America Will Not Go Down Without A Fight; NJ and VA Defeats sent Loudest of Message; YOU CAN RUN DARTH OBAMA BUT YOU WILL NOT PREVAIL

obama debt star damaged

The opening Two Battles
of Political War
Against Socialism & Communism
and his ARMY of CLONES
were Fought & Won Last Night.

Socialists Defeat
in Virginia and New Jersey
by the Reagan Conservative Patriots.

Enjoy your Victory
American Patriots…


There will be many more to follow
as we Take Back
Congress and the White House





God Damn America?


Related Reading…

RedState: The Love Affair is Over: In 2008 Independents Proved They Weren’t Racist by Voting Obama. In 2009, Independents Vote GOP to Prove They Aren’t Socialist
American Spectator: The Republicans Underestimate Their Strength
HotAir: Open thread: NY-23; Update: Fox News calls it for Owens; Update: Hoffman concedes
Legal Insurrection: News Flash – Small Unpopular Fringe Party Wins In Virginia – UPDATE – And New Jersey
Michelle Malkin: The GOP elite’s $1 million object lesson — and the message of NY-23
Nice Deb: Republicans Sweep Governorships in VA and NJ
Sister Toldjah: Election Day 2009 Liveblogging (UPDATE 25: STAY TUNED ON NY-23)
Mad Conservative: Our fellow Americans SPOKE
On My Watch: Monsieur Obama, Je Regrette….
The Other McCain: Recalling Ronald Reagan
Fire Andrea Mitchell: Obama didn’t watch election returns
Flopping Aces: The 2009 Republican Victory & What It Means
Frugal Cafe: Special Election 2009 Updates & Results (live updating) – FINAL RESULTS
Jammie Wearing Fool — CNN: Humiliating Defeats No Referendum on Obama; SFGate: ‘Bill Owens Beats Doug Hoffman, Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh’

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45 Responses to America Will Not Go Down Without A Fight; NJ and VA Defeats sent Loudest of Message; YOU CAN RUN DARTH OBAMA BUT YOU WILL NOT PREVAIL

  1. Foxwood says:

    GOOOOOOOD MORNING AMERICA! The birds tweet exceptionally well today!

  2. Foxwood says:

    Mmm mmm mm! Freedom smells sweet!

  3. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my Fellow Patriots 🙂

    A message was sent to the Anointed One telling him his Anointement has warn off.

    Can you Hear Us Now Barry?


  4. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning VF, SamH, and Foxwood.

    What a great day knowing our voices are being heard. Ignore the Tea Parties eh Barrack?

    Just try to Ignore us NOW!

    We The People are laughing at you and your Commie/Marxist/Socialism. Stick it where the Sun don’t shine along with all your Czar’s you have up there.

  5. VotingFemale says:

    Just added a graphic to this blogpost

  6. VotingFemale says:

    Hell Yeah FOX, and Samiam!

    Obutthole just got it shoved up his Communist Obutthole!

  7. samiam60 says:

    We The People will Defend “Our Constitution”

    Don’t Tread on Us!

  8. samiam60 says:

    I’m thinking my Crying Baby Obama pic might be appropriate today? Hmmmmmmmmmm?

    I have to think about that one.

  9. Foxwood says:

    Off to the showers… BRB!

  10. samiam60 says:

    Hey Barrack, don’t eat a big breakfast today.

    We are planning on shoving your Health Care Bill up there next along with your Cap and Trade you lame duck.

  11. m2 says:

    Hey y’all! Watching F&F? So if Reid is pushing healthcare back…. Is he gonna attach it to a defense bill or a budget in the 5 or 6 months ahead and sneak it in like they’ve been doing with all their other Marxist legislation?

  12. VotingFemale says:

    Victory is sweet…..


  13. VotingFemale says:

    It will be the last thing he does in office if he tries it…

    His number is up with his constituents… I expect Reid to be defeated for re-election.
    He is a God Damn Communist

    m2 says

    Hey y’all! Watching F&F? So if Reid is pushing healthcare back…. Is he gonna attach it to a defense bill or a budget in the 5 or 6 months ahead and sneak it in like they’ve been doing with all their other Marxist legislation?

  14. VotingFemale says:

    I expect Nancy Pelosi to declare the Elections in VA and NJ to be rigged by the Special Interests who fabricated the Racist Dangerous Astroturf Redneck Ignorant Knuckling Dragging Tea Partiers who Hate.


    Come on Socialists! 😀 Lets see the spin! This is one of the parts I enjoy most!


