Ask Carol Browner, What would a Communist do and not do as a Energy/Climate Obama CZAR?

carol browner presenting at Socialist International

Ask Carol Browner, What would a Communist do and not do as a Energy/Climate Obama CZAR? …and watch the song and dance show… deflecting from the question and changing the subject to the lipstick imbued topics of “for the good of…” Free Market Killing agendas Obama is attempting to shove down the throat of Moderate Americans.

Ask her why Obama’s approval is less than 50% and dropping…

Ask her why Congress’s approval is in the 20% range…

Ask her what she disagrees with specifically with Communism. and nail her down on it.

Ask her why her Socialist Track Record has been systematically scrubbed from the Internet.

Ask her why Socialists/Marxists/Communists in American Politics do not stand proud and openly declare themselves and promote openly, their Ideology and their Favorite Political Philosophers… such as Chairman Mao Tse-Tung, yet publicly extol the political virtues of Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez to whitewash the monsters.

Ask her all that and watch the Team Obama Spin like Whirling Dervishes…

Tapped by Obama to help Fundamentally Transfor America

Tapped by Obama to help Fundamentally Transform America


Obama’s Energy Czar: Socialist Agent For World Government
Socialist International

scrubs Carol Browner but deep connections to Bilderberg and globalist agenda remain

Paul Joseph Watson
Propaganda Matrix
Friday, January 9, 2009

Barack Obama’s “climate czar” Carol Browner has been exposed as being a member of Socialist International, a highly influential group headed by a Bilderberg Group luminary that calls for the implementation of global government, despite Socialist International’s attempts to seemingly “memory-hole” information about Browner on their website.

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand that Obama and his cabinet are preparing to exploit fearmongering about global warming to push new measures of taxation, regulation and internationalism. Obama himself has vigorously promoted the revival of a bill that would slash carbon emissions by 80 per cent, a move that would inflict a new Great Depression, cost millions of jobs, and sink America to near third world status.

Obama has also publicly stated his intention to create a new infrastructure of “green brigades” and informants to regulate every aspect of our behavior in the name of saving the planet under the guise of a “national civilian security force,” a cadre we are guaranteed will be as strong or stronger than the U.S. Army.

To carry out this agenda, Obama is busy filling his cabinet with extremists who are members of organizations that are openly hostile to America remaining a free market society and a sovereign country.

Carol Browner, who is is slated to be Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change in the Obama Administration, is a member of Socialist International, a group that calls for the institution of “democratic forms of global governance as the foundation for building a peaceful and sustainable world society overall.”

That’s funny, because I don’t remember reading anywhere in the Constitution, the document that Obama will swear to uphold at his inauguration on January 20, about “global governance” or the need to implement it. Indeed, global governance in any form is inherently undemocratic because it centralizes more power into fewer hands.

Socialist International’s charter of principles also states that “A principal task of new global governance must be to ensure that the benefits of global economic growth and the opportunities for economic development are distributed fairly” (a ‘benign’ socialist world government).

The group also calls for a new international financial framework to replace Bretton Woods, a proposal that Obama has staunchly advocated.

Socialist International has deep connections with the Bilderberg Group. The former President of Socialist International, António Guterres, is a Bilderberg member, as is current President George A. Papandreou. Other Socialist International vice-presidents include Israeli Minister of Defense Ehud Barak and Gordon Brown, the current British Prime Minister.

At the Congress of the Socialist International held last June 30-July 2, the organization all but announced its plan to mandate an international tax in the name of combating global warming. “Market solutions alone are insufficient and will not provide the financial support and resources necessary to achieve the required combination of deep emission reduction, adaptation to already changing climate conditions, energy security and equitable and environmentally sound economic development,” according to the group.

“Again, that’s bureaucratese,” writes the DC Examiner, “It means that international taxes should be imposed to provide the “resources necessary” to impose what the CSWS repeatedly refers to as a ‘regime” against “global warming.” By appointing Browner to a White House post, Obama has at the least implicitly endorsed an utterly radical socialist agenda for his administration’s environmental policy. The incoming chief executive thus strengthens critics who contend environmental policies aren’t really about protecting endangered species or preserving virgin lands, but rather expanding government power and limiting individual freedom.”

“Conservatives are often accused of scaremongering when they claim left-wing environmentalists are actually socialists hiding behind green disguises. But with Carol Browner, incoming President Barack Obama’s freshly appointed Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change – the so-called White House “Climate Czar” – there is no question about the socialism.”

Oddly enough, as soon as blogs began talking about Browner’s socialist affiliations, the Socialist International website scrubbed from its web site the fact that President-elect Obama’s energy/environment czar was an official with SI.

As the Junk Science blog notes, “If there’s nothing wrong with an acknowledged socialist being a top Obama administration official, then what’s up with the mysterious and Stalinist-like disappearance of Browner from SI’s web site?” Junk Science was able to save a PDF file showing Browner’s photo on the website as of January 2, but you won’t find it there now.


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248 Responses to Ask Carol Browner, What would a Communist do and not do as a Energy/Climate Obama CZAR?

  1. Foxwood says:

    I’m gonna continue to harp on it. TAKE THE BLOODY RED PILL AND WAKE UP, YOU MORONS!

    Socialism is rampant in government and the public school system. That is why your so complacent about Socialism. You don’t understand the true meaning of it.

    You’ve been taught that the founding fathers were wrong and America is to blame for the worlds troubles. You’ve been taught that Socialism is the nicer, better, more equal way to run government.

    You poor, pathetic, stupid MORONS!

  2. VotingFemale says:

    The systematic banning of personally displaying the American Flags is an indication of the boldness of the Socialists and Communist agenda…

    These stories are surfacing daily…

  3. VotingFemale says:

    They are bold in measured testing ways…

  4. samiam60 says:

    Do these Socialist idiots realize that Women are 2nd class citizens under communism?

  5. Foxwood says:

    Can’t have an American flag in the window of your apartment, on your school locker, on your fire department locker…

    You can’t show patriotism. That’s the Socialist/Commie way.

    Pinko Bastards!

  6. Foxwood says:

    You Commie better take note! Better run…

  7. Foxwood says:

    Kinda reminds me of what we used to do to Commies!

  8. Foxwood says:

    I’m so glad I’m an American. I fly my flag with patriotism on in my yard.

  9. Foxwood says:

    The first known intentional recording of feedback on a song.

  10. Foxwood says:

    Living in the USA w/o Communism!

  11. Foxwood says:


  12. Foxwood says:


  13. Foxwood says:

    Better dead than Red!

  14. Foxwood says:

    Hotdogs and Ribs are done! Smokin the Hamburgers and pork chops right now!

  15. Foxwood says:

    Whoa dude! I didn’t know you could get off smokin a pork rib. Anyone wanna toke? Whoa!

  16. Foxwood says:

    Anyone want some milk, dude?

  17. Foxwood says:

    I’m a greedy bastard Capitalist.

  18. Foxwood says:

    Some old gold soul…

  19. VotingFemale says:

    ohhh fox!!!

    you are such a cutie-pie!

  20. Foxwood says:

    One from Sami’s neck of the woods…

  21. Foxwood says:

    Hamburgers and joints… I mean pork chops are done!

  22. Foxwood says:

    One of my favorite vids. It’s kind of messed up, but I like it.

  23. Foxwood says:

    I’m an Animal, babe!

  24. samhenry says:

    FOX, you’re one toke over the line – you know very well that Peggy Lee did the best rendition of fever.

  25. samhenry says:

    And guess what, FOX – I put a spell on you!

  26. Foxwood says:

    Some Ernie K-Doe for SamH!

  27. Foxwood says:

    Sing it for me girl!

  28. Foxwood says:

    Forget about the do and think about me!

  29. samhenry says:

    Ooooooh FOX – those are wonderful songs – you have a wonderful collection in your head. You really got a hold on me!

  30. samhenry says:

    Have to get into the sunlight and into some gardening work, FOX. Never can say good–bye!

    PS – I’d love to have one of those crims-solving artsts that do the aging photos of kids do one of Jackson so that we could see what he would have really looked like!

  31. samhenry says:

    Milk cow – you talking to me, man? You talking to me?

  32. samhenry says:

    Now you be careful with that barbecue, FOX. Don’t let that smoke get in your eyes!

