Van Jones – Obama Will Miss His Racist Radical Communist Pal; Obama? Your Crap just gets deeper

Van Jones & His Communist PALS

Political Terrorist Van Jones & his Closest Communist PALS

Obama will no doubt find a bailout job for his RACIST RADICAL COMMUNIST PAL, Van Jones; Perhaps as a News Anchor over at MSNBC!


Poor innocent little Van Jones… BOO HOOTIE HOO HOO HOO HOOOO!!!

Oh, and then there is that “smear” where Glenn Beck forced Van Jones to Sign the 911-TRUTHER Petition declaring Bush a de facto War Criminal who promoted the Islamic Attacks during the day of September 11, 2001, on New York City and the Pentagon.

Yeah… Van Jones… What a total loss his absence will be to Howard Dean’s “Country of Communists.”

Howard Dean? I am sooo glad you stood up for this Racist Radical Communist A-Hole after he resigned in shame as a COMMUNIST ASSHAT!!!!


And, Obama, Dean, and Gore?
You idiots can no longer pretend
America will ever take you seriously again
You are all Communists
So… suck it up!!!


Additional reading:
Gateway Pundit: Sing It… Van Jones Cut Nasty Hate-Filled Music Album, Too! (Video) …Update: Album Cover Found!
Washington Post: White House Adviser Van Jones Resigns Amid Controversy Over Past Activism
NewsBusters: Jones Resigns Over What? and NYTs’ Friedman Was Big Fan of Green Job Czar Jones in Oct 2007
Power Line: Lights Out for Van Jones
Fire Andrea Mitchell!: Commie / Truther / Racist Van Jones Cut Nasty Hate-Filled Music Album too! and Communist Van Jones is a TRUTHER too! High-level government officials may have deliberately allow 9/11 to occur
Sister Toldjah: Van Jones throws himself under the bus, resigns from Obama admin and The truth about “green” czar’s Trutherism beliefs
Weekly Standard: Van Jones Resigns
GayPatriot: Van Jones, Obama’s “Truther” Green Jobs Czar, Resigns and To Critics of Republicans: Show me the Legislation where GOP pushes its beliefs on others and “The meanest people in American politics are on the left”
Ed Driscoll, Pajamas Media: Van Goes Under The Bus — Updated and A 9/11 Truther In King Obama’s Court
Diary of a Mad Conservative: More Jones on imperialist, evil white America and the religion of Marx and He’s going to thumb his nose at us.
Michelle Malkin:  The resignation (and coming MSM/left-wing martyrdom) of Van Jones; Obama “thanks him for his service”
and What happens when you ask politicians how they’ll pay for Obamacare and  Memo to GOP candidates: Stop mindlessly praising Commies in green clothing
Nice Deb: Breaking: Van Jones Resigns
Frugal Café Blog Zone:
Good-bye to the Truther Communist: Czar Van Jones Quits as Result of Controversy and GOP, Meg Whitman, Are Any of You Listening to Conservative Talk Radio? Here’s Michael Savage on Radical Van Jones 5 Months Ago (video) and You Kiss Your Mother with That Mouth? Obama’s Green Jobs Czar Van Jones: “Republicans Are ‘A**holes’” (video) and Undeterred by WH “Green Czar’s” Boycott Strong-Arming, Beck Hits Back on Van Jones’ Background & ‘Color of Change’ and We Have Many Questions, Mr. President: Michelle Malkin and Glenn Beck on Radical Czars in the White House (video)
Ztower: Van Jones has apologized. His sincerity will be revealed by his actions following his dismissal, should President Obama make that choice. UPDATE: Jones resigns. and Honest Mr. President, I didn’t mean that stuff I said about those Immigrant killing Crackers, Republican A-holes or 9/11 terrorists from the Bush administration. Now, can I still be Green Czar?
Riehl World View: Updated!: Bus Overtakes Van As Jones Loses WH Parking Spot
Wlady Pleszczynski, American Spectator: Van Jones Resigns Obama’s Communist Advisor and His Billion-Dollar Army
Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator: The Real Van Jones Scandal: Why Glenn Beck Is Right
National Review Online: Krauthammer’s Take
just a conservative girl: Van Jones and His Interesting Connections
Hot Air: Unbelievable: Van Jones says 9/11 petition didn’t reflect his views; Update: Jones didn’t “carefully review” petition
POLITISITE: Politics from the RIGHT Side of the WEB: “Green jobs” bizarre czar Van Jones is a 911 Truther
Just Americans Making Ethical Statements Weblog: WH Green Czar Van Johnson linked to Group attacking FOXNews and Glenn Beck and Obama “Brownshirts” Attack Glenn Beck; This is “UN- American”!!
A Conservative Edge: I’d Be Happy To Admit That I Am From The A**hole Party, If Van Jones Admits He Belongs To The Communisty Party
Stop The ACLU: Presidential Advisor and Communist Van Jones Deeply Involved in 911 Conspiracy Movement
Left, Right, and Centered: Imagine What The Press Would Do With This Under W
Strong Meat: Obama’s ‘Jolly Green Giant’ Van Jones Has Got To Go
SHAWSBLOG: White House Green Jobs Adviser: Republicans Are ‘Assholes’
Glenn Beck: Van Jones, in His Own Words and More Van Jones lunacy
Speaking My Mind: Van Jones And San Quentin – A Match Made In Heaven
Pronk Palisades: Obama’s Hidden Agenda and Cadre of Marxists, Communists, Progressives, Radicals, Socialists–Destroying Capitalism and The American Republic and Apollo Alliance and Obama’s Green Czar Van Jones: Greens on The Outside–Reds On The Inside–Big Greens, Big Unions, Big Foundations, Big Business, Big Bucks, Big Taxes–Videos
From The Right: Van Jones and other destroyers of the Constitution
Blogging in my Post Grad World: Van Jones Doesn’t Like to Read, I Guess
NewsReal Blog: Van Jones Thinks 9/11 Was A Republican Campaign Ad and Van Jones takes a page out of “Rules for Radicals” too

Jawa Report:  Olbermann Asks KosKidz For Dirt on Beck
Redstate: And just like clockwork, the Van Jones race baiting begins

Riehl World View:Sierra Club Exec: It’s Because He Was Black
Mudville Gazett: Echoes from the blast

Gateway Pundit: Left Is Seething That Golden Boy Commie-Truther Van Jones Was “Driven From Office” By “Lunatic Bullies”
Power Line: Does our president have a moral compass?


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163 Responses to Van Jones – Obama Will Miss His Racist Radical Communist Pal; Obama? Your Crap just gets deeper

  1. VotingFemale says:



    Meanwhile, the Unemployment Rate just went up to 9.7%

    Time for a new STIMULUS Bill, Communists?

  2. samhenry says:

    Hey Obama, bigger isn’t better and here’s another example of WHY.

    Kraft wants to buy out Brit confectioner Cadbury. No deal says Cad. We think we have a shot of global growth on our own.

    But killer Kraft says – hey, we’ll tread water until you come around because we know our merger would make a global powerhouse.

    But Cadbury keeps being Cadbury which is what we chocoholics want! Campbell took over Godiva – do you like the difference?

    No – hang in there Cadbury and prove bigger isn’t better – SWEET!

    see for full story

  3. samhenry says:

    Great Post – VF – biting and strong – what we expect from your posts – why you have so many hits. But hey, will small business – the backbone of our economy – get in on this one? I think they’ve had it with trickle down anything. Only now is Bank America paying attention to them. Rely on banks?

