‘Against All Odds…’ a leader emerged and led against against Tyranny (video)

A Hat Tip to Vicki at Frugal Café for alerting me to this video:

click here to see her blogpost for the inside story…

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HOTAiR: Report: Dems fear disaster as Coakley’s internal poll shows lead down to two and Video: Obama phones it in for Coakley and Brown tells Obama to stay out of Massachusetts; Update: Rothenberg moves race to “toss-up” and  The Biden view of transparency Obamateurism of the Day Quotes of the day Gingrich: I’m a top-tier contender for the 2012 nomination Trouble in paradise? Morning meeting on ObamaCare turns into “intense” all-day session Scott Brown: Sure, I supported RomneyCare, but…
Dick Morris:MEMO TO STEELE: GOP WILL WIN URGENT: HELP US WIN IN MASSACHUSETTS THE RETIREMENT FLU: DEMS START TO STAMPEDE
Heritage Foundation:Why Government Spending Does Not Stimulate Economic Growth: Answering the Critics Why Government Spending Does Not Stimulate Economic Growth: Answering the Critics
BigGovernment:White House Backs Away from Net Neutrality; Hard Left Interest Groups Plod On America’s New Year’s Unemployment Hangover Obama’s Found a Villain to Distract the Angry Voter Martha’s Greatest Hits: The Things the Democrats Would Like You to Forget About Candidate Coakley
Gateway Pundit: Martha Coakley on Afghanistan: Mission Accomplished MASSACHUSETTS SENATE RACE MOVED FROM “LEAN DEM” TO “TOSS-UP” Coakley Scrambling For Obama Visit to Boost Campaign 2010 Expected to Be Record Year For Foreclusures as Obama Unemployment Rate Continues to Climb
Sister Toldjah:WS reporter gets shoved by Coakley aide, AP says reporter “stumbled”
Nice Deb Coakley Caption Contest and Video: Massachusetts Miracle
Frugal Café:Taliban Is Gone from Afghanistan? Martha Coakley… A Dangerous Choice at a Dangerous Time (video) Martha, Martha, Martha… You Need to Keep your Left-wing Thugs at Bay until AFTER the Election (video) Distressed Starship USS Coakley: Even MA Union Members Are Voting for Scott Brown, Obama is MIA… Is Coakley Going Down in Flames?
Talk Wisdom:
In The News Today
Michelle Malkin: SEIU-affiliated union endorses…Scott Brown Martha Coakley’s Marie Antoinette/Jon Corzine moment Department of Injustice Watch: New Black Panther Party scandal update Hey, Harry Reid: You lie! Rothenberg moves MA Senate race to “Toss-Up;” Obama sends e-mail/video SOS for Coakley
ArleneArmy’s Blog:Reid Has A Negro Problem; Blacks in America – The Democrat’s Political Commodity on the Cheap – Blaxploitation
Boudica WPI:The government and the power of the badge.
GoodTimePolitics:Home Foreclosures Hit High In 2009 Most Voters Believe Obama Care Will Mean Higher Cost!
M2’s Freeviews: The Democrat-Socialist “Solution” to Healthcare Can be Summarized with 2 Words
LisainTX’s Blog:Obama’s Council of Governors: Congress Granted Federal power to control us on a Local and State level! Only Obama’s Inner Circle may enter the SECRET meetings, now that is Transparency in our face! JFK and MLK warned Americans: Is there anyone that can replace these GREAT Patriots?
Diary of a Mad Conservative:
There’s the educated class and then there’s “the rest of us”
OhioBelle’s Blog:
Return of the Dixiecrats
SamHenry’s Blog: Another Obama Lie – He Never Was for Public Option and “10 Emerging Financial Centers That Will Blindside New York and London” Obama – The First Bi-Racial President Handles Race Issues Keep BIG Government out of Homeland Security AND Healthcare
Temple of Mut:I have a misspelling for you, Martha: CROAKLEY!
Dancing Czars: Rep. Rangel: Dems facing ’serious problems’ on healthcare reform bill: Ya Think? 74-year-old N.C. state senator shoots, wounds intruder at his home: Has consistantly voted to ban private ownership of guns GOP Senate Leader Says U.S. Commanders in Afghanistan ‘Confused’ about How To Handle Captured Terrorists Now That Some Are Tried as Civilians

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126 Responses to ‘Against All Odds…’ a leader emerged and led against against Tyranny (video)

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  4. LisaInTX says:

    Sorry VF for pinging back so soon after you posted this….
    The video you posted above is KICK BUTT!!!

  5. LisaInTX says:

    Awesome video!!
    I agree…Reid’s comment was belittling all Black Americans—something the Dem party has done for generations in order to control them and all minorities.

  6. VotingFemale says:

    ohhh… doing your pingbacks up at the top of the comment log is a good thing, Lisa!

  7. VotingFemale says:

    Thank you, dear.

    It is unbelievable awesome…

    This just in… the Brown-Coakley racs has been reclassified from ‘lean DEM’ to Toss-Up’

    Scott Brown momentum is mounting…

    that Obama is not coming is telling to a lot of people who are on the fence. people like to vote for a winner… and Scott Brown is in the momentum lead

    LisaInTX says

    The video you posted above is KICK BUTT!!!

