Angle to Behar: Thank You!

In case you missed it, Joy Behar had herself yet another socialist hissy fit yesterday on The View calling Sharron Angle a moron evil bitch who is going to hell, though, it is hard to top her head-exploding rant, and walk out with Whoopi, over the honesty expressed by visitor Bill O’Reilly about the 911 attack.

Why? obviously it is because Sharron Angle will retire Harry Reid on NOV 2.

Sharron Angle’s reaction? she sent Joy a very lovely flower arrangement along with a nice note:

Pray that Joy Behar never gets fired. You just can’t buy the kind of unique socialist generated campaign donating power for conservatives that Joy brings to the table.

Joy reacted today to the flowers and note by again calling Sharron Angle a bitch. lol Fools are God’s creature’s too! smirk

Perhaps Joy will generate another $150,000 for Sharron’s campaign today! If so, that might even merit candy from Sharron this time! 😉

Thank you, Joy!

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259 Responses to Angle to Behar: Thank You!

  1. Foxwood says:

    Joy Joy Joy… You should be Happy. 🙂

  2. arlenearmy says:

    Alan Colmes last nite tried to excuse Behar’s cussing fit by saying: She’s a comedian”. To me that’s no excuse.

    Maybe the walk off the stage was a shock & awe moment. But the 2nd shock & awe is a bit much. Behar pushed the envelope on this one. Her saying the Bword like she’s a street ghetto thug was something I did not expect to hear. And to think that nobody on the view was worst than Rosie Odonnell … well, Behar shows that she’s far worst.

    And another thing … I do not think it will do anything for her ratings. Ratings may drop, but the way Behar’s cussing /vulgarity rage was not only over the top, but it was a turn off.

  3. arlenearmy says:

    Do ya’ll the Howard Stern show .. I think that’s the name of it. Its the long curly headed dude who was so x-rated in in being vulgar that the radio stations took him off the air. Well, that’s how Behar is getting. That gal needs to chill.

    Also, the person who should had been embarrased was Barbara Walters. Poor Walters just sitting there not knowing how to control the situation. Barbara Walters is too classy of a woman to have her show turned into some Jerry Springer free-for-all.

  4. samiam60 says:

    Bam, Bam, VF you hit the these last two posts over the fence. Hard hitting and beyond reach of the Scum Sucking liberals. I just love waiting for the lightning after hearing the Thunder.

  5. VotingFemale says:

    Arlene, Joy Behar gets no pass for being a socialist twit. She is reacting as a political activist not as a in-character comedian.

    Alan Colmes would make excuses for Charles Manson if he thought it would help his communist buddies.

  6. samiam60 says:

    Ahahahaha, am I stupid or what? Lets try this again:

    I just love watching the Lightning and waiting to hear the Thunder.

    Ok, I think I got that right now?

  7. VotingFemale says:

    TY, Sam.

    I have taken to reacting to socialists call us teabaggers by calling them scumbaggers in return.

  8. samiam60 says:

    Ah yes, The Scumbaggers Party. You coined a phrase I do believe.

  9. tellitlikeitis says:

    Voter reports problem with ballot machine
    Comments 32
    Man said he voted straight-party ticket and got opposite results
    October 23, 2010 4:00 PM
    P. Christine Smith
    Sun Journal Staff

    A Craven County voter says he had a near miss at the polls on Thursday when an electronic voting machine completed his straight-party ticket for the opposite of what he intended.

    Sam Laughinghouse of New Bern said he pushed the button to vote Republican in all races, but the voting machine screen displayed a ballot with all Democrats checked. He cleared the screen and tried again with the same result, he said. Then he asked for and received help from election staff.

    “They pushed it twice and the same thing happened,” Laughinghouse said. “That was four times in a row. The fifth time they pushed it and the Republicans came up and I voted.”

    M. Ray Wood, Craven County Board of elections chairman, issued a written statement saying that the elections board is aware of isolated issues and that in each case the voter was able to cast his or her ballot as desired.

    Chuck Tyson, chairman of Craven County GOP, remains skeptical. He has been communicating with Wood about the issue and was invited to a meeting Wednesday with state elections officials. There were no further details about that meeting.

    “Something is not right here,” Tyson told the Sun Journal. He said he “got two or three calls” from people describing the same problem while they were voting.

    “I’ll be matter of fact, I didn’t find that press release satisfactory,” Tyson said, referring to Wood’s written statement.

    Tyson reported other problems as well, including long lines waiting for just two voting machines in Havelock, and machines reporting 250 ballots cast where 400 voters had signed in to vote.

    Laughinghouse cast his ballot at the county administration building at about 2:30 p.m., he said. After voting, he located a Republican worker on site and asked to speak with her about his voting machine issue. A man interrupted, he said, directing Laughinghouse to talk with him instead. That man said the machine likely needed to be calibrated, Laughinghouse said, and set about the method to do so.

    “Each morning every voting unit is calibrated as per manufacturer instructions by trained election rovers,” Wood’s statement said. “These individuals are also working throughout the county each day to assist one-stop officials with any issues that arise during the course of voting.”

    Laughinghouse advises voters to carefully check their ballots before confirming to ensure that the machine is logging each vote as intended.

    “If you’re in a hurry, you may just push the button and not notice it,” he said.

    He has become suspicious of voter fraud because of news reports he has heard. He would prefer voting machines to display an error message when they need to be calibrated, as opposed to completing ballots for the opposite party, he said.

    “I’m all for our country and we know there has been voter fraud before and it continues even today,” Laughinghouse said. “So you get suspicious when something like this happens.”

    The elections board also encourages voters to check their ballots carefully and to report any problems to poll staff before confirming the electronic ballot.

    “It is our desire to provide the citizens of Craven County with the most honest and fair election possible,” Wood’s statement said. “With that in mind and because we seek to maintain the privacy of all voters whenever possible, we ask any voter, while in the act of voting, notify an election official immediately should they experience any difficulties in casting their ballot.”

    Wood was unavailable to expand on his written comments on Friday afternoon, as he was in a conference, an elections office employee said. He did not return a phone message seeking additional comment as of press time.

    Tyson said he’d like it if Craven County would scrap its voting machines.

    “They never work, they’re late reporting, they screw up, they ain’t worth a damn and we ought to go back to paper ballots,” he said.

  10. tellitlikeitis says:

    If you can’t win it! then steal it!

    Residents cry foul over ballots

    Bucks County Courier Times

    A petition was filed with the Board of Elections over absentee ballots.


    A trio of Bucks County residents backed by the county Republican committee say they have evidence linking Democratic Congressman Patrick Murphy’s campaign to a scheme to flood the county voter registration office with fraudulent applications for absentee ballots.

    In a petition filed Tuesday, county Republicans say the name of Murphy’s campaign manager appeared on a Bristol post office box where voters were urged in a series of letters paid for by the state Democratic Committee to send absentee ballot applications.

    The county Republicans submitted with the petition a photograph of a note inside the mailbox that said, “Tim Percico and Paul Hampel only pick up mail.” Tim Persico is Murphy’s campaign manager, although his name is misspelled in the note. Hampel is a volunteer for the Democratic state committee who said he collects mail from the box.

    While county and state Democratic officials denied involvement in the letter campaign or refused to discuss it, Persico said Tuesday that the “PA Vote 2010” project that paid for the letters is a partnership between Murphy’s campaign and the state Democrats.

    Persico said the goal of the project is to help eligible Democratic voters obtain and cast absentee ballots.

    He dismissed assertions by Republican critics that the letters were misleadingly worded and noted that the Democratic state committee clearly takes credit for the mailings, which comply with all election laws.

    “The only reason the Republican Party is mad is working parents and college kids are sending in an application because they want to vote,” Persico said.

    Neither Murphy nor a spokeswoman for his campaign returned calls Tuesday.

    Bucks County Democratic Party Chairman John Cordisco said the county Democratic organization has no connection to the letters or the fraud alleged in the petition. “If there was voter registration fraud, it was being done outside the Democratic organization,” Cordisco said.

    In response to the Republican petition, the Bucks County Board of Elections scheduled a hearing 9:30 a.m. Friday at the courthouse to hear evidence of what the Republicans characterize as a coordinated effort to trick voters into improperly applying for absentee ballots and efforts to submit fraudulent applications for absentee ballots.

