Socialists: My Way or the Highway; Will Go it Alone to Force ObamaCare; Can You Spell Obama Waterloo?

The Socialists Do Not Care What You Think

Their behavior at Town Hall Meetings Across the Nation for three weeks proves the point.

They want you to Shut The Hell Up And Do As You Are Told To Do and Think As You Are Told To Think.

The latest confrontation between Barney Frank and ObamaCare dissenting Voters is a clear case of this Socialist Mindset…

I will use Hillary Clinton’s Own Words
To Push Barney Frank, Nancy Pelosi, Barack Obama
And the rest of the EVIL LEFT
Against the WALL

Well Guess What?

Since it is obvious there will be no further brain washing nor any results getting Socialist Terror Tactics to force people to SUBMIT… the Socialists are going to go for broke and attempt to ramrod ObamaCare through Congress with only DEM votes.

Problem with that is…
it will result in a 2010 Defeat
of the Socialists
at the Voting Polls.

These Idiots
think America
is already a
Totalitarian State
…with them in charge

WRONG

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Additional reading:
Goodtimepolitics: List of Healthcare Town Hall Meetings Nationwide
The American Spectator: Gallup Finds Independents Sympathize With Protesters
Fire Andrea Mitchell!: Exposed: The little “mean signs girl” Julia Hall from today’s New Hampshire Townhall
GayPatriot: Reader Report from San Francisco Rally Against Obamacare and Ma’am Boxer has time for a book signing, but “nothing scheduled” on health care reform
Michael D. Tanner, Cato @ Liberty: Co-ops: A ‘Public Option’ By Another Name
Confederate Yankee: Dishonest MSNBC Edits Out Face of Protestor in Order to Push Narrative of Racism
American Thinker: Orthopedic Surgeons respond to Obama on amputation comment
The Clampdown: The Chicago Way
Frugal Café Blog Zone: San José, California Protest… Protest Outside Sen. Barbara “Don’t Call Me Ma’am” Boxer’s Book Signing at Barnes & Noble and San Francisco’s Pelosi, Feinstein, Boxer Refuse to Host ObamaCare Town Hall Meetings… Citizens Will Hold Their Own Mock Town Hall Meeting and Candle Vigil (UPDATE: Boxer’s Book Tour) and Dr. Obama’s in the House: I’m Not a Doctor, but I Play One on TV (video) and Trojan Horses and Bold-Faced Lies: Obama’s Own Words on Eliminating Private Health Insurance (video) and Rush Limbaugh: Town Hall ObamaCare Protests, “All Statist” Insurance, and “Obama The Joker” Posters and Fake Democrat Astro-turf Protesting: Is Code Pink “Too-Well Dressed”? Or Just “Too Pink”? Only Sen. Babs Boxer Knows for Sure…
The Reluctant Optimist: Health Care Town Halls
Scared Monkeys: Nancy Pelosi – Hypocrite … In 2006 Pelosi was a fan of Disruptors when it was against the Iraq War
Doug Powers, Michelle Malkin: Town hall time for Obama and ‘the mob’
Patterico’s Pontifications: Deceiver.com on Pelosi and Obama: Goal Is to Eliminate Private Health Insurance
Dave Lucas: Not On MY Corner!
Right Voices: Specter: “I could be somewhere else. I don’t get any extra pay — I don’t have any requirement to be here.”
Alberto de la Cruz, Babalú Blog, an island on the net without a bearded dictator: That was then, this is now…
NewsBusters: Harry Reid Will Only Do Town Halls By Telephone, Media Mum
Real Clear Politics: Dem Congressman: Town Hall Protesters Are “Political Terrorist[s]”
Gateway Pundit: Shocker! Little Girl Who Asked Obama Question at New Hampshire Town Hall Was a Plant
Greg Gutfeld, Big Hollywood: Daily Gut: Plants
Temple of Mut: WE ARE NOT THE STAGERS! Leftist Activists try create faux imagery to squash our dissent.
GayPatriot: AP Finds Anti-ObamaCare Protests Represent Genuine Grassroots
Moe Lane: Rep. Bishop, Boswell having health care meetings allllll the way over *there*
Jim Blazsik: Breitbart.tv » ‘06 Flashback: Pelosi Tells Anti-War Protesters ‘I’m a Fan of Disruptors’
Atlas Shrugs: Tampa, St. Louis …Obama’s Union Thugs are Beating People up at Town Hall Meetings
Sharp Right Turn: White House tries to intimidate on healthcare opposition
Michelle Malkin: Inconvenient links of the week: Obama and the LaRouche poster
and ACORN Watch: What happens in Vegas… and SEIU Watch: Obama to rouse Purple Army in special conference call and All aboard the Astroturf bus! and Cone of Shame Award: Democrat Rep. Melissa Bean and Sheila Leavitt: Another wacky doctor for Obamacare; Updated and Another Democrat takes refuge at a union headquarters and Congressional Fugitive Watch: Has your lawmaker absconded today? and Pretty sneaky, Congresswoman Bean and Winds of change in San Francisco and Obamacare/OFA stage props in Houston: “One is a Che Guevara fan and the other lies about being a doctor.” and Hey, Rep. Betsy Markey: You’re invited to a town hall meeting you refuse to hold! and Selective outrage of the MSM and Obama’s town hall performance and Democrats now taking refuge at SEIU offices and NBC: “YES WE DID” and What’s the SEIU up to now?; Another Democrat calls Obamacare protesters “political terrorists” and The smell of desperation: White House unleashes on Internet critics and Video: No, you can’t just ram Obamacare through “fast” and Grass-roots revolt in Austin, TX: “Just say no!” to Obamacare; Pennsylvanians boo Sebelius & Specter, “How can you manage health care when you can’t manage Cash For Clunkers?”

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162 Responses to Socialists: My Way or the Highway; Will Go it Alone to Force ObamaCare; Can You Spell Obama Waterloo?

  1. samhenry says:

    VF

    Here is the article from Today’s Financial Times. It Calls out Congress for going in the wrong fiscal direction:
    Cost control not coverage is the key to health reform

    Mort Zuckerman

    Published: August 19 2009 22:23 | Last updated: August 19 2009 22:23
    Why does it cost the US about $7,000 per person annually for our incomplete national healthcare system, while other major economic competitors provide universal coverage for about half that? The answer is quite simple: the federal government pays whatever the cost will be.

    Virtually every expert agrees that the root of our runaway health inflation is the fee-for-service system. Every visit, test and exam is money in the bank for a doctor, hospital and test centre, so there is an incentive to do more of them. That is how doctors get paid – and also get protection from lawsuits. The cheapest malpractice insurance for a physician seems to be ordering multiple tests or CAT scans.

    We have volume without value. There is no direct correlation between good health and higher hospital costs, doctors’ payments, drug prices and administrative costs. Atul Gawande and three medical experts recently reported in the New York Times a study of 10 regions that spent 16 per cent less per Medicare patient than the national average but had quality scores well above average. “If the rest of America could achieve the performances of regions like these, our healthcare cost crisis would be over.”

    Join the debate

    Is it better to be sick in the UK or the US? Have your say in the Arena blog debate

    The crisis is real. When we consider the pitiable scenes in Inglewood, California, where thousands waited all day for free dental work, eye care, immunisations and the like, we want to see everyone adequately insured. But the current system will drive health costs up from a fifth of the economy to a third, with taxes sure to rise to meet the bill. The critical question is what level of coverage is affordable and sustainable.

    We must learn from our history, specifically the birth pains of Medicaid and Medicare under Lyndon B. Johnson. His former policy aide, Joseph Califano, wrote about that experience. “No one had discovered MRIs, PETs, CAT scans, organ transplants, and exotic and expensive cancer chemotherapy. None of us anticipated the extraordinary leap in life expectancy that would lead Medicare to spend a third of its budget during the last year of a beneficiary’s life and Medicaid to pump an even larger proportion of its dollars into nursing homes. Now we are in the early days of a revolution in neurology, genetics, molecular biology, stem cell research, mechanical hearts and lungs, and domino transplants that promise all sorts of [costly] cures that don’t exist today.”

    In other words, we must be aware of the potential expense of medical discoveries and be cautious about congressional clairvoyance that claims it can project healthcare costs 10 years into the future.

    What does history teach us? Mr Califano answers that the best way to curb costs “is to put as much profit in prevention as there is in acute care, and to put financial gain and pain into how individuals take (or don’t take) care of themselves”.

    The Obama healthcare programme has failed on this vital standard. The independent Congressional Budget Office recently released a bombshell evaluation of the reform bills. They would increase the federal deficit by at least $1,000bn (£604bn, €708bn) over the next decade and even more in the second decade, and yet only marginally lower the number of uninsured in the non-elderly population. This is not what we thought we were getting.

