Michael Steele, your RAAACIST-Card throwing defeats you

Michael Steele has finally jumped the ole Shark. I think this latest stunt will be his final straw…

From The Daily Caller:

…last week, in a radio interview with Rev. Al Sharpton Steele ratcheted up the rhetoric, appearing to agree with Sharpton that if he is not reelected as RNC chairman, it will be because the GOP is racist, making “the brother take the fall.”
Steele, noted for out-of-pocket statements on far-left lamestream media programs, has made an occupation of walking back his statements.
Now, Steele is about to teach a very valuable lesson to minority politicians who contemplate false race-card throwing against fellow party members:
Self-serving unfounded race-card throwing will earn you a one-way ticket off your party’s bus. Additionally, all conservatives are battle-tested against such Leftist-Styled Tactics.
What does Steele’s “Brother”  Al Sharpton have to say to the above statement by Steele?
Sharpton said he couldn’t believe Republicans would even think of ditching Steele as RNC chair.

“You’d be the first brother run out after doing a good job. It would be interesting to see them have a historic win, and the brother takes the fall. Usually the brother takes the fall when they lose,” Sharpton said.

The record of events which drag behind RNC Chairman Steele like boat anchors can not be refudiated… not with the race-card and not with historical revision (emphasis mine):


“Anyone who believes the movement to replace Steele as RNC chair is fueled by racial motivations has been living in a cave and ignoring his gross mismanagement of the RNC,” said one Republican, clearly a Steele critic.

“He [Steele] has left absolutely no surplus heading into a critical presidential election, dismantled the critical 72-hour GOTV program, used the office for personal profit from speaking engagements and a book, and launched a massive bus tour as a front for his reelection campaign for chairman complete with stops in territories. Republicans won in spite of Michael Steele, not because of him; it is time for change,” the source said.

Concerns about the perception of removing Steele because of his race “went out the window with millions of dollars in debt,” a second GOP operative said.

I have optimistic reasons to believe Steele will be replaced. His latest race-card throwing stunt? …the final nail in the ole political coffin in my opinion.
Enter Saul Anuzis, the former Republican Party chairman of Michigan:
(Notice the irony of this banner? lol A leftist attempt at push-back)
A letter from Saul Anuzis:

…to be a force, the RNC must change and that requires new leadership at the top. I am offering you an alternative, a choice, a different approach to the leadership and stewardship of our party.Chairman Steele’s record speaks for itself.  He has his way of doing things. I have mine.

We will not win in 2012 if the RNC is not able to provide the financial resources we need to support the organizational efforts and ground games of our state parties.  Without a fully funded Victory program we will be overwhelmed by the efforts of the unions, the Obama campaign and all their allies.

Even though we won an overall victory in 2010 we lost some heartbreaking statewide races in places like Illinois, Colorado, West Virginia, Washington and Nevada, and countless congressional and legislative districts because the other side had a better turnout effort.

Think about your own state. Did some terrific Republican candidate work their hearts out, yet fall short by a handful of votes on Election Day? Now ask yourself: if the RNC had properly funded the Victory program in your state, would that candidate have been a winner? Would that candidate have benefited from a robust 72-hour program with ground troops sweeping in for the final weekend?

Go here to read the entire letter.

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135 Responses to Michael Steele, your RAAACIST-Card throwing defeats you

  1. Foxwood says:

    The Good Witch of the East comes to mind, VF. Christine O’Donnell might have won if she would have been funded. Instead, another Communist has infiltrated American Congress.

  2. samiam60 says:

    Wow VF. This is the first I am hearing about the Michael Steel comments. A man on thin ice should know better than this.

  3. Foxwood says:

    You were right. This was timely. I just heard it on Fox News Radio.

  4. VotingFemale says:

    Yeah… I like to be one of the first bloggers out of the chute… weee!

  5. VotingFemale says:

    I added a youtube vid to the post… check it out.

  6. tellitlikeitis says:

  7. Foxwood says:

    It sounds like Steele knows his days are numbered.

  8. VotingFemale says:

    I agree, Fox… Times Up.

  9. VotingFemale says:

    this is part of the post NOV-2 domino falls I have been waiting to see…

    pre-NOV-2 was not the time to replace Steele who really screwed the RNC pooch

  10. tellitlikeitis says:

    I wonder if Fox news will let him come back as a commentator if he gets kicked out of the RNC.

