Obama? Come stump for Coakley and you will See… a Boston Tea Party just for Thee; UPDATE: Obama’s Boston Tea Party On, lets ROLL

In Massachusetts
We don’t Take Tyranny lying down, sir.

If you show up in Massachusetts, it will serve as a protest rally cry to all Tea Party Patriots throughout Massachusetts and New England by the 100s of thousands.

Remember seeing the sea of 912 protesters on the National Mall from Marine One as you left Washington on September 12, 2009?

I KNOW you saw them… there were MILLIONS

We are even more determined now than ever

Go ahead Barack… stump for Martha Coakley in Massachusetts

And see a BLUE state gone RED

Our Anti-Obama Signs… Our Anti-ObamaCare Signs… are ready!

Consider this Our Engraved Invitation
Make Our Day…

UPDATE:

AAAAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

Obama Accepted The Invitation!

The One
will Stump for Coakley
on Sunday, January 17, 2010

It’s Boston Tea Party Time

LETS ROLL

Updated January 15, 2010

Obama to Visit Massachusetts in Final Campaign Push for Coakley

FOXNews.com

President Obama will travel to Massachusetts Sunday to try to save Martha Coakley’s flagging campaign from an upset loss to Scott Brown, the Republican whose surging candidacy has stripped away the sense of inevitability Coakley once had in the race for the late Sen. Ted Kennedy’s former seat. [wrong, The People’s Seat]

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Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion: When Martha Dissed Teddy and Brown Up 4 In Suffolk Univ. Poll and Something You Don’t Know About Scott Brown and Obama’s Strange Video for Coakley and Brown Hip Checks Coakley On Fenway Insult and Trolls for Coakley and Coakley Takes Slap Shot At Fenway Coakley Takes Slap Shot At Fenway Fans This Photo May Change The Election Coakley Admits She Is In Deep Trouble
HOTAiR: The “Kennedy seat” attitude isn’t helping and 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: HILLARY GOES WEAK-KNEED ON IRAN SANCTIONS and   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: Coakley and the Curling-Iron Rapist, Part II: Why Did it Take So Long to Press Charges? BREAKING-Martha Coakley: Devout Catholics ‘Probably Shouldn’t Work in the Emergency Room’ 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: Dem Strategist: “Bottom Has Fallen Out of Coakley’s Poll Numbers; She is Destined to Lose” Herald Reporter: “It Becomes Increasingly Clear Brown is Winning With Voters Who Work For a Living” Scott Brown Calls On Martha Coakley to Make a Stand Against Paul Kirk’s Scandalous Admission (Video) Scott Brown Surges Ahead of Martha Coakley In Latest Poll Martha Coakley on Afghanistan: Mission Accomplished MASSACHUSETTS SENATE RACE MOVED FROM “LEAN DEM” TO “TOSS-UP” Coakley Scrambling For O bama Visit to Boost Campaign 2010 Expected to Be Record Year For Foreclusures as Obama Unemployment Rate Continues to Climb
Sister Toldjah: Scott Brown surges in MA WS reporter gets shoved by Coakley aide, AP says reporter “stumbled”
Nice Deb: Poll: Which Gaffe Hurt Martha Coakley The Most? Coakley Caption Contest and Video: Massachusetts Miracle
Frugal Café: No Peace with His Pizza… Nebraska’s Sen. Ben ‘Pig Trough’ Nelson Is Booed by Angry Voters at Pizza Joint Distressed Starship USS Coakley: Even MA Union Members Are Voting for Scott Brown, Obama is MIA… Is Coakley Going Down in Flames? Expect a Miracle in Massachusetts: Government’s Pundits & Puppets Wrong Again… Massachusetts Miracle, & More Brown Videos 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: Da bomb: Brown reportedly raises $1 million a day this week; Cook also moves race to “Toss-Up;” Update: New poll: Brown-50, Coakley-46 Coakley’s worst enemy: Her tongue 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: Black Panthers, Barack Obama and The Election Democrats fall to the lowest level recorded 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”
MoonBat Patrol:
2010 Election Reboot, And The Potential Fallout.
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: Next MA Dem Tactic – Bring Out Your Dead! I have a misspelling for you, Martha: CROAKLEY!
Dancing Czars: Matthews: America is the Book Palin Didn’t Read! ‘She Doesn’t Know Us!’ Scott Brown: Obama not invited to this party MASSACHUSETTS, KEY STATES ABSOLUTELY CRITICAL TO STOP OBAMA 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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290 Responses to Obama? Come stump for Coakley and you will See… a Boston Tea Party just for Thee; UPDATE: Obama’s Boston Tea Party On, lets ROLL

  1. ohiobelle says:

    Lisa wrote: Hi Belle
    How is your puppy today?

    Doing a little better. He won’t be able to walk for a while and he’ll have to keep the 8 staples in for 7-10 days. The pain medicine appears to be working really well.

    Did you guys hear about the airline scare today? At least we had warning that this could happen today.

  2. Foxwood says:

    This is Copyrighted so I can’t repost:

    Russian hackers jam traffic with porn video

    http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5jmWbKayz-vOt1Hh5YDih127QJVrw

  3. ohiobelle says:

    The only way to keep Obama away from Massachusetts is to have a tea party. He tends to leave town if there is a tea party.

  4. Foxwood says:

    Rush news: “Lookout for a last minute scandal on Brown with no time for him to respond. It’s already out there that he’s posed nude.”

  5. Foxwood says:

    If I could, I’d like to show up to that teaparty.

  6. ohiobelle says:

    haha. They couldn’t shut the porn off any sooner than 20 minutes? I’d say 18 minutes went to the chicken and 2 minutes to shut it down. lol

  7. ohiobelle says:

    Fox wrote: Rush news: “Lookout for a last minute scandal on Brown with no time for him to respond. It’s already out there that he’s posed nude.”

    I think it would take more than a nude pic to be considered a full blown scandal. lol

  8. samiam60 says:

    Obama to Visit Massachusetts in Final Campaign Push for Coakley

    President Obama will travel to Massachusetts Sunday to try to save Martha Coakley’s flagging campaign from an upset loss to Scott Brown, the Republican whose surging candidacy has stripped away the sense of inevitability Coakley once had in the race for the late Sen. Ted Kennedy’s former seat.

  9. LisaInTX says:

    The CORRUPT DNC and their rabid commie dogs of war, will stop at nothing to keep from losing this seat.
    I expect they will soon say he is the VERY Devil himself come to steal their souls, which they have already sold to further the Commie agenda—They don’t realize, they can’t sell their souls twice!

  10. samiam60 says:

    President Obama will travel to Massachusetts Sunday to try to save Martha Coakley’s flagging campaign from an upset loss to Scott Brown, the Republican whose surging candidacy has stripped away the sense of inevitability Coakley once had in the race for the late Sen. Ted Kennedy’s former seat.

    The White House had been playing coy over the possibility of such a visit, saying it wasn’t in the cards as Coakley floated hints in the press that she wanted the president to campaign for her. Former President Bill Clinton and Sen. John Kerry are holding a rally for the Democratic candidate Friday, but Coakley, the state attorney general, is looking for a last-minute push to try to keep Brown’s campaign at bay.

    The election is set for Tuesday.

    Polls show the race is now a dead heat, and the most recent survey has Brown leading by 4 points. The Republican state senator has all the momentum — he’s reportedly raising money at a rate of $1 million a day — and there’s no shortage of criticism in political circles for the way Coakley and her allies have run her campaign.

    Just one month ago, Coakley was considered a shoo-in to claim the U.S. Senate seat formerly held by Kennedy.
    related links

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    Brown Takes Lead Over Coakley in Massachusetts Race, Poll Shows
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    Brown Reportedly Raising $1 Million Per Day in Senate Race

    “Who could have foreseen this a month ago? … This is absolutely amazing,” said Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics. “(Coakley’s) problem is they’ve got to motivate Democrats.”

    Coakley’s campaign has been plagued by missteps, big and small, that may have given Brown an opening.

    She’s been broadly criticized for not being aggressive enough, particularly when Brown’s campaign put up a brazen ad late last month comparing his campaign for a Democratic seat to John F. Kennedy’s campaign nearly 60 years ago for what was then a Republican seat.

    Asked if her campaign was going too soft, Coakley may have made another blunder.

    “As opposed to standing outside Fenway Park? In the cold? Shaking hands?” she told The Boston Globe, in what appeared to be a reference to Brown’s campaigning style.

    Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, a figure of considerable stature in baseball-mad New England, picked up on that line and blasted Coakley as an elitist who wasn’t trying hard enough to win the seat.