  33. Foxwood says:

    You don’t want to know, SamH. I had a comic book collection and a rock n roll collection like you wouldn’t believe. I no longer have them or my wife…

  34. Foxwood says:

    Something I’ll never get back but I have my memories…

  35. samhenry says:

    Now this is it FOX.. I know you hate this old stuff but you need to know that Fred Astaire had a hand in designing all of the dresses his partners wore because he knew all the steps and he knew how he wanted the material to fall. Well, he didn’t do too well with feathers – see some of them fly. Actually this is one of my favorite dances they did. Can’t stand the way he sings – reminds me of the Gecko.

  36. Foxwood says:

    It’s said that Jimmy Page did the lead guitar licks.

  37. samhenry says:

    GEEZE they cut it off in this vid. Poor you, you had to sit and listen to the Gecko sing! DOG OVERBOARD before FOX gets in murderous mood.

  38. Foxwood says:

    A K-FOX twin spin!

  39. Foxwood says:

    Dino, Desi & Billy was a 1960s singing group featuring “Dino” Dean Paul Martin, son of singer Dean Martin, Desi Arnaz, Jr., son of television stars Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball, and friend Billy Hinsche.

  40. Foxwood says:

    That’s ok SamH… I’ll just make you endure MacArthur Park and the sweet cream icing flowing down.

  41. arlenearmy says:

    I watched that youtube video about Obama’s cap & trade would cause electricity to be darn near unaffordable.

    What immediately came to mind was Kenya, which has an electricity problem. Even his Kenyan granny can hardly get electricity to watch her TV. I do fear that he will have us all living in similar conditions.

  42. Foxwood says:

    I got chicken thighs stuffed with jalapeno and cheddar, wrapped with bacon hot off the grill!

  43. Foxwood says:

    For those that say it’s wrong and not in the Bible to wage war…

    Ecclesiastes 3: 1

  44. Foxwood says:


    I’m getting ready for a day when we won’t be using “government” electricity… I’m looking to personal resources to power my needs. Best be looking to grow a garden and hunt.

    Arlene, I wasn’t in the military, but I was a boy scout. Some might think that’s lame, but I guarantee it makes you prepared for hard life.

  45. Foxwood says:

    By hard life, I mean living off the land.

  46. Foxwood says:

    Ouch ouch ouch ouch ouch ouch ouch!

  47. Foxwood says:

    But I like it. Walk aaallllll over me with them boots…

  48. Foxwood says:

    My dad was a lineman.

  49. Foxwood says:

    Glen was a member of the “Crypt Kicker 5” and always a Beach Boy back up when one of the members didn’t make a show.

  50. Foxwood says:

    Before KISS!


  51. samhenry says:

    Just a flyby FOX – Mcarthur Park one of my favs as is Wichita Lineman

    I know you will go GEEEZE and then “wah.”

  52. Foxwood says:

    Actually, MacArthur Park was one of those weird ones I liked, SamH.

  53. Foxwood says:

    Someone left the cake out in the rain… OH NO!

  54. Foxwood says:

    An here comes another K-FOX twin spin!

  55. Foxwood says:

    Don’t ask…

    It’s too late…

  56. Foxwood says:

    Bobby McGee Original

  57. Foxwood says:

    I don’t know were you are right now Arlene, but this one is for you…

  58. Foxwood says:

    And here is another K-FOX twin spin!

  59. Foxwood says:

    Whad you think of David Lee Roth, SamH?

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  61. Foxwood says:

    And now a K-FOX twin spin for Tellit!

  62. Foxwood says:

    Two things piss me off. Socialism and Communism. Our Constitution does NOT support either and was never meant to. Socialism particularly is on my shit list today. So why do I hate Socialism? Let’s look at the Webster’s definition of Socialism:

    1 : any of various economic and political theories advocating collective or governmental ownership and administration of the means of production and distribution of goods
    2 a : a system of society or group living in which there is no private property b : a system or condition of society in which the means of production are owned and controlled by the state
    3 : a stage of society in Marxist theory transitional between capitalism and communism and distinguished by unequal distribution of goods and pay according to work done

    The Marxist conception of Socialism is phased in to displace Capitalism and be a precursor to Communism. As Vladimir Lenin put it, “The goal of Socialism is Communism.” One of the keys to changing a Capitalist system to Communism is the government control of the school system. The United States Government didn’t always “regulate” the public school system. Until the 1930s, the government only had enumerated powers. During the FDRs Presidency, that changed.

    I hate Socialism because it replaces the system that made our country great, Capitalism.

    That said, do you know who is teaching your children? I do. I’ve been digging for the poop, so to say. I followed the stink to a name you probably don’t know, which is why I’m bringing her to your notice. Randi Weingarten is the President of the American Federation of Teachers union, or AFT.

    Randi Weingarten, elected president of the American Federation of Teachers in 2008, has been president of the United Federation of Teachers (UFT), which represents more than 140,000 active and retired educators in the New York City public school system, since 1998. She is also a board member of New York State United Teachers (NYSUT) and a member of the AFT Executive Committee. A vice president of the New York City Central Labor Council of the AFL-CIO, she heads the city Municipal Labor Committee, an umbrella organization for some 100 city employee unions. Weingarten serves on a number of boards, including the New York Committee on Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH); the Anti-Defamation League, New York Region; the United Way of Greater New York; The International Rescue Committee; The Albert Shanker Institute; and the newly formed Math for America. She is also on the advisory boards of Operation Public Education at the University of Pennsylvania and the Haan Foundation for Children.

    Being on so many union boards and committees, is Weingarten looking out for children or unions?

    In 2006, children were tested in Europe and America. When Weingarten was confronted with the fact that children of Europe out scored American children, she said, “they [the NYC school board] just don’t want to do the work that’s entailed.” Maybe it’s me, but isn’t it her job to make them do the work required? Oh, that’s right, a teachers union looks out for teachers.

    It’s “just about impossible” to fire a bad teacher, says schools chancellor Joel Klein. “We tolerate mediocrity,” because “people get paid the same, whether they’re outstanding, average, or way below average.” One teacher sent sexually oriented emails to “Cutie 101,” his sixteen year old student. Klein couldn’t fire him for years, “He hasn’t taught, but we have had to pay him, because that’s what’s required under the contract.” It’s apparent the teachers unions are not to protect the children.

    Weingarten followed in the steps of her mentors Albert Shanker and Sandy Feldman when she stepped up from the United Federation of Teachers union (UFT) and became President of the AFT. To know Randi Weingarten, you need to know her mentors.

    Sandy Feldman

    Before the age of 17, Sandy Feldman became active in socialist politics and the civil rights movement. In 1958, while working for the Brooklyn College literary magazine, Sandy met and married Paul Feldman. Paul Feldman later became editor of the socialist magazine “New America” and a member of the Socialist Party’s national executive committee. Sandy died in 2005.

    Weingarten said, “Those who knew Sandy well knew just how hard she worked and how much she personally sacrificed so others would have “social justice” and economic opportunity.”

    Albert Shanker

    In college, Shanker was a member of the Young People’s Socialist League and chair of the Socialist Study Club. Shanker became President of the UFT and then the AFT. You can see his priorities with this statement made, “When school children start paying union dues, that’s when I’ll start representing the interests of school children.”

    In 1989 Albert Shanker spelled it out, “It’s time to admit that public education operates like a planned economy, a bureaucratic system in which every body’s role is spelled out in advance and there are few incentives for innovation and productivity. It’s no surprise that our school system doesn’t improve; it more resembles the communist economy than our own market economy.” Albert Shanker claimed to be anti-Communist, but again as Lenin said, “The goal of Socialism is Communism”, so since Shanker was the President of the AFT at the time, wasn’t it a reflection on him?

    We also have to look at the Lefty Phraseology to understand Ms. Weingarten.

    Social Justice

    The American Federation of Teachers has a tradition of “social justice”. right Mr. Weingarten?

    Social justice is a term, generally applied by the left, to describe a society with a greater degree of economic “egalitarianism” through progressive taxation, income redistribution, or even property redistribution, policies aimed toward achieving that which developmental economists refer to as equality of opportunity and equality of outcome.

    Economic egalitarianism is a state of economic affairs in which the participants of a society are of equal standing and equal access to all the economic resources in terms of economic power, wealth, and contribution. It is a founding principle of various forms of “socialism”, communalism and cooperative economic organization.


    Another term to look at when judging Ms. Weingarten, progressive. Ms. Weingarten is known as a “progressive leader”.

    “Randi Weingarten” “progressive leader”

    Progressive leader invited to WhiteHouse.

