Obama is a Liar? HuffPo says: “seems that the answer is yes”

Got a Bad Batch of Koolaid, did ya Socialist Koolaid Drinkers???

Huffington Post calls Obama a LIAR…

Is Obama Bullshi*tting About 18 Month Afghan Withdrawal to Appease War Critics?
December 7, 2009 01:02 PM

by Miles Mogulescu

After watching Secretary of Defense Gates and Secretary of State Clinton on “Meet The Press” on Sunday, and parsing the words of Obama’s own speech at West Point, it unfortunately seems that the answer is “yes.”

Of course Obama is a liar… DUHHHHH!!!!




Additional reading…

Obama Aides Say Troop Withdrawal Timetable Not a “Drop-Dead

JG, Caesarea: Obama on Afghanistan Troop Withdrawal: Whoops, I

United States to keep troop withdrawal slow in Afghanistan

Obama Afghanistan Timeline No Guarantee Of Troop Withdrawal

RealClearPolitics – Obama Isn’t Built for War

BLACK POLITICAL BUZZ….: Holbrooke Also Confirms No 2011 Abrupt

How Obama Homed In On Timeline For Afghanistan Troop Withdrawal

Neocons Get Warm and Fuzzy Over ‘War President’ — Signs of the Times

The strategy Democrats opposed is now being used by Obama in Afghanistan

EPA to Attack US Economy by declaring CO2 toxic; without CO2, all plant life would die

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278 Responses to Obama is a Liar? HuffPo says: “seems that the answer is yes”

  1. tellitlikeitis says:

    I wish it would snow like a SOB in Copenhagen this week and bury those global warming a$$holes under several feet of snow. Now that would be newsworthy

  2. tellitlikeitis says:

    Obama a Liar? Say it ain’t so Joe.

  3. LisaInTX says:

    “Every man who loves peace, every man who loves his country, every man who loves liberty ought to have it ever before his eyes that he may cherish in his heart a due attachment to the Union of America and be able to set a due value on the means of preserving it.” –James Madison, Federalist No. 41

  4. Kynikos says:

    Wow busy day in news today, Pelosis new tax on the world, Afghan lies, Copenhagen, and now the EPA, hmmm what to post on??? Well done VF, at work now will be on later!! Kynikos

  5. samiam60 says:


  6. samiam60 says:

    Carbonhagen: World Leaders Drive to Climate Summit in Gas-Guzzling Luxury Fleet

  7. samiam60 says:

    Most delegates to the climate change conference haven’t exactly been hoofing their way to Denmark’s capital, swarming the city’s airport with 140 private jets, 1,200 hired limousines and a carbon footprint the size of a small countr

  8. samiam60 says:

    Video shot on the scene Monday shows squads of new arrivals at the green gathering pulling up in BMWs, Mercedes Benzes, sleek Volvos and plush Jaguars. A bus reserved for the delegates rode along empty outside the conference center.

    Click here to see the video from Americans for Prosperity.

    The head of Copenhagen’s biggest limo company says her business usually has a dozen cars on the road. But during the conference — which has been billed as the last best chance to save the environment — she’ll have 200 vehicles churning out fumes, the Daily Telegraph reported.

    “We thought they were not going to have many cars, due to it being a climate convention,” Majken Friss Jorgensen told the newspaper. “But it seems that somebody last week looked at the weather report.”

    France alone has ordered 42 vehicles, she said, and the auto supply in Denmark is very quickly drying up. To make up for shortages, Jorgensen and her competitors are bringing in lines of limos from as far away as Germany and Sweden.

    “We haven’t got enough limos in the country to fulfill the demand,” she said, adding that just five cars in her fleet will be environmentally friendly hybrid vehicles, which are almost impossible to procure in tax-heavy Denmark.

    Once the estimated 30,000 delegates, activists, protesters and members of the press arrive this week and next, they’ll find a sumptuous and steeply priced spread awaiting them.

    Expensive hotels are sold out, and the conference organizers have been busy laying 560 miles of computer cable and 50,000 square miles of carpet, according to the Times of London.

    The conference center hosting the meetings has set up four “climate kitchens” to cook healthy, organic meals for attendees, but they aren’t coming cheap.

    Visitors ordering the regular meal will get finger sandwiches, a quiche, some cheese and dessert, but those going “deluxe” get a mini croissant, canape with smoked salmon, mini pizzas, fancy cheese and some pineapple in chocolate — all for an estimated $40 a person.

    The whole conference rings up at just under $215 million, according to a report from the U.K.-based Taxpayers’ Alliance, which argued that even though delegates to the climate conference don’t expect to emerge with any signed commitments, they’re still doing potential damage by making their two-week visit.

    Conference organizers have gone the whole nine yards seeking to offset the Copenhagen carbon crunch (the U.N. estimates an output of 41,000 tons of gas), using energy-efficient lights, powering the proceedings with a giant wind turbine, and offering visitors recycled materials instead of wasteful plastic water bottles. They’ve also purchased carbon offsets to help manage the output from their 12-day affair.

    But Matthew Sinclair, the research director for the Taxpayers’ Alliance, said their presence means that “a huge amount of money is going to be spent on the summit, and thousands of tons of carbon dioxide emitted to get there, just to give the delegates a good photo opportunity.”



  9. samiam60 says:


  10. samiam60 says:

    Gore and Obama meet privately.

    Shovel ready workers stand by to clean up after them.

  11. tellitlikeitis says:

    Wow, More taxes proposed by the socialists.
    I am sure that will help the economy.

    Pelosi Endorses ‘Global’ Tax on Stocks, Bonds, and other Financial Transactions
    Monday, December 07, 2009

    (CNSNews.com) – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) endorsed the idea of a “global” tax on stock trades and other financial transactions, saying the estimated $150 billion in annual revenue from such a tax could be used to help fund more stimulus spending.

    At her weekly press briefing on Thursday, Pelosi said the financial transactions tax (HR4191) currently before Congress would have to be made “global” to keep U.S. investors from taking their business overseas and out of taxable reach.

    The House speaker said that a transaction tax could be imposed in conjunction with congressional efforts to divert funds from the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), with funds from both going to fund a second stimulus spending package. (The first stimulus bill, $789-billion, was signed into law by President Barack Obama on Feb. 13, 2009.)

    “I believe that the transaction tax still has a great deal of merit,” Pelosi told reporters. “The concern that many of us or others have had is that it will send, it will send transactions overseas.

    “Well, let’s see, the fact is, what we are talking about is a global transaction [tax],” she said, “something that we would do in conjunction with other G nations, whether it is G8, G20, whatever the current G number is. Because it is really a source of revenue that has really minimal impact on the transaction, but a tremendous impact on helping us meet our needs.”

    Pelosi said she thought the idea might have currency among a public eager to see Wall Street firms “pitching in” to help the government grow the economy.

    “I think there would be a market for it among the American people to say that we are all participating in the economic prosperity of our country, and we are all pitching in to continue that prosperity,” said Pelosi.

    The tax idea, the brainchild of British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, would mean that all major financial centers – Asia, the EU, U.S., and U.K. – would all have to pass a similar transaction tax to avoid disadvantaging one country’s stock exchange. This would ensure that no matter where a person wanted to buy stock, they would have to pay the new tax.

    Brown originally proposed the idea on Nov. 7 at a meeting of G20 finance ministers in St. Andrews, Scotland.

    Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.)The American version, H.R. 4191, introduced by Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.), would levy a separate tax on all stock trades, futures contracts, swaps, credit default swaps, and stock options in an effort to tap the trillions of dollars of such transactions.

    Seeking to circumvent concerns about further deficit spending on stimulus programs, the bill attempts to raise approximately $150 billion every year.

    “The jobless recovery suggests that the Federal Government must continue to prime the economy, but the record deficit is a real obstacle,” the bill reads.

    “To restore Main Street America, a small securities tax on Wall Street should be invested in job creation for Main Street,” says the bill. “This transfer tax would be assessed on the sale and purchase of financial instruments such as stocks, options, and futures. A quarter percent (0.25 percent) tax on financial instruments could raise approximately $150,000,000,000 a year.”

    The transaction tax proposal was met with opposition from some House Democrats, who signed a “Dear Colleague” letter outlining their opposition to the tax and urging other members of Congress to join them.

    “A $150 billion tax on financial transactions will fall on millions of hardworking Americans who are saving for their future through their 401k plans, mutual funds, pensions and other savings vehicles,” wrote Reps. Michael McMahon (D-N.Y.), Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.), and Debbie Halvorson (D-Ill.) in the letter, which is still being circulated on Capitol Hill, a copy of which was obtained by CNSNews.com.

    “Supporters of the proposal promote it as a way to make Wall Street pay for economic stimulus, because it would apply only to stocks, futures, forwards and derivatives,” the letter states.

    “In reality, it would be a tax on all investment and savings vehicles because mutual funds and money market fund transactions are, by definition, purchases and sales of securities and bonds,” it added.

    The three Democrats said that the American version of the proposal would not exempt middle class Americans, as it claims to do, because while the tax would be paid by major stock brokers, those brokers would pass the cost down to everyday investors, pension, and retirement funds.

    “Proponents of a transaction tax argue that a small 0.25 percent tax on stocks would be paid for by the highly paid financial traders and would not affect most Americans,” reads the letter. “This is simply not true. A tax on stock transactions would affect every single person who owns and invests in stocks from small business owners to senior citizens.”

    “Americans saving for their retirement, to pay for college or ‘a rainy day fund’ to meet future emergencies will be subjected to a tax that will reduce the value of their savings at a time when they are just starting to recover the losses they incurred at the height of the financial crisis,” the letter states.

  12. m2 says:

    Glenn Beck and Breitbart aretaking healthcare down as the prison inspired satanic alynsky satanic commie plot it is!

  13. VotingFemale says:

    after writing these three blogposts I’ve been busy with RL stuff like crazy… always nutz around the holidays…. I am pooped out… early to bed for this girl tonight…

  14. LisaInTX says:

    Hi Girls…..
    Are the conservatives gonna form their OWN party or join with the Republicans and hope THEY start following our Constitution and smaller government?

  15. m2 says:

    I put satanic in there 2x- whoops.. No character lost though on them.

    They all worship the hous of Saul Alinsky who he gives praise to Lucifer.

    The inmates are running the govt. In the real world they’d all be handcuffed and sentenced. But since they run the show they fashion a world of LIES not reality. They are the deginerate scum that creates evil on Earth. No doubt!

  16. info please, great post VF, you little star you!

    Five Democrat Senators are critically important to defeating President Obama’s and Congressional Democrats government-run health care experiment:

    Sen. Evan Bayh (IN) at (202) 224-5623
    Sen. Mary Landrieu (LA) at (202) 224-5824
    Sen. Blanche Lincoln (AR) at (202) 224-4843
    Sen. Ben Nelson (NE) at (202) 224-6551
    Sen. Jim Webb (VA) at (202) 224-4024

    Call them today and tell them to vote against President Obama’s government-run health care experiment.

  17. VotingFemale says:


    Barack Obama’s Safe Schools Czar Kevin Jennings founded the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) in 1990. In 2007 Kevin Jennings was paid $273,573.96 as the executive director of GLSEN. Recently he was appointed by the Obama administration to run the Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools in the US Department of Education.

    On Friday, Scott Baker from Breitbart.TV and Co-Host of ‘The B-Cast‘ submitted a shocking report on Obama’s deviant Safe Schools Czar Kevin Jennings. This report was posted at Gateway Pundit blog. Scott explained:

    I was recently approached by a team of independent researchers that I have known for some time and have come to trust. They prepared this report involving ‘Safe Schools Czar’ Kevin Jennings and the organization he founded, GLSEN, and asked that I find a way to help draw attention to what they uncovered. Knowing that Gateway Pundit has followed Kevin Jennings since his appointment, as we have on The B-Cast (here, here, and here), and on Breitbart.tv (here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here), I felt this would be an appropriate place for this report.

    Safe Schools Czar Kevin Jennings was the founder, and for many years, Executive Director of an organization called the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN). GLSEN started essentially as Jennings’ personal project and grew to become the culmination of his life’s work. And he was chosen by President Obama to be the nation’s Safe Schools Czar primarily because he had founded and led GLSEN (scroll for bio).

