Rep Ahn Cao? Get out of my sight, traitor

ahn cho

So… Cao? You admit Barack Obama bought your vote with DEM promises?

Screw you. Get out of the Republican Party and go sit with the Socialists.

Had just two of the yea voting Socialist Representatives voted no to the PelosiCare Bill on November 7, 2009, your single yea vote would have given the Socialists the means with which to destroy this country.



This is what Government Run Health Care Brings to People…


Obama Health Care; A Native American Warning, the Ta’Shon Story


Read This, Ahn “The Traitor” Cao. You might learn something about the America you stabbed in the back from someone who a True American:

November 7, 2009 at 10:34pm
We’ve got to hold on to hope, and we’ve got to fight hard because Congressional action tonight just put America on a path toward an unrecognizable country.

The same government leaders that got us into the mortgage business and the car business are now getting us into the health care business.

Despite Americans’ decisive message last Tuesday that they reject the troubling path this country has been taking, Speaker Pelosi has broken her own promises of transparency to ram a health “care” bill through the House of Representatives just before midnight. Why did she push the 2,000 page bill this weekend? Was she perhaps afraid to give her peers and the constituents for whom she works the chance to actually read this monstrous bill carefully, if at all? Was she concerned that Americans might really digest the details of a bill that the Wall Street Journal has called “the worst piece of post-New Deal legislation ever introduced”?

This out-of-control bureaucratic mess will be disastrous for our economy, our small businesses, and our personal liberty. It will slam businesses at a time when we are at double-digit unemployment rates – the highest we’ve seen in a quarter of a century. This massive new bureaucracy will cost us and our children money we don’t have. It will rob Americans of more of our freedom and further hamper the free market.

Make no mistake: we’re on course to have government commandeer one-sixth of our economy. The people who gave us Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac now want to run our health care. Think about that.

All of us who value the sanctity of life are grateful for the success of the pro-life majority in the House this evening in its battle against federal funding of abortion in this bill, but it’s ironic because we were promised that abortion wasn’t covered in the bill to begin with. Our healthy distrust of these government leaders made us look deeper into the bill because unfortunately we knew better than to trust what they were saying. The victory tonight to amend the bill and eliminate that federal funding for abortion was great – because abortion is not health care. Now we can only hope that Rep. Stupak’s amendment will hold in the final bill, though the Democratic leadership has already refused to promise that it won’t be scrapped later.

We had been told there were no “death panels” in the bill either. But look closely at the provision mandating bureaucratic panels that will be calling the shots regarding who will receive government health care.

Look closely at provisions addressing illegal aliens’ health care coverage too.

Those of us who love freedom and believe in open and transparent government can only be dismayed by midnight action on a Saturday. Speaker Pelosi’s promise that Americans would have 72 hours to read the final bill before the vote was just another one of the D.C. establishment’s too-common political ploys. It’s broken promises like this that turn people off to politics and leave them disillusioned about the future of their country.

But despite this late-night maneuvering, many of us were paying close attention tonight. We’ll keep paying close attention. We need to let our legislators in Washington know that they still represent us, and that the majority of Americans are not in favor of the “reform” they are pushing. After all, this is still a country “of the people, by the people, and for the people.” We will make our voices heard. It’s on to the Senate now. Our legislators can listen now, or they can hear us in 2010. It’s their choice.

– Sarah Palin


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104 Responses to Rep Ahn Cao? Get out of my sight, traitor

  1. Foxwood says:

    Cao? Where you a Soros plant? Bet you were…

  2. VotingFemale says:

    I despise the bastard.

  3. VotingFemale says:

    looks like the blog will go over 200,000 view hits today…

  4. Foxwood says:

    Commie infiltrator.

    Or just traitor.

  5. VotingFemale says:

    full length video stream of the first episode of

    ABC’s ‘V’

    the pop out window is a nice feature…

  6. samhenry says:

    Vf what is “V”

    By the way, Hulu plans to charge after this year.

  7. samhenry says:

    WOW – what stats. As you know, I’m lucky to get to 50!

  8. samhenry says:

    OMG – my favorite combo – sci fiction and mystery of the highest order.

    The ship has beautiful picture windows on one side. Are we sure that it isn’t an elaborate airborne condo that just broke loose from its mooring?

  9. VotingFemale says:

    SamHenry, ABC’s ‘V” is a new premiere televison series about the Vs, Visitors from outside the solar system who come with promises of hope and change and offers of free universal health care… and the acceptance and resistance to the Vs. The motive of the Vs is as yet undisclosed… their behavior indicates they have motives which result in tyranny… a one world government with them in charge… for better or worse. Their tactics are reflections of the Socialist party.

