Thursday, December 23, 2010

You Sir, Are No Ronald Reagan

Jerry Seib, Assistant Managing Editor of the Wall Street Journal, tries valiantly [see video embedded below] to depict America’s Child Emperor as the second coming of Ronald Reagan. Mr. Seib, this country knew Ronald Reagan and he, sir, is no Ronald Reagan.

Obama is a crooked dealer in a backroom poker game. Neither a negotiator nor a compromiser. He merely took advantage of a hobbled 111th Congress in a lame duck session. He played what amounted to an ace he had hidden up his sleeve.

The Democrats are stuck with this riverboat gambler for two more years and must spend that time searching haplessly for a way out of the trap they set for themselves when they and the state-sponsored media apparatchik failed to vet him.

Earlier in his term, the Child Emperor had left the details of signature issues such as health care and the stimulus package to congressional leaders. After what he called a "shellacking" in the midterms, he took charge of tax negotiations, risking the wrath of his liberal base to win a deal with Republicans quickly.

He pressed forward with a ratification vote on the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty with Russia with lukewarm support from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV). Even some members of his White House had misgivings over the timing, according to officials in the regime.

What we are now witnessing is not POTUS Version 2.0, but rather a president-in-training casting himself as heeding the wishes of voters who demanded bipartisanship when they delivered a “shellacking” to the Democratic Party in the midterm elections.

He has no grit. My apologies to John Wayne.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Base Jumping

The work above is that of Dale of Daletoons. 
If you haven't been to his blog yet, please do so. His
artwork is among the best of Conservative Artists.

Sunday, November 28, 2010


Child Emperor Plays Basketball While North Korea And China Scheme

I think it is fair to say that our American Child Emperor is not engaged by the Commander-in-Chief part of his job. He has two gears and no other—he is either a frenzied campaign performance artist or a routine White House slouch who intersperses his smoke breaks with meaningless basketball games played by middle-aged men.

The American public is being fed unconscionable drivel to convince them that all is well, that what we have here is just a few savages misbehaving over some borderland. That is a perilously foolish meme. Why, because Tehran is a client of Kim Jung-Il’s nuclear program. North Korea's apparent upgrade to its nuclear-fuel production capabilities is raising fears among lawmakers and proliferation experts about Pyongyang's potential role in supplying Iran and others with the sophisticated machinery.

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea executed the missile attacks on South Korea with cunning and their target was innocent people. Their handiwork, which Beijing knew about beforehand, left two South Korean marines and two civilians dead and another eighteen injured. Little Shi Mina (pictured here) was playing on her tricycle when a shell crashed through a roof on the opposite side of the road where she was playing and erupted into a fireball. The windows of her home were blown out as her frantic father scrambled to pull her to safety. She has been in shock ever since.

Deploying the USS George Washington to the Yellow Sea does not answer the scheming, immovable feudal regime of Kim Jung-Il and his dim son. The US treaties with Tokyo and Seoul are nearly worthless. The situation between the Koreas is fragile, dangerous and unacceptable.

I encourage you to read what Gordon G. Chang, author of Nuclear Showdown: North Korea Takes On the World and The Coming Collapse of China has to say about Jung-Il’s promotion of “songun” .

Read more at No Sheeples Here.

Friday, November 26, 2010

Chat With Trestin Tomorrow AM

Hi boys and girls, I was chatting with Trestin in Africa
this morning on Facebook. I told him I would contact 
as many of you as I could today to chat with him tomorrow.
If you have a facebook account and are friends with
Trestin, meet us tomorrow, Saturday, morning at 8:00 AM
PST (11:00 EST) at facebook.

He really seemed to like our chat this morning. I hope to
chat with you all tomorrow.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Only in California - Rat Rescue: 1,000 Up for Adoption

Abortions on demand, euthanizing dogs and cats at will yet rescuing rats?

I cannot speak for the other 49 States (leaving out CA) but here in Michigan we KILL rats. Hell, at one time there were bounties on their heads in the City of Detroit to the tune of $1.00 / dead rat.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Spooky Dude Pissed Away A Fortune On A “Bad Investment”

Hinting darkly that the Rambler-in-Chief may not have his support for much longer, George Soros, the Hungarian-American financier said “We have just lost this election, we need to draw a line and if this president can't do what we need, it is time to start looking somewhere else." Uh oh. When Daddy’s not happy, nobody’s happy.