    GLSEN’s stated mission is to empower gay youth in the schools and to stop harassment by other students. It encourages the formation of Gay Student Alliances and condemns the use of hateful words. GLSEN also strives to influence the educational curriculum to include materials which the group believes will increase tolerance of gay students and decrease bullying. To that end, GLSEN maintains a recommended reading list of books that it claims “furthers our mission to ensure safe schools for all students.” In other words, these are the books that GLSEN’s directors think all kids should be reading: gay kids should read them to raise their self-esteem, and straight kids should read them in order to become more aware and tolerant and stop bullying gay kids. Through GLSEN’s online ordering system, called “GLSEN BookLink,” featured prominently on their Web site, teachers can buy the books to use as required classroom assignments, or students can buy them to read on their own…

    What we discovered shocked us. We were flabbergasted. Rendered speechless.

    We were unprepared for what we encountered. Book after book after book contained stories and anecdotes that weren’t merely X-rated and pornographic, but which featured explicit descriptions of sex acts between pre-schoolers; stories that seemed to promote and recommend child-adult sexual relationships; stories of public masturbation, anal sex in restrooms, affairs between students and teachers, five-year-olds playing sex games, semen flying through the air. One memoir even praised becoming a prostitute as a way to increase one’s self-esteem. Above all, the books seemed to have less to do with promoting tolerance than with an unabashed attempt to indoctrinate students into a hyper-sexualized worldview.

    We knew that unless we carefully documented what we were reading, the public would have a hard time accepting it. Mere descriptions on our part could not convey the emotional gut reaction one gets when seeing what Kevin Jennings wants kids to read as school assignments. So we began scanning pages from each of the books, and then made exact transcriptions of the relevant passages on each page.

    Warning: The following material is very explicit.

    [I wont post the rest of it… it is just too disgusting…]

    see: http://biggovernment.com/2009/12/07/fistgate-barack-obamas-safe-schools-czars-2000-conference-promoted-fisting-to-14-year-olds/

  18. LisaInTX says:

    I don’t know whether to try and pull in Dem’s to the repub party or to attempt to direct them to a conservative “tea party’ point of view—the only party powerful enough right now to combat the commies is the Repub party–IMO

  19. hey, ya’ll what was funny was that in another blog I was trying to put some stuff I get from a nasty blogger and it kept rejecting my post! hahahhahah

    isn’t that funnY?

  20. m2 says:

    I haven’t been online today- typing from my iPod on the couch rt now..

  21. LisaInTX says:

    Thanks for that heads up on Jennings VF–I added that and the link to my report on him….
    These people are just SICK and DEMENTED, moraless scum bags!

  22. LisaInTX says:

    Hi WG
    Yep—sounds pretty funny in a strange way—lol Wonder why it won’t post?

    Hi M2
    Writing comments on blogs usually leads to fury most of the time—-glad you are enjoying some time off to relax…lol

  23. m2 says:

    Yeh, my toddler has been sick…

    Anyone watching Beck?! What a hero Beck is.

    This blog here just goes to show the left think even their minions are dumb. Of course Obama is talking out of both sides of his ass. He’s a communist piece of shite.

  24. LisaInTX says:

    2010 elections will not matter—-Obama has ALREADY put his CZARS in power to go around congress and the house…..
    I warned about the EPA during the election…..they control almost everything along with the corrupt FDA….

  25. LisaInTX says:

    All we can do is continue to inform those willing to listen and hope that I am insanely wrong. ;-/
    I’m really bummed….heading out to go fix dinner—

  26. LisaInTX says:

    Hope the little one gets to feeling better soon.

  27. Foxwood says:


    Landrieu is bought and paid for. I keep calling, but I guarantee see will vote for the bill.

  28. samhenry says:

    Hi everyone – VF – only you could carry off this post with authority and you have. Excellent and a riot.

    Lisa – I am getting a flood from a website called texas4palin. I guess I turned out to be a Texan after all.

  29. ohiobelle says:

    I’ll be back after I make a few calls.

    vf wrote: Five Democrat Senators are critically important to defeating President Obama’s and Congressional Democrats government-run health care experiment:

    Sen. Evan Bayh (IN) at (202) 224-5623
    Sen. Mary Landrieu (LA) at (202) 224-5824
    Sen. Blanche Lincoln (AR) at (202) 224-4843
    Sen. Ben Nelson (NE) at (202) 224-6551
    Sen. Jim Webb (VA) at (202) 224-4024

    Call them today and tell them to vote against President Obama’s government-run health care experiment.

  30. ohiobelle says:

    Sen. Evan Bayh (IN) at (202) 224-5623

    voice mail full

  31. ohiobelle says:

    Sen. Mary Landrieu (LA) at (202) 224-5824

    voice mail full

  32. ohiobelle says:

    Sen. Blanche Lincoln (AR) at (202) 224-4843

    What a shocker, voice mail is full

  33. ohiobelle says:

    Another shocker!!

    Sen. Ben Nelson (NE) at (202) 224-6551

    voice mail full

  34. ohiobelle says:

    Now this one is a shocker!!


    Sen. Jim Webb (VA) at (202) 224-4024

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  36. ohiobelle says:

    Forget it! Just call the anointed one himself and tell him you are sick and tired of all this hope and god darn change!!

    The anointed one….202-456-1111

  37. ohiobelle says:

    Anybody have any other numbers? Should we tweet the lying bastards?

  38. Foxwood says:

    Off to bed early. Sami, I left a dirty joke on the men’s room wall.

  39. samiam60 says:

    Good Joke there Foxwood.

  40. LisaInTX says:

    “The fact is that in the past few decades we have seen a dramatic shift in how we spend the taxpayer’s dollar. Back in 1955, payments to individuals took up only about 20 percent of the federal budget. For nearly three decades, these payments steadily increased and, this year, will account for 49 percent of the budget. By contrast, in 1955 defense took up more than half of the federal budget. By 1980 this spending had fallen to a low of 23 percent. Even with the increase that I am requesting this year, defense will still amount to only 28 percent of the budget. The calls for cutting back the defense budget come in nice, simple arithmetic. They’re the same kind of talk that led the democracies to neglect their defenses in the 1930s and invited the tragedy of World War II. We must not let that grim chapter of history repeat itself through apathy or neglect. … Free people must voluntarily through open debate and democratic means, meet the challenge that totalitarians pose by compulsion. It’s up to us, in our time, to choose and choose wisely between the hard but necessary task of preserving peace and freedom and the temptation to ignore our duty and blindly hope for the best while the enemies of freedom grow stronger day by day.” –Ronald Reagan

  41. LisaInTX says:

    “[T]here is no other rational explanation for Obama’s obsession to enact Obamacare than his desire to increase government control over every aspect of our lives. As others have noted, Obama and company have employed multiple gimmicks to conceal and misrepresent the true costs of Obamacare. Like other groups wanting to destroy America from the outside, liberals are patient. By backloading their spending, they hope to deceive Americans into thinking their plan is budget-neutral. Thus, their bills disguise their true net costs by deferring most new spending for five years (while increasing taxes and cutting Medicare almost immediately). This trick is so transparently deceitful that if attempted by a Republican administration, we’d have already heard rumblings for impeachment. Specifically, Democrats have said their proposal would cost $848 billion over 10 years, but the true cost would be some multiple of that. Using Congressional Budget Office figures, Investor’s Business Daily reports that only 1 percent of the spending would come in the first four years of the 10 years the Democrats are counting (2010-13). If you begin the 10-year calculation in the year appreciable spending would begin — 2014 — the cost would be $1.8 trillion. (Sen. Judd Gregg, it should be noted, estimates the costs for that 10-year period — 2014-23 — would be much greater, at $2.5 trillion.) Over the next five years (2024-28), the costs would escalate even faster, totaling $1.7 trillion. In addition, the Cato Institute’s Michael Cannon reveals another gimmick Democrats are using to understate the actual costs for the first true 10-year period. Obama, despite his campaign promises to the contrary, would force the voluntarily uninsured to purchase health insurance. Those mandated costs should be counted as a tax just as surely as if they were first paid to the government for distribution to the insurance companies. In fact, the CBO did score similar mandates as taxes under Hillary Clinton’s reform plan in the ’90s. But by treating these mandated costs as ‘off-budget,’ Obama hides 60 percent of the bill’s total costs, according to Cannon. When all these gimmicks are correctly accounted for, says Cannon, ‘the total cost of ObamaCare reaches … $6.25 trillion.'” –columnist David Limbaugh

  42. samhenry says:

    Lisa you are right about the budget shell game.

    The thing that makes me just fighting mad is the fact that we are only NOW hearing about the planned cutbacks in Medicare that will pay for the masses to have a crack at health care.

  43. samhenry says:

    I hate it when I steam out here to the great ship VF and no one is on deck or in the galley. I just hate being on a ghost ship.

    For all I know the ghost of Christmas Past will show up and remind me of happier times. Then he will turn me over to the ghost of Christmas future where I will see that I fell through the Medicare cracks and died of Obama Anger Syndrome. But I am here, now, caught between the past and the future and it is not an easy place to be. People say “live in the moment.” Can’t say that anymore if we’re gaging on co2!

  44. samhenry says:

    All of the posts today have been excellent, VF. I am amazed that Huffy Puffy would brand their boy a liar. His pants aren’t on fire but Tiger’s are, lol.

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  46. samhenry says:

    This is THE big story from California to Europe. When will people wake up.

    Good vid, Lisa.

  47. m2 says:

    Check this out SH and Lisa!

    (I’m off for bed) – these people don’t believe in laws, justice, morals or values. They are Nazis.


  48. LisaInTX says:

    Unrelated, but still pisses me off!!
    Okay—He is partly the cause of US losing our housing market, yet he wants to increase our taxes in order to RECOVER the loss? Ahhhh—-good thinking Wiener head…..you ready for your new assignment behind bars with Bubba?

  49. LisaInTX says:

    OMG!!!! You can BET this DID come from the WH!!
    How is that “Transparency” working out now folks!!! Holy shit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Thanks for the heads up…. and good night

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  51. LisaInTX says:


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  52. LisaInTX says:

    Joan E Loza Mobry
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    Gof uck Urself
    Harry Reid sucks dick
    Kurt Shanaman
    Oh Brother
    Progressives are good at making lists.
    Maybe I\’ll just start blogging here.
    Don\’t you just love the double standard the left loves to employ with their high and mighty \”save the world\” attitude. The only thing we need saving from is left wing loons like you. Yes I used a Bill O\’Reilly phrase. You got me, I\’m a conservative. You know me better by my progressive code name, \”right-wing extremist\”, but I digress. How about we kick all your counterparts out of Washington, lower taxes, create some jobs, revitalize some industry (without unions so they\’ll be competitive), clean up our cities, lock up our criminals, strengthen our churches and get on with the business that made this country the greatest nation on Earth.
    Velvet Revolution asswipes
    E.P.A are liberal asswipes

  53. LisaInTX says:

    These people ‘registered” on this web site!! LMAO!!!!!! haahahahhaaa

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    This must be how you register voters too.
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    Join Glenn\’s 912 project
    SEIU are asswipes
    I no longer by Nike brand shit

  54. LisaInTX says:

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    This site sucks
    ACORN are asswipes
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  55. LisaInTX says:

    Dear Chamber of Commerce Board Member:

    I am writing as a concerned American to ask that you immediately resign from the Board of the United States Chamber of Commerce because of its very public stance against important initiatives on environmental protection, financial regulation, health care, and fair elections. Since October 1st, five major companies have resigned from the Chamber or its Board because of these dangerous positions, including Nike, Apple, Pacific Gas & Electric, Public Service of New Mexico and Exelon. As Nike stated, “We fundamentally disagree with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on the issue of climate change, and their recent action challenging the E.P.A. is inconsistent with our view that climate change is an issue in need of urgent action.” Many other companies are considering following the lead of these game-changers.

    Rather than work to create long-term solutions to these vexing problems, the Chamber has announced that it is spending more than $100 million to defeat initiatives that would address them. The Chamber also insists that corporations are entitled to “personhood” and should be allowed to spend unlimited funds on elections. Clearly, the Chamber does not want health care for all, a clean environment for our children, regulation of the financial system that caused the devastation of our economy, or fair elections.

    Recent published reports make clear that the Chamber is under the control of a small group of partisan insiders, including one who recently demanded that the EPA conduct a “Scopes monkey trial” on global warming. I hope that you do not share these views and that you do not want to be associated with them.

    Our country needs innovation, vision, and enlightened initiatives that represent a clear break from past policies that no longer work. The Chamber is hanging on to outmoded ideas that are not applicable in the 21st century. Surely, you see your role as building America’s future, not in propping up an organization that is now on the wrong side of history.