    Hey, but rely on gov contracts – absolutely – especially when some government agencies sign multiple duplicate contracts! Hey, gov, think this could happen in health care? NASA

    Our investigative and audit work has shown that some SBIR contractors
    • submitted duplicate proposals to different Federal agencies and received multiple awards
    for essentially the same work,
    • submitted different proposals to multiple Federal agencies but provided duplicate
    deliverables based on the same research,
    • failed to comply with subcontracting limitations, and
    • identified principal investigators who were not primarily employed by the small business
    concern or who failed to perform a substantial portion of the research work contracted by NASA – from a Hearing of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science,
    and Transportation on the National Aeronautics and Space
    Administration’s Small Business Innovation Research
    (SBIR) Program – August 6 2009

  4. Jeff says:

    Another of O’bama’s communist black buddies bites the dust. Now he is crying he was part of a smear compaign. Who was the one that opened his big mouth?

  5. Foxwood says:

    I heard a little talk of bailouts for AT&T and Verizon… That would give government say about communications, including internet. The company I work for is getting bought by AT&T and possibly getting sold to Verizon. Just some scuttlebutt going around work. Might listen to the news to get more poop.

  6. Foxwood says:

    Did you see my cartoon? I’m not much of an artist, but the message is there.

  7. Foxwood says:


    I’m in full agreement that Mark Lloyd is the next most dangerous Czar. The Czars need to be gotten rid of. None for Democraps, none for Republicans.

    Fox news is saying the next one to go might be Holder, tho, with his Orwellian outlook.

  8. samhenry says:

    I can’t get over the fact that we are paying salaries (how large?) for these Czars and these are not Congressionally approved posts? How can this happen that we have posts within the executive branch that are so influential and have not been approved by the Congress? These are not administrative assistants. Just saying….

  9. Foxwood says:

    The Buckinghams 67′

  10. Foxwood says:

    These Czars have the power to make law. That’s not the Executive branches duties. It’s unConstitutional.

  11. Foxwood says:

    Ever hear of this 65′ hit?

  12. Foxwood says:

    Morning Sunshine! It’s gonna be a Super day!

  13. Foxwood says:


    A patriotic group

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  16. Foxwood says:

    Their Satanic Majesties

  17. Foxwood says:

    Start learning Mandarin. Looks like Soros is going to get richer.

  18. Foxwood says:

    It’s Monday…

  19. Foxwood says:

    Do you think he’s saying Lucifer and Islam are of the same cloth?


    hey SH, sorry about that mean ol commie comment yesterday!

    Blogwood, you are not kidding, he’s next! Mark Lloyd!

    Another Quote from good ol Mamma!


    Great Picture VF!

  21. Foxwood says:


    Where are you? I got a song for you.

  22. Foxwood says:

    The hits keep on playing on K-FOX

    Here’s the Grass Roots!

  23. Foxwood says:

    No milk today…


  24. Foxwood says:

    A story for SamH…

    Whey is a dairy product that for the moment is not legal in the United States because of it’s psychotropic qualities. But like Marijuana, if it becomes legal, the companies already have Comercial names for the product. Marijuana has names like Acapulco Gold, for instance.

    Same for Whey. Names like “Curds and Whey” with a picture of Little Miss Muffet sitting on her tuffet and a spider sitting beside her.

    Another one has a black and white street sign that says “One Whey”.

    Then there is one with Queen Guinevere laying on a bed and Sir Lancelot laying on top of her. The name of the Whey is called
    Knights on Broad Whey…

  25. Foxwood says:

    Obutthole, Guess what?


  26. Foxwood says:

    Here’s “Friend and Lover” on K-FOX! Where the hits just keep coming!

  27. Foxwood says:


    Hey! I resemble that remark!

  28. Foxwood says:

    No mas! Too much whey! Too much whey!

  29. Foxwood says:

    I used to have a crush on my cuzin. We played “Incest and Peppermints”. Huh?

  30. arlenearmy says:

    I was just thinking ….. and wondering if Van Jones will get a golden parachute ? I don’t know if Obama gave him a benefits package. Will he get unemployment benefits ?

  31. arlenearmy says:

    I heard from another site that reported the NAACP came to Van Jones defense. Perhaps they will give Jones a job.

    Also the Huffpuff had an interesting title of Beck Gets 1st Scalp !!!

  32. Foxwood says:

    Huffpo is looking for poop on Beck. They asked for people to be on the lookout.

  33. arlenearmy says:

    What they ought to realize is that
    1. Beck is a newsman/talk-show-host. Beck is not in the WH or in public office.

    2. Beck has a loyal following who are motivated by patriotism

    3. Color of Change, Van Jones goons, Acorn folks are motivated by how much they are getting paid (astro turf)

    Remember when Olberman had fixation on Oreilly. Olberman eventually wound up looking like a fool & his ratings went down & stayed down.

  34. arlenearmy says:

    And if they do find any poop on Beck, it wouldn’t mean anything. News reporters/commentators are not vetted for choir boys duties. Huffpuff & Olberman got messed up strategies.

  35. samhenry says:

    Let’s just bring it down to the bottom line: President Obama has made it clear by his actions that he is out to give blacks the support and understanding they have been deprived of for 200 years. He is not the president of us all. He is the professor of all whites in teaching them a thing or two; he is the president of all minorities. Europeans are those baddies who are responsible for holocausts in Germany and, in Africa during the time of the slave trade. I would argue that the slave trade was not a holocaust as in Germany but blacks would not see it that way. We are entering into the beginning of the end of white being a majority race in America. It has not been in the majority other than in Europe. World-wide definitely we are in the minority. Because we are in decline, it is OK to kick us with this and with that. If we complain about a black member of the administration, we are racist. How about saying we are anti-communist! From the time of the primaries through the election and into his administration, Obama has dodged the issue of his own Communist leanings. What does he expect from a nation reared on duck and cover? We will roll over and accept communism in any form? NOT.

  36. Foxwood says:


    Did you get your BGs Dedication?

  37. Foxwood says:

    Here’s one from 1962. “Let’s Dance” on K-FOX!

  38. arlenearmy says:

    I’m watching Beck. It looks like a re-run! What happened?

  39. Foxwood says:

    He won’t be back till tomorrow. Everyone’s on vacation. I just put on the jams today and will catch what I find in email, online and on the blogs.

  40. Foxwood says:

    Hey, Obutthole! Don’t bring me down! 1968.

  41. karmahd says:

    I think what is clear, is that Obama will throw even close friends under the bus to obtain his power grab, first Wright, now Jones, both of these guys were close to Obama, and for the “cause” he distanced himself from both. How can you trust Obama when he offers no trust other than the agenda put forth for him to complete by Soros and Emanuel, those are the two running the presidency!

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  43. Foxwood says:

    Thanks Karma,

    I’m back on the Soros trail.

  44. m2 says:

    Good God, my dad said Soros behind Obama long long long before he was the “frontrunner”…

    Y’all I’ve been sickly… I thought I could fend it off with Zicam and playing Rockband last night with friends, but I think the socializing made me sicker.

    Just turned on the computer… and really have no desire to do anything but stare into space while my head does what it will… i.e. frequent eye tearing, headache, sore throat, runny nose… the works.

    Happy labor day!

  45. Foxwood says:

    Damn! I can’t see! “Smoke on the Water” on K-FOX!

  46. Foxwood says:


    When I’m sick I drink a toddy.

    If it don’t help… I drink another…

    and another…
    and another…
    and another…

    You don’t care after a while…

  47. Foxwood says:

    The Doors! On K-FOX!

  48. Foxwood says:

    What was the question again?

  49. Foxwood says:

    If we continue on our path…

  50. Foxwood says:

    1975 Pinkus Floydum

  51. Foxwood says:

    Keep me outa Folsom Prison.

  52. arlenearmy says:

    What about Hannity ? Is he doing a re-run tonite?

