Huffington Post F-Bombs VotingFemale with hit piece for stating the truth…

I tweeted a statement of absolute reality yesterday, October 31, 2010…

The Twitterers’ reactions were numerous and strong, both pro and con.

A Tweeter debate ensued between me and Alan Rosenblatt, twitter name @drdigipol, over at Center For American Progress, a John Podesta Socialist/Communist political activism org.

Then there was this reaction from @Shoq (pronounced shock):

But Mr. Shoq wasn’t satisfied with a mere tweet response and, having publishing authority at Huffington Post, published his tweet (with out my tweet) in the HuffPo Politics section there as a Featured Article:

Here is the link: HuffPo F-Bomb hit piece on VotingFemale.

My reaction? On Monday 1st November 2010, @VotingFemale tweeted:

Thank you for telling me Patty. These socialists do not like reality. And in this election atmosphere, reality does not like them and their brand. It was time to wake ’em up. @littlebytesnews just favorited your tweet: Socialists seek context framing. I FRAME the context of the fight. WeThePeople will STOMP the DEM Congress.

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67 Responses to Huffington Post F-Bombs VotingFemale with hit piece for stating the truth…

  1. m2 says:

    Stomp stomp.

    Shaq doesn’t realize the President figurehead of George Soros has already stopped the Democrat party out of existence.
    Stomp stomp.

    Now the fight is for the country. You are correct @VotingFemale.

    Or does Shoq want to put his money where his mouth is, and redistribute his quality of life to thugocracies, for the sole purpose of bringing the U.S. down to their level. Shocking!

  2. Foxwood says:

    I bet your Twit following will soar…

  3. Foxwood says:

    @shoq may not have realized he has done you a favor.

  4. Foxwood says:

    Yeah, Sami, they thinks they smart doing that to you. Theys the idiots 🙂

    Having a hard time multi-tasking today… can’t have any dog hair…

  5. Foxwood says:

    At least a real news paper can be used for toilet paper in a pinch. 🙂

  6. VotingFemale says:

    They never seem to get it, Fox. Same thing happened at iCry, and it all helped elevate me to the top of the heap over there.

    Foxwood says

    @shoq may not have realized he has done you a favor.

  7. VotingFemale says:


    hahahahaha! Gads they hated that! 😀

    Other folks have started using the STOMP word in some tweets of theirs.

    Mr @Shoq focused his F-Bombing frustration at me over the looming Tea Party Tsunami Heading straight for the DEM Congress tomorrow. Shoot the Messenger, lol.

    m2 says

    Stomp stomp.

    Shaq doesn’t realize the President figurehead of George Soros has already stopped the Democrat party out of existence.
    Stomp stomp.

    Now the fight is for the country. You are correct @VotingFemale.

    Or does Shoq want to put his money where his mouth is, and redistribute his quality of life to thugocracies, for the sole purpose of bringing the U.S. down to their level. Shocking!

  8. samiam60 says:

    I have Tweeted this Post VF and stand behind in against this vulgar assault on your Freedom of Speech.
    Thank you for the Cannon Fire today Foxwood.

    Today would be a good day for us to join forces in getting the word out to Vote Tomorrow.

    What say you?

  9. m2 says:

    VF, true- Shoq had to air out his gross insecurity over at Huffington, but I question- Huffinton is just a leech upon success. Her whole site is possible by marrying rich, leech and suck, and is kept on life support through Soros capital infusion.

    What kind of Socialist respects that venue?

    Oh I guess Socialists don’t have morals… isn’t that what Alinsky lectured us about?

  10. VotingFemale says:

    Sam, Thank you, and Foxwood for the retweets of this blogpost.

    The Lib Scumbaggers’s vulgarity works against them… and they either are too stupid to figure that out or too arrogant to care…. or perhaps both.

    samiam60 says

    I have Tweeted this Post VF and stand behind in against this vulgar assault on your Freedom of Speech.
    Thank you for the Cannon Fire today Foxwood.

    Today would be a good day for us to join forces in getting the word out to Vote Tomorrow.

    What say you?

  11. VotingFemale says:

    M2, most if not all real socialists and communists have morals… BAD MORALS. There are plenty of everyday voters who are registered democrat who have either bailed or will vote conservative. it’s bad for O & Co.

  12. VotingFemale says:

    Communist Ink, bad for tush.