    “While some of these invalid applications have been caught and rejected by the Board of Elections, we believe many other defective and objectionable applications were inadvertently approved by the Board of Elections due to the pervasive nature of the fraud,” the petition says.

    The petition also asks county election officials to secure all completed absentee ballots at the courthouse in Doylestown until the board of elections can conduct an investigation of the claims.

    The petition is signed by Kelly McGinty of Middletown, and Carlo and Lucy Grilletto of Plumstead. Bucks County Republican Party Vice Chairwoman Pat Poprik said party officials and volunteers have gathered evidence in support of the claims put forth in the petition. The signatories are people who have been involved in the Republican Party, she said.

    “They’re a group of people who are just disgusted with what’s been going on,” Poprik said. “God bless them, they came forward to do something about it.”

    The petition is the latest in a series of alarms county and state Republicans have sounded over an influx of questionable absentee ballot applications. Last week, Bucks County District Attorney David Heckler said his office would investigate allegations of fraud leveled by state and county Republican officials.

    Voter Registration Director Deena Dean said her staff had rejected more than 600 defective absentee ballot applications as of Friday. Although the voter registration office continued to accept applications until the close of business Tuesday, Dean was unable to provide an updated total.

    The petition focused foremost on a series of letters voters in Bucks County began receiving some time after Labor Day. On letterhead of the fictitious Pennsylvania Voter Assistance Office, the mailings warned recipients that their right to participate in the Nov. 2 election might be in jeopardy if they failed to respond.

    The letters are signed by Frank S. Schultz, a Levittown resident who contributed $2,750 to Murphy’s 2008 campaign, according to Federal Election Commission records.

    The letters included an absentee ballot application and a postage-paid envelope addressed to post office box 2172 at the Bristol Borough post office on Beaver Street. The petition includes a photo in which the note containing Persico’s name is visible through the window of the post office box.

    “The bogus letter seeks to trick voters into needlessly registering for absentee ballots and then, for reasons unknown, causes them to send those ballots to a post office box apparently controlled by the Democratic candidate for Congress,” the petition says.

    Poprik said the photograph was taken Monday by a volunteer for the county Republican committee who she declined to name. The photograph bears a date stamp of “08/06/2009,” which Poprik said was the result of the camera being improperly set up.

    “The applications then appear to be sent to a central processing location to be gathered, screened and held, as evidenced by the fact that the dates on numerous applications are dated several weeks before the application were received in the Board of Elections,” the petition says.

    Persico said the purpose of collecting the applications at a central location is to track who applied and ensure that they have received their ballots.

    The petition also cites a widely circulated e-mail from the Murphy campaign that encourages affiliates to gather absentee ballot applications from infrequent voters.

    Six Bucks County residents provided affidavits included in the petition in which they describe encounters with campaign workers who instructed them to complete absentee ballot applications when they did not plan to be out of town for the election or to sign the names of family members to obtain ballots for them.

    One woman said that she received the Pennsylvania Voter Assistance Office letters and discarded them. “Nonetheless an absentee ballot was submitted in her name,” the petition says.

    Finally, the petition says the volume of rejected ballot applications suggests that additional incomplete and fraudulent applications have inadvertently passed through the board of elections screening process.

    “More time is needed to test the veracity and reliability of those ballots already submitted to the Board of Elections,” the petition says.

    Bucks County Commissioner Chairman Charley Martin, who also chairs the board of elections, said he consulted the board’s solicitor and believes that a hearing to consider the petitioners’ evidence is appropriate.

    Martin said the board will hear the evidence and take action to address any problems within its power.

    “If it is not in the bailiwick of the board of elections then it will be for the district attorney to consider,” Martin said.

    Commissioner Diane Ellis-Marseglia, who is also a member of the board of elections, said she has questions whether the board of elections has authority under the election code to consider problems with absentee ballot applications. Marseglia also said she is not worried about the integrity of absentee ballots themselves.

    Marseglia added that the controversy over absentee ballots involves two distinct issues – the matter of the misleading Democratic state committee letters and the question of whether forged applications are being submitted.

    “I don’t think the board of elections has any responsibility to deal with a political piece,” she said. “We have a responsibility to deal with absentee ballots.”

    Murphy’s Republican opponent Mike Fitzpatrick called the allegations very serious. He noted that he took an interest in the rejected ballot applications last week, but said the county Republican party has done all of the investigating.

    “I think the allegations are very serious and the potential fraud upon the voters of this county is substantial,” Fitzpatrick said.

  11. VotingFemale says:

    what amuses me is the “polite; butter wouldn’t melt in my mouth” liberals who are not outright scumbags but who will not say a word against DEM Party vote fraud and other criminal acts.

    They are just as culpable by their tacit approval of silence.

  12. arlenearmy says:

    Y’all I strongly suspect the time will come when liberals will try to impose a rule that no cell phones or camera/videos will be allowed in the voting places. I dont think there’s a rule like that in place. But Ive noticed that several government establishments have such rules posted.

  13. arlenearmy says:

    Unless I missed something in the video clip, I did not not see Whoppie Golberg on the View when Behar said the Bword. Was Whoppi absent on that day?

  14. VotingFemale says:

    Arlene, Whoopi has been absent for several days…

  15. VotingFemale says:

    Some day, metal detectors will be in place at voting polls… as soon as some assho!e sets off a bomb in one.

  16. Foxwood says:

    Good afternoon Tellit!

    A Conservative has to beat a Liberal by a good 10 points to overcome Liberal Cheating.

  17. VotingFemale says:

    Another explosive Muslim RAGE Boy arrested via FBI sting operation… this time the plot was to set off explosives in the DC Metro, the subway system.

    breaking news…

  18. VotingFemale says:

    Missed seeing ya! Afternoon Tellit!

    tellitlikeitis says

    If you can’t win it! then steal it!

    Residents cry foul over ballots

  19. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good afternoon everyone!!! I hope you all watched that video I posted by that doctor.. Please pass it around to your e-mail friends, etc. These scumbags have to be defeated. I hope the conservatives come out on election day with t numbers so great that it will overwhelm and overcome any attempt of election fraud by these scumbags.

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  21. tellitlikeitis says:

  22. samiam60 says:

    As the Elections draw near I think the internet is lighting up with Concerned Americans looking for answers. I am glad we are all working together for the common good of bringing these issues to the public who is seeking answers.

  23. tellitlikeitis says:

  24. tellitlikeitis says:

    We have to inform all who will listen Sami!!! The future of our children and grandchildren are at stake! and ourselves too for that matter.

  25. tellitlikeitis says:

  26. tellitlikeitis says:

    Arlene, Please forgive my poor manners. How are you? Good afternoon!

  27. tellitlikeitis says:

    Only in New York! LOL!

    Concerns over bedbugs and other pests still have New Yorkers crawling away from public spaces

    Read more:

    Vampires and werewolves aren’t the only bloodsucking, people-preying creatures to beware of this Halloween weekend.

    New York is already in panic mode over bedbugs, which recent reports say have caused tourists to avoid the city, for fear of encountering them in hotels.

    Add to those pests the stink bug, smelly little things that emit a stench when stepped on. They seek shelter in homes during cooler months for warmth.

    And they’re here.

    “I actually saw one this weekend in Forest Hills on my window,” says Gil Bloom, an entomologist with Standard Pest Management in Queens. “We’ve seen them in Queens, Brooklyn, Nassau County. They’re increasingly getting around.”

    That’s not even the really bad news.

    This week kicks off lice season! And these creepy crawlers are more likely to jump on kids’ heads right now, thanks to the sharing and renting of Halloween costumes, masks and wigs.

    “On holidays, like Halloween, lice always want to come to the party,” says Dalya Harel, CEO of Brooklyn-based company LiceBustersNYC. “Inviting guests home – here come the hidden guests.”

    No wonder New Yorkers are freaking out.

    “I think about bedbugs everywhere I go,” says film production manager Nora Killoran, who lives in the Village. “I’m very worried about it. I avoid stores that have been in the news that have reported having bedbugs. I used to love thrift stores, but now I avoid them. There was a screening in Tribeca of a film last week that I worked on, and I had to think twice about going.”

    Catherine Yan, 23, who recently moved from L.A. to east midtown, says she won’t even sit on the subway – “or visit my friends’ apartments who aren’t the cleanest.”

