Sarah Palin and why ‘We’ are pulling ‘their’ political power plug

 

Socialist Engineered US Economic Destruction. The $1 trillion dollar Stimulus failure was intentional. If you accurately understand Socialism you already know why it was intentional.

 

Obama sold his now failed Stimulus package by misrepresenting what it would be, what it would do and how it would do it. It’s failure was a unspoken  design feature.

Another economy destroying plan of his, Cap & Trade, was masked in lipstick by shrouding it in a “feel good” environmental cloak…

“Under my plan of a cap and trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket.” -Barack Obama, January 2008

Sky rocketing energy prices is inflation. Even if there were such a thing as Global Warming, forcing energy prices to skyrocket would absolutely kill the US economy… throwing out the baby with the bathwater.

I, like many of you, lived through the hell of inflation during the Carter administration. Home loans were at a 22% interest rate, and can goods at the food stores had their prices increased every day with price labels on top of price labels as the value of money spiraled downward.

It was an economic sickness that robbed people of the value of their productivity by making their hard earned money ever valueless.

Socialist polices are intended to stimulate inflation… because a powerful American free-market is the Socialist target of choice. Many Americans do not understand but many do and a Majority now rise up to stop the Socialists’ destructive agenda. The Socialists are like rats feeding on and infecting our economy with the aim of killing it off forever.

Nothing would make them happier than $10 a gallon gasoline shifting the economic lifeblood of America into the pockets of middle east countries.

They can declare war on the Middle East later and would have no compunctions about destroying them utterly.

Islam and Socialism/Communism are mutually incompatible for one is atheistic and the other extremely devout religious believers.

But both hate the USA for different reasons, thus “enemy of my enemy is my friend” applies for the time being.

Don’t folks find it ironic that Christians and Christianity are denigrated by Socialists as extremist while at the same time they are paling around with Muslims, the most extremely devout group of believers in God there is?

Muslims are more intolerant of gays than any other religion yet will stay silent in the US because of, again… the old “enemies of my enemies” meme.

Socialists hate it when people figure out what and who they truly are and what they are up to… for they must work under cover to get their economy killing  agendas accomplished.

Obama did this country a favor… he came further out of the Socialist closet than any president since FDR and thankfully, in his egotistical arrogance, he believed he and his comrades finally had America by the throat and had won forever.

He, and they, like so many others in history, underestimated the everyday American who loves our country and would die fighting to preserve her.

The GOP was infiltrated and pols either brainwashed or otherwise subverted with deal-making to corrupt the economic power of the country.

The Tea Party and pols like Sarah Palin is the result of the “we have had enough.” That is why you see GOP establishment pols stabbing Palin in the back starting as soon as she was picked for VP… and any other pol popularly selected and backed by tea party minded folks.

This is why the Socialists and their RINO pals attack Sarah Palin and the tea party as extremists and racists 24/7. They hate our guts and would literally kill everyone of us if they could get away with it.

We are indeed their political enemy and we have come to pull their political power plug forever.

ROCK THE VOTE

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68 Responses to Sarah Palin and why ‘We’ are pulling ‘their’ political power plug

  1. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Everyone!

  2. Morning VF,
    Excellent post girl! The war to reclaim OUR America is on!

    Word has it that SamHenry is already behind enemy lines conducting covert ops. It’s a damn good thing he’s on our side!

    Keep up the good writing!

    MR

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  4. Foxwood says:

    I’m back VF. Not as good a weekend as some, but I haven’t done any pricing yet. We’ll see.

  5. Foxwood says:

    Dying of Money: Lessons of the Great German and American Inflations
    Posted on Sat 16 Oct 2010 12:37:25 AM CST by DeaconBenjamin

    Most of us have at least a general idea of what we think inflation is. Inflation is the state of affairs in which prices go up. Inflation is an old, old story. Inflation is almost as ancient as money is, and money is almost as ancient as man himself.

    It was probably not long after the earliest cave man of the Stone Age fashioned his first stone spearhead to kill boars with, perhaps thirty or forty thousand years ago, that he began to use boar’s teeth or something of the sort as counters for trading spearheads and caves with neighboring clans. That was money. Anything like those boar’s teeth that had an accepted symbolic value for trading which was greater than their intrinsic value for using was true money.”