    “She’s apparently been trying to win the title of Worst Political Campaign Ever, and she might have just clinched it with her little dig at Scott Brown over Fenway Park,” Schilling wrote on his blog.

    The Democratic Party’s heavy hitters, meanwhile, have kicked into overdrive, with top senators appealing to supporters for donations and traveling to Massachusetts.

    Democrats warn that a Brown win could torpedo health care reform and other Obama administration initiatives, since he would break the Democrats’ 60-vote, filibuster-proof majority in the Senate. “This is our wake-up call,” Kerry said in a recent fundraising e-mail.

    “Martha’s vote is critical to getting health care and the rest of President Obama’s agenda passed,” Kerry wrote.

    But Murphy’s law seems to have prevailed over the past week.

    — A Coakley supporter knocked over a reporter from the Weekly Standard in full view of the cameras outside a Washington fundraiser Tuesday. Coakley said she didn’t see it, but a photograph of the incident appeared to show her looking in the direction of the reporter when he fell. Her supporter later apologized.

    — Coakley was quoted at that fundraiser saying a loss in Massachusetts would be “hell” for Democrats in the 2010 elections. She denied she said it, but observers in the room confirmed that she had.

    — Coakley’s campaign even misspelled Massachusetts in one of her ads, an error quickly pointed out by Republicans.

    Before deciding to visit the state this weekend, the president did come to Coakley’s aid by cutting an online video for her, calling on supporters to put on their “walking shoes” and bring out people to vote.

    “In Washington, I’m fighting to curb the abuses of a health insurance industry that routinely denies care,” Obama said. “I’m fighting for financial reforms to stop Wall Street from playing havoc with our economy. I’m fighting to create a new, clean energy economy.

    “And it’s clear now that the outcome of these and other fights will probably rest on one vote in the United States Senate.”

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/01/15/coakley-suffers-setbacks-final-week-senate-campaign/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%253A+foxnews%252Fpolitics+%2528Text+-+Politics%2529

  11. Foxwood says:

    Belle said:
    “Fox wrote: Rush news: “Lookout for a last minute scandal on Brown with no time for him to respond. It’s already out there that he’s posed nude.”

    I think it would take more than a nude pic to be considered a full blown scandal. lol”

    Shhhhhhhh! I’m covertly trying to convert Rosey.

  12. rosehips says:

    ha, I thought I already exposed Brown as a former pin-up boy but don’t worry, I hear he didn’t show all. It’s not a secret and hopefully its a non-issue.

  13. LisaInTX says:

    Belle
    Glad your pup is doing better.
    Nude pictures of Brown—hmmmm, that would be easy on the eyes. ;p

  14. rosehips says:

    and belle, glad to hear your pooch is doing okay. did they take that monster next door away?

  15. rosehips says:

    lisa, he posed for Cosmo back in college, I think.

  16. rosehips says:

    I hope noone minds if I post this article from the Huffpo?

    Haiti and the Depths of Darkness

  17. rosehips says:

    Amy WilentzWriter, Haiti, Middle East, LA

    It’s the middle of the night and I’m trying unsuccessfully to locate friends in Port-au-Prince over the Internet. Nothing’s getting me anywhere. I’m imagining the apartment building where I last saw Renald Clerisme, a former priest who was a hard worker in the cause of democracy and who was foreign minister under Rene Preval for a time. Renald is an old friend of mine and one of the great analysts of the Haitian scene, humorous and caustic even, and always quick to rip through hypocrisy. His place was in a new and modern apartment building, and I am finding it hard, as I scroll through Google Earth and the New York Times before-and-after photos, to believe it survived. I’m hoping he wasn’t home when the earthquake struck.

    I’m sitting right now under a painting I bought at the Hotel Oloffson in late January, 1986, on my first visit. The Duvalier dynasty was about to fall. The painting is by Pierre Joseph Valcin and it features the personifications (although I didn’t know it at the time) of the voodoo figures Cousin Zaka and Baron Samedi. Zaka is a central agricultural figure, the god of the fields, and Baron is the lord of the cemetery. In the painting the two are meeting in a wooded but solitary grove, Baron atop a white horse. Both men are barefoot and the trees that surround them seem alive and full of a kind of spirited menace. The two men seem to be arranging something between them — now when I look at it the painting seems to have some new awful meaning, and I’ve just noticed for the first time that Zaka has under his arm a tiny coffin. Read one way, it’s a farmer leading the lord of the cemetery through the last forest of Haiti.

    And of course one reason there are so many dead in Haiti is that agriculture in the countryside was no longer providing a livelihood for Haitian peasants; they moved in the thousands to the capital, they built shanties on the sides of canyons; all gone now. I won’t go over the arguments against globalization for countries like Haiti here. Suffice it to say that Haiti, once the Pearl of the Antilles, once France’s most valuable and productive colony, and still into the 19th century at least an important provider of the world’s sugar, rum, and coffee, is now a net importer.

    The earthquake did some very bizarre things, things that we can see very clearly, while Haitians on the ground may not realize what’s gone. The absolute deflation of the National Palace — one doesn’t know how to feel about it, properly. So many bad things went on there. Papa Doc Duvalier did much of his wretched planning and conniving in that giant white behemoth. Baby Doc had parties there and lived in regal splendor with his babe of a wife, the witchy Michele Bennett.

    After Baby Doc fled with Michele, I attended the installation of the National Council of Government (more like a US-installed junta, for all the fancy name) and watched in amazement as a panic tore through a ceremony and people knocked over their gold-painted, red-cushioned chairs as they tried to flee the room. When Aristide came into power, he spoke from the steps of the building to a huge crowd of Haitians who gathered behind the Palace fence.

    A few days later, he took me on a tour, and showed me Michele Bennett’s disco dressing room, as big as an American living room, and her refrigerated fur closet (in a tropical country!). There were always great fat geese wandering around the palace grounds in the back, and big men with guns patrolling. Now this imposing triple-domed edifice looks like three fat pillows that have lost their stuffing.

    The earthquake has erased both the personal and political past. It’s a terribly strange sensation, as if memory has been ripped away. Port-au-Prince’s charm was always ramshackle. There were still gingerbread houses, as of Monday, and some old wooden construction downtown that had escaped fire and flood. Downtown, especially on Grande Rue, there was a kind of cacophony and chaos that still seemed to work; the people of Haiti are very very busy all the time because to cobble anything together there, anything of sustenance, takes a tremendous amount of energy. Now whole neighborhoods are gone. I read in the Tweets of friends in Haiti that all the places where we lived are flattened, and hundreds of the residents killed. One Tweet I read yesterday from Richard Morse, who sometimes blogs here and who runs the Oloffson, read simply “Bodies. Bodies. Bodies. Bodies….”

    In the old days when I talked to my friend Renald, I would laugh at his optimism. It didn’t matter who had been assassinated recently, or what economic crisis was happening, what flood. It didn’t matter who was in jail or who’d been let out. Or which American president had imposed or removed what key tariff, or what Jesse Helms (a real hater of the Haitian people, like Pat Robertson and Rush Limbaugh) had said or done that day, that week, that year. Renald would just laugh his sibilant little laugh and drink his ginger tea and proclaim that things would get better and that Haiti would survive. He had a former priest’s Christian attitude about resurrection and renewal, while I advocated for a kind of militant Jewish pessimism.

    But now I’m on Renald’s side. I don’t see where you go with this kind of catastrophe, since the earthquake has made the choice so stark between despair and hope. I’ve decided to opt for optimism. Haitians have incredible reserves of defiance, resilience, and perseverance. I’m trusting that these sterling qualities — combined of course with water, food, and proper medicine, all beginning to come into the country as I write — will help the quake’s hundreds of thousands, and even millions, of survivors get through the first weeks and pull the country out of the depths of this darkness.

  18. Foxwood says:

    Rush said Cosmo, but that didn’t make sense.

  19. LisaInTX says:

    Let us hope for a REPEAT of this SAME great speech!!! LMAO…..bring it ON Nobama!!! Brown needs your influence to help him win HANDS DOWN!!! lol

  20. Foxwood says:

    HUFFPO! AAAAAAHHHHHHHG! I”M MEEEEEEEELLLLLLTING!

  21. LisaInTX says:

    Here we go! This is what the Commie In Charge thinks!!

  22. rosehips says:

    Sounds like the prez will be there on Sunday VF. Better get your signage ready…

    Dems launch, pull ad slamming Brown on bank fees
    Posted: January 15th, 2010 02:09 PM ET
    (CNN) – Senate Democrats released an ad Friday morning linking Massachusetts Senate candidate Scott Brown to Wall Street execs and his opposition to President Obama’s bank fee plan – though they quickly pulled the spot for an edit after critics pointed out that a visual of the World Trade Center appeared briefly in the background.

