Palin Nails Socialist RINO Scozzafava to the WALL; Bombshell revealed

Make No Mistake
Sarah Palin is the HERO in the Sordid Mess

A Fact the RNC tries to Spin Away
Earth to RNC
Do you hear us now?

palin bring it on

Newt Gingrich,
by word and deed
is also a RINO

newt RINO


Dede Scozzafava, the wretched RINO Snake in the Grass wearing Republican Clothing, after soaking the NRCC and the RNC of $1 Million Dollars and their Reputation,  has taken the final step… to plunge a political knife into the party she used for her Socialist Purposes. Obama must be proud of this SLIME BALL.

A name that will live in INFAMY
as the Socialist RINO TROLL
Taken Out
by Sarah Palin

…as the RNCC & RNC backed
the RINO Socialist.

Obama Must Be Laughing at the RNCC & RNC

The Communist RINO’s parting shot…

“Since beginning my campaign, I have told you that this election is not about me; it’s about the people of this District,” Scozzafava wrote in an e-mail sent to supporters this afternoon.

“It is in this spirit that I am writing to let you know I am supporting Bill Owens for Congress and urge you to do the same.”

Dede’s Dear ‘Labor Union Big Shot’ Hubby played his assigned role:

At 10 p.m. last night – right in the middle of the Halloween festivities – Scozzafava’s husband, Ron McDougall, president of the Jefferson/Lewis/St. Lawrence Central Labor Council issued a statement through the AFL-CIO that he is endorsing Owens against Conservative candidate Doug Hoffman.

According to his statement, it basically all comes down to support of the labor movement’s top priority, the Employee Free Choice Act and its controversial card-check provision, which Owens and Scozzafava supported – much to the chagrin of the right – and Hoffman pointedly does not.

“This has been a difficult day for my family. But the needs and concerns of the men and women of the 23rd Congressional District remain paramount,” McDougall said. “As such, I wholeheartedly and without reservation endorse the candidacy of Bill Owens.”

“As a life-long labor activist, I know that Bill Owens understands the issues important to working people. On the other hand, Doug Hoffman has little regard for the interests of workers.”

“Hoffman’s opposition to the Employee Free Choice Act, coupled with his support for the failed policies of the Bush Administration make him a poor choice to serve the citizens of the 23rd Congressional District.”

What was Obama doing during all this?
The bombshell revelation was Barack Obama was never against Dede Scozzafava, rather was focused on defeating Doug Hoffman.

Here is a sample form email sent out to the sheep from

From: Mitch Stewart, []
Sent: Sunday, November 01, 2009
To: [redacted]
Subject: Huge news from NY-23

[Redacted] —

Yesterday brought huge news out of New York’s 23rd congressional district.

Republican Dede Scozzafava has suspended her campaign, leaving a two-way race between Democrat Bill Owens and Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman.

Bill Owens is President Obama’s choice for the seat — while Doug Hoffman’s sole mission in Congress would be to oppose the agenda we’ve worked so hard to enact.

It’s more important than ever to turn out the vote for Bill Owens. We’re running out of time — so we need your help. Call three Owens voters and remind them to vote on Tuesday:

Our online tool will make it quick and easy — and President Obama is counting on you to get involved.



—————Original Message—————
From: Mitch Stewart,
Subject: Help win this election

Friend —

New York’s 23rd congressional district hasn’t been represented by a Democrat since the 1800’s — but in a few days, we’ll have a chance to win and send President Obama a strong ally in Congress.

It’s an unusual, three-way race. Republican leaders in Washington are picking sides between the GOP and Conservative Party candidates, while our movement is united behind President Obama’s choice: Democrat Bill Owens, an Air Force veteran with a proven record of creating jobs.

But, just like last year, everyone will need to get involved to win. Turnout is everything — the election could be decided by a handful of votes. So we need your help to call Bill Owens supporters and make sure they get out to vote next Tuesday.

Using our simple online tool, making calls is easy and effective. Can the President count on you to get involved now?

Call Bill Owens supporters in NY-23 and remind them to vote Tuesday.

Thousands of OFA supporters have made calls using our online “Neighbor to Neighbor” tool in the past year. Just log in (or create an account) and follow the simple instructions.

In no time, you’ll be on the phone with an Owens supporter who is grateful for the reminder to vote — and you’ll have a tremendous impact on a key special election from the comfort of your own home.

A week ago, President Obama wrote folks in New York to announce his support for Bill Owens:

“As I work to change the tone of our nation’s politics and end the petty partisanship that has dominated Washington for too long, I’ll need the help of leaders like Bill.

But my support will only take Bill so far. As we learned last year, true change doesn’t come from folks in Washington, but from the dedication and energy of people like you.”
It’s true — we proved last year that thousands of volunteers knocking on doors and making phone calls can accomplish anything. And today, we need your help again.

Call Owens supporters and remind them to vote Tuesday:



Mitch Stewart
Organizing for America

Barack Obama
is going to get this election
where the Socialist Sun Don’t Shine.