    Please take this opportunity to resign from the Chamber Board and let the Chamber know why you have done so.

    (My wit is below)—lol
    Your Loving Comrades in arms,

    Karl Marx
    Adolf Hitler
    Joseph Stalin
    Fidel Castro
    Hugo Chavez

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  57. Foxwood says:

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

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  59. samiam60 says:


    Woman Taken to Hospital From Tiger Woods’ Home

  60. samiam60 says:

    A woman was taken from Tiger Woods’ Florida mansion early Tuesday to a hospital by ambulance after a rescue call was made, officials say.

    Officials at the hospital’s emergency room told Fox News the unidentified woman has been released. No additional information was immediately available.

    According to WESH-TV, the woman was taken from Woods’ multimillion-dollar home “on advanced life support” after firefighters received a call at 2:36 a.m. Tuesday.

    Footage shot outside Health Central Hospital in Ocoee appeared to show a blonde woman on a stretcher being taken inside.

    According to witnesses, a black SUV — similar to the one Woods crashed the day after Thanksgiving — showed up at the hospital minutes later.

    A witness told Fox News that a “nice-looking blonde woman” who looked similar to Tiger’s wife, Elin Nordegren, was driving the vehicle. According to WFTV-TV, the license plate on the Cadillac Escalade seen at the hospital had only one character that was different from the Escalade involved in the crash.

    Meanwhile, RadarOnline.com reported Woods’ wife moved out of the couple’s home and is living in a nearby house. The report came after several women claimed to have engaged in relationships with the golf star.

    Woods was taken to the hospital on Nov. 27 after crashing his SUV into a fire hydrant and trees in his gated-community neighborhood.

    TMZ reported early Tuesday that Woods was admitted as an overdose under the alias “William Smith.”

    Sources at the Health Central Hospital reportedly said Woods’ admissions chart specified “OD” and mentioned he was having trouble breathing.


  61. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my fellow Patriots 🙂

  62. Foxwood says:

    I didn’t want to be the one to break that news, Sami. Something is not right in the Woods household, tho.

  63. Foxwood says:

    This story will not go away.

  64. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood! Sam! SamHenry (who is around)!

  65. VotingFemale says:

    Tiger Woods…

    Seems some folks just can’t keep from shooting themselves in the foot…

    I suspected he had OD’ed on Alcohol when he crashed his SUV…

    His wife moved out of the house?

    A woman who looks like his mother in law is rushed, at 2:30 am mind you, to the hospital? then released? And apparently His wife arrives at the hospital in an SUV then leaves?

    And where was Tiger during all this hospital comings and goings?

  66. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Everyone!

    This is the end run around congress.

    Business Fumes Over Carbon Dioxide Rule

    Officials gather in Copenhagen this week for an international climate summit, but business leaders are focusing even more on Washington, where the Obama administration is expected as early as Monday to formally declare carbon dioxide a dangerous pollutant.

    An “endangerment” finding by the Environmental Protection Agency could pave the way for the government to require businesses that emit carbon dioxide and five other greenhouse gases to make costly changes in machinery to reduce emissions — even if Congress doesn’t pass pending climate-change legislation. EPA action to regulate emissions could affect the U.S. economy more directly, and more quickly, than any global deal inked in the Danish capital, where no binding agreement is expected.

    Many business groups are opposed to EPA efforts to curb a gas as ubiquitous as carbon dioxide.

    An EPA endangerment finding “could result in a top-down command-and-control regime that will choke off growth by adding new mandates to virtually every major construction and renovation project,” U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Thomas Donohue said in a statement. “The devil will be in the details, and we look forward to working with the government to ensure we don’t stifle our economic recovery,” he said, noting that the group supports federal legislation.

    Journal Community
    Vote: Are humans fueling climate change? EPA action won’t do much to combat climate change, and “is certain to come at a huge cost to the economy,” said the National Association of Manufacturers, a trade group that stands as a proxy for U.S. industry.

    Dan Riedinger, spokesman for the Edison Electric Institute, a power-industry trade group, said the EPA would be less likely than Congress to come up with an “economywide approach” to regulating emissions. The power industry prefers such an approach because it would spread the burden of emission cuts to other industries as well.

    Electricity generation, transportation and industry represent the three largest sources of U.S. greenhouse-gas emissions.

    An EPA spokeswoman declined to comment Sunday on when the agency might finalize its proposed endangerment finding. Congressional Republicans have called on the EPA to withdraw it, saying recently disclosed emails written by scientists at the Climatic Research Unit of the U.K.’s University of East Anglia and their peers call into question the scientific rationale for regulation.

    The spokeswoman said that the EPA is confident the basis for its decision will be “very strong,” and that when it is published, “we invite the public to review the extensive scientific analysis informing” the decision.

    EPA action would give President Barack Obama something to show leaders from other nations when he attends the Copenhagen conference on Dec. 18 and tries to persuade them that the U.S. is serious about cutting its contribution to global greenhouse-gas emissions.

    The vast majority of increased greenhouse-gas emissions is expected to come from developing countries such as China and India, not from rich countries like the U.S. But developing countries have made it clear that their willingness to reduce growth in emissions will depend on what rich countries do first. That puts a geopolitical spotlight on the U.S.

    At the heart of the fight over whether U.S. emission constraints should come from the EPA or Congress is a high-stakes issue: which industries will have to foot the bill for a climate cleanup. A similar theme will play out in Copenhagen as rich countries wrangle over how much they should have to pay to help the developing world shift to cleaner technologies.

    “There is no agreement without money,” says Rosário Bento Pais, a top climate negotiator for the European Commission, the European Union’s executive arm. “That is clear.”

    An endangerment finding would allow the EPA to use the federal Clean Air Act to regulate carbon-dioxide emissions, which are produced whenever fossil fuel is burned. Under that law, the EPA could require emitters of as little as 250 tons of carbon dioxide per year to install new technology to curb their emissions starting as soon as 2012.

    A man climbed on a globe that is part of an installation in downtown Copenhagen.
    The EPA has said it will only require permits from big emitters — facilities that put out 25,000 tons of carbon dioxide a year. But that effort to tailor the regulations to avoid slamming small businesses with new costs is expected to be challenged in court.

    Legislators are aware that polls show the public appetite for action that would raise energy prices to protect the environment has fallen precipitously amid the recession.

    Congressional legislation also faces plenty of U.S. industry opposition. Under the legislation, which has been passed by the House but is now stuck in the Senate, the federal government would set a cap on the amount of greenhouse gas the economy could emit every year. The government would distribute a set number of emission permits to various industries. Companies that wanted to be able to emit more than their quota could buy extra permits from those that had figured out how to emit less.

    Proponents of the cap-and-trade approach say emission-permit trading will encourage industries to find the least-expensive ways to curb greenhouse-gas output. But opponents say it will saddle key industries with high costs not borne by rivals in China or India, and potentially cost the U.S. jobs.

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    An official prepares the Danish flag in the large Copenhagen meeting hall that will host the United Nation’s summit on climate change beginning Monday. The conference ends Dec. 18.
    The oil industry has warned that climate legislation could force some U.S. refineries to shut down, because importing gasoline from countries without emission caps could be cheaper than making the gasoline on domestic soil.

    Legislators “have decided that coal and electric users don’t bear the burden” of emissions constraints for many years, said John Felmy, chief economist for the American Petroleum Institute, an industry group. “Early in the program, oil users are the ones who are hammered.”

    The Iron and Steel Institute, which represents more than 75% of steel made in the U.S., said that successful climate policy — whether through the EPA or Congress — must “reduce emissions without altering the competitiveness of American steelmakers.”

    Journal Communitydiscuss“ Only those who stand to benefit financially by denying the impacts and even existence of global warming are the ones still denying it. However the evidence to the contrary is far too convincing. ”
    — James Briggs The issue of how curbing emissions would affect jobs in developed countries is likely to erupt in Copenhagen in the battle over how much rich countries should pony up for cleaner technologies in developing nations.

    Estimates of the cost for reducing emissions in developing countries vary widely, but the European Commission said in September that the bill could reach $150 billion annually by 2020. Leaders of the EU’s 27 nations have said only that the EU would pay its “fair share” of the total, without committing to an amount.

    Yet EU industry lobbies are weighing in against that proposal. It is “not realistic,” said Axel Eggert, spokesman for Eurofer, the trade group for European steelmakers. Steelmakers want to “make sure that the financing is not a subsidy for our competitors,” he said.


  67. Foxwood says:

    Congress will find itself more and more irrelevant. I can see a time where there will be no separation of powers, and that is where Obutthole is taking us.

  68. Foxwood says:

    Obuttholes approval rating is at 47%. The lowest of any President at this point in a Presidency.

    I’m so happy!

  69. tellitlikeitis says:

    Webb warns Obama on taking action in Copenhagen By Kerry Picket on Dec. 2, 2009 into Water Cooler
    Subscribe**UPDATE December 7, 2009

    When asked about the recent Environment Protection Agency’s endangerment finding of CO2, Senator Webb told the Washington Times and others today on Capitol Hill, “I think we need to go back and look at the Supreme Court decision in which the EPA asserts that it has that authority, because it is a derived power based on legislation, and it is a limited power. I don’t think the administration can agree to anything, for instance, in Copenhagen on an endagerment finding that was based on one piece legislation in a Supreme Court decision.”


    December 2, 2009

    Looks like a fellow Democrat has concern with the president’s handling of the the cap and trade issue upon Mr. Obama’s trip to Copenhagen. Senator Jim Webb (D – Va.) wrote to the administration last week warning President Obama that the White House does not have unilateral power to commit the United States to any standards agreed upon at the upcoming climate change conference in Denmark.:

    Dear Mr. President:

    I would like to express my concern regarding reports that the Administration may believe it has the unilateral power to commit the government of the United States to certain standards that may be agreed upon at the upcoming United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of Parties 15 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The phrase “politically binding” has been used.

    Although details have not been made available, recent statements by Special Envoy on Climate Change Todd Stern indicate that negotiators may be intending to commit the United States to a nationwide emission reduction program. As you well know from your time in the Senate, only specific legislation agreed upon in the Congress, or a treaty ratified by the Senate, could actually create such a commitment on behalf of our country.

    I would very much appreciate having this matter clarified in advance of the Copenhagen meetings.


    Jim Webb
    United States Senator

    Senator Webb’s office told the Washington Times Water Cooler the president has not replied back in writing, and the decision to write the president a letter on this issue comes from Mr. Webb’s concern about issues of constitutional checks and balances.
    Related TWT articles:
    Skeptics press Obama on climate summit
    EPA to issue CO2 ‘endangerment finding’
    China’s carbon emissions restraint would go unverified
    EDITORIAL: Media complicity in Climategate
    *UPDATE on Spokeswoman quote

    A spokeswoman for Mr. Webb said, “If we’re going to make binding commitments, the Senate needs to be an obligatory player in that process.” The spokeswoman also noted Mr. Webb’s concern with the vague commitment from China and India on the issue of cap and trade.


  70. tellitlikeitis says:

    Foxwood, It seems like the president doesn’t want to wait on congress to move his socialist agenda forward. He will do an end run around congress at every opportunity.

  71. samiam60 says:

    Seems to me this so called President is doing everything he can to consolidate his power before the 2010 Election. If he fails, then Marshal Law will be an option he just might use to derail that election. That’s my opinion on it anyway.

  72. ohiobelle says:

    Reid is an idiot to even speak of slavery. The mother ship is slowly sinking!

  73. samiam60 says:

    Obama’s 47 Percent Approval Lowest of Any President at this Point

    President Obama’s job approval rating has fallen to 47 percent in the latest Gallup poll, the lowest ever recorded for any president at this point in his term.

  74. ohiobelle says:

    Why would Barack Transformer Obama care what we think when he only needs ACORN to get reelected.

  75. tellitlikeitis says:

    I believe Obama and the Democrats have something up their sleeve for 2010. Martial Law? Maybe. It sounds possible.

  76. ohiobelle says:

    Now that would be a possible doomsday scenario

    Tellit wrote: I believe Obama and the Democrats have something up their sleeve for 2010. Martial Law? Maybe. It sounds possible.

  77. ohiobelle says:

    I’m curious about one thing… Which is the top agenda at the Copenhagen summit; CO2 emissions or hookers?

  78. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hi Belle. Where is VF today? Working in another blog?

  79. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hookers of course. I wonder if Tiger will be attending. lol

  80. ohiobelle says:

    Hello tellit!