    But before we become hermits (bedbug inquiries at the city’s 311 line have risen from 13,322 in 2006 to 33,772 in 2009), experts say avoiding theaters and thrift shops might not be necessary.

  28. Orca says:

    Love it
    joy is the Tokyo Rose of our time

  29. tellitlikeitis says:

  30. Foxwood says:

    Public employee unions funnel public money to Dems
    By: Michael Barone
    October 26, 2010

    Who is the largest single political contributor in the 2010 campaign cycle? You can be pardoned if you answer, erroneously, that it’s some new conservative group organized by Karl Rove. That’s campaign spin by the Obama Democrats, obediently relayed by certain elements of the so-called mainstream media.

    The real answer is AFSCME, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees. The union’s president, Gerald McEntee, reports proudly that AFSCME will be contributing $87.5 million in this cycle, entirely or almost entirely to Democrats. “We’re spending big,” he told the Wall Street Journal. “And we’re damn happy it’s big.”

    Read more:

  31. Foxwood says:

    “joy is the Tokyo Rose of our time”

    That she is Orca!

  32. tellitlikeitis says:

  33. Foxwood says:

    Good afternoon Orca!

  34. tellitlikeitis says:

    This is good!!!

  35. tellitlikeitis says:

  36. tellitlikeitis says:

  37. VotingFemale says:

    oh, I have a live one going at youtube. Using the race card on him like leftists do.
    Turn about is fair play? nahhh… but it is fun! 😉

    check the comments at:

  38. samiam60 says:

    Oh VF, you are toying with the man.

  39. samiam60 says:

    America is Rising Tellit and there is a ground swell of Patriotism returning much like we saw after 9/11. American Flags are being waved once again with Pride and Conviction.

  40. Foxwood says:

    We as parents and grandparents have to supplement our childrens education until we remove Communism from the Public Indoctrination School System (PISS).

  41. tellitlikeitis says:

    Dumb*ss Gibbs!

  42. tellitlikeitis says:

    Public Indoctrination School System (PISS). Too Funny Foxwood!!!

  43. VotingFemale says:

    Just tweeted: Consv Black Ldrs calling out Obama for his racism: #racistPOTUS #p2 #tlot #socialism #tcot

  44. VotingFemale says:

    If Obama thought his job was tough while enjoying majorities in both houses, he’s gonna be hating life after November 2nd!

  45. VotingFemale says:

    Black Republicans Demand Obama ‘Bus’ Apology
    Wednesday, 27 Oct 2010 04:17 PM
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    By: David A. Patten

    Black Republican leaders are demanding that President Barack Obama apologize for what they consider a racially insensitive remark that he made on the campaign trail this weekend.

    During a campaign swing the president said, “We don’t mind the Republicans joining us. They can come for a ride, but they gotta sit in back.”

    Dr. Timothy F. Johnson, the black Republican who heads the National Black Republican Association, told Newsmax in an e-mail Wednesday that Obama should immediately apologize for the offensive reference to the Jim Crow era.

    “Once again the president is perpetuating the racism that exists, and [is] portrayed by the so-called Civil Rights organizations and their leaders,” Johnson stated.

    “Americans are sick and tired of these divisive statements the president continues to make,” he added. “Our first objective is November 2, 2010.

    “Next is to find the next president of the United States, and retire President Obama to Chicago, Hawaii, or Kenya in Nov. 2012,” stated Johnson.

    Johnson is not alone in finding the president’s “sit in back” remark offensive.

    What if a Republican president had made such a remark? asked Fox News contributor Monica Crowley. She said it would have triggered an uproar from Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.

    “I think after the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s, riding in the back certainly does have some Civil Rights and racial overtones to it, and you can’t tell me the president of the United States wasn’t aware of it when he said it,” Crowley said Wednesday on Fox News. “I found his comment there appalling [and] I found his refusal to address it in a straightforward way also appalling.”

    The “sit in back” remark is part of a pattern of increasingly divisive rhetoric from the president in the run up to the midterm elections, Crowley said.

    In one recent example, on Monday President Obama urged Latinos to “punish our enemies” during a Univision broadcast.

    “If Latinos sit out the election,” Obama said, “instead of saying, ‘We’re gonna punish our enemies and we’re gonna reward our friends who stand with us on issues that are important to us,’ if they don’t see that kind of upsurge in voting in this election, then I think it’s gonna be harder . . . ”

    Crowley added: “This is nothing new. Ever since this man became president nearly two years ago now, he has constantly used this kind of incredibly divisive rhetoric. He seems to forget that he’s no longer campaigning.

    “He’s the president of the United States. The president is supposed to be the president of all the people, even those who disagree with his agenda and who disagree with him,” Crowley said.

    White House press secretary Robert Gibbs did not shy away from the controversial “sit in back” statement when asked about it in a press briefing.

    He portrayed it as part of the ongoing metaphor that the president has used to assert Republicans drove the economy into a ditch.

    “The president said this weekend that the Republicans are going to ride in the back and the middle class will be in the passenger’s seat,” Gibbs said.

    In a none-too-subtle jab he added: “We’re certainly concerned with backseat driving.”

  46. tellitlikeitis says:

    Nice exchange VF!

  47. tellitlikeitis says:

    Remember this? Obama is all about racism.

  48. samiam60 says:


    A father wanted to read a magazine but was being
    bothered by his little girl.
    She wanted to know what the United States looked like.
    Finally, he tore a sheet out of his new magazine on
    which was printed the map of the country.
    Tearing it into small pieces, he gave it to her and said,
    ‘Go into the other room and see if you can put this together.

    This will show you our whole country today…’

    After a few minutes, she returned and handed him the map, correctly fitted and taped together.

    The father was surprised and asked how she had finished so quickly…

    ‘Oh,’ she said, ‘on the other side of the paper is a picture of Jesus.
    When I got all of Jesus back where He belonged,
    Then our country just came together.’

  49. Bob Mack says:

    This voter fraud has got to be stopped right now, and the perps hung out to dry by their thumbs. If we don’t have honest elections, we’ve got nothing, and things will eventually go to the gun.

  50. samiam60 says:

    Watchdog Warns SEIU Contract for Nevada Voting Machines Poses ‘Fraud’ Concern

    A conservative watchdog group is calling on Nevada officials to intervene to ensure SEIU workers who operate one county’s voting machines don’t skew the results to boost their endorsed candidate, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.

    A contract between SEIU Local 1107 and Clark County — where voting glitches were reported Tuesday — makes the SEIU the sole union representative for, among other professions, voting machine technicians.

    Nevada SEIU spokesman Nick Di Archangel called the suggestion that SEIU or its technicians would manipulate voting machines “absolutely false.”

    But Americans for Limited Government called the union agreement “positively outrageous” considering SEIU’s political stake in the race. ALG has urged the U.S. Marshals, the state attorney general and the U.S. attorney’s office to step in to uphold the integrity of the election.

    “For all intents and purposes, the SEIU has control over those ballots boxes, because they’re the people who work on them … which puts us into a new realm of potential fraud,” ALG spokesman Richard Manning told

    Manning said it is “suspicious” that glitches were just reported in that county’s machines, referring to complaints from voters in Boulder City that Reid’s name was already checked when they went to cast their ballots for his opponent, Republican Sharron Angle. reported that several voters in the Clark County jurisdiction experienced the same problem.

    Registrar of Voters Larry Lomax explained that highly sensitive touch-screens may be to blame and fraud is not the issue. He told that nobody reported the problem to his officials and that it would be impossible for the machines to pick a candidate without the voter’s consent.

    He also said in a statement that the supervisors are not part of the union, even if the technicians are, and that the technicians are not involved in programming. He said “extensive security measures are in place” to prevent tampering, adding that SEIU-eligible employees have worked in the Election Department for years without incident.

    Di Archangel said Lomax “ensures both the security and reliability” of the machines. “The machines cannot be compromised,” he said in an e-mail to He added that despite the county contract, all workers are free to stay out of the union if they wish.

    “The agreement does not mandate in any way that only union members be assigned to specific jobs,” he said.

    Secretary of State Ross Miller’s office said in a statement that despite wide-ranging “rumor and speculation” about suspicious voting activity, no formal complaints have been lodged with Nevada’s Election Integrity Task Force.

