Socialist Snuggie Buddies

No words can communicate what this picture says…


Socialist Snuggie Buddies

The socialists are too drunk on their congressional majority and occupation of the White House to stop committing political suicide and the more they eat, drink, and spend the country into a mountain of debt and saddle the country with socialist legislation… the deeper and longer lasting that political suicide will be…

The ever gowing American Majority is ENRAGED… and their political vengeance at the voting booth will not be enjoyed by the socialists nor will it be quick to dissipate.


Obama fiddles as Socialism and his Poll Numbers Burn

OBama Fiddles as Socialism Burns


Additional reading…

Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion:Yowza Rasmussen, Yowza
HOTAiR:Rasmussen: Obama “passion index” hits new low
Heritage Foundation: Education Pork: Congress Funding Classrooms (and Apartment Complexes) to Nowhere
Gateway Pundit: Tony Blair Sticks to His Guns – Even Without WMD Evidence Invading Iraq Was the Right Thing to Do
Sister Toldjah: Weekend Open Thread
American Power: ‘Modern Conservatism and the Need for Definition’
Bob McCarthy Writes: For Goodness Sake, It’s NOT a Holiday Tree! (Video)
Nice Deb: Kevin Jennings Still “Safe School Czar” – WHY?
Frugal Café: Jiminy Christmas! Obama’s Approval At Minus 19… Another New Record Low
Talk Wisdom: Palin vs. Shatner on Tonight Show
Michelle Malkin: Torch-wielding leftists at UC Berkeley attack chancellor’s home
Boudica WPI:
Bachmann: A Conservative Call to Action – Paul Revere’s Riders
SamHenry’s Blog:
About Misspeaking – Making War on Sarah’s Words and Barney Frank – Master of the Universe – and Finance
Dancing Czars:
What Are President Obama’s Actual Objectives? Was Hugo Chaves The First Czar?

Political Lipskip: Federal Pay Outrage Number of federal workers getting 6-figure salaries explodes during recession; trend boosts average federal worker salary to $71,206
Gateway Pundit: Obama Tells GOP to Stop Scare Tactics As Dems Agree to Blow Billions More on Another Failed Jobs Creation Plan and Obama Unemployment Rate Remains in Double Digits — 10.0% and Dem’s NEW Jobs Plan will Only Cost America $300 Billion and House Republicans Ask Team Obama to Quit Repeating ‘Saved or Created’ Nonsense
GayPatriot: If Obama is really concerned about cutting the deficit, he should take lessons from a certain former Governor and Hey, Ma’am, what about the jobs in California?
MotorCityTimes: Obama ‘Plans To Spend’ Our Way Out Of Recession
Greg Gutfeld, Big Hollywood: Daily Gut: The Real Santa
The New Ledger, Big Government: Unpacking the Job Numbers, Roadblocks for Bernanke, and the Future of Mainstream Media
Ace of Spades HQ: Polls:’s Aggregated Average Puts Obama Underwater: Carville’s Democracy Corps Says Conservatives Make Big Gains
Hot Air: Examiner analysis: More than 10% of stimulus jobs are phony and Porkulus job numbers “wildly exaggerated”: Boston Globe?
Rep. Joe Wilson (R-SC), Big Government: Mr. President, Where Are the Jobs?
Frugal Café Blog Zone: Cold Christmas: Jobless Americans Increase, Times Tough… Unless You Work for Federal Government and Eye-Rolling Time… Obama Now Claims He “Created or Saved One Million Jobs” (video) and Illegal Immigration from Mexico Slowing, Has Dramatically Dropped Because of America’s Plunging Economy and Please Send in Clowns to Replace Obama Morons: Pay Increases Were Counted as Recovery Program’s “Jobs Saved”
The New Ledger, Big Government: Economy in the Lurch: Negative Interest Rates, the Fed Audit, and Geithner in the Dock and Do the Democrats Have Any Solutions on Jobs? Anything at All?
Steven Green, Big Government: The Political Landscape: The Slobs Versus the Snobs
Fire Andrea Mitchell!: Obama – we must spend our way out of this recession
Ace of Spades HQ: Reid: I’m So Totally Stoked My Health Care Reform Bill Will “Save” $127 Billion Over Ten Years, Which Is Less than October’s One Month Deficit
Outside the Beltway: Congress to Investigate Fake Districts
Mike Flynn, Big Government: Obama Stimulus Numbers: The Return of Enron-Style Accounting
Jumping in Pools: Obama Approval Under 50% According to Quinnipiac, Fox News, Rasmussen, and Gallup Polls
Michelle Malkin: The Stimulus Jobs Inflation Map and The Stimulus Jobs Inflation Index
Tai-Chi Policy: Just How Bad Is The Democrat’s Spending?
Doug O’Brien, Big Government: More Stimulus Math: Cooking the Books on Stimulus Jobs
The Powers That Be: Unemployment Stimulated Again
The American Pundit: Pork-Loving Senators Diverted Billions in Funds from Troops
Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion: Stimulus Creating “Full-Time Job Equivalents”