    Did you hear that an ambulance was at Tigers house this morning? An unidentified blond was taken away. Hmm..

  81. ohiobelle says:

    Do you think Michelle will let Mr Transformer attend the Copenhagen summit?

  82. tellitlikeitis says:

    Belle, The report I heard said it was a middle aged woman possibly Erin’s mother. I heard that Erin recently bought a 2 million dollar home in Sweden. I wonder?

  83. tellitlikeitis says:

    Mr transformer will be in Copenhagen making unfunded commitments and signing our rights away.

  84. tellitlikeitis says:

    Erin Woods new song.

  85. ohiobelle says:

    It still doesn’t look good for Tiger especially if Erin is out of town.

    Check this out. Approval ratings after 1 year in office:
    George W Bush 86%
    The Transformer – 47%
    Even Clinton had a higher rating than the transformer at 52%!

  86. ohiobelle says:

    hahaha love the song.

  87. ohiobelle says:

    Let’s finish this… A little jingle for our Senators

    Well, the weather outside is frightful, but the hookers are so delightful,

  88. tellitlikeitis says:

    The women are coming out of the woodwork trying to cash in. I think the total is up to 7 now possibly eight.

  89. ohiobelle says:

    Well, the weather outside is frightful, but the hookers are so delightful, when you got fear to spread, grab a hoe, grab a hoe, grab a hoe.

  90. ohiobelle says:

    tellit wrote: The women are coming out of the woodwork trying to cash in. I think the total is up to 7 now possibly eight.

    I thought you were talking about the hookers lining up for Obama.. hahaha

  91. samhenry says:

    About this co2 stuff, ask the plants – they are all saying “feed me”

  92. Foxwood says:

    They aught to do good in Copenhagen the SamH, because they have all that methane sh!t too!

  93. Foxwood says:

    the = then 🙂

  94. ohiobelle says:

    Hello Sam & Fox!

    I think our kitty slept in today.

  95. Foxwood says:

    She was in earlier. I think she’s working on her newest post, if I were to guess.

  96. ohiobelle says:

    That’s good because it is taking so long to comment and refresh. Maybe I have that Obama virus… haha

    Did you see the transformers approval ratings? 47%! Who are these people? That number is still too high.

  97. tellitlikeitis says:

    There will be some major pollution in Copenhagen this week. With all the hot air that will be spewed from the Global Warming frauds the CO2 levels will be off the charts and lets not forget the elevated methane levels generated by the one’s that will talking out of their a$$es.

  98. ohiobelle says:

    OMG! The ego is talking about things he knows nothing about; OUR ECONOMY!

  99. ohiobelle says:

    Let’s count how many times the transformer says crisis.

  100. Foxwood says:

    He has a die hard core of koolaid drinkers. I just wished they’d OD and get it over with…

  101. tellitlikeitis says:

    Obama the transformer? Hmmm. Lets see. He has transformed himself from a believable used car salesman into a low life lying socialist weasel. yea that it.

  102. ohiobelle says:

    OMG! The teleprompter is talking about clean energy jobs!! hahaha Did he get the memo about climategate?

  103. ohiobelle says:

    All that is left is to blame Bush!!

  104. ohiobelle says:


  105. ohiobelle says:

    We should take responsibility for our future by IMPEACHING OBUTTHOLE!

  106. samhenry says:

    Obama IS a liar and here are other radical muslims are as well. This is a chilling video. How muslims approach the west both in Europe and in America.

    This is Pamela Gellar – atlasshrugs.com

    This is just part I. You MUST see this.

  107. tellitlikeitis says:

    SH, I have no doubt that it won’t be long before the muslims take over most of Europe. They have a sizable population in Europe and probably could do it now. The US is a different story. Their percentage of their population here is not as high here so that could not be achieved in the short run. Their goal is to islamisize the world and the ones that do not assimilate will be killed.

  108. tellitlikeitis says:

    Belle, How can you watch that lying weasel on TV? I can’t. Just the sight of him makes me physically ill.

  109. samiam60 says:

    Ohiobelle said:

    Well, the weather outside is frightful, but the hookers are so delightful, when you got fear to spread, grab a hoe, grab a hoe, grab a hoe.


    That is way too funny. We can add to this song as we go.

    Mmmm, Mmmm Mmmmm,

    So why would you want a shovel ready job

    When you can grab a Ho grab a Ho grab a Ho

    mmm mmmm mmmmm mmmm

  110. samiam60 says:

    Its beginning to look a lot like Moscow, every where you go.

    mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm

  111. tellitlikeitis says:

    After the hookers in Copenhagen get done servicing the global warming attendees this week the following week they will have a STD conference.

  112. VotingFemale says:

    I am back… have been dealing with issues on the home front… sigh…

    I have some material for several blogposts though… Obama is starting to crack under the strain of constant failures to get anything actually ‘done’ and is lashing out like a spoiled brat… very unseemly for a “well adjusted” person who holds the office of POTUS… and symptomatic of a ‘victimology entitled’ dirtbag who expects people to shut up and take it up the ass because HE is the Chosen One…

    Well Mr Chosen One? You have no idea what the true meaning of ‘Under Duress” means… you lied to everyone… your base, the middle, and the right… what ever it took to get elected… and guess what Mr President? your shit stinks… and now everyone knows it. You whine now? Gallup shows you with the lowest Approval Rating of a President in his first December in office? aaahahahahahaha!!!! You are destined to break more records like that during the coming months and years.

    You see… you are not actually a true American… thus you are getting blindsided by how Americans actually think and act. We are a snotty lot who will not bow down to anyone… ESPECIALLY TO YOU! Dick Head! Crap on folks? WE CRAP BACK! Enjoy your remaining term Obutthole… you will cry for joy the day you are finally freed from Office in 2012 and go running back in tears to wherever the hell you really come from… you command ZERO RESPECT DIK HED

  113. ohiobelle says:

    Hello vf!


    Well, the weather outside is frightful, but the hookers are so delightful, once I get done spreading fear I’m gonna buy a ho, buy a ho, buy a ho….

  114. VotingFemale says:

    Tellit & SamH… I hate to say this… but here goes… if Europeans do not have the balls to stand up to Islam they deserve Sharia Law and whatever it brings their way.

    This will likely workout to be World War Three in a way… with EU forcing the US into defending them, again, from an enemy, Islamic Sharia Law, to whom they appeased their lame asses to to the point they got into serious trouble.

    tellitlikeitis says

    SH, I have no doubt that it won’t be long before the muslims take over most of Europe. They have a sizable population in Europe and probably could do it now. The US is a different story. Their percentage of their population here is not as high here so that could not be achieved in the short run. Their goal is to islamisize the world and the ones that do not assimilate will be killed.

  115. VotingFemale says:

    Islam’s Sharia Law is not a religion… it is a cancer on humanity and eventually will force humanity to either succumb or kill off Sharia Law. There is no other way I can perceive… it is like the BORG

  116. ohiobelle says:

    Ho Ho Ho
    Ho Ho Ho
    ClimateGates arrived. Oh what fun it is to see this train wreck finally die..

    Something like that.

  117. ohiobelle says:

    My last comment didn’t post.

    I said that I was just working on greetings for my new Christmas cards.

  118. ohiobelle says:

    I have to workout. I will be back soon.

  119. VotingFemale says:

    nothing showed up in the spam or moderation folders… what’s up with that???

    ohiobelle says

    My last comment didn’t post.

    I said that I was just working on greetings for my new Christmas cards.

  120. VotingFemale says:

    Ok… see you later Belle dear!

    I need to do some blogposting… brb

  121. samhenry says:

    My Holiday Card

    Have a Merry Christmas
    Have a Happy Hanukkah

    If you are a Muslim, let me read you your rights:
    You have a right to remain silent, etc. – ah but this is a freedom you don’t want to use against us they way you have all of the othere.

    And a Happy New Year whenever it comes around to you. This year is the year of Obama Out – step one. Fire the Congress.

  122. samhenry says:

    Good to see you CAT. I am saddened that Europe cannot be saved. Geller says it in her video above. I have done multiple posts on this and believe me, people don’t believe it; don’t want to hear about it; and think I am overreacting.

    I will never, never, never give up.

    I will give up mourning Michael Jackson and watch others do it! LOL

  123. tellitlikeitis says:

    Obama’s 47 Percent Approval Lowest of Any President at This Point
    By Bill Sammon
    – FOXNews.com

    President Obama’s job approval rating has fallen to 47 percent in the latest Gallup poll, the lowest ever recorded for any president at this point in his term.

    President Obama’s job approval rating has fallen to 47 percent in the latest Gallup poll, the lowest ever recorded for any president at this point in his term.

    Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford and even Richard Nixon all had higher approval ratings 10-and-a-half months into their presidencies. Obama’s immediate predecessor, President George W. Bush, had an approval rating of 86 percent, or 39 points higher than Obama at this stage.

    White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said he doesn’t “put a lot of stock” in the survey by Gallup, which has conducted presidential approval polls since 1938, longer than any other organization.

    “If I was a heart patient and Gallup was my EKG, I’d visit my doctor,” Gibbs said in response to questions from Fox. “I’m sure a six-year-old with a Crayon could do something not unlike that. I don’t put a lot of stake in, never have, in the EKG that is daily Gallup trend. I don’t pay a lot of attention to the meaninglessness of it.”

    The new low comes as Obama struggles to overhaul the nation’s health care system and escalates America’s involvement in the Afghanistan war. He is also presiding over a deep and prolonged recession, with unemployment at 10 percent.

    “There’s no doubt Obama’s 47 percent is mainly a result of the continuing bad economy,” said Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics. “But there is also a growing concern about government spending and debt, and a sense that Obama is trying to do too much, too soon.”

    He added: “President Obama has reason to be concerned about his ratings. Even in tough times, presidents have usually been able to stay above the critical 50 percent mark in the first year, when the public is most inclined to give the new incumbent the benefit of the doubt.”

    When Gallup began taking presidential approval polls 71 years ago, Franklin Roosevelt had been president for more than five years. During his remaining time in office, his job approval rating never fell below 48 percent.

    The next 11 presidents, both Democrats and Republicans, all had higher job approval ratings than Obama at this stage of their tenure. Their ratings were:

    — George W. Bush, 86 percent
    — Bill Clinton, 52 percent
    — George H.W. Bush, 71 percent
    — Ronald Reagan, 49 percent
    — Jimmy Carter, 57 percent
    — Gerald Ford, 52 percent
    — Richard Nixon, 59 percent
    — Lyndon Johnson, 74 percent
    — John Kennedy, 77 percent
    — Dwight Eisenhower, 69 percent
    — Harry Truman, 49 percent

    The poll is an average of a three-day tracking of 1,529 adults taken Dec. 4-6. It has a margin of error of 3 percentage points.


  124. rosehips says:

    Hey peeps!!!! HO HO HO…. SO SO SO Sorry I dropped off the flat earth. HAHAHA

    About that CO2, yeah we need it. We gotta keep that Blob at bay and how would we make our soda pops and beer and wine? WAHWAHWAH We’d have to all resort to the hard stuff. I guess not all will complain bout that. lol

    Wow, I really missed you ALL, and our playful debate. I have a lot of catching up to do I guess. I DO need to moderate though or else…..

    I have thought for many many years that we have too many people on the planet and with increased growth and our resistance to slow down our consumption and with other countries wanting to emulate American lifestyles we would eventually destroy the earth. Noone can convince me that the amount of fossil fuels burned each day isn’t harmful to the environment and although CO2 is essential to life, anything in excess can be toxic. I will not wait for any experts to dispel or support the obvious. Anyone with any investment in a theory will do whatever to show evidence of correctness, whether its correct or not. The one I’d believe is the one who tells me its already too late. I’m saving up for a ticket on one of them arks in 2012. ha ha

    Remember, we all need food and water to survive, but if you drink or eat too much you will die. It happened to a woman who entered a contest and drank so much water that her bladder burst and she died. What a way to go.

    SH said: About this co2 stuff, ask the plants – they are all saying “feed me”

  125. tellitlikeitis says:

    Woods’ mother-in-law in hospital with stomach pain

    OCOEE, Fla. (AP) – Emergency crews were summoned to Tiger Woods’ Orlando-area mansion for the second time in less than two weeks Tuesday, this time because his mother-in-law was having stomach pains.
    Barbro Holmberg was taken by ambulance to Health Central Hospital after someone called 911 about 2:35 a.m., hospital spokesman Dan Yates said. She was in stable condition later Tuesday and her condition was not serious, but Yates said he could not be more specific because of privacy laws.