Additional Reading…

On My Watch — Traitors and Treachey: Irresponsible Leadership – SCOZZAFAVA, HOH AND OBAMA – The Eagle’ Eye for November 2, 2009
ArleneArmy – Open Season on Conservative Bloggers – Beware!
Mad Conservative –

Ed Driscoll
Dumb Dede! Scozzafava endorses Democrat Owens for NY23 | Fire Andrea Mitchell!
Hoffman Gets Giuliani Endorsement « Nice Deb
Fake Republican Endorses Real Democrat « The American Catholic
The Other McCain: NY23 LIVE from Watertown, N.Y: ‘Surprise, surprise! Dede is a Democrat’
SHOCKER! NY23 liberal endorses fellow liberal » Cold Fury
Thoughts on conservatives, liberals, and race « Nebraska Redneck
The Wide Awake Cafe » Scozzafava Skedaddles
Scozzafava Endorses Democrat Owens | Republicans United.
Party loyalty | Hoystory
Ousted GOP candidate endorses Dem in messy NY race « Wellsy’s World
HOTAiR: Newt Female Clone Democrat Scozzafava endorses Democrat in NY-23 | DC SMELL REPORT
DBKP – Death By 1000 Papercuts – DBKP
Hoffman/Scozzafava-Let The Spin Begin | Stephen Kruiser
Traitors and Treachey: Irresponsible Leadership – The Eagle’ Eye for November 2, 2009 « ON MY WATCH – the writings of SamHenry
NY-23 Roundup | bRight & Early
NY-23 | Reclaim Conservatism
PoliGazette » Elections Update: Conservatives in the Lead
Scozzafava – The Chickens Coming Home to Roost « BUNKERVILLE | God, Guns and Guts Comrades!

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83 Responses to Palin Nails Socialist RINO Scozzafava to the WALL; Bombshell revealed

  1. Foxwood says:

    Scuzzifuzzi has stepped into the light…

  2. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Everyone!

  3. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Tellit!

  4. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Tellit!

  5. VotingFemale says:

    Skuzzy-Face is dog meat

  6. Foxwood says:

    I bet she was called that as a kid in socialist school…

  7. VotingFemale says:

    and has been a perfect storm for Palin to wade into…

    FOX News and the RNC will down play Sarah’s role… but it will not help the RNC in this…

    Conservative Voters kicked the RNC in the ass and supported Doug Hoffman, and believe you me, I and the rest of us are watching FOX News’ spin this… as they host Mike “Gomer Pile” Huckabee.

    I do not trust FOX News… and Huckabee is not presidential… though he is a nice old man with homey ways.

    And Romney? A country club Blue Blood polymer casing for a man shaped vacuum devoid of emotions. Reminds me of a republican equiv of Al Gore.

  8. VotingFemale says:

    And lets not forget the RNC pumping up Romney’s achievement of Massachusetts’ RomneyCare… which is now a Fiscal Failure Bankrupting the Communist Republic of TaxaTwoSh!ts and Rationing Health Care.

  9. Foxwood says:

    “Communist Republic of TaxaTwoSh!ts and Rationing Health Care.”

    I have to say, Fox does make a deal about that also…

  10. VotingFemale says:

    FOX will eventually be forced to follow the GOP’s realization of who is who and what is what… and Sarah will have her day.

    Scozzafava is the Socialist first notch of Palin 2.0, and Newt was the second Notch.

    Earth to Newt, the US has majority Turned to Reagan Conservatism as a counter to Obama Communism… so either Lead, Follow, or Get the Hell Out of the WAY

  11. VotingFemale says:


    Election 2009: New Jersey Governor
    New Jersey Governor’s Race Still Shows Christie with Slight Edge

    Republican Chris Christie continues to hold a three-point advantage over incumbent Democrat Jon Corzine in New Jersey’s down-to-the-wire race for governor.

    The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the state, conducted Thursday night, shows Christie with 46% of the vote and Corzine with 43%. Those numbers are unchanged from earlier in the week and little changed from polling conducted the week before.

    The last four Rasmussen Reports polls have shown Christie with a very slight advantage ranging from two to four percentage points each time. Christie now leads by eight points among men while Corzine is up by two among women.

    Independent candidate Chris Daggett attracts eight percent (8%) support in the latest poll. That’s up a point from earlier in the week but down three from two weeks ago. While more than 20% of the state’s voters have considered voting for Daggett at some point along the way, his actual support has been declining over the past couple of weeks. Daggett was initially seen primarily as a protest vote for those unhappy with Corzine as governor but unwilling to vote for a Republican.

    Christie leads by seven points among those who are certain they will show up and vote.

    Corzine does better among voters who might not make it to the polls. That’s one reason President Obama, former President Bill Clinton and other Democratic Party luminaries are spending time in the Garden State. The more of these uncommitted voters that the Democratic Party and its allies can get to the polls, the better the prospects for Corzine. Democrats generally have an edge in New Jersey when it comes to getting out the vote, which is one reason no Republican has won a statewide race since 1997.

    Still, even among supporters of the president, there is some reluctance to embrace Corzine. Voters who Strongly Approve of the president’s job performance overwhelmingly support Corzine. However, among those who Somewhat Approve of Obama’s performance, 48% say they’ll vote for Corzine, while another 48% will vote for one of the challengers—28% for Christie, 20% for Daggett.

    Those who Somewhat or Strongly Disapprove of how the president is doing his job prefer Christie by wide margins. Overall, 55% of New Jersey voters give the president their approval.