Soros, speaking to an annual gathering of Democracy Alliance, told the progressives that he is "used to fighting losing battles but doesn't like to lose without fighting."

Requests for comment from the White House were not returned, though a Democratic operative sympathetic to the administration said that Soros's dissatisfaction with the White House was "hardly news." Sources who relayed that and other exchanges insisted on anonymity, citing the strict rules against talking to the press that come with being part of the gathering.

The election results have the partners in the Democracy Alliance scurrying like rats to find a way to change the rules. So, if you thought we had seen ugly, think again.

Anna Burger, retired treasury secretary of SEIU said, "Instead of being pushed over by this election it has empowered people to stand up in a bigger way."

Look out America. You stood and delivered in the 2010 mid-terms. The courage we must muster for 2012 will be a thousand-fold greater. Have you the courage for this fight?

Originally posted at No Sheeples Here.

Monday, November 15, 2010

Fear of Flying..

(Posted by The War Planner)

Drudge ran this picture on his site today over the [highly appropriate] headline: "The Terrorists Have Won!"

That and the video of the 30-year-old having a meltdown when one of those insensitive, behemoth, trapezoidal TSA matrons groped her during a pat-down below, have conspired to send us all over the edge in revolt:

The conundrum is whether to board an aircraft with some Mooz-lem turban-wearing sonofabitch whose got a C-4 codpiece or face off against a TSA matron wearing rubber gloves, glaring at us, and and asking, "Scope or grope?"

And so we submit to these indignities what then? The x-ray and the pat-downs get under the clothes and down to the skin. What happens if some camel jockey decides that he needs an RDX enema to pull off his one-way to the paradise And the 72 virgin goats? Will the TSA Trapezoid be squeezing K-Y jelly on her gloved forefingers and not offering the scope as an alternative?

Ugh! Pass the brain bleach! Mrs War Planner and I will be taking our next trip to Japan via slow boat to China, thank you.
Waggishly, the Minnesota Majority has come out with a video on the subject:

Cute..but I'd like to suggest they use another tune from The Who's rock opera Tommy that is more appropriate for the toddler-tickling that the TSA does:

    I'm your wicked Uncle Ernie
    I'm glad you won't see or hear me
    As I fiddle about
    Fiddle about
    Fiddle about !

    Your mother left me here to mind you
    Now I'm doing what I want to
    Fiddling about
    Fiddling about
    Fiddle about!


PACMAN To Be His Own Lawyer

In a rare House ethics trial set to start this morning, November 15, 2010, Congressman Charles Rangel will be defending himself against thirteen alleged ethics violations, and he is going to do it on his own.

The allegations forced Rangel to step down from his powerful position as chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee—a dramatic fall for a man once counted among the most influential politicians in the country.

Rangel raided the coffers of his National Leadership PAC for $293,000 to pay his main legal-defense team this year. He took another $100,000 from the PAC in 2009 to pay lawyer Lanny Davis.

On top of the $393,000 in PAC funds, records show Rangel yanked $1.4 million from his campaign coffers in 2009 and 2010 to pay the firm Zuckerman Spaeder, his main legal-defense team, and $100,000 in 2009 to pay Davis' firm.

He also spent $147,577 for Washington, DC, lawyer John Kern and $174,303 for Watkins, Meegan, Drury & Co., a firm that offers forensic accounting and legal services.

"I already notified them that as a result of them taking so long that I have exhausted my abilities to raise the funds which are necessary to move on," said Rangel. "All I do is just ask for the time to be heard and I am confident that at the end of the day my constituents' faith in me, as demonstrated by their overwhelming vote, will be well-founded."

EXIT QUESTION: Are voters in Harlem like Pavlov’s dog? Until Scott Brown hit the scene, voters in Massachusetts continued to vote for Teddy Kennedy and we all how that turned out.

Mary Jo Kopechne could not be reached for comment.

Originally posted at No Sheeples Here.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Glacier Luv! Glacier Embracing Suit

The following is beyond ridiculous but highlights the absolute insanity of the left. The video also shows the very popular "forest screaming" from awhile back bemoaning the death of old and decaying undergrowth which happen to cause FOREST FIRES!?!?!

Did these morons not know humans DO NOT BELONG ON GLACIERS TO BEGIN WITH!