    “I will not tolerate any attempt by an individual, organization or campaign, to deny any Nevadan the right to freely cast their vote in a safe, secure and private manner. But neither will I stand by and allow the public’s confidence in the electoral system (to) be undermined by unsubstantiated rumors and allegations,” Miller said.

    But Manning said SEIU’s involvement in the process raises concern about the integrity of the election.

    The union is putting big money into the Nevada Senate race to support Reid and recently went up with an ad that described Angle as “too dangerous” to have power in Congress.

    Though the Clark County/SEIU contract is dated March 2007 to June 2010, it is still in effect.

    The SEIU said that voters, to ensure the accuracy of their selections, should use the machines’ “fail-safe system” to review their picks before leaving the polling station.

  51. arlenearmy says:

    I seriously doubt Obama will apologize to black republicans for his “bus” comment. However, if backed against the wall, I doubt he’d get cocky enough say that black republican leaders are acting stupidly.

  52. samiam60 says:

    There will be a new mission tomorrow Arlene. 😉

  53. arlenearmy says:

    Sam & Mack
    I hope somebody is keeping a watchful eye on this voter fraud ordeal. See, this is one of reason why its important to have conservative Governors & conservative Secretary of State. I think the election has to be certified.

  54. samiam60 says:

    The fact that we have to watch out for Voter Fraud in America makes us look like some cheap third world Dictator Country.

  55. arlenearmy says:

    See, Jeremiah Wright was suppose to be giving Obama a crash course on Black American matters. Such as how to walk & talk black.. And no doubt he kicked in an extra curriculum on how to race bait.

    But no matter how hard Jeremiah tried, he couldn’t give him a black historical background or black American roots. This is partially why we see Obama making all these racial blunder remarks such as “mongrels”, “fried chicken” “back of the bus” & so forth. He don’t know he’s not suppose to make these remarks because blacks intuitively still see him as African.

    Obama will learn the hard way, like Bill Clinton. See, Clinton who is white was anointed as 1st Black President. Sheila Jackson Lee & gang lapped it up. But Clinton who did nothing wrong, was dethrone as black president when Obama came along. But… Obama is not a real true blooded black American. Obama is African…. a real African. Trust me on this, Black Americans know the difference between the 2. Though, most wont admit this publicly. Let Obama keep pushing the envelope on racially hot button remarks & he’ll come to rude awakening of black folks reminding him that he’s Kenyan & that his American black title is probationary.

  56. arlenearmy says:

    Sorry, Sam … that it has come down to this. We got to watch the ballot boxes, hawk around polling stations w/video camera … & Keep cell phones handy in voting places just in case some fraud occurs on site.

    And I even had to fax complaint to Senators about that socialist VA doctor who got pissy w/me for not liking Obama. I was strong enough in my conservative convictions to stand my ground. Its no telling how many vets eligible to vote have been intimidated or influenced by that doctor. For all I know, he’s probably 1 of Obama sidekicks snaked into the VA system.

    We cant leave nothing to chance nor take this election for granted.

  57. arlenearmy says:

    What kind of mission will happen tomorrow?

  58. arlenearmy says:

    I think that Behar messed herself up on that Bword stuff. And she knows it! Even Whoppi admitted that she had to walk off stage because she didnt want to use more profanity on Oreilly. In other words, Whoppi knew that getting hot headed she would say the wrong thing; & she knew it was time to cool off. Sometimes a person got to know when to chill, which is what Behar needs to do.

  59. samiam60 says:

    Arlene I am taking off the gloves and I am not devoting myself full time to ending this Socialism in America. Obama wants to play dirty and below the belt, well so can we. This keyboard is an awesome weapon in the fight against Socialism.

  60. samiam60 says:

    meant to say Now devoting myself full time

  61. samiam60 says:

    Time for me to sign off Arlene. Hope to see you tomorrow.

  62. arlenearmy says:

    Good Sami. It may not be easy after Nov. 3rd, but we got to get thru Nov. 2nd.

    With the way Behar acted, it would not suprise me if she went to the voting polls acting a fool.

    BTW, doesn’t Behar & Maher sound similar. They both have 1 syllable 1st name (Bill / Joy). And they both act similar. Oh well, that’ s quick observation.

  63. arlenearmy says:

    Good nite, VF, Sami, Fox, Tellit & Orca & anybody else I may have missed.

  64. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Nite! Arlene!

  65. tellitlikeitis says:

    Joy Behar insults Sharron Angle; Angle sends flowers

    By Emi Kolawole
    Joy Behar, CNN host and a regular on “The View,” called Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle a word that rhymes with “itch” on “The View” on Tuesday and said that Angle could “go to Hell.”

    On Wednesday, the ladies of “The View” reconvened, except this time Behar announced that the Senate challenger from Nevada had taken a dig at her. “This morning, I get these flowers from Sharron Angle,” says Behar before pulling the card from her bra. “It says, ‘Joy, raised $150,000 online yesterday. Thanks for your help. Sincerely, Sharron Angle.” Behar went on, claiming that the flowers were picked by illegal immigrants, and “they’re not voting for you, [expletive].”

    “You were so offensive to many people that they will raise money to whomever you disapprove of,” host Barbara Walters responded. Walters admonished Behar, saying, “You can criticize as you do, it’s your right…but I don’t think you should tell anybody to go to Hell.”

    Behar walked her comments back slightly, but eventually took a final swipe at Angle: “Don’t send me flowers, Sharron Angle. Put your money where your mouth is.”

  66. tellitlikeitis says:

  67. tellitlikeitis says:

    This woman nails it. My hope is that the majority of the black population finally wakes up and realizes the real slave masters are the liberals and the democratic party.

  68. Orca says:

    There will always be those that reject freedom and the right to individual enterprise.

  69. Orca says:

    It appears that there is a gene that is part of the reason a person may become a liberal
    It is appropriately a dopamine receptor gene
    So it is a mental deficiency that is medically identified.
    “ideology is affected not just by social factors, but also by a dopamine receptor gene called DRD4.” That and how many friends you had during high school.

    Source: Scientists Find ‘Liberal Gene’ | NBC San Diego

  70. Foxwood says:

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

  71. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Orca!

    Meetings again today. Yippie!

  72. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my Fellow Americans 😀

    T.V. Listing update: The CBC is preparing a line up change after the Christmas Holidays. “Welcome Back Khadr”, will be appearing right after “Little Mosque on the Prairie.”

  73. VotingFemale says:

    Guten Morgan Herr Foxvood!

  74. VotingFemale says:

    Guten Morgan Herr Sam!

  75. VotingFemale says:

    wow! that was some powerful dialogs on the blog last evening!
    if only I could be here for all of it all the time…

    Arlene, you bring up great points, again. Obama is not an “American” nor will he ever be, not does he want to be. He is an Anti-American Anti-Colonialist dreaming the dreams of his Marxist muslim Father who was a total scumbagger… and who hates his own white genes. When he says he’s a mongrel he means he sees himself as genetically polluted with whiteness… self-loathing turned to race loathing. And he is the Joy Behar of Presidents… so filled with feces he leaves a trail of it where ever he goes.

  76. Foxwood says:

    It’s time to change your shorts, Obutthole!

  77. Foxwood says:

    Good morning VF!

    Good morning Sami!

  78. VotingFemale says:

    mmm… comcast just had a burp up moment… everything went dead for about 5 minutes. it’s all back up again for the time being. hope it stays that way.

  79. VotingFemale says:

    did it again… is a squirrel gnawing on a cable? lol

  80. Foxwood says:

    I can feel the tension coming from the twitter trolls. You can hook one with the slightest mention of Obutthole.

  81. Foxwood says:

    Sounds like you need a .22 magnum. That’s what the shoot gators with.

  82. VotingFemale says:

    it’s stable again. darn squirrels!

  83. VotingFemale says:

    the t-trolls are going to get a headache after nov 2

    obama & co gonna get a spankin’ of biblical proportions…

    I am hopeful that the senate will go gop majority… I think’s clear we will own the house lock stock and barrel

    ohhh themz obama-twitz gonna hed pop

  84. Foxwood says:

    I can see it now!

  85. VotingFemale says:

    future troll strategy: blame conservatives for reversal of econ meltdown by congressional hog-tying of the non-American-in-chief.