    President Barack Obama envisages financing his revolution in part by cutting Medicare, in part by raising taxes – all so that he can extend benefits to people who are low-income and uninsured. The CBO estimated that this would add at least $239bn to the budget deficit over the next 10 years, and this after increasing taxes by almost $600bn – not to mention the cumulative shortfall in the second decade, estimated at $800bn.

    It is a fatal flaw of the pending bills that they fail to control costs. As Douglas Elmendorf, head of the CBO, has put it: “We do not see the sort of fundamental changes that would be necessary to reduce the trajectory of federal health spending by a significant amount on the contrary, the legislation significantly expands the federal responsibility for healthcare costs.”

    You would not know this by listening to Mr Obama. He says his reform will insure the uninsured, control runaway health spending, subdue further budget deficits, preserve choice and improve the quality of care. As Washington Post columnist Robert Samuelson put it: “Because the president is so well spoken, he has the ability to make misleading statements sound reasonable or sophisticated. Still, they are misleading.”

    Even the president’s objective is off the mark. He says any bill should be revenue neutral. But “neutral” is not a sufficient goal. We have to radically cut the costs that are bankrupting us and pricing people out of care. Revenue neutrality leads us down the same path to insolvency that Mr Obama says is unsustainable – unless, of course, you compensate for the increased costs by raising taxes. But those revenues must be kept available to close the structural budget deficit that threatens the economy.

    This may sound pessimistic, but it is a view shared among experts. It does not help that Mr Obama ruled out taxing employer-provided health insurance, which could have raised $3,500bn over 10 years. Even a modest reduction or a ceiling on employee healthcare benefits to the current average of $13,000 annually would raise more than $1,000bn over the next decade and discourage gold-plated insurance plans for top executives that promote excessive consumption of health services.

    Mr Obama has also failed to address the insane costs and arbitrary awards of malpractice suits. The Democrats’ lust for large donations from trial lawyers does not justify its consequence. Doctors order tests and procedures for no reason other than to defend themselves from lawsuits, raising the cost of healthcare by as much as 18 per cent. Nor has the president kept healthcare negotiations an open process. The administration cut a backroom deal under which the drug companies deliver up to $80bn in savings in return for the valuable promise that Medicare will not be allowed to negotiate prescription drug prices. The deal also, astonishingly, committed us not to import cheaper drugs from Canada. This flies in the face of what Mr Obama endorsed in the campaign. Wasn’t this supposed to be the new politics that put the interests of the people above special interests?

    We need a different approach. We want specific proposals for cost-effectiveness. Why is it that 74 regions give high-quality care at lower cost? The costs in Florida, for example, are almost double those in Minnesota, with no better outcomes. Why? Because doctors have become entrepreneurs, setting up clinics, buying costly equipment and giving patients the works, paid for by our fee-for-service reimbursement system. The higher-spending regions have more hospital beds and specialists, patients see doctors more often and get more tests, yet there seems to be little link between this and the quality of care.

    The public cannot go on underwriting whatever therapeutic projects are chosen by patients and revenue-minded physicians, irrespective of whether they yield a proven benefit.

    And a dose more imagination, please! Mr Califano suggests requiring insurers to pay for preventive services such as regular physical exams and vaccinations for flu and pneumonia. Patients who fail to take the opportunity and get the disease should have to pay the care costs. He urges a saturation public health campaign: “There was a time when seat belts were for sissies, smoking was chic, and Aids was a social curse. Now every driver buckles up, smoking has been cut in half, and Aids is recognised as a preventable disease. We must do the same with excessive drinking and obesity.” He would sharply tax alcohol and tobacco, since almost 30 per cent of healthcare spending is caused by smoking and excessive drinking.

    We cannot ensure that every procedure is available in a fee-for-service model. We must try models with pay-for-performance and audits to review effectiveness. We must aim to have patients co-pay for costly elective diagnostic tests and optional surgery, with means-testing so poorer patients will not be disadvantaged.

    The Obama administration’s rush into expanding coverage verges on the reckless. We must change the structure of healthcare and then look to expand coverage. The public now realises that having too much debt in the form of mortgages or credit cards has consequences; and a majority now feels they do not want healthcare reform if it expands the national debt. A Rasmussen poll has 53 per cent opposing Mr Obama’s reforms (44 per cent strongly) and just 42 per cent backing them (26 per cent strongly).

    The priorities have to be reversed. Cost containment should come first.

    The writer is chairman and editor in chief of US News & World Report

    Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2009. You may share using our article tools. Please don’t cut articles from FT.com and redistribute by email or post to the web.

  2. VotingFemale says:

    When authoring a blogpost, include the search tag: Conservative Blog Network

    as you can see… it works

  3. tellitlikeitis says:

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  5. VotingFemale says:

    SamH… the Socialist politicians do not value our hard earned money… it is very obvious… they see it as a means to their Ends.

  6. VotingFemale says:

    gotta run for a while… will be back on later

    Fight The Good Fight

    EVIL NEVER SLEEPS

  7. tellitlikeitis says:

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  9. samhenry says:

    VF – I didn’t have time to do a blogpost on the FT article – that was for you, Great Cat. That was a little something – an offering of appreciation.

  10. tellitlikeitis says:

  11. samhenry says:

    I have to run in the opposite direction, Tellit. I’m having guests for lunch. Want me to save you some? Shrimp salad? I hope the Great Cat is drooling!

    DOG OVERBOARD

  12. samhenry says:

    Evil never sleeps, VF? I don’t either fighting it.

  13. samiam60 says:

    My goodness. Barney Frank sure seems angry in that video. Of course Barney always seem angry and nasty. I heard him say once that he was Gay.
    Why is it that Gay people always seem to be so angry? The label Gay seems to be out of character for those who wear that label. Perhaps we should go back to just plain Homo-Sexual.

  14. vigilocanis says:

    Your comments indicate the frustration that this entire process warrant. I think the more people than a few us are close to a boiling point that will be registered in mid-term elections in turnout and results.

    Now we have a new face of OLC of OBAMALOSICARE). It’s none other than the Democrat Representative From Massachusetts, the same representative who in 1989 was the subject of this AP and CBS News Report by Sam Donaldson:

    ”Massachusetts Representative Barney Frank, today confirmed that his Washington apartment had been used as a callboy headquarters by a male prostitute for a year and a half until late 1987. Responding to a story in today’s Washington Times, Frank said he had hired the prostitute out of his own funds as a personal aide and fired him when he found out what was going on.”

    …and the same representative who cost us billions for his role in oversight of Fannie and Freddie, yes, it’s….give it up for Barney Frank.

    Liberals, showing their own lack of heroes, are cheering Franks for his put down of a T-Haller like patriots cheering Patrick Henry for,”Give me liberty.”

  15. samiam60 says:

    I used to do reports on CNN’s Ireports page . It seems they have a lot of Angry Gays over there and a lot more Mean Atheists who will stop at nothing to destroy anyone of Faith in God.
    Of course the Web-site of Ireports is a Extreme Left Liberal blog site that encourages anything Pro Obama and Censors anything Anti-Obama or Conservative. That even claim to provide Uncensored, Unedited freedom to post individual Ireports. Unfortunately that is far from the truth as they’re bias always show in the number of Conservatives they ban for Life.
    Shame on you CNN and all you Left Wing Liberals nut jobs who dare to censor Free Speech in America.

  16. tellitlikeitis says:

    This is both funny and sad at the same time. Hard to believe this moron is our president.

  17. tellitlikeitis says:

  18. samhenry says:

    Back to drop this off. They are pulling out all the stops:

    Reminder: The President is holding a National Health Care Forum TODAY for all Organizing for America supporters.

    The forum begins at 2:30 p.m. ET/1:30 p.m. CT/12:30 p.m. MT/11:30 a.m. PT and should last approximately 90 minutes.

    Sign up now to participate:

    http://my.barackobama.com/forum

    This is an incredible opportunity to huddle with the President, ask questions, and discuss how we’re going to pass real health insurance reform this year.

    Talk to you very soon,

    Mitch

    Mitch Stewart
    Director
    Organizing for America

    P.S. — At 2:30 p.m. Eastern Time, go here to watch the forum live:

    http://my.barackobama.com/watch

    Paid for by Organizing for America, a project of the Democratic National Committee — 430 South Capitol Street SE, Washington, D.C. 20003. This communication is not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.

  19. tellitlikeitis says:

  20. samiam60 says:

    Here is the Historical Time line of the WARNINGS GIVEN TO THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS WHO BROUGHT UPON US ALL THIS GREAT RECESSION. PROOF POSITIVE THE LIBERALS HAVE AND ARE SCREWING UP AMERICA:

  21. VotingFemale says:

    Howard Stern… another Liberal who decided to get the hell off the Communist Bus… too many Purple Shirts

  22. tellitlikeitis says:

    VF, Howard Stern love him or hate him but he called that one right.