  15. m2 says:

    McDonnel is a conservative’s conservative! Christi is a Guillianni! I feel so happy for the ppl of Virginia and New Jersey for they will get tax breaks, and an end to corruption (let’s face it, the corruption in the Dem party is an “epidemic”).. They will get men who know how to RUN businesses, who are fair and professional, who don’t spend every sentence blaming their predecessor (like Obama)….

    They say that’s a big factor why the incumbents lost.. Bush is a deathnail scapegoat now…. maybe Obama should stop scapegoating on Bush, his approval might rise might rise to 50.

    It’s the economy stupid. And we Americans want individual freedom not a govt that steals and pays off their cronies, plays golf, parties, with our money!

  16. VotingFemale says:

    M2, These Two Races just sent the Socialist’s “Bush Scape Goating” to the bottom of the ocean.

    This is about Socialism and Obama

  17. m2 says:

    Sunny well articulated conservatism verses the immature politics of personal attack and personal destruction.

    Obama ran a campaign of sunny empty words and conservative “tax cuts”, then left his angry Leftist minions to dirty up the air waves with personal destruction and attacks along with most in the media. Yup, that’s how the ‘big boys roll’…. But the main thing is, Obama won on a conservative value (which he was just lying straight up about) and personal destruction. Obama, “bush” ain’t gonna work for you anymore…. Duh.

  18. m2 says:

    Hoffman did amazing for not having the capital of the 2 major parties behind him. I wonder if acorn was up there frauding it up, lawrd knows Soros can’t have Palin crushing him.

    Christi had over 300 lawyers in the ground making sure the vote was legit. That’s good thinking. I bet if Hoffman had those recourses he would have won. What an insane embarrassment that would be to liberals across the board! He he he he!

  19. Foxwood says:

    “We are planning on shoving your Health Care Bill up there next along with your Cap and Trade you lame duck.”

    Sami, Can I pick the orifice?

  20. Foxwood says:

    M2, VF, They know their days are numbered…

    I wouldn’t put it past them to sneak their crap in under the cover of night, tho.

  21. Foxwood says:

    We have to keep watch and stay vigilant. Sound the alarm when they even breath,

  22. m2 says:

    From Jonah G. –

    Yesterday was a severe blow to health-care reform and cap and trade. But yes, Barack Obama is still popular. But if all Barack Obama’s personal popularity is good for is getting gushing profiles of his wife in supermarket magazines, “buck up camper” essays in Newsweek, and the Nobel Prize for bringing hope to Norway and Sweden, that’s okay with me.

    Meanwhile, I will say it again: The Democratic party is the incumbent party. And if yesterday’s voting was a referendum on incumbents and what the incumbents are doing, then yesterday was a very, very bad day for the Democrats.

  23. Foxwood says:



  24. samiam60 says:

    Foxwood says:

    Sami, Can I pick the orifice?

    You sure can Foxwood but know this, Sh!t comes out both ends of this dude.

  25. VotingFemale says:

    Ed Morrissey at HotAir:

    Let’s start with the special election in New York. Many of us hoped that Douglas Hoffman could pull off a remarkable outsider bid yesterday to beat Bill Owens, and he came within a couple of points of making it. That puts a Democrat in the seat for the first time since 1993 (not 117 years as has been previously reported). It’s never a best-case for the GOP when a Democrat wins, but by keeping Dede Scozzafava out of the seat, the GOP has the chance to win this seat back in a year with a better candidate — perhaps Hoffman, perhaps another Republican who shares core principles of limited government and fiscal conservatism. Dislodging an incumbent Republican would have been considerably more difficult, and a unified GOP should win this district — especially given the signals sent everywhere else to Democrats.

  26. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good morning all! It looks like obammy lost his mojo. 2010 can’t come soon enough. That’s when the big tsunami wave hits and take the commies out to sea. I hope this is a wake up call for the republicans. Reagan conservatism wins elections.

  27. VotingFemale says:

    OBama refuses Germany request he attend 20 year celebration of the Defeat of Communism, the Fall of the Berlin Wall…

    Reason for Refusal? “I am too busy.”

  28. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Tellit!

    Article on OBama ignoring Celibration of Fall of USSR’s Communism…

  29. VotingFemale says:

    What Communist wants to Ignore a Defeat of Communism??? hummmm???

    Answer: Comrade Obama

  30. Foxwood says:

    Hoffman loses by 3 points. An unknown accountant. Skuzzy drops out and joins the Dems to double team him. And he loses by 3 points. You call that a win Dems? You had to fight for that. Look out. We’re coming for you pinko commies.