    “Republican Scott Brown opposes President Obama’s plan to reform Wall Street,” the narrator said in “Derail,” the 30-second ad from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.

    “That’s right, Scott Brown actually opposes the plan to crack down on the greed and corruption that nearly destroyed our economy. …But if Brown won’t protect American consumers from corporate predators, what IS his agenda?”

    DSCC spokesman Eric Schultz said Friday afternoon that a new version of the ad had already been shipped to stations.

  23. rosehips says:

    Sign for Tea Party Rally:

    It’s the People’s Seat, You Idiots!

    Stump 1, Stump 2, Stump 3, You’re Out!

    Yes to New, Hot Blood. No to Thug-loving Commies!

  24. samhenry says:

    Hello RoseHenry, Lisa, FOX, VF

    I’m glad Obama will be in Massachusetts. That will be the icing on the crisis cake before it crumbles. People know what’s going on and I think it will backfire on him. I think it will turn people off like a wet skunk at a spa.

  25. Foxwood says:

    Barney Frank says, “Ifth’; Sth’;`cott Brown winth’;,s it will be th`,’e end of health’,` care.”

  26. Foxwood says:

    Puddy tat translation: “If Scott Brown wins, it will be the end of healthcare.”

  27. LisaInTX says:

    Afternoon SH
    Yeah, Ooo, Ooo, that skunk smell…hate it when that happens—LOL

  28. Foxwood says:

    Your quick today, Lisa!

  29. LisaInTX says:

    Fox
    I heard that Barney the Frank has joined with Ron Paul to audit the Fed??? Now THAT is scary!!!! hahahaha

  30. Foxwood says:

    Hey, I’m all for it, Lisa!

  31. LisaInTX says:

    Fox
    LOL—I went to bed early so I could get up early to sort out those commie worms.

  32. samhenry says:

    Thanks for the stinky song, Lisa lol

    Great blogposts today VF. So exciting to have one of the gang on the inside. I hope Brown has legions out watching the polls.

  33. TeaPartyPatriot says:

    Obama is coming for the weekend to help the Democrats win….

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20100115/ap_on_el_se/us_kennedy_successor

  34. LisaInTX says:

    SH
    LOL—-:-} glad you enjoyed it…hahaha
    Skynyrd is one of my fav bands…

  35. LisaInTX says:

    Fox
    Can’t remember the details, but Franks was in it, in exchange for Paul’s support on one of HIS pet projects???

  36. rosehips says:

    lisa, there is a scene in the movie “Bruno” with Ron Paul which is kind of funny, but a bit over the line imo. I mean the guy is a presidential candidate and Bruno gets him in a hotel room on a farce and starts acting very suggestively (gay). Ron handles it well but ends up getting taped saying something about fags, which might have gotten him in trouble with the gay crowd.

    Some of the other stunts Bruno pulled were unbelievable. He had Paula Abdul (i think) and Pete Rose sitting on the backs of Mexicans at a fake interview. It was a big beautiful house with a swimming pool but no furniture. So Bruno calls in the gardeners and pool maintenance guys to get down on all fours so the interviewees could sit down on their backs. I could not believe my eyes….

    lisa said: I heard that Barney the Frank has joined with Ron Paul to audit the Fed??? Now THAT is scary!!!! hahahaha

  37. Foxwood says:

    “Can’t remember the details, but Franks was in it, in exchange for Paul’s support on one of HIS pet projects???”

    I hope it doesn’t get Paul in the end…

  38. LisaInTX says:

    I gotta run folks—Enjoyed hanging out with y’all….
    One of my Army son’s battle buddy’s is driving up and I gotta run prepare a welcoming for him…

  39. rosehips says:

    and hey there SH, good to see you!

  40. LisaInTX says:

    Rose
    I’ll have to see if I can find that clip—I’d like to see that–lol

    Fox
    I hope not either….we need Ron Paul untainted by the likes of Frank and beanies…

  41. ohiobelle says:

    Rose wrote: and belle, glad to hear your pooch is doing okay. did they take that monster next door away?

    Nope! Monster owner actually came over today to see how he was doing. I thought that was a nice thing to do but still not enough. I told him that I would let this go only if he put a muzzle on his dog everytime she goes outside. He said he would “consider” that. I told him that if that was done then I would “consider” putting my gun back in the closet. I don’t think the conversation went that well.

  42. rosehips says:

    whoa belle. down girl. hehehe
    watch out what you say about guns. that can get a person a little skittish.

    belle said: Nope! Monster owner actually came over today to see how he was doing. I thought that was a nice thing to do but still not enough. I told him that I would let this go only if he put a muzzle on his dog everytime she goes outside. He said he would “consider” that. I told him that if that was done then I would “consider” putting my gun back in the closet. I don’t think the conversation went that well.

  43. ohiobelle says:

    I would only use the gun if my kids were in danger. The monster has jumped over the fence 1 too many times. Make no mistake that I would do whatever I had to do to protect the children.
    The video cameras would clear me of any wrong doing. The video cameras were recently installed to protect the other neighbor that was attacked by the monster.

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  45. VotingFemale says:

    check the update to this blogpost…

    rosehips says

    Sounds like the prez will be there on Sunday VF. Better get your signage ready…

  46. ohiobelle says:

    There are 5 incidents regarding the monster. I think the owner is starting to get the message. I never thought I’d see the day that he knocked on my door.

    I honestly hope we can get this resolved. I do not like fighting with the neighbors but you saw the picture of my dog… I mean c’mon… who would put up with this.

  47. rosehips says:

    lisa, I found this on youtube.

  48. Foxwood says:

    This is just too sweet…

    From:
    http://www.npr.org/blogs/politicaljunkie/2010/01/new_poll_has_brown_up_obama_wi.html

    New Poll Has Brown Up; Obama Will Campaign For Coakley

    January 15, 2010

    Just saying it out loud sounds crazy: The political world is focusing on a Senate race in Massachusetts.

    Yes, that Massachusetts. The one that hasn’t elected a Republican to the Senate since 1972 — ironically, the same year in which it was the only state in the nation to buck the Nixon tide. A state that has had an all-Democratic congressional delegation since 1997. The Senate seat at stake in Tuesday’s special election has been in Democratic hands since 1953.

    And yet, a new Suffolk University poll has the Republican candidate, state Sen. Scott Brown, slightly ahead of the Democrat, state Attorney General Martha Coakley. Brown 50, Coakley 46. Yes, it’s a statistical tie. But it’s nowhere near what the Boston Globe showed on Sunday, when it had Coakley up by 15 points.

    David Peleologos, the poll’s director, spelled it out:

    Although the results show a race within the statistical margin of error, Scott Brown has surged dramatically. He is attracting independent support by a wide margin and even winning some Democrats who won’t vote the party line this time.

    And here are some of the findings:

    Among men, Brown led Coakley 55 percent to 41 percent but trailed among women 50 percent to 45 percent.

    Seventy-eight percent of registered Democrats preferred Coakley, while 91 percent of registered Republicans and 65 percent of independents favored Brown.

    Brown led in most areas of the state, except Suffolk County, where Coakley crushed Brown 69 percent to 31 percent.

    Brown (57 percent favorable to 19 percent unfavorable) was viewed more positively than Coakley (49 percent favorable to 41 percent unfavorable).

    A third candidate in the race, an independent conveniently named Joe Kennedy, received three percent in the Suffolk poll. His politics is more Tea Party/libertarian than anything else, but he is after all named Kennedy (no relation to those Kennedys, however.) Lots of guessing on who gets hurt more by his presence; my guess is he takes more from Brown than Coakley. We’re talking about only a few points here, but in a close race, every vote counts … to coin a phrase.

    We can talk all day about reasons why the race is suddenly so close. Brown is a better candidate. Coakley sleptwalked the past month. The real point is this: Coakley supports the health-care bill currently in Congress. Brown would vote no. If Brown wins, he gives the GOP 41 votes in the Senate — enough to block the Democrats from passing the bill. Republicans say that the public’s antipathy for the Democrats’ bill is what’s spurring Brown’s rise and potential lead. If true, that sends a shiver down the neck of every Democrat running for Congress this year.

    Perhaps the fear of a Brown victory might be the spark that gets congressional Democrats on the same page on health care? Paul Kirk (D), the interim senator appointed shortly after Sen. Edward Kennedy died last summer, has said that even if Brown wins, he will vote for the bill.