Saturday, November 6, 2010

You Know Me . . . Had To Do It . . .

I had to do it, and I'd be honored if you use it.

Woodsterman ...

Update . . . . No one noticed the logo for his lordship has been
backwards in my creations ... oops. This one is correct.

Monday, November 1, 2010

O’Donnell Censored by Local Television?

From the O'Donnell campaign:
Wilmington, DE – An Election Eve television outreach by Delaware Republican Senate nominee Christine O’Donnell was not aired as scheduled, even though the campaign paid for the advertising last week. O’Donnell campaign spokesman Doug Sachtleben offered the following statement:

“It’s still unclear as to why the local cable channel failed to air the half-hour long special. Our hope is that this is not another case of the liberal media or political dirty tricks trying to silence Christine’s message to the voters of Delaware.

“Christine announced the broadcast during yesterday’s rally in Wilmington, and it was scheduled to run at 11:30 p.m. Sunday and again at 10 a.m. today. But, the channel did not air the powerful ad at either scheduled time. We are very disappointed that an ad, which the campaign paid for last week, was not aired as scheduled.”

Washington Post article: O’Donnell has trouble airing 30-minute TV ad in Delaware
Here is the ad:

We the People of the First State from Friends of Christine O'Donnell on Vimeo.

Cross posted at Mind-Numbed Robot

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Is Socialism Cool?

This is what we are fighting,,,,,,,


Socialism is not cool

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Pajamas Media: "Something Stinks in California's 47th Congressional District

by the Left Coast Rebel

Last night I wrapped up an article for Pajamas Media on California's CD-47. I focused on a funny bit of news related to the Van Tran campaign, here's the opener:

Away from the face-off between the two candidates, something smells as bad as trash-truck juice on a Death Valley summer day in California’s 47th.

In search of the olfactory offense, I point the reader to a Van Tran mailer masquerading as a fragrance sampler, making its way to the mail boxes of likely voters in Garden Grove, Santa Ana, and Anaheim.

Don’t judge this book by its cover; it’s no ordinary fragrance sampler:

Note that the mailer says: “Open for a Free Sample Fragrance of: Loretta, The Scent of Washington.

You have to read the rest to see what happens when the mailer is opened! Later on in the piece I describe Van Tran campaign HQ, it's a pretty neat story:

The folks in the Van Tran campaign were a pleasant bunch. After meeting them I could sense that they are having fun (easily evidenced by the humorous mailer too), working hard, and ready to win. At the same time, I gathered that they were perfectly able and willing to go back to normal life if the election doesn’t go their way on Tuesday.

Central command for Van Tran is set up in a foreclosed Blockbuster building in Garden Grove, a city of 175,000 in northern Orange County. The building was essentially stripped of most things that one would associate with the past life of movie rentals such as shelving and other interior structures. Although the sign had been removed, the outline of the letters B-L-O-C-K-B-U-S-T-E-R were still clearly discernible on the building’s stucco exterior.

It was somewhat dirty inside, a proverbial makeshift campaign war room with folding tables set up for walk-in volunteer phone bank folks. Van Tran signs were strewn graciously and haphazardly across the walls, and there was a constant buzz of activity. The accommodations were functional but not flashy.

Please read the rest, comment, Facebook 'like' it and pass it along to friends - especially those of you that live in California. And please, above all, support Van Tran and other conservative candidates in the closing days of the 2010 midterm election.

Nothing short of the future of the nation is at stake.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Soros is ba-a-a-a-a-ck..

(Surreptitious nocturnal emission from The War Planner.)

..remember when you'd head over to your favorite blog in 2007 and 2008 and find it overrun with annoying, mindless, adolescent remarks, witty ripostes like, "I know you are, but what is BOOOOOOSH?" and "Bush = Hitler" and "Bush lied and thousands died!" and "Obama is so-o-o-o-o cool, I don't even care that he wears gold lamé bikini briefs with hashmarks!"

Well, you can expect a resurgence -- like the Plagues of Egypt, toads, lice, and flies, and boils -- now that Soros in more engaged in getting NPR correspondents fired and other chicanery.

How about this nauseating rip off of the Terminator/Running Man broadcast from the future shtick:

Moderately amusing concept but I gotta tell ya, it's typical liberal pap: paranoid and heavy handed and it probably goes on for about two minutes longer that it should.