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82 Responses to Socialist Snuggie Buddies

  1. Foxwood says:

    It’s mod, It’s mod! Ok… really. Who had this haircut?

    Just me?

  2. samiam60 says:

    It is Sunday and do you know where your Senators are?

    Voting on a 1.1 Trillion Dollar Spending Bill

  3. VotingFemale says:

    the socialists are too drunk on their congressional majority to stop comitting political suicide and the more they do it… the deeper and longer lasting that policitcal suicide will be…

    The American Majority is enraged… and their political vengeance at the voting booth will be deep and severe… meanwhile Obama fiddles as Socialism Burns…

  4. Foxwood says:

    Some real boogie woogie from a native Louisianan. Never mind the lyrics.

  5. Foxwood says:

    The bass player played a tuba in that rendition.

  6. samhenry says:

    DOG dropped off by hot air baloon and is disoriented at first until the post order begins to clear. Cat’s do this on occasion – they backtrack – dogs know this but occasionally get thrown. SH has been thrown but recovered – like a dizzy computer having been kicked through the air for no apparent reason to the computer.

  7. samhenry says:

    Picture purrfect – love the boys in blue and having fun, too.

    The only pic that is questionable is the one of the Pres with Washington burning. He is so distracted by his narcissism that he couldn’t strike a match. Must have been his own party ’cause Conservatives would not destroy that which is near and dear.

  8. Foxwood says:

    Here’s some ancient Fleetwood Mac coming your way.

  9. Foxwood says:

    Or as I used to call them, Meatwood Flac

  10. Foxwood says:

    If I had a hammer
    I’d hammer some Congress meatballs!
    I’d make them scream
    All over this land!
    I’d hammer out justice
    I’d hammer our freedom!

  11. Foxwood says:

    Some Beach Boys, with a little help from Jan and Dean.

  12. Foxwood says:

    Here’s a K-FOX twin spin!

  13. Foxwood says:

    Some blue eyed sole…

  14. Foxwood says:

    Here’s one of my favorites and a fun video!

  15. samhenry says:

    Love Hair by the Cowsills, FOX – I’ve been writing a blog post on constitutional rights that exist in a public library but not on the internet!

  16. Foxwood says:

    Another one that Mike Nesmith will not allow youtube to have. The studio version is so much better.

  17. Foxwood says:

    What’s the URL SamH? I would like to read it.

  18. Foxwood says:

    From “Splish Splash” to “If I Were A Carpenter”. All this man ever wanted to do is sing.

  19. Foxwood says:

    Don’t listen to the pillow talk. I lie when I sleep.

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  21. Foxwood says:

    And now for a commercial break.

  22. Foxwood says:

    Well hell! Since I’m already drinking. Here’s my favorite drinking song with Ermin’s Ermits!

  23. Foxwood says:


    Your article has taken me by surprise.

  24. Foxwood says:

    Take your protein pills and put your helmet on.

    Blast off!

  25. Foxwood says:

    I used to be known as Major Tom… We don’t want to discuss that.

