Barack Obama, a Kamikazi Communist; all in, win loose or draw

obama just say no to communists

Yesterday, Joe Lieberman issued a public statement that he would join with Republicans in the Senate to Filibuster the ObamaCare bill if it contained a Public Option.

Lieberman appeared on FOX News yesterday and today and further clarified his position to say that while there are Health Industry reforms that are needed (which Republican Senators agree with) what he opposes is anything that adds costs to taxpayers and those who are already health insured.

To be sure there are Moderate DEM Congress men and women who are not Kamikazi Communists willing to fall on their swords… not willing to be ‘all in, win lose or draw‘ alongside Pelosi, Reid, and Obama on their bid to Federalize American Health Care.

What was George Soros’ response? issued a bold threat to every dithering DEM member of Congress that AKA George Soros & Co. will Attack them with the full force of their ‘5,000,000 member strong’ coalition of power.

Ohhhh…. skewy skewy, George!
Wun for your Wives!!!

The membership of consists of all flavors of DEMs from full blown Communists to conservative DEMs who became members in support of the DEM party’s bid for Congress and the Presidency in 2006 and 2008.

And, then there is that likely 100,000 or so Conservatives who are signed up as members simply to see what kind of tripe you email out to people. 😉

Think all those 5,000,000 email addresses are ALL IN for a Communist Take Over???

Doesn’t one of the Saul Alinsky’s Rule for Radicals state that you should try to make your opponents think you have more power than you actually have?

Uhhh yes it does…

So now the DEM Party Threatens it’s own Congressional Members… Obey our  Kamikazi Communist Bid to Destroy the Free Market, OR ELSE!

If any Moderate DEM VOTES FOR OBAMACARE they will have more problems than the DEM Party can fix come the elections in 2010 and 2012.

Their existence in Congress itself is on the line.

Watch the Bellwether Governor elections in Virginia and New Jersey… and see what Moderate DEMs and Independents think of the World Obama & Co is attempting to create.

Watch the election for NJ’s 23rd district seat in the US House of Representatives and observe the power of Palin to consolidate Voters against your Socialist GOP RINO, Dede Scozzafava and your DEM candidate, Bill Owens.

Think is worried about this? Check out their website… They are freeking out over Sarah Palin’s involvement in that race, gone are the personal attacks which never worked: Can you chip in to help stop Sarah Palin and the far right? You are as limp and impotent as is your Communist Puppets in Office… ohh they are scarrrrry, for sure. But so is the Majority of We the People… and We are coming for the Destroyers of our Free Market System. The Governor Races in VA and NJ and the three way battle for New Jersey’s 23rd district seat in the US House of Representatives is a dress rehearsal for 2010 and 2012.’s intimidation tactics outed by FOX News! 😀 Issues Warning to Democrats Opposed to ‘Public Option’

Any Democrat who opposes the government option will lose support from the organization’s 5 million members, according to an e-mail sent by the group to its supporters.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009 issued a warning Tuesday to any Democrat who might join Republicans to filibuster a government-run insurance option — if you oppose the government option you will lose support from the organization’s 5 million members

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced Monday that the Senate’s version of a health care reform bill will include a so-called public option. issued its e-mail to its supporters threatening revolt one day later.

The group said it surveyed its members over the weekend and found that “93 percent of MoveOn members agreed that any senator who helps block an up-or-down vote on a health care bill with the public option should lose the support of all five million of us — no donations, no volunteering, and no help getting out the vote.”

To ensure conservative Democrats will not oppose the public option, the group is launching an “emergency campaign” to urge them to support an up-or-down vote.

Despite its support, the group added that Reid’s bill is still problematic.

“The ‘opt-out’ version of the public option has real problems,” the e-mail said, adding that “the most conservative states in the country would likely opt out, potentially leaving millions of uninsured folks without access to the affordable health care a public option would provide.”


Additional Reading…

Thanks for the tracky-backy love, American Power! Back at ‘cha:

American Power: Obama Donors Get Clinton-Era Perks: White House ‘Transparency’ Spin Begins

American Spectator: NY23: ‘Do You Believe in Miracles’?