  53. Foxwood says:

    Not sure… everyone else was, so I just put on the jams…

  54. arlenearmy says:

    The only one I think Obama won’t kick under the bus is Valerie Jarett. I suspect that Emanuel’s working behind the scene to get her in trouble.

  55. m2 says:

    “Mr. Obama,” wrote Peggy Noonan in the Wall Street Journal, “has grown boring.” Amazing but true. He’s a crashing bore, and he’s become one in nothing flat. His approval ratings have slumped — not just among Republicans, not just among independents, not just among seniors, who are after all first in line for the death panels. But they’ve fallen among young people — the starry-eyed members of the Hopeychangey Generation who stared into the mesmerizing giant “O” of his logo and saw the new Otopia. According to the latest Zogby poll, Obama’s hold on the young is a wash: 41 percent approve, 41 percent disapprove. Zogby defines “young” as under 30, so maybe the kindergartners corralled into his audience this week will still be on side, but I wouldn’t bet on it.

    The president’s strategy on January 20 was to hurl all the vast transformative spaghetti at the wall — stimulus, auto nationalization, cap’n’trade, health care — and make it stick through the sheer charisma of his personality. Unfortunately, the American people aren’t finding it quite so charismatic, and they’re beginning to spot the yawning gulf between the post-partisan hopeychangey rhetoric and the budget-busting prosperity-throttling future-beggaring big-government policies.

    No wonder the poor chap’s running out of material. At the time of writing, one of his exercises for America’s schoolchildren is to suggest what you’d like him to do in his next speech.

  56. m2 says:

    You guys know why he’s going to speak in Congress???

    Because of this pathetic ploy, which in “re-run” will be really really obvious… LOL

  57. m2 says:

    60 million ppl voted for this Marxist racist in disguise.. 1 in 6 regrets the vote… is that 10 million.

    so we have the most radical cold calculated puppet Leftist run by a Hungarian billionaire Socialist New World Order-er, and 50 million people “kind of approve/zombified” – the rest of the 250 million are stuck with their hackneyed communism and state controlled media.

  58. arlenearmy says:

    Oh yeah… I almost forgot about Pelosi kept getting up & down like a wind-up every-ready bunny rabbit.

    I just hope the Republicans have some balls to not stand & not clap !! Remember the Liberals did it to Bush.

  59. arlenearmy says:

    This is not an easy fight, but its win-able. It took a lot of energy & collective beating to kick Van Jones off the bus.

    He kept hanging on the wheels of the bus, but we the people (led by Glen Beck) kept beating & kicking his ass until he loosen his grip & he ended up being road kill.

    Actually, about 2 weeks just to beat down ONE person, is a lot — considering the amount of folks it took to get the job done. This tells me that we the people can put a stop to all this CZAR nonsense.

  60. m2 says:

    I know arlene… he’s going to do his “conservative angle” where he uses all the rhetoric of a conservative but still talks about “universality” (ie. mega-government) in abstract. He’ll say “competition” and words that fit w/a conservative view of reform. As we know, Gov’t kills competition because they eventually become the monolith, not having to make a profit.

    Anyway, it’s going to be worded so that if you don’t stand then you are against reform.

    Which is not true of course.

    They’re banking on the previous “shining” moment… these people are losing it. I actually think the less you see of Obama now, the better he does. He’s jumped the shark as the puppet beloved by the people.


  61. m2 says:

    Arlene, it’s almost petrifying how ALL media outlets stonewall and cover for Obama regime.

    Twitter and Fox News, and the internet really did the work…

    I still think VJ will hang around the toilet bowel like a turd that won’t flush.

    Ha ha ha….

    Seriously though. They didn’t even report his racism, his co-authoring Marxist Manifesto STORM…

    it’s disheartening to see such a mockery of “journalism”…

    They’re not journalist… They’re repeaters. They repeat whatever Gibbs and Emanuel fax them for the day.

  62. m2 says:

    Biden: Labor legislation to pass this year
    The Hill

    Controversial legislation that would make it easier to organize unions will pass this year, Vice President Joe Biden said today.

    Appearing at a Labor Day rally in Pittsburgh, Biden praised the role of unions in building the middle class and said the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) will make it through Congress before the end of the year, the Associated Press reports.

    That’s a very optimistic timeline, considering that Democrats are already putting all their legislative muscle behind healthcare reform.

  63. m2 says:

    from my blog:

    “Employee Free Choice Act” – Card Check, interestingly enough, disposes of “choice” for parties involved (for employees not wanting to unionize, and for their employer/business). The trashing of the Secret Ballot in favor of an Open/Public Ballet or simple petition on a vote to unionize would open doors for pressuring and harassment. The Binding Arbitration provision allows the Government to dictate how a business is run, imposing a contract on the employer. Another provision slashes the time allotted for vote (current median is 38 days), to a period of 5 to 10 days meaning employees won’t have time to weight the pros and cons of union membership. Also, the employees will be barred from hearing the currently required management side before unionizing. What next? Will taxpayers be paying for Union pensions after the Union chiefs have squandered the dues, and offered unsustainable, uncompetitive wages and benefits to Union workers?

  64. Hey WH is going to fly the communist china flag soon! i just did a blog on it. someone get the freakin’ birth certificate and let’s reverse his dumb self right out of these…

  65. arlenearmy says:

    The scheduled speeches for Monday, Tues. & Wed. are part of reason why Obama forced V. Jones to resign. Obama could not afford to keep him around past Sunday, because the Van Jones youtube videos would had gone viral.

    I do think we have not heard the last of Van Jones. He’s MORE angry at the fact that he’s the ONLY & 1st person in admin. to leave office in public disgrace. You’ll notice that Dashell & Richards had the brains to lay low & duck out before the shit hits the fan. This is further proof that Van Jones is a fool !!

  66. m2 says:

    For the Vigilant and Virtuous
    … “V”.

    (hey-o Voting Female!)

  67. Foxwood says:

    “he’s going to do his “conservative angle” where he uses all the rhetoric of a conservative but still talks about “universality” (ie. mega-government) in abstract. He’ll say “competition” and words that fit w/a conservative view of reform.”

    Right out of Alinsky’s rules…

  68. m2 says:

    yeah I know! They knew that it was going to have to become a bigger story… the Sunday at Midnight resignation.

    Valerie Jarret must go too. MUST!!

    All these “V”s…

    But there’s only one Voting Female!! For the Viligant and Virtuous!!

    arlene said: M2
    The scheduled speeches for Monday, Tues. & Wed. are part of reason why Obama forced V. Jones to resign. Obama could not afford to keep him around past Sunday, because the Van Jones youtube videos would had gone viral.

  69. Foxwood says:


    Glenn Beck up, left down and Van Jones defiant
    Updated: 9/7/09 8:31 PM EDT

    Van Jones speaks at a summit.
    The departure confirmed Obama�s choice of pragmatism over confrontation, a choice that infuriates his allies on the left. Photo: AP

    The Politico 44 Story Widget Requires Adobe Flash Player.

    The resignation early Sunday of “green jobs” adviser Van Jones says as much about the Obama White House as it does about Jones – marking the latest sacrifice to the political gods after a long summer of compromises and surrenders highlighted the limits of White House power.

    The departure – nominally the choice of a still-defiant Jones, who said he feared distracting from important business – confirmed Obama’s choice of pragmatism over confrontation and a belief that controversies sometimes are better solved by capitulation, a view that infuriates Obama’s allies on the left.

    It confirmed that the real opposition party to Obama right now is the conservative grassroots that draws its energy from Fox News, talk radio and the Drudge Report, and often leaves Republican elected officials scrambling to catch up.

    And it was a fresh reminder that the White House’s vetting process didn’t fall down only on high-profile nominees like Tom Daschle. It barely touched the lower reaches of the administration – a White House official conceded Sunday that Jones’ past statements weren’t as thoroughly scrubbed due to his relatively low rank. Jones’ selection also was propelled by powerful patrons, who included the first lady and the vice president.

