SNL – Obama Accomplishments? Just 2, Jack & Squat (video)

This video speaks for itself

Obama’s Reaction: When I lost SNL,
I know I’ve lost the Country

Saturday Night Live
Now on RESL
The Racist  Enemy Sh*t List

White House Cancels Briefing on Russian Nuclear Physicists Helping Iran build Bomb to discuss plan to Nationalize SNL.

Department of Homeland Security on High Alert!

White House Emergency Action List
Classification: TOP SECRET – PSYOP

  • Classify SNL as a Right Wing White Supremacist Terror Group
  • FAA to Update No-Fly List
  • Napolitano to make emergency NYC trip to head up SNL Threat Task Force
  • Federal Marshals to be assigned
  • Meet with FBI and CIA… uhhh …scratch CIA, add SEIU
  • Order Emergency Training for SNL Sniffing Dogs
  • See if Tina Fey is getting facial surgery to look like Valerie Jarrett
  • Investigate report Oprah changing name to OhNoPrah

Thou Shalt Not Mock God, SNL!
You have done it now! …just sayin’

Run SNL Run!!!
You White Supremacists!


October 3rd, 2009, a day that will live …in infamy

Opening Skit of SNL committed a Socialist Felony and now, will be forever targeted by all the moonbats and their fearless leaders for crimes of Racist Sacrilege against The Holy One.


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47 Responses to SNL – Obama Accomplishments? Just 2, Jack & Squat (video)

  1. Foxwood says:

    I couldn’t help myself…

  2. Foxwood says:

    I like the snake flag, VF. It just needs to say the first part only tho…

  3. Foxwood says:

    Hasn’t John Stuart already started on Obutthole? If that’s the case, you’ve got the children of our country making fun of Obutthole. We might have a chance here.

    Where’s Colbert on this?

  4. Foxwood says:

    Even the Buckinghams are upset about the Olympics…

  5. Foxwood says:

    For SamH.

    In the event of something happening to me,
    There is something I would like you all to see.
    Its just a photograph of someone that I knew.

    Have you seen my wife, Mr. Jones?
    Do you know what its like on the outside?
    Don’t go talking too loud, you’ll cause a landslide, Mr. Jones.

    I keep straining my ears to hear a sound.
    Maybe someone is digging underground,
    Or have they given up and all gone home to bed,
    Thinking those who once existed must be dead.

    Have you seen my wife, Mr. Jones?
    Do you know what its like on the outside?
    Don’t go talking too loud, you’ll cause a landslide, Mr. Jones.

    In the event of something happening to me,
    There is something I would like you all to see.
    Its just a photograph of someone that I knew.

    Have you seen my wife, Mr. Jones?
    Do you know what its like on the outside?
    Don’t go talking too loud, youll cause a landslide, Mr. Jones.

  6. Foxwood says:

    Here’s to the Manchurian Candidate, Berry Obutthole…
    Secret Asian Man!

  7. Taximom says:

    Bahahahhahaaaaa!!! Thanks for posting this. Someone mentioned it on a comment thread last night, but I didn’t believe SNL could really do something like this! Yay for them! What a great ending to BO’s bad, horrible, awful week. LOL

  8. Foxwood says:

    I think we’ve blogged before Taxiamon, but this use of the 5# rules for radicals against Berry Obutthole is a good thing, to quote Martha Stewart.

  9. Foxwood says:

    Are you feeling lonely, Mr President?

  10. Foxwood says:

    Don’t mind the video, the music is sweet.

  11. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Evening my friends! This is a musy watch video.

  12. VotingFemale says:

    Good Night Foxwood, my dear friend…

    Tomorrow is but one less day of the Odrama lol

    See everyone in the morning!