    “Liberals” today seem ashamed of the label “liberal”. “Progressive” is the preferred term. Liberalism is associated with taxing and spending without limit, and it’s true. So why not be “progressive”? It has a sound of looking ahead or moving forward or onward, when in fact it’s the same old tax and spend liberalism with a new name. So does a shit sandwich taste different if you call it an excrement sandwich?

    Progressivism is a political and social term that refers to ideologies and movements favoring or advocating changes or reform, usually in a statist or “egalitarian” direction for economic policies (government management) and liberal direction for social policies (personal choice). Progressivism is often viewed in opposition to conservative ideologies.

    There’s that word egalitarian again. I forget, doesn’t it mean Socialist?

    In U.S. history, the term progressivism refers to a broadly-based reform movement that reached its height early in the 20th century, generally considered to be left wing in nature. The initial progressive movement arose as a response to the vast changes brought by the Industrial Revolution. Contemporary progressives continue to embrace concepts such as environmentalism and “social justice”.

    Randi Weingarten has some great Socialist allies also, like the corrupt ACORN and the George Soros funded Center for American Progress.

    “It is unfettered capitalism that created this, the biggest, toughest recession since the Great Depression, and it is unfettered capitalism that is fighting us tooth and nail on healthcare reform,” said Weingarten. The statement says it all. Capitalism is what the founding fathers based our country on. Does this statement mean she has a bias as to what is being taught in school? Are the founding fathers being portrayed as evil white men? Does Ms. Weingarten believe in teaching revisionist history?

    Does Ms. Weingarten allow her loathing of Capitalism to influence the class rooms? I’m not sure, but she does allow for indoctrination.

    School kids taught to praise Obama
    Al Gore: You Know More Then Your Parents
    I Pledge Video (watch carefully)
    Kids Obama Song
    Obama’s National Security Force?
    Story of Stuff, Full Version; How Things Work, About Stuff
    Hail Obama! Ode of the Obama Youth!

    All of this has happened on her watch. What has she said about it? Silence. But when it comes to teacher wearing campaign buttons in the class room, then she speaks out in favor.

    In May of 2009, a group of NYC teachers, members of the International Socialist Organization (ISO) and the UFT marched together in New York City, fighting for a “socialist world”. Weingarten, President of the UFT at the time, can’t disassociate with Socialism because she is a Socialist. It’s within the school system.

    You Commie libs that read this blog (I get their email), I don’t want to hear your COMMIE LIB CRAP telling me there is no indoctrination in our public school system. Your proof is in front of your face right now. I can see when you open your mouth, it’s full of shit. Weingarten is a Socialist who is in charge of teachers who are teaching our children. I want to repeat Vladimir Lenin’s quote one more time, “The goal of Socialism is Communism.”

    Here are two more good quotes to end with.

    “Give us four years to teach a child and the seed we have sown will never be uprooted. Give us the child for eight years and it will be a Bolshevik forever.” — Vladimir Lenin

    “Education is a weapon whose effects depend on who holds it in his hands and at whom it is aimed.” — Joseph Stalin

  63. Foxwood says:

    I mentioned in my last article that I hate Marxism, Socialism and Communism. I failed to mention I hate Anarchists, not because they are a threat to our founding fathers design for our country, but because they are a nuance, piece of shit eating gnat.

    But I really hate Marxists, Socialists and Commies. I’m so amazed that in the last 10 years, it’s ok and “cool” to be a lefty, pinko Commie let alone a socialist. It’s the brainwashing in school the teachers give our children, as I mentioned in my last article. Our kids don’t know history, because history has been revised.

    Your children are indoctrinated to thinking Fidel, Mao, and Che are the good guys and our founding fathers were evil white slave owners. The Socialists and Commies are in the school system teaching this. Maybe you’ve been indoctrinated.

    This is why I rant so much about indoctrination. We have been asleep and the Commie sympathizers have not only taken our government, but our school system. We have alot of catching up to do.

    You indoctrinated lemmings that don’t see it, your eyes have been sewn shut. You think we’re nuts. You don’t realize you’ve have been fed the koolaid in the public school indoctrination system and lefty loon colleges. You haven’t been watching the news. You don’t see what is happening and accept history as it has been rewritten. You watch the Commie owned media, getting continued doses of koolaid.

    “We cannot expect the Americans to jump from Capitalism to Communism, but we can assist their elected leaders in giving Americans small doses of socialism until they suddenly awake to find they have Communism.” — Soviet Leader Nikita Khrushchev

    The Commies are now flaunting it in our faces. They think now is the time to move and it’s safe to come out and play. They use racism to shut us up. They used to be closet Commies because Americans HATED COMMIES. COMMIES were the ENEMY.


    And now???

    Now they are running the country. Back when Americans knew Communism was the enemy of America, we used to rally proud against it and the closet Commies kept quiet. We chanted “Kill a Commie for your mommy!” Now you better watch out. The Obutthole black suits might be at my door for making that comment.

    “Oh no, Mr. Foxwood. Your wrong. Berry Obutthole isn’t a Communist.”

    You whining, warped, weak, wack weasels. You’ve been dumbed down. It’s not your fault, but it makes me happy to make fun of you any way. You don’t watch the news and don’t know. Don’t tell me you watch CNN (Commie News Network). That’s not news. Let’s try something you might be familiar with…

    Green Jobs Czar
    Diversity Czar
    Safe School Czar
    Energy Czar
    Obutthole’s Communications Director
    Obuttholes Senior Advisor
    Obutthole’s Mentor
    Obutthole’s Ghost Writer for “Wet Dreams of my Father”

    Why do you think Obutthole surrounds himself with Communists? WAKE THE FUCK UP! EAT THE RED PILL AND COME TO YOUR FUCKING SENSES! THE COMMUNIST IS IN THE WHITE HOUSE!

  64. Foxwood says:

    Why don’t you eat some fiber boy!

  65. Foxwood says:

    Gaters gotcha granny…
    Chomp chomp chomp!

    Uh! Uh! Uh! Uh!
    Get me some more fiber in my diet, babe!

  66. Foxwood says:

    Opps! Sorry,VF. I forgot I had the cussin in the rants…

  67. Foxwood says:

    Oh! That’s weird… I didn’t realize that I could post with multiple links before…

  68. arlenearmy says:

    Foxwood said:
    “I got chicken thighs stuffed with jalapeno and cheddar, wrapped with bacon hot off the grill!”


    Louisiana folks are the best cooks in the world. I don’t know why. I have NEVER had a bad meal in Louisiana.

    Hubby couldn’t wait for Thanksgiving, so he baked a turkey while stood over hot stove stirring lemon pudding for Lemon Meringue pie.

  69. Foxwood says:

    some more beach music…

  70. Foxwood says:

    Wowza wowza wowza!

    Isn’t that groovy?

  71. Foxwood says:

    “Lemon Meringue pie.”

    Mmmm mmm mm!

  72. Foxwood says:

    Ever been to the White River Fish Market, Arlene?

  73. Foxwood says:

    BRB… Gotta get the steaks. Last thing on the grill. That and the fish.

    Nothing like turf and surf.

  74. arlenearmy says:

    No. Where is White River Fish Market?

  75. arlenearmy says:

    You must gotta a bunch of folks coming over for dinner… you got fish, steaks & stuffed chicken thighs. That’s a lot of food for one man.

  76. Foxwood says:

    I haven’t been there in years, Arlene. 1708 N Sheridan Rd. I used to eat on a school desk at the market. That’s what they had for the public in the 60s. It should still be there. Used to have catfish, trout, crappie, it used to be local fish, tho I think the trout came from Missouri.

  77. Foxwood says:

    I grill out every week. I have kids over and then it’s my food for the week so I don’t have to cook when I come home on the weekday.

  78. Foxwood says:

    If I don’t eat something I make something else. So the steak might be soup meat, or the hamburger might be chili meat. The pork is pretty versatile. I can make Chinese, or Mexican, or just a salad.

  79. Foxwood says:

    Oh, the fish is the best leftover… I make sushi rolls. I don’t eat raw fish, but smoked fish in seaweed paper is the best. With lime and the smoke from the grill… It is enough to salivate over.

  80. Foxwood says:

    A Sonny Bono written song…

  81. arlenearmy says:

    You need to open up a restaurant. You must be a gourmet cook. Everything you mentioned sounds delicious. Personally I think men cook better than women.