    In his statement, Jones was defiant. “On the eve of historic fights for health care and clean energy, opponents of reform have mounted a vicious smear campaign against me,” he said. “They are using lies and distortions to distract and divide.”

    White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs cast the move the same way.

    “What Van Jones decided was that the agenda of this president was bigger than any one individual,” Gibbs said, agreeing with the show’s host, George Stephanopoulos that Obama “doesn’t endorse” Jones’s remarks on race and politics, his apparent flirtation with the “9/11 Truth” movement, and his advocacy for the convicted murderer Mumia Abu-Jamal.

    The logic of the departure was clear: A hope of keeping the national conversation where Obama wanted it this week ahead of his health reform speech to a joint session of Congress Wednesday.

    “Between Cambridge cops; whether administration officials are or are not for the public option; right wing mobbing at town halls; and the back to school welcome contretemps, the White House has been forced to play defense and loose-ball control over [the summer],” said the former Clinton White House aide Chris Lehane, who noted that a “very important week” could have been consumed by “ a discussion related to an obscure staffer who no one has ever really heard of.”

    Jones’s departure resonated sharply, however, with the other topic on Sunday’s television rotation: The public insurance option in the health care debate. There, too, the White House has responded to conservative opposition by pointing first to the outright distortions – and then running the other way.

    To the outrage of the House Progressive Caucus, MoveOn, and other liberal voices, Gibbs and senior advisor David Axelrod said Obama this week will continue to advocate for a government-run plan to compete with private plans, but won’t insist on it, as some foes have cast the option, inaccurately, as equivalent to a government takeover of all health care delivery.

  70. m2 says:

    I mean to say “sunday Midnight resignation – HA!!!” as in that’s NEW.


    we see through you Obama. We ARE the mob.

  71. m2 says:

    foxwood, article says VJ’s “relatively low rank”… uh huh.

    These “Czars” are put in power to circumvent the appointed by the people route.

    Notice how they stopped calling him a Czar and the storyline is now “presidential advisor” (I mean across the media-board).

  72. m2 says:

    foxwood, from that article you just posted it says this: “There, too, the White House has responded to conservative opposition by pointing first to the outright distortions – and then running the other way.”

    What does that mean. That they just say the people are distorting and smearing, but the WH doesn’t “clear the record”??? (BECAUSE THE RECORD IS NOT DISTORTION) … is that the only way they have to rectify their issues? Just make their pathetic base think that everyone is lying even though Van Jones history and mouth say otherwise… That’s sad.

    Oh well, ha ha ha ha ha…

  73. m2 says:

    time to log-off! TTY’all L!

  74. samhenry says:

    Fox – just checking in before bedtime – just in time to pick up that bedtime story from the Bee Gees – whey out, man – whey out! lol. I do learn a lot from you Fox.

  75. karmahd says:

    Did anyone see the campaign speech Obama gave to the AFL/CIO today in Cleveland?? How desperate is this man to go to one of his last elements of support, the unions.

    Also, what happened to the CIA investigation? Was Jones a sacrificial lamb to take attention off of that issue, WTF is Biden talking about when he states jobs have been saved and the stimulus is working, that is plain unmitigated bull shit and a lie, where has Little Timmy Geithner been for the last two months???

    This administration is a ship without a rudder, all the debate over the Health Care plan was basically moot, there never was one! Just a bunch of crap taking up 1200 pages of paper, now they want to vote on the bill before the end of the year, if not sooner?? Maybe they should write it first, and try to get some partisan assistance, and keep an eye on Olympia Snow from Maine, she is a democrat in republican cloth, and a key player in two major bills that are far left of center, the health care plan, and the cyber-security act.

    Lastly, am I the only one that finds it odd that several of us on here are having either health issues, or are feeling under the weather???? I never get sick and I have had a tough last two weeks, Ohiobelle, M2, could it be stress or something more deviant???

    In closing, you have to read the Huffington post it is just plain hilarious to see how they attack the patriots, in fact it is right out of the Rules for Radicals, of special note, is Ariana’s post on Van Jones, how is a true American and now that he will not be hampered by the government job he will be more valuable in his organizing efforts outside of his green czar job position!! If that is not polishing a turd I don’t know what is. Also the efforts in knocking off Glen Becks advertisers, the minions of Obama, the true radicals have not given up, nor can the rights efforts to counter the baseless lies they tell.

    I will be working this week, I do hope to be able to post something, I have several ideas, just need the time, over an out, KarmaHD

  76. arlenearmy says:

    Folks, this video is the best advice Ive heard thus far on how to handle the Obama speech to your kids

  77. arlenearmy says:

    Huffpuff is whinning that V. Jones was targeted because he’s black. The truth be known that Obama kicked him to the curb because he was politically damaging to the agenda.

    However, I’m beginning to think that Obama hired him as a Pawn – knowing full well that V. Jones was too controversial to last past 6 months. He was hired for the purpose of getting fired. In other words, he was the easiest to fire because his behavior was too obvious & socially unacceptable.

    Its like putting rap artist – Snoop Dog in the WH who starts cussing & saying mo-f*ck**g this & that & expect folks to not notice he’s a strange fit. No matter how many nice suits you put on his back.

    This speaks of the stupidity of Jones. He was too stupid to know that he was gonna get punked by Barack Hussein Obama. You’ll notice that Dashall & Gov. Richards did not fall into that trap.

    I truly believe that NOW in Van Jones heart of hearts, he knows that he’s been punked by Obama.

    Van Jones has been reduced to damaged goods. Folks now see him in same way they see Jeremiah Wright. Perhaps he could get a job at the NAACP, or get rehired at Color of Change. Or maybe write a blog.

    You just don’t kicked out the WH in a publicly humiliating way & expect to have a voice in the beltway. Van Jones is really gonna go off on the deep in & turn CRIMINAL. He needs to be on a watch list.

  78. arlenearmy says:

    Also on the stupidity of Jones & Color of Change is that they react in a knee-jerk manner. When Beck said that Obama was racist, Color of Change & Jones thought they had the muscle to beat on Beck. That was a big & fatal mistake because Van Jones was too vulnerable. They should had chosen another war at another time (after the healthcare debate).

    I say this to let you all know that this also shows the weakness of Obama’s future army. They don’t use their heads. They come out charging like a wild bull.

    Jones was not gonna survive that long, but if they had not went after Beck, he would been in WH for month of Sept.

  79. Foxwood says:

    Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow Right-wing Domestic Terrorists!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  80. VotingFemale says:

    The DayHas Started; the Cannon, fired.

    Lets see what a communist, David Sirota uses to attempt defense of Van Jones… hint: race card warning… HAHAHAHAHA

  81. m2 says:

    Hi all… checking in before I take kiddo to school.

    Huff Po has Van Jones as an exclusive blogger/writer. He has been one there for years. I’m not surprised they are covering their lunatic fringe assholes by ripping on decent American people who don’t want to live like Van Jones advocates, NoKo style.

  82. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning M2!

    Van Jones will keep doing his Racist Communist shadow activities… they never go away… they just slink.

  83. VotingFemale says:

    Arlene, their arrogance and belief in their invincibility and communist calling are their Achilles Heel.

    We will not go silently into the night…

    arlenearmy says

    Also on the stupidity of Jones & Color of Change is that they react in a knee-jerk manner. When Beck said that Obama was racist, Color of Change & Jones thought they had the muscle to beat on Beck. That was a big & fatal mistake because Van Jones was too vulnerable. They should had chosen another war at another time (after the healthcare debate).

    I say this to let you all know that this also shows the weakness of Obama’s future army. They don’t use their heads. They come out charging like a wild bull.