    Former President Bill Clinton is in the state today, campaigning for Coakley, alongside Sen. John Kerry, just back from hip-replacement surgery. President Obama, wary of putting his prestige on the line, was content to send a Web video e-mail on her behalf.

    But that may not have been enough. NPR White House correspondent Scott Horsley confirms that Obama will head to the Bay State on Sunday to campaign for Coakley.

    For the longest time, the administration was torn about whether the president should go. We’ve been told over and over that presidents, especially ones who are not on the ballot, don’t have coattails, and we saw that last fall in Virginia and New Jersey. Whether it was justified or not, the respective defeats of Creigh Deeds and Gov. Jon Corzine were interpreted by some as a reflection on Obama’s job performance.

    But as the momentum seemed to be shifting in Brown’s direction, more pressure was being placed on the White House. What if Obama showed up and Coakley loses anyway? What would that say about the prospects for health care, or the future of his presidency? And if the Democrats can’t hold onto a Senate seat in Massachusetts, what are their prospects elsewhere?

    Apparently the White House felt too much was at stake for Obama to sit it out. The president would have been second-guessed no matter what he decided.

    Oh, the last time a Massachusetts Republican took a Senate seat away from the Democrats? 1946.

  49. Foxwood says:

    “I do not like fighting with the neighbors but you saw the picture of my dog… I mean c’mon… who would put up with this.”

    I like fighting with my neighbors… but my neighbors hate me… 😦

  50. rosehips says:

    belle, I hear you. neighborhood disputes are a total drag and yes it is good that your neighbor knows that you will protect your family at any cost and you’ll be covered as long as it is happening on your property.
    I am not authorized to dispense legal advice however….

  51. Foxwood says:

    I still can’t figure out why the kids in the neighborhood like to TP my trees.

  52. rosehips says:

    VF, update noted. Let’s Roll!!!

  53. rosehips says:

    and belle? video cameras~very good idea!

  54. rosehips says:

    foxy, I got egged the year before last and was not happy. Could it have been the Obama sticker on the back of my Mazda?

  55. VotingFemale says:

    BRING IT, OBAMA

    AAAAHAHAHAHAHA

    rosehips says

    VF, update noted. Let’s Roll!!!

  56. VotingFemale says:

    can you speak baseball bat?

    he ran into my bat and died… poor thing

    ohiobelle says

    I would only use the gun if my kids were in danger. The monster has jumped over the fence 1 too many times. Make no mistake that I would do whatever I had to do to protect the children.
    The video cameras would clear me of any wrong doing. The video cameras were recently installed to protect the other neighbor that was attacked by the monster.

  57. VotingFemale says:

    ya never see an obama bumper sticker these days… mmmm lol

    rosehips says

    foxy, I got egged the year before last and was not happy. Could it have been the Obama sticker on the back of my Mazda?

  58. VotingFemale says:

    I should play that on a megaphone at the Obama Boston Tea Party

  59. Foxwood says:

    Let it roll baby roll…

  60. Foxwood says:

    When I was a kid, I had a friend who would come over in his Thunderbird to pick me up and we’d go cruzin’. My dog didn’t like him. One day he came over, I was in the house and I heard a ruckus. I went to the door and there was my friend and my dog fighting over a baseball bat.

  61. rosehips says:

    dang, couldn’t find the abdul clip but here she is explaining it.

  62. rosehips says:

    haha vf. I do still see them around here sometimes, but mine is long swiped off. I haven’t replaced it yet, but I’ve got one here that says: “Shift Happens” lol

    vf said: ya never see an obama bumper sticker these days… mmmm lol

  63. samiam60 says:

    Is my time out over?

    Can I come back now?

  64. rosehips says:

    funny vid VF. I like that style of animation. love the brit accent mr. prez!

  65. VotingFemale says:

    beats a negro dialect, so says Hairy Reed

    rosehips says

    funny vid VF. I like that style of animation. love the brit accent mr. prez!

  66. LisaInTX says:

    Rose
    Paul looked like a mouse trapped under glass in that clip—-lol
    Talk about a seriously SICK culture we have…..but Paul laughed it off for the farce it was….He called him Queer…..guess that word is still acceptable now?

  67. VotingFemale says:

    A Vote For Marpha Dorkley
    is a Vote For Tyranny

    possible protest sign

  68. ohiobelle says:

    “New Poll Has Brown Up; Obama Will Campaign For Coakley”

    That is only a plus for Brown. Obama doesn’t have the pull to help anybody.

  69. VotingFemale says:

    hahahahahaha

    Foxwood says

    When I was a kid, I had a friend who would come over in his Thunderbird to pick me up and we’d go cruzin’. My dog didn’t like him. One day he came over, I was in the house and I heard a ruckus. I went to the door and there was my friend and my dog fighting over a baseball bat.

  70. VotingFemale says:

    Samiam? come back in here dear!

  71. LisaInTX says:

    Sami
    Not to speak for VF, but IMO….
    You were not in the dog house, but in the cat house—no time out required!—lol

  72. VotingFemale says:

    Obama arrogance is his own punishment
    he just cant grasp that he is hated by more than there are koolaiders

    dumb bastard that he is!

    Bring It Barack! You Dumbass!

    ohiobelle says

    “New Poll Has Brown Up; Obama Will Campaign For Coakley”

    That is only a plus for Brown. Obama doesn’t have the pull to help anybody.

  73. ohiobelle says:

    vf wrote: can you speak baseball bat?

    he ran into my bat and died… poor thing

    I am afraid of getting too close to her. She already has a craving for my blood. lol

  74. LisaInTX says:

    VF
    I like your bat theory too.
    “Poor pup—-he just hit my bat sooooo hard with his head, didn’t know a dog could explode his wee brains like that….maybe you should consider a helmet for your NEXT killer attack dog from hell.”

  75. ohiobelle says:

    vf wrote: Bring It Barack! You Dumbass!

    hahaha. He is very foolish to think he will help anybody. The only people he can help is US!!

  76. LisaInTX says:

    Okay—off again—bbl

  77. VotingFemale says:

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    LisaInTX says

    VF
    I like your bat theory too.
    “Poor pup—-he just hit my bat sooooo hard with his head, didn’t know a dog could explode his wee brains like that….maybe you should consider a helmet for your NEXT killer attack dog from hell.”

  78. ohiobelle says:

    Lisa wrote: “Poor pup—-he just hit my bat sooooo hard with his head, didn’t know a dog could explode his wee brains like that….maybe you should consider a helmet for your NEXT killer attack dog from hell.”

    hahaha. I am going to take a picture of the monster and email it to you. You decide if you would get that close to her. haha

  79. ohiobelle says:

    Does chocolate really kill dogs?? lol

  80. samiam60 says:

    Ohiobelle,

    Rent a Cougar.

  81. ohiobelle says:

    Sam wrote: Rent a Cougar.

    hahah. I wouldn’t want the cougar to get hurt.

  82. ohiobelle says:

    I am off for a little bit. I will return shortly.

    I might try to get that picture of the monster.

  83. ohiobelle says:

    Sam, hahah I love the video!!

  84. rosehips says:

    lisa, yeah, he called him queer. my bad. is queer better than fag? dunno. lol

    Ron came out looking okay. I guess it was no worse than those disc jockets who punked Sarah when she was running.

    lisa said: Rose
    Paul looked like a mouse trapped under glass in that clip—-lol
    Talk about a seriously SICK culture we have…..but Paul laughed it off for the farce it was….He called him Queer…..guess that word is still acceptable now?

  85. Foxwood says:

    My youtubes don’t register… hmmmmm

  86. LisaInTX says:

    Okay Belle
    How about a tazer and set it on the HIGHEST voltage? lol……killer dog RIP…….;-p

  87. LisaInTX says:

    Rose
    From those Homosexuals I’ve spoken with….being “queer” is cool……and PC…..
    You ever talk with “QueerSmurf” on ICry?….lol

  88. rosehips says:

    lisa, yeah but isn’t there a double standard? It’s okay for them to call themselves queer, but noone else should?

  89. rosehips says:

    didn’t talk much with QueerSmurf but I did a time or two I think. I believe he’s from the west side of my state.

  90. Foxwood says:

    “I believe he’s from the west side of my state.”

    I had to reread that, I thought you said he’s from the wild side of your state. 🙂

  91. LisaInTX says:

    Fox
    QueerSmurf was from the “wildside”….totally man….totally….hahahaha

  92. Foxwood says:

    Yes he did, Lisa.

    Rose, you need to watch all 5 of these videos. It explains the original intent of the founding fathers and the Constitution.

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  94. LisaInTX says:

    Challenged by a caller during his show Thursday, Limbaugh said: “If I said it, I meant to say it, and I do believe that everything is political to this president.”