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  9. m2 says:

    “Ask yourself why totalitarian dictatorships find it necessary to pour money and effort into propaganda for their own helpless, chained, gagged slaves, who have no means of protest or defense. The answer is that even the humblest peasant or the lowest savage would rise in blind rebellion were he to realize that he is being immolated, not to some incomprehensible ‘noble purpose’, but to plain, naked, human evil.”

    — Ayn Rand

  10. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Evenong Everyone! I am sorry that I haven’t been around for awhile but I am always here in spirit.

  11. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hindsight and commom sense is the key to battling stupidity.

    Majority Would Vote Against Obama
    January 14, 2010 9:15 AM | Permalink | Comments (849) | Share This

    By Reid Wilson
    A year into his tenure, a majority of Americans would already vote against Pres. Obama if the ’12 elections were held today, according to a new survey.

    The Allstate/National Journal Heartland Monitor poll shows 50% say they would probably or definitely vote for someone else. Fully 37% say they would definitely cast a ballot against Obama. Meanwhile, just 39% would vote to re-elect the pres. to a 2nd term, and only 23% say they definitely would do so.

    Obama’s first year in office has been marked by an unemployment rate that surged to 10%, an increased commitment of troops to Afghanistan and a health care battle that has taken a serious political toll on the WH.

    Obama’s approval rating is down to 47%, the poll showed, a 14-point drop since the April survey. 45% disapprove, up 17 points from April. Only 41% say they trust Obama more than Congressional GOPers, while 33% pick the GOP over the WH. That 8-point gap is down from a 21-point edge Obama sported as recently as Sept.

    Just 34% say the country is moving in the right direction, down 13 points since April, and 55% say it is off on the wrong track, up 13 points over the same period.

    But as GOPers focus on taxes and spending, that message seems to be causing Obama the most harm. Among those who believe Obama’s policies have moved the country in the wrong direction, 45% cite spending and government regulation as a top cause for their opposition.

    Meanwhile, those who think Obama’s policies are moving the country down the right track largely cite long-term benefits of his initiatives.

    In the meantime, health care legislation is by no means popular, but a majority of Americans don’t oppose the legislation yet. 44% said they support the legislation under consideration, down 5 points from the last poll in Sept., while 46% oppose it.

  12. tellitlikeitis says:

    Is America’s financial collapse inevitable?

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    Posted: January 14, 2010
    8:10 pm Eastern

    © 2010

    We were blindsided. We never saw it coming.

    So said Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein of the financial crisis of 2008. He likened its probability to four hurricanes hitting the East Coast in a single season.

    Blankfein was reminded by the chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Committee, Phil Angelides, that hurricanes are “acts of God.” Financial crises are manmade. Yet Blankfein was backed up by Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan, who said, “Somehow, we just missed … that home prices don’t go up forever.”

    The Wall Street titans thus conceded they did not foresee the housing bubble ever bursting and they did not consider the possibility of a collapse in value of the sub-prime mortgage securities piled up on their books.

    Backing up Blankfein’s plea of ignorance and incomprehension is this: The crisis killed Lehman Brothers and would have killed every one of them had not the Treasury and Fed, neither of which saw it coming, either, intervened with hundreds of billions in bailout cash.

    Yet there were those who warned a housing bubble was being created like the dot-com bubble; others who predicted the Empire of Debt was coming down – as, today, there are those warning that the United States, with consecutive deficits running 10 percent of gross domestic product, is risking an eventual default on its national debt.

    The warnings come from the Committee on the Fiscal Future of the United States, chaired by Rudolph Penner, former head of the Congressional Budget Office, and David Walker, former head of the Government Accountability Office and author of “Comeback America: Turning the Country Around and Restoring Fiscal Responsibility.”

    Who’s getting richer under the Obama regime? Find out in Tim Carney’s new book, “Obamanomics: How Barack Obama Is Bankrupting You and Enriching His Wall Street Friends, Corporate Lobbyists, and Union Bosses”

    With that share of the U.S. national debt held by individuals, corporations, pension funds and foreign governments having risen in 2009 from 41 percent to 53 percent of GDP, Penner and Walker believe it imperative to get the deficit under control. Unfortunately, it is not possible to see how, politically, this can be done.

    Consider. The five largest elements in the budget are Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, defense and interest on the debt.

    With interest rates near record lows, and certain to rise, and back-to-back $1.4 trillion deficits, this budget item has to grow and has to be paid if the U.S. government is to continue to borrow.

    Second, with seniors on fire against Medicare cuts in health-care reform, it would be fatal for the Obama Democrats to curtail Social Security or Medicare benefits any further this year. Next year, they will not only lack the congressional strength but any desire to do so, after their anticipated shellacking this fall.

    The same holds true for Medicaid. The Party of Government is not going to cut health benefits for its most loyal supporters. Indeed, federal costs may rise as state governments, constitutionally required to balance their budgets, cut social benefits and beg the feds to pick up the slack.

    This leaves defense. But the president is deepening the U.S. involvement in Afghanistan to 100,000 troops, and the military needs to replace weaponry and machines depreciated in a decade of war.

    Where, then, are the spending cuts to come from?