    The series is being attacked by the leftists… who obviously are identifying with the Vs.

  10. samhenry says:

    I have to get off Hulu and do leaves!

  11. samhenry says:

    Glad you comment broke through when it did. Is this it into its second season on ABC? It is so well done.

    Barack is in the Rose Garden again and will be giving a speech shortly. However one of my favorite shows, Fareed Sakaria, is on but it does repeat at 5.

  12. samhenry says:

    I’m going outside and pray I see one of these ships. When they “despaceship,” I will check them all out and then I will say to one of them – “I want him” pointing to a most attractive alien. I guess that is the new dating protocol in the galaxy.

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  14. samhenry says:

    CNN reports it will be interesting to see in President mentions the word “bipartisan.”


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  16. azgo says:

    We need realize that our elected government is infused by people who owe allegiance to other nations and other loyalties.

    Cao is an immigrant from Vietnam and is an Obama pay to play kinda guy.

  17. LisaInTX says:

    Ooopss…….i was updating the title…sorry for the double posting……

    Cao is a loser IMO…..
    I’m so sick of the traitors to our country and our way of life.
    Our elected leaders have SOLD US OUT!!!
    But the battle for middle earth has just begun!!!!

  18. VotingFemale says:

    ABC’s ‘V’ is a brand new series… the video stream I provided aired for the first time last week as the pilot of the series. There will only be four episodes this year with four more to follow next spring.

    V airs on Tuesdays at 8pm eastern… if memory serves… I programmed the DVR to record it.

    samhenry says

    Is this it into its second season on ABC?

  19. VotingFemale says:

    Good blog post you have done Lisa. Keep up the good work.

    The NO Voting DEM BlueDogs deserve a pat on the back for having the guts to say NO!

  20. LisaInTX says:

    Thanks VF
    Gotta run though—grandson has arrived…lol….wish me luck!!!hahaha

  21. arlenearmy says:

    Folks, Im not trying to sound funny or rude, but Ive never heard Cao utter. I wonder if he can speak or understand good english. Ive seen some Vietnamese in Louisiana who can not speak english.

  22. VotingFemale says:

    Arlene, Cao has met with and spoken with Barack Obama during a “lets make a deal” get together at the white house.

    Cao handed Obama a letter asking for $500+ million for a new hospital and Obama said he would “work with him on that.”

    So I think he does speak english well enough to be understood. He left South Viet Nam as the American Forces were pulling out.

  23. Foxwood says:

    I think it should be “V” the Violator…

  24. Foxwood says:

    “Ive seen some Vietnamese in Louisiana who can not speak english.”

    That’s the case in Port Arther TX for sure…

  25. arlenearmy says:

    VF said:
    “Cao handed Obama a letter asking for $500+ million for a new hospital and Obama said he would “work with him on that.”


    “work with him on that” don’t sound like a promise. I’m sure Obama did not put it in writing.

  26. roxannadanna says:

    Good going!!! Almost 200,000 hits since March!

    I get all a-twitter when I hit 5o in a day! LOL

    I’m so glad I found your blog and met you. This is a great blog and a wonderful network of bloggers. Thank you all for being so nice to me.

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  28. arlenearmy says:

    Ive seen some Vietnamese in Port Arthur as well. But they tend to stay hidden (low key).

    Several yrs. ago, we were driving near Conroe & took a wrong turn. There we saw a large body of water & Vietnamese physically in the water fishing w/nets. I think it was illegal to fish in that area.

  29. roxannadanna says:

    How convienent for the Democrats that the 2 new congressional seats, filled after last Tuesday’s election, both voted for Pelosi’s health care bill.

    Smart of them to hold off the health care bill until they had those 2 votes locked in, isn’t it?

  30. Foxwood says:

    “There we saw a large body of water & Vietnamese physically in the water fishing w/nets. I think it was illegal to fish in that area.”

    The Cajuns here will throw a net in a ditch off the side of the road. I think it’s just the area. Same in Bridge City TX. Don’t see much road kill. I hit a deer once going to an outage one nite and was asked why I didn’t put it in the back of the truck.

  31. Foxwood says:

    Hey Roxy! Good seeing you again! You need to come by more often. Usually we are in a better mood here. Last couple of days have been bad newsworthy days.