    I agree 100%!!!

    Rush says “Everything this president sees is a political opportunity, including Haiti, and he will use it to burnish his credentials with minorities in this country and around the world, and to accuse Republicans of having no compassion,” Limbaugh said in comments flagged by the liberal blog Think Progress.

  95. samhenry says:

    Wasn’t queersmurf a blue democrat, lol?

    Just checking in again. Can’t remember what I’ve said or done all day. I’m in between medical tests between today and Monday. I look to a bright outcome. This time around we’re looking for ovarian cancer. I know, I know, it’s a heavy scene but the doc is pretty sure it is not there. It’s just living the not knowing part – always the hardest part. And now that I have got out the sympathy vote, let’s heap all kinds of sh…t on Obama. It will make me feel lots better!

  96. Foxwood says:

    That’s exactly what Obutthole thinks. Especially now. His poll numbers are so low he’s grasping at the slimmest of opportunities.

  97. rosehips says:

    wtf? they are refusing food in Haiti because they think it has expired? Some people read the expiration date wrong and started smashing the food on the ground!

    if I was there, I’d eat the stuff even if it was 10 years old. how sad.

  98. samhenry says:

    CAT can you delete the above before one of those copy services has it all over the net. I keep forgetting where I am.

  99. Foxwood says:

    Lisa, SamH, If you haven’t viewed the above vids, they are outstanding. The Judge needs his own show IMO.

  100. rosehips says:

    good luck SH! It must be scary having to wait for a word like that. damn. I sure hope you get good news.

  101. Foxwood says:

    “CAT can you delete the above before one of those copy services has it all over the net. I keep forgetting where I am.”

    I’m sure your safe, SamH. 🙂

  102. Foxwood says:

    Think positive thoughts. (look who’s talking) 🙂

  103. Foxwood says:

    I got a good one you’ll believe from me. Be a fighter!

  104. samhenry says:

    Thanks for shoring me up, FOX and RoseHenry – thanks for your usual insight and calm. You area both gems.

  105. samhenry says:

    FOX I am a fighter. But if I DO come up with an aggressive disease, I’m for enjoying the ride down without chemo and etc. What a waste of good time when there would be so little of it.

  106. Foxwood says:

    Always keep the positive thoughts tho, SamH.

  107. LisaInTX says:

    SH
    His avatar was PapaSmurf and he was a flaming socialist commie pinko—lol—so yes, he was ‘blue”…hahahaha

    Also hope everything turns out fine….can’ t let this type of stuff get to ya honey!
    Deal with it, IF it comes back positive, not before—okay. HUGS to you sweetie.

  108. samhenry says:

    Thanks, Lisa – love back at you and hug a horse for me, will ya? I am going to see a friend of mine’s new horse this weekend sometime. I am very excited.

  109. samhenry says:

    FOX – I will remain positive – not to worry. Thank you for your kind care as always. You are a sentimental old thing, you are.

  110. LisaInTX says:

    Fox
    Watched those Judge videos—-May have to do a post just on them! 😛
    Thanks for posting them, they were GREAT!!!

  111. m2 says:

    Terrible news out of the ‘Ville, our beloved by all on the political spectrum, local radio talk show host- Francene, has died suddenly at the age of 43. She entered the hospital for an illness on Monday (reports local newsmedia) and dies today.

    My dad (who listens to her while at work), said he heard she had pnuemonia, then this week suffered a heart attack, followed by a brain seizure today. Something doesn’t add up about this. The woman looked the picture of health and had a normal weight for age 43.

    I am sad!

  112. LisaInTX says:

    SH
    Yeah…go hug a horse. That is the BEST therapy I know of other than to hug a fat Mega-beast named Cubby…lol

  113. LisaInTX says:

    M2
    I’m sorry. Are they gonna do an autopsy on her to try and determine exact cause of death?

  114. LisaInTX says:

    Dang—I gotta run again….need to shower and get ready to go out to eat…..bbl

  115. rosehips says:

    m2, that is awful! I wonder if she had the H1N1. I know a guy who had it and it led to all sorts of complications that put him in the hospital. He fully recovered I believe.

  116. m2 says:

    I don’t know guys but you ALL would have loved her. She was not a republican or a democrat, and she regularly had our reps on from both parties to explain what they are up to in DC. She was a strong personality, quick witted and funny…. This is terrible!

    I will find a local story but they don’t offer much detail…

  117. m2 says:

    Well this one has more details that match what my dad said, he just had it in the wrong order….
    http://m.whas11.com/whas/db_20250/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=KJMOROEx&src=cat

  118. rosehips says:

    m2, I read that she had a heart attack and then an aneurythm. sounds like quite a blow to louisville. so sorry.

  119. m2 says:

    It’s terrible! She was a talent.

    Louisville has the quality of big city with local charms… We have loads of ‘small businesses’ and our local media hosts are stars. Everyone knows Francene…

    So sad….
    What’s with the young people and heart attacks? Like Brittany Murphey?

  120. m2 says:

    SamHenry I pray very much they come up with a clean bill of health on you, regarding suspected ovarian cancer… Keep your chin up!

  121. m2 says:

    Here’s my last link on the subject, this has a well rounded account of her work by our leaders…

    http://www.bizjournals.com/mobile/news/louisville/2010/01/11/daily58

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  123. samhenry says:

    Thanks, M2 – you are a love.

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  125. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good luck SH. I hope the prognosis is wrong! My prayers are with you!

  126. Foxwood says:

    Good evening Tellit. Check out the videos above. They are gems.

  127. Foxwood says:

    Speaking of gems, Tellit, check this one out.

  128. samhenry says:

    I’m on my way to bed but this is for FOX – master of the cannon. It is Mark Twain talking about the fiction of James Fennimore Cooper:

    For several years, Cooper was daily in the society of artillery, and he ought to have noticed that when a cannon-ball strikes the ground it either buries itself or skips a hundred feet or so; skips again a hundred feet or so — and so on, till finally it gets tired and rolls. Now in one place he loses some “females” — as he always calls women — in the edge of a wood near a plain at night in a fog, on purpose to give Bumppo a chance to show off the delicate art of the forest before the reader. These mislaid people are hunting for a fort. They hear a cannon-blast, and a cannon-ball presently comes rolling into the wood and stops at their feet. To the females this suggests nothing. The case is very different with the admirable Bumppo. I wish I may never know peace again if he doesn’t strike out promptly and follow the track of that cannon-ball across the plain in the dense fog and find the fort. Isn’t it a daisy?

    From the short story Fenimore Cooper’s Literary Offenses.

    One more, FOX from the above:

    Cooper’s gift in the way of invention was not a rich endowment; but such as it was he liked to work it, he was pleased with the effects, and indeed he did some quite sweet things with it. In his little box of stage-properties he kept six or eight cunning devices, tricks, artifices for his savages and woodsmen to deceive and circumvent each other with, and he was never so happy as when he was working these innocent things and seeing them go. A favorite one was to make a moccasined person tread in the tracks of a moccasined enemy, and thus hide his own trail. Cooper wore out barrels and barrels of moccasins in working that trick. Another stage-property that he pulled out of his box pretty frequently was the broken twig. He prized his broken twig above all the rest of his effects, and worked it the hardest. It is a restful chapter in any book of his when somebody doesn’t step on a dry twig and alarm all the reds and whites for two hundred yards around. Every time a Cooper person is in peril, and absolute silence is worth four dollars a minute, he is sure to step on a dry twig. There may be a hundred other handier things to step on, but that wouldn’t satisfy Cooper. Cooper requires him to turn out and find a dry twig; and if he can’t do it, go and borrow one. In fact, the Leatherstocking Series ought to have been called the Broken Twig Series.

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  136. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Everyone!

    Happy Saturday!

  137. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my Fellow Patriots 🙂

    Getting a late start to a busy day today. Three Grandchildren Birthday Parties to attend this afternoon. I do so enjoy being around all the little ones for things like this.

    Children are Magical.

  138. samiam60 says:

    Democrats Accuse Brown of ‘Radical’ Ties as Senate Election Nears

    FOXNews.com

    GOP Senate candidate Scott Brown and his supporters are firing back at Democratic senators for accusing him of being a “far-right” politician backed by “right-wing radicals” by virtue of his ties to the conservative tea party movement.

    GOP Senate candidate Scott Brown and his supporters are firing back at Democratic senators for accusing him of being a “far-right” politician backed by “right-wing radicals” by virtue of his ties to the conservative tea party movement.