  26. Foxwood says:

    (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
    The Rolling Stones

    I can’t get no satisfaction,
    I can’t get no satisfaction.
    ‘Cause I try and I try and I try and I try.
    I can’t get no, I can’t get no.

    When I’m drivin’ in my car
    and a man comes on the radio
    he’s tellin’ me more and more
    about some useless information
    supposed to fire my imagination.
    I can’t get no, oh no no no.
    Hey hey hey, that’s what I say.

    I can’t get no satisfaction,
    I can’t get no satisfaction.
    ‘Cause I try and I try and I try and I try.
    I can’t get no, I can’t get no.

    When I’m watchin’ my TV
    and a man comes on to tell me
    how white my shirts can be.
    Well he can’t be a man ’cause he doesn’t smoke
    the same cigarrettes as me.
    I can’t get no, oh no no no.
    Hey hey hey, that’s what I say.

    I can’t get no satisfaction,
    I can’t get no girly action.
    ‘Cause I try and I try and I try and I try.
    I can’t get no, I can’t get no.

    When I’m ridin’ round the world
    and I’m doin’ this and I’m signing that
    and I’m tryin’ to make some girl
    who tells me baby better come back later next week
    ’cause you see I’m on losing streak.
    I can’t get no, oh no no no.
    Hey hey hey, that’s what I say.

    I can’t get no, I can’t get no,
    I can’t get no satisfaction,
    no satisfaction, no satisfaction, no satisfaction.

  27. Foxwood says:



    You guess what I just said!

    FireFox better find and fix this POS problem!

  28. rosehips says:

    this boy is adorable.

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  30. Foxwood says:

    I’m down again. I get to post every ten times I can get on. POS MF CS SOB!

  31. samhenry says:

    FOX – I give you one hour to clean up the kitchen and take yourself to bed. East Coast mothering is the best kind.

  32. samhenry says:

    Nite Rose and FOX.

    Rose – see that he gets to bed, will you? If we squeeze him between right and left coasts, perhaps he will get there. Tomorrow will be a better computer day.

  33. LisaInTX says:

    Hey everyone!!!
    We just got home about an hour ago.
    Our son is safe and sound in Fort Hood and we got to see him for a few hours…..YIPEEE!!!
    He will have leave in 10 days and get to come home then. :-}
    Just having him back state side is such a RELIEF!!!
    I took a few photos and video with my cell phone—trying to figure out how to convert it from quicktime to media player?????
    I’ll post a few photos if I can’t get the video to work…

    We are headed to bed—-it’s been a LONG day…..night everyone. :-}
    My baby boy is HOME!!!! Earned his ’spurs” too!! Now he needs a black stetson….lol

  34. samhenry says:

    So very happy for you, Lisa — and relieved as you are. Later.

    DOG boards hot air balloon and floats off into the night. Such a “dog star.”

  35. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my Fellow Patriots 🙂

    I am so happy and relieved to know Lisa’s Son is home Safe and Sound.

    Merry Christmas Lisa 🙂

    God is Good 🙂

  36. samiam60 says:

    Lieberman Will Vote Against Health Care Bill

    Senator reportedly tells Reid he would support a Republican-led filibuster against the bill if it contained the Medicare provision or permitted the government to sell insurance.

  37. samiam60 says:

    WASHINGTON — Risking the wrath of Democrats, Sen. Joseph Lieberman, I-Conn., threatened Sunday to join Republicans in opposing health care legislation if it permits uninsured individuals as young to 55 to purchase Medicare coverage.

    Lieberman, whose vote is critical to the bill’s prospects, expressed his opposition twice during the day: first in an interview with CBS, and more strongly later, according to Democratic officials, in a private meeting with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.

    Reid, who is hoping to pass the legislation by Christmas, needs 60 votes to overcome Republican objections, and has been counting on Lieberman to provide one.

    But appearing on CBS, Lieberman said of the Medicare proposal, “Though I don’t know exactly what’s in it, from what I hear, I certainly would have a hard time voting for it because it has some of the same infirmities that the public option did.

    “It will add taxpayer costs. It will add to the deficit. It’s unnecessary,” he added of a provision that Reid last week hailed as part of a breakthrough between liberals and moderates.