    Jones was not gonna survive that long, but if they had not went after Beck, he would been in WH for month of Sept.

  84. Foxwood says:

    Better dead than Red…

  85. Foxwood says:

    Morning VF, M2!

  86. Foxwood says:

    So the speech today has been made public, so as to calm the public. It tells children to stay in school and do their best. That’s good!

    But what is not being said, is that the curriculum after the speech hasn’t changed. Students still have to select the 3 most important words in the speech and write his most memorable quotes, among other polling and hero worship classwork.

    Your child will be indoctrinated. We are Borg. Resistance is futile.

  87. karmahd says:

    David Sirota: “it was a mistake” yes it was a mistake that Van Jones was ever considered for office! Sirota, and Jones think that since he apologized for trying to cover up what he really is, a radical leftist communist all is OK?? I wonder what color the clouds are in their world?? RED?

  88. samhenry says:

    VF, M2 and FOX – good morning.

    I’m getting very weary of the racist card.

  89. samhenry says:

    Karm – check out the FRIENDS blog – a familiar writer appears there.

  90. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good morning everyone! I hope you all had a good labor day holiday. I wonder how the jobless celebrated their non labor day.

  91. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning M2, Karma, VF, Foxwood, SamH, and Tellit.
    I have a preview of the rewritten speech/video that Obama was able to Re-Write after all the controversy about the school kids. I will post it in a minuet.

  92. m2 says:

    alright I’m ready now and just about to go out the door… got a tweet that Jonah Goldberg is going to be on Fox News at 10:10 am eastern.

    I want to see what he says!

  93. m2 says:

    sam, fox, SH, karma, VF, Arlene…

    Obama has jumped the shark.

    The more he is seen and tries to do what other marxist-communists do, the more we have instantaneous gut-reaction revile… it’s just plain deep seeded in American psyche to reject idolification on a sustained level.

    He will undo himself.

    As evidenced by the school debacle.

    We may have all been sheep to be herded by Soros’ billions and shiny posters at the campaign level. But now that he is coupling his propaganda with Socialism/liberal Fascism… it just won’t be accepted much longer.

    He’s totally jumped the shark.

  94. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Karma! SamHenry! Tellit! Samiam!

    The communists think their crap dont stink.

    They need an operation… on their noses.

  95. samhenry says:

    Good morning Sami and Tellit. I’ve used something you posted here on the FRIENDS blog; Tellit, in a blog I am doing about joblessness on, I will be quoting your opening Labor Day remarks!

  96. samhenry says:

    Nah, VF, we need to cut them off at the “pass” with an intestinal by pass! Then they would just explode like a balloon – hopefully over some farmer’s field that needs that shit. After what the government has done to farmers, payback is in order!

  97. karmahd says:

    Morning everyone!! Samhenry thanks for seeing value in my comments last night and posting on the Friends blog, looks like I might have time to write a post this morning, off to blog for truth!!

  98. m2 says:

    friends, I am back. I will be checking out Jonah Goldberg on FNC at 10:10.

    I will be working of finishing a freelance job.

    And then I can peruse the blog network. Don’t think me negligent… just recovering from illness and now getting back into the swing.

  99. tellitlikeitis says:

    The first part of the new world order.

    UN wants new global currency to replace dollar
    The dollar should be replaced with a global currency, the United Nations has said, proposing the biggest overhaul of the world’s monetary system since the Second World War.
    In a radical report, the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has said the system of currencies and capital rules which binds the world economy is not working properly, and was largely responsible for the financial and economic crises.

    It added that the present system, under which the dollar acts as the world’s reserve currency , should be subject to a wholesale reconsideration.

    Is this the death of the dollar? Although a number of countries, including China and Russia, have suggested replacing the dollar as the world’s reserve currency, the UNCTAD report is the first time a major multinational institution has posited such a suggestion.

    In essence, the report calls for a new Bretton Woods-style system of managed international exchange rates, meaning central banks would be forced to intervene and either support or push down their currencies depending on how the rest of the world economy is behaving.

    The proposals would also imply that surplus nations such as China and Germany should stimulate their economies further in order to cut their own imbalances, rather than, as in the present system, deficit nations such as the UK and US having to take the main burden of readjustment.

    “Replacing the dollar with an artificial currency would solve some of the problems related to the potential of countries running large deficits and would help stability,” said Detlef Kotte, one of the report’s authors. “But you will also need a system of managed exchange rates. Countries should keep real exchange rates [adjusted for inflation] stable. Central banks would have to intervene and if not they would have to be told to do so by a multilateral institution such as the International Monetary Fund.”

  100. tellitlikeitis says:

    Senate must raise debt ceiling above $12T
    By Walter Alarkon – 09/07/09 12:11 PM ET

    The Senate must move legislation to raise the federal debt limit beyond $12.1 trillion by mid-October, a move viewed as necessary despite protests about the record levels of red ink.

    The move will highlight the nation’s record debt, which has been central to Republican attacks against Democratic congressional leaders and President Barack Obama. The year’s deficit is expected to hit a record $1.6 trillion.
    Democrats in control of Congress, including then-Sen. Obama (Ill.), blasted President George W. Bush for failing to contain spending when he oversaw increased deficits and raised the debt ceiling.

    “Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren,” Obama said in a 2006 floor speech that preceded a Senate vote to extend the debt limit. “America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership.”

    Obama later joined his Democratic colleagues in voting en bloc against raising the debt increase.

    Now Obama is asking Congress to raise the debt ceiling, something lawmakers are almost certain to do despite misgivings about the federal debt. The ceiling already has been hiked three times in the past two years, and the House took action earlier this year to raise the ceiling to $13 trillion.

    Congress has little choice. Failing to raise the cap could lead the nation to default in mid-October, when the debt is expected to exceed its limit, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has said. In August, Geithner asked Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) to increase the debt limit as soon as possible.

    Changing the debt cap “does provide an opportunity to look at fiscal policy and what its failings are, and ideally it could give both sides an opportunity to think about what we need to do so we don’t keep raising the debt limit,” said Robert Bixby, the executive director of the Concord Coalition, a fiscal watchdog group.

    “But probably as a practical matter, it will get more attention as a partisan back-and-forth,” Bixby said.

    When the House raised the debt limit to $13 trillion as part of a budget resolution approved in April, Democratic leaders used a maneuver known as the “Gephardt rule,” named after former House Democratic Leader Dick Gephardt (Mo.), to avoid taking a roll call vote on the debt limit increase.

    The Senate isn’t so lucky. It lacks a similar mechanism, meaning each senator must cast a politically perilous vote on raising the debt ceiling.

    The Senate Finance Committee will “carefully review Treasury’s request on behalf of the American taxpayers,” according to an aide to the committee’s chairman, Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.).

    “Sen. Baucus understands the critical importance of signaling to the world that the U.S. maintains the confidence and security to continue to lead the global economy out of recession,” the Baucus aide said. “The request to raise the debt limit is serious and must be addressed thoroughly and in a nonpartisan manner.”

    The aide noted that Baucus is pressing the Treasury Department to be more transparent about its efforts to pull the economy out of recession.

    “He will continue to demand the necessary communication and cooperation going forward,” the aide said.

    Both the White House and the independent Congressional Budget Office last month said that they expect the debt to increase by another $9 trillion over the next decade. Should the Senate follow the House’s lead and set the new debt limit at $13 trillion, lawmakers would probably have to raise the limit again next year, when the Obama administration expects to run a $1.5 trillion deficit.

    The business community has supported Geithner’s push for a higher debt ceiling. Bruce Josten, the top lobbyist for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, said it’s essential to the U.S. economy.