    Read more:
    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2608565/posts

  6. m2 says:

    Candid and Fresh… you sum up the scum succinctly and fully, VF. Thanks!

  7. VotingFemale says:

    had to go run errands…

    does anyone find this as funny as I do? hahahaha

  8. Foxwood says:

    I have a stack of pre-made shelves I have to pick up here shortly for my library, but I had to come back to get my personal truck. Leaving again for a few minutes.

  9. m2 says:

    I also have to jet. It’s Saturday! Hope to be back later!

  10. Foxwood says:

    Amusing and weird.

  11. Foxwood says:

    Good morning M2!

    Good bye M2! 🙂

  12. VotingFemale says:

    Hi MR and M2!

    Didn’t see your posts earlier and thank you for the kind compliments on this article.

  13. VotingFemale says:

    Hi Foxwood!

    sorry you were not as successful today with your yard sale excursions as you usually are.

  14. Foxwood says:

    I would rather have made my own shelves, customization and all, but with my short time and the price on the shelves, I couldn’t pass them up.

  15. Foxwood says:

    My Little Golden Books and Magic cards were good finds. Both paid for all I spent today. The old Little Golden Books are very collectible.

  16. VotingFemale says:

    I can understand time being in short supply. My time is constantly under pressure and have to triage daily how I spend it.

    great to hear you struck paydirt with the Little Golden Books and magic card!!

  17. Kini says:

    Aloha,
    You’ve laid out the argument extremely well (if I could use the word extreme). I would add that Obama, and his socialist comrades, hate private business. The attacks against the Chamber of Commerce by the Obama sets a new low for any President that would make unsubstantiated claims against any organization. They use the politics of fear to manipulate the electorate.

    Additionally, besides using intimidation, the Obama and his cronies have partnered with the faux environmentalist movement. Former communists that have redressed themselves a Green Movement. Glenn Beck had something on his show last night that I found compelling: Resisting the Green Dragon

    Unions have been the foot soldiers in Obama’s army of intimidation by demanding taxes be raised. The question has to be asked, are public worker unions really necessary?

  18. Foxwood says:

    Just my opinion, but Obutthole didn’t think it out clearly when he declared war on the Chamber of Commerce. I think he made a BIG mistake.

  19. Foxwood says:

    Kini, all I’ve got to say is, what a bunch of IDIOTS!

  20. Kini says:

    Obama’s whole presidency is about lies and distortions. Attacking the Chamber of Commerce was a mistake and it exposed Obama on what he’s all about. Anti-business.

  21. Foxwood says:

    Anti-business Marxist!

  22. Kini says:

    Foxwood, they are idiots indeed. These are public union goons. Their business model relies solely on taxes. Inherently unsustainable.

    Now if they made a tax law that only taxes public unions and not the general public, private businesses, etc,. but that’s not gonna happen 🙂

  23. VotingFemale says:

    Aloha Kini!

    You raise very valuable and on-target points, sir. Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I promise you many people will read them.

    I didn’t cover everything because most folks will stop reading after a few paragraphs and I had to pick a few issues to focus on.

  24. Foxwood says:

    Kini, we have islands out here where I live, but they are kind of swampy and have gators living on them… 🙂

  25. VotingFemale says:

    The Irony about “The Chamber” is they tried playing along with Obama & Co during the last two years and got nothing to show for it but trouble.

    read this:
    from: http://michellemalkin.com/2010/10/15/why-im-not-donating-to-the-chamber-of-commerce/

    Why I’m not donating to the Chamber of Commerce
    By Michelle Malkin • October 15, 2010 11:01 AM

    I blasted the White House thug tactics against the U.S. Chamber of Commerce again in my column today — and made the point that the Left’s donor suppression effort is about much more than just the Chamber of Commerce.

    Unfortunately, some are getting carried away with lionizing the Chamber.

    My Fox News colleague Glenn Beck yesterday urged his radio listeners to participate in the “largest fundraiser for the Chamber.” Several readers wanted me to join in.

    Sorry, but I can’t think of a more perfect illustration of that old saying that “the enemy of your enemy is not always your friend.”

    If you have followed this blog over the years, you know I have opposed illegal alien amnesty in all forms, opposed the bipartisan TARP bailout from day one, opposed the bipartisan auto bailout from day one, and opposed the Obama stimulus from day one.