    The Socialists are dog poop EWWWWW SHOOO!!!! SCAT!!!!

  86. Foxwood says:

    It’s not going to work, VF… The Teaparty is a smarter group.

  87. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning Foxwood and VF. The Enola Gay takes no prisoners

  88. samiam60 says:

    I have always had a hard time understanding how lower-income people support the liberal views especially regarding entitlements and abortion. I completely agree that there are people who need help but to create a culture where people are dependent on the gov’t for sustainance destroys self-esteem and the will to be productive and elevate yourself and I have worked with many minorities and I find that most of them are God-fearing people who I’d expect to be against murdering the most innocent creatures God has made- the unborn!

  89. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Sam! Lift Off! We have LIFT OFF of the Enola Gay!

    (did you get a twitter account yet?)

  90. samiam60 says:

    VF, I am such a weasel, Twitter asks for a lot of personal information that gets posted publicly. That concerns me. I also have a question as to if it can be used in a Fema Camp?

  91. VotingFemale says:

    I am down loading the Obaaa-maaa interview on Jon Stewart.

    that interview seriously pissed off the kenyan-in-chief 😀

  92. Foxwood says:

    They are taught that its the rich that have stolen their wealth and Government will get it back for them. How many years do they have to live in their condition that they realize they’ve been lied to?

    Even the middle class get the lies. My dad worked for his union for years and believes from his union magazine that the rich take from the poor and middle class. I can’t talk sense to him sometimes.

  93. m2 says:

    Good morning!

    Sami, you are thinking too deeply. I don’t think the lower-income masses care too much about politics. And they are easily riled by class warfare, which is why Democrats play to their insecurities through “promises”. Not to mention near 50% of the electorate pay no income tax.

    As for the rest of the Communist supporters (because the Democrats are not Democrats anymore, right?)- they, (the IVY league elite), only get riled up over “Social” warfare. They falsely believe Communists care about gays, and the environment, and minorities.

    People who see the truth, know the Communists are just using “groups” of people. The more “segregation” -the better. Enviro-nuts, Feminists, minorities, LGBT, – Democrats (Communists) are the modern day collective of Segregationists.

  94. VotingFemale says:

    was it *required information? I gave them nuttin’ personally identifiable

    samiam60 says

    VF, I am such a weasel, Twitter asks for a lot of personal information that gets posted publicly. That concerns me. I also have a question as to if it can be used in a Fema Camp?

  95. Foxwood says:

    “VF, I am such a weasel, Twitter asks for a lot of personal information that gets posted publicly. That concerns me.”

    I lied to Twit, Sami… It’s ok to do that sometimes to protect yourself, IMO.

  96. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning M2. You my dear are glowing this morning 😉

  97. m2 says:

    Good morning VF, Fox, Sami-

    Sami, I haven’t given Twitter anything personal, but they do pinpoint your location sadly.

  98. samiam60 says:

    So Fox and VF, you are saying to create a false Identity? I will have to look at it further. Face Book already has too much of my personal identity and I have guarded that as much as possible with only generic information about me.

  99. VotingFemale says:

    Twitter asked for the following:

    Full name (I made one up)

    Username (I used VotingFemale)

    Password (I created one)

    Email (very important! I used my regular web-based email account which has no personally identifying information about me)

    That is all Twitter asks for to create an account.

    I did not supply a cell phone number because I do not want them to have my number… it was no problem and I got the account.

  100. Foxwood says:

    Good morning M2!

  101. samiam60 says:

    M2, the location don’t bother me nun since every one knows where I live including Agent Smith. I do have a pay phone only one block away. I think it is the last pay phone in America?

  102. VotingFemale says:

    you can specify your location in twitter… I have seen folks’ location listed as “The Twilight Zone” lol

  103. VotingFemale says:

    Sam, you KNOW how careful I am… and I have a twitter account.

  104. samiam60 says:

    Well if I can make up a name VF perhaps I will use Barry Sorento since no one seems to questioning that name.

  105. samiam60 says:

    I will use Moon Base Alpha as a location and REX 84 as my destination.

  106. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning, M2!

    yes, M2 and I follow each other on twitter…

    and M2, if you have a political tweeter account as a second account you can switch between twitter accounts with a single click if using tweetdeck as your interface to the Twitter API.

  107. m2 says:

    So yesterday I was fondly remembering the PROFESSIONALISM of office that used to be revered in the Presidency of the United States… That has been sorely vacant since January of 2009.

    Can you believe he didn’t even meet with Mitch McConnell until 18 months later?

    I hope the American People understand they elected a lazy, entitled, arrogant puppet of a foreign Nazi-helper, immoral billionaire.

    I just Soooo miss the respect the President used to have for the citizens. This President isn’t fit to be CEO of anything or anyone.

  108. samiam60 says:

    VF says:
    if you have a political tweeter account, a second account and can switch between twitter accounts with a single click if using tweetdeck as your interface to the Twitter API.

    Samiam says:


  109. VotingFemale says:

    if we can get samiam to go twitter he will find out something wonderful and kick himself for not doing it sooner… OMG!

  110. m2 says:

    Have any of you also noticed, Obama has been eating a lot of slop on his “campaign trail” (does he do ANYTHING besides agitate the masses and campaign???)… he’s eating all kinds of food us peons will be banned from. Not to mention Michelle out there lecturing the plebes on what to eat, what businesses shouldn’t serve, and I saw her eating some crap last week.


  111. Foxwood says:

    Bummer, guys… I have to go to my meeting… 😦

  112. m2 says:

    OH OH, did anyone see that James Cameron ad????
    It’s great.

  113. VotingFemale says:

    Sam, Twitter itself is directly accessed with a web browser…


    Tweetdeck is a program you install. And when you run it, Tweetdeck is your interface to twitter… API is just programmer speak it means a program that is interfaced with another program.

  114. Foxwood says:

    “if we can get samiam to go twitter he will find out something wonderful and kick himself for not doing it sooner… OMG!”

    Or he’s going to say, “HOLY SH!T! There are alot of Commis in the country!”

  115. VotingFemale says:

    Sam, “Captain Lewis” would be a fun name for you to use to sign up for twitter.
    He was the capt of the Enola Gay.

  116. samiam60 says:

    I will give it a try VF. I trust your judgement on this one so expect to see my little Twitter Popping Up some where in the Matrix.

  117. m2 says:

    Twitter is REALLY fun. Dooooittt Sam.

    Slight emergency on the homestead, bbs….

  118. m2 says:

    later Foxwood!

  119. VotingFemale says:

    oh yeah… there be commies in them thar Twitter hills lol

  120. VotingFemale says:

    waves to M2 and Fox

  121. VotingFemale says:

    I Really want to see someone video Obama smoking before the mid-terms or afterward…

    what a youtube moment that would make.

  122. m2 says:

    did you see this?

  123. VotingFemale says:

    shee-attt hits the Sharpton Fan… uh-oh

  124. m2 says:

    so true VF, that man speaks TRUTH.

  125. m2 says:

    Democrats only win with lies, gerrymandering districts and vote fraud. And yes, that is also how Barack Hussein Obama won.

  126. m2 says:

    Of course doesn’t hurt to have billionaires funding every socialist organization, deals with wall street crooks to take down the economy, Soros playing with the price of crude, and a lot of accomplice in the full-spectrum of media.

  127. m2 says:

    So we’ve lost more jobs than we lost post-9/11, in Obama’s short tenure- a time back then when Nasty Pelosi bemoaned the jobs lost by “Republicans”… But Obama is creating or saving jobs, huh? Riiiiiiiigggght.

    Or he’s shedding jobs just like the CPUSA described as their goal.

    To diminish American production, and role.

  128. m2 says:

    Anyway, I’ve got to head out! TTY’all L!

  129. Bob Mack says:

    Mornin’, y’all.
    “Scientists Find ‘Liberal Gene’ | NBC San Diego”

    Does this mean they’re working on a cure, or on a way to give it to the rest of us?

  130. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Bob!

    Stem cell therapy might be effective with the Liberal-Gene disorder.

