Comrade Obama Refuses to Celebrate Failure of Communism in Berlin; spurns Berlin Wall Invite; “Ich bin Beschäftigt” (I’m too busy)

The Obama Berlin Wall Celebration Snub; yet another dot to connect, Americans.

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Comrade Obama refuses to attend Celebration of Downfall of Communism

Comrade Obama tells Germany he is just too too busy… and ignoring the fact he was not too busy to go to Denmark with Michelle and Oprah to address the Olympic Site Selection Committee a few weeks ago.

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Oh yeah, attending the OSSC meeting in Copenhagen to  get Chicago selected as the site of the 2016 Olympics was a personal priority. And, a schedule changing priority it was,  so he ‘could walk a few steps to attend’ and throw billions in real estate deals to his pals,  The Slumlord Gangs of Chicago.

From Real Clear Politics:

Behind Obama’s Berlin Wall Snub

By Rich Lowry
In his first year in office, Barack Obama has visited more foreign countries than any other president. He’s touched ground in 16 countries, easily outpacing Bill Clinton (three) and George W. Bush (eleven). It’s an itinerary befitting a “citizen of the world.”

But there’s one stop Obama won’t make. He has begged off going to Berlin next week to attend ceremonies commemorating the fall of the Berlin Wall. His schedule is reportedly too crowded. John F. Kennedy famously told Berliners, “Ich bin ein Berliner.” On the 20th anniversary of the last century’s most stirring triumph of freedom, Obama is telling them, “Ich bin beschäftigt” – i.e., I’m busy.

The Obama Snub sends messages to People of the World…

Obama famously made a speech in Berlin during last year’s campaign, but at an event devoted to celebrating himself as the apotheosis of world hopefulness. He said of 1989, “a wall came down, a continent came together, and history proved that there is no challenge too great for a world that stands as one.”

The line was typical Obama verbal soufflé, soaring but vulnerable to collapse upon the slightest jostling from logic or historical fact. The wall came down only after the free world resolutely stood against the Communist bloc. Rather than a warm-and-fuzzy exercise in global understanding, the Cold War was another iteration of the 20th century’s long war between totalitarianism and Western liberalism. The West prevailed on the back of American strength.

But Obama doesn’t think in such antiquated, triumphalist terms. Given to apologizing for his nation abroad, he resolutely downplays American leadership.


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104 Responses to Comrade Obama Refuses to Celebrate Failure of Communism in Berlin; spurns Berlin Wall Invite; “Ich bin Beschäftigt” (I’m too busy)

  1. 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.

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  3. samiam60 says:

    The Berlin Wall and the Iron Curtain must certainly be Barry Obama’s favorite Icons.

  4. Foxwood says:

    I wonder where he will build our wall?

  5. Foxwood says:

    WAH! My front page of my blog don’t work, and I can’t fix it right now. All other pages work. But I gotta work too…

  6. tellitlikeitis says:

  7. LisaInTX says:

    I’m sure it will run along the Mason Dixon line….as we southerners loath communism!!!

  8. 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!!

  9. LisaInTX says:

    I’m with you on the homosexual extremist agenda!
    “Homosexual Marriage” is bogus IMO!!
    IF they want to have a civil union—get after it, but WORLD Society says that marriage is between a MAN and a WOMAN!!!
    Nature dictates the continuation of ALL species.
    God did not create Adam and Steve!

    Here are THREE logical and kind reasons why the homosexual agenda will NOT ever prevail. But the radicals within their groups USE them to further the destruction of traditional family as per the dictates of Karl Marx.

  10. LisaInTX says:

    Gotta run—y’all have a good day….

  11. LisaInTX says:

    “We knew it was going to be a bad election night for the Democrats when former Obama campaign manager David Plouffe announced on NBC’s ‘Today’ program that ‘the results of these elections tend to be overread.’ Certainly that was not the prevailing opinion in Democratic circles in 2008, when giddiness over Barack Obama’s election reached manic proportions. Virginia, which voted Democratic for president for the first time since 1964, was singled out as an indication of the shape of things to come. In 2008, Mr. Plouffe bragged that only Mr. Obama could make Virginia competitive, and when he won the state, it was hailed as a bellwether, an indicant of the emerging ‘permanent Democratic majority.’ … In Virginia, the zest for change seems to have taken a 180-degree turn. The last commonwealthwide poll before Election Day showed Republican gubernatorial candidate Robert F. McDonnell leading Democrat R. Creigh Deeds by double digits in most regions of the state and among most age groups. Mr. Deeds held a mere five-point edge in Northern Virginia, which lately has been voting 2-1 for Democrats. … The irrational exuberance of the 2008 race has since crashed down to cold, hard reality. Mr. Obama ran on a vaguely defined ‘hope and change’ platform, and Americans have discovered that the devil is in the details. Mr. Obama’s election brought the United States astronomical public debt, a slumping currency, increasing government control of the economy, continued job losses, radical judges, a disastrous foreign policy, a proposed government takeover of health care and a job-killing energy bill. Americans — some unwittingly — put in place the most radical government in generations, and they now are realizing what they have wrought. The results of the 2009 elections could be overread, but they cannot be ignored. Democrats have failed to exhibit responsible stewardship of the country, and voters are putting them on notice.” –The Washington Times