    The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is one of the staunchest promoters of amnesty and joined with the AFL-CIO/ACLU to oppose immigration enforcement measures. They oppose E-verify and sued Arizona over its employer sanctions law.

    The Chamber supported TARP, the auto bailout, and the stimulus.

    The Chamber is supporting a pro-Obamacare, pro-TARP, pro-card check, pro-stimulus, pro-amnesty Democrat in Arizona over his free-market GOP challenger.

    For the same reason that I generally advise folks to contribute to individual causes and candidates and local charities and organizations instead of Washington-based entities, I recommend that you think twice and hard before hopping on the heat-of-the-moment bandwagon and filling the national Chamber’s coffers.

    A little due diligence now will prevent donor remorse later.

  26. Kini says:

    VF, I completely agree. The glazing of the eyes can turn off readers. However, your points are important enough to get people thinking about who are the real enemies of the American people, and who are the hero’s.

    Last night, during Glenn Beck’s program, one of Glenn’s guests quoted this:

    You can go to jail if you destroy an eagles egg, but you are protected if you destroy the human fetus.

    How does one reconcile this?

  27. Foxwood says:

    That show is on right now.

  28. Kini says:

    Foxwood, we have something similar to gators here also, we call them liberals.

  29. VotingFemale says:

    got liberals? try living in Massachusetts lol
    but things are changing here… Scott Brown was a vivid signal.

    Kini says

    Foxwood, we have something similar to gators here also, we call them liberals.

  30. Foxwood says:

    “Foxwood, we have something similar to gators here also, we call them liberals.”

    HAHAHAHAHA!!!

  31. Kini says:

    VF, the Chamber is learning the hard way that Socialists and Marxist have no loyalties. Plus, as with any bloated government agency, decisions are politically motivated by the winds of the party in power.

    Those political winds are more like the passing of gas. It’s self serving at the expense of others within range of the olfactory nerves.

  32. VotingFemale says:

    we political power plug pullers are busy…

    Christine O’Donnell outraises Chris Coons more than 2-to-1

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1010/43683.html#ixzz12YS3qjcs

  33. VotingFemale says:

    Kini, it is common for businesses to bend with the political wind… but this wind blows ill for America and I hope the Chamber has learned there is a new wind in town… OURS!

  34. VotingFemale says:

    And that scumbag RINO Mike Castle, who was defeated by Christine O’Donnell, still will not endorse her campaign.

    If I were not an anon blogger I would slap his face in front of TV cameras for the world to see then explain on camera why I did it.

  35. VotingFemale says:

    Yields on 30-Year Treasuries Rise Most in 14 Months on Inflation Prospects: Treasury 30-year bonds tumb… http://tinyurl.com/2bgp7sg

  36. Foxwood says:

    Now I want to sing Kumbuya. 🙂

  37. VotingFemale says:

    blowin in the wind lol

    If I had a hammer
    I’d hammer me a socialist
    I’d hammer him all the time
    All over this land
    I’d hammer out danger
    I’d hammer out a warning
    I’d hammer out love between my tea party brothers and sisters
    All over this land

  38. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good afternoon everyone!

    Ouch: Rep. Jim Oberstar, D-Minn., has just one donor from his district
    By: John McCormack
    Weekly Standard
    10/14/10 5:10 PM EDT

    Remember those signs that 18-term incumbent Jim Oberstar of Minnesota might be in trouble?

    First an internal GOP poll showed Republican Chip Cravaack, a former Navy and Northwest Airlines pilot, trailing Oberstar by just three points–42% to 45%. Then came a couple of surprising anecdotes: the AP reported a local union nearly endorsed Cravaack, and there was such interest in the campaign that the debate–scheduled at 8 a.m. on a Tuesday–had to be moved to a larger venue.

    Well, no surprise here, but it looks like we have confirmation that the interest isn’t being generated by Oberstar supporters. Politico reports that the Obamacare and cap-and-trade supporting Oberstar had just one donor from his home district this past quarter:

    With a potentially competitive race developing back home in Minnesota’s 8th District, Transportation Committee Chairman Jim Oberstar collected a contribution from just one resident of the district between June 22 and Sept. 30, according to a federal election report filed Wednesday.

    Jane Robbins of Pine City gave Oberstar $500 on Aug. 22.

    Other than that, all of his contributions came from political action committees, Native American tribes or individual donors in other districts and states.