BigHollywood: My Extremely Cute Chinese Communist Spy

Heritige Foundation: Video: The Truth About The Public Option

HotAir: Bayh: Cloture vote, floor vote all the same

Legal Insurrection: Dems to Lieberman: “You Lie”

Michelle Malkin: Video: Obamacare behind closed doors

Black Sphere: Obama Losing Luster?

Frugal Cafe: Joe Lieberman Knocks Over the ObamaCare Apple Cart, Will Filibuster Against Health Care Plan



conservative blog network

Animal Farm — Blow it out your ass!

Government health care should scare everyone

Healthcare for Illegals -Delayed by Design – A Moral Agenda Paid For by Moral Bankrupy – The Eagle’s Eye for October 28, 2009

Health Care/Afghanistan Reach Critical Mass, Obama off to campaign in Florida?

Our Whole world will be a burning ball of fire

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79 Responses to Barack Obama, a Kamikazi Communist; all in, win loose or draw

  1. tellitlikeitis says:

    Part 2: ‘What the Obama Administration Pretends Is Realism Is Naïve Nonsense’

    SPIEGEL: You have called him a “young Hamlet” over his hesitation about making a decision on Afghanistan. However, he’s just carefully considering the options after Bush shot so often from the hip.

    Krauthammer: No. The strategy he’s revising is not the Bush strategy, it’s the Obama strategy. On March 27, he stood there with a background of flags, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on one side and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates on the other, and said: “Today, I’m announcing a comprehensive, new strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan.” So don’t tell me this is revising eight years of Bush, he’s not. For all these weeks and months he’s been revising his own strategy, and that’s okay, you’re allowed to do that. But if you’re president and you’re commander-in-chief, and your guys are getting shot and killed in the field, and you think “maybe the strategy I myself announced with great fanfare six months ago needs to be revised,” do it in quiet. Don’t show the world that you’re utterly at sea and have no idea what to do! Your European allies already are skittish and reluctant, and wondering whether they ought to go ahead. It’s your own strategy, if it’s not working, then you revise it and fix it. You just don’t demoralize your allies.

    SPIEGEL: Is Afghanistan still a war of necessity, still a strategic interest?

    Krauthammer: The phrase “war of necessity and war of choice” is a phrase that came out of a different context. Milan Kundera once wrote, “a small country is a country that can disappear and knows it.” He was thinking of prewar Czechoslovakia. Israel is a country that can disappear and knows it. America, Germany, France, Britain, are not countries that can disappear. They can be defeated but they cannot disappear. For the great powers, and especially for the world superpower, very few wars are wars of necessity. In theory, America could adopt a foreign policy of isolationism and survive. We could fight nowhere, withdraw from everywhere — South Korea, Germany, Japan, NATO, the United Nations — if we so chose. From that perspective, every war since World War II has been a war of choice.

    So using those categories — wars of necessity, wars of choice — is unhelpful in thinking through contemporary American intervention. In Afghanistan the question is: Do the dangers of leaving exceed the dangers of staying.

    SPIEGEL: General Stanley McCrystal is asking for more troops. Is that really the right strategy?

    Krauthammer: General Stanley McCrystal is the world expert on counterterrorism. For five years he ran the most successful counterterrorism operation probably in the history of the world: His guys went after the bad guys in Iraq, they ran special ops, they used the Predators and they killed thousands of jihadists that we don’t even know about, it was all under the radar. And now this same general tells Obama that the counterterrorism strategy in Afghanistan will fail, you have to do counterinsurgency, population protection. That would seem an extremely persuasive case that counterterrorism would not work.

    SPIEGEL: You famously coined the term “Reagan Doctrine” to describe Ronald Reagan’s foreign policy. What is the “Obama Doctrine?”

    Krauthammer: I would say his vision of the world appears to me to be so naïve that I am not even sure he’s able to develop a doctrine. He has a view of the world as regulated by self-enforcing international norms, where the peace is kept by some kind of vague international consensus, something called the international community, which to me is a fiction, acting through obviously inadequate and worthless international agencies. I wouldn’t elevate that kind of thinking to a doctrine because I have too much respect for the word doctrine.