O.K., I get it! Your world has been ruined by the evil Republicans and the evil corporations that they took over -- not like the ones Obama cashiered in 2009 at all.

What would be really delicious would be for some enterprising, skilled conservative vid tech to commander this and turn it into one of those Hitler-throwing-a-tantrum-in-his-bunker You Tube pieces.

While on the subject of plagues, I guess the only one this brings to mind is the plague of boils -- on the bum.


Friday, October 22, 2010

I worked so hard.. get this political ad by a repentant David Zucker on our beloved Senator Ma'am:

..actually, I didn't. Ed Morrissey's Hot Air did all the heavy's Senior Writer Ed Morrissey it was David's Hollywood Producer David..

..oh well, you get the idea.

Hat tip to these people also: Call Me Madam Joe from RightChange on Vimeo.


Tuesday, October 19, 2010


Used ta hate rap, man. Now this:

Works for me, G.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Foreclosure Freeze- Will it make it worse?

cross posted at What Makes Us Right

I have been talking about this for sometime now, and finally people are starting to understand.  Simply suspending foreclosures because of technicalities will eventually do more harm than good.  Delaying the inevitable and waiting to get these homes on the market cannot be good for a market that is already struggling.  Yes, foreclosed homes will be bring down the value of homes in a neighborhood, but getting these homes on the market will also stimulate new home buyers.  Which as you all should know, is key to stimulating economic growth.  Driving up home sales will ultimately lead to increases in non foreclosed home sales, which will start to restore values to some level of normalcy.  By no means will the house prices return to the bogus inflated values that we saw in the last 10 years; nor should it.  These inflated home sales are the primary cause of the troubles we are in today.  People borrowed against homes based upon ridiculous values, and now they cannot afford the bills.  Please do not blame just the banks for this.  And please do not blame George Bush.  This is a problem of society, and the lack of consumer responsibility.  We will get through this, slowly.  If you think that you are going to rich based upon the value of your home, wake up... It shouldn't have happened 10 years ago, and it is not going to happen any time soon.  However, if you want to get it going in the right direction, quit bitching about the banks and their paperwork shortcuts, man up, pay your bills, or move out, and let's get on with getting things corrected....

Saturday, October 16, 2010

The thought occurred to me..

This past week, while picking over the continuing bulletins of the impending Dem debacle in NOvember, like so many, I was following the dramatic end to the 65-day saga of the trapped Chilean miners. As this saga wound down to the marvelously successful conclusion, I couldn't help but notice the presence of Chile's President, Sebastian Pinera, at the rescue sight, his   involvement in the rescue of 33 of his countrymen, and the heartwarming pictures of him embracing the miners one by one as they emerged from what could have been their tomb.

The obvious thought came to mind that this is how a president of a country should react when his citizens are in peril. "Our own" Tim Daniel has richly written on this over at Pajamas Media:

The amazing outcome of the mine crisis was not always assured. On August 5, as the news of the trapped miners reached his desk, Chilean President Sebastián Piñera faced two choices. First, to orchestrate a rescue plan in earnest but in private, out of the public and international eye. Second, to take the tragedy head-on and enlist the best and brightest, and to do so for the world to see. To take a chance in leadership, or to take the road often traveled and not.

..but not wishing to tip Tim's hand, I recommend ambling over there for a truly interesting essay on how a chief executive should act.


Thursday, October 14, 2010

2010..2012..and beyond..

Ann Coulter at Her Best

Normally I (we) get a chance to hear Ann Coulter on talking-head shows where she is constantly interrupted and never allowed time to complete her thoughts on any given subject.

Well not here. A three part video series taken at one speech.

Enjoy as you will agree and have a laugh along the way!


Monday, October 11, 2010

A Nancy Pelosi Voter

Here is a typical Pelosi voter getting ready to go to 
the polls in NOvember. While he's there, he'll vote

Friday, October 8, 2010

Obama's "Hope-A-Dope" Nation

With two years left in his term, the errand boy sent by grocery clerks presides over a nation in deep and ever-growing trouble.

Through his propaganda of carefully crafted, semi-divine, yet vague and appealing buzzwords, Fearless Reader won the public's support. Now, his cult is crumbling.

Washington seeks to extend our dependence on government in perpetuity. A record forty-two million Americans are on food stamps. That's an 18% jump from 2009 and 1.4% from June 2010.