  11. samiam60 says:

    VF, you should add Tellits Racist Video. Ahahahahhahhaa, Priceless

  12. AFVET says:

    Martin Luther King Jr. said that the character of an individual is more important than the skin color.
    Time for Steele to go.
    We don’t have time for racism, we are attempting to take back our republic.

  13. VotingFemale says:

    I agree it is a great video, Sam, but I don’t want to overdue it… it’s in the comments for any reader to discover though 😉

    samiam60 says

    VF, you should add Tellits Racist Video. Ahahahahhahhaa, Priceless

  14. VotingFemale says:

    AFVET, as we all know, MLK was a conservative.

  15. AFVET says:

    Just heard on Rush that Bobby Jindal has exposed Obama’s thuggish attitude toward the citizens of Louisiana, and the efforts of Jindal to get relief for the people that were devastated by the moratorium on drilling in the gulf.
    New book from Jindal is the source.

  16. tellitlikeitis says:

    200 million dollars a day and all the TOTUS brings home is 2 broken teleprompters and a great big empty GOOSE EGG.

  17. Bob Mack says:

    I vote for Ted Nugent for new head of the RNC. Rock ‘n Roll Republicanism. That’s what we need. The left co-opted the music back in the ’60s. I say Bring It Back Home.

  18. VotingFemale says:

    AFVET, Jindal is just the guy to politically slap Obama about the head and shoulders as my Dad used to say. O is a circle going nowhere.

  19. VotingFemale says:

    Isn’t Ted the coolest! sigh…

    Bob Mack says

    I vote for Ted Nugent

  20. samiam60 says:

    November 10th Anniversary of the Edmund Fitzgerald:

  21. AFVET says:

    Ted Nugent for Secretary of Defense.
    Now we’re talkin’ !
    Sarah Palin for head of the RNC.

  22. tellitlikeitis says:

  23. tellitlikeitis says:

  24. tellitlikeitis says:

  25. tellitlikeitis says:

    Don’t you just love it!!! Like an alcoholic in serious denial!!!

    Pelosi: ‘We Didn’t Lose Because of Me’

    By Patrick O’Connor

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she has the “overwhelming support” of fellow Democrats in her bid to become minority leader in the next Congress, and says she’s not to blame for the Democrats’ mid-term debacle.

    We didn’t lose the election because of me,” Ms. Pelosi told National Public Radio in an interview that aired Friday morning. “Our members do not accept that.”

    Instead, the California Democrat attributes the loss of at least 60 seats to high unemployment and “$100 million of outside, unidentified funding.”

    “Any party that cannot turn (9.5% unemployment) into political gains should hang up the gloves,” she said.

    The NPR interview is one of the first Ms. Pelosi has granted since a small-but-growing number of Democrats began publicly lamenting her decision to seek the top job in the minority. That list even includes some loyal allies, such as Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan.

    Among those rooting for Ms. Pelosi to stick around are Republicans, who are giddy at the prospect of reprising in 2012 the attacks they used in the past election cycle, tying Democratic incumbents around the country to the liberal from San Francisco.

    Ms. Pelosi’s reply: Bring it on. “The reason they had to take me down is because I’ve been effective in fighting special interests in Washington, D.C.,” Ms. Pelosi said, citing the health insurance and financial services industries. “I’m effective. They had to take me out. I’m also the most significant attractor to support for the Democrats.”

    “So, I’m not looking back on this,” Ms. Pelosi said. “They asked me to run, I’m running. We don’t let the Republicans choose our leaders, and again, our members understand, they made me a target because I’m effective, politically and policy-wise.”

  26. tellitlikeitis says:


    Secret Walmart Survey Shows Inflation Already Here

    Published: Thursday, 11 Nov 2010 | 2:59 PM ET

    By: John Melloy
    Executive Producer, Fast Money

    Beyond the money

    There might not have been a second round of quantitative easing, if Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke shopped at Walmart.

    A new pricing survey of products sold at the world’s largest retailer [WMT 54.05 -0.29 (-0.53%) ] showed a 0.6 percent price increase in just the last two months, according to MKM Partners. At that rate, prices would be close to four percent higher a year from now, double the Fed’s mandate.