  12. Barry’s ego is still going~ Narcissism is a ( liberal ) mental disorder.

  13. Foxwood says:

    I had a hacker… I fixed the problem, but need to investigate how to stop it in the future…

  14. LisaInTX says:

    “Among the most pathetic letters and e-mails I receive are those from people who ask why I don’t write more ‘positively’ about Obama or ‘give him the benefit of the doubt.’ No one — not even the President of the United States — has an entitlement to a ‘positive’ response to his actions. The entitlement mentality has eroded the once common belief that you earned things, including respect, instead of being given them. As for the benefit of the doubt, no one — especially not the President of the United States — is entitled to that, when his actions can jeopardize the rights of 300 million Americans domestically and the security of the nation in an international jungle, where nuclear weapons may soon be in the hands of people with suicidal fanaticism. Will it take a mushroom cloud over an American city to make that clear? Was 9/11 not enough?” –economist Thomas Sowell

  15. m2 says:

    Wow so much going on….

    They better not sneak their socialsit/slavery wet dream in to an unrelated bill on the sly.

    You know they’ll do anything to get this and turn this country to the iron path of communism…. Even if they sacrifice their own.

    We aren’t safe until we have the offensive radicals excoriated from the capital and Soros and his son in jail!

  16. LisaInTX says:

    “I am … nostalgic for the days when the American President seemed to be fond of his country, and its people. This is largely because I have increasing doubts that our current President is fond of either one. … Can anyone — even Barack Obama’s most ardent supporters — honestly say that our current President believes that Americans are, in a general sense, ‘good people,’ and worthy of defense? Both his words and actions would suggest that America might someday become good, but only if he can first bring us to justice.” –columnist Austin Hill

  17. LisaInTX says:

    “Does anyone in Washington tell the truth? Why should Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid be believed when he promises that states can ‘opt out’ of a public option on health care? This isn’t like opting out of sex-education class. Individuals won’t be able to avoid the consequences of national health care once the government puts the insurance companies out of business, because there will be no other choice than the government program.” –columnist Cal Thomas

  18. LisaInTX says:

    “I think it behooves us to come up with ways to make politics a less attractive option. The one notion that popped into my head was to take a leaf out of the Aztec playbook and initiate human sacrifices. Would any of us really have strong objections to Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Barbara Boxer, Arlen Spector, Susan Collins, Henry Waxman, Charles Schumer, Olympia Snowe, Chris Dodd and Barney Frank, being offered up to pacify the angry spirits of the Founding Fathers?” –columnist Burt Prelutsky

  19. LisaInTX says:

    Perhaps we should say that anyone that helped create this takeover and liberty destroyer bill are just flat out Traitors to American Freedom!

    “House Speaker Nancy Pelosi produced a health care reform bill on Thursday. She called opposition to the bill heartless. Democrats possess a finely honed sense of tragedy and outrage which sustains them through life’s brief moments of happiness.” –comedian Argus Hamilton

  20. LisaInTX says:

    Hi M2
    They did it with the DOD budget when they stuck in that Hate Crime Bill—Nobama was VERY happy about that!!!

    I hope to see that bill removed somehow—someway for the bogus BILL it is!!!

  21. LisaInTX says:

    Hi Susan
    Isn’t that the truth!!! They are sick sick people for sure!!

    Glad you found the problem

    Ok—really gotta run now….bbl

  22. m2 says:

    They should be tried for treason to the republic.

    If they aren’t what types should? There are full blown communists in the administration.

  23. m2 says:

    I think I know what they will do- they will pass the bill piece by piece. That way their blue dog lemmings cab follow their leader Pelosi’s butt and still not get pegged by way of confusion creation for passing a govt takeover bill.

    I bet ya it’ll go down like that.

  24. m2 says:

    Obama is a communist.

  25. Foxwood says:

    The kooks are out today! The Daily Kos said Obutthole lost because he didn’t go Socialist enough…

  26. m2 says:

    Do you know why they are post-poning the house vote? Because thousands of ppl are going to DC on Friday… Thousands.

    And they know their media assclowns can’t hide it.

    there you go folks.

    The current progressive democrat party is a SHAM a badly constructed sham hiding an epidemic of Greed and Corruption by exploiting central power.