Political scientist William Voegeli's new book, "Never Enough: America's Limitless Welfare State" notes, "Liberals don't want the government to grow indefinitely. They just want it to be bigger than it is right now."

We are seeing, firsthand, that big government’s trillion-dollar stimulus programs don’t produce jobs.

The Democrats' stimulus includes "$145 billion in state and local aid to forestall austerity measures in the public sector," notes Manhattan Institute senior fellow E.J. McMahon. As private sector workers suffer layoffs, salary cuts and pay freezes, the stimulus gives raises to government employees—who increasingly dominate Big Labor, which returns the favor with cash for Democrats.

"I have no better friend in labor than AFSCME," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi once said of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, the U.S.' largest political campaign donor, giving over $38 million since 1990, almost all to Democrats.

The gelding who occupies the Oval Office infused federal aid to states and localities pumping up the paychecks of heavily unionized public employees who already earn more, on average, than the people who pay their salaries.

Finally, lower cost was the campaign promise of ObamaCare, but as Medicare actuaries confirmed, it will increase healthcare costs. The president's government takeover has already begun to boost private health insurance premiums and all we’ve seen to date is the tip of the iceberg. Still more frightening—there are two more years left in this president-in-training’s term.

May God have mercy on this nation.

Originally posted at No Sheeples Here.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

The Audacity Of Hope

The Fleeing Seal

BREAKING: 89,000 Bogus Stimulus Checks Sent To Jailbait And Dead People

The Social Security Administration, the agency was charged with distributing one-time payments, sent about 89,000 bogus stimulus checks of $250 each to dead and jailed people according to a new inspector-general’s report.

The report said that of these payments, about 55,000, were sent because the recipients had died recently, and the Social Security Administration had not been informed of their deaths by states, families or funeral homes at the time the payments were sent. The remaining 17,000 of the mistaken payments were attributed to the Social Security Administration failing to properly process death records that it did have. The combined total of the bogus payments totals an astounding $22.3 million.

The Social Security Administration says that the stimulus package didn’t include a provision allowing it to try to retrieve funds that were mistakenly sent out, so it can’t try to retrieve the money.

A long-time campaigner against waste, Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) said, “This report highlights the broader problems with the Recovery Act itself. At a time like now, when nearly $350 billion in waste, fraud and abuse in the federal government annually has been reported and our national debt closing in on $13.5 trillion, these findings represent the epitome of congressional stupidity and a total disregard for accountability.”

Originally posted at No Sheeples Here.

The Socialist

Stimulator 3000

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Barbara Boxer: Outsourcer of jobs in California..

Babs ponders life.
..aside from arrogance and condescension, this women has been an absolute drag on the economy of the state of California when it comes to wrong-headed representation and advocacy in D. C. An Investor's Business Daily article enunciates some of Senator Dim Bulb's wondrous achievements. In poo-pooing the only thing Boxer uses against Carly Fiorina -- her presiding over HP at the time when the company laid off 30,000 workers -- they say:

Sen. Barbara Boxer thinks she's struck election gold in California by charging her rival, ex-CEO Carly Fiorina, with outsourcing. The real story is how Boxer has chased millions of jobs out of state with her politics.

Last Wednesday's radio debate between California's two senatorial candidates repeatedly circled the issue of jobs in a state with 12.4% unemployment, second highest in the nation.

Incumbent Boxer's trump card was that her opponent, while chief of Hewlett-Packard from 1999 to 2006, outsourced jobs. "She laid off 30,000 workers, shipped jobs overseas and says she's proud of her record — well, that's her record," said Boxer.