    Foxwood says

    At least a real news paper can be used for toilet paper in a pinch. 🙂

  13. Foxwood says:

    I can usually multi-task, but have had to dedicate most of my time to work today. Mind’s not working on all cylinders today… 😦

  14. samiam60 says:

    VF, I have tweeted several of your most relevant Blog Posts this morning for maximum exposure at this crucial time in America’s History.

  15. VotingFemale says:

    “Today would be a good day for us to join forces in getting the word out to Vote Tomorrow.”

    I made calls to everyone on my cell phone address book yesterday to get out Tuesday and vote. Some folks actually didn’t realize it was a voting day, which tells you something. CALL YOUR FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCES AND WORK CONTACTS… even your dentist, doctor’s office, the plumber, the insurance company receptionist, CALL EVERYONE. Mention it to everyone you speak to today in real life. Most on the internet at various political sites will vote. It’s the oblivious-to-election-reality folks that need a strong insistent reminder. Don’t take no for an answer.

  16. VotingFemale says:

    Sam, TY dear. I have tweeted your post too.

  17. VotingFemale says:

    no problem linking M2.

    I have storage room work to do. BBL

    cold out burrr

  18. Foxwood says:

    Prediction: Republicans Will Pick Up 9 Seats in Senate for 50-50 Split
    by Steven Ertelt | Washington, DC | | 11/1/10 11:21 AM is today predicting that Republicans will pick up nine seats in the Senate for a 50-50 split of the upper chamber of Congress.

    Based on poling data, polling trends and the movement and momentum in the closing week of the campaigns, it appears the Senate will have a historic tie, which pro-abortion Vice President Joe Biden will be able to break.

    GOP candidates will easily pick up seats four states (Arkansas, Indiana, North Dakota, Wisconsin) and will win closer election victories in five more (Colorado, Illinois, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Washington). They will also hold Alaska.

    They will relinquish the ability to control the Senate form their pro-abortion counterparts because they will fail to win in West Virginia and California.

    Read more:

  19. Foxwood says:

    I’ve posted this one before, but it’s coming up in the Numb Nut Session. My understanding of it is, they take your 401k and turn it into a GRA (Guaranteed Retirement Account), ran my little Timmy Gietner (sp). You get $600 a year at 2% interest. In actuality is is a slush fund to continue to pay union pensions. Call your Senators and Reps on this BullCrap!

    New Lame Duck Threat to Bailout Union Pensions
    by Connie Hair

    Democrats in the Senate on Thursday held a recess hearing covering a taxpayer bailout of union pensions and a plan to seize private 401(k) plans to more “fairly” distribute taxpayer-funded pensions to everyone.

    Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa), Chairman of the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee heard from hand-picked witnesses advocating the infamous “Guaranteed Retirement Account” (GRA) authored by Theresa Guilarducci.

    Read more:

  20. Bob Mack says:

    Morning all.
    VF, I just twitted (tweeted?) your post as well. The lefties are truly going insane at the prospect of their being written out of the will…

  21. arlenearmy says:

    I caught part of the dust up yesterday on twitter. Huffpost blog writer butted heads w/me several months ago over their advocating Obama use of baseball bat on us republicans.

  22. arlenearmy says:

    brb for additional input on the matter

  23. samiam60 says:

    Good Afternoon Foxwood and AFVET Bob Mack and Arlene, So good to have you both here on this run up to a wipe out for the Socialists. I have been getting Enola Gay ready for a SECOND SORTY today. This new mission strikes closer to the home of the Socialists strong hold. Stayed tuned for mission updates.

  24. samiam60 says:

    We are off for our second sortie of the day

  25. samiam60 says:

    Mission Accomplished, please stop by survey the damage

  26. Foxwood says:

    Man, I feel much better!

    I’ll see if I can catch up now!

  27. Foxwood says:

    Has anyone else gotten a phone call from Bubba? He asked me to vote for the Dem turned RINO Lt. Governor. I wonder if her little blue dress has a stain on it?

  28. Foxwood says:

    Lefties are stupid…

  29. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Evening everyone! Tomorrow is hopefully the end of socialism. Vote early and often. lol.

  30. Foxwood says:

    Good evening Tellit!

    Check out the video above. Libbies are stupid.

  31. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good evening Foxwood!

  32. tellitlikeitis says:

    Gonna be a good ole socialist a$$ kicking tomorrow! Election day for the voters! Judgment day for the commiecrats!