  27. m2 says:

    They need a bigger tent.

    They need more moderates.

    Ha Ha Ha Ha!

  28. Foxwood says:

    More On Last Night’s Big Lesson
    by BarbinMD
    Wed Nov 04, 2009 at 09:10:08 AM PST

    Last night Markos described Democratic losses as “a base problem” and said:

    Tonight proved conclusively that we’re not going to turn out just because you have a (D) next to your name, or because Obama tells us to. We’ll turn out if we feel it’s worth our time and effort to vote, and we’ll work hard to make sure others turn out if you inspire us with bold and decisive action.

    The choice is yours. Give us a reason to vote for you, or we sit home. And you aren’t going to make up the margins with conservative voters. They already know exactly who they’re voting for, and it ain’t you.

    And today, Think Progress expands on that point with a look at how Creigh Deeds failed to run as a progressive … and failed miserably:

    * NOT PROGRESSIVE ON CLIMATE: By the end of his campaign, Deeds was running ads attacking Obama’s clean energy agenda, saying Obama’s “cap and trade bill” would “hurt the people of Virginia.” Other ads carried the same message: “Creigh Deeds says no to any new energy taxes from Washington.” Instead of disputing his Republican opponent’s false attacks on climate legislation, Deeds amplified them. Deeds chose to run away from his past record on environment and climate issues. […]

    * NOT PROGRESSIVE ON HEALTH CARE: During the final gubernatorial debate, Deeds stressed that health reform must “reduce costs so more people can afford insurance” and “increase coverage,” but argued that creating the option of a public health care plan “isn’t required.” “I don’t think the public option is necessary in any plan…I would certainly consider opting out if that were available to Virginia,” he said. […]

    * NOT PROGRESSIVE ON LABOR ISSUES: “When I’m governor, you won’t just have a friend in Richmond — you’ll have a partner,” Deeds told union supporters in October, 2008. However, despite support from SEIU and the Teamsters, Deeds then proceeded to campaign on an anti-labor platform. He opposed the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA) — which would have created a fairer path toward unionization for workers — saying it would “put us at a competitive disadvantage” and reasserting the false right-wing claim that EFCA would eliminate the secret ballot in union elections. […]

    * NOT PROGRESSIVE ON IMMIGRATION REFORM: More than one in ten Virginians are immigrants. The Immigration Policy Center also points out that Latinos comprised 2.0% (or 74,000) of Virginia voters in the 2008 elections — enough to make a difference in a tight race. Creigh Deeds might regret repeatedly voting in favor of legislation that would hurt a large and growing part of his constituency.

    And if you need further proof that running against progressive values is a losing proposition, consider this — the Republican leadership, deeply concerned about the future of our party, are now urging Democrats to run to the center. Enough said.

  29. Foxwood says:

    Keep it up, kooks! We love your wacky rants!

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  31. samhenry says:


    What is your reaction to the last paragraph of this last part of an article on

    The decision to pick Scozzafava sparked a revolt among conservatives. They instead backed Doug Hoffman, an accountant, who ran on the state’s Conservative Party line.

    Republican leaders were fractured by the choice. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich backed Scozzafava. Gingrich’s one-time deputy, former House Majority Leader Dick Armey, backed Hoffman.

    Scozzafava eventually dropped out and backed Democratic nominee Owens.

    The victory by Owens may bolster the belief among other Republican leaders that a continuing grass-roots effort to defeat moderate officeholders in party primaries is accelerating a GOP decline in the Northeast and elsewhere.

  32. tellitlikeitis says:

    No impact from last nights election. Socialist health care moves forward.

    November 04, 2009
    Pelosi dismisses impact of New Jersey, Virginia
    Most House Democrats tried to put a good face on Tuesday’s election results, saying they picked up two more votes for a sweeping health care bill that could be on the floor as early as Friday.

    But it can’t make Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s job any easier as she works to corral those last holdouts she needs to approve the bill. Of course, the speaker, who told Politico recently she’s “not big on showing weakness,” brushed aside questions about how the election results would impact her final tally and instead trumped the two special election wins.

    “From our perspective we won last night,” Pelosi told reporters during a Wednesday morning photo opportunity. “We had one race that we were engaged in, it was in northern New York, it was a race where a Republican has held the seat since the Civil War and we won that seat, so from our standpoint, no, a candidate was victorious who supports health care reform, and his remarks last night said this was a victory for health care reform and other initiatives for the American people.”

    “So from our standpoint we picked up votes last night,” a cheerful Pelosi said, “one in California and one in New York.”

  33. samhenry says:

    Tellit – If the Dems had things nailed down, they wouldn’t be pushing so hard to get this to be a done deal over the next week. They’re running scared. They know they will lose if it goes on until January. Congressmen will go home to angry constituents – more so – since they were not listened to in August.