    Democratic aides, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Lieberman later told Reid he would support a Republican-led filibuster against the bill if it contained the Medicare provision or permitted the government to sell insurance in competition with private companies.

    The same aides added that Lieberman had responded differently last week when Reid asked him privately about the proposed Medicare provision. “He voiced support for the idea,” said one official. Lieberman’s public comments last week were also generally favorable. The aides spoke on condition of anonymity, saying they was not authorized to comment publicly.

    In an interview that aired Sunday night — but was recorded last week — President Barack Obama voiced optimism about his call for sweeping legislation to expand coverage while cracking down on the insurance industry.

    “I think it’s going to pass out of the Senate before Christmas,” he told CBS’ “60 Minutes.”

    If Lieberman follows through on his plans, he leaves Democrats with few options as they try and pass legislation before Christmas. Most obviously, they could strip out the provisions he opposes, and hope liberals overcome their inevitable unhappiness and vote for the bill. For that approach to have any chance of success, Obama would have to lobby heavily in its favor.

    The bill’s supporters could turn to Republicans instead in search of support, but that is unlikely to produce a compromise in the next few days.

    Democrats are not without political leverage, however. Lieberman lost the Democratic nomination for re-election the last time he ran, in 2006, then won a new term as an independent. Even so, he retains his chairmanship of the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, a post he holds at the pleasure of the Democratic-controlled Senate.

    On CBS, Lieberman pleaded with Democrats to start subtracting expensive proposals from the overhaul, saying, “We don’t need to keep adding onto the back of this horse or we’re going to break the horse’s back and get nothing done.”

    While Lieberman drew most of the attention for his comments, Democratic Sens. Claire McCaskill of Missouri and Ben Nelson of Nebraska also expressed concern about the legislation.

    “I’m concerned that it’s the forerunner of single-payer — the ultimate single-payer plan, maybe even more directly than the public option,” Nelson said of the Medicare proposal. By single-payer, he meant national health insurance run by Washington. Unlike Lieberman, Nelson participated in negotiations last week between liberals and moderates that produced the general framework that included the Medicare provision.

    Nelson also is seeking stricter abortion restrictions than are currently in the bill.

    “The whole reason we’re doing this bill is to bring down cost, first for the American people in health care, and secondly for the deficit,” said Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri. “So until we get the numbers back from the Congressional Budget Office, we’re all on hold.”

    Asked if she would vote against the bill if it raised health care costs overall, she said, “Absolutely.”

    In the meantime, only a few moderates have come out against the Medicare plan. But in a legislative struggle that is a game of inches, Democrats need all 60 votes in their caucus, and they don’t yet have them.

    Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell gave no indication of backing down. “With the American people as overwhelmingly opposed to this bill as they are, for the Democrats to basically, arrogantly take the position that we’re going to ignore public opinion and jam this through before Christmas, I think that’s really a stretch,” said McConnell, R-Ky.

    The early Medicare buy-in was part of a compromise reached last week when Senate Democrats dropped the idea of setting up a federal health insurance plan to compete with private insurers. Lieberman was a firm opponent of the bill’s original plan for a public insurance option.

    Many Democrats who had favored that public option only grudgingly let it go, in return embracing the Medicare proposal as an appealing way to help people 55 to 64 — a group often vulnerable to losing employer-based health insurance when it’s needed the most.

    Under the compromise, private nonprofit plans overseen by the federal government would be offered in the marketplace.

    Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., said he was working with Lieberman and others on controlling Medicare costs, and he voiced confidence fellow Democrats could get past their divisions. Party leaders are pushing hard to finish the Senate overhaul legislation before Christmas and to begin negotiations with the House, which has passed its plan.

    Lieberman, Nelson, McConnell and Rockefeller spoke on CBS’ “Face the Nation.” McCaskill was on “Fox News Sunday.”

  38. samiam60 says:

    Obama Gives Himself a B-Plus Grade

    President tells Oprah the only thing that stands in the way of giving himself a better grade is the fact that health care reform is unfinished and many Americans remain out of work.