  33. Bob Mack says:

    Dump the Dems..Maim the Marxists..Lacerate the libs..Pound the Progs–things are looking good, Tingles and his brethren are looking kinda haggard tonight.

  34. tellitlikeitis says:

    After the election the democrat party is going to start a new blog called ” Sh*tter.” to symbolize where they are now and to honor their newly acquired minority status. lol!

  35. tellitlikeitis says:

    Great political commercial. Sad but true!

  36. VotingFemale says:

    There have been quite an array of “creative polling.” The best Soros money can buy. There have been vote stealing and vote blocking, the best Soros money can buy. There has been intimidation and arm twisting to force candidates to run as a write-in to usurp the primary process and to withdraw, to usurp the electoral process. In short the Socialist-Communists-Progressives will commit any crime short of outright murder to stab the American people in the back without risking armed insurrection.

    These bastards have always been in our midst in various formed since the earliest settlement on the North American Continent.

    Woo to us if it is our generation that drops the ball.

  37. tellitlikeitis says:

    Obama will be singing this song on Wednesday.

  38. samiam60 says:

    House Republicans Eye Top Committee Posts, Promise Wave of Obama Oversight

    President Obama said last week that even if Republicans want to work with him, they’ll have to “sit in back.”

    But Democrats are the ones who could soon be out of the driver’s seat on Capitol Hill. If Republicans seize the House of Representatives on Election Day, their members would win the chairman’s gavel on nearly two dozen committees with oversight power covering everything from health care to environmental policy to the military.

    Expect a game of musical chairs to sort this all out. If Republicans win, they would have about two months to pick their leadership and from there, nominate and select committee chairs through the House Republican Conference. But the change-up would be more than symbolic — the Republicans looking to take charge come January are vowing to crack down on what they see as the Obama administration’s regulatory excesses.

    After two years in which the White House and the majority Democrats in Congress worked hand in hand, a Congress with Republicans at the committee dais would be poised to hassle the administration with subpoenas while drawing attention to whatever the party pleases with its own rapid-fire schedule of hearings. They’re calling for a change in tone.

    “We have more hearings on NFL head injuries than on the terror threat facing America,” said an aide to Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas, currently the ranking Republican on the House Judiciary Committee.

    Related Links
    A New Congress, a New Debate: Under-the-Radar Issues Could Emerge in 2011
    Which Under-the-Radar Issue Will the Next Congress Make a Priority?

    “There’s just going to be more hearings on issues that are important to the American people,” the aide said. That, and more subpoenas.

    On the Judiciary Committee, Smith wants to take over for Chairman John Conyers, D-Mich. If that happens, committee business could quickly turn to illegal immigration and national security and other issues. The Smith aide said the Texas congressman wants to call on the Justice Department to provide information about prosecutions for employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants. He would hold more hearings on terror threats. He would hold hearings on Mexico violence.

    He could hold hearings, the aide said, on civil rights enforcement at the Justice Department, in light of the controversy over the department’s decision to mostly abandon a voter intimidation case against the New Black Panther Party. A separate inquiry into that decision uncovered allegations within the department that civil rights lawyers were avoiding cases that involved white victims, something Smith has already drawn public attention to.

    The aide said that if California passes Prop 19 legalizing marijuana, a Judiciary Committee led by Smith would also likely press the Justice Department to file suit.

    But that’s just one committee. Republicans are jockeying for position across the Hill, and the potential succession is not always so clear cut.

    On the House Energy and Commerce Committee, ranking Republican Rep. Joe Barton of Texas is hoping to replace Chairman Henry Waxman, D-Calif. But the rules, as well as some controversial comments, could get in the way. Under Republican House rules, nobody can serve more than three terms as chairman or ranking member on a committee. Barton has served two terms as ranking member and one as chairman, so it’s not clear whether GOP leadership would let him move back into the chairmanship.

    Weighing against him could be his infamous apology to BP for the way they’d been treated during a congressional hearing on the Gulf oil spill. Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich., is said to be waiting in the wings for a shot at the job.

    But Barton has already laid out somewhat of an agenda for his yet-to-be-realized chairmanship.

    In a column published Saturday in The Washington Times, he said he would scrutinize the cost effects of the health care law as well as the economic impact of the EPA’s environmental regulations.