    Measuring the ultimate impact of third-party candidates is always challenging. Many voters initially say they support an independent option and then change their minds as Election Day nears. Over the past couple of weeks, the number of voters who cite Daggett as their first preference has declined from 16% to 12%. The number who will actually vote for such a candidate typically declines because they eventually decide to vote for the lesser of two evils between the major party candidates.

    Currently, Daggett draws support from eight percent (8%) of Democrats and four percent (4%) of Republicans.

    Overall, Daggett is viewed favorably by 37% of voters and unfavorably by 47%. His unfavorables are up seven points from earlier in the week and 20 points over the past three weeks. Daggett is viewed unfavorably by 66% of Republicans while Democrats and unaffiliated voters are more evenly divided in their views of him.

    Corzine is now viewed favorably by 44% and unfavorably by 54%. Those numbers are a slight improvement from earlier in the week.

    Christie’s totals are 48% favorable and 50% unfavorable, down slightly from earlier in the week when the two were even.

    Early in the year, Christie held a solid lead over Corzine. The governor’s campaign worked to make Christie an unacceptable alternative and succeeded in driving the negative ratings up for the GOP hopeful. Daggett became a possible candidate for those who didn’t like the governor but also didn’t want to vote for a Republican, so Christie began linking Corzine and Daggett. That has succeeded in driving up Daggett’s negative ratings. About the only thing certain in New Jersey at the moment is that the next governor will be someone that is disliked by at least half the state.

    In this year’s only other gubernatorial race, Republican Robert F. McDonnell has now opened a 13-point lead over Democrat R. Creigh Deeds in Virginia.

  12. Good for Sarah~

    Leaving Alaska was the best thing she ever did.

    I’m writing her name in for govenor of VA. tomorrow.

  13. Foxwood says:

    Michell Baucman (sp) is asking people to show up in Washington this Thursday to talk to your Rep and Senator in person. The Commies want to push healthcare this week. The Senate WILL use the nuke option.

  14. Foxwood says:

    They want this on the Prezs desk Friday…

  15. Foxwood, Michelle Bachman from Michigan needs to leave that State,too.

    I know from ireports. Michigan is not going anywhere. The libs up there are leeching onto the car business & I’ve got news for ya! The car business/union is never coming back. No matter what the airhead governor says.

    Michelle Bachman can go out of her State. She’s proven that she lead the country & that she is a fighter!

  16. Kynikos says:

    I stepped in a big pile of SCOZZAFAVA, and had to scrape it off my shoe today!!

    One less pretender to deal with, hip hip horray!!! Back to doughnuts….

  17. tellitlikeitis says:

    I hope christie pulls it out in NJ. That would be a big body blow to the democrats and Obama and would also sink gov’t healthcare. I know there is going to be alot of fraud and ballot box stuffing. I hope that christe can win by a wide enough margin to overcome it.

  18. Foxwood says:

    Hey! Kinky! Save me a doughnut!

  19. Foxwood says:

    Everybody knows there is no fraud in New Jersey…


  20. Foxwood says:

    “She’s proven that she lead the country & that she is a fighter!”

    And another pretty Conservative… 🙂

  21. VotingFemale says:

    Cross post of a comment I just got on an older blogpost about Palin kicking RINO ASS…

    VotingFemale // November 2, 2009 at 11:55 am

    I suspect the Radical Communist dominance in the DEM Party will result in the party being relegated to last place in the coming elections.

    The GOP will reconcile with Reagan Conservatives… this is not about evangelicals… its about survival.

    You go ahead and toot your toots… while we Reagan Conservatives teach both the GOP and the Communist Party (which has taken over the DEM Party) who is really boss of this country…. meaning the Majority of American Voters.

    And if Christie maintains his lead in NJ?
    It will be a three for three shutdown of Obamaist Communism, Chicago Style.

    It must suck to be a DEM these days but it will get worse, I promise you.

    If you want to comment further on my blog… comment on the newest blogpost which at the moment is…

    Author : euandus

    I suspect that the evangelical dominance in the Republican Party will result in the party being relegated to a third party. I wonder if we may see a shift from the two parties we have known? I have posted on this at

  22. m2 says:

    It’s Offensive with a Capitol “O” that Obuttface is spending all his time campaigning for Democrats, partying, fund-raising, and golfing.

    Dirtbag good for nothing pretend “leader”.

  23. Foxwood says:

    “Dirtbag good for nothing pretend “leader”.”

    And our people die in Afghanistan…

  24. m2 says:

    Evangelical in the repub party is a myth propagated by the lefists to put themselves in power. The overwhelming majority of republicans are Reagan conservatives and care about the founding fathers vision of economics. The lib media in the 80’s did the same thing, try and write off their opposition as religious Christian zealots.

    I’ve seen more christian zealots on ireport stumping for their cult leader Obama than ever met a republican like them! Michael Moore is one now! Out of convenience to make a buck.

    75% of Repubs in the nation are Reagan economics conservatives…
    Watch us cripple the democrat party after Obama succeeds in killing Liberalism for decades. Everyone sees who the “progressives” are and now the RINOs too!

    This is great for us.

