the executive director of the Pritzker Traubert Family Foundation.

    That’s Pritzker as in Penny Pritzker — the Obama presidential campaign finance chairwoman. Obama headlined a Democratic National Committee fund-raiser at her Lincoln Park home Thursday. Moelis’ husband is Robert Rivkin, who wound up in the Obama administration as general counsel to the Transportation Department. Rivkin is a former CTA general counsel. Jarrett formerly chaired the CTA Board.

    Rivkin’s boss is Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, the former Illinois congressman who worked closely with Emanuel while they were both in the House. (Chicago author Carol Felsenthal, writing for the Huffington Post, noted that Rivkin’s brother Charles, also an Obama fund-raiser, was picked to be ambassador to France.)

    Last month, Obama named Bryan Traubert, Pritzker’s husband, as a member of the commission Moelis now runs. The president also named to the commission Eleanor Kaye Wilson, a former DePaul University official and a friend of Marian Robinson, Mrs. Obama’s mother. Wilson is godmother to Obama daughters Malia and Sasha.

    Last December, Obama said he would try to get back home every four to six weeks. While Obama stopped at his Kenwood home briefly Thursday night, more-regular visits haven’t been possible.

    “The world is a busy place,” Jarrett said.

    Even with all the Chicagoans in Washington, “we’re all a little homesick. Everyone misses Chicago,” Jarrett said.

  219. m2 says:

    Here’s an email to cous’

    and here Mark Lippert… a strong friend of Leahy and Daschle. (Two great men, right? Yeah right)

  220. rosehips says:

    about that birth certificate. sami, why do you say the one on the internet is a fake? It looks authentic to me. As I said, my bc has limited info on it. It is not a “long form” but it is the only one I have ever needed to prove my birth. Is there a provision that states the President is required to produce his long form cert?

    Perhaps time would be better spent assuring that the next election will have procedures in place for candidates to prove their birthplace beyond a reasonable doubt. Does anyone know what the current process is?

  221. m2 says:

    As you can see, Lipert is now Senior advisor and has been on Foreign Relations, and National Security, yet his only background is as an aid to the lunatic left, until he joined the navy for 1 weekend a month in 2005.

    Tenure, my ass… lol

  222. Foxwood says:


  223. samiam60 says:

    Morning Rose good to see you. You seem well oiled and joyful today. The birth certificate produced is a document which tells of the existence of a real birth certificate. America wants to see the Original Long form Birth Certificate which will state needed information.

  224. rosehips says:

    and sami, loved your description of the wedding. you are a riot my man!

    did vf going golfing this morning????

  225. samiam60 says:

    It is a bit strange that Hawaii is saying they destroyed all the originals in 2001. Wonder why, they don’t take up that much space. But then again Obama spent near one million dollars in legal fees to seal a document that is supposedly destroyed.

  226. rosehips says:

    sami, do you possess your own long form bc? Do you know how you can get a copy?

  227. Foxwood says:

    Best I could find in the Constitution in Article II, Section 1, Clause 5:

    No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.

    I would think one has to prove beyond a doubt on it myself. The media made a big stink about Bush’s records. It is a media double standard.

  228. samiam60 says:

    Rose I have my long form birth certificate now.
    My mommy gave it to me.
    There is a copy at our city hall where I was born.

  229. Foxwood says:

    Morning Rose, M2, Sami, Tellit.

    Whood I miss?

  230. samiam60 says:

    Oh look guys I just got my Health Care Reform kit in the mail. Lets see what I have in here?
    Oh Nooooooooo, A pack of Kool-Aid and a pre-printed suicide note. Ohhhhhhhh Noooooooo

  231. Foxwood says:

    Oh no Mr Bill. That Koolaid taste bitter!

  232. tellitlikeitis says:

  233. rosehips says:

    I just got my insurance premium in the mail. It is a long form. The last line is a disclaimer. It says:

    “In the event of catastrophic illness or injury, I agree to sign my life, liberty and property over to the insurance company.
    Signed _______________________”

  234. Foxwood says:

    You know Sami, that Health Care kit kills two birds with one stone, so to speak.

    It also cuts down on CO2 emissions.

    How smart it that?

  235. tellitlikeitis says:

  236. samiam60 says:

    Tellit, thanks for the great video.

  237. tellitlikeitis says:

    You guys are going to love this video. No repect for the prez. lol

  238. Foxwood says:

    Obama: Give me 5.

    Unnamed Ambassador: Up yours!

  239. rosehips says:

    Well, I think since noone has yet to provide any proof of Obama’s Kenyan birth, I will have to follow through on my plan for an expedition. I am going to combine it with a quest to discover if parasite therapy is really a viable way to treat allergies and immune disorders. People are paying $3000. for a patch that exposing them to parasites. I heard of a DIY guy who flew to Africa and walked barefoot in shit and got the same effect. sami, you are welcome to join me. You have allergies, correct? We can find witnesses to Obama’s birth while you walk barefoot in the countryside and cure what ails you.
    Anyone else want to join?

  240. tellitlikeitis says:

  241. samiam60 says:

    Wait, there is more in my health care kit.

    A certificate for the following:

    100#’s of bacon
    100 dozen eggs
    100 can’s of lard
    100′ of rope
    10 bottles of floor wax
    1 coupon for neutering
    1 bottle of bathtub polish
    1 GPS underskin locator
    1 free Creamation Certificate
    And that’s all I got.

  242. Foxwood says:

    I can walk through gater shit in the swamp. Why would I want to walk through rhino shit.

    You know what they say. Shit’s shit.

  243. tellitlikeitis says:

    Morning Rose! Why do you have to go to Africa to find parasites since we have plenty of them here in th US. Our parasites are called the government local and national. lol

  244. samiam60 says:

    Rose I would love to join you on your trip but I got all the parasites I needed by shaking hands with all the liberals at that Wedding I went too. Thanks for thinking of me though.

  245. Foxwood says:

    What Sami? They forgot the banana peal?

  246. tellitlikeitis says:

  247. Foxwood says:

    I would have thought the anvil on the ledge would have came in the package also. I’ve seen that coyote get hit with that one alot.

  248. samiam60 says:

    Fox, The Anvil was not sent because the postal costs were prohibitive.

  249. Foxwood says:

    They could have given you a coupon for one. I think you got ripped off.

  250. samiam60 says:

    Rose you there? I think you got something on your shoe. Oh look your cured! 🙂

  251. Foxwood says:

    I guess you get used to the smell…

  252. tellitlikeitis says:

  253. Foxwood says:

    Speaking of banana peal, I was walking on the sidewalk the other day and slipped on one. I found out first hand why a banana peal is like music.

    If you don’t C sharp, you’ll B flat.

  254. tellitlikeitis says:

  255. rosehips says:

    well, I’ve gotta get going.

    sami, I think the parasite therapy has a lot of promise. You should check into it. The FDA is doing clinical studies. People have actually cured their allergies just by contracting hookworm. Other immune disorders and diseases are being researched for parasite therapy as well. I know if I had a disorder that showed possible improvement to treatment, I’d try it.

  256. Foxwood says:

    I’m using a weight loss therapy, Rose. It involves tape worms.

  257. rosehips says:

    and I think going on a Parasite Expedition to Kenya has a lot of marketing possibilities. We will find the answers and the cures. I am confident.

  258. rosehips says:

    fox, I discovered the answer to losing weight. It really is simple. Learn to embrace hunger. There is way worse pain than hunger pain. It really isn’t so bad.

  259. rosehips says:

    this is kind of scary:

    “More than two million people living on the banks of Lake Kivu in central Africa are at risk of being asphyxiated by gases building up beneath its surface, scientists have warned.

    It is estimated that the lake, which straddles the borders of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda, now contains 300 cubic kilometres of carbon dioxide and 60 cubic kilometres of methane that have bubbled into the Kivu from volcanic vents. The gases are trapped in layers 80 metres below the lake’s surface by the intense water pressures there. However, researchers have warned that geological or volcanic events could disturb these waters and release the gases.”

  260. rosehips says:

    okay, bye for now. hope to see y’all later….

  261. samhenry says:

    Morning all

    RH – this is kind of scary:

    “More than two million people living on the banks of Lake Kivu in central Africa are at risk of being asphyxiated by gases building up beneath its surface, scientists have warned.

    Rose, everything that goes on in the Congo and in Rowanda is scary. But the earth is overreacting like Professor Gates who threw off the same gasses. This is what caused the Police Officer to arrest him for disorderly conduct. The entire neighborhood had never experienced such an SBD stealth attack – like a squid being threatened.

  262. samiam60 says:

    Rose says:

    this is kind of scary:

    “More than two million people living on the banks of Lake Kivu in central Africa are at risk of being asphyxiated by gases building up beneath its surface, scientists have warned.

    It is estimated that the lake, which straddles the borders of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda, now contains 300 cubic kilometres of carbon dioxide and 60 cubic kilometres of methane that have bubbled into the Kivu from volcanic vents. The gases are trapped in layers 80 metres below the lake’s surface by the intense water pressures there. However, researchers have warned that geological or volcanic events could disturb these waters and release the gases.”

    Ok Rose, so if a volcano doesn’t kill them the gases will? Its a BIG what if. I kinda think those folks are safe for now.

  263. samiam60 says:

    Meant to say SamH. I think those folks are ok for now. If something changes I am sure they can be evacuated.

  264. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hi Lisa! Sam!

  265. Foxwood says:

    Hey, Lisa, SamH,

    But Rose! I liked the tape worm idea! I need to get a patent before someone take it from me.

    Next question… Where does one find a tapeworm to swallow?

  266. tellitlikeitis says:

  267. Foxwood says:

    Marketing Tapeworm Therapy might be the big problem…

    Billy Mays is dead, Damn.


  268. Foxwood says:


  269. samhenry says:

    VF – your vid from “Reliable Sources” re “birthers.”

    Laura Ashburn of USA TODAY (a national newspaper conceived of in Rochester, NY by Gannet when still headquartered here) said she is against giving coverage to Birthers views.

    OK folks – first of all, calling skeptics re the birth certificate is tosses them into the realm of childish lunatics. Most important – the idea that we should control opinions just because they seem ludicrous very scary indeed.