    54.05 -0.29 (-0.53%%)

    The “inaugural price survey shows a small, but meaningful increase on an 86-item grocery basket,” said Patrick McKeever, MKM Partners analyst, in a note. Most of the items McKeever chose to track were every day items like food and detergent and made by national brands.

    On November 3, the Fed announced its much-anticipated purchase of $600 billion in Treasury securities. An effort to keep market rates low since the central bank’s benchmark rate is already at zero. The Federal Open Market Committee’s statement said, “Currently, the unemployment rate is elevated, and measures of underlying inflation are somewhat low, relative to levels that the Committee judges to be consistent, over the longer run, with its dual mandate.”

    But since that statement, interest rates have actually gone up, backfiring on a Fed chief who wants his quantitative easing to spark inflation of 2 percent annually. A moderate amount of inflation would be considered good for the economy. The problem is that inflation is already running well above a healthy level, investors said, Bernanke is just not looking in the right place, like a Walmart.

    “I suspect that when the Chairman thinks about reflation he has a difficult time seeing any other asset besides real estate,” said Jim Iuorio of TJM Institutional Services. “Somehow the Fed thinks that if its not ‘wage driven’ inflation that it is somehow unimportant. It’s not unimportant to people who see everything they own (homes) going down in value and everything they need (food and energy) going up in price.”

    Next week, the government is expected to say its official measure of inflation, the Consumer Price Index, increased at a 0.3 percent annual rate, according to economists’ consensus estimate. Core CPI, excluding food and energy, is expected to climb just 0.1 percent.

    The biggest dollar increase in McKeever’s survey was on a jug of Tide Original laundry detergent, manufactured by Procter & Gamble [PG 64.26 -0.10 (-0.16%) ]. Both P&G and Kimberly-Clark [KMB 61.89 -0.26 (-0.42%) ] gave tentative forecasts for this quarter on concern they won’t be able to pass rising input costs on to the consumer. They may have no choice.

    Prices of cotton, silver wheat, soybeans, corn are all up big this year. Cotton futures are up the most, climbing 90 percent so far in 2010. The price of silver is up 63 percent.

    The purpose of McKeever’s note was actually not to be a commentary on Fed policy. The retail analyst is just trying to find out if Walmart is subtlety-increasing prices without decreasing foot traffic. A process he would deem bullish the stock.

    “If the pricing dynamic is shifting, as our survey suggests, this would lend some upside bias to our sales and earnings expectations,” said McKeever.

    Bernanke keeping interest rates artificially low is sparking outrage among central bank chiefs around the world, who feel the U.S. is essentially exporting inflation.

    China’s CPI surged 4.4% in October, according to figures released Thursday, higher than economists’ expected and up from a 3.6 percent annual reading in the month prior.

    Said EmergingMoney.com Founder Tim Seymour, “Bernanke definitely must not shop at WalMart in China.”

  27. Foxwood says:

    Ted is great. I am following him on Twitter. I was pleasantly surprised about his support for Sarah.

  28. VotingFemale says:

    What’s his twitter ID?

    Foxwood says

    Ted is great. I am following him on Twitter. I was pleasantly surprised about his support for Sarah.

  29. VotingFemale says:

    Tellit, Nancy Pelosi is either an incurable liar or deranged.

    I go with both.

  30. tellitlikeitis says:

    The dumb ass doesn’t get it. That alien d*ckhead teleprompter reading moron will never be my president. He should be impeached just for sheer stupidity if nothing else.

    Obama’s economic view is rejected on world stage

    SEOUL — President Obama’s hopes of emerging from his Asia trip with the twin victories of a free trade agreement with South Korea and a unified approach to spurring global economic growth ran into resistance on all fronts yesterday, putting Obama at odds with his key allies and largest trading partners.

    The most concrete trophy expected to emerge from the trip eluded his grasp: a long-delayed free trade agreement with South Korea, first negotiated by the Bush administration and then reopened by Obama, to have greater protections for US workers.

    And as officials frenetically tried to paper over differences among the Group of 20 members with a vaguely worded communiqué to be issued today, there was no way to avoid discussion of the fundamental differences of economic strategy. After five largely harmonious meetings in the past two years to deal with the most severe downturn since the Depression, major disputes broke out between Washington and China, Britain, Germany, and Brazil.