    Holmberg, who arrived in the U.S. a few days ago, lives in Sweden and is the mother of Woods’ wife, Elin.

    Health Central is the same hospital where Woods was treated after he crashed his sport utility vehicle outside his home in the gated Isleworth community in Windermere last month.

    Yates said Holmberg was in a private room and the family has hired additional security to keep the media away. He said family members have visited, but he would not say which ones.

    “She’s in a wing that helps protect her privacy,” Yates said.

    Media attention has been focused on the world’s No. 1 golfer since he hit a hydrant and a tree around 2:25 a.m. on the Friday after Thanksgiving.

    The Florida Highway Patrol last week cited Woods for careless driving and fined him $164.

    The accident—and Woods’ refusal to answer questions about it—fueled speculation about a possible dispute between him and Elin.

    Just days before the crash, a National Enquirer story alleged Woods had been seeing a New York nightclub hostess, Rachel Uchitel, who has denied it. After the crash, Us Weekly reported that a Los Angeles cocktail waitress named Jaimee Grubbs claims she had a 31-month affair with Woods.

    Last week, Woods issued a statement saying he had let his family down with unspecified “transgressions” that he regrets with “all of my heart.” He did not elaborate.

    A police report on the crash released Monday showed that a Florida trooper who suspected Woods was driving under the influence sought a subpoena for the golfer’s blood results from the hospital he was taken to after the crash, but prosecutors rejected the petition for insufficient information.

    A witness, who wasn’t identified in the report, told trooper Joshua Evans that Woods had been drinking alcohol earlier. The same witness also said Woods had been prescribed two drugs, the sleep aid Ambien and the painkiller Vicodin.

    The report did not say who the witness was but added it was the same person who pulled Woods from the vehicle after the accident. Woods’ wife has told police that she used a golf club to smash the back windows of the Cadillac Escalade to help her husband out. His injuries were minor.

    The sister of a neighbor who called 911 after the crash told troopers that Holmberg and Woods’ mother were also at the scene, but the AP has not been able to confirm that.

    Eva Malmborg, a spokeswoman for Holmberg, said she was informed by a family member that Holmberg was admitted to a hospital in Florida due to stomach pains but was feeling well “considering the circumstances.”

    Malmborg said that as far as she knows, Holmberg doesn’t suffer from any disease.

    Holmberg’s deputy, Olov Rydberg, said in a statement that Holmberg is expected back at her job as Gavleborg county governor in central-east Sweden next week.


  126. rosehips says:

    Why didn’t the vid imbed??? oh well

    I went to see Michael Franti recently and he is infectious!!! This is his first Top 40 hit which he is very excited about.

    I dedicate this song to all my wingnut friends here on VF’s blog. Love you all!!!!

  127. tellitlikeitis says:

    The list keeps growing. lol

    At Least 9 Women Linked to Tiger Woods in Alleged Affairs
    Tiger Woods’s Image Tarnished as Host of Women Come Forward to Allege Dalliances

    A porn star and a pancake house waitress added their names to an ever-increasing list of women who have come forward or been called out for reportedly having affairs with golf superstar Tiger Woods, bringing the tally to at least nine.

    The women say the golfer’s wife should remain married for a big payday.

    More PhotosTabloids over the weekend named porn star Holly Sampson and pancake waitress Mindy Lawton as two of the names on Tiger’s steamy scorecard, raising the question of how Woods would have been able to keep so many affairs secret for so long.

    Sampson, 36, is a busty blonde and Los Angeles resident. The star of the films “OMG, Stop Tickling Me” and “Flying Solo 2” has not denied an extramarital affair with the golfer, whose squeaky clean reputation has been tarnished since a bizarre early morning car accident two weeks ago raised questions about the stability of his marriage and was followed by a slew of allegations about alleged affairs.

    Denver-based lawyer Andy Contigulgia, representing Sampson, has declined to comment and did not return calls from ABC News.com.


  128. tellitlikeitis says:

    Rose !!! Your Back!!! We have missed you! I hope everything is well in your life and you will stay in touch with all of us now. I believe I can speak for the group when I say. “We really missed you!” Welcome back!

  129. tellitlikeitis says:

    I will try to repost it for you.

  130. tellitlikeitis says:

    WASHINGTON, Dec 4 (Reuters) – The U.S. government racked up a gaping shortfall in the first two months of this fiscal year after posting a record budget deficit last year, congressional analysts said on Friday.


    In October and November, the government spent $292 billion more than it took in, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said.

    That was even worse than the same period last year, when the government was on its way to posting a record $1.4 trillion deficit for the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30.

    The federal budget has been battered by the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression of the 1930s, as tax revenues have plunged and spending on safety-net programs like unemployment insurance have skyrocketed.

    The budget deficit was $176.4 billion in October, according to Treasury Department records, and the CBO estimated the deficit for November will have come in at $115 billion.

    The CBO gave its figures in billions of dollars and said numbers may not add up to the totals because of rounding.

    Receipts totaled $132 billion in November, the CBO estimated, down 9 percent from the same month last year. That was partly due to new legislation that gives increased tax write-offs to corporations.

    Outlays were down $23 billion from a year earlier, the CBO estimated, as the government spent less on federal programs to stem the financial crisis. (Reporting by Andy Sullivan; Editing by John O’Callaghan) ((andy.sullivan@thomsonreuters.com; +1 202 898 8391; Reuters Messaging:

  131. tellitlikeitis says:

    Palin: ‘My heart goes out to Huckabee’
    Posted: December 8th, 2009 12:43 PM ET

    From CNN Political Producer Peter Hamby

    Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin spoke about Mike Huckabee’s clemency decision and a potential third party run in 2012.
    Washington (CNN) – Sarah Palin said in a recent radio appearance that Mike Huckabee made a “horrible decision” nine years ago to commute the prison sentence of the man suspected of killing four police officers in Washington, but she added that her “heart goes out” to the former Arkansas governor.

    In an interview last week with conservative radio host Lars Larson, Palin called the murders “tragic” and “unfathomable.”

    “It was a bad decision obviously, but my heart goes out to Huckabee,” the former Alaska governor said. “I love him, and I feel bad for him to be in this position. But I feel even worse for the victim’s families in this situation. I do feel bad for Huckabee, but it was a horrible decision he made.”

    Huckabee has said he regrets the decision to commute the sentence of the suspected shooter, Maurice Clemmons, but said he thinks he made the right assessment at the time. Palin said she had never pardoned or granted clemency to prisoners when she served in Juneau.

    “I don’t have a whole lot of mercy for the bad guys,” she said. “I’m on the good guys’ side.”

    Pressed on her political ambitions, the 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee would not rule out a third party run at the White House in 2012.

  132. rosehips says:

    thanks tellit! it nice to be back. Thanks for reposting the vid. I really like that guy. You can tell he is a liberal cant ya? hahaha

  133. samiam60 says:

    Sooooooooo good to see the Rosehips back among us. You will find we are a kinder gentler bunch these days. Yah right, bring it on girl we been a waitin for you. lol

  134. samiam60 says:

    This one is for you Rose and welcome back:

  135. tellitlikeitis says:

    Rose, I didn’t get a chance to watch it yet but I will. I don’t care if he’s a liberal just as long as he is not a liberal holding an elected office somewhere. lol Great to have you back!

  136. rosehips says:

    thanks sami and great to see you again too! I feel so welcome among friends. You’ll find me less challenging too perhaps or maybe not heehee. But I’ve changed my thinking a little partly due to my friends here. But my general feelings about the state of the world and politics in general remain grim. I never really bought into the whole hope thing. haha

    Thanks for the song sami. It is warming me up which i need since the temp has climbed to 12 degrees here! Oh boy.

    My first comment had the last scene from “The Blob” when the Youth of AMerica saved the day with CO2 fire extinguishers to freeze the blob and ship it to the Arctic where it will be destabilized until the ARctic warms up.

    I am making plans to go over to Sandpoint ID on Thurs to Sarah Palin’s booksigning there. It’s her hometown. The temps will be cold cold cold so I’d like to see if there are any diehards who are going to camp out and get some interviews. I doubt it. The signing isn’t until 6 pm so they will prolly start lining up when it warms up to 1o degrees.

    SH, I hear you got to talk to Sarah. What a coup for you! If I get the chance I am going to have to apologize for my disrespectful ireport and see if she remembers me. I’ll be lucky to get near her I imagine since I am not willing to stand in line for hours. We’ll see….

    As usual, I ramble on and on…

  137. Foxwood says:

    I’m sitting outside of my Tulla cellsite feeding my trees. They are looking pretty green. I wonder… does diesel put out more CO2 than regular gasoline?

    Hey Rose! How have you been. Sami beat me to the Welcome Back Kotter theme song.

  138. tellitlikeitis says:

  139. m2 says:

    Rosehips is back!!!! And in such good spirits! I love Michael Franti… 🙂 well I only know 1 song, “Being human”.

    Everyone was saying that you were around did
    you see that and decide to return? Why did you leave? Are you still in WA? Are both your boys out of the house now? Welcome back!

    Did you all see the new blow out in Copenhagan? It’s World Bank verses the U.N.- ppl couldn’t write crap better than this!!!

  140. m2 says:

    Tellit, I saw a movie called Ninja Assasin on Friday. It’s out in the theater right now- you would really like it.

  141. samiam60 says:

    Good to hear those wonderful words Rosehips.

    I think all of us expand our thinking and beliefs as time goes on. If we didn’t we would still be trying to invent fire.

    As I recall you owe me One Shepard Pie. Served in person. So if the boy friend is out of the way now perhaps I can collect?

    Sounds to me like the Global Warming has not yet reached your neck of the woods. It is cold here too. I would love to see Sarah Palin just once. I did see her Motorcade going the other way on the Freeway last summer. You know before the election that brought about all this Hope and Change we have been waiting for. She didn’t wave either. I don’t think she realized it was me.

    Just so ya know Rose, I am still hugging trees these days and I always, always tell them you said hello. It is the outdoor nature buff in me I think rather than save the world stuff. I do love nature.

    So let me know about the pie deal so I can have something to get excited about, lol.

  142. tellitlikeitis says:

    I dedicate this song to Rose from all of us.

  143. tellitlikeitis says:

    Thanks M2, I’ll check it out.

  144. tellitlikeitis says:

  145. samiam60 says:

    Them thar Libs can’t even throw a Tomato straight.

    10 foot off the mark. He could be suffering from Kool-Aid Blindness.

  146. tellitlikeitis says:

    Dec 8: 29th anniversary of John Lennon’s death

    December 8, 2009 marks 29 years since the death of John Lennon. Many of us still “wanna change the world” but unfortunately, we’ve yet to “give peace a chance.”

    Maybe this year, on the sad anniversary of John’s murder, we can begin taking steps to recall his message and the radical time period that helped create it. Today, when the word “revolution” is used to sell cars, it’s hard to imagine how, well, revolutionary such a song could be.

    “The whole culture had been radicalized,” says Tariq Ali, a leader of the 1960s student movement in Britain. “(Lennon) was engaged with the world, and the world was changing him.”

    A public candlelight tribute to John Lennon is planned for Dec. 8, 2009 in front of Lennon’s star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. John’s star is located in front of the iconic Capitol Records Building at 750 Vine Street in Hollywood.

    The annual memorial, from 6-8 PM, features music, guest speakers, an open mic and a Circle of Peace of Beatles fans before and after the ceremony.

    John Lennon was gunned down at age 40 by Mark David Chapman at the entrance of The Dakota in New York City, where Lennon and Yoko Ono lived. He would have been 69 on Oct. 9, 2009.


  147. Foxwood says:

    I thought about you too, Rose. I saw a fuzzy bunny in my yard and went over to give it a hug. DAMN THING BIT MY EAR!

    I had bunny gumbo yesterday.

  148. tellitlikeitis says:

    As soon as your born they make you feel small,
    By giving you no time instead of it all,
    Till the pain is so big you feel nothing at all,
    A working class hero is something to be,
    A working class hero is something to be.
    They hurt you at home and they hit you at school,
    They hate you if you’re clever and they despise a fool,
    Till you’re so fucking crazy you can’t follow their rules,
    A working class hero is something to be,
    A working class hero is something to be.
    When they’ve tortured and scared you for twenty odd years,
    Then they expect you to pick a career,
    When you can’t really function you’re so full of fear,
    A working class hero is something to be,
    A working class hero is something to be.
    Keep you doped with religion and sex and TV,
    And you think you’re so clever and classless and free,
    But you’re still fucking peasents as far as I can see,
    A working class hero is something to be,
    A working class hero is something to be.
    There’s room at the top they are telling you still,
    But first you must learn how to smile as you kill,
    If you want to be like the folks on the hill,
    A working class hero is something to be.
    A working class hero is something to be.
    If you want to be a hero well just follow me,
    If you want to be a hero well just follow me.