    The only “Twisted” thing at VotingFemale are the lines securing the great info ship to the dock “news” from the Socialists.

    Sail on O great ship VotingFemale carrying bloggers of superior ability whose wake has rocked the Socialist boat!

    The only birthers I know are in “Gone with the Wind” – pure entertainment/fiction.

  270. samhenry says:

    FOX you can find tapeworms where the Socialists find them – ass kissing the big O.

  271. samhenry says:

    Sorry, VF, he is the President of the US – you may delete the comment and I am uncomfortable with it as well. It is beneath me.

  272. LisaInTX says:

    Morning Fox, Sami, Rose, Tellit, SamH, VF and any I missed!! :-}

  273. samiam60 says:

    Hi Lisa, check your email dear.

  274. tellitlikeitis says:

    Morning Lisa!

  275. samhenry says:


    President Obama, opening two days of high-level talks with China, said he believed that the discussions could lay the groundwork for a new era of “sustained cooperation, not confrontation” in a relationship likely to shape the history of the 21st century.

    Mr. Obama said that Washington and Beijing need to forge closer ties to address a host of challenges from lifting the global economy out of a deep recession to nuclear proliferation and global climate change.

    Vice Premier Wang Qishan, China’s top economic policymaker, said his country’s attempts to create a more open economy would help U.S. recovery efforts.

    “With the furthering of China’s reform and opening up, China and the United States will have even closer economic cooperation and trade relations and (the) China-U.S. relationship will surely keep moving forward,” Wang said, speaking through an interpreter.

    The discussions in Washington represent the continuation of a dialogue begun by the Bush administration, which focused on economic tensions between the two nations. Mr. Obama chose to expand the talks to include foreign policy issues as well as economic disputes.

    Top officials from both countries have called the relationship crucial to solving many of the world’s crises. The Obama administration hopes the talks can set the groundwork for cooperation on climate change, lifting the world economy out of turmoil and addressing nuclear standoffs with North Korea and Iran.

    Mr. Obama said he was under “no illusions that the United States and China will agree on every issue,” but he said closer cooperation in important areas was critical for the world.

  276. Foxwood says:


  277. LisaInTX says:

    Hillary calling Obama out for dirty campaign….LOL

  278. samiam60 says:

    Great Video Lisa 🙂

  279. LisaInTX says:

    Got it Sam. Thanks for the heads up. :-}

  280. LisaInTX says:

    Wonder if Obama has promised the state of CA to China if they will continue to fund our TRILLIONS of Communist dollars to float our nation???
    This just pisses me off that our so called elected leaders are selling our nation out to Communist Nations!!!! This is pure Treason IMO!!!

  281. karmahd says:

    Afternoon, just a quickie, Foxwood, your tapeworm can be found in raw meat, just eat a pound or two a day and you should have your worms your looking for. Interesting that the Leftist Liberal Blogger that attacks this blog would use such a intellectual comparison, but then again maybe his mommy needed the computer and he had to come up with something quick? So how are my right wing agitators doing today??? Back to work, but here in spirit!!

  282. LisaInTX says:

    Archie Bunker on Civil Rights

  283. Foxwood says:

    Beck will have something on his show today that WE HAVE TO ADDRESS.

    In the link, keep your eye out for ACORN. We will lose our country if we don’t take care of this problem.

  284. tellitlikeitis says:

    Becareful with parasites. This is what can happen.

  285. tellitlikeitis says:

    This is shocking!

  286. Foxwood says:


    I still have BBQ leftover from yesterday. Anyone care for leftovers?

  287. samhenry says:

    LOL Lisa – yes -give California to China. Most of their people already live there. And throw in Oregon and Washington State they have large Chines populations.

    The Chinese are smart enough to stay away from the East Coast in DROVES.

  288. LisaInTX says:

    Those videos were SCARY!!!
    I’m wondering though if instead of the dangerous and costly brain surgery, if this woman and those with this same illness, could not have been treated with Ivermectin or some other form of parasite treatment?
    The cost of a tube is $5 versus ten thousand plus for that surgery and it would be non-invasive to boot!

  289. LisaInTX says:

    RoseHips will have to move East though….we don’t want her causing the Chinese any trouble in their new land! LOL ;-}

  290. tellitlikeitis says:

    Lisa , the coke on the raw pork blew me away. I am not much of a pork eater but I don’t think I’ll eat pork any more.

  291. LisaInTX says:

    I gotta run errands…..bbl

  292. tellitlikeitis says:

    Bed bug infestations, parasites in the brain. We are turning into a third world country. I don’t remember these things being a problem when I was growing up.

  293. LisaInTX says:

    That was truly disgusting!!! Now I may have to try it and see if that is real or memorex…lol
    Coke on pork chops should make them tender and sweet too, but If a maggot pops out, God help me and get the hell out of the way to the toilet!!!

  294. LisaInTX says:

    Lice, bed bugs, ticks, fleas, all types of blood sucking and internal parasites are all a part of the mammal life.
    They have always been around, but the fact remains that cleanliness is next to Godliness, is still a good basis for reducing the exposure to these things.

  295. LisaInTX says:

    okay…really gotta run…bbl :-}

  296. tellitlikeitis says:

    see ya lisa.

  297. tellitlikeitis says:

    Here is another congressional genious.

  298. tellitlikeitis says:
    Conyers Sees No Point in Members Reading 1,000-Page Health Care Bill–Unless They Have 2 Lawyers to Interpret It for Them
    Monday, July 27, 2009
    By Nicholas Ballasy, Video Reporter

    ( – During his speech at a National Press Club luncheon, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Democratic Congressman John Conyers (D-Mich.), questioned the point of lawmakers reading the health care bill.

    “I love these members, they get up and say, ‘Read the bill,’” said Conyers.

    “What good is reading the bill if it’s a thousand pages and you don’t have two days and two lawyers to find out what it means after you read the bill?”

  299. rosehips says:

    tellit, thanks for the vids and the parasite alert. It is certainly a concern that some parasites can do much harm. I guess everything has it’s down side. I still like the promise that hookworm therapy has for allergies and ibd’s and ms.

    My ex and his third wife made a huge deal over my oldest son’s warts. They took him to a dermatologist who prescribed $100. medicine that he needed to have renewed at least twice. They wanted me to buy into this wart removal regime. My doctor in Canada told me there was no totally effective way to get rid of warts but they would eventually go away on their own. I had warts as a child and warts as an adult. They went away eventually, on their own. The same for my son after the expensive treatment didn’t work. They eventually disappear.

  300. rosehips says:

    Our body’s can do amazing things to cure ourselves but our use of antibiotics and disinfectants have messed with the normal processes for disease control. Normally that woman’s immune system may have prevented the worms from infecting her brain.

    I once picked a bunch of wild mushrooms that are considered gourmet. I traded with a guy at a little Barter Faire up in Canada. They guy was European. I discovered afterwards that the shrooms had a bunch of little squggly worms in them. I went and told the guy but he was unconcerned. He said it is normal for wild mushrooms to have worms. Not exactly appetizing, but I am less squeamish about worm in my veggies. I’d rather worms than pesticides.

  301. rosehips says:

    and VF, sorry if I got off topic with talk about parasites.

    I think we are all in agreement that Obama made a fatal flaw when he called the police action stupid. My ex used to try to make the excuse that he wasn’t calling me stupid when he said something I did was stupid. But I am not stupid and I know if someone says what I did was stupid even if they don’t say I am stupid that they are calling me stupid because aren’t stupid acts commited by stupid people?

    I don’t think it is very presidential to call anything or anyone stupid. I don’t think we may ever know the exact exchange between the police officer and the professor, but I tend to believe that the po was doing his job and the professor was looking for a reason to cry racism. Obama should not have spoken until he had all the facts. Throwing racist accusations at a police is a serious deal. Pretty stupid thing to say without proof.

  302. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hi Rose , That coke in pork video was too much. I make sure that any meat I eat is cocked to the point of almost turning charcoal. There is no moo left in my steaks if you know what I mean. lol

  303. samhenry says:

    Good deal, Rose. You understand what few citizens understand – what the Prez said was unfortunate – but they and he get caught up in this.

    The key – he should not have got into it until all the facts were in. THEN he could support his friend and give the background on racial profiling.

    In doing as you and I agree, he would also have represented all of this people – his job. For better or worse, he represents the Police Officer as well.

    RH has said: I don’t think it is very presidential to call anything or anyone stupid. I don’t think we may ever know the exact exchange between the police officer and the professor, but I tend to believe that the po was doing his job and the professor was looking for a reason to cry racism. Obama should not have spoken until he had all the facts. Throwing racist accusations at a police is a serious deal. Pretty stupid thing to say without proof.

  304. samhenry says:

    Dog overboard for catching up on life

  305. m2 says:

    hi RH, tellit, SH…

    Tellit, thanks for ruining pork for life for me, and I am too wary to look at the vid titled “brain” and “parasite”

    hey check out the FB poll, FB that made him can unmake him…
    Do you approve or disappove of Obama’s job in office?

    Strongly approve – 35,101 (17.1%)

    Approve – 20,608 (10.0%)

    Neutral / no opinion – 5,917 (2.9%)

    Disapprove – 22,347 (10.9%)

    Strongly disapprove – 121,737 (59.2%)

    Overall 27% approve, 70% disapprove. The net-strongly index is -42%. That’s gotta hurt. He should put some ice on that.

  306. m2 says:

    I told hubs about coke/chop video and he found a video where a woman did it and nothing happened…


  307. tellitlikeitis says:

    good afternoon m2, I am going to try that coke on the pork chop trick myself just to see if it is fact or fiction.

  308. m2 says:

    YES do it and report back!