  34. AFVET says:

    The liberal foundation is eroding.
    The house of cards is teetering.
    The American People are awake, aware, and ready for 2010.

  35. Foxwood says:

    “The victory by Owens may bolster the belief among other Republican leaders that a continuing grass-roots effort to defeat moderate officeholders in party primaries is accelerating a GOP decline in the Northeast and elsewhere.”

    SamH, It’s wishful hoping on the part of Commie News Network… 🙂

  36. Foxwood says:

    This is the Commies circling the wagons. They know they are in a fix. They will get disparate soon, tho.

  37. Foxwood says:

    AFVET, We love our vets here! Thank you!

  38. tellitlikeitis says:

    CNN Closes Out October…Off The List Of Top 30 Cable Channels
    by Steve Krakauer | 10:28 am, November 4th,

    We’ve written about CNN’s ratings drop in October, specifically in prime time.

    Using another metric, it was made even more clear – in the final week of October, CNN did not crack the top 30 cable networks in prime time.

    For the first time in more than two years, CNN fell out of the top 30 cable channels last week in prime time (total viewers). Fox News ranked 3rd, behind USA and ESPN, while MSNBC was 26th. It was the 43rd consecutive week Fox News finished in the top 5 cable channels in prime time.

    In total day, FNC was #5, CNN #27 and MSNBC #31.

    CNN has pressed that prime time is just one of many metrics the network uses to measure audience data. And that’s true. But seeing the network dip out of the top 30 for the first time in years is a telling sign something isn’t working in prime time – and it’s something that will have to be corrected to pull the network back into the top of the cable news, and general cable, ranks.

    We’ll see what happens with last night’s ratings – CNN aired a largely election-focused prime time, even more so than FNC and MSNBC during the 8pmET hour. Will it translate to better ratings? We’ll find out in a few hours…

  39. tellitlikeitis says:

    Palin: NY-23 race ‘just postponed until 2010’
    Posted: November 4th, 2009 03:23 PM ET

    From CNN’s Lauren Kornreich

    Sarah Palin said the race in NY-23 is ‘just postponed until 2010.’
    (CNN) – Democrat Bill Owens may have won last night’s special election in New York’s 23rd congressional district – but Sarah Palin said Wednesday that race “is not over.”

    Writing on Facebook early Wednesday morning, the former Alaska governor praised Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman and “all the other under-dog candidates who have the courage to put themselves out there and run against the odds.”

    “The race for New York’s 23rd District is not over, just postponed until 2010,” Palin wrote. “The issues of this election have always centered on the economy – on the need for fiscal restraint, smaller government, and policies that encourage jobs. In 2010, these issues will be even more crucial to the electorate.”

    Owens – the first Democrat to win this district since the 19th century – is up for re-election in 2010.

    Palin, along with prominent conservatives Tim Pawlenty, Fred Thompson and Dick Armey, backed Hoffman last month over then-Republican nominee, Dede Scozzafava, who dropped out the weekend before Election Day. The race garnered national attention over the Republican Party split between the Scozzafava and the more conservative Hoffman.

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  41. Hello all~

    I’m still in awe over NJ 😀 A state that is very light blue went Christmas, red.

    Thank-you,New Jersey! and congrats to Gov. elect Christie. My goodness this man fought,hard! Barry & Corzine’s thugs were all over,too.

  42. VF, Where are you? CNN’s Rick Sanchez was beating up our girl,Sarah Palin,today.

    I saw it,while at the gym. Rick said that Sarah shouldn’t get involved in other State’s elections.

    Did I mention that CNN is not allowed in my home.

    I totally agree with Sarah Palin. The fight in NY is not over. NJ proves that & it’s not like it was such a huuuge loss. It was actually pretty close.

  43. Foxwood says:

    Susan, it was 2 to 1 against a non politcian and was lost bt 3 points. They were threatened and they know it.

  44. Foxwood, if NJ didn’t scare the bejezus out of the kooks! NJ always goes Dem. It’sa major,major victory there.

  45. m2 says:

    Yeah I’ll answer that CNN piece SH-

    Scazzifava was a liberal. The media/democrats try to feign concern for the republican party by spreading this idea that there are no moderates. And by falsely claiming Conservatives can’t win.

    The reality is that the Progressives are pushing moderates out if their party. Look at how much disdain they have for anyone who doesn’t sign up for Pelosi’s leftist agenda.

    The win in NJ was moderates/independents who made it possible. “like overthrowing Stalin from Moscow”- Christi won by over 100,000 more votes than the last Republican elected in 1993.

    In VA, McDonnel hosts a Catholic radio show every week, and speaks to a cardinal.

    This man is traditional conservative, and VA swept up. Roland Martin said on CNN last night that the conservatives can’t win because of social issues.