  149. tellitlikeitis says:

  150. Foxwood says:

    Bad Politic, Great singer. I had a 5th the day he died. I was already drinking, because John Bonham died either that day or the day before and I knew that was the end of Led Zeppelin. I just finished off the bottle.

  151. m2 says:

    What’s up tellit, fox, and sam (and RH if still around)..

    Did y’all see that video of someone throwing a shoe at the shoe thrower? Leno doctored it for a joke and transposed Bush’s face on the *new* shoe thrower…


    So who was gonna run the world bank? If the American President appoints it. This Guardian story is hilarious. I think they’re starting to eat their own.

    Who’d have thought the Russians and Saudi’s would be fighting alongside the freedom lovers/avg. citizens of GB and the US? LOL! LOL!!

  152. samiam60 says:

    M2 how are you and is the little blessing feeling better?

  153. samhenry says:

    Please let me in under this e-mail address so that my avatar will show! Thank you.

  154. m2 says:

    I have too much to do! But the kiddo is feeling a bit better today… There’s less coughing and sneezing, marginal nose running, still lots of congestion tho’. She’ll probably be better by Friday, I hope…

  155. tellitlikeitis says:

    Foxwood, The day John Lennon died I fired up my turntable and played John Lennon and Beatles music until 3 am. I might have polished off a fifth myself I was too drunk to remember. I knew that his death was the end of any possible Beatles reunion. I was so f’ing sad and angry.

  156. tellitlikeitis says:

    One less scumbag living in Ohio.

    Ohio executes inmate using single-drug methodDecember 8, 2009 1:56 p.m. EST

    (CNN) — An Ohio inmate, convicted of killing and dismembering a 22-year-old woman in 1991, was executed Tuesday using a new, untested one-drug method of lethal injection, state officials said.

    Kenneth Biros, 51, was pronounced dead at 11:47 a.m. at a prison in Lucasville, Ohio, the state attorney general’s office said in a written statement.

    His last words, according to Department of Rehabilitation and Correction spokeswoman Julie Walburn, were: “Sorry from the bottom of my heart. I want to thank all of my family and friends for my prayers and who supported and believed in me.

    “My father, now I’m being paroled to heaven,” Biros said, according to Walburn. “I will now spend all of my holidays with my lord and savior, Jesus Christ. Peace be with you all. Amen.”

    Biros’ execution is the first in Ohio since September, when the governor and federal courts halted capital punishment in the state after a botched attempt to execute another prisoner, Romell Broom. The prison staff could not find a suitable vein for the injections.

    The one-drug method had never been tried on a U.S. death row inmate. It relies on a single dose of sodium thiopental injected into a vein. A separate two-drug muscle injection was available as a backup, officials said. The one-drug method has been used to euthanize animals.

    The same drug, sodium thiopental, at a much lower dosage, is the first ingredient in the three-drug method previously used in Ohio, as well as in all but one of the other 34 states that allow the death penalty.

    Some capital punishment opponents claim the sodium thiopental, which renders the prisoner unconscious, can wear off too quickly, and that some prisoners would actually be awake and able to feel pain as the procedure continues.

    Biros’ execution was initially scheduled for 10 a.m., but preparations were delayed as officials waited for a ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court on Biros’ request for a stay, Walburn said.

    The high court without comment denied the request about 10 a.m., and “we were about an hour behind” in preparations, she said. The execution began around 11 a.m. Biros died about 10 minutes after the drugs began to flow, she said, but he was not officially pronounced dead until later.

    Biros, 51, was convicted of killing Tami Engstrom near the town of Warren. He met the woman at a bar and offered to drive her home, and later admitted robbing and attempting to rape her.

    Prosecutors said Biros dismembered Engstrom and spread her body parts around northeast Ohio and neighboring Pennsylvania. The crime was “particularly heinous, with 91 pre-mortem wounds,” according to the clemency report. Biros claimed he acted in a fit of drunken rage.

    He was involved in litigation challenging the three-drug method and received a stay of execution in 2007 because of his involvement in the suit, according to minutes of a November parole board meeting posted on the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections’ Web site.

    His attorney, Timothy Sweeney, had also objected to the one-drug method, saying it was unconstitutional. Sweeney wrote in an appeal that use of the one-drug method would amount to “human experimentation, pure and simple.”

    But the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last month denied Biros’ request for a stay, concluding that since Ohio had announced it would change its protocol and rely on the one-drug method, Biros’ argument regarding the three-drug method was moot.

    Biros’ last meal was served about 7:45 p.m. Monday — pizza with extra cheese, mushrooms, onions and green peppers, along with onion rings, deep-fried mushrooms, Doritos, french onion dip, blueberry ice cream, Dr Pepper and cherry pie, Walburn said.

    During its meeting last month, members of the state parole board heard a prerecorded statement from Engstrom’s mother, Mary Jane Heiss, according to the meeting minutes. Heiss said her health was not good but she was saving her strength to attend Biros’ execution.

    “Since her daughter’s death, she has endured nearly 20 years of constant pain and nightmares,” the minutes said. “She believes that the nightmares will end with the execution. It makes her sick that Biros tortured and brutally murdered her daughter.”

    The board voted 7-0 to deny Biros clemency.

    In attempting to execute Broom in September, authorities tried unsuccessfully for hours to find a vein to administer his lethal injection. Afterward, Gov. Ted Strickland announced he would delay the executions of two other men until March at the earliest. Broom’s execution has not been rescheduled.

    Ohio has put 32 people to death in the past decade.

  157. Foxwood says:

    Just me, but if thy’re going to use a single injection system, it wouldn’t hurt my feelings if they made it as painful and lingering as possible. I say make that single injection 55 gallon waterbottle enema!

  158. tellitlikeitis says:

    Yes, Foxwood we are much too humane with our executions. I hope the poor dead girls family finally gets some kind of closure from this.

  159. tellitlikeitis says:

    May you rest in peace.

  160. samhenry says:

    Where IS eveyone? Beck is over.

  161. Foxwood says:

    Why SamH! Are you triangulating? 🙂

  162. LisaInTX says:

    I just looked back over the comments and I see where you made a few to me….sorry I was in a real rant at that time and didn’t see them….

    Ronald Reagan was so very right!!
    God Bless him and May he rest in peace.

    Beck was awesome yesterday and today—-but dang, do I find all this info disheartening! I feel so helpless to stop any of it and I just get madder by the day!!

  163. LisaInTX says:

    OMG!! I missed Rosie!!!! HI ROSEHIPS!!!! So glad you are okay!! Welcome back. :-]

    LOVE your ‘jiggle”–LMAO!! hahahha

    Well, the weather outside is frightful, but the hookers are so delightful, once I get done spreading fear I’m gonna buy a ho, buy a ho, buy a ho….

  164. LisaInTX says:

    Hi ya Foxwood!! How is that Ho Mary doing down your way? I bet our Ho Sheila “Can Ya hear me Now” Jackson will gain a few bucks herself—-she gotta go!!

  165. LisaInTX says:

    Iran officials: We shall show NO MERCY to protesters!

  166. LisaInTX says:

    Homosexuals could possibly be killed, just for being Homosexuals!!!!
    (The world wide slaughter of the former Nazi agenda begins in Uganda…?)

  167. Foxwood says:

    New joke on the mens room wall!

  168. Foxwood says:

    How are you today, Lisa? I have to put my vast array of disgusting jokes on the mens room wall.

  169. Foxwood says:

    Yeah, like Beck said, it looks like Healthcare will pass no matter what WE THE PEOPLE say or do. It’s just about time to take up pitchforks and torches.

  170. LisaInTX says:

    Cash for Caulkers now???
    WTF is WRONG with this IDIOT of a CIC???
    We remodeled our house a couple of years ago, and I SURE don’t WANT nor EXPECT a “Government Rebate” using my fellow American’s TAX DOLLARS!!!!@!!! NOR do I feel I should pay for theirs!!!! This gets F—ing crazier by the F—ing Day!!


  171. samhenry says:

    Hi Lisa -I figured you probably missed me. I do what you did a lot because of my ADD.

    I’m watching the memorial service for the 4 policemen killed in Washington State. That was terrorism. It was a nut who had been in prison but he had been primed. This will be the future. The kids of one of the men were so spectacular in describing their Dad that everyone stood and clapped. To see 4 flag-draped coffins – hard to do. One was a woman.

    I wish my avatar would show up!

  172. LisaInTX says:

    I’m glad you are enjoying the Man Cave”…hahahaha

    I have no pitchfork–oldest used it an didn’t bring it back—wonder if I used my shovel how that would pan out? —lol

  173. LisaInTX says:

    RIO DE JANEIRO – Police in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo have killed more than 11,000 people in the past six years, many execution-style, according to a report released Tuesday by Human Rights Watch.

    Few of the officers have been charged in the extrajudicial killings, which are often labeled in police reports as the deaths of suspects who resisted arrest, the report said.

    The 122-page declaration echoes a 2008 United Nations’ finding that police throughout Brazil were responsible for a “significant portion” of 48,000 slayings the year before.

    “Extrajudicial killing of criminal suspects is not the answer to violent crime,” said Jose Miguel Vivanco, Americas director at Human Rights Watch. “The residents of Rio and Sao Paulo need more effective policing, not more violence from the police.”

  174. LisaInTX says:

    Okay—hubby home, gotta run

  175. samhenry says:

    Lisa – so many times the “criminals” killed are children of the streets.

  176. ohiobelle says:


  177. ohiobelle says:

    SamH, ahh what the hell is your avatar supposed to be??? haha

  178. m2 says:

    I like that avatar- it’s like a little pyramid with googly eyes or something… Haha…

  179. samhenry says:

    I don’t know anything about that avatar, Belle. It is automatically generated when you screw with your profile settings which I did. I was going to get away from a g-mail e-mail address but it really works well across many platforms in which you want to comment. Yahoo is good for e-mail. I think I will stick with g-mail for on-line stuff and then do e-mail with my isp for personal stuff. When I get it set up, I will send all of y ou info on it.

  180. samhenry says:

    Hi m2 – how are you? I read where the babe is sick. Will you be on the hand-held computer forever?

  181. ohiobelle says:

    SamH wrote: I don’t know anything about that avatar, Belle. It is automatically generated when you screw with your profile settings which I did.


    Hello M2!

    I am in and out right now because I am watching one of my favorite shows on television… The Biggest Loser. I think tonight is the finale.

  182. Foxwood says:

    I’m watching Dooncan McCloud, The Highlander.

  183. m2 says:

    OMG! I lost my entire comment I typed out!!!!

    It’s been a prob of location. A laptop was great. The only place for a big desktop is the basement which is cold dark, depressing and not child proof!!

    Google has their own DNS now!

  184. m2 says:

    The biggest loser is always water cooler chit chat- I’m starting to think that I should check it out.

    I want to see what O’Reilly says about Amanda Knox…

  185. LisaInTX says:

    Check this out!!

    “….President Obama is also on record as favoring Supreme Court intervention to “spread the wealth”:

    But, the Supreme Court never ventured into the issues of redistribution of wealth, and of more basic issues such as political and economic justice in society. To that extent, as radical as I think people try to characterize the Warren Court, it wasn’t that radical. It didn’t break free from the essential constraints that were placed by the Founding Fathers in the Constitution, at least as it’s been interpreted. …

    There are several things wrong with this statement, but the most chilling expression of President Obama’s anti-American philosophy lies in his willingness to “break free from the essential constraints that were placed by the Founding Fathers in the Constitution. …” Somehow, President Obama thinks he is exempt from the oath of office he took to “protect and defend the Constitution.” Within such a paradigm, anything is permissible, including the complete destruction of American economic strength as part of an abstract notion of redistributive justice.

    President Obama’s proposed cap-and-trade bill would reduce U.S. GDP by $9 trillion at a time of severe unemployment. Where is the indignation? Where are the calls for his impeachment?

    The U.N. Climate Change Conference wants to go as far as orchestrating a “planned recession” in order to begin the process. Cass Sunstein agrees.