    “If we fail to address this in a timely fashion, then you run the risk of having to curtail government operations,” Josten said. “The last thing our economy and the world economy needs is greater uncertainty throughout global credit markets.”

    Josten said that the high level of debt is a reality during the recession, but it’s unsustainable and needs to be reduced by reforming Medicare and Social Security.

    “While we can freely and openly acknowledge completely and lobby to raise the debt ceiling and incur some more debt, the longer trends ultimately need to be reversed,” he said.

    Congress raised the debt limit just a few months ago when it passed the $787 billion stimulus package.

  101. samiam60 says:

    President Obama’s pick to oversee bioterrorism at the Department of Homeland Security failed to report her role as an adviser for a lobbying group funded by the drug industry that has pushed for more money on anthrax vaccines and biodefense research, the Washington Times reported Tuesday.

    Dr. Tara O’Toole, who is awaiting confirmation as undersecretary of science and technology, did not report her position with the group called the Alliance for Biosecurity in a recent government ethics filing, according to the newspaper.

    The group reportedly spent over $500,000 lobbying Congress and federal agencies — including Homeland Security — since 2005.

    But Homeland Security officials told the newspaper that O’Toole was not required to disclose her involvement with the alliance on ethics forms because the group is not incorporated.

    “There’s no legal existence so she wouldn’t have to disclose it,” Robert Coyle, an ethics official for the Department of Homeland Security, told the Washington Times.

  102. tellitlikeitis says:

    PRUDEN: A crucial week for Obama’s teleprompter

    This is a big week for the president’s teleprompter. He’s first taking it across the Potomac for a speech urging schoolchildren to wash their hands, study hard and stay in school.

    Good advice for everyone, no doubt, and maybe the advice will stimulate the sale of soap to people who really need it. Politicians particularly should take to heart a presidential admonition to keep their hands clean. Who can argue with that? Democrats everywhere are looking for places where the applause will be at least polite, with no yelling, screaming and waving of hands. The Secret Service, which never sleeps, can keep its guns holstered at a high school in middle-class suburban Virginia, where the kids are usually unarmed and likely to pay attention to the rare president in their midst.

    The reception Wednesday night on Capitol Hill, for the president’s speech to an unusual joint session of Congress, will be a little different. There will be no one to throw a soft tomato or a rotten egg; this audience will be a wrack of frightened rabbits begging the president for a lifeline (or at least a carrot). Congress is back in town after a month on the Western front, and still befuddled and a little shellshocked from taking fire from angry constituents. Nobody wants what the president is selling, insofar as anybody can figure out exactly what he’s selling. The magic elixir may be the president himself, and lately nobody’s buying that, either.

    Rarely have Americans spoken up with such bold energy and ferocious power, organized by amateurs in the grass roots disdainful of both parties, and the fright was more than enough to make congressmen wet their pants, many of them twice.

    Mr. Obama, safe behind the presidential shield, nevertheless got a taste of constituent anger at a distance when he tried to recruit America’s schoolkids into the Obama cult of hope, change, peace and other vaguely good stuff. Write a letter to yourself, his Education Ministry told the kids in “a lesson plan” distributed to classrooms across the country, and tell the president what you can do to help him. The operative word here, clearly, is “him.” This sounded a lot like a cult of presidential personality to millions of American parents – the bigots, evildoers and Nazis of the fevered and frightened Democratic imagination. Promote your agenda, but not with my kids, the parents told the White House, loud and clear.

    The White House, first dismissing the protests as “silly” and pretending that Mr. Obama’s speech was really only about hand-washing and good toilet etiquette, finally backed down with the familiar explanation that “we didn’t do it and we won’t do it again (at least until next time).” Arne Duncan, the secretary of education, offered a “clarification” that his bureaucrats were only trying to say that the kids should “write a letter about your own goals and what you’re going to do to achieve those goals.” Some “clarification.” If you can’t trust the teacher to write a simple declarative sentence in the first place, who can you trust?

    But Wednesday night, the children’s hour will be over, and the president’s real audience – the American public – will be eager to take Mr. Obama’s measure. This will be a crucial test of the teleprompter. The usual platitudes, empty eloquence and a reworking of earlier great moments in presidential grandiloquence won’t cut it. Congress will be waiting for genuine specifics about how he expects to “reform” health care, and the public will be waiting with more than a little skepticism.

    Mr. Obama has so far offered soft rhetoric instead of hard reality, and that was all right for the campaign. He was only feeding what he discovered was an insatiable appetite for pretty words delivered with easy charm and synthetic grace. Reality, alas, finally intrudes. This time there’s no one to apologize to, no one left to charm with buttered eloquence, no one left to applaud polished hackery.

    Having finally flayed the bones of George W. Bush into a handful of dust, the White House, unable to persuade and convince, in desperation turns its contempt on the American public. The president’s press spokesman Monday derided the parents’ protest as “an ‘Animal House’ food fight.” This sounds less like strategy than surrender. Mr. Obama was educated at Yale Law School, but a professor at Grinder Switch A&M could have told him that no matter how tempted he may be, a lawyer never insults the jury. The jury gets the last word.

  103. samiam60 says:

    President O’haha, what he says in 2006 and what he says now:

    “Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren,” Obama said in a 2006 floor speech that preceded a Senate vote to extend the debt limit. “America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership.”

    Obama later joined his Democratic colleagues in voting en bloc against raising the debt increase.

    Now Obama is asking Congress to raise the debt ceiling, something lawmakers are almost certain to do despite misgivings about the federal debt. The ceiling already has been hiked three times in the past two years, and the House took action earlier this year to raise the ceiling to $13 trillion.

  104. tellitlikeitis says:

    Poll: Support for Health Care Reform Tepid as More Americans Oppose Legislation
    Just 37 percent of Americans support the brewing bill, which is expected to be picked up again as Congress returns to session Tuesday following a month-long recess. A slightly larger number — 39 percent — want their congressmen to vote against the legislation. More Americans oppose health care reform than support it, as backing for President Obama’s hallmark legislation remains tepid following a month of combative town halls on the subject, according to a Gallup Poll released Tuesday.

    Just 37 percent of Americans support the pending legislation, which is expected to be picked up again as Congress returns to session Tuesday following a month-long recess. A slightly larger number — 39 percent — want their congressmen to vote against the bill, the poll found.

    Many members of Congress held heated meetings in the dog days of summer where supporters were often slammed for backing the $1.5 trillion package, but support for the legislation shifted only slightly from a month ago. Nearly a quarter of those polled by Gallup — 24 percent — still have no opinion on the issue.

    The poll shows the issue will likely be politically potent in 2010, as 64 percent of Americans say their representative’s position on health care reform will be a major factor in their vote in the next congressional election. Opponents of the bill are watching even more closely, as 82 percent say the issue will be a major factor in their vote in next year’s elections. More than three-fifths of supporters — 62 percent — say health care votes will be a major factor for them as well.

    The nationally conducted poll surveyed 1,026 adults from Aug. 31-Sept. 2 and has a 4-point margin of error. It found support for reform split along party lines, with independents leaning toward Republicans in clear opposition to the bill.

  105. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Sam.

  106. samiam60 says:

    “There is but one straight course, and that is to seek truth and pursue it steadily .”


  107. samiam60 says:

    Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.
    Winston Churchill

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  109. Foxwood says:


    United Nations Declares Dictator Fidel Castro “World Hero”

    By Competitive Enterprise Institute
    September 07, 2009

    The UN has declared Fidel Castro, the longtime Communist dictator of Cuba, the “World Hero of Solidarity.” Castro killed thousands and thousands of people during his rule, torturing some to death (including a few American citizens), and Cuba remains an oppressive dictatorship even today.