  131. Orca says:

    I was actually hoping for a medical cure
    The import of this explains why they just don’t get the truth
    Liberals are medically unable to process reality
    Consider that frank, pelosi, reid and obammer are physically handicapped by their own genes, the are not capable of rational thought or processing reality.
    Joy Bahar is just one more sad case of a genetic disorder that has impaired her quality of life. This explains many questions about their strange compulsive behavior to lash out in anger at truth and reality.

  132. Orca says:

    Hey now here’s a though, the United States has elected it’s first mentally handicapped president….oh wow

  133. samiam60 says:

    Not only is President Obama a threat to America and her people but he is also a threat to World Peace as he disarms America and goes abroad apologizing for America. I sure sign of weakness from this Spineless Socialist President.

  134. VotingFemale says:


    Obama is poor oldbama now… his ass is getting pre-election spanked by the polls…

  135. VotingFemale says:

    Good afternoon, Orca!

    didn’t see your comments till now.

    Orca the Dems are not going to be the same after nov 2. ohh they will show their anger but to whom? us? we voted them out of a congress majority… why? Because they are socialist asshat economy destroyers.

    I was actually hoping for a medical cure
    The import of this explains why they just don’t get the truth
    Liberals are medically unable to process reality
    Consider that frank, pelosi, reid and obammer are physically handicapped by their own genes, the are not capable of rational thought or processing reality.
    Joy Bahar is just one more sad case of a genetic disorder that has impaired her quality of life. This explains many questions about their strange compulsive behavior to lash out in anger at truth and reality.
    Orca | October 28, 2010 at 11:45 am | | Edit

    Hey now here’s a though, the United States has elected it’s first mentally handicapped president….oh wow

  136. Foxwood says:

    ACH! My back! Did I ever mention I hate meetings?

  137. Foxwood says:

    The Dems are trying hard to suppress the Conservative vote with phony news of the usual midterm turnout, but I think they are going to crap their pants next Tuesday.

  138. VotingFemale says:

    I think you might have mumbled a mention of meeting-itus

  139. VotingFemale says:

    these dems have never seen the true rage of a population that has been totally crapped on, bad-mouthed, violated, and robbed by socialists before… but they will in 5 days

  140. Foxwood says:

    Threw out a couple of trolling lines on twit, but not a nibble.

  141. VotingFemale says:

    I got a live one with…

    .@meatbrain “Obama tells Republicans to sit in the back of the bus” Song: #tcot #tlot #p2

  142. VotingFemale says:

    @meatbrain went postal finally…

  143. Foxwood says:

    Yeah I had to scroll down to see that one. It’s so fun to watch them blow up in front of you. It’s like throwing the detonator switch.

  144. VotingFemale says:

    guess who just followed me… 😀

  145. VotingFemale says:

    yeah… she had a long fuze… but BAM her head exploded.

  146. Foxwood says:

    I have 3 guesses, and I bet I’d be wrong.

  147. VotingFemale says:

    he did it


  148. Foxwood says:

    I was (not) guessing at who’s head exploded!

  149. VotingFemale says:

    “I was (not) guessing at who’s head exploded!”

    I know that! lol

  150. samiam60 says:

    😀 I did it and am following VF, Arlene, and the Foxwood on Twitter

  151. Foxwood says:

    We got to teach Sami about hash tags…

    They are yummy with canned spam.

  152. samiam60 says:

    VF, can I get banned from there?

  153. Foxwood says:

    I don’t see how you can get banned. The Commies call me all kind of names there.

  154. Foxwood says:

    I guess if you called someone a name unprovoked and someone told the Twitter twits, I guess, but If they give me sh!t, I dish it right back.

  155. Foxwood says:

    Maybe I’m not trying hard enough… not one bit.

  156. VotingFemale says:

    if someone is really really REALLY bad, they will terminate that account.

    Terms of Service… you will see a lot goes on…

  157. VotingFemale says:

    Sam, did you install tweetdeck? it really is a must to interface with twitter.

  158. VotingFemale says:

    I sent Sam some tweets… waiting for him to tweet back.

  159. samiam60 says:

    I can see where a guy could get in trouble on twitter. Do they have a men’s room there?

  160. Foxwood says:

    To get attention, you have to use hash tags:

    will get you Conservative attention, but alot of DumboCraps troll
    #tcot (Top Conservatives On Twitter).

    will get you Progressive/Commie/DumboCraps attention:

    Look at the bottom of VFs and my messages and you’ll see the hash tags.

    Then you can use the search to search a hash tag and see what the Conservatives or Commies are saying. If you look at @VotingAmericn, you can see if a troll bit your line.

  161. samiam60 says:

    Where do I find this Tweetdeck thing?

  162. Foxwood says:

    “I can see where a guy could get in trouble on twitter. Do they have a men’s room there?”

    When in doubt, I whip it out.

  163. VotingFemale says:

    no problem

    go here:

    samiam60 said

    Where do I find this Tweetdeck thing?

  164. VotingFemale says:

    Sam just sent me a DM


  165. Foxwood says:

    I think I’ve lost my touch. 😦

  166. VotingFemale says:

    post NOV 2 might be boring lol 😦

    then again, maybe not! 😀

  167. samiam60 says:

    Nov 3 will be a busy day tracking all the voter fraud

  168. Foxwood says:

    I think Commiecrats are drowning their sorrows. Maybe that’s why no responses.

  169. Foxwood says:

    For the sake of expediency, instead of calling Obama “Dude-in-Chief” let’s just call him DIC for short. #tcot #tlot #p2 #dem #p2b #p21

    If I can’t get a bite off of that, they are in sad shape.

  170. VotingFemale says:

    That asshat RINO Gov Crist is part of the reason there IS! a Tea Party

    Bill Clinton Tried to Lure Democrat Meek Out of Florida Senate Race

    Published October 28, 2010


    Former President Bill Clinton tried last week to get Democratic Rep. Kendrick Meek to quit the U.S. Senate race in Florida and endorse Gov. Charlie Crist’s independent bid — an effort that nearly succeeded, Politico reported Thursday.

    During Clinton’s trip to Florida, Meek agreed twice to drop out of the race to help Democrats defeat the Republican nominee, Tea Party loyalist Marco Rubio, before changing his mind, Politico reported.

    A Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday shows Rubio’s lead is shrinking in the final days of the race. Rubio has 42 percent of the vote to Crist’s 35 percent and Meek’s 15 percent in their three-way contest. Rubio led Crist by a 44 to 30 percent margin two weeks ago.

    Crist campaign spokesman Danny Kanner confirmed the report.

    “While this story is accurate, the governor’s focus is on uniting common-sense Democrats, independents, and Republicans behind his campaign because he is the one candidate who can defeat Tea Party extremist Marco Rubio and deliver bipartisan results for Florida in Washington,” he said in a written statement.

  171. VotingFemale says:

    Obama: Blacks Probably Don’t Watch “Meet The Press”

    Obama to black journalists and bloggers this week: “The media is changing so rapidly that websites, like you guys do every day, do two things. Number one, it allows us to reach audiences that may not be watching Meet The Press. I’m just saying, it might be a different demographic.”

    see vid at:

  172. Foxwood says:

    Democrats stuck on an escalator… That’s about right, Sami!

  173. Foxwood says:

    No bites… I’ll try again tomorrow. I might have to get personal… 🙂

  174. Foxwood says:

    Sami, did Kinky get with you? I left him a twit that you were there.

  175. Foxwood says:

    Night Sami, VF… Long day and my allergies are kicking my butt.

  176. VotingFemale says:

    night night Fox…

    sleep well dear.

  177. tellitlikeitis says:

  178. tellitlikeitis says:

  179. Liberty says:

    ok, forgot when I changed my display name for comments from The Liberal Lie that I would have to be moderated here. oops. sorry.

    so here goes guys.

  180. VotingFemale says:

    No Problem LadyLiberty!

  181. Liberty says:

    Hey VF! Hey everybody!

    Girl, this is so true and so funny.

    Oh my gosh, I just love it! hahahaahha What is not to love?

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  183. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Sleepy Heads!!!

    Wakey Wakey!!!

  184. Foxwood says:

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

  185. Foxwood says:

    I think that medicine worked last night.

  186. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning, Foxwood!


  187. Foxwood says:

    Pop goes the weasel!