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  14. samiam60 says:

    Good morning all my patriot friends.
    I am not a fan of Jon Stewart but saw this on CNN’s web page and thought it funny enough to share:

  15. samiam60 says:

    The American’s Creed: I believe in the United States of America, as a government of the people, by the people, for the people; whose just powers are derived from the consent of the governed; a democracy in a republic; a sovereign Nation of many sover…eign States; a perfect union, one and inseparable; established upon those principles of freedom, equality, justice, and humanity for which American patriots sacrificed their lives and fortunes.I therefore believe it is my duty to my country to love it, to support its Constitution, to obey its laws, to respect its flag, and to defend it against all enemies.— William Tyler Page

  16. samiam60 says:

    Mr.Obama we will never allow you to do this to Our America!

  17. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Samiam, dear!

    I shall go view your posted videos now…

  18. VotingFemale says:

    More and more true Americans are wising up and joining in with resistance to those who would turn America into a socialist state.

    That energy activation is the good side of all this.

    We are not Russian nor Chinese nor Koreans…

    We are Americans… a whole different bred of cat all together.

  19. VotingFemale says:

    I am around, just poking around the net to see what is going on… the Fringe Media must feel like whipped dogs who need a victim to attack to quell their bitterness that Obutthole got handed his ass in the most public way possible when the OIC sent him home in humiliation.

  20. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning SamHenry! I know you are up and lurking

  21. samiam60 says:

    Sandra Day O’Connor says rulings are being ‘dismantled’

    WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — Retired Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O’Connor says she regrets that some of her decisions “are being dismantled” by the current Supreme Court.

    O’Connor, who generally has avoided questions on the substance of the court under Chief Justice John Roberts, made the observation during a wide-ranging and unusually candid panel discussion over the weekend.

    Asked how she felt about the fact that the current court had undone some of her rulings, the nation’s first woman justice responded, “What would you feel? I’d be a little bit disappointed. If you think you’ve been helpful, and then it’s dismantled, you think, ‘Oh, dear.’ But life goes on. It’s not always positive.”

    O’Connor, appointed by Ronald Reagan in 1981, was a moderate conservative who often brokered compromises among justices and across ideological lines.

    Since she retired in 2006, the court has become more conservative and retreated from some rulings in which she crafted consensus, including on abortion rights, campaign finance and government race-based policies.

    During the Saturday panel sponsored by the William and Mary Law School, O’Connor emphasized the value of diversity on the bench — in sex, professional experience, geography and religion.

    She said she was glad another woman was on the court. Justice Sonia Sotomayor, the third woman justice in history and the first Latina, succeeded David Souter in August. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the other woman on the court. “It’s not enough,” O’Connor declared.

    O’Connor, a former legislator in Arizona, said it was important for a president to pick justices from a variety of backgrounds. All nine of the current justices were elevated from U.S. appeals courts.

    “I don’t think we should have nine clones up there,” O’Connor said.

    Asked about regional diversity, she said, “I don’t think they should all be of one faith, and I don’t think they should all be from one state.” On the court are now a record six Catholics; two are Jewish; one, Protestant.

    O’Connor, 79, lapsed into levity during the discussion when asked what it was like to appear on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart last March. In a mock whisper she said, “I didn’t know what to think. I had never seen it.”

  22. VotingFemale says:

    mmm… O’Conner is right that the supreme court should not be all one party… any party having total power will get reset by the public… left or right.

  23. VotingFemale says:

    a good way for the DEM party to get their ass drop kicked by we the people is for them to do what they are doing now…

    the majority has always been non-extreme… not too far to the left and not too far to the right.

    The way the DEM party is now being kicked is by the majority going further to the right as the DEMs go further to the left.

    It always goes this way… and is why the DEMs got the power… Bush pushed it to an extreme and the right got a reset for it.

  24. VotingFemale says:

    Now is not the time to advocate moderation… now is the time to advocate very strong conservatism.

    and it is working.

    The DEMs have seriously overplayed their hand by installing a Marxist, even though he denies he is a Marxist. He is a Marxist and the country knows it.

  25. samiam60 says:

    Billions in U.S. Aid Never Reached Pakistan Army

    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — The United States has long suspected that much of the billions of dollars it has sent Pakistan to battle militants has been diverted to the domestic economy and other causes, such as fighting India.