    Then what was Bob McDonnell?
    Bob won because, Roland- it’s the economy stupid.

    Hoffmann did amazing for a third party candidate in which the other two candidates (incl Dede were on the ballot each twice. We are lucky for what happened in that race, and Owens butt will be on the line if he rubber stamps Pelosi and he knows it. He ran in business campaign which is a far cry from the Obama demonization of business and private economics. It helped the GOP to see we mean business. I just got an email from Gingrich saying he understands this now.

    The Dem party is a far Left party in power, who pretend to be fiscal responsible to get elected. The moderates and independents have lost faith in them based on the first year of Obama. Many conservatives apathetic in 2008, for not liking their non-conservative candidate….

    When the results were coming in last year I was watching Indiana Jones.

    When the results were coming in last night, Obama was watching a documentary about himself.

    Trust me. This is a BIG BIG problem for the Progressives who want to shove out (Kos-style) any moderate Dems. They are scared. Nothing Roland Martin or CNN or Axlerod can spin will stave off the ass-whooping that’s coming.

    It’s the economy. And Americans are not progressive/socialist/Marxist/communist… We are individual, unique, and free.

  46. m2 says:

    Yeh let me further extrapolate…

    I was knowing it would be bad last yr, so I watched a movie. I was angry knowing what radicals make up Obama.

    Obama went 3 x to campaign for Corzine.
    When asked if he watched the returns he said he didn’t think or care and instead watched a documentary … On himself.

    He didn’t care huh?

    Yeah right.
    Just like “I didn’t care the country elected a lying Marxist” this time last year. //sarcasm///
    Woot woot

  47. m2 says:

    Now they say he didn’t.
    I still think he did… Hahahahahaha…

  48. m2 says:

    OMG! I just flipped on that crappy comedy central show with that MTV guy, and David Plouffe is on! I can’t believe the liberals believe this! How uninformed!!!

    He said Obama is fixing our “image” in the world and we are on our way to being repected… That Obama had put a transparent agenda forward, and that Obama is working for the middleclass.

    Voilà! LOL

  49. m2 says:

    Where’d everyone go 😉 relaxing after taking out a blue north east state??? LOL, time for some bejeweled.

    Just don’t forget, communists never sleep.

  50. Foxwood says:

    I just got home, M2. I got to eat then I’ll be back on. I hate late nights… 😦

  51. m2 says:

    I’m gonna play bejeweled.

    In honor of Barry refusing the anniversary of the fall of communism, I read Reagan speeches.

    I can’t wait to see what happens at the capital when Americans show up. Word is Nancy is having the place put on lockdown!
    Nancy is truly evil.

    Have a good din and relax!

  52. VotingFemale says:

    Susan, what the Socialists say to cameras and what they say amongst themselves behind closed doors is the difference of black and white.

    The Socialist Reset in VA and NJ flushed $10 Million dollars of DEM donations down the toilet in addition to blowing political capital of Obama who’s name got top billing on banners/billboards,TV ads, posters, and signs in the NJ race… not to mention he was personally campaigning there and failed to get enough backers to elect the Socialist.

    This is a very clear sinking of a ship in the Obama navy. Let them try to spin it… but we all know it was an Obama Agenda RESET.

  53. Foxwood says:

    I hate working late. I make salary, so I don’t get overtime.

    Then on top of that, my hosting service was down most of the day after I got hacked into. I hope they took care of the problem. I had it fixed, but they were fixing whatever hole the hacker got in with.

    I never got a chance to put my new blog out like I wanted.


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  55. samhenry says:

    VF – I left you a question at the bottom of a quote way back on the blog and the question is:

    Will Republicans and Conservatives work together to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat in 2010. I think the Dems are dancing around at what happened in District 23.

  56. samhenry says:

    Testing 1-2-3 – is anybody on board? No?

    DOG is lowered into launch and speeds to shore for an early bedtime.

  57. arlenearmy says:

    Well….Newt apologized. Im pondering if I should forgive him.

  58. samhenry says:

    Arlene, you can forgive him personally but not politically!

  59. tellitlikeitis says:


  60. samiam60 says:

    Graham: Obama ‘Screwed Up’ on Closing Gitmo

    With less than two weeks before the Obama administration announces where the conspirators of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will be prosecuted, Sen. Lindsey Graham told Fox News that there is a war within the White House on what to do.

    A senior Republican who has supported President Obama’s goal of closing the Guantanamo Bay prison by January now says the president has botched the plan.

    With less than two weeks before the Obama administration announces where the conspirators of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will be prosecuted, Sen. Lindsey Graham told Fox News that there is a war within the White House on what to do.