    The award was presented to Castro by the President of the UN General Assembly, Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann. D’Escoto Brockmann also successfully lobbied the Obama Administration to demand that Honduras allow the return to power of its ex-president and would-be dictator, Manuel Zelaya. (Two months ago, soldiers acting on orders of Honduras’s Supreme Court arrested Zelaya after he systematically abused his powers. After the Court quite legally declared that Zelaya was no longer president, he was duly replaced by Honduras’s Congress with a civilian, the Congressional Speaker). The Obama Administration recently decided to impose sanctions on Honduras, and indicated it will not recognize future democratic elections in Honduras unless Honduras first lets ex-president Zelaya return to power.

    Marxism seems to be back in fashion in Washington these days. Obama’s green jobs czar is the race-baiter Van Jones, a “a self-avowed communist” and Truther who believed that George Bush was behind the 9/11 attacks. Jones, who is busy orchestrating advertiser boycotts of Obama’s media critics, was until recently a “member of a radical communist group that was dedicated to ‘organizing a revolutionary movement in America.'”

    The race-baiting liberal Congresswoman Diane Watson (D-CA) recently praised Fidel Castro as a genius who “kicked out the wealthy” from Cuba.

    Many officials in the Obama Administration are sympathetic to Marxist regimes. For example, Obama’s appointee to be the FCC’s “diversity officer” is Mark Lloyd, a big fan of Venezuela’s socialist dictator, Hugo Chavez. Although Chavez has shot unarmed demonstrators, Lloyd has called socialist Venezuela a model, praised its authoritarian leader’s “incredible revolution” and defended his attacks on independent media. Obama’s nominee to be Assistant Secretary of State, Arturo Valenzuela, has a reputation as a loud defender of Venezuelan dictator Chavez’s terrible record on freedom of the press.

    By contrast, the Obama Administration is extremely hostile to non-communist Honduras and its democratically-elected legislature, demanding that they allow the return to power of Honduras’s bullying ex-president and would-be dictator. The ex-president’s removal was perfectly constitutional, say many experts, such as attorneys Octavio Sanchez, Miguel Estrada, and Dan Miller, former Assistant Secretary of State Kim Holmes, and Stanford’s William Ratliff.

  110. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hi Foxwood. What do you expect from the UN. I am not at all surprised.

  111. Foxwood says:

    They are taking up valuable real-estate.

  112. Foxwood says:

    “I looked at this story and thought of you Foxwood:

    It wasn’t me, I didn’t do it, nobody saw me do it, you can’t prove a thing!

  113. samhenry says:

    Well, and now you’ve done it FOX. You’ve inspired the following:

    A Pennsylvania history buff who recreates firearms from old wars accidentally fired a 2-pound cannonball through the wall of his neighbor’s home in Uniontown, Pa.

    William Maser, 54, fired a cannonball Wednesday evening outside his home in Georges Township that ricocheted and hit a house 400 yards away. The cannonball, about two inches in diameter, smashed through a window and a wall before landing in a closet. Authorities said nobody was hurt.

    State police charged Maser with reckless endangerment, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.

    No one answered the phone Friday at Maser’s home. He told WPXI-TV that recreating 19th-century cannons is a longtime hobby. He said he is sorry and he will stop shooting them on his property, about 35 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.

  114. samhenry says:

    Well, I guess I’m not the one to break the news. Poo on yoo Sami

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  116. arlenearmy says:

    Juan Williams is rolling his eyes. He just cant stand the idea of Obama losing heathcare debate.

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  118. samiam60 says:

    WASHINGTON – Taxpayers face losses on a significant portion of the $81 billion in government aid provided to the auto industry, an oversight panel said in a report to be released Wednesday.

    The Congressional Oversight Panel did not provide an estimate of the projected loss in its latest monthly report on the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program. But it said most of the $23 billion initially provided to General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC late last year is unlikely to be repaid.

    “I think they drove a very hard bargain,” said Elizabeth Warren, the panel’s chairwoman and a law professor at Harvard University, referring to the Obama administration’s Treasury Department. “But it may not be enough.”

    The prospect of recovering the government’s assistance to GM and Chrysler is heavily dependent on shares of the two companies rising to unprecedented levels, the report said. The government owns 10 percent of Chrysler and 61 percent of GM. The two companies are currently private but are expected to issue stock, in GM’s case by next year.

    The shares “will have to appreciate sharply” for taxpayers to get their money back, the report said.

    For example, GM’s market value would have to reach $67.6 billion, the report said, a “highly optimistic” estimate and more than the $57.2 billion GM was worth at the height of its share value in April 2008. And in the case of Chrysler, about $5.4 billion of the $14.3 billion provided to the company is “highly unlikely” to ever be repaid, the panel said.

    Treasury Department officials have acknowledged that most of the $23 billion provided by the Bush administration is likely to be lost. But Meg Reilly, a department spokeswoman, said there is a “reasonably high probability of the return of most or all of the government funding” that was provided to assist GM and Chrysler with their restructurings.

    Administration officials have previously said they want to maximize taxpayers’ return on the investment but want to dispose of the government’s ownership interests as soon as practicable.

    “We are not trying to be Warren Buffett here. We are not trying to squeeze every last dollar out,” Steve Rattner, who led the administration’s auto task force, said before his departure in July. “We do want to do well for the taxpayers but the most important thing is to get the government out of the car business.”

    Greg Martin, a spokesman for the new GM, said the company is “confident that we will repay our nation’s support because we are a company with less debt, a stronger balance sheet, a winning product portfolio and the right size to match today’s market realities.”

    The Congressional Oversight Panel was created as part of the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP. It is designed to provide an additional layer of oversight, beyond the Special Inspector General for the TARP and regular audits by the Government Accountability Office.

    The panel’s report recommends that the Treasury Department consider placing its auto company holdings into an independent trust, to avoid any “conflicts of interest.”

    The report also recommends the department perform a legal analysis of its decision to provide TARP funds to GM and Chrysler, their financing arms and many auto parts suppliers. Some critics say the law creating TARP didn’t allow for such funding.

    The panel’s members include Rep. Jeb Hensarling, a Texas Republican, who dissented from the report. Hensarling said the auto companies should never have received funding and criticized the government for picking “winners and losers.”

    Other agencies have also projected large losses on the loans and investments provided to the industry. The Congressional Budget Office estimated in June that taxpayers would lose about $40 billion of the first $55 billion in aid.

  119. Foxwood says:

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

  120. VotingFemale says:

    Foxwood! You are suppose to be shooting blanks in that cannon!

    Now look what you did to that building in Turkey!


  121. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Everyone! Read this.

    Listening to a Liar

    By Thomas Sowell | The most important thing about what anyone says are not the words themselves but the credibility of the person who says them.

    The words of convicted swindler Bernie Madoff were apparently quite convincing to many people who were regarded as knowledgeable and sophisticated. If you go by words, you can be led into anything.

    No doubt millions of people will be listening to the words of President Barack Obama Wednesday night when he makes a televised address to a joint session of Congress on his medical care plans. But, if they think that the words he says are what matters, they can be led into something much worse than being swindled out of their money.

    One plain fact should outweigh all the words of Barack Obama and all the impressive trappings of the setting in which he says them: He tried to rush Congress into passing a massive government takeover of the nation’s medical care before the August recess— for a program that would not take effect until 2013!

    Whatever President Obama is, he is not stupid. If the urgency to pass the medical care legislation was to deal with a problem immediately, then why postpone the date when the legislation goes into effect for years— more specifically, until the year after the next Presidential election?


    Every weekday publishes what many in the media and Washington consider “must-reading”. HUNDREDS of columnists and cartoonists regularly appear. Sign up for the daily update. It’s free. Just click here.

    If this is such an urgently needed program, why wait for years to put it into effect? And if the public is going to benefit from this, why not let them experience those benefits before the next Presidential election?