  32. Foxwood says:

    I’m in the mood for some music, so I found this nugget…

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  34. Foxwood says:

    Something for Sami…

  35. m2 says:

    What’s up!!
    Hi Roxanna, and Fox.

    Yeah I find it suspicious about the new House Reps voting for this bill.

    People all outside today?
    It’s about 70-ish here….

    I need to force myself off the computer!

  36. m2 says:

    Hi Arlene too!

  37. Foxwood says:

    Something I need to play while I work nights this week.

  38. Foxwood says:

    Multi tasking again. Working on the deck again while grilling out. Have to come in to bring in meat or take more out so I get to check on the blog. My deck is off my office and kitchen. The deck I’m working on is about 25 feet from my deck. Everything is kind of centralized. Like our government! 🙂

  39. m2 says:

    This is what I’m going to be doing during the Conservative counter-revolution in 2010:

  40. Foxwood says:

    Put on your red shoes
    and dance the blues!

  41. m2 says:

    here’s a good one..

  42. Foxwood says:

    We are strong because we are an Association.

  43. m2 says:

    The Association is pretty good, and they remind me of this, but this is a little more electronic.

  44. m2 says:

    ever seen the freaky anti-Scientology videos by Anon?

    We should do this to the communists.

  45. m2 says:

    I got to leave, see ya later!

  46. Foxwood says:

    I got your surfin’ tune! I sang this one for a prize!

  47. Foxwood says:

    Look out Femme Fatals!

  48. samhenry says:

    Just a quick hit

  49. Foxwood says:

    “Just a quick hit”

    That’s what Barney Frank said!
    Oh, that’s right, he doesn’t know what it looks like. 🙂

  50. Foxwood says:

    Someone stop this thing or I’m gonna RAAAAAAAAAALLLLLLPH!

  51. m2 says:

    here’s my favorite Artist right now:

  52. Foxwood says:

    I got your Heep!

  53. m2 says:

    ha ha ha ha ha…

  54. m2 says:

    SH got me in the mood for MJ…

  55. m2 says:

    OH man. Youtube took the music off.


    alright. I’m abusing poor VF’s blog anyway.

  56. Foxwood says:

    Odd video, That’s what I get for not listening to Rock n Roll after 1984…

  57. Foxwood says:

    MJ worked for me M2!

  58. Foxwood says:

    checking on the chicken and hamburgers… BRB…

  59. Foxwood says:

    Simple Sister

    Procol Harum

    Simple sister
    Got whooping cough
    Have to burn her toys
    Take her treats
    Eat her sweets
    Scare off all the boys
    Simple sister
    Got whooping cough
    Have to put her out
    Wear her clothes
    Steal her bows
    Tell her that she’s stout
    Simple sister
    Got whooping cough
    Lock her in a cell
    Throw the key
    Into the sea
    Hope she never gets well

  60. ohiobelle says:

    I’ve been stupid busy today. I had double duties today because I was glued to the tv yesterday. I can’t believe I wasted a whole f*cking day watching Pelosi and her trolls stick it to us! What comes around goes around.

    vf, I love the post!

    “Screw you. Get out of the Republican Party and go sit with the Socialists.”

    hahah! I couldn’t have said it better.

    I’ll check back tomorrow night. Nite all!

  61. ohiobelle says:

    This is what I’ve been saying all day…



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  63. samhenry says:


    We are still in our home country. We need to start exporting progressives and socialists. First on the slow boat to China – Nancy Pelosi.

    Nite everyone.

  64. tellitlikeitis says:

  65. tellitlikeitis says:

  66. tellitlikeitis says:

  67. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good nite all!

  68. samhenry says:

    Tellit – is that Hillary “moment” real?

  69. tellitlikeitis says:

    SH, I am not sure.

  70. Foxwood says:

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

  71. samhenry says:

    FOX, I put in a comment before you got up but I hit refresh instead of send. Not easy to do but I did it.

    I had said that I don’t have to wait for the ear-splitting sound of the canon. I now can smell the sulfur from the strike of the match.

    I may get called to teach today.

  72. samhenry says:

    My back is still “out” from leaf raking. I used the blower yesterday and should have initially.

    Clarence arrives in dingy to retrieve SH. DOG eases into dingy. Happily no mishaps.

    Low in the water the two friends head slowly for shore.

  73. Foxwood says:

    I had to light that match to cut through the fumes…

    Oh no!

  74. samhenry says:

    DOG panics:

    Will Clarence know that sailboats have the right of way – that the next buoy marks a large – oh dear – they hit the rock.