    SPIEGEL: Are you saying that diplomacy always fails?

    Krauthammer: No, foolishness does. Perhaps when he gets nowhere on Iran, nowhere with North Korea, when he gets nothing from the Russians in return for what he did to the Poles and the Czechs, gets nowhere in the Middle East peace talks — maybe at that point he’ll begin to rethink whether the world really runs by international norms, consensus, and sweetness and light, or whether it rests on the foundation of American and Western power that, in the final analysis, guarantees peace.

    SPIEGEL: That is the cynical approach.

    Krauthammer: The realist approach. Henry Kissinger once said that peace can be achieved only one of two ways: hegemony or balance of power. Now that is real realism. What the Obama administration pretends is realism is naïve nonsense.

    SPIEGEL: How do you solve problems like climate change if international institutions are failing?

    Krauthammer: It’s not the institution that does it, it’s the confluence of interests. Where there is a confluence of interests among nations, as, for example the swine flu or polio, you can get well functioning international institutions like the World Health Organization. And you can act. Climate change is different, because the science remains hypothetical and the potential costs staggering.

    SPIEGEL: You think it’s a speculative theory?

    Krauthammer: My own view is that there is man-made warming. On several occasions I have written that I don’t think you can pump carbon dioxide into the atmosphere indefinitely and not have a reaction. But there are great scientists such as Freeman Dyson, one of the greatest physicists of the last hundred years, who has studied the question, who believes quite the opposite. The reason transnational action is so difficult is because the major problem with climate change is, A, that there is no consensus, and, B, that the economic cost is simply staggering. Reversing it completely might mean undoing the modern industrial economy.

    I’m not against international institutions that would try to tackle it. But the way to go, at least in the short run, is to go to nuclear power. It’s amazing to me that people who are so alarmed about global warming are so reluctant to adopt the obvious short-term solution — the bridge until the day when we have affordable renewable energy — of nuclear power. It seems to me intellectually dishonest. Nuclear is obviously not the final answer because it produces its own waste — but you have a choice. There’s no free lunch. If you want an industrial economy, you need energy. If you want energy, it will produce pollution. You can have it in two forms. You can have it dissipated in the atmosphere — like carbon dioxide — which then you cannot recover, or you can have the waste concentrated in one small space like nuclear. That is far easier to deal with. The idea that you can be able to create renewable energy at a price anywhere near the current price for oil or gas or coal is a fantasy.

    SPIEGEL: Do you basically think Obama is going to be a one-term president?

    Krauthammer: No, I think he has a very good chance of being reelected. For two reasons. First, there’s no real candidate on the other side, and you can’t beat something with nothing. Secondly, it’ll depend on the economy — and just from American history, in the normal economic cycles, presidents who have their recessions at the beginning of their first term get reelected (Reagan, Clinton, the second Bush), and presidents who have them at the end of their first term don’t (Carter, the first Bush). Obama will lose a lot of seats in next year’s Congressional election, but the economy should be on the upswing in 2012.

    SPIEGEL: Is the conservative movement in the United States in decline?

    Krauthammer: When George W. Bush won in 2004, there was lots of stuff written that about the end of liberalism and the death of the Democratic Party. Look where we are now.

    SPIEGEL: A Democrat is back in the White House, the party also controls Congress.

    Krauthammer: Exactly. We see the usual overreading of history whenever one side loses. Look, there are cycles in American politics. US cycles are even more pronounced because we Americans have a totally entrepreneurial presidential system. We don’t have parliamentary opposition parties with a shadow prime minister and shadow cabinets. Every four years, the opposition reinvents itself. We have no idea who will be the Republican nominee in 2012. The party structures are very fluid. We have a history of political parties being thrown out of the White House after two terms — as has happened every single time with only one exception (Ronald Reagan) since World War II. The idea that one party is done in the US is silly. The Republicans got killed in 2006 and 2008, but they will be back.

    SPIEGEL: The party lacks a strong, intelligent leader.