  309. m2 says:

    this is funny… “during his final days & the days leading up to his final days…”

  310. tellitlikeitis says:

    Stumbling Governors Signal Trouble for Dems

    By Michael Barone,

    With polls showing a drop in Barack Obama’s job rating and sinking support for the Democrats’ health care plans, there is evidence of collateral damage where you might not expect to find it: in the standing of Democratic governors. Pennsylvania’s Ed Rendell suddenly is getting negative job ratings in both the Quinnipiac University and the Franklin & Marshall College polls — his lowest marks in seven years as governor. Ohio’s Ted Strickland, who has spent most of his first term working amicably with Republican legislators, scores less than 50 percent in the latest Quinnipiac poll and has only tenuous leads over two Republicans, John Kasich and Mike DeWine, who may run against him next year.

    In the two gubernatorial races being contested this year, Republicans seem to have advantages. In Virginia, Republican Bob McDonnell has led Democrat Creigh Deeds in all but one poll and picked up the support of Black Entertainment Television billionaire Sheila Johnson, one of the biggest contributors to the incumbent, Democratic National Chairman Tim Kaine. New Jersey incumbent Jon Corzine, who spent more than $100 million on narrow wins for senator in 2000 and governor in 2005, is 15 points behind Republican Chris Christie. Corzine will not be helped by the indictment of multiple Jersey pols, most of them Democrats, in a case initiated by Christie when he was a U.S. attorney.

    There’s an argument that these results hold little relevance to the standing of the national parties. Almost every state faces severe fiscal problems, and standoffs between a governor and a legislature can drag the governor’s ratings way down, as in the case of California’s Arnold Schwarzenegger. Moreover, a governor’s personal strengths and weaknesses can override party identification; one of the nation’s highest-rated governors is Dave Freudenthal, a Democrat in very Republican Wyoming.

    Even so, these numbers should be troubling for Democrats. Rendell and Strickland are attractive personalities with some penchant for centrist policies. Both were suggested as possible running mates for Barack Obama. (Both sensibly swatted away those suggestions.) Corzine is running in a state that, with a rising immigrant population and an outflow of affluent residents, has been solidly Democratic for a dozen years. Altogether, these states have 69 electoral votes, and Obama won all four by comfortable margins last November.

    Democratic governors in other important states also have been getting low marks from voters. North Carolina’s freshly elected Bev Perdue has only 26 percent of voters willing to re-elect her. Colorado’s Bill Ritter, Washington’s Christine Gregoire, Oregon’s Ted Kulongoski, Wisconsin’s Jim Doyle, Massachusetts’ Deval Patrick and Michigan’s Jennifer Granholm have been getting sub-majority voter approval most of the year.

    These governors are mostly able and attractive people, and every one of their states voted for Obama. None of them is tarred by scandal or not up to the job, as seems to be the case with the nation’s lowest-rated governors, Nevada Republican Jim Gibbons and New York Democrat David Paterson.

    I take all this as evidence — not conclusive evidence, but significant evidence — for the proposition that economic distress does not predispose voters to favor bigger government. Not all the reasons for these governors’ negative job ratings arise from debates over the size of government, but many do — and voters clearly are not hankering for more government.
    When you put these results together with Obama’s slide in the polls, they suggest trouble for big-government Democrats. Pollster Scott Rasmussen now shows Obama with only 49 percent job approval; when he asked voters which party they’d like to represent them in the House, Republicans came out ahead of Democrats.

    Some analysts will point out that Rasmussen’s results tend to be more negative for Democrats than those of other pollsters. That’s because, as Rasmussen explains, he uses a likely-voter formula that tends to assume that first-time voters in November 2008 will not turn out in force in 2009 or 2010.

    That seems to have been the case so far in most 2009 special elections and primaries. In off-year elections without Obama on the ballot, it seems unlikely that young blacks will turn out in larger proportions than young whites, as the Census Bureau reported happening in 2008. Democratic candidates will have to make their own cases, and the governors’ job ratings suggest their prospects may be dicey.

  311. tellitlikeitis says:

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  314. tellitlikeitis says:

    Gibbs: Birther issue ‘nonsense’

    White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs once again dismissed conspiracy theories about the president’s citizenship …

    … in his daily briefing Monday, noting that proof of President Obama’s birthplace had been posted online and Obama’s citizenship had been demonstrated “ad nauseam.”

    But Gibbs, sounding alternately bemused and exasperated, told White House reporters that conspiracy theories about the president’s birthplace would never go away.

    “I hate to indulge, in such an august setting as the White House briefing room…the made-up, fictional nonsense whether the president was born in this country,” Gibbs said. “If I had some DNA, it wouldn’t assuage those who believe he wasn’t born here.”

    Attempting to put the issue to rest, once more, Gibbs assured reporters: “The president was born in Honolulu, in the 50th state of the greatest country on the face of the earth…There are 10,000 more important issues for people in this country to discuss, than whether or not the president is a citizen when it’s been proven ad nauseam.”

    Asked to speculate on why conspiracy theorists continue to fixate on the issue, Gibbs joked: “Because for $15 you can get an Internet address and say whatever you want.”

  315. Foxwood says:

    Glenn Beck is about to come on. It’s supposed to be an important one today. Please don’t miss it.

  316. arlenearmy says:

    watching beck now

  317. vigilocanis says:

    Top Ten Things Not To Scream at a Cambridge Policeman After He Arrives At Your Home To Investigate a Breaking and Entering Dispatch!

    Don’t Try Any of These Responses at Home. They could be injurious to your freedom.

    By vigilocanis

    1. “No, I will not come outside with you!”

    2. “Why, because I am a black man in America?”

    3. ‘You have no idea who you are messing with!”

    4. “You have not heard the last of this!”

    5. “Officer, what is your name?”

    6. “You are a racist cop!”

    7. “Ya, I’ll speak to your mother outside!”

    8. ‘You are guilty of racial bias!”

    9. “I am disabled and will fall without my cane!”

    10. “My front door is un-securable due to a previous break in!”

    (Responses taken almost verbatim from Gates police report-edited for speaking tense)

  318. arlenearmy says:

    I wonder if the below is crowley’s email address so that I can recommend that he not go to that beer meeting w/obama

  319. arlenearmy says:


    I went to your website & made a comment.

    You forgot to add another item to your list

    #11. “And Im a friend of Barrack Hussein Obama”

  320. vigilocanis says:

    Arlenearmy, you can’t how much I appreciate your interest and comment and how generous VF is with her big time blog.

    #11 is a winner just like you.

  321. arlenearmy says:

    Thanks 🙂 You gotta a good looking blog. Its so neatly packed & concise. I wish I had the time like you & VF to maintain a blog, but Ive got writer’s block. So I do my part by making comments. guess I always got something to say. And its a good thing that folks like you & VF give me a venue to express my 2nd amendment rights.

  322. Foxwood says:

    Hmmmm… Beck said on his radio show that he was going to talk about ACORN in public schools. I’ve been doing some research on it.

  323. Foxwood says:

    I will always buy American over foreign products, but there are some things you need to know.

  324. arlenearmy says:

    If Im not mistaken, didn’t ACORN change its name ?

  325. Foxwood says:

    It has a Global name, but I can’t remember it.

  326. karmahd says:

    Fox I am a heathen I drink imported beer, OH THE HUMANITY!!!!

  327. Foxwood says:

    Oh… forgot about that! I drink Guinness. But a German outfit bought Anheuser Busch.

  328. Foxwood says:

    A man in a bar sees a very beautiful blonde woman and goes over to talk to her.

    Man: Hi. How are you doing?

    The man now finds out she has a thick Swedish accent.

    Woman: Fine, and how are you?

    Man: Would you like a drink?

    Woman: Shore, that would be fine.

    Man: Anheuser Busch?
    To read the ending go to:

  329. arlenearmy says:

    What is Richard Cohen – Southern Poverty Law Center talking about dead officers in Florida due to folks down there questioning Obama’s birth certificate ?

    I noticed that Cohen or his piss ant lefty group didn’t say a damn thing about Letterman making SEXIST remarks about Palin. Like OReily said, if they dont like watching Lou Dobbs then dont watch it.

    Cohen asked when will it stop. My answer: When Obama shows the Doggone Birth certificate.

  330. m2 says:

    Check out the Poll numbers on AOL (scroll down and to the right) … bleak times for Obama.

    Also the one about the BC (which 80% want the media to get HA to release the DETAILS of the long form) has a link to Huff Po.

    So on Huff Po, you have some yuppy lib asshat laughing at his own cynism, and a comment log of ppl who questions Obama’s BC. And 1 commenter said that his comment was deleted last night (not surprising. Socialists like Huff Po writers can’t stand free speech, afterall)… This is what the commenter said:

    Wow…this is really scary. My comment that disagreed with you, which shown last night is not on today. So much for freedom of speech, Jason. In fact, I am noticing that several of the posts that disagreed with you are gone. Yikes. We are being a Socialist country.

  331. m2 says:

    Here’s another comment from Huff Po, lol:

    I am FROM Hawaii and the fact is, he said he was born at Queens Hospital. NOPE, said Queens, he wasn’t born here!
    Okay, then he said he was born at Kapiolani Hospital. NOPE, said Kapiolani, he wasn’t born here!
    Looks like he was NOT born in Hawaii, that’s why he doesn’t have a birth certificate.

    Let’s not forget he said in his book, Dreams of My Father, he found his “birth certificate” when he was a teenager.

    Don’t you think that’s a weird thing to write in a memoir? Kind of like reverse-psychology. Like if he just says he has one, they can go “oh look he says in his book written years ago he has one”

  332. m2 says:

    Berg makes an amazing case.

  333. m2 says:

    According to Illinois state filings, when Obama registered as an attorney in 1991, under the name Barack Obama, he stated he did not have any former names.

    :: Barry Obama, Barry Soetoro, Barack Soetoro, Barry Dunham, Barack Dunham, Barack Obama ::

  334. tellitlikeitis says:

  335. tellitlikeitis says:

    You all gotta watch this this!!!!!!

  336. tellitlikeitis says:

    You gotta love this guy!!!