    Each rejected core elements of Obama’s strategy of stimulating growth before focusing on deficit reduction. Several major nations continued to accuse the Federal Reserve of deliberately devaluing the dollar last week in an effort to put the costs of America’s competitive troubles on trading partners, rather than taking politically tough measures to rein in spending at home.

    The result was that Obama repeatedly found himself on the defensive. He and the South Korean president, Lee Myung Bak, had vowed to complete the trade pact by the time they met here; while Obama insisted that it would be resolved “in a matter of weeks,’’ without the pressure of a summit meeting it was unclear how the hurdles on nontariff barriers to US cars and beef would be resolved.

    Obama’s meeting with China’s president, Hu Jintao, appeared to do little to break down Chinese resistance to accepting even nonbinding numerical targets for limiting China’s trade surplus. While Lael Brainard, the undersecretary of the Treasury for international affairs, said that the United States and China “have gotten to a good place’’ on rebalancing their trade, Chinese officials later archly reminded the Americans that as the issuers of the dollar, the main global reserve currency, they should consider the interests of the “global economy’’ and their own “national circumstances.’’

    The disputes were not limited to America’s foreign partners. Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner got into a trans-Pacific argument with one of his former mentors, Alan Greenspan, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve, after Greenspan wrote that the United States was “pursuing a policy of currency weakening.’’ Geithner shot back on CNBC that while he had “enormous respect’’ for Greenspan, “that’s not an accurate description of either the Fed’s policies or our policies.’’

    Much of the rest of the world seemed to share Greenspan’s assessment. Moreover, Obama seemed to be losing the broader debate over austerity. The president has insisted that at a moment of weak private demand, the best way to spur economic growth is to have the government prime the pump with cheap credit and government stimulus programs. He quickly found himself in an argument with Prime Minister David Cameron of Britain and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany.

    “You do hear the argument made sometimes: If you have a deficit, put off the action to deal with it because taking money out of the economy will reduce your growth rate,’’ Cameron said at the meeting. “I simply don’t accept that.’’

    Merkel, in a more traditional German view reflective of her country’s history of hyperinflation before World War II, was equally adamant.

    “I am not one, and Germany is not one, who says growth and fiscal consolidation are contradictory,’’ she said during a lunchtime address in Seoul. “They can go together, and it is essential to return to a sustainable growth path.’’ She also suggested that it was the job of deficit countries — like the United States and Britain, although she diplomatically avoided citing them — to increase their competitiveness rather than put limits on countries that had figured out how to get the world to buy their goods.

  31. Foxwood says:

    Tweeting it to you now!

  32. tellitlikeitis says:

    Nancy Pelosi is a nutjob! She should be in a straitjacket locked up in an insane asylum.

  33. tellitlikeitis says:

    Go ahead and stick around Nancy. You and Obama will be the poster children for the extinction of the Democrat party. You both can follow the dodo bird into extinction.

  34. Foxwood says:

    In case you didn’t get your tweet: @TedNugent

  35. tellitlikeitis says:

    I’ve gotta tell you all this. For me living today is like watching a bad movie or living a reoccurring nightmare. I can’t believe the dumb ass voters put this Putz in office. Unfortunately we have to deal with this idiot for 2 more years. I hope the Republicans can gets this jackass impeached somehow. I don’t know if my patience or nerves can last that long.

  36. tellitlikeitis says:

    There is an old Yiddish term that describes Nancy Pelosi, The term is “Masugana!!!!!”

  37. VotingFemale says:

    Hi Tellit Fox

    Fox, I followed Ted, thanks!

    Tellit, I hope Nancy gets the minority leader position.

    She and Reid are the faces of evil and everyone is disgusted by them both…
    keep them as the poster-wonks they are. hahaha

  38. Bob Mack says:

    I’m gonna follow Ted also. Right now, I’m pissed about these damn swirly, eco-light bulbs that the ignorant, busy-body, fascist, “dim-bulb” commie-libs in Congress have foisted on everybody. The light’s no good, the design sucks, if they break, it contaminates your place with mercury, and they dishonor good old Tom Edison. RESIST THE SWIRL.