    If it is not urgent that the legislation goes into effect immediately, then why don’t we have time to go through the normal process of holding Congressional hearings on the pros and cons, accompanied by public discussions of its innumerable provisions? What sense does it make to “hurry up and wait” on something that is literally a matter of life and death?

    If we do not believe that the President is stupid, then what do we believe? The only reasonable alternative seems to be that he wanted to get this massive government takeover of medical care passed into law before the public understood what was in it.

    Moreover, he wanted to get re-elected in 2012 before the public experienced what its actual consequences would be.

    Unfortunately, this way of doing things is all too typical of the way this administration has acted on a wide range of issues.

    Consider the “stimulus” legislation. Here the administration was successful in rushing a massive spending bill through Congress in just two days— after which it sat on the President’s desk for three days, while he was away on vacation. But, like the medical care legislation, the “stimulus” legislation takes effect slowly.

    The Congressional Budget Office estimates that it will be September 2010 before even three-quarters of the money will be spent. Some economists expect that it will not all be spent by the end of 2010.

    What was the rush to pass it, then? It was not to get that money out into the economy as fast as possible. It was to get that money— and the power that goes with it— into the hands of the government. Power is what politics is all about.

    The worst thing that could happen, from the standpoint of those seeking more government power over the economy, would be for the economy to begin recovering on its own while months were being spent debating the need for a “stimulus” bill. As the President’s chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, said, you can’t let a crisis “go to waste” when “it’s an opportunity to do things you could not do before.”

    There are lots of people in the Obama administration who want to do things that have not been done before— and to do them before the public realizes what is happening.

    The proliferation of White House “czars” in charge of everything from financial issues to media issues is more of the same circumvention of the public and of the Constitution. Czars don’t have to be confirmed by the Senate, the way Cabinet members must be, even though czars may wield more power, so you may never know what these people are like, until it is too late.

    What Barack Obama says Wednesday night is not nearly as important as what he has been doing— and how he has been doing it.

  122. tellitlikeitis says:

    Statement on the Current Health Care Debate
    Friday, August 7, 2009 at 1:26pm

    As more Americans delve into the disturbing details of the nationalized health care plan that the current administration is rushing through Congress, our collective jaw is dropping, and we’re saying not just no, but hell no!

    The Democrats promise that a government health care system will reduce the cost of health care, but as the economist Thomas Sowell has pointed out, government health care will not reduce the cost; it will simply refuse to pay the cost. And who will suffer the most when they ration care? The sick, the elderly, and the disabled, of course. The America I know and love is not one in which my parents or my baby with Down Syndrome will have to stand in front of Obama’s “death panel” so his bureaucrats can decide, based on a subjective judgment of their “level of productivity in society,” whether they are worthy of health care. Such a system is downright evil.

    Health care by definition involves life and death decisions. Human rights and human dignity must be at the center of any health care discussion.

    Rep. Michele Bachmann highlighted the Orwellian thinking of the president’s health care advisor, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, the brother of the White House chief of staff, in a floor speech to the House of Representatives. I commend her for being a voice for the most precious members of our society, our children and our seniors.

    We must step up and engage in this most crucial debate. Nationalizing our health care system is a point of no return for government interference in the lives of its citizens. If we go down this path, there will be no turning back. Ronald Reagan once wrote, “Government programs, once launched, never disappear. Actually, a government bureau is the nearest thing to eternal life we’ll ever see on this earth.” Let’s stop and think and make our voices heard before it’s too late.

    – Sarah Palin

  123. tellitlikeitis says:


  124. tellitlikeitis says:

  125. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Tellit, VF.

    Just me. It’s no,t a matter of debate. It’s a matter of right and wrong. What’s right is fixing healthcare. What’s wrong is becoming Communist. This is not about healthcare. Like Sowell said, if it was so urgent, why are do we have to wait after the bill is passed?

    Because it’s not urgent, it’s not about healthcare, it’s about bringing in Communism to the United States.

    Next cellsite.

  126. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Foxwood. Are you going to watch the teleprompter puppet on tv tonight? I would but I don’t want to throw up on my carpet.

  127. Foxwood says:


    It’s a smoke screen. The Senate is trying to pass Cass Sunstein right now. Call your Senators and Congressman.

    Check out the website.

  128. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning Foxwood, Tellit, and VF.

  129. samiam60 says:

    “Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil…because they have rejected the law of the Lord of hosts” (Isa 5:20a,24b) “For Satan himself transforms himself into an angel of light.” (2 Cor 11:14)

  130. Foxwood says:

    VF, Tellit, Sami,

    Check out the website and call your politicians. These guys are voting on this right now.

  131. tellitlikeitis says:

  132. Foxwood says:

    This guy is as scary as Van Jones, Tellit.

  133. Foxwood says:

    I didn’t know Czars got confirmed. Apparently they get an up or down vote, but after that they only answer to Obutthole.

  134. tellitlikeitis says:

    Foxwood, I thought the czars were appointed by Obama. Anyway it looks like Obama is setting up a shadow government.

  135. tellitlikeitis says:

    Here is what we have to look forward to under Obama care.

    ‘Doctors told me it was against the rules to save my premature baby’

  136. Foxwood says:

    That is what I thought, but Glenn Beck is telling everyone to call your Senators. David Vitter’s office said they are voting on him today.

  137. Foxwood says:

    We are going down the Communist road. They are trying to do it under the radar. Once it’s in, the thumb will be on all of us.

  138. tellitlikeitis says:

    It looks like they are going to ram this right down our throats.

    Pelosi and Reid Tell President: We Have the Votes; President Wants Bill Passed Soon
    September 08, 2009 6:20 PM

    While White House spokesman Robert Gibbs today refrained from telling reporters whether President Obama in his speech Wednesday night will set a deadline for passing health care reform, sources tell ABC News that in his private meeting with Democratic congressional leaders this afternoon the key word was urgency.

    The president told House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., that it is important for them to pass health care reform bills soon, the sources said.

    Both leaders told the president that despite the difficult rough and tumble of the legislative process in the last few weeks, they are optimistic that both the House and Senate can pass health care reform legislation.

    What will be in the bill remains an open question, though after the meeting, Reid told reporters that “we’re going to do our very best to have a public option or something like a public option before we finish this work.”

    user comments.

    Hurry up and Push it…and hurry up and see that none of you will be re-elected. Thanks for not listening to the people that put you where you are.

    The “urgency” of pushing this health care bill has been there since the onset of it and it back fired. Through town hall meetings, tea parties, letters to our representatives to the very internet we the US citizenry have made it amptly clear that we do not want Obama’s health care system, in any form. In fact we do not want this man to decide in any way our health care as he has proven fiscally inept through his massive bail outs and he has revealed his far left wing agenda that borders on communism and his contempt of the free market system, the private interprise, and our Democratic way of life. Obama, and more importantly those that support him, have turned out to represent America’s most darkest hour.

  139. tellitlikeitis says:

    Foxwood, I don’t think people are just going to sit idle while they force communism down our throats. At some point there will be a rebellion.

  140. Foxwood says:

    I’m up for it.

  141. Foxwood says:

    New blog post update! I feel it in the psychic world.

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  143. VotingFemale says:

    You are too funny Fox!!!

    Yup, now blog post is done…

    Foxwood says

    New blog post update! I feel it in the psychic world.

  144. tellitlikeitis says:

    The town hall meetings are the first step in a peaceful rebellion. The dissent will grow more and more in my opinion because Obama will try to ram more and more down our throats. I believe Obama and company are doing this by design to create some kind of public insurrestion to which he will institute martial law, suspend the constitution,and create a dictatorship. If that happens all bets are off.

  145. Foxwood says:

    Did I say psychic?

    Hmmm… Meant Psychotic…

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