    Can the administration cut Homeland Security, the FBI or CIA after the near disaster in Detroit? Will Obama cut the spending for education he promised to increase? Will he cut funding for food stamps, unemployment insurance or the Earned Income Tax Credit in a recession? For the near term, the entitlements are untouchables.

    (Column continues below)

    Is this Democratic Congress, which increased the budgets of all the departments by an average of 10 percent, going to take a knife to federal agencies or federal salaries, when federal bureaucrats and beneficiaries of federal programs are the most reliable voting blocs in their coalition?

    What about tax hikes?

    Obama has promised to let the Bush tax cuts lapse for those earning $250,000 but has pledged not to raise taxes on the middle class. Any broad-based tax would be politically suicidal for him and his increasingly unpopular party.

    But if taxes are off the table, Afghan war costs are inexorably rising and cuts in Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid and entitlement programs are politically impossible, as pressure builds for a second stimulus, how does one reduce a deficit of $1.4 trillion?

    How does one stop the exploding national debt from surging above 100 percent of GDP?

    America is the oldest and greatest constitutional republic, the model for all the others. But if our elected politicians are incapable of imposing the sacrifices needed to pull the nation back from the brink of a devaluation or default, is democratic capitalism truly, as Francis Fukuyama told us just two decades ago, the future of mankind?

    What the looming fiscal crisis of this country portends is nothing less than a test of whether this democratic republic is sustainable.

  13. m2 says:

    President Barack Obama has recently completed the most successful foreign policy tour since Napoleon’s retreat from Moscow.

    You name it, he blew it. What was his big deal economic programme that he was determined to drive through the G20 summit? Another massive stimulus package, globally funded and co-ordinated. Did he achieve it? Not so as you’d notice.

    Barack is not the first New World ingenue to discover that European leaders will load him with praise, struggle sycophantically to be photographed with him and outdo him in Utopian rhetoric. But when it comes to the critical moment of opening their wallets – suddenly it is flag-day in Aberdeen. Okay, put the G20 down to inexperience, beginner’s nerves, what you will.

    On to Nato and the next big objective: to persuade the same European evasion experts that America, Britain and Canada should no longer bear the brunt of the Afghan struggle virtually unassisted. The Old World sucked through its teeth, said that was asking a lot – but, seeing it was Barack, to whom they could refuse nothing, they would graciously accede to his wishes.

    So The One retired triumphant, having secured a massive contribution of 5,000 extra troops – all of them non-combatant, of course – which must really have put the wind up the Taliban, at the prospect of 5,000 more infidel cooks and bottle-washers swarming into the less hazardous regions of Afghanistan.

  14. m2 says:

    Ah the previous comment was an excerpt from the UK Telegraph…

  15. Amen!

    I don’t believe Obama will let this happen. The communist democraps will continue their cloak and dagger, pulling out all the stops, and down right treason to stop this election from going this direction.

    Besides they will just find another car trunk full of “lost” absentee ballots. Kinda like the s$%# they pulled with al franken.

  16. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my Fellow Patriots 🙂

  17. samiam60 says:

    It is Friday but Tuesday is Coming 🙂

  18. samiam60 says:

    Under the cover of Night

    Obama, Dems Burn Midnight Oil in Health Talks

    By Major Garrett

    Racing to settle their differences, House and Senate negotiators engaged in marathon talks with Obama at the White House until 1 a.m. Friday. The White House said “solid progress” was made.

  19. samiam60 says:

    WASHINGTON — President Obama summoned House and Senate Democratic leaders to the White House late Thursday to discuss an apparent breakthrough in health care reform negotiations — on the make-or-break issue of taxing high-value health plans and other issues.

    After enduring months of criticism that he was too detached from negotiations — criticism mostly expressed in Democratic cloakrooms on Capitol Hill — Obama has jumped in with both feet. He has personalized a marathon push to land a health care deal this week or early next week, telling lawmakers and key stakeholders that he will not tolerate failure and that compromises, even hard ones, must be achieved on a tight schedule.

    House and Senate negotiators resumed marathon talks with Obama at the White House around 9 p.m. Thursday. The president left the Cabinet Room meeting shortly after 1 a.m. Friday and the session ended about 25 minutes later.

    In a statement, the White House said “solid progress” was made toward a final package.

    The meeting came after most of the same lawmakers spent more than eight hours at the White House on Wednesday trying to hammer out a deal.

    The breakthrough announced Thursday was a biproduct of the previous days talks: a deal on so-called “Cadillac” insurance plans. The White House and top union leaders heralded the agreement, which shields all union workers for five years from significant taxes on health benefit packages that non-union workers will face starting in 2013.

    On Tuesday, Obama told union leaders who came to the White House to express their opposition to the excise taxes that they would not deter him and they must accept the tax in some form. Under those conditions, union leaders sought various exemptions, even though some in their membership adamantly opposed any tax on health benefits.

    Republican critics called the union deal another back-room favor handed out in secret talks that violated Obama’s promise of transparency.

    House leaders were intimately involved in two-days of wrangling with top blue-collar and public employee union leaders and with the White House over restructuring a Senate-passed 40 percent excise tax on high-priced health benefit plans. Union leaders complained the taxes would force their members to lose existing benefits or pay higher premiums.

    Whether rank-and-file Democratic House members will accept the deal is another matter. Union backing improves the chances that most, if not all, of the full 256-member Democratic caucus will accept the arrangement, but a formal nose count has not been taken.