  337. tellitlikeitis says:

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  339. karmahd says:

    The ghost of Karmahd is breezing by……Was he wearing tights!!!, Howdy all my anti radical radicals, what is new on the front lines. Hell I have not read Sundays paper yet! It is November 2010 isn’t it?? Or should I go back to sleep until then. I want everyone in here to vote twice in the next election, hey home field rules! I was going to post “The Parties Over” but that is way to premature, but the guests are leaving the party, and clutching there purses and wallets out the door. You see you loose money when you go to one of their parties! OK was that obtuse enough?? Night, up in six for 9 more. KarmaHD

  340. rosehips says:

    karma, thanks for working so I don’t have to. lol.
    2010 is going to be historical. I feel it. At least it will be memorable. I am convinced of that. heehee

    karma, I always get excited when I see you on the blog. keep being karma. I know and trust you will.

  341. arlenearmy says:

    m2 said:
    “Let’s not forget he said in his book, Dreams of My Father, he found his “birth certificate” when he was a teenager.”


    I got both his books. What page is that on. I need to bookmark it for future reference.

  342. arlenearmy says:

    That picture you got on top of that dude w/his mouth wide open reminds me of the photo of Skippy Gates. While he was handcuffed, his Pie Hole still wideeeeeeeeeeeee open!

  343. arlenearmy says:

    Well all, good nite. I got a long day tomorrow.

  344. VotingFemale says:

    I have a doctor’s appointment this morning… will be back later!

    Good Morning to you all!

    Obama experienced the worst week of his life last week… and he did it all to himself… Karma has a way of doing that.

  345. karmahd says:

    Hey thanks for the cred VF LOL

  346. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning all. VF good luck at the doctors.
    Expect sweeping changes in the Congress of the United States in 2010. Looks like Pelosi and Thugs will be gone. Hip,Hip, Hoorah! 🙂

  347. SamHenry says:

    Hey, all, I too have a 10:00 AM doctor’s appointment up in emerald city. Time for my allergy tests to map out where I am today. Can’t wait for the relief of the shots. Bring them on!

  348. SamHenry says:

    Dog eagerly overboard. Will be back.

  349. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning all! More hypocrasy exposed.

    Obama 2004: Bush Rushed Legislation Through Congress Without Allowing Time to Read Or Debate
    By P.J. Gladnick (Bio | Archive)
    July 27, 2009 – 20:02 ET

    Hypocrisy alert!

    A heretofore “unknown” 2004 interview with Barack Obama by leftwing radio host Randi Rhodes has just emerged. And basically, as you shall hear, Obama is saying do as I say, not as I do. In this case he was referring to quickly forcing legislation through congress. As you can hear in this interview, uncovered by Naked Emporer News, the hypocrisy seems so massive that it is destined to go viral on the Web. It features Randi Rhodes back during her Air America days interviewing then senator-elect Barack Obama on November 22, 2004. And despite the fact that Randi is currently pretty well hidden from public view, you can be sure she will soon be talked about again because of her inadvertent exposure of incredible hypocrisy on the part of Obama. And what was the hypocrisy? His complaint that the Bush administration was rushing legislation through congress without giving the legislators time to read the bills or allowing for much debate.

    To get the full flavor of the Obama hypocrisy, be sure to listen to the YouTube clip which also includes a video of MSNBC’s Chuck Todd discussing why Rahm Emanuel felt the need to Rahm, I mean ram, legislation through congress. Here is the transcript which picks up at the 55 second mark:

    BARACK OBAMA: …When you rush these budgets that are a foot high and nobody has any idea what’s in them and nobody has read them.

    RANDI RHODES: 14 pounds it was!

    BARACK OBAMA: Yeah. And it gets rushed through without any clear deliberation or debate then these kinds of things happen. And I think that this is in some ways what happened to the Patriot Act. I mean you remember that there was no real debate about that. It was so quick after 9/11 that it was introduced that people felt very intimidated by the administration.

    The YouTube clip then segues to comments made last March by Chuck Todd of MSNBC describing Rahm Emanuel’s rationale for rushing legislation through congress:

    CHUCK TODD: And a few things that I feel like that I’ve picked up from these guys. Number one is that they are very aware. Rahm Emanuel is Chief of staff…had experience in the Clinton White House. And he is trying to learn every lesson from those days of Clinton and apply it to Obama. So number one is, don’t deal with just one big issue. One of the reasons why, for instance, they thought health care went down is you had one issue sitting out there when Hillary Clinton introduced it. We all focused on it in the media. And the opposition got to organize and stop it. And you can kill anything in this town if you set an idea out here long enough and give the opposition time to organize and stop something. And I don’t care which side of the aisle you’re on. You can kill anything in Washington doing that. And I think they’re attacking it this way: saying we’re going to push 3 or 4 different things. Because they believe the opposition won’t have time to unite and kill all of it.

    So kudos to Randi Rhodes for exposing the massive hypocrisy of one Barack Obama although she wasn’t aware of it at the time. And why is it that it is once a blog, and not the MSM, that has dug up this very revealing interview?

  350. tellitlikeitis says:

    SamHenry and VF, Good luck at the doctors.

  351. m2 says:

    Hey guys!

    Arlene, I don’t have the book but I have seen the source via here:

    Also scroll down to the letter the WH displayed from the hospital (for 6 months) before the hospital the WH claims denied him. LOL

    This part from 2/3rd in the article:
    “In his autobiography, “Dreams from My Father,” Obama says he found his birth certificate as a child, but he didn’t describe what information it contained.”

  352. m2 says:

    There is more over-whelming evidence at this point of him being an alien.

    Especially since the only way to live in Indonesia would have been to be a citizen. Which makes sense, because non-citizens were denied passage during war time is what I heard. Also heard that Indonesia doesn’t allow duel nationality… and he was a child in school as a citizen, and that

    when he was 20 he had to sort out his citizenship and used his “foreign” status to acquire “AID” for his schools which is why he will not release ANY of his school records

    the hospitals in HA deny him.
    His grandma (paternal) say he was born in Mombasa Kenyan hospital..


  353. m2 says:

    this actually has good comments and it’s on huffpo, ew! lol…

  354. rosehips says:

    gm peeps.

    m2, that article in huffpo talks about Orly Taitz as if she was a man. It got kind of garbled in the end.

    Orly Taitz is that crazy dentist from Southern Cal. There was something on Berg’s website, I think, about Berg filing a lawsuit against Orly. I forget the details. I think she is a publicity seeker.

    The birth cert issue was the top story this morn on Yahoo news. Did you see it? The director of the DOH in Hawaii verified that Obama’s bc is real and he was born in Hawaii.;_ylt=AkASoliPvToOeMKzV.hlgHOCfNdF

  355. m2 says:

    I didn’t even read the article!
    I just skim over it…

    Accd. to HA procedure they CAN verify that a BC is real because you can have one issued without being born there. And they can in fact use their “system” to say it is verifiable.

    Alls he has to do is release the details…
    He could have done that in P. Berg’s case, and put a squash to any other lawsuits in the future…

    BUT nnoooooooo!

  356. m2 says:

    I posted huff po link b/c of the comments not the article.

    this explains the HA standards very well:
    1. Under Hawaiian law, it is possible (both legally and illegally) for a person to have been born out of state, yet have a birth certificate on file in the Department of Health.

    A. From Hawaii’s official Department of Health, Vital Records webpage: “Amended certificates of birth may be prepared and filed with the Department of Health, as provided by law, for 1) a person born in Hawaii who already has a birth certificate filed with the Department of Health or 2) a person born in a foreign country” (applies to adopted children).

    B. A parent may register an in-state birth in lieu of certification by a hospital of birth under HRS 338-5.

    C. Hawaiian law expressly provides for registration of out-of-state births under HRS 338-17.8. A foreign birth presumably would have been recorded by the American consular of the country of birth, and presumably that would be reflected on the Hawaiian birth certificate.

    D. Hawaiian law, however, expressly acknowledges that its system is subject to error. See, for example, HRS 338-17.

    E. Hawaiian law expressly provides for verification in lieu of certified copy of a birth certificate under HRS 338-14.3.

    F. Even the Hawaii Department of Home Lands does not accept a certified copy of a birth certificate as conclusive evidence for its homestead program. From its web site: “In order to process your application, DHHL utilizes information that is found only on the original Certificate of Live Birth, which is either black or green. This is a more complete record of your birth than the Certification of Live Birth (a computer-generated printout). Submitting the original Certificate of Live Birth will save you time and money since the computer-generated Certification requires additional verification by DHHL.”

    2. Contrary to what you may have read, no document made available to the public, nor any statement by Hawaiian officials, evidences conclusively that Obama was born in Hawaii.

    A. Associated Press reported about a statement of Hawaii Health Department Director Dr. Fukino, “State declares Obama birth certificate genuine.”

    B. That October 31, 2008 statement says that Dr. Fukino “ha[s] personally seen and verified that the Hawai’i State Department of Health has Sen. Obama’s original birth certificate on record in accordance with state policies and procedures.” That statement does not, however, verify that Obama was born in Hawaii, and as explained above, under Hawaiian policies and procedures it is quite possible that Hawaii may have a birth record of a person not born in Hawaii. Unlikely, but possible.

    C. The document that the Obama campaign released to the public is a certified copy of Obama’s birth record, which is not the best evidence since, even under Hawaiian law, the original vault copy is the better evidence. Presumably, the vault record would show whether his birth was registered by a hospital in Hawaii.

    D. Without accusing anyone of any wrongdoing, we nevertheless know that some people have gone to great lengths, even in violation of laws, rules and procedures, to confer the many benefits of United States citizenship on themselves and their children. Given the structure of the Hawaiian law, the fact that a parent may register a birth, and the limited but inherent potential for human error within the system, it is possible that a parent of a child born out-of-state could have registered that birth to confer the benefits of U.S. citizenship, or simply to avoid bureaucratic hassles at that time or later in the child’s life.

  357. m2 says:

    A. Had he disclosed his vault copy in the Berg v. Obama lawsuit (which was the first lawsuit filed on the question of his eligibility to be President), and it was established he was born in Hawaii, that would have constituted res judicata, and acted to stop other similar lawsuits being filed. Without res judicata (meaning, the matter is adjudged and settled conclusively) he or government officials will need to defend other lawsuits, and valuable court resources will be expended. Strategically from a legal standpoint, therefore, his refusal to disclose doesn’t make sense. Weighing factors such as costs, resources and complexity of disclosing versus not disclosing, he must have reason of considerable downside in disclosing, or upside in not disclosing.