    Brown, with the support of the tea party groups and others, is posing a stiff challenge to Democrat Martha Coakley in the race for the U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts formerly held by the late Ted Kennedy. Polls show him closing in on Coakley, long the frontrunner, with just four days to go until the special election, and the latest survey shows him leading by 4 points.

    With the race tightening, national Democratic heavyweights have stepped into the picture and are lobbing harsh accusations at Brown’s support network.

    Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., claimed in an e-mail that “swift boaters” were trying to sink Coakley, a reference to the ads that targeted him in the 2004 presidential campaign. Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., called Brown a “far-right tea-bagger” in an e-mail, using a term that also can refer to a sexual act. Then on Friday, Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., wrote in a fundraising e-mail that Coakley was “being attacked by tea partiers and right-wing radicals.”

    Levi Russell, a spokesman for the Brown-supporting Tea Party Express, said the rhetoric is a “sign of desperation” from Coakley’s backers.

    “It’s funny — if your views differ at all with the Democratic establishment, then you’re obviously a far-right extremist,” he said. “None of that messaging is addressing Scott Brown on the validity of his views. It goes straight to name-calling.”

    Russell noted that Brown, a state senator, did not come out of the tea party movement, though he is supported by it. Russell said a Brown victory would still count as a “win” for the tea party groups.

    Tea Party Express announced Friday that it had spent more than $200,000 to support Brown, with much of that going into a new TV ad endorsing him.

    Brown also recently attended a fundraiser with a group called the Greater Boston Tea Party.

    Democrats point to this support in arguing that Brown is closely aligned with the movement and not part of the mainstream.

    “Not only is Scott Brown an enthusiastic member of the movement, but his fellow tea partiers are bankrolling his campaign,” the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee said in a blog on its Web site. The DSCC also referred to his “right-wing views” and “radical record.”

    But Brown is hammering the Democrats, accusing the party of bringing out the machine to trip up his race. Asked about Schumer’s fundraising e-mail Thursday, Brown called it “unfortunate.” “I’m not into name-calling. … so shame on Chuck,” he said.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/01/15/democrats-accuse-brown-radical-ties-senate-election-nears/

  139. samiam60 says:

    But Brown is hammering the Democrats, accusing the party of bringing out the machine to trip up his race. Asked about Schumer’s fundraising e-mail Thursday, Brown called it “unfortunate.” “I’m not into name-calling. … so shame on Chuck,” he said.

  140. samiam60 says:

    Drug Industry Threatening to End Support for Obama’s Health Bill

    Drug companies are threatening to end its support of the health care bill because of a rift with the administration.

    WASHINGTON — The drug industry is threatening to end its support for President Barack Obama’s health overhaul effort because of a rift with the administration over protecting brand-name biotech drugs from low-cost generic competitors.

    In an e-mail obtained Friday by The Associated Press, the president of the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America told the trade group’s board members that “we could not support the bill” if the industry is given less than 12 years of competitive protection for the expensive products.

    Obama and House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Henry Waxman, D-Calif., are leading the drive to shorten that period, which proponents argue would be a boon to consumers.

    “Please activate immediately all of your contacts,” said the e-mail from Billy Tauzin, the group’s president.

    The pharmaceutical industry has been a crucial supporter of Obama’s health effort, having spent many tens of millions of dollars on advertising and lobbying in support. Drug companies should profit from the millions of additional people who would be able to afford health coverage under the legislation.

    The threat comes with White House officials and Democratic congressional leaders nearing an agreement on compromise legislation reshaping the nation’s health care system.

    With a deal so close, it was unclear whether the partnership between drugmakers and the administration was truly in jeopardy, or if the e-mail represented an effort by the industry to pressure the White House to drop its effort to shorten the period of competitive protection for biotech drugs.

    Any compromise bill, though, will face a nail-biting trip through Congress, where Democrats got barely enough support when they pushed initial versions of the bill through the House and Senate. If the drug industry decided to pour money into advertising opposing the legislation, that could give some lawmakers second thoughts about supporting the bill.

    Ken Johnson, a senior vice president of PhRMA, declined to comment on the e-mail. But in a written statement, he said, “Fair data protection of at least 12 years for new, innovative biologic medicines is critically important to the future of medical progress in America.”

    In a written statement, Waxman said the overhaul should be “to help struggling families, not to enrich the drug companies.”

    Last June, the industry agreed to actively support Obama’s health overhaul in an agreement with the White House and Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont., to limit the cost to drugmakers to $80 billion over next decade.

    But as Democrats craft their compromise health bill, they have begun looking for additional sources of revenue to pay for changes they are making. That has included pressing the drugmakers to contribute an additional $10 billion — another factor that might be part of PhRMA’s decision to threaten to withdraw its support.

    Biotech drugs, manufactured from live tissue, are a fast-growing share of sales for pharmaceutical companies worldwide and are seen as a pivotal part of that industry’s future.

    The House and Senate versions of the health legislation give biotech drugs 12 years of protection from generic competitors. Brand name companies say they need that period to recoup their investments in the products, which can be very expensive to develop.

    The Obama administration has said seven years would be a reasonable compromise. Some lobbyists have said Waxman was pushing to reduce the 12 years to 10 years or less.

    A lobbying war on the issue has kicked into high gear.

    Among groups whose members are calling the White House and congressional leaders in support of the 12 years was the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council, representing about 350 biotech firms.

    Massachusetts is where a Republican is threatening to capture the Senate seat long held by the late Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., in next Tuesday’s special election. That could make Obama reluctant to support a policy that could anger employees of one of that state’s most important industries.

    Senior presidential adviser David Axelrod said that Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick called White House officials to raise concerns about shortening the products’ protections, “but he did not tie it to the election at all.”

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/01/15/drug-industry-threatening-end-support-obamas-health/

  141. samiam60 says:

    Democrats Hammered for ‘Back-Room’ Deal With Unions on Health Care.

    In pushing a giant step closer to a health care reform deal, Democratic leaders are once again drawing fire from their critics for extending special treatment to an interest group in exchange for its support of the bill.

    In pushing a giant step closer to a health care reform deal, Democratic leaders are once again drawing fire from their critics for extending special treatment to an interest group in exchange for its support of the bill.

    The latest deal was struck Thursday among the White House, Congress and union leaders over the proposed tax on high-value “Cadillac” health insurance plans.”

    Unions had objected strongly to the proposed tax on high-value insurance policies, fearing it would hurt their members, and they won several concessions from the administration. Under the deal, if it becomes law, union workers will be shielded from the 40 percent tax for five years — until 2018. The threshold for the tax also was raised so that it will kick in for plans worth $24,000 instead of $23,000. And dental and vision coverage will not count toward that threshold.

    But what about everybody else?

    The unions, traditional supporters of the Democratic Party and a major factor in Obama’s political infrastructure, got a deal, but Republicans said that non-union workers will still have to pay the tax from the get-go starting in 2013.
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    Fox News Poll: Support for Health Care Bill Increases, More Still Oppose

    “I guess this bill is only good if it doesn’t apply to you,” GOPAC Chairman Frank Donatelli said.

    “Millions of non-union workers … would be forced to pay higher taxes for the same benefits their union counterparts” receive, Republicans on the House Ways and Means Committee said in a written statement.

    The deal also leaves a $60 billion hole in the projected revenue stream, meaning Democrats will have to find the money elsewhere if they want to meet Obama’s pledge to keep health care reform deficit-neutral.

    “There’s a $60 billion hole now in the legislation,” Democratic strategist Doug Schoen said. “Not sure it’s fair, not sure it’s paid for.”

    Neither union leaders nor the White House offered any specifics on where that money would come from.

    Lawmakers, though, have been considering applying Medicare payroll taxes to capital gains and other dividend incomes above $200,000 for individuals and $250,000 for families.

    Critics of the legislation called the union deal another back-room favor handed out in secret talks that violated Obama’s promise of transparency. They say special treatment has gone to interests ranging from the pharmaceutical industry to the state of Nebraska, which was offered extra federal funding for Medicaid patients in exchange for moderate Sen. Ben Nelson’s support.

    “If this bill is so good, why does everyone need an exemption in order to vote for it? … We see the drug companies get a special deal. We see what happened in Louisiana and most notoriously Nebraska in the Senate where they got special deals. And now the unions get a special deal.” Donatelli said.

    “This union kickback is the latest in a long line of back-room pay-offs and sweetheart deals on a health care bill that the American people overwhelmingly do not support,” Michael Steel, a spokesman for House Minority Leader John Boehner, said in an e-mail Friday.

    But the White House trumpeted the “solid progress” it was making toward a final package.

    Obama held a meeting with House and Senate Democratic leaders late into the night Thursday to discuss the apparent breakthrough.

