Political Ferocity of Conservative Women – We Are All In

…shedding some light on the significance of the Maureen Dowd hit piece on Conservative Women:

It is not that Dowd is especially significant… she isn’t. It isn’t that Megan McCain is especially significant… she isn’t. It isn’t that N.O.(L.)W. (National Organization of [Liberal] Women) is especially significant… they aren’t.

It is about a Left-Wing combined effort to intimidate and personally attack “Conservative Women” to shut us the hell up. And, like attacks on the Tea Party itself… it elevates the narrative to a national level.

A partial list of Left-Wing strikes yesterday itemized by Legal Insurrection:

We are not going to back down and we are not going to shut up… and the Left had darn well learn a lesson and right quick… we will leverage this left-wing attack mode on us as a political force and bend it to our own purposes. And, it has already started…

The left is attacking us personally and they will draw back a politically gnawed-off stump. We are not intimidated. We are growing in numbers by the second. Maureen Dowd, N.O.W., tools like Megan McCain, the slimeball Democrat Party operatives and their lamestream media attack dogs are on notice.

We don’t come to merely fight… we come to win.

From, M2, a conservative female commenter on this blog this morning:

VF, as you well know, the current Republicans (mostly of the male gender) are not ballsy enough to call out exactly what the Dems do. Some are just stuck in the Beltway etiquette, where Dems speak in propaganda, and Repubs speak as though they actually should “respect” those Marxist talking points.Women like Michele Bachmann are real and to the point.

That’s why Dowd has been ordered by her Marxist Over-Lords to fashion a propaganistic Alinsky hit-piece on the women running for office. Because they are effective and not afraid to say what is apparent to all of us.


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230 Responses to Political Ferocity of Conservative Women – We Are All In

  1. Foxwood says:

    “The Republicans have been too diplomatic.
    Time to talk about the reality this country faces. Yes that means entitlement reform.”

    Let’s not forget about power reform. I’m thinking term limits in Congress.

  2. Foxwood says:

    Meghan McCain: Christine O’Donnell ‘Seen as Nutjob’

    Also just played on Glenn Becks radio show.

    Meghan… so you would rather see a self proclaimed Marxist take that office? Is that what your saying? I understand your a “Progressive” Republican. I think your father is also. Do you understand what Progressive means?

    I guess you would rather see the self proclaimed Marxist win.

    You’re an F-ing Commie.

  3. VotingFemale says:

    Many of the male pundits on the right are not yet catching up on what is really going on here… many of their default initial knee-jerk reactions tends towards looking through a male prism of the world instead of a wider picture.

    We Conservative women see it for what it is. a concerted effort to shut us up and sit us down. Ain’t happening.

  4. Foxwood says:

    When someone is right, why should it matter about sex, color, or religion?

  5. Foxwood says:

    How many men fought with Joan of Arc?

  6. Orca says:

    First if dowd is an attack dog then I’m the incarnation of Thomas Jefferson
    She is meaningless, has no audience other than the one we give her.
    NOW as stated by their Los Angeles chapter president, is not what it once was, and as to Dowd, she is a sell out to obama and the left.
    An attack dog is one that has teeth, dowd has none and very few follow unless they are already rabid Marxist lefties. This is true even within NOW.
    NOW officers are not elected they are appointed from within.
    Second, As for Megan McCain she is a waste of electrons. She has no basis for comment, and the only reason anyone cares is that she is an attempt at the Marxist left to smear her father, like he needs help, her father has the morals of an alley cat. Is it any wonder megan has none.
    The point is neither are running for office and have any pull with voters outside the far left and the election is close at hand.
    At best dowd and Megan provide instruction of the lame stream media’s attempt to forestall the changing of the fifth column that are currently in office.
    Who would know or care out side of the Marxist left without what they think

  7. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Orca…

    “First if dowd is an attack dog then I’m the incarnation of Thomas Jefferson
    She is meaningless, has no audience other than the one we give her.”

    Actually, she has a wide liberal audience… and the left use tools like Dowd to initiate a meme to be picked up by the liberal bloggers and lamestream media pundits…

    it is a SHOUT OUT to the socialist attack dogs

    Dowd is a over the hill clown in lipstick otherwise…

  8. VotingFemale says:

    a reminder to me and us all… curb use of overly-offensive words or name-calling… the leftists are coming here to see this post and they don’t need to pick up free ammo to discredit with…


  9. samiam60 says:

    Good afternoon everyone, Darth Bama has now gone on record as being the “Dark Side” of the force in America:

  10. VotingFemale says:

    Hey Sam, gee… O seems so whiny. Help me! Oh Lord, they’s got money and they’s spendin it… and talkin about Socialists like we are dogs…

    boo hoo hoo

  11. Bob Mack says:

    Afternoon everybody.
    Back in the Old West, Indian women (I don’t call them Native Americans because they’re no more native to America than anybody else) were widely understood to be more ferocious than the male warriors. We need more Apache Conservatives. Nice quote this morning on Michelle Malkin’s blog: “You voted for Obama to prove you’re not a racist. Now, who are you going to vote for to prove you’re not an idiot?”

  12. VotingFemale says:

    Afternoon Bob Mack!

    You likely don’t know it… but I am mixed-race, 25% Chickasaw native American and 75% western European.

    The Chickasaw Nation was revered as the ““Spartans of the lower Mississippi Valley” and dubbed “Unconquered and Unconquerable.”

    They were never defeated in battle. http://www.chickasawpress.com/pg2.htm

    The only war in which they fought alongside the losing side is the War Between the States… the American Civil War.

    The Chickasaw Nation is credited by many historians for English being the language of the United States, as a result of warring against the French on the side of the British.

  13. Foxwood says:

    Good afternoon Orca, Bob!

    My oldest daughter is half Choctaw. I spent most of my time in Oklahoma, living in Louisiana now for 15 years. Not to be derogatory, but I took my daughter to Indian Education. That was what it was called. She was born in Claremore Indian Hospital. Until recently, all native Americans called themselves Indians in Oklahoma, but Arlene would know more about that now.

  14. VotingFemale says:

    Foxwood, yes my maternal grandmother, great-grandmother, and Mom all referred to us as indians. My maternal grandmother’s family name is Lightfoot.

  15. Bob Mack says:

    VF, I guess that’s why you take no prisoners!
    I just don’t like the term “Native American”, it’s more meaningless PC coinage. Now, words like Chickasaw, Choctaw, Apache, etc. mean something, they contain information & heritage. When I was a kid, one of my pals was a Cherokee from Virginia who was living with his brother in a foster home down the street. We were the same age, so how’d he get to be a Native American, but not me?

  16. VotingFemale says:

    Tea Party Rally, with Sarah Palin, streaming live at this time…


  17. VotingFemale says:

    Trying to shut up freedom of speech, Mall Management unintended consequences? It gets splashed all over the local FOX TV Channel



  18. VotingFemale says:

    Bob, If you’re born here you are a native.

    The only issue with indian is it was a misnomer… a case of mistaken continent, this wasn’t India. lol

  19. VotingFemale says:

    Foxwood says
    My oldest daughter is half Choctaw.

    I remember you mentioning before. She and I may be distantly related.

    The traditional history of these tribes, the Choctaw signifying separation and the Chickasaw, rebellion, goes to show that both were members of the Muskogee nation prior to their migration to the country east of the Mississippi; and the tradition further states that two brothers, Chatah and Chicksah, both influential chiefs, headed the migration that is supposed to have started from western Mexico. James Adair, in his book American Indians, says that the Choctaws and Chickasaws descended from a people called Chickamacaws, who were among the first inhabitants of the Mexican empire and at an early period wandered east with another tribe called Chockamaws. It may be easily inferred that the name Choctaw has its derivation from Chockamaws, and Chickasaw from Chickamacaws.

  20. VotingFemale says:

    Who??? Meeee??? why S’ahh, butt’ahh would not melt in my mouth. lol

    Bob Mack says

    VF, I guess that’s why you take no prisoners!

  21. Foxwood says:

    Been busy. I didn’t get to clean my garage yesterday, because of the call outs. So that’s why I’ve not been on so much today.

    My first wife was a very dark woman. She could easily be mistaken for being black. My mom and dad were not happy with me (they will deny that they are racist), but they did take care of my girl when I needed them. They love her very much today.