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  24. VotingFemale says:

    On this… Howard and I agree… I will also say, the enemy of my enemy is my friend.

    tellitlikeitis says

    VF, Howard Stern love him or hate him but he called that one right.

  25. VotingFemale says:

    They really are Communists… and this is a struggle for the very existence of our country.

    that Blue Dog DEMs balked and the CBO spilled the beans on the projected costs of ObamaCare pushed the bill into the public eye… and the recess allowed us to voice our dissent to the world… and minds have been opened and it was good…

    it is not over… it will never be “over”

    If the Communists lose today, there is always tomorrow for them… they are like rats you can never really clean out of your house… there are always more where they came from.

    Obama is a BASTARD of BIBLICAL PROPORTIONS

  26. tellitlikeitis says:

    Leading Blue Dog: Covering uninsured not top priority of health reform
    @ 11:45 am by Jordan Fabian

    Rep. Mike Ross (D-Ark.) said on Wednesday that providing healthcare to uninsured Americans is “not what this healthcare reform debate is about.”

    In making his comments, Ross, who is the centrist Blue Dogs’ health reform point man, questioned one of the primary healthcare goals of the White House and Democratic leaders.

    “That is a side benefit to healthcare reform and an important one,” Ross told the Arkansas Educational Television Network. Instead, the fifth-term congressman said the bill should focus on “cost containment.”

    The Energy and Commerce Committee member reiterated that he wants to pass a health reform bill by the end of this year, a desire that may irk some Republicans who supported his effort to slow the bill before August recess.

    “The extreme right had a two-week love affair with me,” Ross said. “The extreme right, simply, they do not want healthcare reform. And so, they saw me as killing healthcare reform because I put the brakes on
    healthcare reform.”

    The influential fifth-term Democrat identified several provisions that would prevent him from voting for the bill.

    On the public option, Ross said he would not vote for a plan that would “force government-run healthcare on anyone. Period.” But he also said that the House bill contained a public plan that is “strictly…an option.”

    Providing government subsides for abortions, coverage for illegal immigrants, rationing of care, and deficit increases comprised Ross’ deal-breakers.

    “I’ve got the extreme right and the extreme left angry with me so I must be doing something right,” he said.

    Ross said the bill should reduce costs by allowing the Medicare to negotiate prices with drug companies and by dropping co-pays for preventitive doctors’ visits.

    In the end, Ross acknowledged that the House version may not make up the bulk of the final bill. He estimated that 90 percent of the conference committee bill would come from the Senate Finance Committee’s version.

  27. tellitlikeitis says:

    Obama Takes Health Care Push to Conservative Radio
    President Obama will speak Thursday with Philadelphia-based radio host Michael Smerconish, who is generally considered conservative but supports abortion rights and endorsed Obama last year.

    President Obama hits the airwaves Thursday, speaking with a right-leaning radio talk show host in what will be his first comments on health care since he signaled last weekend that he is willing to abandon a government-run option — a move that has riled liberals who insist it must be included.

    Obama and Philadelphia-based Michael Smerconish will broadcast from the White House. While Smerconish is generally considered conservative, he supports abortion rights and endorsed Obama last year.

    Later, Obama will participate in an online forum held by his political organization, Organizing for America. The group is trying to rally members in support of Obama’s health care drive, which some say has stalled as public backlash grows, most notably at town halls hosted by Democratic lawmakers across the country.

    The president is finding it hard to forge a bipartisan bill that pleases all groups across the political divide. Republicans believe Obama’s plan will lead to a government takeover of health care; conservative Democrats are concerned the costs will add to the federal deficit over 10 years; and liberals fear too many concessions by the White House will water down the final product.

    “If you look at what’s been happening in the White House over the last week, it looks a little bit like a three-ring circus to me, because you’ve got people doing back flips, you’ve got trial balloons, public option vs. the co-op,” political analyst Juan Williams told FOX News. “The minute the wind blows one way or another, the White House tries to accommodate it.”

    Williams was referring to the Obama administration embracing the idea of using nonprofit cooperatives as a substitute for a government-run health insurance plan. But prominent liberals, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean, maintain that co-ops won’t offer strong enough competition to private insurers.

    Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney says Obama is struggling in efforts to get a health care overhaul bill because he has been too deferential to the liberal wing of his party.

    Interviewed Thursday on CBS’s “The Early Show,” Romney said he thinks the president must shoulder the blame for the gridlock surrounding health care legislation. He said Obama gave too much influence to Pelosi and others.

    “If the president wants to get something done,” Romney said, “he needs to put aside the extreme liberal wing of his party.” He said Medicare and Medicaid already account for virtually half of health care, and there shouldn’t be any greater federal role.

    If no bipartisan bill is possible, some Democratic leaders are considering using a budgetary tactic known as “reconciliation” to ram through health care legislation. This tactic would allow health care to get passed in the Senate with a simple majority instead of 60 votes.

    But some warn that this tactic carries significant political risk.

    “You completely polarize the country and make it more difficult for the president’s agenda,” Democratic pollster Douch Schoen told FOX News. “I believe we have to govern on a higher plane and we have to seek consensus if we are going to succeed as a nation.”

    Schoen warned that using reconciliation could give Republicans an advantage in the midterm elections next year.

    “People like Harry Reid and Christopher Dodd and Barbara Boxer are showing vulnerability in the polls,” he said. “There is reason to believe that the Democrats, for the first time in a couple of elections are vulnerable.”

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  30. tellitlikeitis says:

    More Mortgage Delinquencies Coming From Prime Borrowers

    Late payments on U.S. mortgages increased to a record in the second quarter, with almost one in eight homeowners delinquent or in the foreclosure process, the Mortgage Bankers Association said Thursday.

    A sharp drop in subprime adjustable-rate mortgages entering the foreclosure process offset a surge on other types of loans, particularly prime fixed-rate loans, the MBA said in its National Delinquency Survey.

    The percentage of loans on which foreclosure actions were started fell to 1.36 percent in the second quarter, down from an all-time high of 1.37 percent in the first quarter, but up sharply from 1.08 percent in the second quarter of 2008.

    Higher U.S. unemployment should propel more mortgage delinquencies and foreclosures over the coming year.

    “Clearly there has been a shift away from the loans that caused the problems over the past two years,” Jay Brinkmann, MBA’s Chief Economist, said in an interview.

    “The rise in prime fixed-rate foreclosures can largely be attributed to unemployment” he said.

    The delinquency rate for mortgage loans on one-to-four-unit residential properties rose to a seasonally adjusted rate of 9.24 percent of all loans outstanding as of the end of the second quarter of 2009, up 12 basis points from 9.12 percent the first quarter of 2009, and up 283 basis points from 6.41 percent one year ago, the MBA said in its National Delinquency Survey.

    The delinquency rate breaks the record set last quarter. The records are based on MBA data dating back to 1972.

    The delinquency rate includes loans that are at least one payment past due but does not include loans somewhere in the process of foreclosure.

    The percentage of loans in the foreclosure process at the end of the second quarter was 4.30 percent, an increase of 45 basis points from 3.85 percent the first quarter of 2009 and 155 basis points from 2.75 percent one year ago.

  31. tellitlikeitis says:

    Go! Michele!

  32. tellitlikeitis says:

  33. tellitlikeitis says:

    Dealers stiffed as
    clunkers pile up

    Reporter: Alex Tomlin
    Web Producer: Bill Diven
    ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Some New Mexico auto dealers have backed out of the cash-for-clunkers program and more may do so as the federal government takes its time providing cash reimbursements.

    Dealers across the state are owed more than $3.6 million, according to a dealers’ group which says that so far Uncle Sam has only written three checks totaling about $14,000.

    Cash for clunkers–officially its the Car Allowance Rebate System–allows consumers to trade their gas guzzlers for a more fuel-efficient rides while earning up to $4,500 toward the purchase price.

    Dealerships put up the cash for the rebates after being told by the Obama administration they would be paid back within 10 days of the sale.

    With that much cash in limbo they’ve called in reinforcements.

    “You simply can’t ask businesses to front $200,000, $300,000 for any period of time,” Rep. Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., told KRQE News 13. “These applications are simply not being processed fast enough.

    “So we are going to be on the phone today to the White House and to the feds in DC to try and get this moving.”

    Don Chalmers’ dealership received the most reimbursement so far.

    “I pay my bills,” Chalmers said. “If I was three weeks or four weeks late on paying my taxes I suspect that they would be in my office real quick.

    “We just expect the same sort of courtesy and treatment from the federal government.”

    Chalmers said his dealership has sold about 70 cars under the clunkers program.

    Lawton Davis’ dealership has had more than 60 cars driven off the lot because of the incentive. But the go-green event has left him with no green from the government.

