Thursday, July 30, 2009

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Monday, July 20, 2009

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack pushed back Monday against reports his agency spent $1.2 million in economic stimulus funds on a two-pound ham.
Vilsack said that 760,ooo pounds of ham were bought with the money. The above article also stated the Repub's sent out blast emails and screenshots of Drudge's link to as if it couldn't be found on the government website and needed a screenshot. Well that can't be, because I found the exact link to and posted it yestarday. Oops! upon further investigation, a screencap may NOW be secessarry as the government seems to be covering their tracks on this one. The two web pages I sited are mysteriously missing the detail that they held yestarday. Only a PIID near the bottom of the pages with the cursor hovering over it, will reveal the ham AND quantity. TWO POUNDS! NOT 760,000 lbs like they claim. Who you going to believe, their mouth? or their "paper" trail?

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Fired inspector general files lawsuit [vs. Obama]; Charges political motivation

Mandatory End of Life Counseling for Seniors

Partial video of Obama where he actually tells us about it (the statement has been aired on Fox but I cannot find it online):

I saw this on the news last night. It was extremely hard to find online. Hmmm. They STILL edited out the part where Obama mentions "End of Life Counseling!" Amazing! Only Fox News showed it, I guess. That must mean that they digitally manipulated the video to show him saying something he didn't say. Because any good tree hugger knows that everything from that news organization is false. Right? There's good ol' George Miller, as always, in the back ground. I wonder if these politicians would be willing to trade in their health care for the one they are forcing on us.

Keep the government out of my body. It's MY BODY they scream (oh, that only counts when you want to kill babies).

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Hillary Care in Action

'I broke my elbow, not my larynx'...

Can't we take a HINT!?

Ba, ha, hah, ha!

Study: Best Guess at Global Warming Likely Wrong

Budget umpire: Health care bills would raise costs

But the Dem's will ram it through any. You see, it's not about helping us. It's about power. They want it, and if this bill gets passed, they got it. Forever after that, will will be dependant on them. The liberals. They will campaign against Repuplicans with the fear-mongering montra of "they want to take you health care away. Those mean, mean Republicans." Done deal. A ONE PARTY country with no (non-violent) way out. Since when has the government NOT run things into the ground. Medicare is SEVEN TIMES more expensive than their projections. Amtrak. The Social Security ponzai scheme is going broke. It's inevitable. 2009 was the last year of the REAL US of A.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

"Global warming is bad, but cap and trade will not affect it very much because China and India will continue to pollute. Big corporations like Goldman Sachs and big guys like Al Gore could make many, many millions of dollars off cap and trade, while the regular folks will pay more for just about everything. That definitely sounds like change--change Mr. Gore and Goldman Sachs can believe in."

Bill O'Reilly

Social Security spends $700,000 on Phoenix retreat

Social Security spends $700,000 on Phoenix conference: Airfare, hotel entertainment, dancers...

Republicans unveil chart depicting bureaucratic nightmare of Dem government-run health care... Developing...

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Protect Pedophiles or the Troops Won't Get Paid

What do homosexual rights have to do with Pentagon spending? Everything, if you're a Democrat trying to hide an unpopular "pedophile protection" bill from the American people. On Monday, Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) spoke on the floor of the U.S. Senate and argued essentially that since he couldn't get 60 honest votes to pass the "Punish Pastors, Protect Pedophiles" hate crimes S. 909 as a stand-alone bill, it should instead be attached as an amendment to S. 1390, the National Defense Authorization Act. Staffers for Senator Carl Levin (D-MI) then admitted the homosexual bill could be attached and voted on as early as Wednesday or Thursday.

House rolls out plan to make health care a right

House Democrats on Tuesday rolled out a far-reaching $1.5 trillion plan that for the first time would make health care a right and a responsibility for all Americans, with medical providers, employers and the wealthiest picking up most of the tab.

Why are the Democrats so BENT on destroying our nation? And why isn't the public more up in arms about it? This is AMAZING.....

Minority Broadcasters Seek Federal Aid

How about all the floundering newspapers? They could use federal aid too!
Government owned newspapers...hmmm. That fits into the Masterplan very well.

Budget deficit tops $1 trillion for first time...
How long to get to the second?

FACT CHECK: Don't quote Sotomayor on that, Senator... Leahy creative rewriting of history...

FAIR: Obama Betrays Security for Illegal Amnesty

Liz Cheney Schools WaPo's Robinson On Law Regarding CIA Ops

Sooner or later, liberals will learn to not provoke Liz Cheney on issues of national security.

Those who watch the news for information other than the tragic death (and subsequent funeral circus) of Michael Jackson have most likely heard of the most recent round of accusations made by congressional liberals against the Central Intelligence Agency. On the July 14 “Morning Joe,” the former vice president's daughter issued a thrashing of Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson, who (one would guess) did not adequately prepare to argue about the laws concerning when the CIA is required to brief Congress.

Robinson first submits the following:

EUGENE ROBINSON, Washington Post columnist: Hi, Liz, how are you? I have a question. I actually have a question for Liz in a minute, but you know, look, it's inconvenient that there is a law, there is a 1947 law that requires that Congress be briefed on significant intelligence operations or activities or anticipated significant intelligent activity, so it seems to be clear that they should have been briefed. And if the Vice President told the CIA not to brief Congress then that was wrong.

That certainly sounds correct, at least on the surface – if that’s the law, that’s the law.

Except, that’s not the law: (more)

Networks Barely Cover 'Jane Roe's' Arrest

Were this a protest against Repub's you can be sure it would get covered.
Are you liberals proud of the censorship your media, politicians and professors offer?
Just curios.

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Obama science czar Holdren called for forced abortions 'Comprehensive Planetary Regime could control development, distribution of all natural resources'
Posted: July 11, 2009 8:20 pm Eastern By Drew Zahn WorldNetDaily John Holdren

The man President Obama has chosen to be his science czar once advocated a shocking approach to the "population crisis" feared by scientists at the time: namely, compulsory abortions in the U.S. and a "Planetary Regime" with the power to enforce human reproduction restrictions. "There exists ample authority under which population growth could be regulated," wrote Obama appointee John Holdren, as reported by FrontPage Magazine. "It has been concluded that compulsory population-control laws, even including laws requiring compulsory abortion, could be sustained under the existing Constitution if the population crisis became sufficiently severe to endanger the society." Holdren's comments, made in 1977, mirror the astonishing admission this week of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who said she was under the impression that legalizing abortion with the 1973 Roe. v. Wade case would eliminate undesirable members of the populace, or as she put it "populations that we don't want to have too many of."

Fastest Street Legal (even in CA) Production Car

Koenigsegg CCX

In typical fashion:

Friday, July 03, 2009

Egg On the Generals Face

Colin Powell of Obama's many initiatives: "..we can't pay for it all,"--Gen. Colin Powell 2009

"The federal government has become too large and too intrusive in our lives," Mr. Powell said then. "We can no longer afford solutions to our problems that result in more entitlements, higher taxes to pay for them, more bureaucracy to run them, and fewer results to show for it." --Gen. Colin Powell 1996 Rep Convention

So successful Generals don't always have good judgement.