    But who needs these people when the President of the United States is willing to destroy the American dream by his own hand? President Obama has pledged to sign the Copenhagen Treaty, the biggest transfer of American wealth and sovereignty in U.S. history.

    Few have bothered to read the agreement, which like so many other damaging agreements is excessively verbose. It calls for climate reparations to third-world countries — what the treaty calls “adaptation debt.” This isn’t optional. Clause 33 on page 39 of the agreement says that “by 2020 the scale of financial flows to support adaptation in developing countries must be [at least $67 billion] or [in the range of $70 billion to $140 billion per year].” And unlike previous climate agreements, Copenhagen empowers a new U.N. council to compel rich nations to comply with this theft of resources. The treaty states:

    The scheme for the new institutional arrangement under the Convention will be based on three basic pillars: government; facilitative mechanism; and financial mechanism, and the basic organization of which will include the following:

    (a) The government will be ruled by the COP with the support of a new subsidiary body on adaptation, and of an Executive Board responsible for the management of the new funds and the related facilitative processes and bodies. The current Convention secretariat will operate as such, as appropriate. [Emphasis added.]

    World government will be a reality if this agreement is ratified. Notice also the use of the words “financial mechanism.” The Copenhagen agreement, for the first time in the history of international legal precedent, proposes giving the U.N. authority to levy a global tax on rich nations to pay for “adaptation debt.” Page 135 of the agreement provides for “[a global] levy of 2 per cent on international financial market [monetary] transactions to Annex I Parties.” Annex I countries are the rich ones.

    What is astonishing about this “climate” treaty is that so little of it actually addresses climate. Emissions pledges remain mere pledges. The real focus of the treaty is the transfer of wealth. The words “climate debt” are used throughout the agreement, giving pseudo-credibility to the premise of wealth redistribution. But just what is “climate debt”? The essence of the concept is that rich countries raped the earth by emitting carbon and simultaneously deprived poor countries of economic opportunity. It would be funny if it weren’t actually the position of the Copenhagen Conference.

    When all is said and done, what happens if we succeed in destroying American wealth and creating a world government to coerce the shift? Wouldn’t world peace be a good thing? But the peace of submission is not a peace worth having, and the perceived economic benefits will be brief, owing to global economic dependence on American consumers.

    Once America is gone, it will be gone forever. Nations will benefit most from the continuing existence of a strong America. Killing the golden goose will not bring balance to the universe. Plundering American wealth will provide only a temporary shot in the arm for poor nations — and then the drug will wear off, ushering in a new dark age on a global scale.

    Right now, President Obama is the most powerful person in the most powerful country on earth. Obama may not have noticed, but we already have world government, and America is king.

    Just like with the man who sells his soul for power, the Devil never delivers as promised. He’s the Devil. And paradoxically, for the world to destroy America, it needs America’s wealth and resources.

    Whatever President Obama has been promised will evaporate the moment America loses the privilege of the last word. President Obama will be committing treason by signing this treaty, and he must be held accountable. The American Revolution was fought over this very issue: taxation without representation

  186. m2 says:

    Obama is an embarrassing failure.

    Today they report that Bush has cut Greenhouse gasses 12% in America. Obama’s Crap and Tax bill calls for 14%. Hell- we’re almost there, thanks Bush!

    Obama just wants this nation to suffer… Then he’ll leave for a position with other globalist egghead boobs where he and Michelle can populate all the magazine covers in Europe with their pseudo-successes.(ie,. fashion, golfing, parties, Oprah!, and late night circuits)..


  187. rosehips says:

    belle, luv it when you type in caps teehee

    thank you everyone. you don’t know how much it means to me that I am still remembered with fondness and still accepted despite my transgressions and predispositions. hahaha

    So Tiger Woods is no different fum the rest of em eh? lol
    Great to see you all: tellit, SamHenry, samiam, m2, foxy, Lisa, belle, vf, wg and that kinky guy lol. Did I forget anyone? I”m sure I did and I apologize up and down cuz I don’t want to leave ne one out. I have a special place in my heart for each of you. Thanks for making me feel at home.


  188. ohiobelle says:


    I will check back after Danny wins the Biggest Loser.

  189. ohiobelle says:

    Rose, Welcome back chick! It’s great to hear from you again.

  190. rosehips says:

    m2, don’t forget the fabulous Barrack Hussein Obama library which I predict might just be erected somewhere in Obama’s birthplace….a first in many ways hahahaha!!!!!

    m2 said: Obama just wants this nation to suffer… Then he’ll leave for a position with other globalist egghead boobs where he and Michelle can populate all the magazine covers in Europe with their pseudo-successes.(ie,. fashion, golfing, parties, Oprah!, and late night circuits)..


  191. rosehips says:

    belle, ya know how much i missed you, dontcha?????

  192. samhenry says:

    Hello Rose – so very good to see you and to know you are happy and well.

  193. samhenry says:

    It never was right without you. An important link was missing. No one here was 100%. That’s the way it is when a friend is missing.

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  195. rosehips says:

    oh yeah and arlenearmy and give me more thyme….i’ll think of the rest of ye wingnuts and scoundrels lol

  196. samhenry says:

    FOX is busy tonight. Tomorrow when I’m fresh, I will head on over to his place and read his wonderful stuff. I like it best when he is writing on his blog rather than on the men’s room wall. lol

  197. rosehips says:

    samhenry, thanks and great to see YOU!!!

  198. LisaInTX says:

    Media attempting to paint Palin as a racist!!—I wish them luck proving that bull$hit—the airheads from hell!

  199. samhenry says:

    Now there is another leak – this time at Copenhagen. An agreement among the rich nations that generally kicked the smaller nations under the bus.

    If I were President Obama, I would stay away from Copenhagen. He never does well there – or anywhere lately.

  200. samhenry says:

    Lisa that Newsmax is just a terrible thing. I don’t know what rock they came up from under but I get spam e-mails from them and everything just because I visited their site on a news story.

  201. LisaInTX says:

    Hey Rosie!!! How’s the tree hugging business in WA these days? ;-}
    I’m collecting my pine cones—might need to use them for cereal after the NWO is fully established!

  202. LisaInTX says:

    The mainstream media are stepping up their less-than-subtle charges of racism against 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin.

    Reviewing Sarah Palin’s smash bestseller, “Going Rogue” in the latest New Yorker magazine, New York Times Book Review editor Sam Tanenhaus suggests the former Alaska governor may have a dark side of ethnic bigotry.

    Tanenhaus cites the new book, “Sarah From Alaska,” co-authored by Scott Conroy, who covered Palin’s campaign last year for CBS News, and Shushannah Walshe, who covered it for Fox News. “Palin’s father, Chuck Heath,” Tanenhaus writes, told Conroy and Walshe that Palin left college in Hawaii after only a single semester because “the presence of so many Asians and Pacific Islanders made her uncomfortable.”

  203. LisaInTX says:

    Tanenhaus adds, “It’s the reason that her bus tour is passing through the small cities and towns (Fort Wayne, Indiana; Washington, Pennsylvania) where the 2008 election might have been won … She is avoiding major cities in the Northeast and on the West Coast, a pointed assertion of her contempt for metropolitan élites.”

    Even her marrying a high school sweetheart with Eskimo blood doesn’t let her off the racialist hook, according to Tanenhaus. Palin is “circumspect on the issue of ethnicity,” in “Going Rogue,” according to Tanenhaus, “pointing out that [husband] Todd, whom she met in high school, is ‘part Yupik Eskimo’ and opened her to the ‘social diversity’ of Alaska.”

    Other liberal media have accused Palin of veiled racism. In a clip posted on Newsmax.TV last month, MSNBC “Hardball” host Chris Matthews commented of a Palin book tour stop in Michigan, “Well, they look like a white crowd to me … not that there’s anything wrong with it, but it is pretty monochromatic up there.” Matthews added that he thought there was a “tribal aspect to this thing, in other words white versus other people.” And he attacked Palin’s assertion in an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity that Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan should have been “profiled.”

    Reacting to Tanenhaus’ article, the New Republic under the headline, “Palin Question of the Day,” last week complained, “Why – and readers should weigh in – has this gotten absolutely no media attention?” The Huffington Post was asking on Sunday, “Did Sarah Palin leave Hawaii because there were too many Asians?”

    A posting on the leftist Daily Kos Web site says, “what this really shows is Palin’s deep-seated provincialism that has been on display ever since the campaign. And it’s that very provincialism – knowing where the ‘real’ America is – that appeals to her devoted Know Nothing followers.”

    If Tanenhaus’ ability to leap to the conclusion that Palin is “uncomfortable” around non-whites seems curious, so does the schizophrenia of some of his recent political analysis.

    In his New Republic article early this year declaring conservatism dead, which he expanded into a book, “The Death of Conservatism,” he described Barack Obama as “a president who seems more thoroughly steeped in the principles of Burkean conservatism than any significant thinker or political figure on the right,” referring to British parliamentarian Edmund Burke.

    Now, some months later, in his review of Palin’s “Going Rogue,” Tanenhaus, apparently whistling a new tune, says Obama “means to usher in the third phase of liberal reform that began with the New Deal and continued with the New Frontier-Great Society initiatives.”

  204. Foxwood says:

    “Now there is another leak”

    Damn! I swear I put a knot in that thing!

  205. ohiobelle says:

    Rose wrote: m2, don’t forget the fabulous Barrack Hussein Obama library which I predict might just be erected somewhere in Obama’s birthplace….a first in many ways hahahaha!!!!!

    Are we actually building Obama a library in Kenya?? Maybe we’ll fund that with TARP.

    I’ve missed you too. I hope all is well for you and your family.

    I love vf’s kitty picture with the Santa hat but I can’t help but notice a face is staring back at me. Seriously, check out the right side of the kittens face. Do you see eyes and a nose staring back at you??

  206. rosehips says:

    hey lisa!!! so wonderful to see you gurl!!! Tree hugging is getting hard here as everywhere lol but I will keep the candles burning as long as I can…better go out and hug one now cuz they r there and in this cold they might jus appreciate it…lol. you know i love u write?

  207. ohiobelle says:

    I think it is Obama spying on us… lol

  208. Foxwood says:

    Hey Rose, Nice hearing from you. Hope all is well.

    Did I tell you about my bunny gumbo? It’s good with some hot sauce.

  209. Foxwood says:

    Got my story out. Time for me to hit the sack. Tomorrow I’ll twit out the word and try to get some p!ssed off Socialist to rag on.

  210. LisaInTX says:

    This was just AWESOME!!!! :-}

    Foxwood says from his new post!!
    “The Constitution give us all the equal chance to succeed; not equality. If we fail, we must take responsibility, learn from our mistakes, and pull ourselves up and try again.

    The key fundamental bedrock of free market Capitalism is the “The Right of Property”. A necessary part of Capitalism is the enforcement of contracts. Someone has to make sure that the law isn’t being broken and that what is promised is actually delivered. That’s where the government does their job, IN A LIMITED WAY.

    There is only one country in the world where a person can come up from below the poverty line and go on to make 6 digits annually. Can that happen in Cuba? Russia? Maybe Venezuela?

    Capitalism does NOT fix the corruption of man. People will abuse, no matter the system. Communist China, Communist Russia, and the leftist Socialist dictators in South America are prime examples. Power corrupts, and Capitalism is not immune. Capitalism is STILL the best system out there.

    Do you really think that in the perfect Socialist state all people will have access to the same political pull? No. People will be less free to affect their own destiny.”

  211. rosehips says:

    hey foxy! bunny gumbo? yum. I have a can of emergency wabbit in my cubbard as well….been waiting for a chance to pop it open.

  212. ohiobelle says:

    Okay does anybody see the eyes and the nose staring back at you?? Check out the right side of the kittens face.

  213. rosehips says:

    well, yeah lisa, but maybe not legally…

    lisa said: There is only one country in the world where a person can come up from below the poverty line and go on to make 6 digits annually. Can that happen in Cuba? Russia? Maybe Venezuela?

  214. rosehips says:

    lol belle, you mean vf’s kitty w/the santa hat???

  215. rosehips says:

    foxy when I try ur link, I get an error message…

  216. LisaInTX says:

    You talking about that little tiny smiley face? It is on ALL the posts!! I saw that awhile back and it freaked me out, til I noticed it was on all the posts….
    Not sure WHAT it is, but I bet it is some form of tracking??

  217. LisaInTX says:

    Hey Rosie–glad you still have your hugging trees.—heeee
    Those three long comments came from the “racist” attack on Palin…I didn’t write them…sorry should have clarified that when I pasted them.