    Other unresolved issues include abortion funding, the anti-trust exemption for insurers and the precise plan for formation of a health care exchange that will serve as a clearinghouse for consumers to purchase health coverage.

    To buck up House Democrats, Obama offered a stirring defense of the party’s head-long push for health reform.

    “I know how big a lift this has been, I see the polls,” Obama told House Democrats assembled for their annual issues conference. “I know that the virtues of this legislation … have been entirely obscured by fear and distraction.

    “I also know what happens once we get this done,” he said. “The American people will suddenly learn that this bill does things they like and doesn’t do things that people have been trying to say it does. Their worst fears will prove groundless.”

    Top union officials said newly drafted exemptions from their members will cut from the legislation $60 billion in projected revenue over 10 years. The White House said no official figure was available but did not suggest the union figure was inaccurate.

    The Senate’s original tax was to raise $149 billion over 10 years. Cutting $60 billion from that figure would require negotiators to find revenue elsewhere. Neither union leaders nor the White House offered any specifics on replacement taxes under consideration.

    Lawmakers have been eyeing applying Medicare payroll taxes to capital gains and other dividend income for annual incomes above $200,000 for individuals and $250,000 for families. The Senate bill already seeks to increase Medicare payroll taxes from 1.45 percent to 2.35 percent on individuals and joint-filers in those wealth categories.

    The union deal exempts all workers covered by collective bargaining agreements from any excise tax on health benefits until 2018, five years later than non-union workers.

    “Our people were very very pleased by it,” said Gerald McEntee, president of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. “They’re ready to go out and fight for it and even improve it down line. We’re for this health care reform and ready to fight for it.”

    Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO called the excise the biggest hurdle for union support. Absent any last minute changes, Trumka said the AFL-CIO’s on board.

    “We will endorse it and do it proudly,” Trumka said of the emerging health care bill.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/01/14/obama-summons-dems-white-house-late-night-health-reform-talks/

  20. samiam60 says:

    While America Slept the Great Deceiver did his evil work.

  21. samiam60 says:

    The union deal exempts all workers covered by collective bargaining agreements from any excise tax on health benefits until 2018, five years later than non-union workers.

    NON UNION WORKERS are being Profiled.

  22. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Samiam!

    The article you posted… what was done, what was said, enrages me.

    it will be the basis of a blogpost today

  23. samiam60 says:

    VF says
    The article you posted… what was done, what was said, enrages me.

    it will be the basis of a blogpost today

    VF,

    Please allow me to add some fuel to that fire.

    Schumer Pulls ‘Tea-Bagger’ Card on GOP Candidate Brown

    New York Sen. Charles Schumer, who famously hammered then-Sen. Alfonse D’Amato for calling him a “putz-head” in their hot 1998 campaign, was accused Thursday of stepping into the gutter himself after he sent out a fundraising e-mail in which he called Massachusetts Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown a “far-right tea-bagger.”

  24. samiam60 says:

    New York Sen. Charles Schumer, who famously hammered then-Sen. Alfonse D’Amato for calling him a “putz-head” in their hot 1998 campaign, was accused Thursday of stepping into the gutter himself after he sent out a fundraising e-mail in which he called Massachusetts Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown a “far-right tea-bagger.”

    The two-term Democrat, in accusing Brown of being aligned with the conservative “tea party” movement, used a term that every tea party critic knows refers to a sexual act.

    “Chuck has a way of saying things that I don’t think he really understands or means, and it’s unfortunate,” Brown told Fox News Thursday when asked about the e-mail. “I’m not into name-calling. … so shame on Chuck.”

    Liberal television hosts had a field day with the “tea bag” term last year when the tea party movement gained steam. It seemed to lose its luster after the joke got old, but Schumer brought it back as he urged supporters to vote for Democrat Martha Coakley in next Tuesday’s high-stakes special election.

    “Martha Coakley is running to fill the rest of Ted Kennedy’s term, and her opponent is a far-right tea-bagger Republican,” Schumer wrote.

    Critics pointed out that Schumer cried foul in 1998 after D’Amato called him a “putz-head” during a meeting with Jewish supporters. The Yiddish word “putz” literally means “penis,” though it has taken on a less vulgar meaning in common usage. Schumer, a Brooklyn congressman at the time, seized on D’Amato’s insult and blasted the three-term Republican senator right up until the election for initially denying that he said it.

    Schumer won the election, was re-elected in 2004 and is seeking re-election again this year.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/01/14/schumer-pulls-tea-bagger-card-gop-candidate-brown/

  25. samiam60 says:

    The two-term Democrat, in accusing Brown of being aligned with the conservative “tea party” movement, used a term that every tea party critic knows refers to a sexual act.

  26. samiam60 says:

    Black Leaders Launching Drive to Help Re-Elect Harry Reid

    The Senate majority leader is getting help from the group “African-Americans for Senator Harry Reid.”

  27. samiam60 says:

    LAS VEGAS — A group calling itself “African-Americans for Senator Harry Reid” is launching a drive to help re-elect the Nevada Democrat.

    The effort, announced Thursday, comes less than a week after the Senate majority leader faced criticism over comments he made about President Barack Obama in 2008.