  39. VotingFemale says:

    Virtually all those twirly bulbs are made in Communist China and I do not want them anywhere near me! they suck and so does China.

  40. Bob Mack says:

    China’s okay, it’s the communists that suck.

  41. Bob Mack says:

    …and the light bulbs…

  42. Foxwood says:

    Blew Gobbs now works for Fox News!

  43. samiam60 says:

    Obama is coming back tomorrow. Oh joy, sigh

  44. samiam60 says:

    “No weapon in the arsenals of the world is so formidable as the will and moral courage of free men and women.” – Ronald Reagan

  45. arlenearmy says:

    Hello all…. Ive been out of pocket due to the Westboro Church down here in my community. They plan on protesting a soldier’s funeral. We plan on being there to honor the soldier. I sure hope that Westboro just leave it alone.

  46. arlenearmy says:

    1st of all Al Sharpton is NOT a reverend.
    2ndly, Steele addressing Sharpton as reverend and being on Sharpton’s show is suspect. Why would Steele lower himself hanging out on Al’s show?

  47. arlenearmy says:

    Sharpton is a lefty political hack for the black caucus & NAACP. Steele ought to know better. I suspect that Black caucus & NAACP have dispatched Sharpton to feel out the black GOP by inviting Steele on the show. The are trying to test the waters to see how they can maneuver around Allen West. Or they are at least trying to inch up in that direction.

    Darnit….. I thought Steele was sharper in the head.

  48. arlenearmy says:

    I listened to the whole audio between Sharpton & Steele. I think Steele has bit the dust on this one.

    Dont really know how other States are gonna vote, but I dont think the republicans in Oklahoma are gonna vote for him. In fact, I am very sure of it.

    Another thing, Steele really didnt help Allen West. When West 1st started campaigning, it was said that Steele was working against him. It was not until West became nationally popular that Steele for forced to back him.

  49. Bob Mack says:

    Al Sharpton not a reverend? Next you’ll be telling me that there’s no Easter Bunny. Boudica had a vid of Allen West on Islamofascism on his blog. The more I see of Col. West, the more I like him. What’s not to like about a trooper than once out-terrorized a terrorist (without even hurting him).

  50. arlenearmy says:

    Hey Bob
    Nope… Al’s not a reverend. When he was a little boy, he grew up in the Church of God & Christ (holiness church). I think it was his uncle who ordained him as a child. If Im not mistaken, I believe Al was about 9 yrs. old at the time.

    Have you ever seen any videos or photos of Al’s church? He is a booty-butt radio talk host whose radio show consist of 99% advertisement & 1% talk time. And Steele should be ashamed to waste his republican time w/the likes of Sharpton.

  51. Bob Mack says:

    I don’t know why, but Al always reminded me of Don King (except DK is entertaining plus he always waves an American flag).

  52. Foxwood says:

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

  53. Foxwood says:

    Good Morning Fellow Patriots!

  54. Foxwood says:

    Good morning VF! 🙂

  55. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood!

    Another beautiful day in the Communist Butt Kicking neighborhood. 😀

  56. VotingFemale says:

    Bob Mack,

    I like the Chinese People and have worked directly with both male and female engineers who are Chinese Nationals. When I say China sucks I am saying the Chinese government and its communists-in-charge suck.

  57. VotingFemale says:

    funny… them Twitter communists don’t seem to appreciate me vewy much.
    They keep trying to put me on their communist sh!t lists and keep trying to follow me… I block them and they make new twitter accounts which I also block. They are so stupid… their finger prints are easy to see even when they make a new account. Dumbasses lol

    When you piss of communists you know you are doing something right.

    Rest assured, the blog has many new readers as a result of my anti-communist butt kicking on Twitter.

    Hi Communists! You asshat scumbaggers!!! HAHAHAHA

  58. VotingFemale says:

    Did anyone catch the Beck vs Soros three hour expose? and Bill O and Beck discussion about it last night on The Factor? I missed seeing The Factor last evening but watched it this morning via the DVR.

    Soros is pissed off… which means Beck’s expose is working to the benefit of the We The People Majority.

    The Soros Shadow Government is being spotlighted and the roaches dont like it at all. aaawwwwww geeeee I wonder why???