  25. Kynikos says:

    Dozen saved Foxwood, and Obama is doing what he does best, READ WITH EMOTION or in other words sell crap to anyone within ear shot!!

    He is the man with a mission, and that has nothing to do with the wellbeing of the US citizens, just cementing his party and expanding his base of socialism so it will be difficult to clean up when he is voted out in 3 years!! Bells ringing, have to put sprinkles on!!!!

  26. VotingFemale says:

    I never dreamed it was possible for my disdain for Obama and his Communist worker bees to get deeper that it already was…

    but I was wrong… my disdain for them deepens daily… it must be bottomless as I see no bottom as I look down the well of disdain I have for them.

  27. VotingFemale says:

    Good Afternoon, Kynikos!

  28. Foxwood says:

    Like I said yesterday, when Obutthole opens his orifice and spews his offal, the foul language leaps from my lips.

  29. VotingFemale says:

    Well Put M2… The infiltration of the Communist Party into the DEM party will leave a lasting legacy after Obama has been swept away with the trash.

    Self-respecting DEMs who are not radicals/socialists/communists are now waking up a bit at a time from the hypnosis… will they take their party back or is it too late for the DEM party to survive?

    Time will tell…

    Obama Approval Index back down to minus 13 again today… seems it has found a ceiling of about minus 10 and is looking for room to go further downward…

    Obama spends his Political Capital like a Mad Man in a Whore House… using up what reserves he still has… this week will record what that expenditure of Political Capital Bought Him… and I predict it will be a net result of NIL.

    That photo-op of him saluting a dead Afghanistan War US soldier as he dithers for 2 months and counting on sending reinforcements will burn in my memory for life…

    I spit on obama…

  30. Kynikos says:

    Glazed or filled VF?? Good afternoon, just a little mental break, before I go back!

    One byproduct of all the weeding out of boarderline politicians, a third party is going to be created, the Conservative party, of which could backhandedly assist the demogods I mean democrats in winning seats! I hope either the conservative party catches on now, or the republicans come out with a solid platform of conservative ideals.

    The ONLY way out of this mess is term limits, take the incentive away, max term by any and all politicans two terms. This is a life long career for these boneheads!!! Clean house, and senate by the by!!!!!

  31. VotingFemale says:

    Kynikos , I predict that there will, in the final analysis, not be a third party, rather a capitulation of the GOP to the Reagan Conservatives who out number them…

    And if the GOP is too stuck in the mud to come to terms… then the GOP is DOA.

  32. Foxwood!

    Yes. Sarah Palin proves that women can have it all~ Can’t U just feel Hillary’s head imploding!

    Dear Hillary, You do not have to dress or act like one of the guys to be a woman leader. You do not have to sell your soul,either.

    Bet,Hillary is going to quit. Barry is sinking even lower in the polls.

  33. VotingFemale says:

    Either way I see in the tea leaves two parties… the Reagan Conservatives with or without the GOP and the Communist Party masquerading as the DEM Party.

    This is between a ‘Reagan Conservative’ Party and the Communist Party.

    The DEM and GOP parties are living behind the times…

  34. Kynikos says:

    I do hope it turns out that way VF! I am all for a Regan Conservative party!! and boot the rabble out with my size 13’s!!

  35. VotingFemale says:

    If it were not for the Conservative Party nominee, Doug Hoffman, and Sarah Palin showing the way for Reagan Conservatives, the GOP would not have prevented a Socialist from ascending to the NY 23rd seat in the House.

    That is a fact, and at least one important race will have been won by a non-GOP backed third party Reagan Conservative Republican forced to run as a third party.

    The GOP better get their collective sh!t together but quick…

  36. VotingFemale says:

    Good Afternoon, Susan! You Palin Backer to the Hilt Voter, You!

  37. VotingFemale says:


    Kynikos says

    I do hope it turns out that way VF! I am all for a Regan Conservative party!! and boot the rabble out with my size 13’s!!

  38. VotingFemale says:


    68% Oppose Cities That Give ‘Sanctuary’ To Illegal Immigrants
    Friday, October 30, 2009

    San Francisco has long prided itself on being a “sanctuary city” that refuses to work with federal authorities to identify and deport illegal immigrants. But now city officials are arguing over how far that policy should go when some of those illegal immigrants are charged with murder and other serious crimes.

    New Rasmussen Reports national telephone polling finds that most Americans oppose sanctuary cities and think their policies lead to an increase in crime. A solid plurality say such cities, including New York, Washington, D.C. and many others, should lose government funding because of their sanctuary policies.

    Given consistent findings that Americans overwhelmingly support efforts to crackdown on illegal immigration, it’s not surprising that 68% of U.S. voters oppose the creation of sanctuary cities. Only 13% favor the creation of cities that give safe haven to illegal immigrants. Nineteen percent (19%) are not sure.

    Forty-nine percent (49%) say federal and state government funds should be cut off to cities that provide sanctuary to illegal immigrants. Thirty-three percent (33%) disagree and oppose any funding cutoff. Eighteen percent (18%) aren’t sure.

    Fifty percent (50%) of voters say sanctuary policies that protect illegal immigrants lead to an increase in crime. Just 20% do not believe this to be true, while 30% are undecided.

    (Want a free daily e-mail update? If it’s in the news, it’s in our polls). Rasmussen Reports updates are also available on Twitter or Facebook.