    Reid’s campaign already had been dogged by low poll numbers and criticism over health care legislation.

    Reid apologized last weekend after a book revealed that during the 2008 presidential campaign, he described Obama as a light-skinned African-American “with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one.”

    Obama accepted the apology and called the matter closed. Democrats have since defended Reid’s record on civil rights and rejected calls for him to step down.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/01/14/black-leaders-launching-drive-help-elect-harry-reid/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%253A+foxnews%252Fpolitics+%2528Text+-+Politics%2529

  28. VotingFemale says:

    Schumer calling Brown a sucker of scrotums has been being used as a hammer on him.

    I used it in a blogpost that I trashed this week… the primary basis of the blogpost was the first comment/article you posted this am… but was too soon to author a blogpost about until a deal was struck… earlier this week Pelosi was reported behind the deal making, but there was not enough out there to vet that story… and it was wise I trashed that blogpost until the true story emerged… unfortunately the slam on Up-Chuck Schumer and his scrotum sucking comment went with it.

    He is one arrogant MF’er. And also… Karma is a bitch.

    Another bastard Ben Nelson, got run out of a pizza parlor this week by irate Nebraskans calling him out as a two timing turncoat.

    his district is very Conservative… I give him two chances for reelection… zero and zero squared

  29. samiam60 says:

    It is no surprise that Obama would use the cover of night and closed door meeting to do his evil work.

    That evil work would be the destruction of

    America.

  30. VotingFemale says:

    Meanwhile…

    A new poll is out in the Brown-Coakley race in Massachusetts.

    Poll Results: Brown leads Coakley by 4 points

    If brown wins and the Marxists block his certification… there will likely be voter revolt, civil unrest, and rioting here… no kidding.

  31. samiam60 says:

    VF as you author this next blog post please show no Mercy.

  32. samiam60 says:

    VF says
    If brown wins and the Marxists block his certification… there will likely be voter revolt, civil unrest, and rioting here… no kidding.

    VF,

    It is long overdue and will be on a National Level

    Seems as if Obama is provoking just such a senerio so he can declare Marshal Law.

    We need Foxwood to fire that Cannon.

  33. VotingFemale says:

    When voter’s representatives defy voter majority decisions… the government ceases to be representative, rather… a dictatorship. and no real american will tolerate a dictatorship.

    things are coming to a head… something big is coming. I just hope the resolution can be done without armed conflict. But if forced to, the electorate will revolt. It is in the DNA of Americans. Americans are not sheep and never were.

  34. Foxwood says:

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

  35. Foxwood says:

    Morning VF!

    Morning Sami!

  36. samiam60 says:

    Sadly as we have all hoped and prayed to avoid a Second American Revolution it seems to me Obama is hell bent on bringing about just such a thing.

    This man must be impeached before he is able to gain total control.

  37. Foxwood says:

    It’s very telling that the only one admitting to being aggressive was Meathead.

  38. VotingFemale says:

    Federal troops are largely conservative as are law enforcement, and the National Guard.

    IF Obama ever orders troops to suppress legitimate voters over a legitimate grievance, he would likely see such a revolt spread to those whom he would rely on to stop it.

    and THAT is the reason he wants a ‘Civilian Defense Force’ just as well funded, just as well trained, as the Armed Forces.

    He knows he can not depend on the conservative military to enforce a dictatorship.

  39. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood!

    clue me in… to whom do you refer as meathead?

  40. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning Foxwood.

    We are going to need more cannons.

  41. samiam60 says:

    I hope I live to see the day when all of these Liberal Leaders in DC are put on trial for TREASON.

  42. VotingFemale says:

    News Alert
    06:25 AM EDT Friday, January 15, 2010

    Report: U.S. said to eye D.C. for Guantanamo trial

    The Obama administration is considering a criminal trial in Washington for the Guantanamo Bay detainee suspected of planning the bombing of a Bali nightclub that killed 202 people, a plan that would bring one of the world’s most notorious terrorism suspects just steps from the U.S. Capitol, the Associated Press reports.

  43. Foxwood says:

    Brown is up by 4 points!

  44. VotingFemale says:

    VotingFemale says

    Foxwood???????????????????????????

    clue me in… to whom do you refer as meathead?

  45. samiam60 says:

    This President is an absolute IDIOT.

    Perhaps these Terrorists will have their fellow Terrorists detonate a Nuclear Devise in DC during the Trial?

    Obama is now encouraging an attack against America by offering the Terrorists the Protection of our Courts.

    WHAT AN IDIOT OBAMA IS!

  46. samiam60 says:

    VF,

    I believe Foxwood is referring to Meehan as the Meathead.

  47. VotingFemale says:

    thanks lol

    samiam60 says

    VF,

    I believe Foxwood is referring to Meehan as the Meathead.

  48. Foxwood says:

    VF,

    Meehan = Meathead

  49. Foxwood says:

    I’ve been very busy lately. Just kind of commenting as I pass by the computer. This week has been bad for work not to mention trying to get my home strait for Mardi Gras.

  50. Foxwood says:

    “Meathead, You Imbecile!” – Archie Bunker

  51. VotingFemale says:

    Sammy, know what totally enraged me and gave me a clear insight into Obama sense of self-godhood?