  31. tellitlikeitis says:

    The real reason Obama won’t attend is he doesn’t want to celebrate the fall of communisim because he is a believer in it.

  32. tellitlikeitis says:

    In Obama’s eyes communism didn’t fail it just wasn’t implimented right.

  33. Foxwood says:

    I know where he should impliment it, Tellit.

  34. tellitlikeitis says:

    These people just don’t get it. Marriage is between a man and a woman. PERIOD!!!

    Dejection fills ballroom after gay marriage vote

    PORTLAND, Maine – Cecelia Burnett and Ann Swanson had already set their wedding date. When they joined about 1,000 other gay marriage supporters for an election night party in a Holiday Inn ballroom, they hoped to celebrate the vote that would make it possible.

    Instead, they went home at midnight, dejected and near tears after a failed bid to make Maine the first state to approve same-sex marriage at the ballot box.

    “I’m ready to start crying,” said Burnett, a 58-year-old massage therapist, walking out of the ballroom with Swanson at her side. “I don’t understand what the fear is, why people are so afraid of this change.

    “It hurts. It hurts personally,” she said. “It’s a personal rejection of us and our relationship, and I don’t understand what the fear is.”

    With 87 percent of precincts reporting, gay-marriage foes had 53 percent of the vote in a referendum that asked Maine voters whether they wanted to repeal a law allowing same-sex marriage that had passed the Legislature and was signed by Democratic Gov. John Baldacci.

    “The institution of marriage has been preserved in Maine and across the nation,” said Frank Schubert, the chief organizer for Stand for Marriage Maine, which lobbied for the repeal.

    For the gay rights movement, which has gained a foothold in New England, it was a stinging defeat. Gay marriage has now lost in every state — 31 in all — in which it has been put to a popular vote. Gay-rights activists had hoped to buck that trend in Maine, framing same-sex marriage as a matter of equality for all families in a campaign that used 8,000 volunteers to get out the message.

    Five states have legalized gay marriage — Iowa, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Connecticut — but all did so through legislation or court rulings, not by popular vote.

    Portland resident Sarah Holman said she was torn, but decided — despite her conservative upbringing — to vote in favor of letting gays marry.

    “They love and they have the right to love. And we can’t tell somebody how to love,” said Holman, 26.

    While the gay marriage opponents claimed victory, Jesse Connolly, campaign manager for No on 1/Protect Maine Equality, held off conceding until early Wednesday, when he issued a statement vowing to continue to press the issue.

    The fight for marriage equality will continue, he told supporters at the Holiday Inn ballroom, where a buffet table included a three-tiered wedding cake — with two grooms standing side by side, two brides standing side by side and the inscription: “We all do!”

    “We’re not short-timers. We’re here for the long haul and whether it’s just all night and into the morning, or it’s next week or next month or next year. We will be here. We’ll be here fighting. We’ll be working. We will regroup.”

    For Burnett and Swanson, the July 10 wedding date — and a reception cruise on Casco Bay — is off.

  35. samiam60 says:

    VF says:

    OBama refuses Germany request he attend 20 year celebration of the Defeat of Communism, the Fall of the Berlin Wall…

    Reason for Refusal? “I am too busy.”


    The A$$hole in Chief was not too busy to go to Denmark where he FAILED to get the Olympics for Mob Town.

  36. samiam60 says:

    Obama is a GOON in Chief.

    We need a Gooney Tunes theme. 🙂

  37. tellitlikeitis says:

    GOP Gains Could Hurt Obama Political Capital, If Not Agenda

    WASHINGTON — Republican gubernatorial wins in New Jersey and Virginia mark a troubling turn for President Obama, whose personal efforts couldn’t stop the fall of Democrats facing a voter backlash over the economy and a notable uptick in the government’s would-be role in people’s lives.

    Obama’s 2008 victory in Old Dominion had marked an historic breakthrough for Democrats who hadn’t won Virginia’s electoral votes since 1964. The fight in the Garden State was more grueling than usually accompanies Democratic campaigns in the reliably blue state of New Jersey.

    So the setbacks demonstrate the difficulty of presidential leadership following a campaign built on promises of unity followed by divisive policies and a relentless campaign approach toward big legislative issues like the stimulus and health care bills.

    “What this is tonight, this victory here tonight, is a warning shot, and it says to the moderate Democrats in the House that they ought to think twice about continuing to pursue the policies of this White House and (House Speaker) Nancy Pelosi,” said Virginia Republican Rep. Eric Cantor.