    Krauthammer: Yes. And if the Republicans don’t have one by 2012, they’ll lose and they’ll have to wait till 2016. It could take eight years to develop. You know, people say — the White House was pushing this idea — that the radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh is the leader of the opposition because there’s no other leader. Well, ask yourself, in 2001 and 2002 and 2003, who was the leader of the Democratic Party? There was none. We don’t have a parliamentary system in which opposition leaders are designated.

    SPIEGEL: Some people say you’re that leader.

    Krauthammer: I’m just getting to an age where a lot of my contemporaries are retiring or dying. So I’m on default a voice of authority. I don’t attribute very much to that.

    SPIEGEL: Who will be the next leader of the Republican Party?

    Krauthammer: Some presidential candidates from last year will return in 2012. Sarah Palin is not a serious contender, but somebody like Mitt Romney will be. He is a serious guy, he understands the economy. There will also be some young people many haven’t yet heard about, such as Rep. Paul Ryan or Gov. Tim Pawlenty. Or outsiders like the mastermind behind the surge in Iraq, General David Petraeus, who might retire from the military and run for President on the Republican ticket.

    SPIEGEL: Many people, however, currently think the Republicans are the party of “no.”

    Krauthammer: That perception is a serious problem for them.

    SPIEGEL: At the end of Bush’s second term, he granted you a long interview. Afterwards, you wrote that history would judge Bush kindly. Why?

    Krauthammer: Basically I think Bush will have the same historical rehabilitation that Harry Truman did.

    SPIEGEL: And why is that?

    Krauthammer: Truman left in the middle of an unpopular war, to use your phrase, a war of choice. Truman didn’t have to go into South Korea. And he was reviled and ridiculed for the stalemate that resulted. Now, he’s seen as one of the great presidents of the 20th century.

    I think Bush actually handled the Iraq War better than Truman handled the Korean War. For one thing, the number of losses is about one-tenth. Secondly, he made the right decision with the surge. Thirdly, if Iraq turns out well, meaning becomes a country fairly self-sufficient and fairly friendly to the West, it will have a more important effect on the West than having a non-communist South Korea. The Middle East is strategically a far more important region.

    Bush’s worst mistake was the conduct of the Iraq war in the middle years — 2004-2006 — and the attempt to win on the cheap, with a light footprint.

    On the other hand, I think he did exactly the right thing after 9/11. Look at the Patriot Act, which revolutionized how we deal with domestic terrorism, passed within six weeks of 9/11 in the fury of the moment. Testimony to how well Bush got it right is that Democrats, who now control Congress and had been highly critical of it, are now after eight years reauthorizing it with almost no significant changes.

    Afghanistan is more problematic. Our success in overthrowing the Taliban in 100 days was remarkable. It’s one of the great military achievements of all time. On the other hand, holding Afghanistan is a lot harder than taking it, and to this day we are not sure how to do it. But the initial success in 2001-2002 did decimate and scatter al-Qaida. It is no accident that we have not suffered a second attack — something no one who lived in Washington on Sept. 11 thought possible.

    I’m sure he will be rehabilitated in the long term.

    Clare Booth Luce once said that every president is remembered for one thing, and that’s what Bush will be remembered for. He kept us safe.

    SPIEGEL: Is it too early to foresee what Obama will be remembered for?

    Krauthammer: It is quite early. It could be his election.

    SPIEGEL: Mr. Krauthammer, we thank you for this interview.

  2. tellitlikeitis says:

    Looks like you health care plan got wee wee’d on Obama.

  3. VotingFemale says:

    I have a lot of respect for Krauthammer’s thoughts and views… I also know he can not read tea leaves… he, when predicting the future, is more like a rules bound computer program which only works with the data it is given.

    Romney was a early loser in 2008 as was Huckabee. There are reasons of emotions why that was the case… situations of failure to connect with enough voters… it is not a matter of data and logic that was so… it was emotional.

    Future screw ups by Obama and possible revelations of his shadowy past can not be discounted nor disallowed…

  4. VotingFemale says:

    The new and improved Sarah Palin has not yet been turned lose on the world… and no one can predict the effects of that. She has an almost three year runway… to tune and refine.