    It’s a shame. I tried to get her to learn her heritage, but she never has been interested. She is a very beautiful young woman today. I’m so white, she doesn’t look like she’s my daughter.

  22. VotingFemale says:

    Genes are fickle things, Foxwood.

    by the end of a long New England winter/spring, I look quite the whitey girl.

    By mid-summer playing golf 2/3 times a week, I turn golden brown… except for the unexposed parts that is. lol

  23. VotingFemale says:

    She may turn to an interest in her ancestry at a later age, Fox.

    My mother was ashamed of her heritage, due to discrimination of her generation. I was never ashamed tho I was sometimes mocked by the other girls. I finally gave one of them a bloody nose… she kept her mouth shut after that.

  24. VotingFemale says:

    from a Democrat journalist spin jocky:

    Just when you thought the debate over Obama’s health scare deform bill could not turn any more vicious.

    Representative Ed Perlmutter opened up a can of whoop-tail on his Republican challenger Ryan Frazier during their Colorado debate this weekend – at least according to overzealous bloggers like the ones at Politico.

    Media outlets are reporting that Perlmutter ‘slapped’ the guy challenging him for his House seat; in fact, Perlmutter merely pushed away Frazier’s hand after Frazier got a little too provocative and pointed a finger too close to Perlmutter’s face.

    Even so Perlmutter quickly realized the error of his ways and offered an apology for pushing away Frazier’s hand. The physical confrontation occurred when Frazier demanded to know where the Obama-Pelousy-Reid health industry bailout scam bill included tort reform.

    Asked the incredulous Frazier: “What page Ed?”

    Perlmutter, who’d argued the bill included bipartisan ideas, said he didn’t know, prompting Frazier to mock his Democratic rival.

    “Come on Ed. Be honest.”

    At this point, Frazier pointed at Perlmutter with his too accusatory right index finger. An angered Perlmutter pushed Frazier’s hand away.

    “Don’t hit me man, come on” exclaimed Frazier.

    A chagrined Perlmutter apologized: “Sorry. Sorry. You’re right. Sorry. You’re right.”

    But because the media will inevitably play up this relatively minor incident as ‘;PERLMUTTER SLAPS FRAZIER’ – even on pro-Democrat websites like the Huffington Post – Perlmutter’s brief loss of the requisite campaign cool may hurt his already tenuous chances at re-election.

    Polling in the race between the two candidates has shown them locked in a dead heat.

  25. AFVET says:

    Never be ashamed of your heritage, only of your ignorance.
    We have no control over our heritage, however we do have control over our knowledge.
    Bullies exist in every facet of our existence.
    A bloody nose is coming for Barry.
    He thinks he’s a bully.
    Not so Barry.

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  27. Foxwood says:

    I’ve punched a few bullies before… They don’t like it.

    Berry Obutthole isn’t going to like Nov. 2nd.

  28. Foxwood says:

    Oh, forgot…

    Good afternoon, AFVET!

  29. m2 says:


    Good for Rand for not shaking hands with that quack loser Conway.

  30. m2 says:

    Man, Fox, are they scraping the bottom of the barrel or what? Jack Conway’s is really, really struggling to pull anything out of the hat. WHAT A JOKE! I think he is the extremist, mental case.

    Are Democrats running on a case of Psychological Projection?

    Everything they accuse their opponents of -is what they are.

  31. m2 says:

    Two top Kentucky Democratic operatives tell Power Play that party leaders in the commonwealth are worried that Senate nominee Jack Conway’s ad questioning Republican Rand Paul’s Christian faith is backfiring.

    “This basically gives Paul a chance to do nothing but play the injured party and talk about his family values,” said one Democrat, a veteran of two successful statewide campaigns and a supporter of Conway’s primary opponent, Lt. Gov. Dan Mongiardo. “If you run something like that, you better have your opponent dead to rights, not some 30-year-old college prank.”

    Another politico who has advised one of the two House Democrats seeking reelection in Kentucky this year told Power Play that Conway “is on his own” with the ad, and suggested that the ad has deepened concerns that a “meltdown” by Conway could drag down the rest of the ticket in the state.

    “This is exactly how Paul won the primary so big – [Republican Secretary of State Trey Grayson] went overboard on the attack and Paul was able to turn it around on him,” he said.

    National Democrats are so far mostly holding back on the Conway ad, which questions whether Paul is a Christian because of his membership a college society in 1984 that pulled pranks at Baptist Baylor University. Paul and his family are members of a Presbyterian Church in Bowling Green, Ky.

    Appearing on MSNBC this morning. Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) suggested that the ad is “very dangerous” because it tries to use Paul’s college antics against him today and said that the ad comes “close to the line” of appropriateness.

    McCaskill, though, accused Paul of being “thin skinned” for refusing to shake Conway’s hand after the Sunday debate.

    On the left, there is considerable anxiety over Conway explicitly making an attack many liberals believe Republicans have long made implicitly against Democrats – namely that they are inadequately Christian to hold high office.

    Jonathan Chait, a writer at the leading liberal magazine, The New Republic, wrote today that the ad was based on “a pretty sickening premise” and may be the “ugliest, most illiberal political ad of the year.”

    It’s a turnabout for Conway whose effort to deny arch-conservative Paul a Senate seat has drawn throaty support on the left and lots of fundraising help from groups like MoveOn.Org and DailyKos.com.

    So far, Paul is following the script feared by many Kentucky Democrats and actively using the ad against Conway and highlight his family values.

    Paul debuted today an ad that accuses Conway of bearing “false witness” and says Paul “keeps Christ in his heart and in the life he shares with his wife and three boys.” Paul has also said that he may opt out of the two remaining debates rather than share the stage with Conway.

    The Conway offers the following statement from campaign spokesman John Collins:

    “Rand Paul can huff and puff all he wants, but he still hasn’t explained his actions: why he joined a secret society after the President of Baylor University banned it because it ‘made fun of not only the Baptist religion, but Christianity and Christ.’

    Rand Paul needs to answer why a woman said Paul ‘blindfolded me, tied me up.told me their god was ‘Aqua Buddha’ and that I needed to bow down and worship him.’ Rand ought to have the guts to keep his commitment to KET and explain his actions to the people of Kentucky.”

    Read more: http://politics.blogs.foxnews.com/2010/10/18/some-democrats-worry-conway-ad-rands-faith-backfiring#ixzz12kBn725h

  32. ohiobelle says:

    Hello everybody!!

    Nothing pissed me off more when Jerry Brown said that whore was not as offensive as the N word!

  33. ohiobelle says:

    I was up in the air about Paul until the debate! Conway is a little b!tch for his attack at the debate. I hope Rand Paul wins BIG!!

  34. ohiobelle says:

    The Dems are going to get crushed this election. The more they talk the worse it will be for them on Nov 2nd!!

  35. tellitlikeitis says:

    Obamacare is the kiss of death for the Democrats!
    This is what happens when you vote against the will of the people.
    They shoved Obamacare down our throats and now in Nov we are going to shove their ending political careers up their a$$es. LOL!

    Dems find careers threatened by Obamacare votes
    By: Michael Barone
    Senior Political Analyst
    October 15, 2010

    Seven months ago Speaker Nancy Pelosi spent a busy week rounding up votes to pass the Senate version of the Democrats’ health care legislation.

    It wasn’t easy. She had to get Democrats who had voted no in November to switch to yes in March. And she had to get Democrats who had refused to vote for the bill in November without an anti-abortion amendment to vote for a bill in March that lacked that language.

    She took the unusual step of scheduling the roll call for Saturday — so members wouldn’t go back to their districts and be besieged by Obamacare opponents.

    Those opponents, according to polls at that time, included most American voters. But Pelosi, Barack Obama and Bill Clinton predicted the bill would become more popular after it was passed (and, Pelosi said, after people had a chance to read it).

    National polls indicate that hasn’t happened yet. But what about the districts of the House Democrats who cast the key votes that made Obamacare law? Those Democrats have an interest in persuading constituents of the law’s merits. So how are they doing?

    In general, not very well.

    Take Betsy Markey of Colorado’s 4th Congressional District, who in 2008 beat a Republican who seemed fixated on the same-sex marriage issue. Markey cast a late-in-the-roll-call no in November, then publicly switched to yes in the week before the March 21 roll call. She’s currently trailing Republican Cory Gardiner by an average of 44 to 39 percent in three polls. Her Web site links to a video she cut the week after the vote saying she had “the honor” to vote for the bill. But otherwise it seems to be silent on the issue.