    “Our first job will be to find out what’s gone wrong. That’s why the return of vigorous congressional oversight is going to be a top priority for me and the committee next year,” he wrote. “Congress’ oversight function is not a license to bully political opponents. Our permanent, constitutional and bipartisan responsibility is, however, to know what is going on in order to devise policy that takes into account actual people who have to pay for and live under our decisions.”

    Democrats have raised concern that California Rep. Darrell Issa, ranking Republican on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, could start to bully if he takes over for Democratic New York Rep. Edolphus Towns as chairman. Issa is already a thorn in the side of the Obama administration and with the chairman’s gavel would be empowered to go after issues like whether the White House made an illegal job offer to Rep. Joe Sestak to get him out of the Pennsylvania Senate primary against incumbent Arlen Specter.

    Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., has warned that Issa would conduct a “witch hunt” against the Obama administration if he becomes chairman.

    If it’s any comfort to Democrats, Issa has gone on record against the idea of impeaching Obama.

    Another high-profile seat is on the House Appropriations Committee, where there would almost certainly be a competition to replace Chairman David Obey, D-Wis.

    Ranking member Jerry Lewis, R-Calif., is positioned to run, but the big earmarker is not well liked by some taxpayer watchdogs and he, too, has been either chairman or ranking member for three terms.

    Rep. Harold Rogers, R-Ky., according to his hometown newspaper, the Courier-Journal, has been building his own candidacy for the seat by spreading around campaign cash to his House colleagues ahead of the midterm election. He told the newspaper last week he has the support of 19 of the 33 Republicans on the panel tasked with choosing the next chairman, “though it’s an inexact science.”

    That leaves plenty of other high-profile changes of the guard. On the House Budget Committee, ranking Republican Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., has emerged as somewhat of a superstar in the new guard of the party and would be well-positioned to take over for Chairman John Spratt, D-S.C.

    On the Armed Services Committee, Rep. Buck McKeon, R-Calif., sits next to Chairman Ike Skelton, D-Mo. On Foreign Affairs, Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R-Fla., is ranking member to Chairman Howard Berman, D-Calif. On the tax-writing Ways and Means, Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich., is ranking member to Rep. Sander Levin, D-Mich., the acting chairman while Rep. Charles Rangel battles ethics charges.

    And on Homeland Security, outspoken Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., who helped lead opposition to the so-called Ground Zero mosque, would seem next in line to Chairman Bennie Thompson, D-Miss.

  39. VotingFemale says:

    I am compiling a Twitter-List of frequent commenters on the blog. I don’t want to exclude anyone so if you are not yet on the list please tweet message me or email me and let me know your Tweeter ID so I can add you.

    The advantage of a Twitter List is folks can check the list and get a time line of tweets from the list members to see what the group is tweeting.

    I nicknamed the list ‘The Hive’!/VotingFemale/the-hive

  40. tellitlikeitis says:

    Good Evening VF>

    I believe the commies will be in shock and awe at the volume of people that will be voting tomorrow. We may not know the outcome of some of these elections until Thursday or Friday. I believe any vote fraud or other shenanigans will not make a difference in these races because it is going to be a Republican landslide tomorrow.

  41. VotingFemale says:

    Just tweeted this and Sami re-tweeted it a bit ago.

    On Tuesday 2nd November 2010, @VotingFemale said:

    TO: #dems Congress
    CC: #p2 #GOP #tcot

    You’re fired.

    We remember how you ignored the will of the American people. We remember the arrogance, the condescension, the deep partisan divide that you dug into our political system.

    We can assure you that we have NOT forgotten the way you treated us during the town halls. We have not forgotten how you treated us when we called your office, sent you letters, and tried to make our voices heard. It would be IMPOSSIBLE to forget how you forced Obamacare on us. No one forgets the day their government puts them on notice that they will be required to finance abortions, lies to them about what will happen to their insurance coverage, and performs the most egregious set of political acrobatics in the history of the legislative process in order to circumvent the will of the American public.

    Every time you pushed legislation that we didn’t want, we were shut out and told to sit down and take it. You made it loud and clear that what we wanted didn’t matter. DON’T EVEN GET US STARTED on what you’ve done to our economy!

    So, does this make us angry voters?

    Nah…. we’re downright GIDDY as we cast our votes!

    Up until now, we’ve pledged to remember November. Now we’ll leave that to YOU.

    The Crew at
    The ones you’re now hearing loud and clear!