    It happened when his slimeball cronies stole the nomination from Hillary… he got the nomination… and said to CNN Candy Crowley when asked about a party split by the Hillary supporters…

    he pompously said these women need to just settle down.

    That started my blogging career… started me working against that fu*ker…

    dismissive of women voters?

    he created a PUMA who will NEVER EVER “just settle down and do as told.”

    FUCK HIM ALL TO HELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    it was shortly after that I, VotingFemale, showed up on the internet for the first time and engaged that bastard..

    Settle Down? yeah… I will settle down when he is thoroughly disgraced as the Marxist Dictator wannabe he is…

    I will not stop… ever

  52. samiam60 says:

    Thank you for sharing that with us VF.

    I am now certain that I do not want to get on your bad side. lol, whew, wow, I am sure you feel much better now after having gotten that out. 🙂

    VF says

    Sammy, know what totally enraged me and gave me a clear insight into Obama sense of self-godhood?

    It happened when his slimball cronies stole the nomination from hillary… he got the nomination… and said to CNN Candy Crowley when asked about a party split by the Hillary supporters…

    he pompously said these women need to just settle down.

    That started my blogging career… started me working against that fu*ker…

    dismissive of women voters?

    he created a PUMA who will NEVER EVER “just settle down and do as told.”

    FUCK HIM ALL TO HELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    it was shortly after that I, VotingFemale, showed up on the internet for the first time and engaged that bastard..

    Settle Down? yeah… I will settle down when he is thoroughly disgraced as the Marxist Dictator wannabe he is…

  53. Foxwood says:

    YIKES Sami! Be vewy vewy cowfull.

  54. VotingFemale says:

    Sammy, you would be hard pressed to find anyone more easy going by nature, than me.

    But when Obama dismissed me as an inconsequential emotional female who should just settle down… I went into a zone I have never been before.

  55. VotingFemale says:

    my blog… my words …is the Hattori Hanzo I use

  56. rosehips says:

    morning peeps! been doing a little bit of research this morning; lookie here:

    from the urban dictionary:

    liberal: a homosexual male who has the oral capacity to fit an entire “package” into his mouth.
    1. “I went home with Chuck last night. I didn’t know he was such a liberal!”
    2. “Chuck is such a liberal; he is a very popular guy around the bathhouse.”
    3. “Liberals suck big time”

  57. samiam60 says:

    VF,

    I think I have made very clear my admiration for you and many of the other ladies on this blog.
    It is “That Fire” I see you the ladies here that inspires me so. If America is to stay free than nothing less will do.

    Foxwood says

    YIKES Sami! Be vewy vewy cowfull.

  58. samhenry says:

    I’m an emotional woman and proud of it. Emotional women are at least alive and not Orobots.

    Keep your stormtroopers out of MA Odrama or a couple of emotional New Yorkers will be over to greet them with a small dog that yaps and a big DOG that plays taps.

    Off to the emerald city VF, Sami and FOX

  59. Foxwood says:

    Morning Rosey!

    Morning SamH!

    🙂

  60. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning Rosie, SamH, and Foxwood 🙂

  61. Foxwood says:

    Leaving on company truck???

    BBL

  62. samiam60 says:

    INFLATION IS NOW UP 2.7%

    We knew the Obama policies would give us that.

    Those are the only numbers Obama can get to go up

  63. rosehips says:

    This is what’s happening in my neck of the woods. Kretz is my state rep.

    January 15, 2010 in City
    Lawmakers tout states’ rights
    Republican-sponsored bills would overrule U.S. powers
    Jim Camden The Spokesman-Review

    OLYMPIA – The time has come for people who believe in states’ rights to move from protest to political action, a Spokane Valley legislator told a crowd on the steps of the Capitol on Thursday.

    Rep. Matt Shea, a first-term Republican, told a crowd estimated at between 200 and 300 they need to rein in a federal government that’s becoming too powerful and too intrusive.

    “We will not suffer government any more telling us how to live our daily lives … buy our health insurance … buy our energy,” Shea said.

    He and other House Republicans have introduced a series of bills they say will allow Washington to reassert rights it has under the 10th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Among his bills are proposals to nullify any national health care plan in Washington state, nullify any cap-and-trade system set up on energy, keep the federal government from regulating any firearm manufactured in the state and require federal agents to check with a sheriff before conducting an investigation in a Washington county.

    While he called the bills a way to reclaim state sovereignty, prospects of their passage are not good – Republicans are in significant minorities in both houses. Rep. Joel Kretz, R-Wauconda, a co-sponsor of many of the bills, said they represent issues important to many of the constituents in his rural northeastern Washington district, but may not get committee hearings, let alone floor votes, this year.

  64. Foxwood says:

    Glenn Beck: “Brown can only win if his poll numbers are in a 7 to 10 lead. 4 points are within the margin of error and no one will say a word if some cheating is done.”

  65. rosehips says:

    and good morning foxy, SH, sami and VF!

    time for a refill?

  66. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning SamHenry! Rosehips!