Problem is, Boxer is a far bigger outsourcer. The unemployment rate in her state is 25% higher than the national average of 9.4%, and the number of jobless Californians is 66% higher than when she took office 17 years ago. Her 90% liberal voting record based on National Journal data has much to do with it. Some of her biggest job-killing votes include:
  • The $787 billion stimulus package. Advertised in 2009 as necessary to "create or save" jobs and cap the national jobless rate at 8%, California unemployment soared to 12.4% by 2010 from 7.8% in 2008, as California posted its biggest job losses since 1940. That's a million jobs lost in this recession, according to the University of the Pacific, even as states like Texas with free-market policies gain jobs and draw investment. It's outsourcing on a grand scale.
  • The corporate tax. Boxer claimed in Wednesday's debate that she wants to "incentivize" U.S. companies not to ship jobs overseas. Maybe she was referring to her yes vote on S. 3816, which ends the tax deferral for multinational firms. The idea was to hike taxes on companies' overseas operations so they would hire more here. Instead, we've "incentivized" companies to move headquarters and jobs to low-tax countries. Even the Democrat-led Senate knew it was a job killer. Boxer didn't.
  • Free trade. In the debate, Boxer patronizingly said Mexico was important to California because it was a top trading partner. No kidding. California's economy is steeped in foreign trade, accounting for 11.4% of U.S. exports, which underperforms its 14% slice of the economy.
  • Maybe that's because Boxer has steadfastly kept California out of foreign trade. She opposed NAFTA with Mexico and Canada in 1993 and continues to oppose all free trade. She voted no on trade deals with some of the state's most logical, natural trading partners — Singapore, Chile, Peru, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala and Costa Rica, to name a few.

the article goes on to describe how Boxer's radical environmental stance has caused the limitation of off-shore drilling and helped choke off water to the California's Central Valley:

As water was cut to the southwest Central Valley in 2007, unemployment rates rose above 16% in Fresno and as high as 40% in Mendota; agricultural operations fled to Mexico. Mendota's jobless farmworkers were reduced to accepting charity food from China — outsourcing that came because of Boxer's vote.

The article concludes:

With a record like hers, is it any wonder that Boxer's hometown newspaper refused to endorse her?

The senator's long, inept and counterproductive record in politics has left California poorer, less competitive and less employed than ever. If anyone should avoid throwing around charges like outsourcing, it's Barbara Boxer.

..can I get an amen?

Einstein was a genius..

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
~Albert Einstein, (attributed)

Babs, Giving California the Finger
Let's prove his hypothesis, shall we?

I contend that [a majority of] California voters are insane. As an offer of proof, I submit the repeated re-election of the crop of Democrat politicians (with the help of a neutered and impotent California GOP) who have driven this state over the cliff , perpetuating perpetuate themselves in office with the help of their public-service, teachers', and labor union buddies.

Want further proof? How about Barbara Boxer? They have repeatedly restored this woman to power since 1982 when she was elected to the House of Representatives. The zone-oids who propelled her to DC did it again when she was elected to the Senate ten years later to Alan "The Cadaver" Cranston's seat in 1992. She has pulled a hat-trick to stay there 18 years and has partied with the group that has dragged this state down over that time.

Supposedly one of the two wunderkind-ettes elected that to the California senate seats she has been a virtual cypher in the Senate, emerging only to scold a general for not addressing her as 'Senator' and trying to patronize Harry Alford, the president and CEO of the Black Chamber of Commerce. Both of these videos can be found all over the web but the chastisement by Alford is particularly instructive because it shows the other side of this woman's elitist condescension. Notice how she rambles on and on and on, not listening to Alford.

I got a hot flash for all of you out there who are leaners: if she doesn't listen to the wishes and statements a CEO then she sure as hell does not care what's on all of your minds. Do ya follow?

..yet the California voters repeatedly re-elect this arrogant, elitist woman to her post.

Idiocy? Works for me!


Sunday, October 3, 2010

Video: "One Nation" 10-2 March - Incredibly Trashy (PHOTO UPDATE)

I for one did not watch this event and subsequently did not intend on posting on it either until I came across this video from secularstupidest. Their words and video sum it up for me.

Some Mexican tourists walking next to the Lincoln Memorial grounds were disgusted by the amount of filth and trash covering the mall.


1. The Leftists are very willing to "kill trees" and clutter nature in order to spread their message.
2. The participants of the march, with exceptions of course, when they were done with food, or decided they did not want literature, dropped their litter.
3. We saw a total of two "rank and file" event participants doing any clean-up.
4. The Left's methods of communication are very "old school", using tracts, pamphlets, books, etc. The Patriot Movement, in contrast, while having just as much scholarship and writing, is almost entirely paperless and online.

Great photo contrast on the size of this event I found over at Old Retired Petty Officer:
Aerial views: Beck 'Restoring Honor' on top and the 'One Nation' below.

CP reader/commentor George submitted a photo that he titled "Featured Speaker" and it really brings the event into focus, I have given it extra treatment but George gets the credit. Thank You Sir!