    Or consider John Boccieri of Ohio’s 16th District, who switched from no to yes in a TV press conference in which he said the bill would do great things for his constituents. Boccieri’s district was represented by Republicans for 58 years until he was elected in 2008.

    It looks like it will be again next year. In three polls Republican Jim Renacci leads Boccieri by an average of 46 to 36 percent. Boccieri’s Web site links to a recent interview in which he defends Obamacare and challenges opponents to say which provisions they’d give up.

    Then there is Suzanne Kosmas, a longtime real estate agent who beat a Republican with an ethics issue in 2008 for Florida’s 24th District seat. She announced her switch from no to yes late in the week before the roll call. She’s now running behind Republican Sandy Adams by an average of 47 to 40 percent in three recent polls.

    To put these numbers in perspective, it’s highly unusual for an incumbent House member to trail a challenger in any poll or to run significantly below 50 percent. But these three Democrats are running 5 to 10 points behind Republican challengers and none tops 40 percent.

    At least they’re running, which is more than can be said for Bart Stupak of Michigan’s 1st District, the chief sponsor of the anti-abortion amendment that he forced onto the House bill in November. Just hours before the March roll call he was persuaded that an executive order, which he was assured Obama would sign, would have the same effect.

    Legal experts and strong abortion opponents disagreed. But Stupak cast a critical vote for the bill, as did five other Democrats widely referred to as “the Stupak five” who flanked him at his press conference. If these six votes had gone the other way, Obama would have been defeated.

    Stupak promptly announced he was retiring after 18 years. Republican Dan Benishek is currently leading there by an average of 44 to 27 percent in five polls.

    Two of the Stupak five, freshmen Steve Driehaus of Ohio 1 and Kathy Dahlkemper of Pennsylvania 3, are in dreadful shape. Driehaus trails by an average 51 to 41 percent in his Cincinnati area district; Dahlkemper trails by an average of 45 to 37 percent in her Erie area seat.

    Another two are from West Virginia. Alan Mollohan, first elected in 1982, lost in the May primary; Nick Joe Rahall, first elected in 1976, won his primary and seems well ahead for November.

    Doing best is Marcy Kaptur of Ohio 9, first elected in 1982. Her Republican opponent reportedly wears Nazi uniforms in World War II re-enactments.

    But that’s an exception. The rule seems to be that casting a decisive vote for Obamacare tends to be a career-ender.

    Michael Barone,The Examiner’s senior political analyst, can be contacted at mbarone@washingtonexaminer.com. His column appears Wednesday and Sunday, and his stories and blog posts appear on ExaminerPolitics.com.

    Read more at the Washington Examiner: http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/politics/Dems-find-careers-threatened-by-Obamacare-votes-1228371-105059824.html#ixzz12kGDZlUx

  36. ohiobelle says:

    I’ll check back in a little bit.

  37. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good afternoon Belle!!! Long time no see. I hope you and your family are well!

  38. ohiobelle says:

    Hello Tellit!!

    Tellit wrote: Obamacare is the kiss of death for the Democrats!
    This is what happens when you vote against the will of the people.
    They shoved Obamacare down our throats and now in Nov we are going to shove their ending political careers up their a$$es. LOL!

    WELL SAID!!!

  39. Foxwood says:

    Good afternoon Belle!

    M2, the Marxists… er… Dems are acting like the Keystone Cops right now. Everything they do gets them squat.

  40. ohiobelle says:

    I can’t wait until Nov 2nd!! Ohio has had enough of taxin’ Teddy Strickland! I personally want to be the person to kick his ass to the curb!

  41. Foxwood says:

    Good afternoon Tellit!

  42. Foxwood says:

    I’m about ready to poop out. Probably go to bed after Beck. I’m on call this week and was out late last night.

  43. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good afternoon Foxwood!

  44. ohiobelle says:

    I don’t know one person that hasn’t already mailed their absentee ballot. I don’t know one person that didn’t vote straight REPUBLICAN!! They ignored us for 2 years… now they will be forced to listen as they stand next to us in the unemployment lines!!

  45. tellitlikeitis says:

    I hope the new congress takes away their bloated pensions. They don’t need it anyway. They all come out of Congress millionaires.

  46. Foxwood says:

    I understand Michele and Berry have been campaigning in Ohio today. I hope like the last few places Berry has campaigned, it will fall flat for him.

  47. ohiobelle says:

    Tellit wrote: I hope the new congress takes away their bloated pensions. They don’t need it anyway. They all come out of Congress millionaires.

    AHHHH… That’s crap that they get a pension!! I hope they get our super fantastic (now 20% more expensive) healthcare!

  48. samiam60 says:

    Oh, um, VF, this latest blog post about Conservative Women has inspired me to Challenge your thinking:


  49. Foxwood says:

    Congress needs term limits, Tellit.

    I’d like to see the states make an amendment. Congress won’t do it. There is a provision in the Constitution for states to make amendments.

  50. Foxwood says:

    Good afternoon, Sami!

  51. ohiobelle says:

    Hello Sam!!

    I was wondering how long Countrywide Dodd would last if he has our super fantastic universal CRAP!! I am sure he is cancer free and will remain cancer free because he has the best treatment available!

  52. tellitlikeitis says:

    There is nothing that is more degrading or offensive to a female than the “C” word. That is more offensive than calling her a whore. Both can be considered equally as bad but the “C” word is far worse. If your a man don’t call a woman the “C” word unless you want to get your a$$ kicked. That is like using the “N” word against a black person.

  53. samiam60 says:

    Good afternoon Ohiobelle and Foxwood.

    VF, your title for this post sounds so familar, yet, I cannot think where I may have heard part of that before. Hmmmmm 😉

  54. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good afternoon Sami!

  55. ohiobelle says:

    Tellit, I think whore is just as bad.. ESPECIALLY COMING FROM A JACK ASS LIKE JERRY BROWN!!! LOL

    I’ll check back in a bit.

  56. tellitlikeitis says:

    Belle, I agree but I would call him (J B) a bald headed a$$hole myself. Please, no offense meant or intended to the other follicly challenged men out there. lol!

  57. samiam60 says:

    Hi Tellit. Slow news day huh?

  58. Foxwood says:

    I’ve heard women say Jean Luc Picard is a hunk, I wouldn’t know, I don’t swing that way.

  59. ohiobelle says:

    Tellit wrote: Belle, I agree but I would call him (J B) a bald headed a$$hole myself. Please, no offense meant or intended to the other follicly challenged men out there. lol!


  60. tellitlikeitis says:

    The commicrats are going to get their a$$es kicked. I can’t wait until Nov 3 to hear all the “what went wrong analysis and all the crying from the lamestream media closet commies.”

    The Note: A Tale Of Two Majorities


    ALL OVER THE MAP. As Democratic prospects for holding onto the Senate have improved, the same can’t be said for Democratic chances to hold their majority in the House. With just over two weeks to go, here’s our fresh look at the electoral map: In the Senate, Democratic candidates look stronger in Pennsylvania (we’ve moved the race from “Lean Republican” to “Toss Up”), Delaware, Connecticut and West Virginia. The one place where Republicans look better is Missouri. The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has pulled out most of its advertising dollars there and is instead pouring more cash into Nevada. We have moved Missouri from “Toss Up” to “Lean Republican.”

    Bottom line: The path to the majority runs through Nevada, Colorado, Illinois, Kentucky, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Washington state, California, and Connecticut. For Republicans to win the Senate they need to win 7 of these 9 states. Right now, Republican chances look best in Nevada, Colorado, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Illinois and West Virginia. After that, Washington state looks to be the most vulnerable Democratic-held seat. Public polls show Sen. Patty Murray with a significant lead, but private polling shows the race tighter. In fact, the National Republican Senatorial Committee released a poll showing the race tied. Plus, this state has proven to be volatile in wave-years. And while Pennsylvania is now a “Toss Up,” Democrat Joe Sestak still has a tough road ahead. Republicans are feeling more confident about California and are pumping over $1 million into that race. Of course, $1 million doesn’t go all that far in the state’s pricey media markets.