    “And let me just say, the president, quite frankly, has screwed this up,” he said. “You know, he announces on the first day of his being inaugurated that he’s going to close Guantanamo Bay and he didn’t do the hard stuff. Graham added that he’s been talking with Obama for months about the plan, telling him he has to think it through.

    While not responding directly to the senator’s criticism, a White House aide said progress is being made. The aide also suggested their work is handicapped by chaotic records left by the previous administration.

    “The previous administration succeeded in prosecuting only three detainees in more than seven years,” the aide said. “This administration is committed to pursuing swift and certain justice wherever possible for those at Guantanamo who have killed Americans, committed acts of terrorism or enabled others to do so.”

    The Obama administration is scrambling to meet its self-imposed deadline of closing the prison by January as it tries to sort out the cases of the more than 200 inmates remaining at the facility.

    The Obama administration has pledged to maintain the facility’s controversial military tribunal system to try at least some Guantanamo detainees. Several detainees are facing charges, including five men accused of organizing the Sept. 11 attacks.

    In 12 days, the Obama administration is promising a decision on where the self-described architect of the Sept. 11 attacks, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and his four co-conspirators will be tried.

    Graham supports military trials for the case and is proposing an amendment to keep the men out of federal court because he says criminalizing the Sept. 11 attacks will make the country less safe.

    The White House has recently insisted no decision has been made.

    A Pentagon spokesman said Defense Secretary Robert Gates is working to resolve the issue.

    “We are very much in the midst of this discussion, hoping to come to a conclusion to it shortly and it is not helpful to that process in the estimation of the attorney general and the secretary of Defense for the Congress to be limiting our options there,” Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell said.

  61. samiam60 says:

    Taken from Sarah Palins Facebook page:

    A Victory for Common Sense and Fiscal Sanity
    Today at 12:43am
    Congratulations to the new Governors-Elect of Virginia and New Jersey! I’d also like to offer a special word of support to the new Lieutenant Governor-Elect of New Jersey, Kim Guadagno, the first woman to hold that office.

    Of course, the real victors in this election are the ordinary men and women who voted for positive change and a return to fiscal sanity. Your voices have been heard.

    The race for New York’s 23rd District is not over, just postponed until 2010. The issues of this election have always centered on the economy – on the need for fiscal restraint, smaller government, and policies that encourage jobs. In 2010, these issues will be even more crucial to the electorate. I commend Doug Hoffman and all the other under-dog candidates who have the courage to put themselves out there and run against the odds.

    To the tireless grassroots patriots who worked so hard in that race and to future citizen-candidates like Doug, please remember Reagan’s words of encouragement after his defeat in 1976:

    “The cause goes on. Don’t get cynical because look at yourselves and what you were willing to do, and recognize that there are millions and millions of Americans out there that want what you want, that want it to be that way, that want it to be a shining city on a hill.”

    The cause goes on.

    – Sarah Palin

  62. samhenry says:

    Thanks for the answer to my question, M2. You’re a gem, my friend.

  63. samhenry says:

    Nite Tellit and Sammy.

  64. Foxwood says:

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

    “but sir, there’s a balloon up there!”

  65. Foxwood says:

    Whew! Well maybe we hit that damn pigeon.

  66. Foxwood says:

    How is it our country has been the greatest country in the world for over 200 years and now Obutthole want’s to change it?

    Because he’s a damn Commie.

  67. VotingFemale says:

    The Socialists can dance all they want. It’s a free country, no thanks to them.

    What happened in the NY-23 race where Hoffman bucked a Socialist Masquerading as a Moderate Republican was a win for both Conservatives and the GOP.

    Newt Gingrich admitted last evening on Hannity (that is on FOX at 9 eastern time) that he screwed up big time and that he regretted having not attended to the problem. That if he had taken a solid look at Scozzafava, the Socialist would have not received backing by the RNC and instead would have been prevented from selection as the GOP candidate.

    While the GOP is accepting of ‘socially moderate’ candidates, it is not going to accept ‘fiscally moderate/liberal’ candidates.

    This was the victory won by Conservatives over the GOP.

    He also added that Michael Steel is working on a declaration of principles. That is huge.

    Going forward, the Reagan Fiscal Conservatives are again a defining force within the GOP, or else. To focus recapture of the country can not be a battle of extreme social issues… rather a battle of Fiscal Principles.

    This is extremely bad news for the Radical Socialists who have hijacked the DEM party… the Obamas, the Pelosis, the Reids, the Barney Franks, and the rest of the radical fringe leftist in office.

    That crap is not going to fly… and the real battles, I predict, will be internal DEM party battles, not internal GOP battles.