Cross-posted on Conservative Perspective

Dreams Do Come True- Is Robert Gibbs really leaving?

cross posted at What Makes Us Right

Obama ahead in cookie poll that has accurately...Image by elycefeliz via Flickr
We have been asking for it for 2 years.  We blogged about is just a few weeks ago!  Now our wishes may be coming soon.   Rumors out of Washington are that Gibsy will be following Rahm out of the White House.  According to reports, Gibsy is being considered to chair the DNC! (who even chairs it now???)  At this point, I will take anything to get him off of my TV screen.  Besides, this guy has already pissed off the professional left, I think they will make a perfect fit!

Just a reminder of those who have already given up on O'bummer!
  • Rahm Emaunel, Chief of Staff
  • Ellen Moran, Communications Director
  • Van Jones, Special Adviser for Green Jobs 
  • Mark Lippert, Deputy National Security Adviser
  • Gregg Craig, White House Councel
  • Peter Orszag, Office of Management and Budget Director
  • Christina Romer, Counsel of Economic Adviser Chair
  • Larry Summers, National Economic Counsel Director

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Saturday, October 2, 2010

All Red in the mall..

Our buds on the left had their turn in Washington. A rally of..what? The AP describes the gathering in its article:

More than 400 organizations — ranging from labor unions to faith, environmental and gay rights groups — partnered for the event, which comes one month after Beck packed the same space with conservatives and tea party-style activists.

Organizers claimed they had as many participants as Beck's rally. But Saturday's crowds were less dense and didn't reach as far to the edges as they did during Beck's rally. The National Park Service stopped providing official crowd estimates in the 1990s.

Well, if you'd like to get an idea of the type of participants and perhaps a glimpse of the crowd size, here's a tongue-in-cheek vid that AFP put out on You Tube:

I have been all over the net and cannot seem to find many pictures which gives a clear idea of the participation -- none of those overhead shots like those of the Tea Party assemblages. You know, the ones where the park service and other organizations kept claiming the milling throngs were "in the hundreds" or "in the thousands" in their wild-eyed and frantic attempt to downplay intensity and fervor.

One would think if the turnout were substantial, then the satellite pics and airborne shots would be plastered all over the net.

I did find one showing the aftermath of the gathering:

Eerily reminiscent of the detritus strewn about after the Obama Coronation. For a shocking comparison of the inauguration and the Glenn Beck rally earlier this summer, head over to LiveLeak.

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Bunni Sighting

Bunni was spoken to yesterday morning and wishes you all
to know she loves you. She suffers from blog burnout
and wishes to take some much needed down time. She's
doing fine and wanted you all to know she really 
appreciates your concern.

Monday, September 27, 2010

Hoyer “Tax, Tax, Spend, Spend Democrat” Says No To Bush-Era Tax Cuts

House lawmakers won't vote on an extension of the Bush-era tax cuts before the November midterm elections unless the Senate acts first.

"If the Senate can't do anything, our position is clear. We don't need to have a vote to let the American people know where we stand," said Steny Hoyer (D-MD). Really, you sanctimonious bastard?

Hoyer’s comments cast serious doubt on whether there will be any congressional action on extending the tax cuts before lawmakers hit the campaign trails in advance of the Nov. 2 elections.

Without congressional action, the lower tax rates enacted during the Bush administration in 2001 and 2003 will expire at the end of the year.

And from our Thank You Sir, May I Have Another Dept.:

Under the errand boy sent by grocery clerks’ regime, the unemployment rate has gone from 4.6 percent in January 2007 to 9.6 percent in August 2010. More people are unemployed, with the numbers more than doubling, from 7 million in January 2007 to 14.9 million in August 2010. The federal budget deficit has exploded from what was an embarrassing $163 billion at the close of fiscal 2007 to an estimated $1.46 trillion for the fiscal year about to close on Sept. 30—an increase of nine times. New monthly bankruptcies have risen from 57,240 in January 2007 to 127,028 in August 2010. Our national debt has ballooned from just over $9 trillion at the end of fiscal 2007 to almost $13.5 trillion in less than three years.

Originally posted at No Sheeples Here.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Please Excuse Us For Being So Dumb Senator Kerry

Not all of us are bright enough to be C students at Yale nor are we smart enough to marry a deceased colleague's billionaire widow. Please excuse us for being so dumb Sen. Kerry.