    ”I’m a little frustrated by it, and we have had to make adjustments in our business plan to accommodate it.” Davis said.

    While those dealerships will survive the wait, others said they can’t afford to keep putting up cash.

    “These are substantial dollars of money when you break it out into the individual dealership,” Charles Hensen with the New Mexico Automotive Dealers Association said. “The impact on a small dealership is a hard thing to overcome especially when you are dealing with the cash flow.”

    ”They need to get these applications paid for in the next week,” Heinrich said. “This has gone on to long.” Heinrich said.

    So far more than 650 cars have been traded in through the program statewide. The incentive is expected to end Nov. 1 or whenever federal money for the program runs out.

    The U.S. Department of Transportation is handling the money. The agency has tripled the workforce assigned to the program to try and get more checks out to dealers quickly.

  34. samhenry says:

    Tellit – I have read all over the internet that the subprime mess is not over and tell me – how safe are the loans the banks are making now?

    I am sick to death of CNN’s truth squad. What is their “truth.” They cannot understand that people are reading this bill on their own and in groups. It is not as simple as paid disruptors. It is not as simple as misconceptions. The Dems themselves have instilled fears – and it is NOT just among senior citizens. Boy are they getting disgustingly generational – that will be the next war and there will be death panels! Count on it, all of those libs who are ramming through these bills will see a lot of work to amend or otherwise repeal them. How dare Democrats who are reps in the House or any other rep say he/she will vote as they think best for their constituents. The town hall meetings were a joke.

  35. samhenry says:

    If you think reimbursements for cash for clunkers is slow, wait until you catch reimbursement for health care. These people don’t have any idea how the hundreds of thousands of people will impact the current system. They should have started in 1950 to gear up for it; but there were just planning.

  36. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hi SH, They want us to believe the recession is over.

  37. samhenry says:

    The amount of time they have allotted themselves to gear up is laughable. They will have to build new facilities and of course they will have to buy another private airplane to allow Nancy Pelosi to fly between them.

    I am tired of Obama flying around the world taking his family on holiday and putting the lives of everyone on the aircraft at risk because it is target number one not aircraft one.

  38. tellitlikeitis says:

    Long- legged mac daddy explained. lol

  39. tellitlikeitis says:

    SH, You have to realize that many people are finally starting to wake up to the fact that they do not have any representation in government now and haven’t had in years. I have know this for quite some time and that is why I don’t bother to write, call, or e-mail and of these so called representatives. The fact that they are surprised about the outrage in these town hall meeting tells me that anything negative sent to them is screened by their staff,trashed and they never receive it. People are outraged because they have been screwed and continue to get screwed by these people and feel powerless to stop it.

  40. tellitlikeitis says:

    I would say the Democrats are gone in 2010 if healthcare passes or not. This is a lose -lose issue for them.

    Obama Ally: Dem Majority Is History If Health Reform Fails
    August 20, 2009 1:05 PM

    A top Obama ally predicted Wednesday in an interview with ABC News that Democrats will lose their congressional majority in next year’s midterm elections if they fail to put a health-care reform bill on President Obama’s desk.

    “I think we’re talking losing control of Congress,” said Andy Stern, the president of the Service Employees International Union. “[The failure of health-care reform] would totally empower Republicans to kill all change.”

    “It’s hard to imagine the Democrats convincing the public that Republicans are to blame for health-care reform going down when the Democrats have such large majorities,” he added. “After last year’s promise of change, voters will start feeling buyer’s remorse.”

    Stern, who was invited to sit with the Obama family during the president’s inaugural parade, is watched closely on health-care reform not only because of the labor muscle he wields as the head of the 2-million member SEIU but also because of the effort he has made to work with business groups: in 2007, he started “Divided We Fail,” a coalition which joined SEIU and AARP with the Business Roundtable and National Federation of Independent Business to promote the general principle of universal health care coverage.

    Stern did not tie his 2010 prediction to the inclusion of a public option in the final bill. He did, however, warn that dropping a public option could “unravel” support for the more modest package of insurance reforms that President Obama began emphasizing last week.

    “If there is going to be a mandate without real cost control and without an adequate subsidy, it’s hard for us to go to our members and say, ‘you have to buy insurance even though we know you can’t afford it’,” said Stern.

    Since lawmakers have already decided not to pursue strict regulations on insurance premium increases, Stern said that a public option is the only real cost control mechanism on the table. Without the cost control provided by a public plan, Stern says it would be difficult for SEIU to support an individual mandate which would require all adults to purchase health insurance.

    If support for an individual mandate collapses, it will become difficult for the Democrats to help those with pre-existing conditions who are currently denied coverage in the individual market. The insurance industry has made clear throughout the process that it will fight guaranteed issue and community rating tooth and nail if it does not get a new federal requirement that all adults purchase insurance. The insurance industry says that an individual mandate must go hand-in-hand with guaranteed issue and community rating because customers will otherwise avoid buying insurance until they are sick.

    In addition to viewing a public option as vital to cost control, Stern is also concerned about the reach of the subsidies that are being proposed and suggested that they will be inadequate if members of the Senate Finance Committee were to limit them to 300 percent of poverty.

    As for the idea of creating a co-op instead of a government insurance option, Stern said it was a non-starter.

    “There is no way that a co-op can compete with Aetna or United American,” said Stern.

    He signaled that a more acceptable compromise might be to create a public option whose creation is only triggered if certain circumstances are met.

    “It’s obviously better than no public option,” said Stern.

    While warning of grave consequences if the Democrats fail on health-care reform, Stern said that he is optimistic that Senate Democrats will find a way forward, possibly with the help of Maine Sen. Olympia Snowe (R).

    To help Democrats get the votes that they need, Stern is prepared to use SEIU resources to pressure recalcitrant Democrats in Congress if progress is not made by Sept. 15, the deadline which Senate Finance Committee negotiators have set for themselves.

    For now, however, he is holding his fire against fellow Democrats since the president has signaled through his staff that he does not want Democrats shooting at one another.

    “We call it: ‘helping the president be successful,'” said Stern with a smile. “I think Democrats find a way forward in the Senate when they stop believing that they’re going to get [Iowa Sen. Chuck] Grassley and [Wyoming Sen. Mike] Enzi.”

  41. tellitlikeitis says:

    More Canadian health care truth. Where do we go when Obama Care fails?

    Canadians visit U.S. to get health care
    Deal lets many go to Michigan hospitals

    Hospitals in border cities, including Detroit, are forging lucrative arrangements with Canadian health agencies to provide care not widely available across the border.

    Agreements between Detroit hospitals and the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care for heart, imaging tests, bariatric and other services provide access to some services not immediately available in the province, said ministry spokesman David Jensen.

    The agreements show how a country with a national care system — a proposal not part of the health care changes under discussion in Congress — copes with demand for care with U.S. partnerships, rather than building new facilities.

    Michael Vujovich, 61, of Windsor was taken to Detroit’s Henry Ford Hospital for an angioplasty procedure after he went to a Windsor hospital in April. Vujovich said the U.S. backup doesn’t show a gap in Canada’s system, but shows how it works.

    “I go to the hospital in Windsor and two hours later, I’m done having angioplasty in Detroit,” he said. His $38,000 bill was covered by the Ontario health ministry.

    Canada eyed in the health care debate

    Dany Mercado, a leukemia patient from Kitchener, Ontario, is cancer-free after getting a bone marrow transplant at the Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit.

    Told by Canadian doctors in 2007 he couldn’t have the procedure there, Mercado’s family and doctor appealed to Ontario health officials, who agreed to let him have the transplant in Detroit in January 2008.

    The Karmanos Institute is one of several Detroit health facilities that care for Canadians needing services not widely available in Canada.

    Canada, for example, has waiting times for bariatric procedures to combat obesity that can stretch to more than five years, according to a June report in the Canadian Journal of Surgery.

    As a result, the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care in April designated 13 U.S. hospitals, including five in Michigan and one more with a tentative designation, to perform bariatric surgery for Canadians.

  42. tellitlikeitis says:

  43. tellitlikeitis says:

  44. tellitlikeitis says:

    I think Lou Dobbs is looking for a spot on Fox news. lol

  45. tellitlikeitis says:

    I can’t believe Lou is still on CNN. Is he a liberal that just got religion?

  46. samhenry says:

    Tellit you said:

    SH, You have to realize that many people are finally starting to wake up to the fact that they do not have any representation in government now and haven’t had in years. I have know this for quite some time and that is why I don’t bother to write, call, or e-mail and of these so called representatives.

    You are very right about this, Tellit. I have learned a great deal from you. Thanks.

  47. tellitlikeitis says:

    SH, Your Welcome! I hope more and more people are waking up to that fact as well. We are teetering on the edge of disaster and are almost to the point of no return. These politicians have been selling us out for years and we have been good little subjects working hard and sending our hard earned tax dollars to Washington so we could finance our own destruction. They would have all been hung for treason 200 years ago.