    Now the scope and longevity of the misuse is becoming clear: Between 2002 and 2008, while Al Qaeda regrouped, only $500 million of the $6.6 billion in American aid actually made it to the Pakistani military, two army generals tell The Associated Press.

    The account of the generals, who asked to remain anonymous because military rules forbid them from speaking publicly, was backed up by other retired and active generals, former bureaucrats and government ministers.

    At the time of the siphoning, Pervez Musharraf, a Washington ally, served as both chief of staff and president, making it easier to divert money intended for the military to bolster his sagging image at home through economic subsidies.

    “The army itself got very little,” said retired Gen. Mahmud Durrani, who was Pakistan’s ambassador to the U.S. under Musharraf. “It went to things like subsidies, which is why everything looked hunky-dory. The military was financing the war on terror out of its own budget.”

    Generals and ministers say the diversion of the money hurt the military in very real ways:

    —Helicopters critical to the battle in rugged border regions were not available. At one point in 2007, more than 200 soldiers were trapped by insurgents in the tribal regions without a helicopter lift to rescue them.

    —The limited night vision equipment given to the army was taken away every three months for inventory and returned three weeks later.

    —Equipment was broken, and training was lacking. It was not until 2007 that money was given to the Frontier Corps, the front-line force, for training.

    The details on misuse of American aid come as Washington again promises Pakistan money. Legislation to triple general aid to Pakistan cleared Congress last week. The legislation also authorizes “such sums as are necessary” for military assistance to Pakistan, upon several conditions. The conditions include certification that Pakistan is cooperating in stopping the proliferation of nuclear weapons, that Pakistan is making a sustained commitment to combating terrorist groups and that Pakistan security forces are not subverting the country’s political or judicial processes.

    The U.S. is also insisting on more accountability for reimbursing money spent. For example, Pakistan is still waiting for $1.7 billion for which it has billed the United States under a Coalition Support Fund to reimburse allies for money spent on the war on terror.

    But the U.S. still can’t follow what happens to the money it doles out.

    “We don’t have a mechanism for tracking the money after we have given it to them,” Pentagon spokesman Lt. Col. Mark Wright said in a telephone interview.

    Musharraf’s spokesman, retired Gen. Rashid Quereshi, flatly denied that his former boss had shortchanged the army. He did not address the specific charges. “He has answered these questions. He has answered all the questions,” the spokesman said. Musharraf took power in a bloodless coup in 1999 and resigned in August 2008.

    The misuse of funding helps to explain how al-Qaida, dismantled in Afghanistan in 2001, was able to regroup, grow and take on the weak Pakistani army. Even today, the army complains of inadequate equipment to battle Taliban entrenched in tribal regions.

    For its part, Washington did not ask many questions of a leader, Musharraf, whom it considered an ally, according to a U.S. Government Accountability Office report released last year.

    Pakistan has received more money from the fund than any other nation. It is also the least expensive war front. The amount the U.S. spends per soldier per month is just $928, compared with $76,870 in Afghanistan and $85,640 in Iraq.

    Yet by 2008, the United States had provided Pakistan with $8.6 billion in military money, and more than $12 billion in all.

    “The army was sending in the bills,” said one general who asked not to be identified because it is against military rules to speak publicly. “The army was taking from its coffers to pay for the war effort — the access roads construction, the fuel, everything. … This is the reality — the army got peanuts.”

    Some of the money from the U.S. even went to buying weapons from the United States better suited to fighting India than in the border regions of Afghanistan — armor-piercing tow missiles, sophisticated surveillance equipment, air-to-air missiles, maritime patrol aircraft, anti-ship missiles and F-16 fighter aircraft.

    “Pakistan insisted and America agreed. Pakistan said we also have a threat from other sources,” Durrani said, referring to India, “and we have to strengthen our overall capacity. “The money was used to buy and support capability against India.”