  39. samiam60 says:

    Obama Gives Himself a B-Plus Grade

    Giggle, giggle…….. 🙂

  40. samiam60 says:

    WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama, in an interview that aired Sunday, gave himself “a good solid B-plus” grade for his first year in office.

    Speaking with fellow Chicagoan Oprah Winfrey, the president claimed progress on economic and international fronts.

    Obama said the only thing that stands in the way of giving himself a better grade is the fact that some elements of his agenda — health care reform and putting more Americans to work — remain undone.

    “The biggest burden on me right now is that economic growth has happened, but job growth has not happened,” Obama told Winfrey on the ABC special.

    On the plus side, Obama said, “We are on our way out of Iraq.” And, he added, “I think we’ve got the best possible plan for Afghanistan.”

    Speaking to CBS’s “60 Minutes,” the president said he’ll know by the end of 2010 if his Afghan strategy is working, and pledged to change direction if the U.S. military is not on course “in terms of securing population centers” from Taliban militants.

    Obama also said his Dec. 1 speech ordering 30,000 more American soldiers and Marines into the 8-year-old war “hit me in the gut” emotionally more than any he had given.

    After doubling the U.S. force in Afghanistan in March, just two months after taking office, Obama raised the stakes further by ordering a nearly 50-percent troop increase in a speech at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. He issued the orders even as support for the war was crumbling among the public and opposed by many fellow Democrats in Congress.

    “You know, that was actually, probably, the most emotional speech that I’ve made, in terms of how I felt about it,” the president said, “because I was looking out over a group of cadets, some of whom were going to be deployed in Afghanistan. And potentially some might not come back.”

    Check out the Article and see a nice of Pic of Obama with Oprah and Jaws.

  41. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning Barry. Sound Familar?

  42. samiam60 says:

    Anyone here remember a time in America when people like Perry Como, Bob Hope, Ed Sullivan, Danny Thomas and others would actually have a real Christmas Show and sing Real Christmas Songs? I could go on and on and I am sure you could add to my list. America needs to return to her former Glory and Honor the one and onl…y True God who made it so and Blessed this Great land and it’s people. Amen

  43. samhenry says:

    Good morning Sami. I remember those Christmas shows – I also loved the Andy Williams show with his family before the divorce and Claudette murdered her boyfriend! He is a wonderful guy. He stood by her.

    Here’s the bad news – sneaked into that big budget buster bill passed Sunday, funding for planned parenthood and other surprises on abortion:

  44. samiam60 says:

    This is for all my friends here on VF’s Blog.

  45. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning SamH. We knew the Corrupter in Chief would back door the Death of millions more Babies. But here’s the Good News:

    God is in Control.

    Vengance is Mine say’s The Lord.

    Barry will not escape the Judgement to come.

  46. samhenry says:

    You hit upon my favorite Christmas song, Sami.

    I’m on my way back to bed. See you later.

    DOG Overboard

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  48. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Samiam! SamHenry!

    Samiam, Foxwood ask me to ask you to do the honors with firing the cannon this morning. He is battling with the Linus version of Foxfire and so far Foxfire is having its way with him and not in a good way.

  49. samiam60 says:

    How would this be?

  50. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my Dearest VF. I must be out and about this morning and will check in with you all later in the day, or sooner just depending on how much I can accomplish this morning.

  51. VotingFemale says:

    Wishes of good success on your outing this morning, Sam dear!

  52. rosehips says:

    good morning peeps. Hope I haven’t missed everyone.

    Lisa, great news that you saw your son, he’s safe, and he’ll be home soon. Awesome!!!!

    SH, I think international family planning is one of the most important issues we should put resources into. Planned parenthood is not only about abortion. It’s about preventing pregnancy and disease and it’s about good reproductive health. If we don’t work diligently on stopping population growth worldwide, our economic, health, war problems etc will escalate.

  53. rosehips says:

    I think it’s good we are increasing vets benefits but we need to be mindful that this is a cost of war and always factor in these monumental costs when contemplating escalating or declaring war, especially wars that we can never win….