Blogger-in-Arms, Professor William Jacobson, proprietor of Legal Insurrection, jumped in with both feet when he learned that Sen. John “Waffles” Kerry blamed clueless voters with short attention spans for the uphill battle beleaguered Democrats are facing against Republicans across the nation.

“We have an electorate that doesn’t always pay that much attention to what’s going on so people are influenced by a simple slogan rather than the facts or the truth or what’s happening,” Kerry told reporters at the Boston Herald after touring the Boston Medical Center.

In 2006, the former presidential candidate had to apologize for a statement he made at a California college that U.S. students who did not study hard and stay in school would end up “stuck in Iraq.”

This is the same man who attended an anti-war rally with “Hanoi Jane” Fonda. Testifying before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on April 23, 1971, Kerry claimed that U.S. soldiers had “raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam.”

This is the same man who, on the same day led members of Vietnam Veterans Against The War in a protest during which they threw their medals and ribbons over a fence in front of the U.S. Capitol. Kerry later admitted the medals he threw were not his. To this day they hang on the wall of his office.

As a national leader of VVAW, Kerry campaigned against the effort of the United States to contain the spread of Communism. He used the blood of servicemen still in the field for his own political advancement by claiming that their blood was being shed unnecessarily or in vain.

Under Kerry's leadership, VVAW members mocked the uniform of United States soldiers by wearing tattered fatigues marked with pro-communist graffiti. They dishonored America by marching in demonstrations under the flag of the Viet Cong enemy.

Kerry believes we should be mad at stonewalling Republicans and “big money” in politics, referring to a bill blocked by Republicans Thursday that would reveal corporate and union leaders who fund big-bucks political ads

It takes some real hubris to complain about “big money” in politics, when you’re John Kerry, husband to the heiress of the Heinz family fortune, and when the biggest political splash you’ve made this year is that you were caught docking your yacht in Rhode Island to avoid paying your home state’s luxury tax.

This is your modern Democratic party, ladies and gentleman. Hubris and entitlement. Our “betters” are digging themselves deeper and deeper into a more extreme and irrelevant ideological pit, becoming shriller and angrier as they realize “We the People” are no longer listening, but mocking them and finding our voices.

Oh, we get it John. We get it. That, I promise.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Too Clever By Half

There are a couple of viewpoints at play in the Colbert/migrant worker testimony before the House Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship, Refugees, Border Security and International Law on Friday, September 24, 2010.

Many find Mr. Colbert funny, but the comedian failed to amuse lawmakers Friday during a hearing on farm jobs and illegal immigrants and the so-called AgJOBS bill that would give illegal immigrant farm workers a pathway to legal status.

"I don't want a tomato picked by a Mexican. I want it picked by an American, then sliced by a Guatemalan and served by a Venezuelan in a spa where a Chilean gives me a Brazilian," quipped Colbert.

"I started my workday with preconceived notions of migrant labor, but after working with these men and women picking beans, packing corn for hours on end side by side in the unforgiving sun, I have to say—and I do mean this sincerely—please don't make me do this again," he said. "It is really, really hard work."

Colbert said his day on a farm left him traumatized noting that, "I don't even want to watch Green Acres again."

Fausta’s Blog notes that, “Of course, Congress could have called National Humanities Medal honoree Victor Davis Hanson, who not only was born and raised on California a farm, but has continued to operate the family farm to this day. Hanson has had more than one day in the unforgiving sun out at the farm picking grapes, day in and day out, and can offer first-hand testimony on migrant labor.”

Politico’s take offers another viewpoint: “Colbert knocks Dems off message.” Don Surber believes, “For his part, Stephen Colbert got the laughs for the wrong reason. He was supposed to be mocking conservative views on illegal aliens. Instead, he wound up mocking the Democratic Congress.”

The viewpoint which I share with Dan Riehl is that Colbert was a distraction from the more important Department of Justice testimony on the New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case given by Christopher Coates, ex-chief of the Voting Section of the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice.

Coates leveled an explosive allegation saying that top officials in the department gutted a voter intimidation case against the fringe militant group, the New Black Panther Party, because the suspects were black and their alleged victims were white.

You can read more about the NBPP case here and here. In summary, in order for a deception to succeed, it must be habitual and uninterrupted. This is a game the limousine liberals have perfected. Remember November. Stop the fleecing of America.

Originally posted at No Sheeples Here.