  358. rosehips says:

    the website below has a lot of info about the different cases and results. It talks a little about the squabble between Taitz and Berg. She revealed info that Berg got pissed about. a birthdate and ss#. But I think it goes much deeper. There seems to be quite the battle brewing. A couple of drama lovers. Maybe they should hook up. hahaha

  359. m2 says:

    What does that have to do with Obama BC?

  360. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good morning everyone! Ok, I f the BC is real lets see it. Why not produce it and put this all to rest. I do not trust the Hawaiian officials. They are all democrat party hacks in the tank for Obama.

  361. rosehips says:

    I am swamped with schoolwork this week and am having a yard sale on Sat. dang. so much to do. won’t be able to spend much time here.

  362. m2 says:

    I think for a job to be Commander in Chief, it is not to much to ask to release details of the long-form, esp when every hospital denies his mother & him being there, and to release school records.

    Don’t you guys?

    Common sense.

    The NYT properly analyzed McCain, and his health records and school records.

    That AP article give no details but a man, with the controversy surrounding this issue -the lawsuit, the other records, the hospital… I find the AP article disingenuous since it contains no factual material but 1 witness. And the nasty term “birther” which Liberal Obama supporters confirmed upon the doubters. That in and of itself is reckless journalism for AP, and I am fairly disgusted with their obvious bias.

    What has become of the News media who is supposed to be credible? Seek facts? Look at all the sides, including the reason I listed.

    That is a travesty.

    And as it stands, the issue will grow.
    They cannot bully and threaten genuine people by calling them a name and laughing it off.

    Sorry, but there are real legs to this, and maybe if he released his school transcripts he wouldn’t have to release the details oh his longform, but as it stands:

    The lawsuit
    All of his sealed papers
    the hospital
    the family giving diff. stories

    That won’t die. No matter what the cynical, biased and shameful liberals in media call people.

  363. m2 says:

    Obama’s poll numbers aren’t getting any better.
    And when people suffer the Obama Misery Index, in the economy HE CREATED…

    It will grow. Disdain.

    and they will ask for answers to why he was not properly vetted, and the media will suffer as they already have.

    They invested a lot in Obama. They can’t see their investment crumble. Especially NYT and “GE” (ie. NBC)

  364. tellitlikeitis says:

    m2, As his pole numbers go down and the sheen wears off this will give the give the democrat power brokers more reason to get the truth out on his origin of birth. I think the birth issue is their secret weapon to blow him out of the water if they see him destroying the party. The truth is going to come out eventually. If the real document exists then lets see it and let it be scrutinized by the experts. The so called birthers must be having an impact because the issue is still in the news.

  365. m2 says:

    Tellit, it won’t go away. Which is exactly why he should have settled the Berg case.

  366. m2 says:

    Cambridge Police Officer Kelly King:

    “It’s unfortunate, I supported him. I voted for him. I will not again…I think it’s admirable that he would speak on behalf of his friend, but he should have recused himself. He should have stepped back, and he should have said, ‘I support my friend, but I don’t have all the facts. I won’t weigh in yet.'”

  367. m2 says:

    You see Tellit, you are right.

    Rt now the media is to invested in Obama. They carried him through the campaign, for him to fail would mean they fail. A total loss of credibility. A vote of NO confidence.

    Obama is at the point of no return. When the pt. passes, and the Congress is hated/mistrusted by 76% of people like they are now, and his poll numbers decay, and his policies exert more harm to jobs than good…

    See the media turn, along with the Plan B by Democrat Party. Like you say, Tellit.

  368. m2 says:

    U.S. Stocks Slump on Consumer Confidence Report

    Markets were down slightly this morning after a major indicator showed consumer confidence in the economy was slipping.

  369. m2 says:

    As joblessness soars, more Americans are losing their homes. The Obama administration meets with loan servicers to find out why mods are delayed.

    Gee wonder why? B/c Obama policies of spend money the U.S. does’t have to give to people who don’t deserve it, meanwhile killing jobs —doesn’t work? HUH

  370. karmahd says:

    M2 the answer to your question is that Obama has not addressed the housing issue, he needed that to stay in crisis mode so he could implement his sweeping bullshit programs.

  371. tellitlikeitis says:

    m2, I thought they said the recession was over.

  372. m2 says:

    LOL !

    Karma, very true!
    Tellit… LOL LOL

    hey what do you guys make of that new story about hot dogs causing cancer pushed by the vegan group?

  373. karmahd says:

    Everything on gods green earth causes cancer, if you do not eat 10 hotdogs a day you should be ok, they are filled with nitrates and other preservatives and are really bad for you, but I love em too, but dont eat that many.

  374. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hi Karma. Yes that’s how they operate. Keep everthing in turmoil and crises mode while they try to slip things under the radar.

  375. karmahd says:

    Tellit that is Uncle Saul Alinsky at his best, start a fire and dance around it yelling, then rob the town blind while the fire is being put out>>> Back to work, check in later Karma

  376. tellitlikeitis says:

    See ya Karma.

  377. tellitlikeitis says:

  378. LisaInTX says:

    Take a few minutes and do this. You get to vote on your observation and

    personal impact with presidency’s administration. H

    Vote on Obama’s performance. No registration or anything, just vote and

    view the results.

    A one question poll.

    Your Chance To Vote On Obama’s Performance on Economy-AT&T/Yahoo Poll

    Then pass it on.

  379. LisaInTX says:

    The Lie Clock

    A man died and went to heaven. As he stood in front of St. Peter’s desk at the Pearly Gates, he saw a huge wall of clocks behind him. He asked, “What are all those clocks there for?”

    St. Peter answered, “Those are Lie Clocks. Everyone on Earth has a Lie Clock. Every time you lie the hands on your clock will move.”

    “Oh,” said the man, “whose clock is that?”

    “That’s Mother Teresa ‘s. The hands have never moved, indicating that she never told a lie.”

    “Incredible,” said the man. “And whose clock is that one?”

    St. Peter responded, “That’s George Washington’s clock. The hands have moved twice, telling us that Washington told only two lies in his entire life.”

    “Where’s Barack Obama ‘s clock?” asked the man.

    “Obama’s clock is in Jesus’ office. He’s using it as a ceiling fan.”

    Vote on Obama’s performance. No registration or anything, just vote and

    view the results.

    A one question poll.

    Your Chance To Vote On Obama’s Performance on Economy-AT&T/Yahoo Poll

    Then pass it on.

  380. LisaInTX says:

    The Lie Clock

    A man died and went to heaven. As he stood in front of St. Peter’s desk at the Pearly Gates, he saw a huge wall of clocks behind him. He asked, “What are all those clocks there for?”

    St. Peter answered, “Those are Lie Clocks. Everyone on Earth has a Lie Clock. Every time you lie the hands on your clock will move.”

    “Oh,” said the man, “whose clock is that?”

    “That’s Mother Teresa ‘s. The hands have never moved, indicating that she never told a lie.”

    “Incredible,” said the man. “And whose clock is that one?”

    St. Peter responded, “That’s George Washington’s clock. The hands have moved twice, telling us that Washington told only two lies in his entire life.”

    “Where’s Barack Obama ‘s clock?” asked the man.

    “Obama’s clock is in Jesus’ office. He’s using it as a ceiling fan.”

  381. arlenearmy says:

    Kelly King a black female copy spoke the BEST in support of Sgt. Crowley. She said that she voted for Obama & that she will NOT vote for him again.

  382. LisaInTX says:

    Sorry for the double post….the blog is blogging down…lol

  383. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hello Arlene and lisa.

  384. Foxwood says:

    Had 911 issues with a cell site almost all day. Finally getting online today.

  385. SamHenry says:

    Quick swim by – Tellit

    tellitlikeitis // July 28, 2009 at 9:25 am

    SamHenry and VF, Good luck at the doctors.

    You are so very nice, Tel. I had tests for allergies – you know the railroad tracks on your arm – itchy scratchy. Trees, grasses, dust mites and dogs. I will have shots for all of that. I go on in a couple of weeks for my foot, then a couple of more tests and we start again the first of the year. At my age, I should just take an aprtment near the medical center and eat in the hospital cafeteria.

    See all of you later, I hope. If not, tomorrow for sure!

    Dog swims away toward shore.

  386. karmahd says:

    Dogs aboard, calling all dogs, what do all you people do at night?? I get home and nobody to talk to… OK I will see you at 11:30 tonight, time to eat some foodish…

  387. Foxwood says:

    I notice everybody went to the doctor today. So did I. I had to get my BP checked for my BP meds. I’m Ok, but I asked my Doc his opinion on the healthcare plan. He told me one of the reasons he left Canada was because of the deathcare plan for the elderly in Canada and now he sees it coming here.

    He also said he has to start adding his patents to the Universal Care database and he has to buy the software from the government to do this. He also has to pay for the data processors to do the job.

    I guess he aught to do this out of the goodness of his heart and not pass it on to me, his patient, or he might be considered a greedy bastard.

  388. Foxwood says:

    I thought I saw Karma in here… Guess I’ll go back to my house work.

  389. SamHenry says:

    That Death Care insurance in Canada is scary – especially for us seniors. One should not be afraid to grow old.

    Off to snooze.

  390. karmahd says:

    I am back, and if I had insurance I would have gone to the doctor three weeks ago when I think I had the swine flu, LOL. I know don’t joke about it, but I never get sick, and damn if I did not have the bugggg. So I hear their is a bipartisan health bill coming down the road, I saw this online today, and have not read the news, but I have one question.

    “What are they giving the Republican politicians to jump on board with ANY kind of government run health care!!!