    Fifty-six percent (56%) of voters say the policies of the federal government encourage people to enter the United States illegally. Only 27% disagree.

    To put San Francisco’s sanctuary debate in context, California, like many states, is facing severe budget problems in the current economic crisis, and 64% of California voters say illegal immigrants put a significant strain on the state budget.

    Voters 18 to 29 are much more supportive of sanctuary cities than those in any other age group. Seventy-two percent (72%) of whites and 63% of those of other races oppose such cities, while African-Americans are more narrowly divided.

    Republicans and voters not affiliated with either major party are much more strongly opposed to sanctuary cities than Democrats are.

    Sixty-three percent (63%) of GOP voters and a plurality (49%) of unaffiliateds say government funding should be cut off to sanctuary cities. Democrats are closely divided on the question.

    Male voters are much more strongly in favor of a funding cutoff than women.

    Sixty-five percent (65%) of voters say they have followed recent news stories about cities that provide sanctuary for illegal immigrants, including 28% who say they are following very closely. Thirty-two percent (32%) are not following closely or at all.

    Earlier surveys have shown that voters overwhelmingly believe those who employ illegal immigrants should be punished.

    But 74% also believe the federal government is not doing enough to secure the country’s borders.

    On immigration, there has consistently been a large gap between Mainstream America and the Political Class. The biggest point of disconnect between voters and the conventional wisdom in Washington, D.C. has to do with priorities.

    Almost always in Washington, the debate begins with a focus on how to address the status of illegal immigrants already in the country. To voters, that is a secondary concern. Controlling the borders is their top concern. That hasn’t changed since the 2006 immigration reform legislation collapsed when the U.S. Senate surrendered to public opinion.

    President Obama has said that immigration reform might be on the legislative agenda by early 2010, but voter preferences remain clear. By a 70% to 22% margin, voters say that gaining control of the borders is more important than legalizing the status of undocumented workers already in the country.

    What is often lost in the debate over immigration reform is that once the borders are controlled, most Americans favor a welcoming immigration policy provided it is done within the law. Republicans are more supportive than Democrats of such a policy. Overall, by a 55% to 27% margin, Americans favor a policy goal that would welcome everyone except criminals, national security threats and welfare dependents.

  39. VF, Sarah Palin is the answer. How are U?

    I’m still recovering from a Halloween party. I just can not drink a bottle of wine like I used to.

    There were plenty of libs at this party. They still do not understand the Sarah Palin aura~ I felt like I was on ireports again.

    Repeating myself.Over & over,again to deaf ears.

    Sarah Palin leaving Alaska was/is really a no brainer.

  40. VotingFemale says:

    Why she accepted a position in the Obama administration, was a political move to escape banishment from the kingdom… she is not a happy camper… and it is clear to see on her face… she must be exploding inside as this butt hole of a communist prances around…

    Hill’s nomination was high jacked… and the Clintons I think, are biding their time till 2012. They may be moonbats but they are not communists.

    xireportersusan says


    Yes. Sarah Palin proves that women can have it all~ Can’t U just feel Hillary’s head imploding!

    Dear Hillary, You do not have to dress or act like one of the guys to be a woman leader. You do not have to sell your soul,either.

    Bet,Hillary is going to quit. Barry is sinking even lower in the polls.

  41. VF, The Clintons are all about power but Hillary fell for the speeches that she warned everyone about.

    Obviously Barry really can not handle those phone calls at 3:00am.

    BTW! Hillary going hysterical in when asked about her famous husband. Speaks volumes to me.

    Sarah needed NO help in politics. OH! and Sarah’s husband is hawt~ lmao 😀 Sorry~ couldn’t resist.

  42. VotingFemale says:

    Barack Obama, Man-Child President, so says Rush

  43. VotingFemale says:

    Can you imagine the Moobats during a Palin Presidency????


    and yes, the Clintons are lifetime politicians and it is all about power.

    xireportersusan says

    VF, The Clintons are all about power but Hillary fell for the speeches that she warned everyone about.

    Obviously Barry really can not handle those phone calls at 3:00am.

    BTW! Hillary going hysterical in when asked about her famous husband. Speaks volumes to me.

    Sarah needed NO help in politics. OH! and Sarah’s husband is hawt~ lmao 😀 Sorry~ couldn’t resist.

  44. VotingFemale says:

    Mr Palin, aka First Dude, is a Hottie… 😉

  45. VF, I agree but GWB was a man-child too. I for one am still in favor of voting them all out & starting over.

    GWB bailed out big corps. with our taxdollars too & bailouts are nothing!! BUT! rewarding failure.

    My business of 10 years is struggling but trust me! I will never get a bailout & ya know what? That’s life & life aint fair. That is what libs do not understand.

    I’ve got to get going. BBL~ God bless!

  46. VF, If Sarah does divorce,Todd Palin?! DIBBS~ Todd is definitely my kind of guy. Hot! Hot! Hottie~~~~

    Err~ sorry Sarah!