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Friday that her members, who were fiercely opposed to the earlier version of the Senate bill’s “Cadillac” tax, liked what they saw in the union compromise.

    “We are very optimistic” that common ground will be found on other issues, she said.

    Gerald McEntee, president of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, said his workers were “very pleased” by the deal.

    “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.”

    AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka called the agreement the biggest hurdle for union support. Absent any last minute changes, he 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/2010/01/15/democrats-hammered-room-deal-unions-health-care/

  142. samiam60 says:

    The Liberal Democrats in Power have now reached a point where they have done so many back handed arrogant deals and lies that the media is now saturated with this current Democratic/Obama Crime Spree against the
    American People.
    Soon even the Main Stream Media will be forced to report on this evil that has become Washington DC, lest they have nothing else to report.

    CNN is trying to run from this by filling their homepage with the recent Disaster in Haiti.

    Eventually every news outlet will have to start reporting all the news concerning the Corrupted Obama Administration and the Corrupted Democratic Party or be void of material on thier networks. It is that bad in our Capital, yes it is.

  143. VotingFemale says:

    Thanks for the news posts Sammy!

    Three? Birthday Parties?
    How Cool!!!!!!!!!!

    Enjoy the magic, dear!

  144. samiam60 says:

    A poor choice of words can sometimes turn the most innocent attempt at a joke into a hurtful comment. This happens to me sometimes and I am sorry for any hard feelings I may have caused.

    It is never my intention to be hurtful.

  145. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning VF and thank you.

    I am so looking forward to this Summit of Birthday Parties today.

    They are all being held at one time in one place and so there will be a great many little Munchkins for me to love and cherish.

    They do amuse me so!

  146. samiam60 says:

    SamH be assured you continue to stay in my thoughts and prayers as you go through this time of uncertainty. Be of good cheer, you are never alone.

  147. VotingFemale says:

    Not sure what prompted that but, everyone knows you are a sweetie, Sammy.

    samiam60 says

    A poor choice of words can sometimes turn the most innocent attempt at a joke into a hurtful comment. This happens to me sometimes and I am sorry for any hard feelings I may have caused.

    It is never my intention to be hurtful.

  148. Foxwood says:

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

  149. Foxwood says:

    SamH, Thanks for those pieces. Mark Twain is one of my favorite authors, and I do not have those.

  150. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Sami!

    Good morning VF!

  151. Foxwood says:

    [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9kM6vWL2QA]

    [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGzFSajvy1g]

    [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_A725vBawbw]

    [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yj6PSNwK_u4]

    [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_bDVpnDceg]

  152. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood!

  153. Foxwood says:

    These are some real gems, VF, Sami.

    [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9kM6vWL2QA]

    [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGzFSajvy1g]

    [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_A725vBawbw]

    [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yj6PSNwK_u4]

    [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_bDVpnDceg]

  154. VotingFemale says:

    from: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/01/15/releases-secret-list-detainees-held-afghan-military-base/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%253A+foxnews%252Fpolitics+%2528Text+-+Politics%2529

    U.S. Releases Secret List of 645 Detainees Held at Afghan Military Base

    AP

    The U.S. releases a secret list of hundreds of detainees held at a military base in Afghanistan.

    WASHINGTON — The United States has released a long-secret list of 645 detainees held at a military base in Afghanistan, providing the information as part of a lawsuit seeking details of the government’s treatment of terror suspects.

    The list was just a small part of roughly 2,000 pages of documents released by the government Friday night related to various lawsuits seeking government records about detainees.

    The identities of the detainees at Bagram Air Base had been sought by the American Civil Liberties Union.

    ACLU lawyer Melissa Goodman said the government also should provide details of how the inmates were captured and why they are being held.

    “Hundreds of people have languished at Bagram for years in horrid and abusive conditions, without even being told why they’re detained or given a fair chance to argue for release,” Goodman said.

    The list of detainees is dated Sept. 22, 2009.

    The information could help the non-Afghan detainees at the base challenge their detention in U.S. courts.

    “This is completely unprecedented; we’ve never had access to the list,” said Ramzi Kassem, a law professor at City University of New York who represents a Yemeni man, Amin al Bakri, who was captured in Thailand in 2002 and sent to Bagram.

    In al Bakri’s case, a federal judge in Washington ruled that those captured outside Afghanistan and brought to Bagram have a right to file suit in the United States, while those detainees who are seized in Afghanistan do not have that right.

    The Obama administration is appealing the decision, and an appeals court recently heard arguments in the case.

    The Afghan government has agreed to a plan to take responsibility for the prison at Bagram, where there have been allegations of human rights abuses. U.S. and Afghan officials said the hand-over could occur by the end of the year.

  155. VotingFemale says:

    Watch the latest news video at video.foxnews.com

  156. SamHenry says:

    A cousin drew my attention to an article in the WSJ about polling. Here is the end of it:

    The attacks on Rasmussen and Gallup follow an effort by the White House to wage war on Fox News and to brand it, as former White House Director of Communications Anita Dunn did, as “not a real news organization.” The move backfired; in time, other news organizations rallied around Fox News. But the message was clear: criticize the White House at your peril.

    As pollsters for two Democratic presidents who served before Barack Obama, we view this unprecedented attempt to silence the media and to attack the credibility of unpopular polling as chilling to the free exercise of democracy.

    This is more than just inside baseball. As practicing political consultants, both of us have seen that the established parties try to stifle dissent among their political advisers and consultants. The parties go out of their way to try to determine in advance what questions will be asked and what answers will be obtained to reinforce existing party messages. The thing most feared is independence, which is what Mr. Rasmussen brings.

    Mr. Gibbs’s comments and the recent attempts by the Democratic left to muzzle Scott Rasmussen reflect a disturbing trend in our politics: a tendency to try to stifle legitimate feedback about political concerns—particularly if the feedback is negative to the incumbent administration.

    Mr. Caddell served as a pollster for President Jimmy Carter. Mr. Schoen, who served as a pollster for President Bill Clinton, is the author of “The Political Fix” just out from Henry Holt.

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703436504574640973183026230.html?mod=wsj_share_facebook

  157. Foxwood says:

    Let me guess, VF, it’s Bush’s fault. Do we know if any of these guy will be going back into battle? This is ridiculous.

  158. SamHenry says:

    Good morning VF – am about to read your post.

    I am re-posting something I left for FOX late last night:

    this is for FOX – master of the cannon. It is Mark Twain talking about the fiction of James Fennimore Cooper:

    For several years, Cooper was daily in the society of artillery, and he ought to have noticed that when a cannon-ball strikes the ground it either buries itself or skips a hundred feet or so; skips again a hundred feet or so — and so on, till finally it gets tired and rolls. Now in one place he loses some “females” — as he always calls women — in the edge of a wood near a plain at night in a fog, on purpose to give Bumppo a chance to show off the delicate art of the forest before the reader. These mislaid people are hunting for a fort. They hear a cannon-blast, and a cannon-ball presently comes rolling into the wood and stops at their feet. To the females this suggests nothing. The case is very different with the admirable Bumppo. I wish I may never know peace again if he doesn’t strike out promptly and follow the track of that cannon-ball across the plain in the dense fog and find the fort. Isn’t it a daisy?

    From the short story Fenimore Cooper’s Literary Offenses.

    One more, FOX from the above:

    Cooper’s gift in the way of invention was not a rich endowment; but such as it was he liked to work it, he was pleased with the effects, and indeed he did some quite sweet things with it. In his little box of stage-properties he kept six or eight cunning devices, tricks, artifices for his savages and woodsmen to deceive and circumvent each other with, and he was never so happy as when he was working these innocent things and seeing them go. A favorite one was to make a moccasined person tread in the tracks of a moccasined enemy, and thus hide his own trail. Cooper wore out barrels and barrels of moccasins in working that trick. Another stage-property that he pulled out of his box pretty frequently was the broken twig. He prized his broken twig above all the rest of his effects, and worked it the hardest. It is a restful chapter in any book of his when somebody doesn’t step on a dry twig and alarm all the reds and whites for two hundred yards around. Every time a Cooper person is in peril, and absolute silence is worth four dollars a minute, he is sure to step on a dry twig. There may be a hundred other handier things to step on, but that wouldn’t satisfy Cooper. Cooper requires him to turn out and find a dry twig; and if he can’t do it, go and borrow one. In fact, the Leatherstocking Series ought to have been called the Broken Twig Series.

  159. VotingFemale says:

    Right. It is all Bush’s Fault.

    and Martha Crokley Croaking in the polls? All Bush’s Fault. Obama lame poll numbers? you got it, Bush’s fault.

    That earthquake in Haiti… Bush’s fault.