    Rocket buoys Clarence. SH painfully DOG paddles on toward shore thinking of a good breakfast.

  75. samhenry says:

    Good “heavens” FOX – what next! Well, prepare for space debris. Better take the iron-clad umbrella today.

    Later FOX

  76. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning SamH and Foxwood. I bring you tidings of good news this morning.

    House Health Bill Has Nowhere to Go in Senate

    Government health insurance plan included in the House bill is unacceptable to some Democratic moderates who hold the balance of power in the Senate.

  77. samiam60 says:

    WASHINGTON — The glow from a health care triumph faded quickly for President Barack Obama on Sunday as Democrats realized the bill they fought so hard to pass in the House has nowhere to go in the Senate.

    Speaking from the Rose Garden about 14 hours after the late Saturday vote, Obama urged senators to be like runners on a relay team and “take the baton and bring this effort to the finish line on behalf of the American people.”

    The problem is that the Senate won’t run with it. The government health insurance plan included in the House bill is unacceptable to a few Democratic moderates who hold the balance of power in the Senate.

    If a government plan is part of the deal, “as a matter of conscience, I will not allow this bill to come to a final vote,” said Sen. Joe Lieberman, the Connecticut independent whose vote Democrats need to overcome GOP filibusters.

    “The House bill is dead on arrival in the Senate,” Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said dismissively.

    Democrats did not line up to challenge him. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., has yet to schedule floor debate and hinted last week that senators may not be able to finish health care this year.

    Nonetheless, the House vote provided an important lesson in how to succeed with less-than-perfect party unity, and one that Senate Democrats may be able to adapt. House Democrats overcame their own divisions and broke an impasse that threatened the bill after liberals grudgingly accepted tougher restrictions on abortion funding, as abortion opponents demanded.

    In Senate, the stumbling block is the idea of the government competing with private insurers. Liberals may have to swallow hard and accept a deal without a public plan in order to keep the legislation alive. As in the House, the compromise appears to be to the right of the political spectrum.

    Republican Sen. Olympia Snowe of Maine, who voted for a version of the Senate bill in committee, has given the Democrats a possible way out. She’s proposing to allow a government plan as a last resort, if after a few years premiums keep escalating and local health insurance markets remain in the grip of a few big companies. This is the “trigger” option.

    That approach appeals to moderates such as Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La. “If the private market fails to reform, there would be a fallback position,” Landrieu said last week. “It should be triggered by choice and affordability, not by political whim.”

    Lieberman said he opposes the public plan because it could become a huge and costly entitlement program. “I believe the debt can break America and send us into a recession that’s worse than the one we’re fighting our way out of today,” he said.

    For now, Reid is trying to find the votes for a different approach: a government plan that states could opt out of.

    The Senate is not likely to jump ahead this week on health care. Reid will keep meeting with senators to see if he can work out a political formula that will give him not only the 60 votes needed to begin debate, but the 60 needed to shut off discussion and bring the bill to a final vote.

    Toward the end of the week, the Congressional Budget Office may report back with a costs and coverage estimate on Reid’s bill, which he assembled from legislation passed by the Finance Committee and the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee. The Finance Committee version does not include a government plan.

    Reid has pledged to Obama that he will get the bill done by the end of the year and remains committed to doing that, according to a Senate leadership aide.

    Both the House and Senate bills gradually would extend coverage to nearly all Americans by providing government subsidies to help pay premiums. The measures would bar insurers’ practices such as charging more to those in poor health or denying them coverage altogether.

    All Americans would be required to carry health insurance, either through an employer, a government plan or by purchasing it on their own.

    To keep down costs, the government subsidies and consumer protections don’t take effect until 2013. During the three-year transition, both bills would provide $5 billion in federal dollars to help get coverage for people with medical problems who are turned down by private insurers.

    Both House and Senate would expand significantly the federal-state Medicaid health program for low-income people.

    The majority of people with employer-provided health insurance would not see changes. The main beneficiaries would be some 30 million people who have no coverage at work or have to buy it on their own. The legislation would create a federally regulated marketplace where they could shop for coverage.

    The are several major differences between the bills.

    –The House would require employers to provide coverage; the Senate does not.

    –The House would pay for the coverage expansion by raising taxes on upper-income earners; the Senate uses a variety of taxes and fees, including a levy on high-cost insurance plans.

    –The House plan costs about $1.2 trillion over 10 years; the Senate version is under $900 billion.