    I am typing away on the next blogpost… will get it published shortly.

    back to the blog mines for now…

  67. rosehips says:

    Well, it is really starting to look like Brown might just pull this off. If he does, I will be the first to offer kudos to all of you who helped in his campaign to fill the larger than life seat of the late, great Ted Kennedy, may he rest in peace.

    from the Wash post:

    New poll shows Brown ahead in Mass. Senate special election
    1. A new Suffolk University poll shows state Sen. Scott Brown (R) has surged to a 50 percent to 46 percent lead over state Attorney General Martha Coakley with four days left in the Massachusetts Senate special election. The poll, which was released late Thursday night, reveals fascinating data, most of which paints a tough portrait for Coakley. An example: Just one in four voters think she will be an independent voice while 64 percent said she would “toe the party line.” The poll suggests that Coakley’s best (last?) chance to salvage the race might be to bring President Obama to the state; Obama is still viewed positively in the state with 55 percent having a favorable opinion of him and 35 percent regarding him unfavorably. The White House has been mum about a last-minute Obama visit although a trip by the president to the state even as the disaster in Haiti continues to play out on television screens across the country would be a clear risk. The new Suffolk numbers come just as the television airwaves have reached their saturation point — one Republican tells the Fix that there is almost no television time left to buy. What that likely means is that the paid media for both sides will likely cancel itself out and the final few days will be a battle for so-called earned media — a.k.a. press coverage by the state’s newspapers, television channels and radio stations. That means that what Coakley and Brown do — or don’t do — tactically over the next few days on the stump can make all the difference. Still, Coakley is hoping to break through the ad clamor with her closing ad, an endorsement spot from Vicki Kennedy, the widow of the late Senator, that hits airwaves this morning. “It’s not the Kennedy seat, it’s the peoples’ seat,” she says in the ad. “The mother struggling to make ends meet, the father trying to find a job. My husband fought for them and so does Martha Coakley.” We asked one smart strategist from each party to break down what their side needs to do to win on Tuesday. From the Democratic side: “It is about the message — can Brown really be an effective ambassador for you to Washington? The answer is no, but we aren’t there yet. If they make it about that message, we will win. If they make it about Democratic big-wigs, we will lose.” From the Republican side: “Brown needs to keep doing what he’s been doing, partly riding a national wave that might engulf Massachusetts, and partly being a nice guy Republican who’s a reasonable alternative to the chilly Coakley. Brown has been skillfully riding these two waves and that’s got him in likely a dead heat in a 3-1 Democratic state.”

  68. rosehips says:

    ach, I am out of half n half. luckily I found a can of evaporated milk in the cupboard. I’ve stopped buying milk because it ends up going bad. But I do like creamer in my coffee.

  69. Foxwood says:

    Kennedy and Dodd… the two heels in a waitress sandwich.

  70. rosehips says:

    and I think Brown will need a resounding win in order to even be considered for certification before the health care vote, if it does indeed happen by Feb.

  71. rosehips says:

    foxy, a waitress sandwich?

  72. VotingFemale says:

    Rosehips… the 50 to 46 poll is the basis of the blogpost I am working on

    for a sneak preview of its graphic, see…

  73. Foxwood says:

    A 3 some, Rosey.

  74. Foxwood says:

    The wife of uncle Teddy calls Brown a far rigtt teabagger.

  75. rosehips says:

    foxy, thanks for the waitress sandwich info. I’m gonna keep that in mind for my next threesome. I gotta dust off my waitress uniform. lol

  76. rosehips says:

    VF, can’t wait for your next post!

  77. m2 says:

    Morning all!

    Krauthammer has a good article out. Also gives the real insight into healthcare-

    Y’all Obama is not just a marxist -his administration is a fascist dictatorship now… The dictatorship is now controlling private industry… That’s what the healthcare bill is. He already controls finance after forcing healthy banks to tale TARP when they said ‘no’ and they have repaid yet now says he controls their earnings… He controls Auto, and forced rightful shareholders into bankruptcy.. And the healthcare bill is dictatorial control of all insurance.

    What gives congress the smarts to think they can manage anything? Most have been in the same job there for 40 years (like Reid)… They are statistically all attourney backgrounds who are roundly the lowest graduates in their class.

    they take jobs that pay less than the private sector where real talent earns what they’re worth… Although congress has given so many raises to themselves they will be surpassing their equivalents in the private sector.

    So what qualifies them to tell banks and CEOs of car companies and healthcare industries what to do?

    Nothing. Most of them are idiots.

    Look at Coakley. Even if we didn’t have a fascist administration rt now, she’d bomb without the special interests and DNC frauding the vote for her…. Apart from outside influences, the woman is an idiot. It’s totally screaming off her persona… But since she is a Dem they can carry her low level brain power into a possible win through the usual Dem means…

    Anyway, I have no doubt now that Obama is a Fascist Dictator.

  78. rosehips says:

    where did sami go?

  79. Foxwood says:

    During the Clinton admin, Rosey, I wore a t-shirt that said, “I know an intern at the Whitehouse and all I got was this c*ummy shirt.”

  80. rosehips says:

    morning m2! I see you are in top form this morn. you go girl!

    m2 said: Y’all Obama is not just a marxist -his administration is a fascist dictatorship now…

  81. rosehips says:

    foxy, that was you???? lolol

    foxy said: During the Clinton admin, Rosey, I wore a t-shirt that said, “I know an intern at the Whitehouse and all I got was this c*ummy shirt.”