  5. VotingFemale says:

    If anyone reads the post at they will see that the Communists see a real threat from Sarah Palin… it is her connect ability with moderates and conservatives… if it were only a connection with the far right they would not be worried… and notice they are not afraid of Tim Pawlenty, much less Romney or Huckabee…

    Sarah is connecting with Tea Partiers and 912ers who are not hard over for the GOP. Even the GOP still does not fully comprehend this.

  6. Foxwood says:

    I’ve already heard this on Glenn’s radio show, but it’s enough to make me sick.

    I could go ballistic on this.

  7. Foxwood says:

    VF? You pissed at Beck yet? I mean, you live in a crappy state… 🙂

  8. Foxwood says:

    Ok… he made nice to you now, huh? Texas is not a crappy state… 🙂

  9. Foxwood says:

    I guess he figures he can piss off 1 out of 50 states…

    That’s not bad odds.

  10. m2 says:

    I’m going to get Palin’s book the moment it comes out. She is the embodiment of Reagan economic conservatism AND the founding fathers vision.

  11. VotingFemale says:

    I am a native Texas girl living in the future of America… The People’s republic of TaxaTwoShits.

  12. m2 says:

    Good recap of current events. Some liberals who are falling for Obama’s Jim Jones kool-aid have no idea they are being used as peons of Soros.

    The things that some of the Socialists on ireport said about Lieberman was disheartening.

    Lieberman puts truth (and country) first before submitting to the malignant narcissist.

  13. VotingFemale says:

    ohhhh the folks over at American Power likes my graphic above! lol They picked it up and used it for one of their blog posts today.

    at least they have given me credit and a link! 😀

    there is probably a track back from them… I need to go see if there is and release it from moderation.


  14. m2 says:

    Interesting article today on American Thinker about Obama’s NPD… And they called him a malignant narcissist.

    Jim Jones was a malignant narcissist who talked of “change” and “social justice” then formed a dictatorship/police state. Hitler was a malignant narcissist. This is bad for us….

    I have to go eat, hubs declares dinner time… 😉

  15. samhenry says:

    Really but really like this blogpost, VF.

    I was living in Philly the MOVE organization was holed up in a townhouse that was later firebombed killing everyone inside. I wonder if this organization is in any way connected?

  16. VotingFemale says:

    The Ole Dinner Time Declaration!

    mmmm… they tend to get ornery if they are not fed, huh? 😉

  17. VotingFemale says:

    Thank you SamH… it was like trying to mow the grass with scissors to get this one finished for some reason. Sometimes it is like that.

    I don’t know about the MOVE org… but I am well acquainted with… a George Soros funded and dictated Liberal …uhhh Progressive …uhhh Socialist …uhhh Communist PAC.

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  19.! Along with all the other liberal whiners. America is rejecting their ultra left agenda.

    I am now watching the NJ & the CT race.

    OMG!!!!!!! Levi Johnston is spewing the BS,again! He’s on ET tonight. Arrrrggghhh! I’d luv to b!tchslap that piece of sh*t!

  20. Foxwood says:

    New blog post… Hold your nose. This ain’t pretty.

  21. Someone needs to teach Levi a f-g lesson!

  22. VotingFemale says:

    Just visited your blogpost and left you a comment Foxwood …and give you a track back.

  23. VotingFemale says:

    Susan… that smuck Levi Johnston is being used like a street walker by the Moonbats… and his 15 minutes of fame will end with him being tossed back where he came from.

  24. VF , gawd I hope so! What a dirtbag.

    Levi is really ( in reality ) helping the Palins but I do feel especially feel bad for Bristol & her baby. She has taken full responsibility.Unlike ( ahem ) Levi.

  25. Foxwood says:

    “Along with all the other liberal whiners. America is rejecting their ultra left agenda.”

    Whining is the liberal pass time. Sometimes they just wee’ed their diapers, but they can just sit there and whine, if that’s the case. Let Obutthole change them diapers. America is tired of the whining and bullcrap!

  26. Foxwood says:

    “and his 15 minutes of fame will end with him being tossed back where he came from.”

    So who digs in the dung heap?

  27. Levi posing for “Playgirl” ? Oh my goodness! Levi is already washed up. 12,13,14…

  28. Foxwood says:

    “Levi posing for “Playgirl” ?”