    In the House, there has been some tightening in many key races, but it’s not enough to make Democrats feel all that much better. There are still far too many Democratic incumbents under 50 percent in the polls. Republicans continue to enjoy an “enthusiasm advantage” among voters. And, outside groups are helping Republicans expand the playing field by pouring money into previously ignored districts. Political prognosticators like Charlie Cook see the prospects for Democratic losses to be worse than 1994, when they lost 52 seats.

    Bottom line: We now list 196 seats where the Republican is favored and 195 seats where the Democrat is favored. This means that Democrats need to win 23 seats to hold onto the majority, while Republicans would need to win 22 seats. But don’t forget: Democrats have many more vulnerable seats to defend than Republicans do. Democrats have 42 seats in “Toss-Up” and 21 seats that “Lean Republican.” Meanwhile, Republicans have just 2 seats in “Toss Up” and 2 seats. Of the 124 competitive Congressional districts (those listed as leaning or toss-up), 59 — or nearly half — come from the region that stretches from Maine to the Mississippi. Of the 44 “Toss Up” seat, Obama carried just 10 with 55 percent or more of the vote while Sen. John McCain won 20 of these Congressional districts in 2008.

    NOTED: Making matters worse for Democrats, they were outraised in roughly 40 Congressional Districts, according to recent fundraising numbers. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is being forced to spend in places like Arizona’s 7th Congressional district (Rep. Raul Grijalva) and California’s 20th Congressional district (Rep. Jim Costa), which suggests that the field of vulnerable seats continues expand.

    Check out ABC’s House, Senate and governor’s race maps: http://bit.ly/cRwPpH

    GOING WEST. The action among high-profile surrogates on the campaign trail takes a decidedly Western tilt this week as top Democrats and Republicans spend much of their time in states like California, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington state. For Democrats, the focus is on three key Senators who are trying to keep their jobs: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., and Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wa. President Obama will hit all four states, plus two — Maryland and Minnesota — in what will be a dizzying week of travel. On Wednesday the president heads to Oregon to campaign for gubernatorial candidate John Kitzhaber, then it’s on to Seattle on Thursday for a rally with Sen. Murray. Stops in San Francisco and Los Angeles follow. He’s in the Bay Area for a DNC dinner and in L.A. for events on behalf of Sen. Boxer. Finally it’s on to Las Vegas to campaign for Sen. Reid and to attend events for the DNC and DSCC. Stops in Pennsylvania and Maryland will book-end Vice President Joe Biden’s week, but in between he will also hit Washington state, California and Nevada to campaign for Murray, Boxer and Reid. First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden will also campaign together in Western states this week. Meanwhile, Sarah Palin kicks of a Tea Party Express pre-election tour in Reno, Nevada today. (Palin spent the weekend rallying voters in California.) The Tea Party Express “Liberty at the Ballot Box Tour” will travel across the country over the next two weeks and end its journey in Concord, N.H.

    FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH. Together again: President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama campaigned together for the first time since the 2008 presidential race on Sunday. The couple headlined fundraisers in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio, but the main event was a rally that drew an estimated 35,000 at Ohio State University. ABC’s Tahman Bradley reports: “The rally was aimed at the young voters who supported Obama for president in 2008 by a lopsided margin. Democrats hope young voters recapture their enthusiasm to perhaps help boost the party’s chances in November’s midterm election. ‘We need you fired up,’ President Obama said. Michelle Obama told the crowd that President Obama cares deeply about changing the country and making life better for the next generation, something she cares very much about as a mom, and that’s what motivates her to make the rounds on the stump. … Acknowledging Democrats are in a rough fight this election, the president told the young audience their vote can make a difference this year just as it helped two years ago. ‘In little more than two weeks you can set the direction of this state and the direction of this country not just the next two years but for the next five years, the next 10 years, the next 20 years,’ he said. ‘Just like you did in 2008, you can defy the conventional wisdom.’” http://bit.ly/9iwMlX

    UNDER THE RADAR. Although the spotlight this year is on the battle for control of Congress, ABC’s Rick Klein points out the “stealth issue in the 2010 elections” — redistricting. The every-ten-year redrawing of the electoral map has “taken on an added political dimension this time around,” Klein reports. “The likely changes in congressional representation are intensifying national attention on gubernatorial and state legislative contests in states such as Texas, Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania. The first two states are poised to be big winners in the reapportionment of House districts, while the latter two appear likely to lose seats. Beyond that, ballot initiatives in several states — most notably California and Florida — could have long-lasting implications on how new voting districts are drawn in 2011 and beyond. ‘It’s really about power and who has it — and the lengths that they’re willing to go to keep people from getting it,’ said Jeff Reichert, a filmmaker who’s out with a new documentary, ‘Gerrymandering,’ that explores the politicization of the redistricting process.” http://bit.ly/9iwMlX And hear more from Reichert on today’s edition of “Top Line.”

    ON TODAY’S “TOP LINE”: ABC’s Jonathan Karl interviews Nevada Senate Tea Party Candidate Scott Ashjian, who is trying to make a stand against Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., and Republican Sharron Angle. Though recent polls indicate Ashjian might only draw a tiny fraction of the votes on Election Day, GOP officials are remain worried that his presence on the ballot could drain votes from Angle in what looks like an extremely tight race. Also on “Top” line, ABC’s Rick Klein has a conversation with Jeff Reichert, director of the new political documentary, “Gerrymandering,” which aims to shine a bright light on redistricting. Check out the trailer: http://bit.ly/Q03Gn Watch “Top Line” LIVE at 12:00 p.m. Eastern. http://bit.ly/ABCTopLine

  61. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hi Sami, Just getting started.

  62. tellitlikeitis says:

  63. tellitlikeitis says:

    Borrowed comment:

    Dumbama just can’t get anything right. George Soros is typecast as the Evil Emperor, pulling the strings behind the scenes to destroy the free people of the American Alliance…and Dummy is just one of his brainless minions.

  64. tellitlikeitis says:

  65. tellitlikeitis says:

    No Dumbama! The movie is called “Just Say No to the Democrats and Socialism” coming to a voting booth near you Nov 2.

  66. tellitlikeitis says:

    Not Good!

    Dollar Declines for Fifth Week on Prospects of More Monetary Easing by Fed

    The dollar fell for a fifth week against the euro, matching a losing streak that ended in December 2008, as traders speculated the Federal Reserve will further ease monetary policy, debasing the greenback.

    The U.S. currency dropped this week to a 15-year low against the yen and fell to parity with the Australian and Canadian dollars before next week’s Fed report on regional economies. Asian currencies rallied against the dollar as Singapore sought faster currency appreciation, pulling back from efforts to stem gains.

    “There’s a bit of push and pull in dollar weakness: the push has been revolving around quantitative easing, and the pull has been the attractiveness of emerging-market currencies,” said Alan Ruskin, global head of Group of 10 foreign-exchange strategy at Deutsche Bank AG in New York.

    The dollar fell 0.3 percent to $1.3977 per euro, from $1.3939 on Oct. 8 It slid to $1.4159 yesterday, the weakest level since Jan. 26. The greenback slid 0.6 percent to 81.45 yen, from 81.93 last week. It touched 80.88 yesterday, the weakest level since April 1995, when it reached the post-World War II low of 79.75 yen. The euro dropped 0.3 percent to 113.88 yen, from 114.19.

    The U.S. currency’s five weeks of decline against the euro tied a stretch of losses during a period that ended Dec. 26, 2008. The central bank cut its fed funds target that month to a range of zero to 0.25 percent.

    Aussie at Parity

    Australia’s dollar touched $1.0004 yesterday, trading stronger than the greenback for the first time since currency controls ended in 1983. The Aussie appreciated 0.6 percent to 99.07 U.S. cents this week.

    Canada’s dollar rose to parity on Oct. 14 for the first time since April, touching 99.81 cents versus its U.S. counterpart on speculation the nation’s economy will benefit from more purchases of government debt by the Fed, a policy known as quantitative easing. The loonie ended the week up 0.1 percent to C$1.0104 per U.S. dollar.

    The Dollar Index, used by IntercontinentalExchange Inc. to track the greenback against currencies including the euro, yen and pound, fell 0.4 percent to 77.041 after touching 76.144 yesterday, the lowest level since Dec. 11.

    The gauge of the greenback has dropped 4.2 percent since Sept. 21, when the Fed said in a statement following its policy meeting that it’s prepared “to provide additional accommodation if needed” to support the recovery.