    The army also suffered from mismanagement, Durrani said. As an example, he cited Pakistani attempts to buy badly needed attack helicopters.

    Pakistan asked for Cobra helicopters because it knows how to maintain them, he said. But the helicopters were old, and to make them battle-ready, the Pentagon sent them to a company that had no experience with Cobras and took two years, he said.

    As a result, in 2007, Pakistan had only one working helicopter — a debilitating handicap in the battle against insurgents who hide, train and attack from the hulking mountains that run like a seam along the Afghan-Pakistani border.

    The army was also frustrated about not getting more money. Military spokesman Gen. Athar Abbas said the U.S. gave nothing to offset the cost of Pakistan’s dead and wounded in the war on terror. He estimated 1,800 Pakistani soldiers had been killed since 2003 and 4,800 more wounded, most of them seriously.

    The hospital and rehabilitation costs for the wounded have come to more than $25 million, Abbas said. Pakistan’s military also gives land to the widows of the dead, educates their children and provides health care.

    “These costs do not appear anywhere,” he said. “There is no U.S. compensation for the casualties, assistance with aid to the grieving families.”

    Even while money was being siphoned off for other purposes on Pakistan’s end, the U.S. imposed little control over or even had specific knowledge of what went where, according to reports by the U.S. Government Accountability Office. The reports covered 2002 through 2008.

    The reports found that the Pentagon often ignored its own oversight rules, didn’t get adequate documents and doled out money without asking for an explanation.

    For more than a year, the Pentagon paid Pakistan’s navy $19,000 a month per vehicle just for repair costs on a fleet of fewer than 20 vehicles. Monthly food bills doubled for no apparent reason, and for a year the Pentagon paid the bills without checking, according to the report.

    Daniyal Aziz, a minister in Musharraf’s government, said he warned U.S. officials that the money they were giving his government was being misused, but to no avail.

    “They both deserved each other, Musharraf and the Americans,” he said.

  26. samiam60 says:

    Now the scope and longevity of the misuse is becoming clear: Between 2002 and 2008, while Al Qaeda regrouped, only $500 million of the $6.6 billion in American aid actually made it to the Pakistani military, two army generals tell The Associated Press.

    The American People should be outraged.

  27. VotingFemale says:

    Not surprising, Samiam.
    Pakistan when from being on the terrorist country list to ally over night.

    Remember the oil for food program for Iraqis?

    Money breeds corruption. Hello Chicago!

  28. VotingFemale says:

    Likely some of that money went to funding Al Qaeda.

    I do not trust Pakistan.

  29. VotingFemale says:

    I took Foxwood’s advice and changed the dont tread on me flag upper right to simply say…


  30. VotingFemale says:

    Click on the flag and see where it sends you!


  31. samiam60 says:

    I love the Flag Change VF, Bite me says it all to the Libs don’t it?

    I have never trusted Pakistan either and felt they were as used as a lessor of two evils choice.

  32. boudicabpi says:

    I am going to post the video and link back to read your post with a thank you. Keep up the great work.
    Bob A.

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  34. VotingFemale says:

    You are welcome Bob and hat tips are always appreciated, dear.

  35. VotingFemale says:

    Did you click on that flag to see where it sends you??? I think you will like it!

    samiam60 says

    I love the Flag Change VF, Bite me says it all to the Libs don’t it?

    I have never trusted Pakistan either and felt they were as used as a lessor of two evils choice.

  36. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Everyone!

    IG Report Finds Paulsen, Bernanke Misled Public on Bank Rescues
    Report says then-Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and other officials were wrong to contend that all nine banks receiving the first round of bailout support — $125 billion — were sound.

    WASHINGTON — The credibility of the government’s $700 billion financial rescue program was damaged by claims a year ago that all of the initial banks receiving support were healthy, a new report contends.

    Special Inspector General Neil Barofsky generally found that the government had acted properly in October 2008 as it scrambled to implement the Troubled Asset Relief Program to avert the collapse of the U.S. financial system.