  82. Foxwood says:

    So tired of waitin’

  83. Foxwood says:

    Look out women! Get those panties off and throw them on the stage!

  84. Foxwood says:

    I’m trying to sell some recipes, Arlene… Maybe one will make me rich. I keep hoping…

  85. Foxwood says:

    Did you get your dedication today, Arlene?

  86. Foxwood says:

    I was living in Tulsa when Tim McVie bombed OKC. I had to do some work after that and stayed in a hotel there. The Monkees were making a reunion tour. They were staying in the hotel I was in. Mike Nesmith wasn’t touring with them.

    I went to the bar to get a few drinks one night and Mickey Dolence came in. He pluged in “I’m a Believer” into the machine and sang. I got to drink a couple of drinks with him before he called it a night.

  87. VotingFemale says:

    Ok, who’s been cussin?


  88. Foxwood says:

    Damn, she was a cute girl, and she is a beautiful woman today. I have hope for Conservative with her.

  89. Foxwood says:

    Cussin?… Not me…

  90. Foxwood says:

    Hmmm… Seems my s doesn’t work sometime…

  91. Foxwood says:

    One of my favorite music jokes…

    Why is a banana on the sidewalk like music?












    If you don’t c sharp, you’ll b flat.

  92. samhenry says:

    And now for a little original music from Dudley Moore from the film Bedazzled with Peter Cook

    dudley moore bedazzled

  93. Foxwood says:

    There’s a new dance… the Batoosie!

  94. Foxwood says:

    You know how to Batoosie, SamH?

  95. samhenry says:

    No, FOX and not even the “WAH” toosie

  96. Foxwood says:


    WAH! Toosie!

  97. samhenry says:

    Now FOX listen carefully to this. Dudley comosed this and is playing piano here. He really wrote some good stuff:

  98. Foxwood says:

    I got to check the steak and fish… if you need me, contact me Western Union.

  99. samhenry says:

    FOX you will not believe this but Western Union started in NY State. I organized the papers of the Company. Because they ran a telegraph line to California, we more easily became a nation. They were in Roosia talking with the CZAR about cable from Alaska to Russia when Cyrus whatever his name was dropped on in the Atlantic.

  100. Foxwood says:

    Yep… I believe it… The submarines have a bug in the ocean. I know this because…

  101. samhenry says:

    Lovely evening, FOX

  102. samhenry says:

    This ones for Kink

  103. samhenry says:

    FOX you don’t have to worry about winter.

  104. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good evening my friends and fellow patriots! I hope you all had a good weekend!

  105. samhenry says:

    A sidetrack

    I love this man – so sad he’s gone

  106. Foxwood says:

    Did you get your David Lee Roth, Tellit?

  107. Foxwood says:

    One of my favorite drinking songs, SamH…

    Enery the 8th…

  108. samhenry says:

    I almost posted the hermits!

  109. Foxwood says:

    You played the Hermits… “a kind of flush”

    Maybe it was the Cats…

  110. tellitlikeitis says:

    Yes I did Foxworth. Thank you!

  111. Foxwood says:

    Foxworth? Must of been watchin some southern humor…

  112. Foxwood says:

    You might be a Communist if you use a sickle to cut your steak…

  113. samhenry says:

    did not mean to post that FOX – slip of the mouse.

  114. Foxwood says:

    slip of the mouse?
    slip of the tongue?

    Slip of the mousy tongue?

  115. Foxwood says:

    You might be a Communist if your doctor says your prostate’s not big enough to use for a rat trap yet.

  116. Foxwood says:

    You might be a Communist if your wife says your wages can’t afford a condom. NO SEX FOR YOU!

  117. Foxwood says:

    You might be a Communist if your boss says you’re on a non paid vacation till Beijing picks up the tab.

  118. VotingFemale says:

    You might be a Communist if a troop of Girl Scouts earned their merit badge for defending democracy by kicking your ass.

  119. Foxwood says:

    This is such a creepy but beautiful song…

  120. VotingFemale says:

    You might be a Communist if you don’t mind being poor and miserable so long as everyone else is to.

  121. VotingFemale says:

    You might be a Communist if just the mention of Sarah Palin’s name sends shivers of fear down your spine.

  122. VotingFemale says:

    You might be a Communist if you’re offended by these “if you’re a Communist” lines.

  123. Foxwood says:

    Good one, VF…

    you might be a Communist if your brother uses your bed in the day time, while you use it at night. Make sure he sock is on the door knob.

  124. VotingFemale says:

    You might be a Communist if Chairman Mao is right up there in your book with Sister Teresa as Political Philosophers go. …just sayin’

  125. Foxwood says:

    You might be a Communist if you think the government is your friend and you tell on your parents for praying to god…

  126. Foxwood says:

    You might be a Communist if your Facebook page background pic is of Chi Geurrera.

  127. VotingFemale says:

    You might be a Communist if you are a member of the Congressional Black Caucus and vacation at Fidel’s villa in Cuba… on the Tapayer’s Dollar.

  128. VotingFemale says:

    You might be a Communist if you give your children Che Guevara tee shirts as a “holiday” gift on Dec 25th …so long as it is made in the People’s Republic of China.

  129. samhenry says:

    You might be a communist if you think everyone should have the same clothes on each day and its not parochial school (spelling?

  130. VotingFemale says:

    ohhh I ‘tink we found a new game! hahahaha

    Foxwood says

    EW! Good one!

  131. Foxwood says:

    You might be a Communist if you went to Cuba and your t-shirt says, “I went to Cuba and all I got was this t-shirt with a picture of Fidel’s brother on it”.

  132. samhenry says:

    you might be a communist if this is on

    your top 10

  133. VotingFemale says:

    You might be a Communist if Obama Joker Posters “offend you.”

  134. VotingFemale says:

    hey SamHenry! Good one!

    Good One Foxwood!

  135. Foxwood says:

    you might be a communist if your wife says “I need an abortion, your next son is a girl”.

  136. samhenry says:

    You might be a communist if you burn concord grapes you are trying to cook. Then you try to serve it to you family with a little sour cream as borscht sp) – I can’t believe I just burned the grappas

  137. samhenry says:

    You might be a Communist if Lennin’s tomb is your idea of a rendezvous with your lover ew.

  138. VotingFemale says:

    You might be a Communist if you think Nancy Pelosi is not left enough to suit you.

  139. samhenry says:

    You might be a communist with a problem if you think the soup of burned grapes I serve is in fact borscht.

  140. Foxwood says:

    You might be a Communist if the only woman you’ve ever known was your mother.

  141. VotingFemale says:

    You might be a Communist if you declare war on FOX News for explaining what a freekin’ Communist you are.

  142. samhenry says:

    You might be a communist if you think Hillary is not doing a good job.

  143. samhenry says:

    You might be a communist if you are lucky enough to go to CNN Sunday morning and then have taped interview you do is gently worked into the programming throught the rest of the morning. Rham E. is so lucky.

  144. VotingFemale says:

    You might be a Communist if you know how to spell pola-terriot and bouz-wah-zee.

  145. samhenry says:

    You might be a Communist if you think that my friend’s cat named Chairman Meow was named after a dead chinaman.

  146. VotingFemale says:

    You might be a communist if your name is Jeanane Garafolo and you don’t shave your legs or brush your teeth and have more tattoos than a member of the Aryan Brotherhood.

  147. samhenry says:

    LOL cat – I pronounce both that way when I have had an extra glass of red wine.

    You may be a communist if you have saved your Mao Jacket from the 60s to pass down to your Chinese niece.

  148. Foxwood says:

    You might be a Communist if you think Groucho, Harpo, Chico and Karl were all brothers.

  149. samhenry says:

    Good one FOX

    You might be a communist if you think neocon kills rats.

  150. Foxwood says:

    LMAO at both of you!

  151. samhenry says:

    You might be a communist if you like your egg rolls fwied.

  152. VotingFemale says:

    You might be a Communist if you light up the Empire State building in yellow and red in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of Chairman Mao’s Revolution.

  153. VotingFemale says:

    such re-marx tisk tisk lol

    Foxwood says

    You might be a Communist if you think Groucho, Harpo, Chico and Karl were all brothers.

  154. VotingFemale says:

    dang… hate to run… this is making me laugh sooo darn much!

    smooches, Patriots!

    zzzzz time!

  155. Foxwood says:

    Poor rat…

    You might be a Communist if you think the drink black russian is Berry Obutthole.