  47. Foxwood says:

    And they will still be pretty young if they get the Whitehouse…

  48. VotingFemale says:

    I should do a post on him as a look into the future… as first spouse in the White House…

    Shooting Guns with his Secret Service Buddies at the newly installed White House indoor Shooting Range… and Sarah playing pick up basket ball with invited collage teams… say from Rutgers 😉

  49. Foxwood says:

    I think every man in the world would vote for a Palin/Bachman ticket…

  50. P.S~

    I call myself a teaparty Independent.

    Anderson Cooper is a teabagger. ha-ha-ha! That’s why he smiles & gets all “giddy” when he & the other CNN gurly men say “teabagger”.

    Calm down Anderson!

  51. Yea! imagine having an attracive couple in our WH. Libs think that’s even worse than the fact that the Palins are capable.

  52. VotingFemale says:

    and more women than not would want to scratch their eyes out… out of green-eyed jealousy and self-defeating female on female sexism…

    Foxwood says

    I think every man in the world would vote for a Palin/Bachman ticket…

  53. tellitlikeitis says:

    One year on, Obamamania gives way to luke warm support
    Nov 2

    A year on from a historic election, the spirit of popular goodwill that yielded America’s first black president has retreated to tepid support for Barack Obama as he presses his change agenda.
    Since the November 4 poll, Obama’s visage has been everywhere, conspicuously on the streets of the nation’s capital where millions of foreign and domestic tourists have visited over the past year, many of them snatching up poignant souvenirs.

    A quick look around downtown Washington confirms that the Obama trinkets are still for sale, but more than one strategically placed street hawker have found little point in displaying the T-shirts, posters, and “Yes We Can” buttons bearing the new president’s image.

    “They stay in the truck,” grumbled a vendor who identified himself as “Dick,” as he pointed to a rusty vehicle behind him. “They don’t sell anymore.”

    Indeed, Obama’s honeymoon with the American people lasted less than six months.

    In the aftermath of his inauguration in January, Obama’s approval rating soared to 70 percent. Early on, he tested Americans’ faith by diving headlong into controversial programs to rescue the economy, including bailing out sinking US auto manufacturers and unleashing a 787-billion-dollar stimulus plan.

    In late April, at the end of the first 100 days in office, Obama still enjoyed more positive reviews than his predecessors in the previous 20 years.

    But the fall was soon to come as questions started simmering about the president’s ability to pull the US economy out of a nosedive.

    In July, his popularity dipped even below that of predecessor George W. Bush in the same period of his presidency.

    Since mid-October, it has hovered just above 50 percent, a “significant drop” from his earlier numbers, according to Frank Newport, editor in chief of the Gallup Poll.

    “In general, this puts Obama’s current ratings slightly below average for all US presidents since World War II,” Newport told AFP, adding that the country’s ongoing economic travails are contributing to the curb in enthusiasm.

    On Sunday, even as data released by the Commerce Department last week showed the United States had emerged from the worst recession in decades, a monthly approval index by Rasmussen Reports showed 29 percent of those polled strongly approve of Obama’s performance, compared to 39 percent who strongly disapprove.

    That left him with an approval index of -10, two points worse than in September, Rasmussen reported.

    “Overall, Americans are not highly satisfied with the way things are going in the US,” said Newport.

    And as a consequence, the popularity of Obama gear at the souvenir shops that abound in Washington appears to be taking a hit.

    “Sellings have really slowed down since Obama took office,” said vendor Vin Ngo.

    This is not for want of supply: from a lifesize cardboard cutout to gold jewelry to a bottle of special vintage champagne bearing the president’s name, the list of Obama tchotchkes and high-end souvenirs is long.

    High or low as it may be at home, Barack Obama’s popularity abroad is irrefutable, argues Professor Clyde Wilcox of Georgetown University in Washington.

    He is “the first African-American president, a young man who has won many honors and done great things. He is a cultural phenomenon in the US and around the world,” Wilcox said.

    As such, the conditions remain ripe for more sales, according to Lian Nelson, another street vendor in Washington, who hangs Obama T-shirts alongside those featuring another prominent African-American hero: Michael Jackson.

    Who is outselling whom? According to Nelson, the “King of Pop” is well ahead.

  54. VotingFemale says:

    Susan, you might enjoy what I wrote about Anderson Cooper the tea bagger here:

    and I quote…

    …”CNN Truth Tellers’ *cough* *cough* such as CNN Obamunist Anderson Cooper who paints 912 folks as “Tea Baggers”, a gay name for male suckers of male scrotums, when in fact Anderson Cooper is himself a gay male who no doubt has sucked many a male scrotum attached to his male lovers? If anyone is a ‘Tea Bagger’ it is Anderson Cooper.

  55. Now I think I know why David Willams from ireports emailed me & asked ” Can you please stop asking if someone is gay”?

    It was the teabagging thing!

    BTW. I only asked one ireporter who was getting defensive about gay rights.

    I work with gay ppl. My uncle was gay. Gawd! grow up CNN! Your politically correct BS is so childish.

  56. VF, Has Anderson Cooper officially come out as a teabagger?

    Oh! that’s right. Anderson & his friends at CNN just like to giggle & say “teabaggers” hee-hee.

    Grow up CNN.