  59. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning VF and Foxwood. I brought Elvis along with me today:

  60. Foxwood says:

    VF, it has alot to do with them being dumbed down and indoctrinated. They just don’t have a chance, unless they pull themselves out of the Communist muck.

  61. samiam60 says:

    Time for me to Tweet the VF twitter button 😉

  62. samiam60 says:

    These Twitter promotions are paying off big time in hit counts. VF, question, how can you see who has re-twitted you?

  63. Foxwood says:

    I didn’t know you knew Royalty, Sami! 🙂

    Good morning to you sir!

  64. Foxwood says:

    “Time for me to Tweet the VF twitter button”

    Be carfull Sami! She might slap you for that!

  65. Foxwood says:

    It’s the medicine speaking… 🙂

    This is my day to do my treasure hunting, but my throat is sore this morning and I need to make sure I’m well for work Monday.

  66. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Sami!

    I can easily track retweets when my ID is included. There is a url shortener I like to use that keeps statistics of clicks. I don’t use it all the time and should but it takes a little bit of time to use.


    Sami, I shared with you what I discover as tools for increasing visibility of a blog. Doing this is like exposing one’s resume.

    The content quality and topics are what will keep them coming back as regular readers and builds the blog.

  67. VotingFemale says:

    Sami, I recommend, again, you overcome your trepidations and install Tweetdeck. The warning msg you got when you started to install it sounded scary but in fact every single program on your computer has the potential to access to any and all files on your computer. It is the way programs work.

    It does not mean that every program is malicious and will be bad for you.

    There are millions of Tweetdeck users… and Tweetdeck could not be malicious and get away with it.

    You really need to access the power of Tweetdeck.

  68. samiam60 says:

    Ok, said Sami nervously, I am gonna try the tweet deck. Gulp 😦

  69. VotingFemale says:

    Fox, I see you are being your usual bad-boy self this morning. hahaha


  70. Foxwood says:

    I’m going to have to try to install it on Ubuntu also, because I think Twitter is using up a lot of Firefox resources.

  71. VotingFemale says:

    the new Twitter API is buggy but they continue to chip away at fixing it.
    Normal for a major update…

  72. Foxwood says:

    I have to do some real work on my browser today. I think Twitter is affecting it and TweedDeck I’m hoping will resolve my problems.

  73. Foxwood says:

    I guess I don’t know because I’m not using it, but you can tell they are working on Twitter as you use TweetDeck?

  74. Bob Mack says:

    Morning to all. FOX, Tweetdeck’s not using a lot on my Firefox. My big headache used to be with Windows auto update. Had to finally delete the wauclt.exe file & now do updates manually.

  75. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Bob!

    I;m not using TweetDeck yet, but I’m thinking by not using Twitter on Firefox, maybe it will resolve my Firefox problem.

  76. VotingFemale says:

    Fox, Tweetdeck issues Twitter API status alerts real time when things on Twitter goes south.

  77. Liberty says:

    dropping in, here is a funny!

  78. Foxwood says:

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

  79. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Patriots!

    We had a cold front come through and I’m just not feeling up to par today. I’ve got to rest for work tomorrow.

  80. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my Fellow American Patriots and Friends. Time to get your asses out of bed don’t ya think?

  81. samiam60 says:

    3 Months and 50 Articles later the Enola Gay cont. Mission. Rid America of the Socialist Progressive CANCER:

  82. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Fox! Sami!

    Late start this morning… partied last night and up way way past my bedtime.


    I have to get going for a while and get some things done outside. likely last day in the 60’s here till May.

    Will be back later.

  83. Foxwood says:

    Good morning Sami!

    Good morning VF!

    The cold front came through last night. I can feel it. Taking Ibuprofen.

  84. AFVET says:

    Barrys back !!!!!!!!!
    Damn, we can exhale, and get a good night’s sleep, finally.
    Oh wait, he’s going to Lisbon next week.
    Can’t let the pimps’ ride cool down for too long, bad on the seals.
    Gotta keep her up and runnin’.
    Those folks in Europe don’t understand me.
    This has been a failure on their part to grasp my intellectualism and my savvy in coercing ignorant folks to embrace my socialistic agenda.
    I may be a bit behind the curve here, but what the hell, I’m gonna get it while I can.
    I don’t want to confront the Americans right now, and if I don’t want to, I don’t have to. SO THERE !!!