    But the report said that then-Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and other officials were wrong to contend at an Oct. 14 press conference that all nine institutions receiving the first round of support — $125 billion — were sound.

    “These are healthy institutions, and they have taken this step for the good of the economy,” Paulson had declared at the time.

    Barofsky said that the fact that Citigroup Inc. and Bank of America Corp. soon required billions in additional assistance highlighted the inaccuracy of that claim and raised questions about the whole effort. In addition, Merrill Lynch, which was also in the original nine, was in the process of being acquired by Bank of America because of its weakening financial position.

    “Statements that are less than careful or forthright — like those made in this case — may ultimately undermine the public’s understanding and support,” the report said. “This loss of public support could damage the government’s credibility and have long-term unintended consequences that actually hamper the government’s ability to respond to crises.”

    In announcing the $125 billion in support to the nine institutions, Paulson had said that by building up the capital reserves of these healthy institutions, it would allow them to resume normal lending to businesses and consumers and help stabilize the financial system.

    The nine institutions, including JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Wells Fargo & Co., held about 75 percent of the assets of the U.S. banking system at the time.

    A joint statement from Treasury, the Federal Reserve and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. also referred to the nine institutions as healthy.

    In commenting on Barofsky’s report, the Federal Reserve generally supported the findings, saying “transparency and effective communications are important to restoring and maintaining public confidence, especially during a financial crisis.”

    But Assistant Treasury Secretary Herbert Allison Jr., who now heads the bailout program for the government, said that any critique of the announcements made a year ago should take into consideration the unprecedented circumstances facing financial regulators at the time.

    “We believe the most important lesson from this history is that quick, forceful action prevented a catastrophic meltdown of the system,” Allison wrote in his response to Barofsky’s findings.

    Barofsky serves as the auditor for the Troubled Asset Relief Program, a position that was created by Congress when it passed the $700 billion bailout fund on Oct. 3, 2008.

    In his new report, Barofsky reviewed Paulson’s decision to switch the focus of the program from buying up toxic assets from banks to spur new lending to direct injections of capital. The report cited developments that supported Paulson’s contention that financial conditions were deteriorating so quickly that the government did not have the time needed to get the toxic asset program up and running.

    The government just announced last week that two large investment funds have raised the minimum amounts needed to begin purchasing toxic assets from banks, a full year after Congress authorized the program.

    The new report also provided information on interviews conducted with embattled Bank of America CEO Kenneth Lewis and Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke over their conversations regarding Bank of America’s acquisition of Merrill Lynch.

    A congressional committee has investigated whether the government pressured Lewis, who announced this past week that he would leave Bank of America at year’s end, to continue with the merger despite sharply rising losses at Merrill Lynch and to delay revealing those losses.

    The report said that it had “found nothing to indicate Treasury and Federal Reserve officials instructed Bank of America executives to withhold the public disclosure of losses,” the report said.

  37. VotingFemale says:

    new blogpost almost done…

  38. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Tellit!

    mmmmm…. Obama Administration been lyin?

    say it ain’t so!


    the rabbit hole just keeps going deeper and deeper

  39. VotingFemale says:

    back to work to finish up new blogpost..

    it is just “ducky!” 😉

  40. tellitlikeitis says:

    HSBC Chief Warns of Second Downturn: Report

    HSBC Chief Executive Michael Geoghegan is cautious about “growing too fast” because he fears a second economic downturn could force the bank to make write-downs, he said in an interview with the Financial Times.

    Sharon Lorimer

    Geoghegan told the FT he thought recovery would be W-shaped rather than V-shaped.

    Geoghegan said that if he is right, “we have to be very careful we don’t grow the balance sheet so far before the recovery has come, only to write it back into the impairment line later on. I’m cautious about growing too fast,” the FT quoted him as saying.

    The FT said another senior executive told it that he expected HSBC to make medium-sized acquisitions a priority, with troubled banks’ subsidiaries an area of interest. He highlighted “bits of Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland,” the FT said.

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