  48. samhenry says:

    I just hope we don’t end up in a civil war.

    I have to let dogs out and feed them and do the dinner dance. Glad I caught you!

  49. samiam60 says:

    Automobile MANUFACTURERS have to stop in and Bail Out the Government on its Failed Cash for Clunkers Program. The Automakers are giving their Dealers Cash Advances to protect them from going under Until the Feds get off their asses and pay these Dealers.

    AND YOU WANT THE GOVERNMENT TO RUN YOUR HEALTHCARE? lolololololol

  50. samiam60 says:

    By the way you will not find this being Reported on CNN as they refuse to report on any news items that cast Obama in a negative light. So much for the Communist News Network CNN. So Liberal that it cannot report as a responsible News Agency.

  51. Foxwood says:

    Do you believe the Constitution is the rule of law? Do you believe in the original intent of our founding fathers? Do you want to reform Congress? I’m not talking about reforming a Democratic Congress, but Congress.

    http://animal-farm.us/change/constitution-project-575

    I finally finished this. It was hard to do, being on call and all.

  52. Foxwood says:

    Tellit, I watched CNN and I used to throw shoes at the TV. I had names for all of them, Judy Woof Woof (Judy Woodruff), Blew Gobbs (Lou Dobbs)…

    Lou seemed pretty liberal to me, but that was 10 years ago.

  53. Foxwood says:

    You know your old when your kid comes up to you and says, “Dad! Did you know Paul McCartney was in a band before Wings?”

  54. arlenearmy says:

    If the democrats go nuclear, they WILL be voted out of office in 2010. A long time ago folks had short memories. But here recently, memories are long. We will not drop the ball in 2010.

    Pelosi said that she wont get bill passed w/out public plan. We the People say NO to public plan.

  55. Foxwood says:

    What I can’t understand, Arlene, is how is healthcare a budget? It’s unconstitutional. Only a budget can have a simple majority vote according to the Constitution. They continue to wipe their ass with the Constitution.

  56. arlenearmy says:

    Foxwood,
    they know better. they are being greedy w/the power. i suspect that they will use ted kennedy’s “death bed wish” as a last resort. i dont want to speak ill of the terminally ill, but kennedy needs to stay out of this. the senate is not an inheritance or a bargaining tool.

  57. Foxwood says:

    Must take a nap before I go out.
    Thank God it’s Friday!

  58. VF, Great post girl! Love that Billary Quote !

  59. samhenry says:

    Hey guys, I’m heading for the last roundup early this evening. HR3200 is killing me! I decided yesterday when I picked up my car at the mechanic’s I would get my end of life counseling from him. He’s good about breathing (air filters) and fluid levels (old ladies have high fluid levels).

    With all the talk that is us senior cits who are showing up at town hall meetings armed with false information and upset, I am really ripped. It’s too hot for me to get excited about anything.

    DOG OVERBOARD

  60. ohiobelle says:

    Great post!!

    How is everybody tonight?

  61. ohiobelle says:

    Oh god I did it again!! I logged on during The Factor.. lol my bad. I’ll check back. lol

  62. VotingFemale says:

    Hi Belle!!!

    Bye SamH!

    Hi Warrant!!!

  63. VotingFemale says:

    The Factor… I watch it early in the morning

  64. VotingFemale says:

    Fox… dear, it is thursday

  65. ohiobelle says:

    Hello VF!

    Your post is PERFECT!!

  66. ohiobelle says:

    I’ve been so ticked off about Obamacare! He is going to shove this down our throats whether we like it or not!!!!! Pelosi has been waiting for this day all her life!

    Is it too early to say IMPEACH OBAMA?!

  67. No, Ohio, how the hell do we say it?

    What can we do? If we get out of office on his UNQulifications, anything he does, SHOULD BE RESCINDED.

    GOOD GRIEF.

  68. ohiobelle says:

    Hello Warrantone!

    Obamacare could never be repaired. Once we cross that line, there is no turning back. Our government is going to run it into the ground like they do everything else! This is a horrible mistake.

  69. ohiobelle says:

    The Dems have already told the Republicans “sorry about your luck, they’re passing it with or without their support.”

    I think 2010 isn’t going to come soon enough!! I am considering attending the 9/12 rally.

    I’ve got to call it a night. I’ll be back Saturday morning if I can’t log on tomorrow night.

  70. samiam60 says:

    You Liberals got it wrong yet again
    For those Liberals out there who were convinced we needed Change. You got it!
    A deepening Recession
    A deepening Racial Divide
    A deepening war in Iraq
    A deepening war in Aftganistan
    A deepening Terrorist threat.
    A deepening Crisis with N. Korea
    A deepening Crisis with Iran
    A deepening Foreclosure Crisis
    A deepening devaluation of home prices
    A deepening devaluation of the Dollar
    A deepening distrust for Government
    A deepening divide among the American People
    A deepening National Dept
    A deepening fear of Marshall law
    A deepening fear of our privacy
    A deepening fear of healthcare
    A deepening fear of Cap and Trade
    A deepening fear of Congress
    A deepening fear of the White House
    A deepening fear of losing our Freedoms
    A deepening fear of losing more of our jobs
    A deepening fear of a one world government
    A deepening fear of the future of our Children
    A deepening fear of what Obama will do next
    A deepening fear of Socialism in America
    A deepening fear of Communism in America
    A deepening fear of our ability to defend America.
    And the list can go on and on my friends. You liberals need to wake up and realize that
    “WE THE PEOPLE” are fighting for YOUR Freedoms too!

  71. m2 says:

    hey guys…

    did anyone hear the new Paul Shanklin song today?

    American “Lie”…

    gods it was brilliant.

  72. m2 says:

    Zogby: Obama Hits Record Low in Poll

    Thursday, August 20, 2009 7:07 PM

    By: David A. Patten Article Font Size

    President Barack Obama’s popularity has plummeted to a record low, with just 45 percent of voters now approving of his performance, according to the latest Zogby International poll.

    Asked whether they approve or disapprove of the president’s job performance, just 45.3 percent of likely voters say they approve. That compares with 50.5 percent who disapprove of the job Obama is doing.

    The results are a strong indication that contentious national debate over healthcare reform has taken a major toll on the president’s popularity.

    Those numbers also indicate that Obama clearly is in serious political trouble, Fox News analyst and best-selling author Dick Morris tells Newsmax.

    “As soon as Obama dropped below 52 percent . . . he was leaking real voters who had backed him in November,” Morris tells Newsmax. “Now that he is down to 45 percent among likely voters . . . he is in deep political trouble.”

  73. m2 says:

    Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-Mass) wants the state of Massachusetts prepared to immediately name a successor should he be unable to serve, because he realizes that every vote matters. It just isn’t as easy as you might think it would be to gather the votes needed in order to destroy the world’s best health care system.

  74. m2 says:

    Deadliest Two Months Of Afghanistan War & Obama Changes Nothing

    76 of our bravest have died in Afghanistan over the last two months:

    KABUL -The U.S. military said Wednesday six American troops were killed in Afghanistan, as militants killed six election workers amid growing fears on the eve of the presidential election that insurgents would mar the vote.
    Two troops were killed in gunfire in the south on Wednesday, the U.S. military said, while a third was killed in an unspecified hostile attack. The U.S. also said a roadside bomb Tuesday in the south killed two troops, while another died of noncombat-related injuries. No other details were released.
    The deaths bring to at least 32 the number of American troops killed in the country this month, a record pace. Forty-four U.S. troops died in Afghanistan last month, the deadliest month of the eight-year war.

    And where are is the anti-war left and their buddies in the MSM now? Bush is gone so now the casualties are no big deal as we slowly lose grip on this war…
    http://www.floppingaces.net/2009/08/19/deadliest-two-months-of-afghanistan-war-obama-changes-nothing/

  75. samiam60 says:

    Hi M2, looks like Ted Kennedy will be meeting his maker soon and finally stand trial for the Mary Jo Kopecni MURDER.

  76. samiam60 says:

    M2 the Liberals do not deal with facts they run away from them. They don’t like it when the shoe is on the other foot.

  77. I don’t think anyone watched my pizza video POST Obama.

    doggoneit, watch it! haahahahahh

    you won’t regret it. plus I did do a post on it too. but i put it here for your enjoyment.

  78. m2 says:

    …Readers may recall the presidential forum at Saddleback Church where Pastor Rick Warren asked then Senator Obama was asked “at what point does a baby get human rights?” Obama’s stumbling, bumbling (no teleprompter) answer was that such a question was “above my pay grade.”