    Bernanke’s View

    Fed Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said yesterday in remarks at a Boston Fed conference that the central bank may expand asset purchases or change the language in its statement, while saying “nonconventional policies” have costs and limitations. “There would appear — all else being equal — to be a case for further action,” Bernanke said.

    The central bank will release on Oct. 20 its Beige Book survey of regional Fed banks. Last month, the report found the economic rebound showed signs of slowing. Minutes of the Fed’s September meeting released on Oct. 12 indicated that policy makers were poised to take more easing steps “before long.”

    The U.S. consumer price index rose 0.1 percent in September after 0.3 percent gains in the prior two months, the Labor Department reported yesterday. The median forecast of 79 economists in a Bloomberg News survey was for a 0.2 percent increase.

    “CPI showed benign inflation pressures across the board, which are not likely to hinder the Fed from embarking on additional asset purchases,” said Omer Esiner, chief market analyst in Washington at Commonwealth Foreign Exchange Inc., a currency brokerage.

    Singapore’s Dollar

    Singapore’s dollar rallied for a ninth week, advancing 0.8 percent to 1.2958 per dollar after the city state said it would allow its currency to appreciate in a bid to control inflation.

    Malaysia’s ringgit gained 1 percent to 3.0820 against the dollar after touching 3.0800 on Oct. 14, the strongest level in 13 years. South Korea’s won climbed 0.8 percent to 1,111.50 versus the dollar after reaching 1,110.05 this week, the strongest level since May 3.

    The Bloomberg-JPMorgan Asia Dollar Index climbed 0.4 percent to 115.93, advancing for a seventh straight week. The index reached 115.97 yesterday, the highest since April 2008.

    The U.S. Treasury Department said it will delay a report on international currencies, including China’s yuan, while citing progress in the acceleration of the pace of the yuan’s rise.

    Stronger Yuan

    The yuan advanced 0.5 percent this week and touched 6.6406, the strongest level since the central bank unified official and market exchange rates at the end of 1993.

    The report will be delayed until after the meetings of the Group of 20 nations in the coming weeks, according to a statement from the Treasury.

    The greenback has tumbled 5 percent against the yen since Sept. 15, when Japan acknowledged intervening in the market by selling the currency to prevent its strength from undermining the nation’s export-dependent economy.

    “Everybody is very cautious about a possible Bank of Japan intervention in the near term,” said Hidetoshi Yanagihara, a senior currency trader at Mizuho Financial Group Inc. in New York. “The market has been weak-dollar for a long time.”

  67. Foxwood says:

    Good night everyone. Got to get some sleep in case I get called out.

  68. tellitlikeitis says:

    Goodnite Foxwood!

  69. ohiobelle says:

    Sorry guys but I’ve been watching the Kentucky Senate debate again on CSPAN2. Conway is just making sh!t up! Kentuckians deserve better than that! They should vote for Rand Paul.

  70. ohiobelle says:

    Night Fox! We’ll catch up soon.

  71. Orca says:

    I voted today, did not want to take a chance I might die without voting

  72. samiam60 says:

    Oh, um, VF, this latest blog post about Conservative Women has inspired me to Challenge your thinking. Seems you are selling Liberal women short. I think my post is fair to both parties. imo


  73. tellitlikeitis says:


    Is Glenn Beck Suffering from Aspartame Poisoning?

    Glenn Beck’s Symptoms Match the Disease
    Glenn Beck’s followers know that the popular political entertainer has been suffering from health problems for quite a while. His eyes are suffering from a condition that his doctors label “macular dystrophy”. He is
    starting to feel numbness in his hands and his arms. He is having trouble with his voice. Earlier this week, co-host Pat Gray mentioned that his partner may be suffering from the “Rumsfeld Plague,” or aspartame disease. Although Pat mentioned it dismissively on his program earlier this week, the truth is, aspartame poisoning is all-too-familiar to many people, including myself. The numb skin, changes in voice, and eye deterioration are all symptoms of aspartame poisoning. There is good news for Glenn Beck, however. In many cases, the problem is reversible.

    Glenn Beck’s Problems

    Glenn Beck announced his vision problems earlier this year. His doctors believed that he had macular dystrophy. They told him that he could go blind within a year, or his vision could remain. Meanwhile, Glenn Beck’s viewers watched him as the thickness of his lenses grew over time. About a month ago, Beck mentioned that his hands were turning numb; although he tried to brush his problems off, they just continued to get worse.

    Some of the symptoms of aspartame poisoning include blindness in one or both eyes, decreased vision, trouble with contact lenses, headaches and migraines, dizziness, confusion, severe slurring of speech, numbness of the limbs, insomnia, and gradual weight gain. In total, there are more than 92 symptoms that are associated with consuming aspartame. Glenn Beck does not hide the fact that he consumes soda in large quantities. Last week, he specifically mentioned that he drinks Coke Zero. Coke Zero contains aspartame.

  74. tellitlikeitis says:

  75. Orca says:

    Just heard that, The beast had been thinking of buying Newsweek, but backed out because they wanted to move the dead mag more to the center.
    Newsweek is losing over 10 million a year with all of the latest cuts.
    I heard they might start a program that employees bring in their own toilet paper or maybe it was they were gonna print the mag on toilet paper so that it would gain value and have more utility.

  76. Foxwood says:

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

  77. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Orca!

    Time to make the donuts!



  78. Foxwood says:

    Yesterday, Goldberg said that O’Reilly needed to be more careful in his remarks because it’s a volatile time. “I”m glad that I left,” she said.

    Volatile time? Like a muslim might fly a plane into a building, or saw off someones head? How about stab a note into someones chest?

    I’d hate to offend a muslim.

  79. Foxwood says:

    The tune is on my mind…

  80. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my Fellow Patriots

    Unprecedented: Obama Has Borrowed $3 Trillion… So Far

    It took the United States of America 214 years (from 1776-1990) to borrow $3 trillion against the national debt. According to the U.S. Treasury, it’s taken President Barack Obama just 22 months to add the same amount. CNSNews reports:

    The overall debt of the federal government, according to the Treasury Department, is now $13.666 trillion.

    Each business day, in the afternoon, the Treasury Department’s Bureau of the Public Debt publishes the exact amount—to the penny–of total federal debt as of the close of the previous business day.

    At the close of business on Jan. 20, 2009, according to the bureau, the total debt of the federal government was $10,626,877,048,913.08. On Oct. 15, 2010, the federal government borrowed an additional $58,979,549,154.06, bringing the total federal debt at the close of Friday’s business day to $13,665,926,643,255.96—an increase of $3,039,049,594,342.88 since President Obama’s inauguration.

    As calculated by the Bureau of the Public Debt, the total federal debt includes two major components: debt held by the public, which includes publicly traded securities such as Treasury bonds, and intragovernmental debt, which is money the government borrows from theoretically dedicated funds within the government itself, such as the Social Security trust fund.

    The overwhelming majority of the $3.039 trillion increase in the debt under President Obama has come in the form of debt held by the public as opposed to intragovernmental debt. Debt held by the public has increased $2.75196 trillion since Obama was inaugurated, according to the Bureau of Public Debt, while intragovernmnetal debt has increased $287.0889 billion.


  81. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Sami!

    I’m up way too early this morning.

  82. ohiobelle says:

    Is anybody else sick and tired of seeing Meghan McCain talk out of her ass?

  83. ohiobelle says:

    I wonder if her father shares her views on Palin?

  84. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Belle!

  85. Foxwood says:

    She shows herself for the Marxist she is.

  86. Foxwood says:

    Sami must have already taken off for work.

  87. ohiobelle says:

    Good morning Fox!

    Fox wrote: She shows herself for the Marxist she is.

    She sure does.
    I couldn’t believe how cozy she and Olbermanns son looked last night.

  88. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Belle! Foxwood! Sam! Orca!

  89. VotingFemale says:

    Limbaugh: Obama looks ‘demonic’ http://images.politico.com/global/news/101018_limbaugh_obama_compy_ap_328.jpg

    By ANDY BARR | 10/19/10 8:25 AM EDT Updated: 10/19/10 8:35 AM EDT

    Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh on Monday rolled out a new attack on Barack Obama, charging that the president looks “demonic.”

    Pointing to a recent picture of the president highlighted by the conservative Drudge Report, Limbaugh improbably declared during his show Monday that there are no other photos of “an American president with facial expressions like this.”