    In Virginia, Republican Gov.-elect Bob McDonnell roundly defeated Democrat R. Creigh Deeds while GOP Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling won a second term and Republican Ken Cuccinelli was elected attorney general. It was the first time the GOP took the top three spots since 1997.

    “We have really had a run of wins and we got used to winning and that makes it tough,” said outgoing Virginia Democratic Gov. Tim Kaine, who is also chairman of the Democratic National Committee. “We have to give credit where credit is due they ran a great campaign.”

    “You guys are making this tougher than this has to be,” a resigned Deeds told the still chanting audience at his “victory party.”

    In New Jersey, Republican Chris Christie pulled off a stunning upset over incumbent Gov. Jon Corzine, who was facing a backlash over property taxes and other economic issues. Independent Chris Daggett also pulled about 6 percent of the vote.

    In New York’s 23rd Congressional District, an unexpected turn of events put Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman in direct competition with Democrat Bill Owens for the seat held by former Republican congressman and current Obama Army Secretary John McHugh. Owens was winning the vote tally but Hoffman’s upstart showing demonstrated that voter anger is not resigned to one party or another.

    As if hoping to avoid the outcome, the White House issued a statement after the GOP win in Virginia saying the president was not watching election returns and would not be making any remarks on the results.

    Nonetheless, the outcomes were sure to feed discussion about the state of the electorate, the status of the diverse coalition that sent Obama to the White House and the limits of the president’s influence — on the party’s base of support and on moderate current lawmakers he needs to advance his legislative priorities.

    “I think what this night does is it completely explodes the mythology of the meaning of the 2008 election,” said syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor Charles Krauthammer.

    “You will remember after the 2008 election people talked … about a new era, about the Republicans becoming a rump party of the south, even losing parts of the south, how this was the death of conservatism. … Here we are a year later and we can see how ephemeral and one-shot 2008 was,” he added.

    The president had personally campaigned for Deeds and Corzine, raising the stakes in low-energy off-year elections. Thus, even one Democratic loss, much less two, was a blot on Obama’s political standing to a certain degree and signaled potential problems ahead as he seeks to achieve his policy goals, protect Democratic majorities in Congress and expand his party’s grip on governors’ seats next fall.

    However, Tuesday’s impact on Obama’s standing and on the 2010 elections could easily be overstated and over-analyzed.

    Only two of the 50 U.S. states were holding gubernatorial elections. Voters often were focused on local issues and local personalities. Indeed, most people in Virginia and New Jersey said they were not casting ballots because of their feelings about Obama.

    Yet national issues, such as the recession were a factor, with voter attitudes shaped to some degree by how people felt about the state of their nation.

    It also was difficult to separate Obama from the outcomes after he devoted much time working to persuade voters to elect Deeds and re-elect Corzine. Obama campaigned in person for both and was featured in their advertisements. He characterized the two as necessary allies in the White House’s effort to advance his plans.

    He also deployed his political campaign arm, Organizing for America, to try to ensure the swarms of party loyalists and new voters he attracted in 2008 would turn out.

    But according to exit polls, among voters who made up their minds in the last few days, a majority of them broke for Corzine. That suggests Obama’s aggressive campaigning paid off in the state.

    Exit polls showed that nearly a third of voters in Virginia Tuesday described themselves as independents, and they preferred the Republican to the Democrat by almost a 2-1 margin.

    The outcome showed that “the Obama movement, the coalition, isn’t transferable,” said Democratic strategist Kirsten Powers, a Fox News contributor. “There was a decline in minority voters, a decline in young voters. You weren’t seeing these people who turned out in huge force for Obama turning out for other Democrats. And so they’re now going to have to step back and say, ‘Wait a minute, I’m going to have to take care of myself.'”

    But the Democratic losses in Virginia and New Jersey could also be a blot on Obama’s political standing to some degree.

    Obama needs all the lawmakers he can get to pass his legislative priorities of health care and climate change. Defeats Tuesday could make it harder for him to persuade moderate Democrats from conservative areas to get on board. They have been hearing from voters worried about his expansion of government at a time of rising deficits.

    As if on cue, Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid also indicated Tuesday that Congress may not complete health care legislation this year, missing Obama’s deadline on his signature issue and pushing debate into a congressional election year.