  160. Foxwood says:

    Good morning, SamH!

  161. SamHenry says:

    VF – realized I had already read the post and liked it very much.

    I went for junior/senior years to a boarding school in Lowelll – now closed. I have been to the bridge where the embattled farmers stood many times. We should always visit that bridge in our minds on a regular basis. Our forefathers faced overwhelming odds and the polls were against them…

  162. Foxwood says:

    I read them about 30 minutes ago before I shot off the cannon. Twain is one of my favorites. I’ve never read them before. They are gems.

  163. samiam60 says:

    The Sudden Change from Global Warming to an
    Ice Age is most certainly Bush’s fault.

  164. Foxwood says:

    Did anyone hear Danny Glovers reason for Haiti’s woes? The earth is revolting because Copenhagen was a failure.

  165. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning SamHenry!

  166. Foxwood says:

    Danny Glover’s Bizarre Explanation for the Haiti Earthquake

    Friday, January 15, 2010
    By Jim Angle

    * Print
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    Now some fresh pickings from the Political Grapevine:

    Fault Line

    Actor Danny Glover says the earthquake in Haiti is a result of global warming. Glover told GRITtv that it could have happened to any of the Caribbean island nations: “They are all in peril because of global warming.”

    Then, he lamented the failure of the climate summit in Copenhagen. As a result of that failure, he says, “this is what happened.”

  167. VotingFemale says:

    I think Glover has numerous loose screws…

    earth quakes are caused by Al Qaeda hahahahaha

  168. Foxwood says:

    I think him and Sean Penn need to move to Venezuela. They would be big stars there.

  169. samiam60 says:

    Oh Joy, just found out my ex-mother-in-law, the extreme liberal, Obama praising, kool-aid drinker is back early from Florida and plans to attend the Birthday parties today.

    I am resigned to having to listen to her many rants against conservatives as I will in no way allow her to bait me into a discussion that would most likely ruin the children’s party.

    I have also been informed that she intends to confront me concerning the McCain/Palin bumper sticker found on her car after the last family get together.

    Her Alinsky tactics will not work today as my Grandchildren are far more important to me than taking her 80 year old white scalp.

    ps: I am bringing another bumper sticker with me. hehe

  170. Foxwood says:

    You could always pull the ol’ earache trick on her.

    Let her finish her rant, then pull a cotton ball out of your ear and say “what?”

  171. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning everyone! Sorry I haven’t been around for awhile.

  172. Foxwood says:

    I do not wish anything bad, but I predict Haiti will be a worse debacle for Obutthole than Katrina was for Bush.

  173. samiam60 says:

    Ahahaha, Foxwood thank you for the tip.

    I have had many,many years going back to the Reagan era in dealing with this women.

    When it comes to Family functions I simply refuse to be dragged into debates. Simply put, I ignore her and her questions go unanswered.

    My children appreciate my tolerance and self control. In that, I win 🙂

  174. Foxwood says:

    Good Morning Tellit!

  175. tellitlikeitis says:

    If the republican wins in Massachuttes it will be game over for the democrats.

  176. Foxwood says:

    I have a couple of ex-mother-in-laws… I’ve worked out several tricks, because you can’t pull the same one off on the same person…

  177. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good morning Foxwood!

  178. Foxwood says:

    My favorite one was “no habla espanol” to my ex-Mexican-mother-in-law.

  179. samhenry says:

    Tellit – thank you for your lovely thoughts about my situation this weekend. I remain optimistic for a pessimist hoping if I put myself in negative territory, the good outcome will be wonderful miracle.

  180. samiam60 says:

    “The Awesome Power of a Wife’s Love”

    A very old man lay dying in his bed. In death’s doorway, he suddenly smelled the aroma of his favorite chocolate chip cookie wafting up the stairs.

    He gathered his remaining strength and lifted himself from the bed. Leaning against the wall, he slowly made his way out of the bedroom, and with even greater effort forced himself down the stairs, gripping the railing with both hands.

    With labored breath, he leaned against the door frame, gazing into the kitchen. Were it not for death’s agony, he would have thought himself already in heaven.

    There, spread out on newspapers on the kitchen table were literally hundreds of his favorite chocolate chip cookies.

    Was it heaven? Or was it one final act of heroic love from his devoted wife, seeing to it that he left this world a happy man?

    Mustering one great final effort, he threw himself toward the table. The aged and withered hand, shaking, made its way to a cookie at the edge of the table, when he was suddenly smacked with a spatula by his wife.

    “Stay out of those,” she said. “They’re for the funeral.

  181. samiam60 says:

    With that I leave till later tonight as I am off to the Party.

  182. samhenry says:

    Sammi -I’m sorry I missed you. I’m off to see a friend’s horse and hug him.

    See you later if your ex-mother-in-law lets you live. They seem to have power over marriages and live and death. lol

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  184. rosehips says:

    morning peeps!

    Did I miss everyone this morning?

    sami, what are you talkin’ about? lol

    sami said: A poor choice of words can sometimes turn the most innocent attempt at a joke into a hurtful comment. This happens to me sometimes and I am sorry for any hard feelings I may have caused.

  185. rosehips says:

    re: “The Awesome Power of a Wife’s Love”

    funny! sami, where do you get these stories? You have some very good ones.

  186. rosehips says:

    dang, I guess I’m late for the party. be back later!

  187. rosehips says:

    and sami, my ex mo-n-law is a born again Christian who alienated her own son with her proselytizing. It was kind of sad.

    She and I got along great but after the divorce when her son remarried she treated the new wife so rudely that I finally had to say something. She gave up on me a long time ago and I haven’t heard from her in quite a while.

  188. m2 says:

    I just popped on, and am heading out again…. But really, the only equivalent situation betw. bush and Obama on Haiti is Thailand… Bush wins. He had his aid there in a day. Clinton is choosing Coakley over Haiti when he intially signed up to be a Haitian hero!

    Hee hee…

  189. m2 says:

    Katrina wasn’t a prob for any republican run states, and wasn’t a prob until the levees broke
    after the storm- and even them Blanco wouldn’t let the national guard in.

    I want to know, with all the federal dollars given to New Orleans by the Bush administration, to shore up the levees years before- where did the money go???

    William Jefferson’s freezer?

    Hahahahahaha!
    Later.

  190. Foxwood says:

    “I want to know, with all the federal dollars given to New Orleans by the Bush administration, to shore up the levees years before- where did the money go???”

    The levees are still not being upgraded, let alone repaired. I’m betting Landrieu has a stash of it as well as Nagin. Jindal is trying to hold investigations but the democratic state congress stalls every step of the way.

  191. Foxwood says:

    Your right, M2, Mississippi and Florida do not have the problems Louisiana had. What was the difference? A democrap governor. But the lame stream media? Let’s blame Bush.

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  193. Foxwood says:

    EXPLAIN TO ME, JOE BIDEN, IF OBUTTHOLE HAS BEEN IN OFFICE FOR A YEAR NOW, WHY IS NEW ORLEANS STILL A DISASTER?

    Maybe it’s another Joe gaff…

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  195. Foxwood says:

    So… did Obutthole act faster on Haiti than Bush did on Katrina? Hmmmmm… seems the lame stream media lies.

    http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/home/daily/site_011510/content/01125108.guest.html

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  198. LisaInTX says:

    Afternoon friends—Just a fly by, heading out to do chores…

    Update from the Patriot Post.
    Department of Military Correctness: SEAL Trial Moved to Iraq

    The Courts Martial of Navy SEAL Petty Officers Matthew McCabe, Jonathan Keefe and Julio Huertas continues apace with two of the three heroes being forced to move their trial to Iraq in order to avail themselves of their constitutional right to confront their accuser in open court. This rare, if not unprecedented, move should be viewed with extreme caution and we hope defense counsel has taken appropriate measures to protect fully the rights of the accused.

    For them to enter the sovereign territory of Iraq, even under the auspices of a military court, may place them in peril both physically and legally. What’s to prevent the Iraqi government from bringing additional trumped up criminal charges and ordering their arrest? How will the U.S. military protect them from such arrest should such action take place?

    One possible alternative would be to insist they hold the trial aboard a U.S. naval vessel in international waters off the Iraqi coast. Failing that, the U.S. Embassy is a second logical alternative.

    In a related question, there is an interesting legal position we may be forced to confront in light of the criminal trial of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in New York City. If, as this administration insists, KSM (and others) are just “criminals,” then under what legal authority has this administration justified the continued Predator attacks on these civilian “criminals”? We know this administration fully supports a double standard in tax cases and racism allegations, and we certainly don’t expect anything different in this case.

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