  156. Foxwood says:

    Oh… And I though that was my best one…

  157. samhenry says:

    Pick yourself up, dust youself off FOX. That was a good one.

    I leave you with a laugh:

  158. samhenry says:

    I submit this without comment:

  159. Foxwood says:

    Too funny SamH… VF, SamH, if I may, can I use your Commie jokes for a blog?

  160. Foxwood says:

    With your credits of course…

  161. samhenry says:

    But of course, FOX – I would be honored.

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  163. Foxwood says:

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

  164. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning Fox and all those who love Freedom

  165. samhenry says:

    “And they’re off’ – who FOX ? I have to take a day off today. Love to all of you including wolf.

  166. VotingFemale says:

    No problem, Foxwood!

    And Gooood Moooorrrrrnnnnniiiinnnnggggg


  167. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Samiam!!!

    Is patriotism under attack in this country now?

    …seeing stories of displays of the flag being prohibited.

  168. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning SamHenry!!!

  169. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Comrades Carol Browner and Anita the Dunn *cough*

  170. Foxwood says:

    They’re off to the races SamH!

  171. Foxwood says:

    That was too fun last night.

  172. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning VF and SamH,

    It isn’t enough they gave removed God from our Society now they want to eliminate the symbol of all the is America and Freedom.
    What a horrible attack on all those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for America.

    What an attack on the Constitution.

    Do they not know, have they not heard that Americans will carry that banner into battle, into a wall of bullets, into overwelming odds.

    Make no mistake about it. Many Americans will make their stand on this one issue alone.

  173. VotingFemale says:

    From HotAir:

    Jacob Weisberg: See no liberal bias, hear no liberal bias
    posted at 4:30 pm on October 18, 2009 by Meryl Yourish
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    The creator of Slate’s Bushisms, the author of a book called “The Bush Tragedy,” and a lifelong liberal writer is calling Fox News “unAmerican” for having—wait for it—a conservative bias. He is also accusing Fox of forcing MSNBC and CNN to swing to the left instead of maintaining their world-renowned objectivity in news reporting. (Yes indeed, that was sarcasm.) (Via Hot Air.)

    Consider Fox’s Web story on the episode. It quotes five people. Two of them work for Fox. All of them assert that administration officials are either wrong in substance or politically foolish to criticize the network. No one is cited supporting Dunn’s criticisms or saying that it could make sense for Obama to challenge the network’s power. It’s a textbook example of a biased journalism.

    Meanwhile, ABC presented what was essentially an infomercial on Obamacare earlier this year. A CNN reporter went off on the people she was supposed to be objectively interviewing, and ultimately lost her job—probably because she’s not supposed to be so overt in her liberal bias. But that’s objective journalism. (Say, did ABC present the other side of the healthcare debate in its informercial? I’m thinking not.)

    That Rupert Murdoch may tilt the news rightward more for commercial than ideological reasons is beside the point. What matters is the way that Fox’s model has invaded the bloodstream of the American media. By showing that ideologically distorted news can drive ratings, Ailes has provoked his rivals at CNN and MSNBC to develop a variety of populist and ideological takes on the news. In this way, Fox hasn’t just corrupted its own coverage. Its example has made all of cable news unpleasant and unreliable.

    That’s amazing… Fox is not only responsible for tilting itself right, but it is also responsible for the leftward tilt of the other cable news networks. But that’s not the biggest load of bull in the piece. This is:

    What’s most distinctive about the American press is not its freedom but its century-old tradition of independence—that it serves the public interest rather than those of parties, persuasions, or pressure groups. Media independence is a 20th-century innovation that has never fully taken root in many other countries that do have a free press. The Australian-British-continental model of politicized media that Murdoch has applied at Fox is un-American, so much so that he has little choice but go on denying what he’s doing as he does it. For Murdoch, Ailes, and company, “fair and balanced” is a necessary lie. To admit that their coverage is slanted by design would violate the American understanding of the media’s role in democracy and our idea of what constitutes fair play. But it’s a demonstrable deceit that no longer deserves equal time.

    I have three words in response: William Randolph Hearst.

    Hearst’s reputation triumphed in the 1930s as his political views changed. In 1932, he was a major supporter of Roosevelt. His newspapers energetically supported the New Deal throughout 1933 and 1934. Hearst broke with FDR in spring 1935 when the President vetoed the Patman Bonus Bill. Hearst papers carried the old publisher’s rambling, vitriolic, all-capital-letters editorials, but he no longer employed the energetic reporters, editorialists and columnists who might have made a serious attack. His newspaper audience was the same working class that Roosevelt swept by three-to-one margins in the 1936 election. In 1934 after checking with Jewish leaders to make sure the visit would prove of benefit to Jews, Hearst visited Berlin to interview Adolf Hitler. Hitler asked why he was so misunderstood by the American press. “Because Americans believe in democracy,” Hearst answered bluntly, “and are averse to dictatorship.”[6]

    A century-old tradition of independence? The deuce you say! (That’s a line from the 1930s. Or thereabouts.)

    Weisberg is absolutely entitled to his own opinion. But he is not entitled to his own facts, and he is making those facts up out of whole cloth. There was no objective press in the 1930s, and the myth of the unbiased media is a new one, from less than fifty years ago, and I think it was spread by the media people themselves. The phrase “If I’ve lost Cronkite, I’ve lost middle America” was uttered by Lyndon Johnson after an editorial by the CBS anchor about Vietnam in 1968. Somehow, that doesn’t strike me as a century of unbiased media. The media was anti-Vietnam, anti-Richard Nixon (well, so was I, but that’s beside the point), pro-Democrat, anti-Republican, and absolutely not objective. It has had the illusion of objectivity for decades, and that illusion is courtesy of its own teachings in journalism schools, where, somehow, the professors manage to insist that the mainstream media outlets are all paragons of objectivity and unbiased reporting. The fact that everything skews liberal and Democrat is pooh-poohed as the ravings of the “vast, right-wing conspiracy”—the one that caused the Clinton impeachment.

    And of course, Weisberg’s answer to the Fox News so-called bias? For “respectable” reporters to stop appearing on Fox at all.


  174. samiam60 says:

    For all those who are and will be attending Tea Parties in the future.

    Carry with you an AMERICAN FLAG 🙂

  175. samiam60 says:

    VF, windows update sent me 21 updates Saturday morning. Two of those updates continue to download day in and day up. These same two updates are filling up my control panel and I cannot find a way to stop the madness.

    Any ideas for me dear?

  176. samiam60 says:

    VF posted this:

    Jacob Weisberg: See no liberal bias, hear no liberal bias
    posted at 4:30 pm on October 18, 2009 by Meryl Yourish
    Share on Facebook | printer-friendly

    The creator of Slate’s Bushisms, the author of a book called “The Bush Tragedy,” and a lifelong liberal writer is calling Fox News “unAmerican” for having—wait for it—a conservative bias. He is also accusing Fox of forcing MSNBC and CNN to swing to the left instead of maintaining their world-renowned objectivity in news reporting. (Yes indeed, that was sarcasm.) (Via Hot Air.)


    I call this Koolaholicism!

  177. VotingFemale says:

    From Sister Toldjah….

    The latest on the Rush/NFL drama – and what it means for conservatism
    Posted by: Sister Toldjah on October 17, 2009 at 12:07 pm

    After race hustlers Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton got their wish, which was to have Rush Limbaugh dropped from the group bidding on ownership of the St. Louis Rams football franchise, a lot of people are weighing in in the aftermath, including Rush himself.

    In an opinion piece published yesterday in the Wall Street Journal, Rush provides a mini-recap of the week’s events, and how it came to be that he was forced out of the Rams bid from David Checketts (via Memeorandum):

    David Checketts, an investor and owner of sports teams, approached me in late May about investing in the St. Louis Rams football franchise. As a football fan, I was intrigued. I invited him to my home where we discussed it further. Even after informing him that some people might try to make an issue of my participation, Mr. Checketts said he didn’t much care. I accepted his offer.

    Having brought me into his group [and succumbing to NFL pressure over racist quotes Rush never uttered], Mr. Checketts now wanted a way out. He asked me to resign. I told him no way. I had done nothing wrong. I had not uttered the words these people were putting in my mouth. And I would not bow to their libels and pressure. He would have to drop me from the group. A few days later, he did.