    Eh.. I’ll pass…

  29. Foxwood says:

    Don’t take my sardonic sarcasm serious, Susan…

    Wow, look at the alliteration!

  30. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good evening guys and gals. My cousin sent me this. This is a must watch video!

  31. VotingFemale says:

    Obutthole to the Moonbats: Grab a diaper… you are not holding the diaper right… that is a socialist diaper…

    we need a graphic of Obutthole in a diaper

  32. VotingFemale says:

    Hey Tellit! take off your shoes and have a beer, dear.

  33. Foxwood says:

    It’s coming soon, Tellit. 2010 will be the turning point and these slugs can go crawl under a rock.

  34. tellitlikeitis says:

    Lloyd Marcus, What a patriot! A black conservative and a real American.

  35. Foxwood says:

    Opps! I get him and Mark Lloyd mixed up… My bad…

  36. VotingFemale says:


  37. tellitlikeitis says:

    VF, What do you think? Maybe you can use it on a future blog.

  38. VotingFemale says:

    He is indeed awesome!

    btw I grabbed that pic of Sarah Palin titled Bring It On… went to youtube and set the vid to HD and snagged it 😀

    tellitlikeitis says

    Lloyd Marcus, What a patriot! A black conservative and a real American.

  39. VotingFemale says:

    I Love it and will add it to my next Palin blogpost… they always make me feel better about things.

    Thank you for sharing it Tellit! smooch

    tellitlikeitis says

    VF, What do you think? Maybe you can use it on a future blog.

  40. tellitlikeitis says:

    VF, I am happy to contribute whatever I can to your blogs. I gained an enormous amout of respect for you from ireport. I use to enjoy doing battle with all the libtards on your ireport blogs when the kool-aid drinking morons would gang up on you. It got me banned but it was worth the fight. I will do whatever I can to help make your blogs successful now and in the future. I hope my contributions will make a difference.

  41. VotingFemale says:

    yeah… he is on a power diet preparing for it… if only his winnie would drop off…

    xireportersusan says

    Levi posing for “Playgirl” ? Oh my goodness! Levi is already washed up. 12,13,14…

  42. VotingFemale says:

    You are a gift to me, Tellit.

    And I well remember us battling side by side with the iTrolls on my iReports.

    tellitlikeitis says

    VF, I am happy to contribute whatever I can to your blogs. I gained an enormous amout of respect for you from ireport. I use to enjoy doing battle with all the libtards on your ireport blogs when the kool-aid drinking morons would gang up on you. It got me banned but it was worth the fight. I will do whatever I can to help make your blogs successful now and in the future. I hope my contributions will make a difference.

  43. arlenearmy says:

    MoveOn is just making noise. I think the number of their membership is exaggerated.

  44. m2 says:

    Ewwww laaaahhhdd… P-U, i just went to check out ireport… it’s McLame.

    and they are definitely MOST DEFINITELY eliminating conservative viewpoints. They’ve stuffed more ads on and I guess CNN is doing what their Billionaire power-elitist maker Ted decrees.

    Nice. Whole lot of guts at that *cough* “news” organization….

  45. VotingFemale says:

    All of the men and women who share with me their presence on the blog are treasures I cherish… I mean that from the bottom of my heart..

    hugs and kisses to each and every one of you…


  46. m2 says:

    I’m gonna watch some werewolf man show on History. I don’t actually like to devote time to History being that their ‘history’ is devoid of fact, and they are owned by NBC and Disney… but I’ll make an exception tonight.

    I hear Coulter and Malkin are on Hannity tonight, but my hubs is not gonna wanna watch more politics…

  47. VotingFemale says:

    Arlene, MoveOne, like the Chosen One, are impressed with themselves… and that weakens them…

  48. m2 says:

    VF, thanks lady. It’s funny the difference in thought line between me, you and Arlene these last few recent comments.

    It’s theraputic to form a power alliance of like minds, like Susan said. It’s a good thing to have all of us- otherwise Obutthead would drive us to the insane asylum.

  49. m2 says:

    Have a good night ladies!

  50. VotingFemale says:

    it is true… M2.

    we are a coalition of power… a pocket of dedicated Patriots who’s voices are joined with millions across this country.