    I have a thought, focus on fixing medicare, Amtrack, the Postal Service, and do you not think it is odd that Social Security has not even been mentioned, was that not the biggest crisis we had prior to the micro depression we are now in. And by the way, this administration, has made the situation much worse than it had to be. Tax cuts in February would be kicking in right about now, take that 787 billion stimulus money and give it back to the people, because we are not feeling its effect, nor will we feel the effect of a pork laden bull shit vote at night bill that was PAYBACK, and to buy votes. I guess this is turning into a rant. Oh well wake up Rip Van Karma in 3.5 years, I will meet you at the voting booth. It ain’t gonna nothing but worse as far as government intervention over the next, OH SAY 6 months until this administrations bully pulpit bull shit spending stops!! Night all sleep well, we are doing almost all we can…

  391. LisaInTX says:

    Hey all. check this out and take a look at this link below. Very interesting!!!

    When the liberal Washington Post which wrote a scathing article about Baucus, they tried to interview him for the article. He declined to be interviewed, sending his surrogate. Baucus’ spokesman, Tyler Matadorf, said “…the Senator is only driven by what’s right for the country. And, he will continue his open process of working together with the (…), his colleagues in Congress, and groups and individuals from the across the nation to get this legislation passed.” (Especially if they have ten thousand bucks in their pocket.)

    Since 1989, healthcare industry lobbyists have donated $298.9 million to influential House and Senate incumbents. Just since the current round of negotiations on the Hill, $5 million has reached the pockets of Republicans and Democrats alike. As lobbyists for the healthcare industry poured money into the coffers on Capitol Hill, they filled Baucus’ various PAC war chests to the tune of $3.8 million since 2003. Of the $3.8 million taken by Baucus, less than 10% of those contributions came from individuals or corporations from within Montana. Charles Grassley [R-IA], the senior Republican on the Senate Finance Committee picked up $2.5 million in legal healthcare kickbacks. House Ways & Means Committee Chairman Charlie Rangel [D-NY] received $1.6 million from the health sector and Dave Camp [R-MI], the ranking Republican, received $1 million. John McCain [R-AZ] received $546 thousand; Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell [R-KY] received $425 thousand. In the House, Minority Leader John Boehner [R-OH] received $257 thousand and Minority Whip Eric Cantor [R-VA] received $249 thousand. John Dingall [D-MI] took $180 thousand from the health sector; and Earl Pomeroy [D-ND] took $104 thousand. Senators Barbara Boxer [D-CA] and Diane Feinstein [D-CA] were the 20th and 25th largest recipients (out of 100 members) of health sector money in the US Senate. Once again entrenched, institutionalized members of Congress are proving that their true constitutents are not the voters who cast the ballots that re-elect them, but the money barons who fill their campaign war chests.

    Edward T. Kennedy [D-MA], an advocate of universal healthcare for decades, was the recipient of $2.6 million from healthcare reform advocates who desperately want to get their “fair share” of the government’s healthcare plan. Too bad Sen. Kennedy doesn’t qualify for the same mediocre medical care other seniors with a terminal illness will get under Obama’s healthcare plan. If he did, there wouldn’t be enough PAC money in the world to swing his vote. Since socialized medicine has already made it through the Senate Finance Committee, if the House version, H.R. 3200, of the America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 (which actually eliminates all choice) somehow runs the gauntlet of the 233-member conservative alliance that derailed Nancy Pelosi’s Healthcare Express, America will become a third world healthcare provider within three years. But Congress will have eliminated the pressure cap on both Social Security and Medicare because many of the double-dippers in those systems will no longer be with us.

    The Congressmen and Senators who are feasting on the largess of the lobbyists for the healthcare industry vying for their share of the new revenue opportunities in healthcare industry will collect their legalized bribes and, without a second thought about what they’ve done to the American people, they will simply move on to the next piece of legislation and the next opportunity to fill their campaign coffers at the expense of the rest of us. How long will it take before the American people realize the guy (or gal) with the largest campaign war chest is the person you absolutely have to vote out of office?

  392. tellitlikeitis says:

    God Bless the true patriot. You gotta watch this!

  393. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hi Lisa and Karma!

  394. LisaInTX says:

    Okay, the way I see it. “Contributions” is nothing but BRIBES to influence a persons decisions. So since when was it ethical or LEGAL to bribe our elected officials to go against We The Peoples best interest???

  395. LisaInTX says:

    Hi Tellit….I think Karma has hit the hay…lol
    I really enjoyed the videos of Dr. Manning earlier today…LMAO!!!! hahaaaaa…..he sure has a way with words!
    Love the “Long-legged McDaddy” comments hahahaaaa

  396. LisaInTX says:

    That soldier was right on!!! Hope his rep was paying attention!!

  397. LisaInTX says:


    Any person in Government service should:

    1. Put loyalty to the highest moral principals and to country above loyalty to Government persons, party, or department.

    2. Uphold the Constitution, laws, and legal regulations of the United States and of all governments therein and never be a party to their evasion.

    3. Give a full day’s labor for a full day’s pay; giving to the performance of his duties his earnest effort and best thought.

    4. Seek to find and employ more efficient and economical ways of getting tasks accomplished.

    5. Never discriminate unfairly by the dispensing of special favors or privileges to anyone, whether for remuneration or not; and never accept for himself or his family, favors or benefits under circumstances which might be construed by reasonable persons as influencing the performance of his governmental duties.

    6. Make no private promises of any kind binding upon the duties of office, since a Government employee has no private word which can be binding on public duty.

    7. Engage in no business with the Government, either directly or indirectly which is inconsistent with the conscientious performance of his governmental duties.

    8. Never use any information coming to him confidentially in the performance of governmental duties as a means for making private profit.

    9. Expose corruption wherever discovered.

    10. Uphold these principles, ever conscious that public office is a public trust.

    [Source: U.S. House of Representatives Ethics Committee]

  398. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hi Lisa! Obama knows that he has to gets this passed before congress goes on their summer break. Our so called representatives are getting their asses reamed when the go back home now. I believe universal health care will be DOA when they come back to congress after summer break.

  399. tellitlikeitis says:

    Lisa , I feel encouraged that there are African Americans out there that are not being sucked in by the shuck and jive con man we currentlyhave in the white house. He is selling us all out especially African Americans.

  400. arlenearmy says:

    good video. that soldier was spot on. folks, dont leave home w/out your video camera (or cell phone video camera), because the news media is not reporting this stuff. we gotta rely on youtube, blogs & other social networking sites.

  401. arlenearmy says:

    Have y’all heard about the government trying to force 12,ooo kids in Oklahoma to take the vaccine for swine flu? It’s said that the vaccine is experimental & that the kids are Guinea pigs.

  402. LisaInTX says:

    I just posted a new report. Took me awhile to remember how!! LOL

    I did a track back to your blog….least I think I did?? hahahaa

  403. LisaInTX says:

    HOLY CRAP!!!

    This is SCREWED the HELL up!!! There has only been like 200 deaths world wide by this virus and yet these idiots are gonna inject 12,000 CHILDREN with this crap?????

  404. LisaInTX says:

    According to an update issued by the World Health Organization (WHO) today, Sunday 10th May, there have been 4,379 confirmed cases of human infection with swine flu (H1N1), and 46 deaths. All the deaths have occurred in Mexico 45, USA 3, and Canada 1. Mexican authorities inform that the rate of spread within Mexico is significantly slowing down. However, experts say it is too early to say the outbreak has turned for the better.

  405. LisaInTX says:

    This is like a Stephen King movie!!!!!!!!!!!!

  406. LisaInTX says:

    This is happening in FL, Dade co.
    What the hell is going on in this country?????????

  407. SamHenry says:

    Talk about talking past one another….up with the dogz as always. I get so tired of time at the computer flushing my life down the toilet of time.

    To me, the big story is the weather and the misdirected tornadoes. Don’ all vortexes know that each time Obama opens his mouth these days, a new tornadic disturbance is generated causing unstable politics? Their place is at his side. Wish the winds were strong enough to blow Rahum Enamuel and the program that is being pushed down our throats away.

  408. SamHenry says:

    Lisa – about the butchered mare – this is beyond criminal. I don’t know who eats horse meat in North America but I know it is highly prized in Europe. It’s the economy. People need to make money any way they can. I’ll bet there are a lot of chickens that are not stolen by fox and I feel strongly that there will be, if not already, taking some beef on the hoof from the range.

  409. SamHenry says:

    See this article:

    Obama: Reform does not include cutting Medicare
    President Obama tried Tuesday to alleviate senior citizens’ concerns about health care reform, saying his plan will maintain Medicare benefits and allow people to keep the coverage and doctors they now have. full story

    My fear is Medicare but ALSO my Blue Cross/Shield back up from my old employer. Because I worked for a Pharmaceutical company that is now being bought out, I am concerned about losing the excellent benefits I have at little cost – but MOST of all, my RX benefits far outstrip the GOV plan.

  410. SamHenry says:

    Good Grief – see this headline:

    Harvard Prof Gates Is Half-Irish, Related to Cop Who Arrested Him
    Two Men at Center of Controversy Linked by Irish Heritage

    NOW BLOGGERS ARISE – demand birth certificates – long form.

  411. SamHenry says:
    Conyers Sees No Point in Members Reading 1,000-Page Health Care Bill–Unless They Have 2 Lawyers to Interpret It for Them
    Monday, July 27, 2009
    By Nicholas Ballasy, Video Reporter

    ( – During his speech at a National Press Club luncheon, House Judiciary Chairman John Conyers (D-Mich.), questioned the point of lawmakers reading the health care bill.

    “I love these members, they get up and say, ‘Read the bill,’” said Conyers.

    “What good is reading the bill if it’s a thousand pages and you don’t have two days and two lawyers to find out what it means after you read the bill?”

  412. SamHenry says:

    With the shortage of doctors, we may soon be going to be assessed by robots like those being worked on that will have virtual human intelligence. However, beware….

    Robot attacked Swedish factory worker

    Published: 28 Apr 09 10:12 CET

    A Swedish company has been fined 25,000 kronor ($3,000) after a malfunctioning robot attacked and almost killed one of its workers at a factory north of Stockholm.

  413. SamHenry says:

    From the NYT:

    From The Times
    July 28, 2009
    $20m holiday home at Blue Heron Farm suits Barack Obama to a tee

    No, he is still a socialist. Remember in Russia – going back to the days of the Soviet Union, country leaders drove in limos and vacationed in dauchos (spelling) on the Caspian (?) sea.