  218. ohiobelle says:

    Rose wrote: lol belle, you mean vf’s kitty w/the santa hat???


    I would love to stick around but we are in the middle of a very nasty wind storm moving in. The winds are supposed to kick up to 60 miles per hour. We just decided to move in some of the Christmas decorations before they blow away. I will be back tomorrow morning.


  219. LisaInTX says:

    Try this Belle—for some reason the whole link didn’t copy??

  220. ohiobelle says:

    Lisa wrote: Belle
    You talking about that little tiny smiley face? It is on ALL the posts!! I saw that awhile back and it freaked me out, til I noticed it was on all the posts….
    Not sure WHAT it is, but I bet it is some form of tracking??

    You’ve noticed that face on other post??? Really?

  221. LisaInTX says:

    Night Foxwood and Belle

  222. LisaInTX says:

    Yes, it is always on the posts, but usually in different locations…It’s like a cat and mouse game for me…???

  223. LisaInTX says:

    When you click on it, it gives the name of the blog and post info….calls the ‘face’ a “GIF” file

  224. ohiobelle says:

    Fox, Great post!

    Lisa, I look at that kitty picture everytime I am waiting after a comment. I just noticed that face tonight. I would’ve noticed it before.


    I will chat with you in the morning.

  225. LisaInTX says:

    Well I gotta hit the hay folks—Rosie Good to see ya honey! So glad you are okay—we all were very worried about you!

  226. ohiobelle says:

    Lisa, It calls the face a “GIF” file? Is that normal? I still think it’s Obama watching over us… haha

  227. LisaInTX says:

    Night Belle—lol
    Yep—it creeped me out too….very strange to say the least.

  228. LisaInTX says:

    Check your pw…..

  229. rosehips says:

    thanks my friends, good to see you all!!!

  230. arlenearmy says:

    And Obama will continue to lie because he thinks that we can’t do anything about it.

    2010 cant come soon enough for me.

  231. arlenearmy says:

    hey … that kitty w/the Santa hat sure is a cutie.

  232. arlenearmy says:

    darn… page 363, reveals that mccain charged palin for vetters. folks, that book is a MUST read. Almost finished.

  233. arlenearmy says:

    What happened at the Tennessee grand jury on Obama treason case?

    They were suppose to give a ruling on Dec. 7th – yesterday.

  234. LisaInTX says:

    I don’t know—I searched the web and could NOT find one thing on it?

  235. arlenearmy says:

    I left a comment on your blog regarding the obama treason case. but the comment got zapped out.

    Apparently, the grand jury did not grant Fitzpatrick’s wish.


  236. samhenry says:


    [Above is location of text below.]

    Fitzpatrick – Monroe County TN December 8, 2009
    Posted by Exploring the Natural Born Citizen Clause in Uncategorized.

    From our Friends of Politijab

    I called the TN District Attorney this AM and the nice lady (receptionist/secretary) who answered the phone stated that “the TN Grand Jury is not going forward with any of Fitzpatrick’s “criminal complaints.”

    That appears to be the end of this.

  237. samhenry says:

    Orly needs to get a venue that will work but where?

  238. arlenearmy says:

    Orly is in the appropriate venue. I think its a matter of “timing”. There’s gotta be a tiny crawl space between the “birther” issue & 2012 campaign season.

    The birth certificate/eligibility matter will get re-ignited when it gets closer to 2012. This is one of main reason why I don’t think Obama will run for election. He would not be able to withstand that sort of background scrutiny & attack at future debates which will be non-stop viral & vicious.

  239. samhenry says:

    Arlene – what I meant by right venue was that Orly needs to find the right court – the right place to go after him.

  240. samhenry says:

    Doesn’t Orly have something coming up in California right after the first of the year?

  241. samhenry says:

    From a wonderful award-winning site run by an attorney from Israel, israelmatzav:

    Guess who’s boycotting Switzerland

    This is rich. The Kingdom of Darkness, which confiscates bibles, crucifixes and Stars of David from tourists, is boycotting Switzerland over its ban on new minarets.

    A number of religious figures in Saudi Arabia called to boycott Switzerland and withdraw all Muslim deposits from bank accounts in the country in protest against the Swiss referendum that banned building new minarets.

    The UAE-based newspaper al-Bayan reported that religious moderator Khaled al-Shamrani called for afar-reaching boycott on all good and products originating in Switzerland. He also called upon Muslims to avoid traveling to the country. Religious figure Ahmed al-Hassan called wealthy Muslims to withdraw their deposits from Swiss banks.

    Phyllis Chesler points out that Arab Muslim countries don’t allow churches or synagogues to be built at all (and in most cases do not allow Jews to become citizens), which make the Saudis hypocritical to put it mildly. She says that it’s time to demand reciprocity.

    The Islamic world does not allow new synagogues or churches to be built. Either at all — or without great difficulty. (Yes, certain Muslim countries may now “restore” synagogues as museums. There are no or very few Jews left and the synagogues are not fully functioning places of worship.) Further: Muslim fundamentalists currently persecute, torture, and murder those Christians who dare remain in the Middle East, and they kidnap, forcibly convert, and “marry” their very young daughters.

    It is time to demand — or at least to expect — reciprocity. Otherwise, we are really being racist in having one (higher) standard for Westerners and another (much lower) standard for the barbarians.

    Granted: The West is not as barbaric and intolerant as the Islamic world; we do not willingly wish to become intolerant. Yet, tolerating the intolerant is unwise, or as the Jewish sages tell us: Being kind to the cruel results in cruelty to the kind.

    Thus, if there can be no churches or synagogues built in Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan, etc. — then why should the Swiss or the Europeans allow new, blockbuster size mosques, and sound-splitting loudspeakers emanating from minarets?

    Why indeed?

    By the way, Saudi Arabia is not the only Muslim country that confiscates religious artifacts from tourists: So does ‘secular’ Jordan.

  242. samhenry says:

    I first saw this movie when I was about the age of the young boy here. I had such a crush on him. I loved the music.

  243. samhenry says:

    From AmericanPower blog:

    Tuesday, December 8, 2009
    A Battle Within? Emerging Divisions in the Tea Party Movement
    I posted two big entries from last Friday’s anti-PelosiCare protest in Irvine: “‘Patriots Against Pelosi’ — Hundreds Protest House Speaker at Orange County Tea Party!”, and “Tea Party America’s Christmas Wish List: ‘Kiss My Astroturf’ – STOP Health-Care Take-Over, and More!!”

    This tea party was one of the best I’ve attended all year. What struck me as key was the continued enthusiasm among activists. I’ve been attending events since the Tax Day Tea Party on April 15th, and the atmosphere at this rally was even more friendly, inclusive, and focused than before. I think folks feel they’ve made a difference already. They can feel it in their bones that grassroots resistance is genuinely working to bring down the socialist regime in Washington. I was also impressed with the powerful sense of spontaneity to the event. There were a number of “protests within the protest” so to speak. It was both a tea party and a protest rally against the Planned Parenthood abortion ayatollahs, the SEIU thugs, and the open borders extremists (who were badly outnumbered).

    In short, it was good fun all around. And of course I never had any thought — after making my way home to write up my reports — that the American tea party movement was in disarray, or that emerging splits in the coalition would be threatening the movement.

    But two developments have made me think about it: One is the exchange I’ve been having with Roger Ogden, the Meetup Organizer of the San Diego Tea Party. The second is the piece that came out yesterday at CNN, “Tea Party Movement Threatened by Internal Rifts.”

    As for Roger Ogden, he was sporting some extremely unusual tea party signs. I took a photo of the one I really liked, but his numerous signs comparing President Obama to the Nazis left something to be desired, IMHO. In fact, Roger seemed out of place. As I wrote last weekend:

    My bet is this guy’s a LaRouchie (the other side of his sign was an Obama-Nazi poster, not my favorite). He didn’t seem to be with the grassroots folks I’ve been highlighting, and there were more extreme-o types on the south side of Douglas street, including some 9/11 truthers. I didn’t take any more photos of them …

    Actually, I did take one more shot, but I didn’t post it at the time:

  244. samhenry says:

    Before I go back to Ze bed, I must strike up the band. They haven’t been struck in some time. They need discipline.

  245. Foxwood says:

    It’s a good day to be a subject of the Dictatorship!

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

  246. Foxwood says:

    We are still under a National Emergency. What does our fearless Dictator have in mind for the American people?

  247. VotingFemale says:

    Hi Rose! Welcome back hippy girl!

    Folks, myself included have been missing ya big time!

    Sorry I as missing in action yesterday… crazy day for me outside the blog… thus I MIA..

    rosehips says

    Hey peeps!!!! HO HO HO…. SO SO SO Sorry I dropped off the flat earth. HAHAHA

    About that CO2, yeah we need it. We gotta keep that Blob at bay and how would we make our soda pops and beer and wine? WAHWAHWAH We’d have to all resort to the hard stuff. I guess not all will complain bout that. lol

    Wow, I really missed you ALL, and our playful debate. I have a lot of catching up to do I guess. I DO need to moderate though or else…..

    I have thought for many many years that we have too many people on the planet and with increased growth and our resistance to slow down our consumption and with other countries wanting to emulate American lifestyles we would eventually destroy the earth. Noone can convince me that the amount of fossil fuels burned each day isn’t harmful to the environment and although CO2 is essential to life, anything in excess can be toxic. I will not wait for any experts to dispel or support the obvious. Anyone with any investment in a theory will do whatever to show evidence of correctness, whether its correct or not. The one I’d believe is the one who tells me its already too late. I’m saving up for a ticket on one of them arks in 2012. ha ha

    Remember, we all need food and water to survive, but if you drink or eat too much you will die. It happened to a woman who entered a contest and drank so much water that her bladder burst and she died. What a way to go.

    SH said: About this co2 stuff, ask the plants – they are all saying “feed me”

  248. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood! SamHenry! and belatedly to Arlene!

  249. VotingFemale says:


    To use your logic that too much of anything is bad… I agree.

    That is why I say too much Restrictions on CO2 is a bad thing that will kill the US economy, which in turn kills the ability to prevent enemies of free nations from a world take over…

    It is a common practice of the Socialists to subvert a feel good topic like ‘save the planet’ and use it as a vehicle to further their Ideology for domination of the world at the worlds expense.

    Animal cruelty is a bad thang, right? We all agree… to use ‘stop animal cruelty’ to force a nation into vegetarianism under penalty of law who be an example of subversion of a feel good agenda to promote an Ideological domination of a nation at the expense of the nation.

    Why doesn’t the Congress pass a law to raise the FED Fuel Tax on gasoline to $1000 a gallon?

  250. Foxwood says:

    Good morning VF!

    I’m going out to start my diesel work truck, so it will warm up and give my trees an extra boost of CO2. It needs to run for about 2 hours before it’s ready to go.

  251. VotingFemale says:


    WordPress, itself, puts that tiny smiley face icon up on people’s blogs.

    Here is their explanation…


  252. VotingFemale says:


    next thang you know… carbonated soft drinks will be declared illegal… lethal CO2, ya know!


    I sure have missed Rose!!! WB DEAR!!!

  253. Foxwood says:

    I just want to know, was Oxygen a pollutant before there were plants on earth? There was a time on earth history were their was no CO2.

    If we all run our SUVs, with all of the blue fumes coming out of the tail pipe, and somehow, it kills all of human kind, wouldn’t the Socialists be happy about that?

    The earth would start all over AGAIN, and a new species of animal that can survive will emerge, as they have ALWAYS done, and become the top of the food chain. I thought all those Socialist believed in Darwinism.


  254. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my Fellow Patriots and Constitution Loving Freedom Fighters of the Birther brand. It is going to be a good day for all of us and We The People are making a difference.

    Let Freedom Ring!

  255. samiam60 says:

    Darwin is dead but not before his theory was shot full of holes and today is found to be way way off the mark. Sadly his teaching in our schools has done more to break down the Moral Fiber of America than any other teaching ever presented to school children.

  256. Foxwood says:

    Ah! I feel clean! I love just getting out of the shower!

  257. Foxwood says:

    Now I can get dirty again. New stuff on the men’s room wall Sami!

  258. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Everyone! I am glad rose came back. It’s just like old times now.

  259. VotingFemale says:

    you boyz are not putting nudies on the walls in that Men’s room are you??? lol

    Foxwood /says

    Now I can get dirty again. New stuff on the men’s room wall Sami!

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