  57. tellitlikeitis says:

  58. VotingFemale says:

    From one of our friend Boudica’s posts at Kingston, NY Blog:

    Dear Patriots,
    Please be advised that Minnesota Congresswomen Michelle Bachman has extended an invitation to all Americans to meet her on the steps of the Capital Building in Washington DC on November 5th, 2009 at 12:00pm to rally against the proposed GOVERNMENT HEALTH CARE PLAN.

    Her message will be clear and concise. DON’T KILL GRANDMA ; KILL THE BILL !

    To offer our undivided support on this issue, WE THE PEOPLE of the
    American Patriots of The Hudson Valley / KingstonTea Party will
    assemble in front of Congressman Maurice Hinchey’s and Congressman Scott Murphy’s offices on Thursday November 5, 2009 at 11:45AM . Our KTP will be one of many nation wide groups gathering in front of their elected representatives offices to convey a direct message to KILL THE BILL and to say NO TO SOCIALIZED MEDICINE !

    Keep in mind that if it wasn’t for THE AMERICAN TEA PARTY
    movement, town hall meetings and press coverage by the FOX News
    channel our elected officials would have already had this health care
    bill signed, sealed and delivered with the kiss of death to every
    granny in the nation.

    If you are unable to attend either of these event please contact
    Hinchey’s office at 845 331-4466 or 202 225-6335 and Murphy’s office
    at 518 828-3109 or 202 225-5614 and tell them to ” KILL THE BILL ! ”

    Congressman Hinchey’s office is located at 291 Wall Street,Kingston,
    NY. Please refer to your on line map for directions.

    Congressman Murphy’s office is located at 623 Warren Street, Hudson, NY. Again please refer to your on line directions.

    For God, Family, Country and Our Liberties.

    Please support Kingston Tea Party, attend if you can, call if you can’t.
    Visit their site.

  59. VotingFemale says:

    Anderson Cooper is a so-called out and proud Tea Bagger

    xireportersusan says

    VF, Has Anderson Cooper officially come out as a teabagger?

    Oh! that’s right. Anderson & his friends at CNN just like to giggle & say “teabaggers” hee-hee.

    Grow up CNN.

  60. tellitlikeitis says:

    Christie Edges Past Corzine in New Jersey Poll

    A Quinnipiac University poll shows Republican Chris Christie with a 2-point lead over New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine.
    – November 02, 2009
    Christie Edges Past Corzine in New Jersey Poll

    A Quinnipiac University poll shows Republican Chris Christie with a 2-point lead over New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine.

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    Republican challenger Chris Christie is edging ahead of Democratic incumbent Jon Corzine in the New Jersey gubernatorial race, according to a new poll.

    But with the election one day away, the race is still a virtual dead heat.

    The Quinnipiac University poll released Monday showed Christie with a 2-point lead over Corzine. Among likely voters, 42 percent backed Christie and 40 percent backed Corzine.

    Christie’s lead is within the margin of error, but marks a gain from a Quinnipiac survey released last week, in which Corzine enjoyed a 5-point lead.

    Independent candidate Chris Daggett is still attracting a sizeable amount of support, with 12 percent backing his candidacy in the latest poll, down from 13 percent a week ago.

    The poll of 1,533 likely voters in New Jersey was taken between Tuesday and Sunday. It had a margin of error of 2.5 percentage points.

  61. VotingFemale says:

    CNN has gone overboard on their Straightophobia it is like Homophobia except against Straights. Oh gee… LOL

    xireportersusan says

    Now I think I know why David Willams from ireports emailed me & asked ” Can you please stop asking if someone is gay”?

    It was the teabagging thing!

    BTW. I only asked one ireporter who was getting defensive about gay rights.

    I work with gay ppl. My uncle was gay. Gawd! grow up CNN! Your politically correct BS is so childish.

  62. VotingFemale says:

    Straight People generally think Gay Sex is UGGGHHH

    what’s not to understand…

    Just say Get a Life to Straightophobes

  63. Foxwood says:

    It was just announced on Rush also…

  64. Foxwood says:

    The Thursday Washington meet up, that is…

  65. tellitlikeitis says:

    Boehner: Obama Is Out of ‘Excuses’ in Delaying Afghanistan Troop Decision

    Now Abdullah Abdullah has dropped out of the Afghan presidential race, handing the election over to Hamid Karzai for another five-year term, lawmakers are urging President Obama to finalize his overhaul of America’s war strategy.

    President Obama has run out of “excuses” for delaying a decision on whether to send more U.S. troops to Afghanistan, House Minority Leader John Boehner said Monday after Afghan President Hamid Karzai was declared the winner of his nation’s presidential election by default.

    Obama administration officials had suggested that a decision on American troop levels should be withheld until Afghanistan’s runoff election was over. But now that Karzai’s challenger, Abdullah Abdullah, has dropped out of the race and handed the election over to Karzai for another five-year term, lawmakers are urging the U.S. president to finalize his overhaul of America’s war strategy.

    “Now that it is clear that President Karzai will remain in office, the White House has no further pretext for delaying the decision on giving General McChrystal the resources he needs to achieve our goals in Afghanistan,” Boehner said in a statement Monday. “There are no more excuses.”

    Though a fizzled runoff in Afghanistan was not the outcome the White House wanted, administration officials held to their slow-and-steady approach to reviewing war policy when questioned about Abdullah’s exit on Sunday. Senior Adviser David Axelrod said Obama would make a decision “within weeks,” and White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Monday that a strategy decision will be made in the “coming weeks.”