    In all, the veteran Iron Range Democrat, first elected in 1974, collected just $233,102 in receipts over the time period. By comparison, fellow Minnesotan Michele Bachmann, a Republican firebrand, pulled in $5.4 million between July 1 and Sept. 30.

    Read more at the Washington Examiner: http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/blogs/beltway-confidential/ouch-rep-jim-oberstar-d-minn-has-just-one-donor-from-his-district-104979154.html#ixzz12YaTdMTU

  39. tellitlikeitis says:

    This guy is a poster child for term limits. 18 terms is too many.

  40. Foxwood says:

    Good afternoon Tellit!

    I think Barney had done 18 terms also.

    I really do believe Congress needs term limits.

  41. VotingFemale says:

    a tip to Jim Oberstar,

    The best time to make friends is before you need them. ~ Ethel Barrymore

  42. VotingFemale says:

    I believe Barney the Hut does have 18 terms, Foxwood

  43. VotingFemale says:

    Has Oberstar met his match?

    Eighteen-term Congressman Jim Oberstar is facing a military-style challenge from a former Navy captain.

    By ERIC ROPER, Star Tribune

    Last update: October 14, 2010 – 10:03 PM
    VIRGINIA, MINN. – Rep. Jim Oberstar is learning that in a year of unpredictable politics, even household names have to defend their brand.

    Former Navy captain and political novice Chip Cravaack is giving the 18-term congressman his first serious challenge in years — enough that national Republicans are openly salivating about the prospect of toppling the dean of Minnesota’s congressional delegation.

    “This is the first guy that’s appeared against him with a hammer,” said Oberstar supporter Jean Laker, tucking into an early dinner at Vaughn’s restaurant in Hoyt Lakes. “The rest of them had feather pillows.”

    Keeping the Eighth District in DFL hands has implications across Minnesota’s political spectrum. The Eighth is known for delivering big for Democrats on election night. Losing support there could upend secure seats in the Legislature and possibly even cut into support for gubernatorial candidate Mark Dayton.

    Cravaack, 51, brings a military mindset to his campaign. He plans to deploy 500 volunteers — many ranked as commanders, captains or precinct lieutenants — between now and Election Day. He tours the sprawling district in a bannered motor home dubbed “The War Wagon.”

    It would take seismic political change for a GOP victory in the DFL stronghold of northeastern Minnesota.

    No Republican has represented the Eighth District since 1947. But Cravaack, a former Northwest Airlines pilot, has galvanized local conservatives and prodded at least some Oberstar supporters into reconsidering their vote.

    “I’ve got the fever,” exclaimed Mary Moldenhauer, cutting frosted bars in her Duluth kitchen for a birthday party.

    Moldenhauer supported the last major Republican challenger in the Eighth, former U.S. Sen. Rod Grams, who lost by 30 points. Cravaack, she said, has waged a much more active campaign.

    “He’s heaven-sent at a very critical time,” she said, stopping her party prep to hold up a “pro-lifers for Chip” button.
    more here: http://www.startribune.com/politics/local/105001184.html?page=2&c=y

  44. Foxwood says:

    Putting up shelves… BBL!

  45. Foxwood says:

    Barbara Billingsley, June Cleaver Dies at 94.

    RIP

    Do you know what the worst thing ever said on Telivision was?

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    Ward, weren’t you a little rough on the Beaver last night?

  46. tellitlikeitis says:

  47. VotingFemale says:

    94 years old… such a nice long life. Barbara, thanks for being you. God Bless.

  48. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Everyone! It’s Sunday on the US East Coast.

  49. Foxwood says:

    It’s a good day to be a subject of the Dictatorship!
    Sieg Heil und Guten Morgan fellow unAmerican Nazis!
    It’s time to unfurl the Confederate Swastika and fire the cannon!

  50. Foxwood says:

    A cellsite is down! My services are needed!

    Off I go, wearing my tight pa-ja-mas,
    Flying high, this is the life!

  51. VotingFemale says:

    There he goes! Off to save the world!

    Keep in touch SuperFox!

  52. Foxwood says:

    I used to get only $10 an hour overtime. Now I get double time on call. That’s the bright side.

  53. VotingFemale says:

    That’s Cool!

    Will they pay you in silver??

    Foxwood says

    I used to get only $10 an hour overtime. Now I get double time on call. That’s the bright side.

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