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1010/43821.html#ixzz12oFCJ8WK

  90. ohiobelle says:

    Good morning VF!

    Meghan McCain is a loser just like her father! They can both go to hell.

  91. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning VF, Belle, and Foxwood. Am off work till Thursday. Using up vacation time.
    VF, did you see the link I posted where I am challenging you on this Conservative woman’s post? I had to post my own views on Conservative and Liberal woman thought you might like to see it.

  92. Foxwood says:

    Good morning VF!

    Belle said:
    “Meghan is really losing it. She needs to get over herself.”

    I can’t say it… VF will censor it. 🙂

  93. VotingFemale says:

    Quote today from one of millions of Politically Ferocious Conservative Women

    N.O.W=Hatred of women. They hate femininity, they hate the life women can bring forth, they hate the special strength God reserves for them.

  94. ohiobelle says:

    I think Media Matters will support “Meggie ‘Big Mac’ McCain” on her turn to the left! They can have the crazy b!tch!

    I need to stop talking about her! It just honestly p!sses me off! What a hag!

  95. ohiobelle says:

    Fox wrote: I can’t say it… VF will censor it.


    VF, please do not censor me. lol You know she is a crazy b!tch. hahah

  96. VotingFemale says:

    The leftists have been flocking to view this blogpost… as well they should. For attacking us personally is the best way to stir our resolve to crack down on them in a fashion that will leave them politically inert.

    Megan McCain is a tool… in the same way Bristol Palin’s babyfather is a tool. She will surely wince in years to come realizing what a idiot she is.

    Foxwood said

    Belle said:
    “Meghan is really losing it. She needs to get over herself.”

    I can’t say it… VF will censor it. 🙂

  97. Foxwood says:

    N.O.W. = National Organization of Wh*res

  98. ohiobelle says:

    VF, Do you like Meggie ‘Big Mac’ McCain?

  99. VotingFemale says:

    Belle! no one makes me laugh more than you, honey! OMG!!!


  100. VotingFemale says:

    Meggie “Mouse Mouth” McCain is a moron and a Lindsey Lohan wannabe… BARF!!!

  101. ohiobelle says:

    Did anybody catch Hannity last night? Barry is going to be on Mythbusters next month. hahaha

  102. VotingFemale says:

    They are socialists and most of them are hate-spewing lesbian FemiNazis

    Foxwood says

    N.O.W. = National Organization of Wh*res

  103. ohiobelle says:

    VF wrote: Meggie “Mouse Mouth” McCain is a moron and a Lindsey Lohan wannabe… BARF!!!

    HAHAHA!! There is my kitty… purrrr lol

  104. VotingFemale says:

    I read the show has already been taped. Barack has so tarnished the stature of the presidency, we may have to build a new residence for his replacement. and sell the present one so the muslims can buy it and turn it into a victory mosque.

    ohiobelle says

    Did anybody catch Hannity last night? Barry is going to be on Mythbusters next month. hahaha

  105. ohiobelle says:

    VF, that is funny as hell!!!!!

  106. Foxwood says:

    “Barry is going to be on Mythbusters next month.”

    Let me guess… Myth: he’s not a muslim.

  107. ohiobelle says:

    I am so glad President Soetoro has time to make TV appearances. It’s not like he is busy doing anything else. What a joke he has become.

  108. ohiobelle says:

    Fox wrote: Let me guess… Myth: he’s not a muslim.

    Myth: The stimulus worked.

  109. Foxwood says:

    Myth: natural born American.

  110. Foxwood says:

    Mens room! 🙂

  111. ohiobelle says:

    Myth: Healthcare will be more affordable for each and every American.
    Myth: No taxpayer money will be used to pay for abortions.


  112. VotingFemale says:

    lol@ men’s room

    too funny!

    I have to do errands a bit later and likely can’t get a blogpost out until around 12 or so…

  113. Foxwood says:

    Myth: Michele is the man of the house.

  114. VotingFemale says:

    The lamestream media is losing it mind; what little they had to start. I will be DVRing MSNBC on NOV-2 for the belly laughs!!! Weeee… will Olberman’s head literally explode on camera? If so I want it preserve it forever.

    Poor ole Olbie… they have a padded room reserved for him somewhere.

    They literally thought they had America by the throat… but America has them by the throat.

  115. Foxwood says:

    Hey! You can’t get in the mens room!

  116. VotingFemale says:

    “Hey! You can’t get in the mens room!”

    That is very true. You are the key master of the men’s room. I dont even know the password. Nor do I want to! Lord knows what you guys say in there, out of ear shot. lol

    That’s why I made it for you guys.

  117. ohiobelle says:

    VF, I have a list of things to do as well. I will check back this afternoon.

    Fox wrote: Myth: Michele is the man of the house.

    Only when she isn’t traveling around the world spending our money for her own selfish needs.

    I’ll check back after I get some things done.

  118. Foxwood says:

    Myth: Bo Obama’s never been kicked.

  119. Foxwood says:

    VF, you wouldn’t want to see the Bettie Page vid… er… the pics of my cute kitty cat.

  120. ohiobelle says:

    Fox wrote: Myth: Bo Obama’s never been kicked.


    MYTH: A community organizer with radical ties can run a country.

  121. Foxwood says:

    Myth: America came this close to Communism.

  122. Foxwood says:

    Myth: The President has never done Meth.

  123. ohiobelle says:


    MYTH: black voters would’ve voted for Barry even if he was white.

  124. ohiobelle says:

    Fox: I love the video!!

    That had to be what Congress did before they voted on the healthcare bill.

  125. Foxwood says:

    Myth: Berry’s father, mother, grandparents, mentor, and most of his staff are not Communists.

  126. ohiobelle says:

    MYTH: Rahm Emanuel left the White House to be the Mayor of a city he’s not even from because he’s always wanted to do it. hahaha

  127. Foxwood says:

    Myth: Rahm Emanuel is a lizard man.

  128. ohiobelle says:

    MYTH: Biden will be on the 2012 Democratic ticket.

  129. ohiobelle says:

    MYTH: Rachel Maddow is a woman.

  130. ohiobelle says:

    Fox: I hate to have to go but I have to get some things done.

    I’ll talk to you soon.

  131. Foxwood says:

    Myth: Berry doesn’t hate America.

  132. Foxwood says:

    Myth: Berry doesn’t believe in spreading the wealth.

  133. ohiobelle says:

    One more thing before I go. Did you hear McCain come out and defend the Tea Party today? I would love to be a fly on the wall at their next family gathering. lol

    Talk to you soon.

  134. Foxwood says:

    Later Belle,

    It was fun!

  135. ohiobelle says:

    Fox wrote: Myth: Barry doesn’t believe in spreading the wealth.

    Ahh I can’t believe you said that before me. Good call. haha

  136. ohiobelle says:

    Fox wrote: Myth: Barry doesn’t hate America.

    I think it’s more like Americans.

  137. Foxwood says:

    Myth: George Soros is on the other end of the Blackberry.

  138. ohiobelle says:

    MYTH: We weren’t attacked by Muslims on 9/11.

    That’s for all the b!tches on The View.

  139. ohiobelle says:

    MYTH: Americans want the Muslim shrine to be built on ground zero. You betcha we do.

  140. Foxwood says:

    I’m keeping you from your chores, huh?


  141. ohiobelle says:

    Fox wrote: I’m keeping you from your chores, huh?


  142. ohiobelle says:

    Okay I am walking away from the computer.

    I will talk to you soon.

  143. Foxwood says:

    Yeah, I’m finding that the bad part of my new job is I must be on call 24/7. I got to run too. 😦

  144. samiam60 says:

    If we are ever to expose the evil that has befallen us we must remain united.

  145. samiam60 says:

    New numbers courtesy of the Treasury Department show Obama has increased the deficit by $3 trillion in less than 2 years. If Obama’s spending spree continues, every income-tax paying family will get a bill for $163,000. Are you ready to pay that one?

  146. samiam60 says:

    Rules For Radicals, Alinsky
    Opening page – Dedication
    “Lest we forget at least an over-the-shoulder acknowledgment to the very first radical: from all our legends, mythology, and history… the first radical known to man who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom — Lucifer.”

  147. Foxwood says:

    We got to hope, Sami, that the Numb Nut session can’t accomplish a thing in the 2 weeks they will have after Nov. 2nd.