    Apparently Obama has had a quite a promotion. In a conference call on health care with 1,000 Rabbis Obama told them:

    “We are God’s partners in matters of life and death,” Obama said, quoting from the Rosh Hashanah prayer that says that in the holiday period, it is decided “who shall live and who shall die.”

    http://washingtonjewishweek.com/main.asp?SectionID=57&SubSectionID=76&ArticleID=11291

    comment: Where in the Bible does it say that government is my brother’s keeper? Obama has now raised himself up as the Deity. We all know what happened to Jesus. It seems the Jews have a choice. Are the Jews now accepting Obama as their Messiah? Or will they treat Obama’s claim to be the Deity as blasphemy

  79. hey sami, I’m a member of AFA already, thanks for the invite!

  80. m2 says:

    ‘We are God’s partners in matters of life and death’

    A reader points out that President Obama’s call with the rabbis today — as recorded in Rabbi Jack Moline’s and other clerics’ Twitter feeds — freights health care reform with a great deal of religious meaning, and veers into the blend of policy and faith that outraged liberals in the last administration.

    “We are God’s partners in matters of life and death,” Obama said, according to Moline (paging Sarah Palin…), quoting from the Rosh Hashanah prayer that says that in the holiday period, it is decided “who shall live and who shall die.”

    The president ended the call by wishing the rabbis “shanah tovah,” or happy new year — in reference to the High Holidays a month from now.

    http://www.politico.com/blogs/bensmith/0809/We_are_Gods_partners_in_matters_of_life_and_death.html

  81. m2 says:

    hi WG, I’m spamming the blog with THE REAL BARACK OBAMA… lol…

  82. m2 says:

    oh hey, samiam! I didn’t see you guys… lol

  83. m2 says:

    sam, ted kennedy doesn’t know how wrong he was. There’s no way a person can act like him and leave a woman to drown… he has to be insane.

    maybe liberalism IS a disease.

  84. m2 says:

    Yeh, that pizza order video was hilarious! I’m going to send it to my friends in email… lol

  85. m2 says:

    Health Plan’s Other Name? Bait And Switch (4-Part Series: Part3)
    IBD Editorials ^ | August 20, 2009 | THOMAS SOWELL

    Amid all the controversies over medical care, no one seems to be asking a very basic question: Why does it take more than 1,000 pages of legislation to insure people who lack medical insurance?

    Despite incessant repetition of the fact that millions of Americans do not have medical insurance, hardy souls who have actually read the mammoth medical care legislation being rushed through Congress have discovered all sorts of things there that have nothing whatever to do with insuring the uninsured — and everything to do with taking medical decisions out of the hands of doctors and their patients, and transferring those decisions to Washington bureaucrats.

    That’s called “bait and switch” when an unscrupulous business advertises one thing and tries to sell you something else. When politicians do it, it is far more dangerous to far more people.

    Deception is not an incidental aspect of this medical care legislation, but is at the very heart of it.

    That such a massive change of the entire medical care system, from top to bottom, was attempted to be rushed through Congress before the August recess — before anybody in or out of Congress had time to read it all — should have told us from the outset that we were being played for fools.

    Despite President Obama’s statements that he is not advocating a “single payer” system for medical care — which is to say, a government monopoly of power over life-and- death decisions — just a few years ago he was telling a union audience that he was in favor of a “single payer” system.

  86. samiam60 says:

    WG, what is AFA? Plus I watched the Pizza video and already emailed out to everyone, lol.
    Its like Flag@whitehouse.gov, isn’t it?

  87. m2 says:

    Health ‘Co-ops’ Are Government Care
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | August 21, 2009 | Michael Leavitt

    Responding to a building wave of opposition to the “public option,” the Obama administration is now signaling that it may dress up government health care in yet another set of clothes. This time, it will be called a health insurance “co-op.” Sen. Kent Conrad (D., N.D.) is floating the idea, Sen. Max Baucus (D., Mont.) has offered his initial support, and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) has listed three conditions it needs to meet.

    Mr. Schumer’s conditions are a national structure, federal financing, and a ban on federal appointees who have ties to the insurance industry. This “co-op” would be federally controlled, federally funded, and federally staffed. Expressing his opposition to smaller organizations and his demand for a national “co-op,” Mr. Schumer says, “It has to have clout; it has to be large.” He adds, “There would at least be one national model that could go all over the country,” which would require “a large infusion of federal dollars.”

    I’m quite familiar with real co-ops. As a teenager, I filled my family’s tractor with fuel purchased at a farmer’s co-op, which was organized by local people to solve a common problem. My family got its electricity from a rural electric co-op. I was later a director of an “insurance reciprocal,” a form of a co-op. Co-ops are a part of American culture: people uniting to solve common problems. What the Democrats are proposing bears little resemblance to this.

    The Democrats are insisting that their version of a “co-op” wouldn’t be government-run health care, but I ran Medicare and Medicaid as secretary of Health and Human Services, and I know this isn’t true.

  88. samiam60 says:

    Anyone want to see how the Government knows exactly where you live and with a a great picture of your house from space?

    http://whatismyipaddress.com/

  89. samiam60 says:

    Welp time for my milk and cookies and off to bed.
    This is no country for old men. Good night all and sweet Socialist Dreams to all.

  90. m2 says:

    Gov Palin Called It: Obama Loans $10 billion & Soros Invests $811 Million In Petrobas of Brazil
    Posted on August 20, 2009 7:08:29 PM EDT

    Governor Palin commented on Obama Sending Billions Overseas To Appease Environmentalists and she apparently saw that something was fishy. She questioned why the US is investing even $1 overseas for energy when we have the need at home. Well now we know! Obama & cronies have guaranteed $10 billion in loans to Pertrobas but what is more disturbing is socialist Soros invested $811 million in the same company. He must have an inside source?

    Bloomberg reported Obama Financier George Soros bought a $811 million stake in Petrobas Brazil SA, making the Brazilian state-controlled oil company his investment fund’s largest holding. As of June 30, the stake in Petrobras, as the Rio de Janeiro-based oil producer is known, made up 22% of the $3.68 billion of stocks and American depositary receipts held by Soros Fund Management LLC, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Petrobras has since slumped 28%.

    http://governorpalin4president.blogspot.com/2009/08/gov-palin-called-it-obama-loans-10.html

  91. Hey M2, everybody! I’m being cyber stalked on my blog. I’m compiling an email to you guys about it and asking for advice, I’ve got some things I’m thinking of too. It’s kinda scary.

  92. m2 says:

    uh oh… I await your email!

    I’m actually going to bed now. But I hope you are okay!!

  93. arlenearmy says:

    Ohio said
    “Is it too early to say IMPEACH OBAMA?!”

    —–

    No its not too late. Its long over due. I didnt get the opportunity to speak at the town hall meeting, but if I did I was gonna instruct the congressman to propose impeachment.

  94. Foxwood says:

    VF said:
    “Fox… dear, it is thursday”

    It’s Friday for me! I’m off for the weekend! It’s LIQUOR TIME!

  95. Foxwood says:

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

  96. Foxwood says:

    Damn! guess I better not drink before I fire that cannon…

    SamH? Do you have insurance on your car?

  97. Ohio said
    “Is it too early to say IMPEACH OBAMA?!”

    —–
    ARLENE ARMY SAID:
    No its not too late. Its long over due. I didnt get the opportunity to speak at the town hall meeting, but if I did I was gonna instruct the congressman to propose impeachment.

    ARLENE, I’M GOING TO SEND YOU A PM ON THIS TOPIC, as I’m getting ready for our TOWNHALL next week.

  98. Foxwood says:

    I vented my spleen on your page WG.

  99. Foxwood says:

    It’s funny that 3 million dollars have been spent in Clunkers for Cash, but the dealerships have not seen any of it. Where is the money?

  100. arlenearmy says:

    foxwood said:
    “dealerships have not seen any of it. Where is the money?”

    ———————–

    Obama said that the check is in the mail.

  101. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Everyone!

    Charlie Cook: Dem situation has ‘slipped completely out of control’

    Charlie Cook, one of the best political handicappers in the business, sent out a special update to Cook Political Report subscribers Thursday that should send shivers down Democratic spines.

    Reviewing recent polling and the 2010 election landscape, Cook can envision a scenario in which Democratic House losses could exceed 20 seats.

    “These data confirm anecdotal evidence, and our own view, that the situation this summer has slipped completely out of control for President Obama and Congressional Democrats. Today, The Cook Political Report’s Congressional election model, based on individual races, is pointing toward a net Democratic loss of between six and 12 seats, but our sense, factoring in macro-political dynamics is that this is far too low,” he wrote.

    “Many veteran Congressional election watchers, including Democratic ones, report an eerie sense of déjà vu, with a consensus forming that the chances of Democratic losses going higher than 20 seats is just as good as the chances of Democratic losses going lower than 20 seats.”