    HAHAHA .

  85. Foxwood says:

    Good afternoon AFVET.

  86. Foxwood says:

    I’m in a mood today… bear with me till I can get my spirits back. Music seems to do that.

    Today’s K-FOX may be eclectic and bluesy. We’ll see… here we go with David Bowie’s Aladin Sane.

  87. Foxwood says:

    I used to call this the “Wino Song” when I would do a request. 🙂

  88. Foxwood says:

    And now we can all get stoned…

  89. Foxwood says:

    Getting stoned, before weed, meant getting drunk.

  90. Foxwood says:

    Seems to be my theme song…

    Wished Bettie were here…

  91. Foxwood says:

    Here comes a K-FOX twin spin!

  92. Foxwood says:

    If you can’t tell the truth, tell lies…

  93. Foxwood says:

    Booker T and the MGs backed up Otis on the original.

  94. VotingFemale says:

    Fox, if I don’t know better I would say you are obsessing 😉

    Take that girlfriend of yours out on the town.

  95. VotingFemale says:

    AFVET, isn’t it interesting that Obama seems unable to face his getting STOMPED by We The People?

    There has been a communication problem alright… He mouth kept flapping and his ears lapped over.


  96. Foxwood says:

    Sometimes the music just does it. This portion of the K-FOX show has been brought to you by:

  97. Foxwood says:

    Thank you for the evening… It’s been difficult for me today. Let’s see what next week does.

  98. arlenearmy says:

    I like tweetdeck better than regular twitter software. However, tweetdeck does drag down the pc.

  99. Liberty says:

    Oh Fox, man. What is going on? If you try VF’s suggestion and it doesn’t work. We are here for you. Lean on us. Honey, listening to your KFox sounds for tonight and brother I feel your pain.

    So, here’s one for you.

  100. Angel says:

    hey girl..dont u hate when this happens!..gah!..how disallusioning eh!!:)..Hope ya had a super weekend~!:)

  101. Foxwood says:

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

  102. Foxwood says:

    It’s a new day Patriots!

    We have Communist Dragons to slay!

  103. Foxwood says:

    Obamanomics leaving world nervous
    Last Updated: 4:17 AM, November 15, 2010
    Posted: 11:06 PM, November 14, 2010

    When I was growing up, China’s Communist leaders would attack the United States as “capitalist running dogs.” How the world has changed: Chinese leaders now publicly fret about America’s reliance on “outmoded central planning.”

    Talk about being called ugly by a frog.

    The Chinese official specifically was referring to the Federal Reserve’s decision to pump $600 billion of extra liquidity into the economy. But instead of being called “QE2,” this new bout of quantitative easing should be called the “Titanic.”

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  104. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Foxwood!

    And belatedly Good Evening to Liberty! Arlene! and Angel!

    I am so used to tweeting for Sharron Angle I have been mistyping Angel.

    Arlene, how much memory does your computer have? Yes, Tweetdeck is a dream cockpit for Twitter. I am running 4 gig of ram in this computer and the effect of that is like adding rocket power. Low ram forces the computer to use disk space like ram and that slows down stuff.

  105. VotingFemale says:

    Yes Foxwood, there be Socialist Dragons afoot who need slaying. Let us continue to do the work we all dedicate ourselves to.

  106. samiam60 says:

    Good Morning my Fellow American Dragon Slayers. T’is true, a Dragon it is we must slay.

  107. Foxwood says:

    Good morning VF!

    Good morning Sami!

  108. VotingFemale says:

    Good Morning Sami the Dragon Slayer!

    I have a topic for the morning blogpost… now the rest of the job to be done!

    Wink! Wink!
    You Betcha!

    BTW, Watched Sarah Palin’s Alaska premiere last night. it is available On Demand on Comcast now.

    What a wonderful and delightful show… OMG! I love her even more.

  109. Foxwood says:

    I should have watched that last night. DRAT DRAT AND DOUBLE DRAT!

  110. VotingFemale says:

    It aired earlier, last week, and I missed it also… on the TLC channel.
    But it is available on demand which is how I got to see it.

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