    It’s too late to get my facts straight.

  414. SamHenry says:


  415. SamHenry says:

    Lisa – here’s a horse story of a different color:


    From Wednesday’s Globe and Mail Last updated on Wednesday, Jul. 29, 2009 02:53AM EDT

    They’ve faced down rioters, brought rampaging drunks to their senses, cleared drug traffickers out of city parks and helped an embattled police department win its share of PR victories, especially among small children.

    But now the economic crisis has done what the bad guys couldn’t do: laid low the massive and meticulously trained horses of Boston’s mounted patrol unit. At the end of June, the city’s police commissioner disbanded the unit, replacing the 650-kilogram animals with bicycles in a cold-hearted move that could serve as a sign of law enforcement’s recession-era realities: four legs bad, two wheels good.

    “It’s been devastating,” says Fran Jurga, a Massachusetts equine advocate and a blogger on hoof care, who recalled the central role played by the horses at such tempestuous events as the desegregation of Boston schools and the rowdy Red Sox 2004 World Series victory. “It may seem like an easy half-million to cut from a police budget, but getting rid of these horses is extremely short-sighted.”

    Recessions by their very nature make decision makers short-sighted, and that bottom-line mentality has imperilled many police horses beyond Boston’s stable of 12. U.S. cities large and small – such as Portland, Ore.; Toledo, Ohio; Dover, N.H.; Roanoke, Va.; and Camden, N.J. – have all had to face the possibility that their mounted units are finally going the way of the horse and buggy.

    Police cruisers are clearly faster when it comes to emergency response. Bicycles are seen to be just as mobile, at a fraction of the cost. Highly trained and heavily armoured SWAT teams supply a more intimidating presence, if that’s what’s required. And the public-relations benefit of big-eyed, tail-switching draft horse is all but impossible to measure, even if their attention-getting qualities are undeniable, and their adorability has no peer in policing’s arsenal.

    “You don’t need a cop on every corner when just one cop sitting high on a horse can clear out three or four blocks. All the bad guys in the neighbourhood leave when they see us.”

    “We’re on the chopping block,” says Greg Mack, an officer with Portland’s mounted unit who has trained with the RCMP’s Musical Ride and whose horses have been featured on the Fox series Cops . “We dodged a bullet this fiscal year, but we’re at the top of the list of things to be cut next year.”

    Horses make easy targets for the budget-cutters: They appear to be a frivolous expense, a nostalgic relic of another age that has no place in up-to-date crime-fighting; even the Mounties restrict their splendid animals to ceremonial detail and crowd-pleasing entertainments.

    For University of Toronto criminologist Mariana Valverde, this skeptical approach to mounted units is long overdue. “Bicycles have made horses redundant,” she says. “It doesn’t make sense to waste money on expensive horses when there are potholes that need to be filled.”

    That’s certainly an attitude that’s prevailed in Camden, N.J., a troubled city of 79,000 with high rates of both unemployment and crime.

    “We have bigger concerns than horses,” says Camden police spokeswoman Teresa Archambeault, whose department just pensioned off its last two horses. “We’re sad to see them go, but because of the budget crunch, the bigger priority is to get the equipment needed for the city to fight crime.”

    Horses may not look like modern crime-fighters, but appearances are deceptive, says Officer Mack. In fact, their very visibility is in itself an efficient law-enforcement tool.

    “People don’t understand the benefits of a mounted unit,” he said. “You don’t need a cop on every corner when just one cop sitting high on a horse can clear out three or four blocks. All the bad guys in the neighbourhood leave when they see us.”

    The value of deterrence, the crime that doesn’t happen, is hard to measure. What’s more obvious is the controlling effect that police horses, which are bred for their imposing bulk and selected for their calm demeanour, can have on a crowd threatening to run riot.

    In Dover, N.H., where horses keep a wary eye on bar patrons mingling about at closing time and discourage Red Sox fans from celebrating too boisterously, Officer Michelle Murch accepts the fact that the budget bean-counters may prefer police cruisers because they cover a much bigger area.

    Her mounted unit was cut from the city budget two years ago, and now finds much of its support from private donations and fundraisers such as the Horseshoes for Heroes dinner-auction.

    But, she notes, “when you’re facing 3,000 kids, it’s not the canine unit or the police in riot gear that can move the crowd. Horses are so big, they can push a large bunch of people without even physically touching them.”

    “ It’s a green operation and horses don’t use any gas: We’re real user-friendly.”

    That may be something of an image problem for the horse-loving set – after all, if the gentle animals are being hailed as good for police PR, should they also be acclaimed for pushing citizens around? Nady Peters, a Boston-area riding instructor who helped lead the campaign to save the city’s mounted unit, has made her peace with the animals’ dual role, insisting that they make crowd control more humane.

    “When you have 10 or 12 horses side by side, going slowly toward a crowd, the crowd’s more likely to disperse. They have a calming effect that’s the opposite of what you’ll get from a row of police in riot gear, who rile the crowd, leading to confrontations and people being hurt. But when you have a ton of animal coming at you, you’re getting out of the way.”

    Still, for all the great memories of World Series riots that were quelled, Boston got rid of its mounted unit. So what’s a cash-strapped city to do if it want to keep its horses in hard times?

    Sergeant J.D. Harber of Nashville, whose animals handle crowd-control assignments as diverse as Tennessee Titans football games, Fourth of July fireworks celebrations, and presidential debates, has figured out pretty well every angle to maintain his 12 horses against a cost-cutting onslaught that favours police bicycles, scooters and even Segways.

    His unit grows its own hay and shares its quarters with a working farm. All the horses in Nashville are donated, another by-product of the recession that has seen private stables downsizing. Cheap labour is supplied from city jails to clean the stables and the horses. “It beats sitting in a jail cell,” he says.

    And when all else fails, he falls back on the environmental argument. “It’s a green operation and horses don’t use any gas: We’re real user-friendly.”

  416. SamHenry says:

    There is no form of crowd control more effective than policeman on a horse. A policeman on a bike, well, the only thing reasonable would be to save his own life by peddling away from an angry mob.

  417. SamHenry says:

    Here’s a happy story about life under national health insurance – from UK’s The SUN ( my favorite trash read).

    A SHOCKED mum gave birth on the LOO – after being sent home twice by hospital staff.

    Geraldine King, 31, was stunned when son Kyle splashed into the toilet.

    But although the tot survived his dramatic arrival unharmed, his parents warned last night that it could easily have ended in a double tragedy.

    Drama … baby Kyle with mum Geraldine and dad Frankie

    Drama … baby Kyle with mum Geraldine and dad Frankie

    Geraldine, from Newarthill, Lanarkshire, said: “I am just so glad Kyle is safe and well.

    “I have three other children – but this was definitely the most traumatic birth.”

    The catering supervisor had been refused admission to Wishaw General Hospital twice in 24 hours when medics insisted she was not in labour.

    But hours after being sent home for a second time and told to take painkillers, her waters broke while she was in the bat

  418. SamHenry says:



    Critics of Health Reform Concerned Over Government’s Role in End of Life Issues
    A quarter of all Medicare spending is made in a patients final year of life, and that’s when the biggest potential savings could be made


    Iowa Republican Senator Charles Grassley says end of life decisions should be strictly between patients, families and doctor — and that many fear some ideas in these bills can lead to the government influencing that decision making.

    “That’s unethical as far as I’m concerned,” said Grassley.

    But Obama affirms that nobody will be forced to make a set of decisions on end-of-life care based on “some bureaucratic law in Washington.”

    Press Secretary Robert Gibbs says decisions will be made by doctors and patients and that the provision in the House bill would allow Medicare to pay for counseling sessions on end of life issues, but it doesn’t require them. Gibbs believes the misunderstanding is a result of intentionally spread misinformation.

    “I think there are people that have knowingly spread inaccurate information to hold up progress on health reform,” said Gibbs.

    Still, end of life counseling is sometimes conducted by people with an interest in steering patients away from hospital care and toward less expensive hospice care. And while studies show people actually prefer hospice care, it’s important they receive the most informed decision on when to end curative care, and that should come from their doctor.

    The White House says the president encourages the creation of living wills, but aides won’t say if he specifically supports Medicare reimbursement for end of life counseling sessions.

    Officials do say the president doesn’t share concerns by Sen. Grassley and others, that such reimbursement might lead to the government making life or death decisions about health care.

  419. SamHenry says:


  420. Foxwood says:

    SamH, The whole bill is a DeathCare bill. There is nothing good about it for “We The People”. The only ones to benefit will be the politicians. They think we are too stupid to know this. The problem is, they slipped up and let us see the bill, yet they continue to tell us we’re stupid and don’t know what we’re reading. That is, in effect, what Obutthole told us at that phone call town hall meeting.

  421. Foxwood says:

    I think you used a different email account on my blog originally SamH. I approved the comments.

  422. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Everyone! Where is VF?

  423. tellitlikeitis says:

    Here is something non political.

    Sunbeds elevated to top cancer risk level: WHO

    The International Agency for Research on Cancer announced Wednesday that it had elevated sunbeds, used by tens of millions of people for tanning, to its highest cancer risk category.
    Classified in 1992 and a “probable” cancer agent, research since then has left no doubt that soaking up UV rays at tanning salons significantly enhances the chances of developing the disease, the World Health Organisation (WHO) agency found.

    “The use of sunbeds is carcinogenic to humans. It causes melanoma of the skin, and melanoma of the eye,” said Vincent Cogliano, an IARC researcher who led the new assessment.

    “I cannot see any reason why a healthy person should use them,” he told AFP by phone.

    The risk of melanoma — the most lethal form of skin cancer — increases by 75 percent when use of tanning devices starts before the age of 30, according to the findings, published in the British medical journal The Lancet Oncology.

    The link between artificial tanning devices and cancer is not new. The WHO and national health agencies have long cautioned against using sunbeds, much as they have warned about the ill effects of overexposure to the sun.

    But threshold of scientific proof is high, and required additional research on animals as well as epidemiological studies of cancer rates among humans before sunbeds could be labeled — along with tobacco, asbestos and alcohol — as a carcinogen.