    And you can believe… they hear us now.

    Right, Obutthole?

  51. VotingFemale says:

    my hubster can’t take the volume of politics I do… it overloads him to the point of blowing a gasket, But… he is a staunch conservative whom I converted from the clutches of the slime ball progressives long ago…

  52. VotingFemale says:

    good night M2, dear… I must go spend time with the male and pretend to watch UFC with him lol

  53. VotingFemale says:

    tomorrow, one less day of Obama the Zorg

  54. samhenry says:

    A little bedtime film for you. The best is near the end when the Prince’s horse shows off. It is from the Film Board of Canada – a great filmmaking instrument! This is the full film.

  55. LisaInTX says:

    Evening all…just checking email and found this….Check out the videos on this link—they are GREAT!! LMAO…hahahaaa
    Loved the one about Al Gore….hahahahaha

  56. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good night everyone! We will live to fight another day!

  57. LisaInTX says:

    That was too funny…I loved it when the horse hit the sign and it showed the same pose!! hahahaa

  58. LisaInTX says:

    G-night Tellit….
    Yes we will battle again tomorrow……
    I enjoyed the video you posted and the dialog with Charles K…..he is a very savvy man.

  59. LisaInTX says:

    BTW…seems Lindsey Graham is backstroking on his Crap and Trade stance…..let’s see if he STANDS his ground and puts principals before bullsh*t.

  60. samhenry says:

    Ah, a great hosewoman knows what’s really funny! We see horses asses all the time.

    Nite Lisa – I’m off to bed. Nice to know someone watched and enjoyed the vid.

  61. LisaInTX says:

    The Foundation

    “Against the insidious wiles of foreign influence, (I conjure you to believe me fellow citizens) the jealousy of a free people ought to be constantly awake; since history and experience prove that foreign influence is one of the most baneful foes of Republican Government.” –George Washington

  62. LisaInTX says:

    “Much of what government does is based on the premise that people can’t do things for themselves. So government must do it for them. More often than not, the result is a ham-handed, bumbling, one-size-fits-all approach that leaves the intended beneficiaries worse off. Of course, this resulting failure is never blamed on the political approach — on the contrary, failure is taken to mean the government solution was not extravagant enough.” –columnist John Stossel

    “What is most frightening about the political left is that they seem to have no sense of the tragedy of the human condition. All problems seem to them to be due to other people not being as wise or as noble as they are.” –economist Thomas Sowell

    “Under every plausible analysis, it seems, ObamaCare will deliver lower-quality care at higher prices, increasing the federal debt while reducing Americans’ freedom. Why are they so determined to do this to us?” –Wall Street Journal columnist James Taranto

  63. Foxwood says:

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

  64. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Arlene! It was a great post. I just never thought of Walmart selling caskets.

  65. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood!

    Yes, I too just read your blogpost, Arlene. It Rocks!

    Keep the fire burning hot on this communist.

  66. Foxwood says:

    Let’s not forget ACORN gets it funding back after October 31st. Call your Reps and Senators to permanently de-fund ACORN!

  67. VotingFemale says:

    ACORN… The Criminal Arm of the White House… what’s not to Heart?

  68. Foxwood says:

    Morning VF! I went to bed at 8 then couldn’t sleep after 2:30. So I’m doing some research before I head out to work.

  69. Foxwood says:

    I’m really missing Sami at this hour…

  70. Foxwood says:

    Sent Sami a note. Hope he replies.

  71. Foxwood says:

    May have to send in some troopers to get him.

  72. Foxwood says:

    Check out the messages in the Conference Room.

  73. VotingFemale says:

    Almost done with new blogpost… I think it is going to get a reaction from the communists…

  74. Foxwood says:

    This is copyright protected, so here’s the link. I will not watch any movie with these traitors in it.

  75. VotingFemale says:

    Senn Penn is a M&Moore wannabe…

    I hope he makes the video so I can trash it and him

  76. VotingFemale says:

    Here is the new blogpost… I seldom get ahead of the curve relative to the power bloggers but this blogpost is ahead of the curve on that count…

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