    The most disturbing thing about this? That the race card has been played again, and so effectively:

    As I explained on my radio show, this spectacle is bigger than I am on several levels. There is a contempt in the news business, including the sportswriter community, for conservatives that reflects the blind hatred espoused by Messrs. Sharpton and Jackson. “Racism” is too often their sledgehammer. And it is being used to try to keep citizens who don’t share the left’s agenda from participating in the full array of opportunities this nation otherwise affords each of us. It was on display many years ago in an effort to smear Clarence Thomas with racist stereotypes and keep him off the Supreme Court. More recently, it was employed against patriotic citizens who attended town-hall meetings and tea-party protests.

    These intimidation tactics are working and spreading, and they are a cancer on our society.

    How could this have happened, Diana West asks, when you consider what apparently IS acceptable to the NFL:

    I will start with two words: Keith Olbermann. In addition to his nightly gig on MSNBC — a numbing blend of Leftist politics and something approaching Tourette’s syndrome — Olbermann is a co-host of NBC’s “Football Night in America,” the pre-game show that leads into “Sunday Night Football.” Naturally, that would be Sunday night NFL football.

    This job, now into its third season, makes Olbermann not a team owner, of course, but certainly a public face of the NFL. And a public face of the NFL with many filthy things coming out of it. These include, just sampling from recent days, his pronouncement that Limbaugh claiming his own success paved the way for Glenn Beck is “is like congratulating yourself for spreading syphilis.” We could slap a headline on that — “NFL talker compares star radio and TV conservatives with venereal disease” — except that trash talk against conservatives doesn’t generate mainstream outrage.

    Take Olbermann’s noxious attack this week on Michelle Malkin for what he characterized as her “total mindless, morally bankrupt, knee-jerk, fascistic hatred without which Michelle Malkin would just be a big mashed-up bag of meat with lipstick on it.”

    Get that? Olbermann calls an accomplished and best-selling conservative author, commentator, blogger, wife and mother (who also happens to be beautiful) a “big mashed-up bag of meat with lipstick,” but such dehumanizing venom doesn’t count as controversial, or even lightly strain his NBC-NFL connection. Why, at this rate, he could end up on a box of Wheaties. His comments certainly don’t rate as “divisive” or “inappropriate” – two of the coded charges leveled at Rush Limbaugh’s “public remarks” by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay that got Limbaugh’s blackball rolling in the first place.

    And that’s not all. Stage Right has a good rundown of what else is apparently acceptable by the NFL from some current NFL team owners. Double standards, anyone? You betcha.

    What does this all mean for the state of conservatism? Back to West:

    It goes down in the annals as the day the demonization of conservatism achieved not consensus, but normalcy, and the day the marginalization of conservatives became not a public sport but a civic duty. Think about it. What happened to Limbaugh didn’t happen to a “dead white male” on a college campus; nor did it happen to a live white male in a government-mandated “sensitivity course.” What happened to Limbaugh took place in a uniquely exclusive slice of the private sector frequented by the super-mega-rich and ostentatious, the kind of people with the kind of money that buys protection from the pressures of what is thought of as public opinion. But what happened to Rush Limbaugh – call it “Rush-baiting” — reveals that what conservative blogger Lawrence Auster calls the “dictatorship enforced by the charge of racism” has absolutely no boundaries.


    But with the successful transformation of Limbaugh the potential team owner into Limbaugh the expendable “distraction,” his brand of opposition — a plain-speaking adherence to a conservatism best described as Reaganesque — has been judged unfit, unworthy even, for the sports-loving mainstream and sentenced to the margins. And that is what is most disturbing about this story. Conservatism in our time has been publicly defined as extremism. Which means, for conservatives, it’s time for some intensive historical revisionism of our own.


    As for the NFL, Macsmind has some ideas about payback. Not sure it will make a difference, but it’s worth a shot.
    In: Democrat Racial Hypocrisy, Media Watch, Political Correctness, Race Issues, Racist Black Democrats, Sports

  178. samiam60 says:

    I received a letter signed by all of my family members living in Palermo, Sicily with these words on it.

    “Don’t let America Die”

    I did not check my mail box Saturday and just went to the mail box this morning.

    These are cousins of mine and friends of ours.

    They know that as America goes, so goes the World.

  179. Foxwood says:

    Sami, Linux. Ubuntu Linux…

  180. Foxwood says:

    BRB. I gotta shower for work.

  181. samiam60 says:

    VF said:

    The latest on the Rush/NFL drama – and what it means for conservatism
    Posted by: Sister Toldjah on October 17, 2009 at 12:07 pm

    After race hustlers Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton got their wish, which was to have Rush Limbaugh dropped from the group bidding on ownership of the St. Louis Rams football franchise, a lot of people are weighing in in the aftermath, including Rush himself.


    This only makes Arlene’s words on the sister blog more vivid and chilling. I think this RACEer issue is becoming quite clear in the mind of many folks now.

  182. VotingFemale says:

    Samiam on the hung update download…


    just dont disturb the actual “installation process.”
    Rebooting during the “download operation” is no biggie.

    If you try to reboot while in the installation process you will be warned about it to keep you from doing it. safety netting…

  183. VotingFemale says:

    That the Socialists and Communists have to resort to muscle tactics with their “coalitions of power” to combat criticism is a testament to the vulnerability of their position.

    Bully tactics… dumbasses

  184. samiam60 says:

    Thank you VF, I appreciate that idea. I will try this a bit later and see what happens.

    I was beginning to think Microsoft was messing with my head. LOL

  185. VotingFemale says:

    early morning update downloading is best… before the rest of the country wakes up and loads down the internet and the Microsoft servers.

  186. samiam60 says:

    I think Glenn Beck has found their Akilese heel.

    I don’t I didn’t spell that right but you get the point.

  187. samiam60 says:

    My fingers are NOT listening to my brain this morning and this keyboard needs to have spell check and brain check installed on it.

  188. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Everyone!

    READY TO REVOLT: Oath Keepers pledges to prevent dictatorship in United States

    Group asks police and military to lay down arms in response to orders deemed unlawful


    Depending on your perspective, the Oath Keepers are either strident defenders of liberty or dangerous peddlers of paranoia.

    In the age of town halls, talk radio and tea parties, middle ground of opinion is hard to find.

    Launched in March by Las Vegan Stewart Rhodes, Oath Keepers bills itself as a nonpartisan group of current and retired law enforcement and military personnel who vow to fulfill their oaths to the Constitution.

    More specifically, the group’s members, which number in the thousands, pledge to disobey orders they deem unlawful, including directives to disarm the American people and to blockade American cities. By refusing the latter order, the Oath Keepers hope to prevent cities from becoming “giant concentration camps,” a scenario the 44-year-old Rhodes says he can envision happening in the coming years.

    It’s a Cold War-era nightmare vision with a major twist: The occupying forces in this imagined future are American, not Soviet.

    “The whole point of Oath Keepers is to stop a dictatorship from ever happening here,” Rhodes, a former Army paratrooper and Yale-trained lawyer, said in an interview with the Review-Journal. “My focus is on the guys with the guns, because they can’t do it without them.

    “We say if the American people decide it’s time for a revolution, we’ll fight with you.”

    That type of rhetoric has caught the attention of groups that track extremist activity in the United States.

    In a July report titled “Return of the Militias,” the Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center singled out Oath Keepers as “a particularly worrisome example of the Patriot revival.”

    The Patriot movement, so named because its adherents believe the federal government has stepped on the constitutional ideals of the American Revolution, gained traction in the 1990s and has been closely linked to anti-government militia and white supremacist movements.

    The movement is blamed for spawning Timothy McVeigh, who bombed a federal building in Oklahoma City in 1995, killing 168 people.

    “I’m not accusing Stewart Rhodes or any member of his group of being Timothy McVeigh or a future Timothy McVeigh,” law center spokesman Mark Potok said. “But these kinds of conspiracy theories are what drive a small number of people to criminal violence. … What’s troubling about Oath Keepers is the idea that men and women armed and ordered to protect the public in this country are clearly being drawn into a world of false conspiracy theory.”

    Oath Keepers got some unwanted attention in April when an Oklahoma man loosely connected to the group was arrested for threatening violence at an anti-tax protest in Oklahoma City. Rhodes called the man “a nut” who had no real affiliation with his group.

    Nonetheless, Potok’s group now monitors Oath Keepers on its Web site blog “Hatewatch.”

    Oath Keepers is not preaching violence or government overthrow, Rhodes said. On the contrary, it is asking police and the military to lay down their arms in response to unlawful orders.