  188. VotingFemale says:

    Unions, accustomed to decades of voting intimidation of union members, no longer enjoy the ability to carry out their rat bastard activities without Mama Grizzlies pouncing on their lamer asses.

    read this:

  189. VotingFemale says:

    Mama Grizzlies outnumber men in Tea Party organizations across the nation and for the first time are women taking a quite aggressive Conservative role in Politics this year.

    The Democrat Party is dumbfounded.

    They thought they ‘owned’ America’s VotingFemales.



  190. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning VF, Foxwood, and Liberty.

    Interesting point about the women being in the majority of the Tea Party.

  191. VotingFemale says:

    I don’t quite know why it took so many other women so long to wake the hell up but wake up they did.

    I saw through the DEM Party and Obama in early 2008 and went on an Anti-Socialist Blog Crusade against the Scumbaggers and never stopped.

    It seems the Tea Party uprising gave many women the courage of numbers to take an aggressive role in protecting their families.

    And we don’t play according to Hoyle, though we will not stoop to crime like asshats in the Communist Movement that has taken over the DEM Party.

    I am so pissed I could bite through STEEL.

  192. Foxwood says:

    I think she did bite through steel!

  193. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Sami!

    Good morning VF!

  194. VotingFemale says:

    Mama Grizzlies to the SOCIALIST RAT BASTARDS:



  195. VotingFemale says:

    I am fired the hell up this morning.

  196. samiam60 says:

    VF, this Twitter thang now has me multi-tasking. I can’t keep up with all these things happening so fast. I will have to hire an assistant.

  197. Foxwood says:

    I’ll slink away and take my shower now. 🙂

  198. VotingFemale says:

    that vid was a riot!

  199. VotingFemale says:

    did ya install and start using TweetDeck? It will help greatly.

    I switch between TD and the blog back and forth

    samiam60 says

    VF, this Twitter thang now has me multi-tasking. I can’t keep up with all these things happening so fast. I will have to hire an assistant.

  200. VotingFemale says:

    wish I had two monitor screens… one for TD and one for blog and research browsers. I must have 15 tabs going in one browser alone and have 5 browsers going.

  201. samiam60 says:

    I have not installed that yet VF, I am still waking up and it is a two hour process for my brain to re-boot each morning. I download caffeine and wait for both windows to open fully.

  202. Foxwood says:

    I know about the 2 hour process Sami! It started out in my younger days, get out of bed and be ready for work in 30 minutes. Then it went to an hour. Now 2 to 2 and a half hours to be ready.

  203. samiam60 says:

    Ahahahaha Foxwood, how funny it is that age catches up with us. I like to think that our brains have downloaded so much data over the years that it takes longer to re-boot.

  204. Foxwood says:

    I think alot of mine is body abuse… I used to be a wild thing. It’s catching up to me.

  205. samiam60 says:

    I know what you are saying. I never had one single health problem till I started going to the Doctor.

  206. VotingFemale says:

    [pops a couple of LowT tabs in the guys mouths] LOL

  207. samiam60 says:

    The more Obama Campaigns the lower his numbers go!

    The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Thursday shows that 25% of the nation’s voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as president. Forty-five percent (45%) Strongly Disapprove, giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -20

  208. Foxwood says:

    Funny, I used to pop something else to get that get up and go feeling!

  209. Liberty says:

    Hey everybody, I almost feel like I”m home because Daddy’s home….

    This blog is so funny. It is so perfect, how the heck can you think of thing so funny? I just love it!

  210. Foxwood says:

    Liberty, I put an eel down my shorts, and it makes me feel funny.

  211. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning Liberty and so happy Hubby is home safe and sound. I salute him for his service to our Country.

  212. samiam60 says:

    Foxwood says:
    Liberty, I put an eel down my shorts, and it makes me feel funny.


    I think Barney Frank uses a gerbal? I dunno, just guessing.

  213. samiam60 says:

    Still re-booting and am having a problem now with my hard drive.

  214. Foxwood says:

    I heard gerbils like nuts… OUCH!

  215. Liberty says:

    Blogwood said, Liberty, I put an eel down my shorts, and it makes me feel funny.

    What the heck did you do that for?

  216. Foxwood says:

    “What the heck did you do that for?”

    You asked how I was so funny!

  217. Foxwood says:

    To be funny, you have to feel funny.

  218. VotingFemale says:

    [starts a coffee IV for Samiam] tee-hee

  219. samiam60 says:

    Women are so much smarter than men. Here is the perfect example:

    Found on the Refrigerator One Morning:

    My Dear Wife,
    You will surely understand that I have certain needs that you, being 54
    years old, can no longer satisfy. I am very happy with you and I value
    you as a good wife. Therefore, after reading this letter, I hope that you
    will not wrongly interpret the fact that I will be spending the evening
    with my 18 year old secretary at the Comfort Inn Hotel. Please don’t be
    upset—-I shall be home before midnight.

    When the man came home late that night, he found the following letter on the dining room table:

    My Dear Husband,
    I received your letter and thank you for your honesty
    about my being 54 years old. I would like to take this opportunity to
    remind you that you are also 54 years old. As you know, I am a math
    teacher at our local college. I would like to inform you that while you
    read this, I will be at the Hotel Fiesta with Michael, one of my
    students, who is also the assistant tennis coach. He is young, virile,
    and like your secretary, is 18 years old.
    As a successful businessman who has an excellent knowledge of math, you
    will understand that we are in the same situation, although with one small
    difference – 18 goes into 54 a lot more times than 54 goes into 18.
    Therefore, I will not be home until sometime tomorrow.

  220. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning, Liberty! <– Another Mama Girzzly CHOMP CHOMP CHOMP those socialists are just so yum in the mornin'

  221. samiam60 says:

    My windows 48 is fully booted now and I can begin my day. Well, first I must fragment and then search for updates.

  222. Liberty says:

    hahah, sorry I’m slow, very slow. It’s gonna take me a while to get back to myself after the ravages of three pissant kids for a year alone, two teenagers and a 9 year old; their psycho, now I’m psycho. Thank God daddy is home smoothing everything over.

    What is funny is that I sold my car and drove hubbys nasty hunting truck now he’s home and I don’t have a car, so we gotta get one. Daughter was hit and run right before daddy got home, thank goodness he was a MG, West Point graduate in a hurry because wife was sick so he’s going to pay for everything, but now she will be without a car, blah blah blah. The drama never ends and I just wanna blog! hahah

    We must save the Republic!

  223. Foxwood says:

    Bad Sami! Bad Sami! 🙂

  224. VotingFemale says:

    Liberty, so happy your hubs is home! sorry to hear about the cars… gads

  225. Foxwood says:

    Good to hear about Daddy being home. Sorry to hear about the cars tho.

  226. VotingFemale says:

    Sam? you are running Windows1848? tee-hee

    the slowness is likely a shortage of ram.

    When I received a gift of 4 gig of ram memory it really souped up the old PC.

    Adding a Solid State Drive put rocket boosters on it. wow

    that was a present also.

    zoom zoom zoom

  227. VotingFemale says:

    that Solid State Disk (SSD) requires no defragging, ever.

  228. VotingFemale says:

    my car may be rusty but this PC ain’t! 😉

  229. samiam60 says:

    LOL VF, sorry if I got a little carried away and off color, but you know, sometimes the keyboard has a mind of its own.

    Catch all of you Patriots later…………………. 😀

  230. VotingFemale says:

    I just shocked a new tweeter follower with my growly Mama Grizzly mood this morning

    What I said: @NCpeach @SissyWillis Two Mama Grizzlies feeding Socialists to their cubs for breakfast GO GIRLS GO! #sgp #p2 #tcot #tlot

    @kid_hater said: @VotingFemale really that’s shocking

  231. VotingFemale says:

    Sam, if anything is too OTT I will ‘adjust it’ for ya dear…

    This is GREAT NEWS!!!

    samiam60 explained

    The more Obama Campaigns the lower his numbers go!

    The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Thursday shows that 25% of the nation’s voters Strongly Approve of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as president. Forty-five percent (45%) Strongly Disapprove, giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -20

  232. Foxwood says:

    I put my last laptop on a trebuchet and it really was flying.

  233. VotingFemale says:

    lol Fox, I have two laptops… one is DOA heat killed the video

    The other one is so anemic compared to this desktop, it takes forever to boot or do anything with it but I have used it to run TweetDeck on the side.