    Cook scrupulously avoided any mention that Democratic control of the House is in jeopardy but, noting a new Gallup poll showing Congress’ job disapproval at 70 percent among independents, concluded that the post-recess environment could feel considerably different than when Congress left in August.

    “We believe it would be a mistake to underestimate the impact that this mood will have on Members of Congress of both parties when they return to Washington in September, if it persists through the end of the Congressional recess.”

  102. Foxwood says:

    Morning Arlene, WG, Tellit.

  103. tellitlikeitis says:

    Obama approval dips to new low in Florida
    Posted: August 20th, 2009 05:43 PM ET

    From CNN Ticker Producer Alex Mooney

    Obama’s approval dip in Florida largely mirrors his numbers nationwide.
    (CNN) — President Obama’s approval ratings are sinking in a key state that helped seal his White House victory, a new survey out Thursday suggests.

    According to a new Quinnipiac University poll of Florida voters, the president’s approval rating now stands at 47 percent in the Sunshine State, while 48 percent of voters there disapprove of the job he is doing.

    Obama’s approval in that key presidential swing state is now at a new low, and down more than 10 points from a similar survey conducted in June.

    The poll also suggests the president’s approval rating in Florida has largely been hurt by his aggressive push for health care reform: Only 38 percent of Florida voters believe his plan will improve the nation’s healthcare system while 45 percent say it will hurt it.

  104. tellitlikeitis says:

    This guy is dellusional!

    Obama fires back at political critics

    US President Barack Obama launched a mocking counter-attack Thursday at pundits who believe the euphoric early promise of his presidency is evaporating amid bitter political warfare.
    Obama, who has watched his poll ratings dip sharply over recent months, drew comparisons to his 2008 presidential campaign, which was several times all but written off by media experts who set prevailing political wisdom.

    “We have been through this before, in Iowa,” Obama said, referring to the first state to hold a 2008 Democratic nominating contest, which saw him capture a come-from-behind win.

    “All Washington said ‘Oh, it’s over,’ hand-wringing angst …”

    Then Obama drew parallels to the media frenzy that greeted the nomination of firebrand Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin in 2008.

    “The media was obsessed with it, cable was 24 hours a day,” Obama told a friendly audience of grass-roots Democratic activists at a Washington forum broadcast live over the web.

    “‘Obama’s lost his mojo,’ you remember all that?

    “There is something about August going into September where everybody in Washington gets all wee weed up!”

    Obama’s counter-punch, delivered at a meeting of his Organizing for America network of supporters, follows a run of town-hall appearances and speeches, which have seen him mount a stern defense of his health care reform plan, which is facing stiff Republican attacks.

    He told backers not to get obsessed with polls, pundits and “cable chatter” but to take aim at what he described as fabrications drummed up by opponents to doom his top domestic priority.

    “We are going to have to cut through a lot of nonsense out there,” he said.

    A Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll published Thursday found that 51 percent of those asked were very or fairly sure that Obama would bring real change to America — down 10 points from February.

    A Quinnipiac University poll this month suggested Obama’s approval ratings had slumped to 50 percent, the lowest since his inauguration — a reflection of growing unease about his handling of the economy.

    The figure was a substantial drop from the 57 percent approval rating he had on July 2, and far less than the numbers he enjoyed in the honeymoon first 100 days of his tenure.

    But the president argued that he had “not a bad track record,” having taken office in the teeth of the deepest economic crisis in decades.

    He said his sweeping economic stimulus plan had made an “enormous difference” and highlighted his move to lift the ban on government funding of stem cell research, and ban on the use of torture to interrogate terror suspects.

    “We should be proud of what we have done,” Obama said. “But we have more work to do, more promises to keep.”

  105. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning Tellit, WG, Arlene, Foxwood:

    The sticking point is the so-called public option which would provide a government-funded alternative to private health insurance. That scares the daylights out of a lot of people who don’t have a lot of confidence in government efficiency and who worry that private companies can’t compete with Uncle Sam so employees will be pushed by their employers into the public option whether they want to go there or not.

    So what does President Obama do? He makes matters worse. He tries to argue that private companies can in fact compete with the government, and he winds up needing a special operation to remove his foot from his mouth.

    “I mean, if you think about it,” Obama told a town hall audience, “UPS and FedEx are doing just fine, right? No, they are. It’s the Post Office that’s always having problems.”

    Nice, Mr. President. This year, don’t expect to get your Christmas cards delivered before Easter. In trying to address the concern about competition, Obama wound up feeding the concern that going from private to public will automatically mean a decrease in the quality of service.

    Worse, the administration is afflicted with a near debilitating case of the flip-flops. In an attempt to placate the blue dogs, who are increasingly squeamish about supporting anything that could undermine private insurance, Obama said Saturday that the “public option, whether we have it or we don’t have it, is not the entirety of health care reform.” The next day, in a television interview, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said a public option is “not an essential element” of overhauling the health care system.

    Those comments, which were interpreted by most pundits and political observers as the administration backing away from support for a public option, sent the far left into cardiac arrest. So they turned up the heat. The head of a powerful labor union even put Democrats on notice that it would be, in future elections, open season on anyone who supported a health care reform plan that doesn’t include a public option. Was that a threat? To quote you-know-who: “You betcha!”

    So the administration flipped again. Earlier this week, Sebelius insisted that she didn’t really say what she said and that “we continue to support the public option.” White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs also tried to triage the situation by saying that Obama and Sebelius still think a public option is the way to keep costs in check but that they are open to other ideas. Glad they cleared that up.

  106. samiam60 says:

    Obama team Flip Flops and Flop’s as the poll’s clearly Show:

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/08/21/navarrette.democrats.health/index.html

  107. samiam60 says:

    RUFF, RUFF, ARROOOOOO………:)

  108. samiam60 says:

    Got Sarah Palin on your mind Obama. You should dude. Your Mo Jo ain’t comin back.

    Then Obama drew parallels to the media frenzy that greeted the nomination of firebrand Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin in 2008.

    “The media was obsessed with it, cable was 24 hours a day,” Obama told a friendly audience of grass-roots Democratic activists at a Washington forum broadcast live over the web.

    “‘Obama’s lost his mojo,’ you remember all that?

    “There is something about August going into September where everybody in Washington gets all wee weed up!”

  109. tellitlikeitis says:

    I think we all need to check this place out. lol

    Pioneering Internet ‘detox’ center looks to cure online addicts

    Are you spending wakeless hours trying to master World of Warcraft? Would you rather send a friend a text mesage than meet in person? Do you sometimes fall asleep at the keyboard?

    If you answered yes to any of those questions, you may have an Internet addiction. But now there’s help. The reStart Internet Addiction Recovery Program — a first of its kind center in the U.S. — recently opened its doors on a tranquil 5-acre spread in Fall City just a few miles away from Microsoft’s headquarters.

    Most people go to treatment for cocaine or booze, but the creators of reStart say Internet addiction is a growing problem.

    The 45-day program — which costs $14,500 — is designed specifically “to help internet and video game addicts overcome their dependence on gaming, gambling, chatting, texting and other aspects of Internet Addiction,” according to the press release.

    It goes on to say that as much as 10 percent of the online population is dependent on various aspects of the Internet, with the directors of the center noting that similar programs have arisen in places like China and South Korea.

    King 5 spent some time at the 6-bed facility, interviewing an Iowa teenager whose parents enrolled him after he dropped out of school because of his addiction to World of Warcraft.

    “I’d have all these rationalizations of, well, it’s not a big deal to just miss this one class,” 19-year-old Ben Alexander tells King 5.

    At the rate things are going, my wife may want to check me into the program. I just completed the questionnaire to see if I would qualify as having a computer addiction. (Three to four affirmative answers signals abuse, while five or more indicates an addiction.)

    I registered seven positive answers, including changes in sleep patterns; feeling restless when not engaged in the activity and neglecting friends and family.

    With that, I am calling it quits for the night. Time to hop on my bike.

  110. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Arlene! Fox! Tellit! Warrant!

    did I miss anyone? 😦

    Another day… and one less day of Obutthole the Mr “Trust Me” yeah right you lying sack of crap

  111. Foxwood says:

    “RUFF, RUFF, ARROOOOOO………:)”

    Funny sound coming from an eagle…

  112. VotingFemale says:

    I luv Belle’s new Gravatar!

    hahahahahahahaha

    GOT SOCIALISM?

  113. samiam60 says:

    Clear your Cache Fox, I am a Wolf again and I am mad as hell at Obama.

  114. tellitlikeitis says:

    Sam, What the hell is all wee weed up? Does that mean getting pissed on? lol

  115. samiam60 says:

    Tellit Obam was referring to the days when he did inhale.lol

  116. tellitlikeitis says:

    What happened to rosehips? She’s been awol lately.

  117. samiam60 says:

    The Dali-Bama tries to stamp out Free Speech from the pulpits and crush Religion in America and then Flip Flops again and asks them of Faith to promote his Health Care Deform Abomination.
    What an Asshat this President is!