    Case in point, DK Jamaal, a Moderate Democrat whom I keep tabs on, pretty much sums up the outrage and anger of non-radical non-Socialist DEM party members who seriously reject the Radical Socialists who have hijacked their party.

    see: Lesson of 2009 elections: phony, weak Obamacrats lost chance to create enduring Democratic majority

    samhenry says

    VF – I left you a question at the bottom of a quote way back on the blog and the question is:

    Will Republicans and Conservatives work together to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat in 2010. I think the Dems are dancing around at what happened in District 23.

  68. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood!!!

  69. samhenry says:

    BIG thanks VF. Final question. So we now can consider ourselves Conservative Republicans? Or will be still be a separate group within a coalition?

    Sarah Palin must be happy with Newt’s admission. She was at the forefront of making it happen.

  70. m2 says:

    Morning Foxwood and VF!

    Interesting about Newt, I think he got what he needed- and when I read his email he did make sense,… But I’ll not forget Rush said he did a PSA with Nancy Pelosi on “climate change” in 2008!! So we should not forget.
    I hope he got sobered up fast with the Dede debaucle.

    He better start working on the inside for what’s right…. And not be all McCained up in order to run in 2012.

    Anyway… Here’s a good article!

  71. m2 says:

    Morning SH!

  72. VotingFemale says:

    SamHenry, I will follow up by saying the following:

    I go after radical Socialists/Communists in the DEM party hammer and tong who are ‘politicians or public figures/public pundits.’

    I publicly go after the DEM party as the Socialist Party… to force an internal conflict between Moderate DEMs mistakenly putting party before principles and Radical Extremist Socialist/Communist DEMs who have hijacked the DEM party.

    I do this to separate the two groups within the DEM party and set them at odds with each other. To inflame all out conflict between the KD Jamaals/Larry Johnsons (No Quarter blog)/Hillary Clinton Backers against the Adrianna Huffingtons/Keith Olbermans/Jeanane Garofolos.

    The GOP is getting their act together thanks to the 912ers/Tea Partiers Conservatives.

    The DEM party has been transformed into an extremist party much as the GOP was transformed into what many moderates think happened during the BUSH 43 years.

    That the DEM party is now headed off a cliff is evident… good bye Hijacked DEM Party… good bye… good bye… don’t let the door hit you in the ass on your way out.

  73. VotingFemale says:

    I put Principles Before Party, SamHenry.

    If the GOP gets out of line, I will spank it as Sarah Palin and Tim Pawlenty, and Fred Thompson does.

    The GOP is the tail… we Reagan Fiscal Conservatives are the dog… dog wages the tail.

    samhenry says

    BIG thanks VF. Final question. So we now can consider ourselves Conservative Republicans? Or will be still be a separate group within a coalition?

    Sarah Palin must be happy with Newt’s admission. She was at the forefront of making it happen.

  74. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning M2!

    I want to blogpost about this subject today… and frequently when composing a comment as I did this morning on NEWT and the NY-23 race, I will use it as a basis for the blogpost.

  75. Foxwood says:

    Morning SamH, M2, VF!

    That was a big deal for Newt. I hope he means it. As for what M2 said about his compromising with Nancy: best stop mingling with the enemy. It doesn’t make you look that good to us Conservatives.

  76. Foxwood says:

    I feel let down by Newt. I really liked him last decade.

  77. Foxwood says:

    Newt is putting his career in front of his country. He doesn’t say anything about Sarah, and right now, Sarah is as close to Reagan as anyone out there. Just my opinion, I think more Conservatives need to back this woman. But what she does on her own will only make her stronger…

  78. m2 says:

    Hey guys!
    I look forward to the new blog-post…

    Check this paragraph from the end of the WSJ article!!!

    One indicator of how Mr. Obama will respond to the election might be reflected in his decisions over the overhaul of U.S. immigration laws. The president’s approval rating remains sky-high with Latino voters, one official said, but they didn’t come out to vote Tuesday.

    To turn them out, Democrats may have to press ahead with a broad overhaul of immigration laws next year, including the creation of a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants.

    is it just me, or do you all think that this outward expression of them needing the youth turnout (uninformed), the minorities (who they believe only vote Dem), and the illegals (uninformed), is incredibly Offensive with a capital O.

    Did anyone see that segment last week on FN about citizens who voted to have partisanless elections? Meaning there would be no party label, just issues? A whole town voted for this, and Eric Holder stepped in with a bunch of left wing groups and over-ruled it.

    They interviewed citizen of the town who was disgusted because the reason Eric holder gave was that if there wasn’t a Dem label, minority voters wouldn’t vote (for them), and the town ppl were out-raged that the Left/Holder believes they are too stupid to make an informed decision.

    Can you believe it???

  79. VotingFemale says:

    Foxwood, Gingrich got sucked in by the Radical Socialists…

    It takes an Conservative v GOP battle to shake the Newts awake from their hyponosis.