  148. VotingFemale says:

    Guys, the boldness of O is his ultimate undoing. He is on the wrong side of America and is both too stupid and too arrogant to realize the trouble he is in.

    This president has done more for the conservative cause that any other president in history. For that unintended consequence, I thank him.


  149. Orca says:

    With all of the talking heads turned out of office, nothing will surprise me

  150. Foxwood says:

    Tom Bosley, Mr. Cunningham on Happy Days has Died.

    Rest in peace.

  151. Foxwood says:

    Good afternoon Orca!

  152. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good afternoon everyone!!!

  153. Foxwood says:

    Good afternoon, Tellit!

  154. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hello Foxwood!

  155. Foxwood says:

    Still cleaning my garage. 😦

  156. tellitlikeitis says:

    A new political party! Sign me up! Hell Yea! lol!

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  158. tellitlikeitis says:


  159. Foxwood says:

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

  160. Foxwood says:

    It’s so sad that our Public School System and Colleges have dumbed down and indoctrinated our children. The Twitter Twits are a prime example. You can pick up any 100 or more year old history book, reader, or speller and find that God and scripture were in the Public School System. It was not until the ACLU came into being, that things changed. These MORONS WILL NOT or CAN NOT do the mental work it takes to know the truth.

    O’Donnell Was Factually Right, Coons and Widener Law Students Were Shockingly Foolish
    Date Wed, October 20, 2010 at 1:23 AM
    By Yomin Postelnik

    The First Amendment establishes that Congress shall declare no official nationwide religion. The First Amendment does not ban the mention of religion in public. In fact, it protects same. While far left radicals like Chris Coons may wish to knowingly distort or ignore this fact of American history, it is as shocking as it is sad that the entire student body of a supposedly “prestigious” law school seemed to be equally ignorant and/or oblivious to our founding principles.

    Yes, I know that in saying so I’ve just bucked conventional wisdom, which dictates that self proclaimed Marxist aficionados such as Chris Coons, wise men like Al Franken, erudite speakers like Barney Frank and great thinkers of our times like Howard Dean are the epitome of normal, while hard working Americans and Reagan Democrats, now referred to as “Tea Party Activists,” are the “extreme.” Too bad.

    Read more:

  161. Foxwood says:

    Democrat Insider: Christine O’Donnell will come very close to winning in Delaware

    He told me that Christine O’Donnell is going to get VERY, VERY CLOSE to winning in Delaware but he does not think she will win. But, he emphasized, “It’s going to be scary close for Coons”.

    Read more:

  162. Foxwood says:

    If Christine wins, I think Obutthole has very big problems. I know it’s the North East, but I can’t see how anyone in the US of A would vote for a Commie.

    Then again, there is the Public Indoctrination School System (PISS) and college over the last 100 years.

  163. Foxwood says:

    Good morning VF!

  164. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood!

    Scott Rasmussen spoke of O’Donnell last evening on FOXNews… and Rasmussen’s polls have been trending poorer for Conservatives than other pollsters… as Obama’s approval steadily declines, Rasmussen has been trending upward for O. How much payola would it take for Rasmussen to bend the poll curves for liberals? And when his polls were trending lower for Liberals this last 20 months, was that blackmail angled for a payoff in the lead-up to the Mid-Terms?

  165. Foxwood says:

    Your not suggesting Chicago style politics, are you?


  166. Foxwood says:

    13 days left for the smoking messiah to realize he’s in over his head.

  167. VotingFemale says:

    I am suggesting I see a trend. Pollsters are not above being blackmailed or bought off.

  168. Foxwood says:

    Trying to make bad news look good to influence the vote…

    I don’t think it’s going to work. 🙂

  169. VotingFemale says:

    I also expect voter fraud in the close races. This is why we have to push for conservative candidates harder than those criminals in the Socialist Party.

    It galls me that anyone would give those bastards a nod just because they feel empowered to break the rules.

  170. Foxwood says:

    The end justifies the means.

    Rules for Radicals.

  171. VotingFemale says:

    yup… and we are hampered by taking the high road.

    [shaking my head…]

  172. Foxwood says:

    When the schools teach Communism to students and the media is in with the Communist, I say it’s time to fight fire with nukes.

  173. Foxwood says:

    The once and future kingdom of austerity
    The U.K.’s Conservatives repudiate European welfare state
    By James A. Bacon
    The Washington Times
    7:21 p.m., Tuesday, October 19, 2010

    American liberals are big fans of the European welfare state. They point to European models of national health care, rich pensions and generous unemployment benefits as worthy of emulation in the United States. Europeans may not make as much money as Americans, the liberals say, but they have created a more humane way of life.

    What you don’t hear from the American left these days is much acknowledgment that the Europeans are backpedaling as fast as they can. There is a reason that transportation and oil-refinery unions have been striking in France and government workers are rioting again in Greece. When Greece nearly defaulted on its national debt last year, governments got a glimpse of what would happen when the money ran out, and they began enacting some of the toughest austerity measures of the post-World War II era.

    Read more:

  174. VotingFemale says:

    Dang… I have been distracted dueling with a liberal feminist trying to co-opt feminism as property of the liberals on her blog. Time to get some blogpost written here.

    Their sanctimony never ceases to amaze me.

  175. VotingFemale says:

    That’s the testosterone in ya, dear.

    They want conservatives to go violent… they dream of it.
    This is a battle for the minds of people and the pen is mightier than the sword.

    Foxwood says

    When the schools teach Communism to students and the media is in with the Communist, I say it’s time to fight fire with nukes.

  176. Foxwood says:

    I’m not saying, punch them out, all though I would feel much better for it, but what I am saying is find the dirt on them, investigate, because “the charges are so bad” nevermind the truth. Pull the same dirty tricks as them, but do it better. Fight fatwa with fatwa.

  177. Bob Mack says:

    “When the schools teach Communism…”
    State-run schools & teacher’s unions? Somehow, I don’t think they’re gonna be celebrating the same Constitutional Republic as us. Do they even teach Civics & Western Civilization anymore? Is reading Howard Zinn required to pass History? Ah, well, time to dump some more bourbon in my coffee…

  178. Foxwood says:


    Would that be Jim Beam?

  179. Foxwood says:

    There are not enough portapotties for the Cobert/Steward rally.

    Rush: Good, they can crap in their pants so they know how it feels Nov. 2nd.

  180. Bob Mack says:

    “Would that be Jim Beam?’
    Black Jack today. Jim Beam neat tonite if the damn Phils lose again.

  181. ohiobelle says:


    Did you guys catch Beck? It sounds like Soros has been threatening Beck again?

  182. tellitlikeitis says:

    Hello Belle, I believe Soros is pissed off because his grandiose dreams of a socialist America are falling apart and evaporating before his eyes. This is what happens when you automatically assume every person that makes up the American public is a blind fool. He should have found a better spokesman for president to pitch his communist argument than the teleprompter parrot dumb ass Obama.

  183. ohiobelle says:

    Hello tellit!!

    HAHAHA! Tellit wrote: He should have found a better spokesman for president to pitch his communist argument than the teleprompter parrot dumb ass Obama.

    That is awesome!!

  184. tellitlikeitis says:

    I don’t believe you will hear much from Soros after this massacre election. He knows the commicrats are toast. He shot his load backing loser Obama and the commicrats and he will go off somewhere to lick his wounds.

  185. tellitlikeitis says:

    Pick on Beck. What’s the point? Does Soros think that is going to score points with the left. I doubt it. I am so happy that fox picked him up. He is awesome!
    A sleeping giant has been awakened and I hope it doesn’t go back to sleep after the election. Diligence will be needed to keep the newly elected reps feet to the fire and push them to turn back the insanity of this politically correct socialism that has been thrust upon us.

  186. ohiobelle says:

    This morning on MSNBC they were comparing favorable polls from Bush, Clinton & Soetoro. They used polls taken in 1994 & 2006 and compared them to Barrys poll numbers today. They had to go that far into their terms to find polling numbers lower than Barry has today. I couldn’t believe they tried to make it look like Barry is doing good compared to Clinton and Bush!

  187. ohiobelle says:


  188. tellitlikeitis says:

    Belle, Consider the source. MSNBC! They carry the water for Obama. They waste their time trying to keep a sinking boat afloat with 500 holes in the hull.
    The term is called denial. They can’t come to grips with the fact their African American hero president is the dumbest motherf**ker on the planet.