    By defusing the abortion issue — at least for now — the House may have helped the long-term prospects for the bill. Catholic bishops also eager to expand society’s safety net may yet endorse the final legislation.

    Lieberman appeared on “Fox News Sunday,” while Graham was CBS’ “Face the Nation.”

  78. samiam60 says:

    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA Barry, sorry bout your luck. Guess you gonna need the depends anyway as you get Wee-Weeded and Pelosi you plastic freak, get out your drool cup.


  79. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood! SamHenry!

    Been researching for the next blogpost.

    Yesterday was a bummer…. but today is a new day and Joe Lieberman cheered me up.

    Funny blogpost on Nancy, SamH!

  80. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Samiam!

  81. samiam60 says:

    WASHINGTON — The glow from a health care triumph faded quickly for President Barack Obama on Sunday as Democrats realized the bill they fought so hard to pass in the House has nowhere to go in the Senate.

  82. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning VF 🙂

    We all have good reason to smile today and press on with our mission to defend Our Constitution and personal Freedoms. 🙂

  83. Foxwood says:

    Morning Sam and Sam and VF!

    Sami, I can tell you Mary Landrieu will be getting lots more calls from me. And she gets plenty already.

  84. samiam60 says:

    Obama Draws Criticism for Sitting Out Berlin Wall Anniversary

    The president does not plan to travel to Germany to attend the 20th anniversary celebration Monday of the fall of the Berlin Wall, drawing heated criticism from those who say he’s ignoring a shining triumph of American-inspired democracy.

  85. samiam60 says:

    Foxwood we must keep up the pressure on these folks till they understand in no small way that their political futures are in Our hands and they had better conform to the Will of the People they represent.

  86. VotingFemale says:

    Yes! Samiam! And I am going to rub the Socialists noses in it! Damn Communists!

  87. samiam60 says:

    President Obama squeezed in a trip to Copenhagen last month to lobby, unsuccessfully, for Chicago to host the 2016 Summer Olympics. He plans to travel to Oslo next month to accept the Nobel Peace Prize, an award that even Obama has said he does not deserve. And this coming week, he sets out on a weeklong tour of Asia.

    But the president does not plan to travel to Germany to attend the 20th anniversary celebration Monday of the fall of the Berlin Wall, drawing heated criticism from those who say he’s ignoring a shining triumph of American-inspired democracy.

    “A tragedy,” is how former House Speaker Newt Gingrich described Obama’s absence.

  88. samiam60 says:

    That’s right VF rub their nose’s in it real good.

    The Obama house of cards is crumbling quickly now. 🙂

  89. VotingFemale says:

    Obama snubbing the Celebration of the failure of Communism is quite proof he hates the America he has voted to “TRANSFORM” which brought an end of the Communist grip on Russia and freed countries which were under martial law by the Communists for many decades including half of Germany.

    Obama is pure communism… Frank Davis would be proud of his young charge.

    This is not missed on German people…

  90. Foxwood says:

    How can Obutthole celabrate something he detest? The fall of Communism was a travesty to him. Remember, after all of his study and indoctrination into Communism, how could he show up for such an event?

  91. samiam60 says:

    It looks like we shall see a Second Fall of Communism and this time with in our own Borders.

  92. VotingFemale says:

    I did not leave! I am working on the blogpost which is focused on what Samiam announced this morning about The Senate Roadblock to Socialism.

  93. Foxwood says:

    Yeah, VF, I’ve been multitasking also…

  94. LisaInTX says:

    Good morning all…I only got a few minutes gotta run fix breakfast for the grandson. ;-}

    Here is ANOTHER example how our “Congress” has mettled into our armed services and removed their power.

    Pursuing death penalty in Fort Hood shooting may be difficult

    06:34 AM CST on Monday, November 9, 2009

    By MICHAEL A. LINDENBERGER / The Dallas Morning News

    If history is any judge, the Army will find it difficult to impose the death penalty on the accused killer in the bloodiest mass shooting on a U.S. military base in history.

    Military experts say Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan is almost certain to face capital charges before an Army court-martial. But they warn that death penalty cases are so rare in the military, and so prone to big mistakes, that death sentences rarely stick.

    And executions themselves are almost nonexistent. The last American serviceman to be executed was killed by a firing squad in 1961.

    Since 1984, when Congress revamped military law regarding the death penalty, the United States has sought to execute 49 service members, though never an officer. Fifteen of those defendants were convicted and sentenced to death. …….

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  96. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Everyone! It is good news that it might be doa in the Senate but Reid could still use the nuclear option to push it through the Senate.

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