    Reagan was never more right than at this point in time… it is about three things… Conservative Principles Conservative Principles Conservative Principles

  80. m2 says:

    Foxwood, I beleive Newt won’t endorse any conservative star because he’s setting himself up for a presidential primary.

    Not because he doesn’t believe in Palin.

    I don’t know about the zeal the nation (independents/repubs/dem) would have for Gingrich.

    I’d rather have Michelle Bachman run!

  81. VotingFemale says:

    And to be sure… just as Dede Buttafava infiltrated the GOP, there are Wolfs at high levels in the GOP who are also like Dede…

    Case in point… the GOP-Socialist RINOs who attack Sarah Palin.

    The Purge starts now… get the F-ing Socialist Wolves the hell out of the RNC and party offices across the country. They are poisoners of the well.

  82. m2 says:

    Wouldn’t it be awesome to have Palin/pawlinti

    and Bachman as speaker of the house and maybe Jim demint as senate leader…

  83. VotingFemale says:

    Woe be to Public Figure Republicans who wage personal attacks and crap on Sarah Palin going forward… word to the wise. You will get your ass kicked clean into orbit. Reagan Fiscal Conservatives have Sarah’s back. I mean this in every sense of the word… they will be ground into dog meat. Want to debate with Sarah? fine… no problem… want to smear and personally attack Sarah? We will make you walk back your attack and if you dont? we will destroy you politically.

    Foxwood says

    Newt is putting his career in front of his country. He doesn’t say anything about Sarah, and right now, Sarah is as close to Reagan as anyone out there. Just my opinion, I think more Conservatives need to back this woman. But what she does on her own will only make her stronger…

  84. samhenry says:

    M2. Fox VF I have said it before and I will say it again – FEW have come forward publicly and said that immigration reform should be handled concurrently with Health Care Reform or we will not know the true cost of the thing never mind fight for what we think best to be out of it!

    Personally, I think immigration reform and a firm policy to stop the flood should have come first. It is clear he wants to delay this. He wants to focus on parts. HE DOESN’T WANT ANYONE TO SEE THE WHOLE PICTURE.

    He has lost most independents. He really will be a looser. And Nancy Pelosi is as well. She will die on her health care petard. Obama will die on the Afghan war petard primarily. He should have reigned in Reid and Pelosi but this shows how weak he really is. Speak up Reid. We love hearing from you, lol.

  85. m2 says:

    I agree with that, but I think Newt is doing career thing.. Not b/c he has anything against Palin.

    In the coming years, the leader will rise like a phoenix from the ashes of socialist-appeasing GOP, and when that happens forces like Newt and those others will get behind them if they understand that they are not meant to lead.

    Hehehe… Phoenix rising…

  86. tellitlikeitis says:

    Go0d morning everyone! Did you watch that video I posted last night? Scary stuff!

  87. m2 says:

    I would love for Nancy to be banished but the closest we have to that is needing to control the house. Because she will never be voted out.

    But what should happen is her be investigated for treason against the constitution.

  88. Foxwood says:

    I’ll be out most of the day. Working in a no cell zone until I get it up and running… Got to go.

  89. VotingFemale says:

    I am presently working on two blogposts…

    sorry I can’t comment presently… sigh

  90. VotingFemale says:

    think not?

    There will be a backlash to California adding a 10% state income surtax… that sh!t just hit the fan. People who want to put Pelosi back in office will be confronted I believe. There has to be a strong DEM candidate to come forward who will run against Pelosi and take on the Racial Socialist/Communists in their party.

    m2 // November 5, 2009 at 8:54 am

    I would love for Nancy to be banished but the closest we have to that is needing to control the house. Because she will never be voted out.

    But what should happen is her be investigated for treason against the constitution.

  91. VotingFemale says:

    back to the blogposts…

    Good Morning Tellit! havn’t seen the vid you posted yet… but will

  92. m2 says:

    I saw lord monkton before, he is too smart. He also publically called forth al gore to debate him on “climate change”…. Not surprisingly, gore won’t.

  93. tellitlikeitis says:

    VF, This video is a must watch! video. You might even want to do a blog on it.

  94. VotingFemale says:

    please post it on the new blogpost linked just below, Tellit.

    tellitlikeitis says

    VF, This video is a must watch! video. You might even want to do a blog on it.

  95. VotingFemale says:

    Glenn Beck is recovering from surgery to remove his appendix.

    Tweets directly from the Beckanator:

    # I just realized my tonsils are missing. Man, I wish I were as rich as M. Moore i could’ve had some of that sweet Castro Care he loves.
    about 4 hours ago from Echofon

    # Nvr a gdnight sleep in the hospital but always easier w/family, prayers and AMAZING drs/nurses. They didn’t even cut off my feet!!
    about 5 hours ago from Echofon

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