  82. rosehips says:

    foxy, do you know what Monica Lewinski’s favorite childhood game was?

  83. m2 says:

    Rose did you know Coakley said that Catholics shouldn’t work in emergency rooms?

    Come on, MA deserved someone who is not a total brain fart, THAT is an insult to even Tedders.

  84. rosehips says:

    ml’s favorite childhood game:
    Swallow the Leader

    hahahhahahaaha

  85. Foxwood says:

    I could comment more, Rose, but we are probably already in trouble 🙂

  86. rosehips says:

    m2, really? why would that be?

    can you be a lapsed catholic? just asking because my sister works in an emergency room. She’ll be interested, I’m sure. I’m trying to think why she would say that?

  87. rosehips says:

    foxy, my thoughts exactly! lol

  88. Foxwood says:

    Just heard that on Glenn, M2.

  89. rosehips says:

    of course VF’s comment below gives us a bit of an out. 🙂

    vf said: Schumer calling Brown a sucker of scrotums has been being used as a hammer on him.

  90. Foxwood says:

    That includes Catholic hospitals.

  91. rosehips says:

    ok, here’s where she said it:

    Ken Pittman: Right, if you are a Catholic, and believe what the Pope teaches that any form of birth control is a sin. ah you don’t want to do that.

    Martha Coakley: No we have a seperation of church and state Ken, lets be clear.

    Ken Pittman: In the emergency room you still have your religious freedom.

    Martha Coakley: (……uh, eh…um..) The law says that people are allowed to have that. You can have religious freedom but you probably shouldn’t work in the emergency room.

  92. m2 says:

    I guess those Catholic Hospitals should close, huh Coakley… Well I think the majority of hospitals will have to close.. Coakley identifies them as a non seperation of church and state.

  93. Foxwood says:

    That includes Catholic hospitals, M2.

  94. m2 says:

    I think the interviewer was shocked… LOL…

  95. rosehips says:

    so I guess the hc bill will include reproductive counseling in emergency rooms? hmmmm….

    well, I guess there could be great benefits to taxpayers if that happens. Many of our most poor use the emergency room for non-emergencies. They also have a higher proportion of unplanned pregancies and less access to birth control.

    If someone is pro life, this could be a serious conflict for them, but I think it’s wrong to suggest they shouldn’t work there.

  96. m2 says:

    Rosehips, here is something I think you’ll really like, I bet it will suck you in… I know it did
    for me yesterday….

    http://anotherblackconservative.blogspot.com/2010/01/full-video-glenn-beck-special-on-black.html

  97. Foxwood says:

    How does abortion enter into an emergency room?

    “Ma’am, are you sure you want that baby? We offer abortions services.”

  98. m2 says:

    Well they can counsel them to choose life if they are pro-life…. LOL!

    Would that be against the o’great State, Martha????

    Hahaha…
    Martha is a putz-head.

  99. rosehips says:

    good question!

    m2 said: Well they can counsel them to choose life if they are pro-life…. LOL!

    Would that be against the o’great State, Martha????

  100. m2 says:

    The abortion ‘entering’ the emergency room is just an excuse for Martha’s putz-ness that lib bloggers prolly tried to defend her idiocy with. The way she suggests freedom of religion it would seem that all religious private hospitals shouldn’t be in ‘the biz’.

  101. m2 says:

    Check out that black conservative site rose, I know you love a differing POV and I think the discussion on Glenn was full of great insight!

  102. rosehips says:

    foxy, yeah they can also offer discount services:

    “M’am, We have a special this month on “tag-along abortions”. While we are going in after your appendix, we can do an abortive c section for half the normal price.”

  103. rosehips says:

    okay m2, I will.

  104. rosehips says:

    holy crap! I was just trying to draw me a bath and there’s no water! I just about panicked thinking there was a burst pipe but then I realized that all these trucks with flashing lights have been doing something outside and I went out and talked to the guys. There is a water main leak that is trying to flood some of my neighbors! The guy I talked to would not tell me when the water would be turned back on! damn.

  105. Foxwood says:

    And as you said, M2, It is a way to get rid of Religion in hospitals. Not just Catholic hospitals.

  106. m2 says:

    Obviously if a woman was in an accident and pregnant, or had a health accident- I believe it’s the Hyppocratic Oath to save any and every life that can be saved.

    This fantasy that libs have that all abortion is the result of a life or death scenerio seems in reality categorically false and probably constitutes a marginal percentage of abortion. They just use it to make themselves feel better about supporting abortion.

    Well I got to go and do stuff…

  107. Foxwood says:

    You didn’t run out there in your bath towel, Rosey?

  108. m2 says:

    That sucks Rose! Sucks!

  109. Foxwood says:

    No, Your that woman that goes nude in her yard, the one I saw on the news…

  110. Foxwood says:

    James Madison, the father of the Constitution, on Haiti.

    “Charity is no part of the legislative duty of the government.” –James Madison

    In 1794, when Congress appropriated $15,000 for relief of French refugees who fled from insurrection in San Domingo to Baltimore and Philadelphia, James Madison stood on the floor of the House to object saying, “I cannot undertake to lay my finger on that article of the Constitution which granted a right to Congress of expending, on objects of benevolence, the money of their constituents.” — James Madison, 4 Annals of congress 179 (1794)

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