    I think heating subsidies are needed for the poor but they should always be tied to conservation measures. This will reduce costs for fuel and reduce emissions of all the bad stuff, including CO2 heehee.

  54. rosehips says:

    I don’t think we should be giving NASA a 5% funding increase. I don’t think fed employees need to be getting an increase either. Hell, all agencies should be reducing costs. I know many are strapped to the max, but I guess you gotta squeeze harder. They should replace some employees with people who have been out of work for months and have learned how to do without. Maybe those employees who are suddenly out of work won’t care so much about a measely two percent raise. And the new folks might have some fresh ideas about how to cut down on all the freakin’ gov’t waste.

    Then we should have a parade to celebrate our great success. Ha!

  55. rosehips says:

    well, I see I’m talkin’ to meself this morning. what up peeps?

  56. Foxwood says:

    Thanks Sami, I’m on my work computer. My home laptop took a dump. I’m going to have to take a crash course in Linex terminal commands. My computer time will be limited until I get my laptop fixed. I was supposed to work on my house during my vacation. Yippie.

  57. rosehips says:

    We got our first real snow this morning. Not a whole lot, but enough to make things pretty. What a difference a year makes! Last year we we digging out one week after another. A legendary year…

    This song is funny:

  58. rosehips says:

    foxy, you’re back! I thought of you when I found the above vid. Thought you’d like it. HoHoHOHOHO

  59. Foxwood says:

    Can’t stay on. I have to fix this f-ing computer.

  60. rosehips says:

    well check out that vid before you go. Maybe you’ve heard that song before, but I haven’t. And I don’t mean I thought of you as the subject of the song heehee. I just thought you’d like it. Good luck with your computer.

  61. Foxwood says:

    Yeah, I forgot about that song. My favorite it the Rodeo Song, but I can’t play it here. I left it in the mens room. 🙂

  62. rosehips says:

    well it’s just getting light here. I suppose y’all are doing Christmas thangs and such. I have some shopping to do today myself. And maybe a little festive decorating. Maybe I’ll get some rosehips and string them with some popcorn like the old days. Really! Rosehips and popcorn make a great Christmas deco for the tree or the doorway.
    Here’s a fun Christmas song by the Kinks:

  63. LisaInTX says:

    Good morning everyone and thank you for the well wishes for my son.
    We feel so Blessed to have him and his company home. They were SO EXCITED—I shook hands with everyone of them that I encountered, and hugged allot of necks I did not know!! :-]
    At one point we stowed 3 soldiers gear and them too into two cars….not sure how we managed it all but we did and got them to the barracks and to theirs cars, etc….
    Our son called this morning and said they were headed to the Donut Store!!! They haven’t seen ‘Real” donuts in a year and were about to engage in a pigging out contest!!! LOL
    Lunch would be pigging out at McDonalds next….hahahahaha
    They sounded VERY happy to be home….:-]

  64. LisaInTX says:

    Not sure if this will work here, if not I will post them on a report….

  65. LisaInTX says:

    This is my husband and son…..we all were crying with pure JOY!!

  66. samiam60 says:

    The pictures are just marvelous Lisa and I am even getting choked up looking at the happy reunion.
    I feel like your Son’s Uncle after all this time and concern for his well being. We truly are Family in this struggle for Freedom. God Bless you and your Family always.

  67. rosehips says:

    lisa, thanks for sharing the pictures. I can feel your emotions. What a relief for you all! Enjoy each precious moment.

    It looked like you had a beautiful day to welcome your son home to!

  68. LisaInTX says:

    Thanks Uncle Sami and Auntie Rose
    It was cold, and foggy at first, but turned warm as they got to the parade ground.
    And it sure was a glorious day and home coming. :-]

  69. LisaInTX says:

    Well I got chores and errands to run y’all….I’ll try to get back on later if I have time.
    Have a GREAT DAY!!!

  70. VotingFemale says:

    Sorry I missed ya Lisa!

    Good Morning Rose!

    WB, Samiam! did foxwood show up? see ya on the new blogpost

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  72. Steve says:

    Great post! I really like you blog, keep up the great work!!

    Common Cents

    ps. Link Exchange??

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