    Advisers said the review would not be altered by the latest twist in Afghanistan’s election process, which has been marred by widespread allegations of fraud since the first election in August.

    But even some Democratic lawmakers said Monday it’s time to bring the decision-making to a close.

    Rep. Joe Sestak, D-Pa., who sits on the House Armed Services Committee, applauded Obama for taking a deliberative approach to the strategy review, but he said it’s time for the president to wrap up the process.

    Sestak told the collapse of the runoff only demonstrated how wrong-headed it was for anyone to tie the strategy to the credibility of the central government in Kabul. He said the administration may have put itself in a bit of a bind by making the connection and could have a harder time selling to the public any increase in U.S. troops.

    “How credible is the partner who is now the de facto winner? And we know. He is not credible,” Sestak said. “They placed themselves in a slight dilemma here.”

    Obama has run up against prominent members of his party who are calling for a de-escalation of the war in Afghanistan and would surely balk at providing more troops following a muddled national election.

    But Sestak said he hopes the administration ultimately develops a plan that provides a “measure increased” in troops, though not the full 40,000 Gen. Stanley McChrystal is looking for, and a sustained focus on taking out Al Qaeda in Pakistan.

    Rep. Ike Skelton, chairman of the Armed Services Committee, said in a statement that despite the uncertainty and flaws of the Afghan election, “We now have an outcome and can begin to move forward.”

    “I continue to believe that General McChrystal’s counterinsurgency plan is the right approach,” he said. “The recent flawed election process has reinforced the need to also push for the reform of the national Afghan government, to increase legitimacy and help build a capable partner for our efforts in Afghanistan.”

    Axelrod spoke on CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday.

  66. Foxwood says:

    I don’t think Obuttf*ck wants to be in Afghanistan, Tellit. If he could pull our guys out and not lose more in the polls he would.

    No matter the decision, even no decision, his poll numbers will continue to drop.

  67. tellitlikeitis says:

    There has to be an exit strategy in Afganistan. It is starting to resemble Vietnam too much. I think we should burn the poppy fields and get out.

  68. VotingFemale says:

    The Classic Obutthole Dilemma, which action results in the least amount of increase in my Obama Hate Stats???

    Decisions Decisions…. woo is me woo is me… what decisions do I pick that yields the least amount of political hatred? and will it back fire and yield even more hatred that the other choices? woo is me… woo is me…. perhaps I should go pray with Rev Wright… he will know what will generate the least amount of hate…. hate generation is the name of his game! My presidency is on the verge of the greatest hate fest since the last years of Adolph… Why dont they love me?

    (re-checks polls for races in VA, NJ, NY)

    Damnit! I am the Chosen One! What is wrong with these people? They are just supposed to worship me and let me convert the country into a Communism that would make Uncle Mao Smile…. dratz… I know! Cash for Love! That’s it!! Rahm? Call Pelosi and Reid. It is time for an Obama Love Stimulus Package… By God, opps… I mean… By Me, I deserve worship Damn it! …even if I have to tax the rich even more for the giveaway Obama Dollars to buy it! And the Beatles were all white guys… what the hell do they know?

  69. Foxwood says:

    If you put Sarah and a grizzly in a cave, my bet is on Sarah if you give her a knife.

  70. Foxwood says:

    I’m a half hour late watching Glenn. I had to finish fixing the tub in the rent house. Work work work!

  71. m2 says:

    Go sniff yer own farts Biden, you’ve been PWND by Palin!!!

    As the vice president knows, I have always advocated an all-of-the-above approach to American energy independence. Among other things, my alternative energy goal for Alaska sits at 50 percent because Alaska reached more than 20 percent during my term in office. The Obama-Biden administration, on the other hand, recently announced a renewable goal of only 25 percent. However, domestic drilling should remain a top priority in order to meet America’s consumption and security needs.

    The vice president’s extreme opposition to domestic energy development goes all the way back to 1973 when he opposed the Alaska pipeline bill. As Ann Coulter pointed out, “Biden cast one of only five votes against the pipeline that has produced more than 15 billion barrels of oil, supplied nearly 20 percent of this nation’s oil, created tens of thousands of jobs, added hundreds of billions of dollars to the U.S. economy and reduced money transfers to the nation’s enemies by about the same amount.”

    This nonsensical opposition to American domestic energy development continues to this day. Apparently the Obama-Biden administration only approves of offshore drilling in Brazil, where it will provide security and jobs for Brazilians. This election is about American security and American jobs.

    There’s one way to tell Vice President Biden that we’re tired of folks in Washington distorting our message and hampering our nation’s progress: Hoffman, Baby, Hoffman!

    – Sarah Palin

  72. Foxwood says:

    Ye who farts in church sits in his own pew…

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  76. ClassicFilm says:

    Great post as always, VF. The race is on… NY-23 votes, we’re all rooting for you. Doug Hoffman is DA Man…

    Here’s a link to a short essay that I read this morning. Thought you’d enjoy it, too.

    Ryan Sager, True/Slant: Election Day: A Vote for Irrationality

    Let freedom ring, and God bless America. Kick the socialists all to the curb!

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