    Cogliano said it is not the IARC’s role to issue recommendations, but that he hoped the new evaluation would focus attention on the issue.

    “We are not a regulatory agency. We publish the scientific results so that the public health agencies can take action as they see fit.”

    Physicians hailed the decision, and called for tighter regulations for the multi-billion dollar tanning industry.

    “We welcome the recognition that sunbeds are carcinogenic,” said Nina Goad, spokeswoman for the British Association of Dermatologists.

    “It is high time that steps were taken to regulate the industry, to prevent children using sunbeds, and to ensure that sunbeds are subject to health warnings like other known carcinogens.”

    “We have been trying for a long time to call the attention of the government to the potential risks,” said George Reuter, head of Frances National Union of Dermatologists.

    Both associations stopped short of calling for an outright ban.

    “The solution is to inform the public, not to outlaw sunbeds,” said Reuter, adding that many dermatologists in France tell their patients not to exceed ten sessions in year.

    Those who use the devices to stay tanned year round are especially at risk, he added.

    “People have the right to make their own health choices. Other known carcinogens are not banned, so I don’t think you want to set a precedent with sunbeds,” Goad said by phone.

    Sunbeds are more common in northern Europe and the United States than most other regions. According to a survey conducted last year, some 14 million Germans aged 18 to 45 use them, with a quarter starting before the age of 17.

    Earlier studies indicate that nearly a quarter of the adult population in many European countries — including France, Belgium, Germany and Sweden — have used sunbeds, which emit a higher concentration of UV rays than sunlight.

    The sunbed association, and industry lobby group based in Britain, disputed the IARC’s reclassification of tanning devices as carcinogen to humans.

    “The relationship between UV exposure and an increased risk of developing skin cancer is only likely to arise where over-exposure — i.e. burning — has taken place,” it said in a statement.

  424. tellitlikeitis says:

    Obama still cashing in on Bush’s failings

    Facing the first real rough patch of his presidency, President Obama and his supporters are once again resorting to a tried-and-true tactic: attacking George W. Bush and Dick Cheney.

    In his White House press conference last week, Mr. Obama referred to the Bush era at least nine times, three times lamenting that he “inherited” a $1.3 trillion debt that has set back his administration’s efforts to fix the economy.

    With the former president lying low in Dallas, largely focused on crafting his memoirs, Mr. Obama has increasingly attempted to exploit Mr. Bush when discussing the weak economy, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the difficulty closing the military prison at U.S. Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

    As he took power, Mr. Obama promised a “new era of responsibility” that would transcend partisan politics.

    “For a guy who campaigned on taking responsibility and looking forward, he spends an awful lot of time pointing fingers and looking backward,” said former Bush deputy press secretary Tony Fratto, who has begun defending the previous administration.

    But Democrats think Mr. Obama would be remiss if he did not point out what he inherited.

    “I’m not convinced that Obama and his supporters are bashing Bush as much as they are quite rightfully reminding people that our current economic mess and the wars were inherited from the Bush administration,” said Democratic strategist Bud Jackson. “It’s important to remind people of this because Republicans are now criticizing the Obama administration as if they had no role in how we got here.”

    Democratic Party strategist Liz Chadderdon said the strategy of blaming the previous team has been effective.

    “I think Bush-bashing has been alive and well since ’07 and, since it keeps working, why not use it?” she said. “Voters have short memories. The administration needs to remind people that things were way worse over the last four years than in the last six months.”

    Mixed feelings among voters about health care reform have shaken the president’s approval ratings from the high poll numbers when he took office. Six months into his term, 30 percent of the nation’s voters “strongly approve” of Mr. Obama’s job performance, according to a survey released Monday by the Rasmussen polling organization.

    The poll showed that 40 percent “strongly disapprove” of the president’s performance, marking the first time the disparity has reached double digits.

    Since taking office, Mr. Obama has implemented a $787 billion stimulus package that has failed to produce a quick economic turnaround and the U.S. economy has shed more than 2.5 million jobs.

    Mr. Obama hardly ever refers to Mr. Bush by name. In fact, his Web site,, recently scrubbed the name of the former president out of a reference to Hurricane Katrina, which once read: “President Obama will keep the broken promises made by President Bush to rebuild New Orleans and the Gulf Coast.”

    Now, the “President Bush” is gone.

    Although Mr. Obama’s effort is subtle, his rhetoric is clear. On his first trip overseas, Mr. Obama referred to Mr. Bush’s foreign policy and said the United States has “shown arrogance” and been “dismissive, even derisive.” He said decisions of the past had “lowered our standing in the world.”

    “There are some mornings I read the news and feel like it’s January 2009 — there are so many stories making the front page about things that President Bush thought about and didn’t do,” said former White House press secretary Dana Perino. “I find it hard to believe that there aren’t more interesting stories affecting Americans in the here and now that can garner that kind of space. But the obsession continues unabated.”

    Even when asserting his responsibility for addressing the nation’s problems, Mr. Obama manages to highlight that he was left to deal with others’ missteps.

    At a town-hall meeting this month in Michigan — the state with the nation’s highest jobless rate — Mr. Obama said that fixing the economy is “a job I gladly accept.”

    But he added, “I love these folks who helped get us in this mess. And then suddenly say, ‘Oh, this is Obama’s economy.'”

  425. m2 says:


    It’s sad, but true. I have a new theory. And in the past I’d say Democrats had real ideas, but it seems they (the leadership at least) have decayed their ideology to just one point.


    They have to make someone a ‘villian’ in virtually every situation in order to ‘talk the people’ into their big-government schemes (that, by the way, they do their best to rename/distort the actuality)…

    I have come to this conclusion yesterday when Obama ripped on Doctors.

    First Republicans/Bush, then Wall Street, then Rich people, now Doctors….

    It’s actually kind of sad that a major party has atrophied in character & ideas in such a manner. I think it’s b/c they gave up on America as a party when they used to respect her.

  426. rosehips says:

    thanks for the info on the end of life decisions, sh. There are so many big issues on the horizon I feel that will test the ethical boundaries. When do we consider a life not worth prolonging? How much can we afford? I am all for hospice care. I think if people prefer it and its cheaper, why not promote it?

  427. rosehips says:

    and good morning m2, and everyone. I can’t stay on this morning. I hope you all have a great day.
    We are having east coast weather here in eastern wash. It has been in the 90’s and humid. Lots of thunderstorms. Haven’t seen a summer like this in over 15 years.

  428. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hi rose and m2!

  429. m2 says:

    Morning RH!
    My comment takes quite a while to refresh.

    Health service choices are a right conferred to us by our Constitution that says we are free and we alone can decide. When gov’t gets involved they are becoming a god-like substitute deciding for us, doling out their life & death sentences.

    Besides, now all studies say this gov’t takeover is way more expensive than leaving people free to choose.

    So there’s really no savings behind it. Right now people don’t have to go to hospices if they don’t want to. Under the gov’t people have to do what they are told, b/c of the shear cost of “universal care” they have to cut corners.

    People should be free.
    Government is not god.

  430. m2 says:

    morning tellit!

  431. tellitlikeitis says:

    Where is VF? Does anyone know?

  432. m2 says:

    and by the way Rosehips, now that you are over 50, under Obama/Pelosi-care, you will have a gov’t intruder in your house interrogating you about your lifestyle and deciding whether you are worthy of treatment in the future. Or whether if you fall and break a hip they just ship you to a hospice for the remaining days because the older folk do not contribute to the taxes, b/c mostly after 62 people are retired, and you are now a burden.

    not a human.
    not free.
    not able to choose your own path.

  433. m2 says:

    Don’t know tellit…
    maybe out golfing!

    I’ve got a little project I’m working on….

  434. m2 says:

    I should clarify, this is how Democrats and Big Government, and Gov’t Run Healthcare view people…

    as dollars signs that contribute to the Collective pie.

    Not me however… and not most Conservatives who are interested in individual’s right to liberty and prosperity and their own life.

    M2 says: the older folk do not contribute to the taxes, b/c mostly after 62 people are retired, and you are now a burden.

  435. VotingFemale says:

    Morning Everyone!

    Not playing golf… just loaded down with life stuff yesterday and much of today…

    needed to do the birthday thing for hub yesterday which spills over to today as well.

    He deserves it.

    Hope everyone is well…

    Will get a new blog post out in a bit.

  436. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Vf and m2!

  437. tellitlikeitis says:

    New York City Buys Homeless People One-Way Plane Tickets to Keep Shelter Costs Down

    NEW YORK — New York City is buying one-way plane tickets for homeless families to leave the city.

    It’s part of a program by Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration to keep the homeless out of the expensive shelter system, which costs $36,000 a year per family.

    More than 550 families have left the city since 2007. All it takes is for a relative to agree to take them in.

    The city employs a travel agency for domestic travel and the Department of Homeless Services handles international travel.

    City officials say there are no limits on where a family can be sent and families can reject the offer.

    Families have been sent to 24 states and five continents, mostly to Puerto Rico, Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas.

    City officials say none of the relocated families have returned to city shelters.

  438. tellitlikeitis says:

    This is an incredible story.

    Whale saves drowning diver

    A beluga whale saved a drowning diver by hoisting her to the surface, carrying her leg in its mouth.

    Terrified Yang Yun thought she was going to die when her legs were paralysed by crippling cramps in arctic temperatures.

    She had been taking part in a free diving contest WITHOUT any breathing equipment.

    Competitors had to sink to the bottom of an aquarium’s 20ft arctic pool and stay there for as long as possible amid the beluga whales at Polar Land in Harbin, north east China.

    But when Yun, 26, tried to head to the surface she struggled to move her legs.


    Lucky Yun said: “I began to choke and sank even lower and I thought that was it for me – I was dead. Until I felt this incredible force under me driving me to the surface.”

    Beluga whale Mila had spotted her difficulties and using her sensitive dolphin-like nose guided Yun safely to the surface.

    An organiser said: “Mila noticed the problem before we did.

    “We suddenly saw the girl being pushed to the top of the pool with her leg in Mila’s mouth.

    “She’s a sensitive animal who works closely with humans and I think this girl owes her, her life.”

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