  118. tellitlikeitis says:

    He should smoke some weed and chillout.

  119. VotingFemale says:

    Rose is back east on travel

  120. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Samiam!

  121. tellitlikeitis says:

    He is still running off his election high. He probably still can’t believe he conned enough people to get him elected and he thinks he can keep the con going. He is becoming delusional.

  122. samiam60 says:

    Morning VF. The Cats in the Cradle lets rock.

  123. samiam60 says:

    WHERE’S HILLARY?????????????????/ BEEN

  124. samiam60 says:

    Rose is Heat Duck Taped to a Chair at my place and today see is going to be watching Ronald Reagan Video’s. LLOOLL

  125. Foxwood says:

    Morning VF.
    Friday started last night. Got my liquor for the weekend. Yeah!

  126. samiam60 says:

    Where are you this morning SamHenry????

  127. VotingFemale says:

    Fox… I thought as much!

    lol

    re: yesterday friday 😉

  128. tellitlikeitis says:

    Commentary: Obama team flip-flops are showing

    SAN DIEGO, California (CNN) — In order to diagnose what ails President Obama’s push for health care reform, we need less heated rhetoric and more “Cool Hand Luke.”

    In a memorable line from the 1967 film, a prison warden surmises: “What we’ve got here is … failure to communicate.”

    You can have the most popular cause, the best intentions, and the strongest ideas. But if you can’t share with the rest of us exactly what you want to do and don’t want to do, your agenda will wind up in intensive care.

    In the latest sign of trouble, Democratic leaders in Congress are now working on a legislative strategy to get the most controversial parts of health care reform through both the House and Senate without Republican votes.

    Brilliant. You know who’d really love that idea? Republicans. They see Obama-care as toxic with voters, and they don’t want their fingerprints on it. Republicans would like nothing better than to have Democrats go it alone.

    But who cares what Republicans want? The Obama-adoring media is all-to-eager to blame the current stalemate on Republican opposition. Whatever. The GOP’s paltry share of congressional seats makes it irrelevant to this debate and, probably, to most others.

    Obama’s problem is his own party. The president is learning that herding donkeys is like herding cats, and that the extremes — on the far right and far left — can’t be reasoned with. If he tries to please the conservative blue dogs, he loses the liberal yellow dogs. And vice versa.

    Don’t Miss
    Special report: Health Care in America
    Commentary: Dems, not GOP, may kill health reform
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    In Depth: Commentaries
    All the more reason that the Obama administration has to speak clearly and with one voice. It’s both sad and ironic that an administration that in its first 100 days had a tight grip on the script and kept everyone on message can’t seem to keep its health care reform narrative straight from day to day.

    The sticking point is the so-called public option which would provide a government-funded alternative to private health insurance. That scares the daylights out of a lot of people who don’t have a lot of confidence in government efficiency and who worry that private companies can’t compete with Uncle Sam so employees will be pushed by their employers into the public option whether they want to go there or not.

    So what does President Obama do? He makes matters worse. He tries to argue that private companies can in fact compete with the government, and he winds up needing a special operation to remove his foot from his mouth.

    “I mean, if you think about it,” Obama told a town hall audience, “UPS and FedEx are doing just fine, right? No, they are. It’s the Post Office that’s always having problems.”

    Nice, Mr. President. This year, don’t expect to get your Christmas cards delivered before Easter. In trying to address the concern about competition, Obama wound up feeding the concern that going from private to public will automatically mean a decrease in the quality of service.

    Worse, the administration is afflicted with a near debilitating case of the flip-flops. In an attempt to placate the blue dogs, who are increasingly squeamish about supporting anything that could undermine private insurance, Obama said Saturday that the “public option, whether we have it or we don’t have it, is not the entirety of health care reform.” The next day, in a television interview, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said a public option is “not an essential element” of overhauling the health care system.

    Those comments, which were interpreted by most pundits and political observers as the administration backing away from support for a public option, sent the far left into cardiac arrest. So they turned up the heat. The head of a powerful labor union even put Democrats on notice that it would be, in future elections, open season on anyone who supported a health care reform plan that doesn’t include a public option. Was that a threat? To quote you-know-who: “You betcha!”

    So the administration flipped again. Earlier this week, Sebelius insisted that she didn’t really say what she said and that “we continue to support the public option.” White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs also tried to triage the situation by saying that Obama and Sebelius still think a public option is the way to keep costs in check but that they are open to other ideas. Glad they cleared that up.

    Does anyone have something for a headache?

  129. Foxwood says:

    Sami! Let her watch “Bedtime for Bonzo!”

  130. VotingFemale says:

    Calling SamH…..

    Where is the Doggie? splish splashin?

    shake off that water and come aboard!

  131. samiam60 says:

    AHHHHAHAHAHAHA, YA GOTTA LOVE JOHNNY CASH, THANKS VF.

  132. Foxwood says:

    Yeah, Sami, I got to tell SamH about her car… 😦

  133. Good grief sami, don’t do that to Rosehips! hahahaah
    the thought of that is funny and I hope Rose gets a kick out of it too.

    Rose? isn’t that funny.

  134. samiam60 says:

    Anyone seen the Long Legged Mack Mommy in shorts yet?

  135. Foxwood says:

    Hey WG! Get any spleen venting latley?

  136. samiam60 says:

    Morning WG, I am just keeping Rose in our thoughts is all. I am sure she will chuckle.

    (I hope) lol

  137. samiam60 says:

    Welp its August 21 already and I need to be doing some laundry down at the Creek. Thanks Bama 🙂

  138. tellitlikeitis says:

    Listen to the professionals Obama!

  139. samiam60 says:

    Samiam to Rosehips: Are you enjoying the Reagan Videos?

    Rosehips to Samiam: Mmmmmmm, grrrrrrrr, &*&^%^$##^!@#@%#$@

    Samiam to Rosehips: No dear I will not remove the duct tape.

  140. VotingFemale says:

    everyone knows the Chapin and Cat Stevens rendition of it…

    I thought Johnny Cash’s version was cool! 😉

    samiam60 says

    AHHHHAHAHAHAHA, YA GOTTA LOVE JOHNNY CASH, THANKS VF.

  141. VotingFemale says:

    I have new material for the blogpost today…

    Sarah is on the attack again calling out Obama

    be back with it ASAP

  142. samiam60 says:

    I don’t want Rose to dehydrate so I will start an IV of Tea. Gotta flush out all the Kool Aid ya know.

  143. Foxwood says:

    “Welp its August 21 already and I need to be doing some laundry down at the Creek”

    The secreat, Sami is to wash upstream from the waste plant.

  144. tellitlikeitis says:

  145. samiam60 says:

    Fox, I do all my laundry Organically. Using only the finest Rocks and Mosses to ensure a healthy laundry. The Waterfall makes for a great rinse cycle and that leaves me time to Hug a Tree.
    Gotta go BBL. I leave you all with one word:

    IMPEACHMENT 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  146. tellitlikeitis says:

    Poll Shows Americans Losing Faith in Obama
    The Washington Post-ABC News survey found that less that half of Americans — 49 percent — say they believe the president will make the right decisions for the country, a drop from 60 percent at the 100-day mark of the Obama presidency.

    A new poll says that Americans, concerned over the future of health care reform and anxious about the growing federal budget deficit, are losing faith in President Obama.

    The Washington Post-ABC News survey found that less that half of Americans — 49 percent — say they believe the president will make the right decisions for the country. That’s down from 60 percent at the 100-day mark of the Obama presidency.

    The poll published Friday says Obama’s overall approval is 57 percent, 12 points lower than it was at its peak in April. Fifty-three percent disapprove of the way he’s handling the budget deficit and his approval on health care continues to deteriorate.

    The national survey was conducted Aug. 13-17 and has a sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points.

  147. m2 says:

    sam says: WHERE’S HILLARY?????????????????/ BEEN

  148. m2 says:

    mornin’ Tellit, VF, Fox and sami, and WG and Arlene!

    The “bloom is off the Obama rose” as they say now. Only the most brain dead leeches believe in the credibility gap as it stands.

    And yet, Rahm-Obama press on with Nancy cracking wip! To the depths of Hell!

    “To Hell with voters!” they say!
    “We going to be omnipotent RULERS!”

  149. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning m2

  150. tellitlikeitis says:

    Why didn’t Hillary bring back Obama’s birth certificate from Kenya?

  151. m2 says:

    hmmm I was thinking that was her secret op.
    Obama may have been born in Hawaii. But regardless, they are hiding the bulk of his life including his school records.

    If someone so hailed as an intellectual giant has to hide his grades and papers… is he really genuine?

    This president has no integrity.

    Good thing he sinks his image every day… even with the help of statist media.

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