  189. ohiobelle says:

    Tellit wrote: Pick on Beck. What’s the point? Does Soros think that is going to score points with the left. I doubt it. I am so happy that fox picked him up. He is awesome!

    Soros is probably the a!sshole funding all these bogus ads that the liberals are all b!tching about. Did you hear about the doctor of death ad? Probably paid for by Soros and his puppets for progress.

  190. ohiobelle says:

    Tellit wrote: Belle, Consider the source. MSNBC! They carry the water for Obama. They waste their time trying to keep a sinking boat afloat with 500 holes in the hull.

    Tellit, Is it denial or paid for? lol

  191. tellitlikeitis says:

    Belle, That’s all the commicrats have is negative attack ads. The last refuge of a scoundrel. I believe you told me you live in Ohio. The comicrats and their minions are pumping millions into ads in Ohio. The pols show people aren’t buying this bullsh*t. This is all an act of desperation. They know they are going to get their a&&es kicked in this election.

  192. ohiobelle says:

    Tellit, 100% spot on!! I live in Columbus and I don’t know 1 person that hasn’t already mailed their absentee ballot in support of the Republican party. Ohioians are FED up with taxin’ Teddy and their bullsh!t lies they tell us. Ohio will be once again be red!!

  193. tellitlikeitis says:

    I can’t predict the future however I don’t think the commicrats understand how much damage their party is going to sustain this November. I believe Nancy Pelosi will be gone as speaker and Harry Reid will no longer be majority leader. Obama is going to feel like a man on a deserted island surrounded by sharks.

  194. ohiobelle says:

    Taxin’ Teddy Strickland has done sooo much for Ohioians…
    NEARLY 400,000 JOBS LOST

    Isn’t he just super fantastic? lol I can’t wait to kick his ass to the curb!!

  195. tellitlikeitis says:

    Belle, I love Ohioans. Met quite a few in my life. Great hard working salt of the earth people. My favorite brother in law is from Toledo. He would lay down his life for me.

  196. tellitlikeitis says:

    I think Kasich will make a great governor. I have like him since the Newt Gingrich days.

  197. ohiobelle says:

    Tellit wrote: I believe Nancy Pelosi will be gone as speaker and Harry Reid will no longer be majority leader. Obama is going to feel like a man on a deserted island surrounded by sharks.

    Tellit, God I wish Barry was on a deserted island far far FAR away. He can take USA hatin’ wife with him.

  198. Bob Mack says:

    “…a deserted island surrounded by sharks…”

    Belle, I’d rather see him in with the sharks.

  199. ohiobelle says:

    tellit wrote: I think Kasich will make a great governor. I have like him since the Newt Gingrich days.

    We’ve got a strong group of Republicans that is going to win on November 2nd. John Kasich, Mary Taylor and Rob Portman are all names that Barry should be worried about.

  200. Bob Mack says:

    Belle, I’d rather see him in the water with the sharks.

  201. Bob Mack says:

    sorry for the dupe, don’t know why that happened.

  202. tellitlikeitis says:

    No comment on Kasich? HMMMM! Ok! The new Republicans better understand that this election is not just about the changing of the guard but we won’t tolerate business as usual when they get to Washington. They are not only going to have their feet held to the fire they are going to get the most intense anal exam they have ever had. WE WANT THIS SOCIALIST AGENDA NOT ONLY STOPPED BUT DISMANTLED! PERIOD! END OF STORY! If they are not willing to do that than they better have their resume’s updated when they get fired in 2012. There is not luxury of time anymore! We have had enough!!!!!!!!!!!!

  203. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good evening Bob Mack!

  204. ohiobelle says:

    Bob Mack, You might just be my best friend!! lol

    Love it!

  205. ohiobelle says:

    Guys I would love to stick around and chat but I’ve got to run. I’ll will be checking back tomorrow morning.

    Believe me when I say Ohioans are fed up and trust me when I say change is comin’.. hahah


  206. tellitlikeitis says:

    I believe Kasich will be the best thing that happened in Ohio for a long time. He is a true patriot in my opinion.

  207. tellitlikeitis says:

    If this happens in the US It will make what is happening in France now look look like a Sunday afternoon picnic. That’s what scares me. A very possible scenario here too. We already had one civil war in our history.

    Will Americans Follow French Example Of Mass Civil Unrest?

    Paul Joseph Watson
    October 19, 2010

    UPDATED: Wednesday, October 20, 2010

    RELATED: Time Magazine: Prospect Of Civil War In U.S. “Doesn’t Seem That Far Fetched”

    How will Americans react when the government begins to impose the same austerity measures that are causing riots, street battles, fuel blockades and other assorted chaos in France? Will we witness mass civil unrest or will the sleeping middle classes continue to scratch their butts and watch Dancing with the Stars?

    Back in June we forecast that the imminent onset of so-called austerity measures, which in reality represent nothing more than an elevated phase of government-run looting of the taxpayer, would herald an “age of rage,” leading to “riots and even revolutions as people react with fury in response to their jobs, savings, basic public services, pensions and welfare money being seized by the financial terrorists who caused the economic collapse in the first place.”

    Four months later and citizens of one of the most prosperous countries in the world with the highest standard of living have shut down France after six days of strikes and protests in response to government plans to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62 and the full state pension age from 65 to 67.

    Undoubtedly, there are two different protests occurring in France. The more violent scenes are the work of the rent-a-mob anarchist youths who couldn’t care less about pensions but will waste no opportunity to don black hoods and pointlessly smash up shop windows in demonstrations against “capitalism,” when in reality government seizure of pensions has all the hallmarks of command and control socialism and nothing to do with true free market capitalism.

    These youths are more concerned about their welfare checks being cut, but they won’t garner the sympathy of the rest of the French people by taking baseball bats to Starbucks forecourts in mocked up media stunts. The legitimate protests and the ones that genuinely hurt the establishment and put the idiot anarchists to shame are being run by French workers, truck drivers, and union leaders, and enjoy the support of around 70% of the population.

    Over a thousand gas stations have now run out of fuel across France, with strategic reserves set to last just a few weeks. Flights and trains have been disrupted, organized slowdowns have snarled highway traffic. The French are showing Americans how it should be done, by uniting peacefully to shut down an entire country. This is genuine people power – the French are sending a message to the establishment that they will no longer play ball until the looting stops.

  208. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Everyone!

    ohhh I have a great subject for a new blogpost. HAHAHAHA!!!!

  209. Foxwood says:

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

  210. Foxwood says:

    Once again Whoopi talks about “this volatile time”. What? If you piss off some muslims they get volatile and saw off your head? Maybe fly another plane into a building?

    No video of Greta On the Record yet.

  211. Foxwood says:

    The Hat Trick!

    Obama Continues to Omit ‘Creator’ From Declaration of Independence
    Posted on October 19, 2010 at 6:27pm by Meredith Jessup Meredith

    During a speech Monday, President Barack Obama once again omitted the Declaration of Independence‘s mention of man’s “Creator” as the source of his “unalienable rights.” While delivering remarks at a dinner fundraiser for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) in Rockville, Md., President Obama spoke about what he called the “essence” of the upcoming midterm election:


  212. Foxwood says:

    Amber Alert Issued for ‘By Their Creator’
    By Doug Powers • October 19, 2010 10:05 PM

    How does that saying go? “Once is coincidence, twice is happenstance, but three times is enemy action”… something like that.

    This is the third time the same “accidental omission” has occurred:


  213. Foxwood says:

    I am not a fan of Juan Williams, but this is just wrong.

    NPR Fires Analyst Over Comments on Muslims
    Published: October 20, 2010

    NPR has terminated its contract with Juan Williams, one of its senior news analysts, after he made comments about Muslims on the Fox News Channel.

    NPR said in a statement that it gave Mr. Williams notice of his termination on Wednesday night.

    The move came after Mr. Williams, who is also a Fox News political analyst, appeared on the “The O’Reilly Factor” on Monday. On the show, the host, Bill O’Reilly, asked him to respond to the notion that the United States was facing a “Muslim dilemma.” Mr. O’Reilly said, “The cold truth is that in the world today jihad, aided and abetted by some Muslim nations, is the biggest threat on the planet.”

    Read more:

  214. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood!

    nothing like the smell of burnt black power in the morning! hahaha

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