    The group’s Web site,, features videos and testimonials in which supporters compare President Barack Obama’s America to Adolf Hitler’s Germany. They also liken Obama to England’s King George III during the American Revolution.

    One member, in a videotaped speech at an event in Washington, D.C., calls Obama “the domestic enemy the Constitution is talking about.”

    According to the law center, militia groups are re-emerging in this country partly as a result of racial animosity toward Obama.

    It’s the “cross-pollinating” of extremist groups — some racist, some not — that is of concern, Potok said. As evidence that the danger is real, he points to several recent murders committed by men with anti-government or racist views.

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security reached a similar conclusion in a report earlier this year about the rise of right-wing extremism. The report said the nation’s economic downturn and Obama’s race are “unique drivers for right-wing radicalization and recruitment.”

    The homeland security report added that “disgruntled military veterans” might be vulnerable to recruitment by right-wing extremist groups.

    That warning was enough to make Rhodes feel paranoid.

    “They’re accusing anybody who opposes Obama of being a racist or a potential terrorist,” he said. “What they’re saying is, ‘We’re coming after you.'”

    The motto of Oath Keepers: “Not on our watch!”

    The message Rhodes hears from the government: We’re watching you.

    Las Vegas police Lt. Kevin McMahill said his department’s homeland security bureau isn’t overly concerned with Oath Keepers at this point, even though Rhodes says several active-duty Las Vegas officers are members of the group.

    “I wouldn’t classify Oath Keepers as no threat at all, but I wouldn’t classify them as a threat either,” McMahill said. “There’s always a chance an individual can step outside the boundaries of what an organization stands for and do something wrong.”

    Rhodes, a former firearms instructor, said he easily could have started Oath Keepers during the Bush administration, but his focus during those years was first on getting his law degree and then volunteering on the 2008 presidential campaign of Texas Congressman Ron Paul, a libertarian Republican in whose office Rhodes worked during the 1990s.

    What Rhodes terms “the rise of executive privilege” during the post-9/11 years of the Bush presidency will in his opinion only accelerate with Obama in office. What’s worse, he said, is that “gun-hating extremists” now control the White House.

    Two things have happened since the Homeland Security Department and Southern Poverty Law Center released their reports on extremism: Membership of Oath Keepers has spiked dramatically. And Rhodes has had to do a lot of explaining.

    “We’re not a militia,” he said. “And we’re not part and parcel of the white supremacist movement. I loathe white supremacists.”

    Oath Keepers doesn’t offer paramilitary training; nor does it have a military command structure. It instead has board members, which include directors in seven states and outreach coordinators to currently serving local and federal law enforcement and military personnel. The group’s state director in Montana, who goes by the name Elias Alias, has said Montana and other states should consider seceding from the United States in protest of the federal government’s conduct.

    Leaders of the group will come together in Las Vegas starting Oct. 24 for the inaugural national conference of Oath Keepers.

    Among the group’s other leaders is Dave Freeman, an Army veteran and former Las Vegas police sergeant who spent more than 30 years with the Metropolitan Police Department.

    For Freeman, Oath Keepers has become something of a family affair. He recruited his niece, a former police chief, to serve as state director for Oath Keepers in Massachusetts.

    “When you believe in something, you have to do more than just pay it lip service,” said Freeman, the group’s Southern Nevada director and national peace officer liaison. “This is a crusade I believe in.”

    Another prominent Oath Keeper is former Arizona sheriff Richard Mack, who has long been an outspoken government critic.

    The Southern Poverty Law Center calls Mack a “longtime militia hero” who helped weaken gun control laws.

    An incident earlier this year in rural Iowa, not inside the Washington Beltway, motivated Rhodes to start Oath Keepers.

    He questioned why the Iowa National Guard planned to use residents of a small town to participate in training on door-to-door searches for weapons.

    The Guard said the training was to help soldiers who might be asked to carry out similar searches in Iraq or Afghanistan.

    But for Rhodes, it looked like preparation for a future declaration of martial law. It reminded him of the response to Hurricane Katrina in 2005 when police officers reportedly confiscated legally owned firearms. What the government called emergency response after the levees broke, Rhodes saw as the imposition of martial law.

    If it hadn’t been for April 19 of this year, Oath Keepers might not have gained the notoriety it now has.

    On the anniversary of the Battle of Lexington Green, the Massachusetts battle that started the American Revolution in 1775, a group of Oath Keepers went to the battle site and reaffirmed their pledge to the Constitution.

    The gathering was mentioned in the Southern Poverty Law Center report because April 19 is also the anniversary of the deadly end to the federal siege on the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, in 1993; and of the retaliatory bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building in 1995.

    Rhodes and Potok have never talked, but if they did, they might find themselves speaking a different language.

    “Let them say what they want to say, but April 19 has very much become a day for the extreme radical right,” Potok said.

    Rhodes couldn’t disagree more.

    “There are thousands of Americans who go to Lexington to watch re-enactments of people shooting at troops,” Rhodes said. “But if you’re a group of military and police there, they somehow find this offensive.”

    Rhodes said he hopes Oath Keepers members think about the lawfulness of day-to-day orders they receive.

    For example, if a police officer feels he is being asked to do an illegal search of a home or vehicle, he should stand down.

    Rhodes eventually wants to create a legal defense fund for Oath Keepers who are disciplined by their employers for defying orders they deem unlawful or immoral.

    “The message to law enforcement is not to become a tool of oppression,” he said.

    Rhodes, a husband and father of five home-schooled children, said he gets hundreds of e-mails a day, mostly from people interested in knowing more about his group.

    He also gets a lot of questions from “birthers” wanting to know if he thinks Obama is really an American citizen and from “truthers” asking whether he believes the attacks of 9/11 were an inside job. The group doesn’t have an official position on either issue, he said.

    Some of his responses to questions have turned would-be allies against him.

    “I’ve been accused of being a traitor or a CIA operative because I’m not coming out and declaring that the H1N1 (swine flu) vaccine is a biological weapon,” he said.

  189. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning Tellit! The plot just seems to continue to thicken with each passing day.

    Good find on this Article.

  190. samiam60 says:

    Ok, time to try the Re-boot fix and take care of some other chores. BBL

  191. VotingFemale says:

    In response to SamHenry’s blogpost eagerness to see an Obama-FOX truce:

    I think what Rahmbo was implying was The Administration would allow WH reps to go on FOX with “pre-conditions”… implying that FOX first surrenders and hoists the white flag and bends knee to The Chosen One.

    And… “in the future” is open ended and indefinite… as in the year 2525…

  192. VotingFemale says:

    To think The Chosen One will bend knee to the FOX Nation is not believable to me… the community organizer-in-chief is the Supreme Being in his own mind.

  193. Foxwood says:

    Oathkeepers sound like a group of patriots to me, Tellit.

  194. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Tellit!!!

    Thanks for posting that!!!

    yes… discussions of the Oathkeepers have been on the comment log in recent past… and I posted their videos and website.

    Lisa forwarded it all to her son in Iraq.
    Every serviceman and woman and policeman and woman should view the site and have an internal debate with their oath to the constitution and the people of this country.

    tellitlikeitis says

    Good Morning Everyone!

    READY TO REVOLT: Oath Keepers pledges to prevent dictatorship in United States

    Group asks police and military to lay down arms in response to orders deemed unlawful

  195. m2 says:

    Good morning all!

    WordPress is kind of buggy today for me!

  196. m2 says:

    Did anyone catch the myriad of Kennedy programming on History this weekend? They didn’t mention that Oswald was a Marxist, and they didn’t metion Teddy was married when Chappaquideke (spelling)….

    In fact there wasn’t much to the History Channel programs but a glazing over and presupposes assumptions… I guess.

  197. m2 says:

    History Channel is not objective and doesn’t even cover historical details.

    I wonder what company it is a subsidiary of….

  198. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning M2!!!

    Revison of History is rampant…

    Oswald was a Marxist/Communist/Socialist who murdered a DEM President, JFK.

    Ted Kennedy was cheating on his wife with Mary Jo… the woman who drowned when Ted Kennedy drunkenly drove off a bridge into the water.