  42. VotingFemale says:

    I did not author that letter, it came from TPN – Tea Party Nation of which I am a “card carrying member.”

  43. samiam60 says:

    This Twittering thing is a pretty big deal VF and if we use it to its full potential we can spread the Conservative message far and wide in milliseconds. Coordinating our efforts would be a big plus for all concerned. in my humble opinion

  44. tellitlikeitis says:

  45. VotingFemale says:

    Good Evening Tellit,

    I suspect we will see a variety of DEM emotions and behaviors… mostly exhibited on Nov 3 onward …the full spectrum.

    Most expected by me is pure unmasked hatred. Well ya know, I dont give a flying farkle… they hated us before the election… and after kicking them in the balls on NOV 2, they can better focus that hatred.

    I am of the school of thought that it will work against them and to our favor… they truly are stupid as some have pointed out in comments on this particular blogpost. The good thing about stupid is, ya can’t fix it. They are stuck in the stupid.

    It will eat them from the inside out and I, for one, will encourage and cultivate it in various ways. I am not afraid of them… I laugh at them.

    We outnumber them and yes, we are our own friends and they are the enemy as Obama has pointed out. He drew the line in the sand… so F’ing let it be.


  46. tellitlikeitis says:


  47. Liberty says:

    VF, girl please. Good grief. Goes to show just how thin skinned liberal progressives are.

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  49. arlenearmy says:

    The Hufffpost blogger @drdigipol you are referring to had nerve to compare Obama to Reagan. I weighed in on it. He tweeted back with the usual yada yada blah blah blah…the polls.. the polls…

    I told him anybody can spin an argument on any polls. No matter what polls say about Reagan cuz I go by the way it feels & what I see with my physical eyes. I was already out the Army when Reagan was in office & I can personally attest that no way in hell was this nation under Reagan going thru the turmoil that we are now suffering under Obama. I have never in my life known of an American President – other than Obama that caused racial division to the point that imminent race war.

    That blogger is full of shit! After 2 tweets w/him, I let his ass in the dust & went on bout my business.

  50. arlenearmy says:

    The liberals are not only pissed that Obama the messiah is getting egg on his face.. the liberals are embarrassed. They stuck their neck out for O & O let them down. Online liberals, in particular, think that online conservatives are getting cocky. So liberals are trying to save face & knee jerked the “fuck you” remark to our VF.

  51. tellitlikeitis says:

    Arlene, I have to say this as my point of view as a white person. My racial views or my racial relations have not changed as a result of the election of Barack Obama. I am not or have never been against the election of a black president just not this president. I knew he was a phony from the get go and I could not support him. I don’t believe there will be a race war not matter what happens to Obama. Obama’s problem is he never learned that you” can’t fool all of the people all of the time.” This election will be a referendum on his lack of honesty. e has become a victim of his own rhetoric and his own illusion of himself. I feel sorry for the African American voter because they in most cases voted for him with pride and enthusiasm and he has let them down the most. I can only hope that after the Obama administration becomes a distant memory in time other genuine, honest,qualified black candidates will not be discouraged from running for president.

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  53. arlenearmy says:

    But in order to keep the peace, some folks feel they got to take the high road. 2 yrs. is an awful long time to keep turning the other cheek.

  54. Bob Mack says:

    Hey all.
    Obama ain’t African-American…he’s just African–I think. Maybe he’s Indonesian. Who knows? All his records are sealed up tighter than the Prophecy of Fatima.

  55. Bob Mack says:

    Fox News projects Barney is out? Is that right?

  56. tellitlikeitis says:

    Arlene, I can see your point of view however I do not see a race war on the horizon no matter what Obama does. What possible scenario I do see is if this economy hits the wall and really implodes I see kaos and mayhem on an unprecedented scale. The law of the jungle and survival of the fittest will be the order of the day. All races and creeds will be fighting each other for survival.

  57. tellitlikeitis says:

    I hope the new Republican congress will “demand” the unsealing of Obama’s records and will make Hawaii produce his original birth certificate.

  58. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning VF and all my Fellow Patriots and Friends.

    For some reason my site went down this morning and I have to investigate what happened. I am thinking a wordpress issue.

  59. samiam60 says:

    Problem solved, a bad U tube link sent my site on the fritz. All Better now

  60. Foxwood says:

    Same think happened here, Sami. VFs recent post is down.

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