  234. VotingFemale says:

    I am over due for a new blogpost… time to go write some

  235. Liberty says:

    my pc is a year old and slow as molasses, Dell Studio 17. I just don’t have the energy to figure it out or soup it up.

  236. Foxwood says:

    I have a Dell studio 17 also, running Ubuntu. It’s fast but runs hot. I keep an external fan on it.

    You should see my office. I have 3 desktops and 2 laptops (counting work laptop). The room is hot. This weekend I’m replacing monitors with flat screens.

  237. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Everyone!! The commies are getting desperate!!!

    By David Goldstein | McClatchy Newspapers

    WASHINGTON — As if this election season weren’t already tense enough, fears about voter fraud — and some of the steps that are being taken to combat it — have created more worries.

    With control of Congress in the balance, both political parties are gearing up for a possibly wild and woolly Election Day around the country.

    “Legal war rooms,” roving teams of lawyers, hot lines and poll challengers are all part of the strategy that Democrats and Republicans will employ Tuesday to handle suspected fraud or to help voters whose right to vote is questioned.

    The issue is also on the Justice Department’s radar. It will post federal monitors at selected polling places around the country, and prosecutors, civil rights attorneys and the FBI will be tasked with handling election-related complaints that day. A special toll-free number — 1-800-253-3931 — will be available for complaints about ballot access.

    A lot is just precautionary and not out of the ordinary. What’s different this year is that candidates and others also are getting into the act.

    Ed Martin, a Republican congressional hopeful in St. Louis, intends to deploy a “Count Every Vote Unit” to look for possible voter fraud.

    Republican Rep. Mark Kirk, who’s running for the Senate in Illinois, has a “voter integrity program” in place for Election Day.

    Tea party groups plan to use “surveillance squads” at polling places to record possible voting misbehavior. Some tea party groups already have questioned voter registration records.

    “This is happening to a degree we haven’t seen in years,” said Wendy Weiser, a voting rights expert at the Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University School of Law. “The concern with ballot security operations is not with their intent. They can be highly confrontational. That can cross the line into intimidation and voter suppression.”

    Democrats claim that the fears about fraud are overblown and are being stoked by Republicans and conservatives to scare off voters, particularly minorities, many of whom tend to vote Democratic. In the Illinois U.S. Senate race, for instance, Kirk can be heard on a taped conference call saying where his “voter integrity program” would be sent, and it was largely African-American neighborhoods.

    Republicans deny that they are raising false alarms about voter fraud and say that their concerns are legitimate.

    “We have had some problem in the past with folks voting that should not have happened,” said Lloyd Smith, the executive director of the Missouri Republican Party.

    Among those was the famous case in 2000 of Ritzy Meckler — a dog — listed on the St. Louis voter registration rolls. Smith likened the party’s preparations this year to “a speed limit on a highway. It’s not there to write you a ticket, but to make sure everyone plays by the rules.”

    Some problems have occurred already.

    During early voting In Texas, there were reports of poll watchers “hovering” over voters and “getting in their face,” according to an account in the Houston Chronicle.

    In Minnesota, a group composed of members of a conservative party and the tea party has offered a bounty of up to $500 for anyone who turns in someone who’s successfully prosecuted for voter fraud.

    “We’ve had everything from tornadoes and ice storms to other types of problems, such as voting challenges and polling place conduct,” said Laura Egerdal, a spokeswoman for the Missouri Secretary of State’s Office. “We hope we don’t have to deal with any of those, but we’re making plans.”

    Read more:

    Concerns grow about election fraud, voter intimidation

    By David Goldstein | McClatchy Newspapers

  238. tellitlikeitis says:

    This a$$hole belongs in a straight jacket!!! Can’t wait for his meltdown on election night!!!!

  239. tellitlikeitis says:

  240. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Tellit!

  241. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Morning Foxwood!

  242. tellitlikeitis says:

    Obstructionism reaps its reward
    Posted: October 28, 2010
    8:43 pm Eastern

    © 2010

    he polls and pundits are all in alignment now.

    The Republican Party is headed for a victory Tuesday to rival the biggest and best of those that the party has known in the lifetime of most Americans.

    In 1938, the GOP won 72 seats in the House.

    In 1946, Republicans swept both houses and presented Harry Truman with a “fighting 80th Congress” that contained three future presidents: John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon.

    In 1966, Republicans picked up 47 House seats to set up the comeback of Nixon, who had led the party out of the wilderness of Goldwater’s defeat.

    In 1994, the Republican Revolution added 52 House seats and captured both chambers for the first time since Eisenhower’s first term.

    Looking back on those Republican triumphs, and forward to Tuesday’s, what do these Republican off-year victories have in common?

    In all four – 1938, 1946, 1966 and 1994 – the GOP won not because of what the party had accomplished or the hopes it had raised, but because Republicans were the only alternative on the ballot to a Democratic Party and president voters wished to punish.

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    By 1938, America had had its fill of FDR, as the Depression returned with a vengeance and his aristocratic arrogance became manifest in the crude attempt to purge Democratic senators and pack the Supreme Court with six new justices who’d rubber-stamp his New Deal.

    In 1946, Truman was perceived to have been as naive as FDR in trusting “good old Joe” Stalin, who was imposing his murderous Bolshevik rule on 100 million Eastern Europeans and whose Maoist allies were waging war on America’s ally in China. What our boys won on the battlefield, our diplomats had frittered away, the country believed.

    In 1966, the nation was reacting viscerally to the stalemate in Vietnam, rising casualties, campus disorders, soaring crime and riots in Harlem and Watts, all seen as the legacy of LBJ’s Great Society.

    In 1994, it was gays in the military, Hillarycare and the public perception that Bill Clinton was more liberal than he had let on that cost Democrats both houses. The post-election spin that the nation had rallied to Newt Gingrich’s “Contract with America” was pure propaganda.

    Tuesday’s election, too, will be no embrace of the GOP, but rather a repudiation of what Obama, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi have come to represent. All are seen as power-hungry politicians of an out-of-touch regime that is seizing control of private wealth and private lives as it fails in its duty to win our wars, balance our budgets and secure our borders.

    Republicans will be the beneficiaries of this repudiation, as Republicans are, almost everywhere, the only alternative on the ballot, and because they are seen correctly as having opposed the Obama agenda with near drill-team solidarity.

    Every Republican in the Senate but Arlen Specter and the ladies from Maine voted against Obama’s stimulus bill. Every Republican in the House, save eight, voted no on cap-and-trade. Every Republican on Capitol Hill voted no on Obamacare. More GOP senators opposed Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan than opposed any Supreme Court nominee in memory.

    Tuesday, obstructionism reaps its reward.

    On Tuesday, the nation, including millions of Obama voters, will come out to empower the Party of No, even as the nation voted in 2006 and 2008 to throw out that party. While many did respond positively to Obama’s politics of hope and change in 2008, as they ousted the Republicans, the nation, after Tuesday, will have voted in three straight elections in four years to be rid of its ruling regime.

    The United States is starting to look like the French Fourth Republic.

    After France lost Indochina, began losing Algeria and was flipping from one premier and one party to another, the call went forth from an exasperated nation to Gen. DeGaulle to come and take charge of affairs.

    Consider the critical issue facing America today – the budget and trade deficits, the soaring national debt, an unemployment near 10 percent for 14 straight months – and how neither party seems to have the cure.

    While George Bush’s tax cuts did not cause this, they did not prevent it. And if Republicans believe that his deficits did cause it, why have those Republicans not addressed the causes of those deficits – Bush’s wars, Bush’s tax cuts and Bush’s social spending on No Child Left Behind and Medicare drug benefits?

    Yet, if liberal Democrats are right and deficits are the correct Keynesian cure for recession, why have Obama deficits of $1.4 and $1.3 trillion failed so dismally? Paul Krugman says they are not large enough. Perhaps, but the country is about to end the experiment.

    The Federal Reserve, having used and broken every tool in its toolbox, including doubling the money supply and setting interest rates at near zero, will now bet the farm on inflation, starting Nov. 3.

    Both parties have lost the mandate of heaven, and neither knows if its economic philosophy even works anymore.

    We are in uncharted waters. The country is up for grabs.

  243. tellitlikeitis says:

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