    [shakes head…]

  199. m2 says:



    Launched on January 1, 1995, the channel is owned by A&E joint venture (Hearst, Disney, NBC)[1] …

  200. m2 says:

    VF, accd to what I saw on history- JFK was shot, the brothers worked tirelessly for Civil Rights, everyone loved them, Bobby was shot, Ted was the man of the family, Ted and Mary Jo went into a river and he was shocked… The country begged Red to run but Carter got the nod, Jackie was a celebrity, the Kennedy legacy is that they were the idolized and beloved American family and those who didn’t like them were against civil rights and/or the mob whom Bobby went after.

    The story is “sad”… A “curse” couldn’t happen to a greater family.. They are beloved. The end.

    I suppose that is how it goes in school…

    They, of course, wouldn’t talk about Oswalds Marxism because that would draw correlation to the extremism of Obama who if isn’t a Marxist on the books, employs them and Communists.

  201. m2 says:

    Its always the leftists going looney. Remember they (media) report them as conservatives to fit their bigoted “template” and never make the retractions when the info leaks out that the guy had Marxist writings/collections in their computers.

    That Virginia tech shooter was one.

    So was the old guy that shot ppl at the holocaust museum.

    My pt is, the people are crazy… But the media will try and paint them as something they aren’t to advance their agenda.

    Or in the case of History Channel, just ignore and not mention the historical details…. lol..

  202. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning M2 🙂

    History is being re-written and if you think about our own up bringing concerning the Naitive Americans even then history taught us they were the bad guys. The Movie Dance’s with Wolves opened a lot of American eyes,imo

  203. samiam60 says:

    VF my computer would not shut down as you advised. I think this computer is a Hal 2000 because I think I heard a voice saying

    What are you doing Sam

    as I tried to shut it down. I ended up pulling the plug while downloading the updates.

    After rebooting the Microsoft updates have come back to life and are attempting again to download those updates.

    I don’t know what else to do with this machine?

  204. m2 says:

    Marxism didn’t kill JFK, a mad man did.

    However this concerted effort in society to politicize ideology in place of insanity is the media’s fault. Always blaming Conservatism in order to prop up the Redistributionists…. And redefine the ugly truth of Marxism.

    Marxism is a thug’s ideology meant to facillitaye a dictatorship.

    The media can cover all they want, but we have a real life example everyday in VZ.

    Much as we have real examples of the failure of Spain’s socialism, the failure of Europe in general socialism (their debt and us carrying their economies), the failure of Cuba’s communism, and the despicable social failure of China’s communism. And the failure of North Korea’s dictatorship.

    They can’t hide it, and thinking intelligent people see the corellation.

  205. VotingFemale says:

    What is interesting to me are the OATHKEEPERS in in the case of would-be Dictator Zelaya vs the Constitution of Honduras.

    Click to access 2009-002965HNRPT.pdf


    B. The authority of the Supreme Court to order the public forces (fuerza pública) to
    carry out an arrest warrant against a sitting President
    Article 304 of the Constitution grants the courts the authority to apply laws to specific
    cases and to adjudicate and enforce judgments.27 Article 306 states that the courts may request
    the assistance of the public forces (fuerza pública) to obtain enforcement of their rulings.28
    Under this legal authority, the Supreme Court ordered the Chief of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to
    implement the arrest warrant.
    III. Did the Honduran National Congress properly approve Articles of Impeachment of
    the President as provided for by the Honduran Constitution?
    As stated above, the concept of the political procedure known as impeachment,
    previously contained in Article 205, Section 15 of the Honduran Constitution, was repealed by
    Decree 175-2003.29 The Constitution does not contain an express provision giving the National
    Congress the authority to remove a President from office. Nonetheless, the National Congress
    apparently used several other constitutional powers to remove President Zelaya from office.
    Among them are the following:
    • Article 205, Section 20 of the Constitution gives the National Congress the power to
    “approve or disapprove” the administrative conduct of the Executive and Judicial
    Branches, the National Tribunal of Elections, and many other high officers of the State;
    • Article 218, Section 3 reaffirms this power by stating that the decrees issued by the
    National Congress in reference to the conduct of the Executive Branch cannot be vetoed
    by the President;
    • Article 205, Section 21 authorizes the National Congress to appoint special commissions
    for the investigation of matters of national interest;
    • Article 208, Section 5 grants power to the Permanent Commission of the National
    Congress to receive complaints of violations of the Constitution;
    • Article 205, Section 10 grants the power to the National Congress to interpret the
    • Article 218, Section 9 reaffirms the Congressional power to interpret the Constitution by
    stating that Congressional resolutions issuing constitutional interpretations cannot be
    vetoed by the President; and Congress as “a concerned Honduran citizen” and not as a government representative. Id. (printed copy of the
    statement in the collection of the author.
    27 Id. art. 304.
    28 Id. art. 306.
    29 Decreto No. 175-2003 del 28 de Octubre del 2003 art. 1, LA GACETA, Dec. 19, 2003. The provision
    basically stated that Congress had the power to declare if cause existed to file charges against the President and other
    high officers of the three branches of government. It did not, however, provide a procedure to follow. Decreto No.
    412-2002 del 13 de Noviembre de 2002, LA GACETA, Feb. 20, 2003, ratified by Decreto 154-2003, del 23 de
    Septiembre de 2003, LA GACETA, Dec. 1, 2003.

    IV. Did the Supreme Court follow up by holding a proper, constitutionally mandated trial
    of the President?

    As stated in the answer to question II(a), above, the Supreme Court, based on its
    constitutional powers, heard the case against Zelaya and applied the appropriate procedure
    mandated by the Code of Criminal Procedure.

  206. VotingFemale says:

    Bottom line… the President of the United States is not above the law… and unlawful orders of a superior are not to be obeyed, per the US Constitution.

    That goes for any US President… be they Reagan or Obama or any other president.

    This is a nation of constitutional law…

  207. m2 says:

    This page is loading el slow-o…

    I’ve got some stuffs to get to today, anyway.
    Will bbl!!

  208. m2 says:

    Good point VF!

  209. VotingFemale says:

    sorry about the slow load M2! 😦

  210. Foxwood says:

    I bet then never said a word about how the Kennedys got their money. How Joe was a rum runner and a Nazi sympathizer.

  211. Foxwood says:

    “I don’t know what else to do with this machine?”

    Got a gun?

  212. VotingFemale says:

    was away helping a friend figure out a computer problem

  213. VotingFemale says:

    They wont discuss Jimmy Carter’s racist past either…

  214. Foxwood says:


    Obama Poised To Cede US Sovereignty
    Published on October 19, 2009

    by OfficialWire NewsDesk

    ST. PAUL, MN

    On October 14, Lord Christopher Monckton, a noted climate change skeptic, gave a presentation in St. Paul, MN.

    In this 4-minute excerpt from his speech, he issues a dire warning to all Americans regarding the United Nations Climate Change Treaty, scheduled to be signed in Copenhagen in December 2009.

    Lord Monckton served as a policy adviser to Margaret Thatcher. He has repeatedly challenged Al Gore to a debate to which Gore has refused. Monckton sued to stop Gore’s film “An Inconvenient Truth” from being shown in British schools due to its inaccuracies. The judge found in-favor of Monckton, ordering 9 serious errors in the film to be corrected. Lord Monckton travels internationally in an attempt to educating the public about the myth of global warming.

    There has been considerable debate raised about Monckton’s conclusion that the Copenhagen Treaty would cede US sovereignty. His comments appear to be based upon his interpretation of the The Supremacy Clause in the US Constitution (Article VI, paragraph 2). This clause establishes the Constitution, Federal Statutes, and U.S. TREATIES as the supreme law of the land. Concerns have been raised in the past that a particularly ambitious treaty may supersede the US Constitution. In the 1950s, a constitutional amendment, known as the Bricker Amendment, was proposed in response to such fears, but it failed to pass.

  215. Foxwood says:


    Video of Monckton’s Speech on Obama Poised to Cede US Sovereignty in Copenhagen

    Watts Up With That?
    Monday, Oct 19th, 2009

    WUWT readers and many others at other websites responded strongly to my post:

    Obama Poised to Cede US Sovereignty in Copenhagen, Claims British Lord Monckton Lord Monckton giving a presentation – photo by Derek Warnecke

    Now the full video of the speech is available of Lord Christopher Monckton speaking on October 14th, 2009 at a climate skeptic event sponsored by the Minnesota Free Market Institute. As an added bonus, we have the Powerpoint presentation used. Unlike Al Gore’s presentations, Monckton’s presentations are not “secret” and are available to the public.

    See the video below.

    Here is the full video of Lord Monckton’s speech. It is one hour and 35 minutes long.

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