    The vote is “more about the policies of the president more than the personalities,” said Washington Times columnist Tony Blankely. “The public is getting really scared of his policies and I think that’s what we’re seeing in all of these elections. … Obama has moved the policy so far to the left that now you’re seeing this big movement back and I think we’re only seeing the beginning of it.”

    Defeats could point to future problems for Democrats, particularly in moderate districts and in swing states like Ohio, Colorado and Nevada. In 2010, most governors, a third of the Senate and all members of the House of Representatives will be on ballots.

    Still, Democrats suggest the Tuesday night wins are anything but helpful to the Republican Party.

    “They’re in a civil war over the definition of their party,” said Paul Blank, a Democratic consultant. “And the extremists have won.”

  38. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good News!!! Do you think last night’s dem blowout has anything to do with this.

    Top Dems: No Health Care Bill in 2009

    By JONATHAN KARL11/4/09, 1:44 AM ESTSenior Congressional Democrats say reform before end of year is highly unlikely.
    Senior Congressional Democrats told ABC News today it is highly unlikely that a health care reform bill will be completed this year, just a week after President Barack Obama declared he was “absolutely confident” he’ll be able to sign one by then.

    “Getting this done by the by the end of the year is a no-go,” a senior Democratic leadership aide told ABC News. Two other key Congressional Democrats also told ABC News the same thing.

    This may come as an unwelcome surprise for the White House, where officials from the president on down have repeatedly said the health care bill would be signed into law by the end of the year.

    “I am absolutely confident that we are going to get health care done by the end of this year, and Nancy Pelosi is just as confident,” Obama said Oct. 27 at a fundraiser for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

    Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi may still be confident — and her spokesman Brendan Daly said today, “We are going to get our part done” — but the reason for the delay can be found in the Senate.

    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has yet to release the bill he eventually plans to bring to the Senate floor. Reid is still waiting for the Congressional Budget Office to come up with an estimated cost of several possible variations of his bill before deciding which one to introduce in the Senate.

    That cost estimate, Democrats tell ABC News, is not expected until next week.

    Asked directly by ABC News, “Will you pass health care reform this year?” Reid pointedly did not answer “yes.”

    Instead, he replied, “We are not going to be bound by any timetables,” adding, “We are going to do this as quickly as we can.”

    The delay is causing some frustration among Reid’s fellow Democrats, but Reid said of his colleagues, “They want us to do this the right way, not the fast way.”

    Health Care Reform Won’t Be Finished This Year, Democrats Tell ABC News
    After Reid made his comments, his spokesman said the goal remains getting a health care bill passed by the end of the year.

    “Our goals remain unchanged,” Reid spokesman Jim Manley said. “We want to get health insurance reform done this year, and we have unprecedented momentum to achieve that.”

    The White House has pushed hard to get a bill passed this year, getting it done before the beginning of the Congressional campaign season. But the delay in the Senate will almost certainly push the health care debate into 2010.

    The White House has tried to avoid that because passing major legislation in a Congressional election year is considered more difficult.

    The best hope, Congressional Democrats now say, is for Democrats to pass Senate and House versions of the health care bill by the end of the year, pushing off House-Senate negotiations for a final bill until January.

  39. LisaInTX says:

    Good morning everyone!!! What a GLORIOUS DAY for Americans!!!

    The Campaigner In Chief OWNS part responsibility for the defeat of BOTH NJ and VA as he stumped hard for them both and unleashed his RABID dogs of war.
    No WAY he can disassociate himself from THIS in HIS face FAILURE!!

    It was said earlier that Nobama was watching a special about HIMSELF on HBO…and not watching the election returns! HAHAHAHHAA
    Now THAT is something I believe to be true!!! hahahahaa…..what a Narcissistic ass

    “As if hoping to avoid the outcome, the White House issued a statement after the GOP win in Virginia saying the president was not watching election returns and would not be making any remarks on the results.”

  40. LisaInTX says:

    The defeat of the Dems in these elections SHOULD tell the DNC that the South is NOT happy with the COMMUNIST Agenda they are forcing on America.
    The deep seated resentment for Republicans because of the happenings AFTER the civil war is being replaced by loathing for the communist that have infiltrated the Dem party.
    I can promise you one thing, The south is NOT Communist and if it comes down to this, the South WILL go Republican!!!
    Texas is already seen the writing on the wall when they voted McCain…..more and more will follow as they are awakened to the realization of how the DNC has been STOLEN and TRANSFORMED into a communist plot to destroy our great nation.

    It is time for TRUE Democrats to Take back The party of Thomas Jefferson and ferret out the commies in their ranks!!

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