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Tuesday, January 26, 2010


Thomas Jefferson takes a look at the current administration:

On Obamacare:
To compel a man to subsidize with his taxes the propagation of ideas which he disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical.

-Thomas Jefferson
You guessed it, I do not believe in Obamacare.

Nor do I believe in the welfare system as it sits today:
The democracy will cease to exist when you take away from those who are willing to work and give to those who would not.

-Thomas Jefferson
And what of this indigent care for illegals bullshit?
I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them.

-Thomas Jefferson
Not to mention bailing out the car industry and banks:
It is incumbent on every generation to pay its own debts as it goes.
A principle which if acted on would save one-half the wars of the world.

-Thomas Jefferson
Those who ignore history and all that...


Thursday, January 21, 2010


Pelosi: 'I don't see the votes' for Sen. health bill

Uh, wait a minute. Didn't she just say a couple days ago something like "Let's remove all doubt, we will have health care — one way or another,"?

So tell me now, Ms Pelosi. How do you like your crow? Roasted? Baked? Fly-blown along the side of the road?


I Couldn't Have Said It Better

So I won't try. This is a quote from spiegel.de:

Center-left daily Süddeutsche Zeitung writes on Thursday:

"Obama made a serious misjudgement. Right at the beginning of his first year in office, he saved the banks, rescued the automobile industry from collapse and passed a huge economic stimulus package. He had hoped that these enormous deeds would give him the space to address those issues which are dearest to him: health care reform, climate change and investment in education."

"Those issues, however, are clearly not priorities for people in the US at the moment. Scott Brown campaigned on two promises, both of which apparently struck a nerve with the electorate. He wants to block health care reform and he wants to find ways to reduce the enormous budget deficit. It is here where the roots of dissatisfaction with Obama are to be found. His reform agenda, in its current form, is highly suspect to Americans. And they have the impression that, if he continues piling up debt, he will be gambling away the country's future."

Excellent Video

Found at Political Vel Craft.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

What A Dude

So let's see here. We have a prez who has ..., what exactly?

Well, to start with he has guaranteed the country will pay more in taxes, while giving untold amounts away to big corporations to try and save the economy. In other words, he has been trying to fuck his way to virginity.
He has raised the hope of "po' folk" and illegal aliens around the country with more welfare and free medical care all the while raising the hair of people who actually work for a living.

This is our leader.

As for his status as a world leader, he has been basically laughed at by China, scoffed at in Denmark, and scuttled by the International Olympic Committee.
As a world leader, he isn't. He's a joke.

So far, he has failed to shove Obamacare and energy bills up our asses, and his party of demo-socialists failed to maintain their 'control' of the senate.

That "Breath of fresh air" obamm-bamm fans were looking for is turning out to be nothing more than a paper bag full of hot air.

At least now, with the election in Massachusetts, there is "Hope" for some "Change".



Well Done!

Credit: Boston.com

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Ain't It The Truth

More truths about Changey McHopesalot:


Friday, January 08, 2010

Cheerio Guvna

Obviously, Obam-bamm and his puppets are more interested in themselves than they are in their constituents. At least our governor is listening to his.

From the office of our governor:

Carson City- Governor Jim Gibbons today announced that the State of Nevada intends to sue the federal government to stop Senator Harry Reid’s health care plan if it becomes law. “There is nothing healthy about Reid’s health care plan, the first thing it will do is kill Nevada’s economy,” Governor Jim Gibbons said, “and then it will crush the working families of Nevada.”

Governor Gibbons agrees with California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s assessment of Reid’s health care fiasco. Governor Schwarzenegger called the legislation “health care to nowhere… that’s infected with bribes, deals and loopholes.”

Reid’s health care plan would cost Nevadans $613,000,000 in increased Medicaid costs alone. It is guaranteed to lead to higher federal and local taxes at a time when Nevadans are struggling to make ends meet.

Attorneys General in 13 States have objected to the sweetheart deal Reid made with Nebraska Senator Ben Nelson which will make the federal government (the other 49 states) pay Nebraska’s increased Medicaid costs forever.

“Senator Reid is treating the citizens of Nevada and other states unfairly,” Governor Gibbons said, “His health care bill is not only ill-conceived, but I believe it is illegal.” The United States Constitution makes numerous references to states having “equal standing”, also duties, imposts and excises are to be “uniform throughout the United States.” “After Senator Reid reads his unhealthy healthcare reform bill, he should read the United States Constitution,” Governor Gibbons said.
Uh, Gibbons. Don't you mean If he reads it rather than After he reads it?

Sad that there has to be internal fighting to get the fuckhead Harry Reid to at least stop and think for a moment that there is a chance that someone, anyone, maybe could possibly be against this bill and the shit the socialist libtards are trying to pull.

If it takes brother against brother here, so be it.


Thursday, January 07, 2010

The Enemy Within

Neanderpundit sez:
"Hey, do you hear that?

yeah, me neither. Just silence.

There’s a couple types of silence, you know? There’s the silence of a moonlit snowy night, lights off, everyone asleep, like outside right now.

There’s also the silence of a hundred and fifty million Americans, safeties off, waiting for the first shot to be fired."
There are several blogs I read that are also of that mindset; ready to take up arms to defend themselves, their homes, their family, even so boldly stating that they would defend the United States of America against any intruders at the risk of their own lives. And I'm not referring to active duty personnel in any of the branches of service, I'm referring to the average Joe Citizen.

Mind you, I have no problem with that whatsoever. I'm all for it and right there with it. But my confusion lies in the part where we determine what our enemy is, or our enemies are. Or rather, when we determine who our enemies are.

Obviously, like Bubba or Billy-Joe-Ray-Bob, if I see a gawd-damn ragheaded camel fucker walking down the street totin' an AK-47 yammering "Allah akbar", I'll naturally assume he's an enemy.

There is still a ton of apprehension and lack of trust among most Americans toward anyone from "The Sandbox". Me included. Much the same way as I hear it was toward "Japs" back during World War II. They were the enemy. They wanted to kill us. And believe it or not, there are people who still want to do that today! And they're from "The Sandbox"! Of course I don't fucking trust them!
Yes, there are many good people in this country from the middle east who are not trying to kill me or us. I'm not paranoid. But I still have the twinge of distrust when I see a middle easterner I don't know. It's going to take me a long time to get past that if I ever do.

Now most of the country has cooled off a bit since 9-11. But think about it - would anyone even remotely related to anything Islam or Muslim have gotten elected to the White House if by chance they would have ran in November of 2001, or even November of 2002? Quite possibly not even in 2004 when the elections actually took place, 3 years after 9-11.

Would the American people have even remotely tolerated any sort of treaty with many middle eastern countries during that time, after they had deliberately killed thousands of Americans? Why now? Why give them more say as to how we should do our business? We already have nanny-state do-gooders and government agencies dictating how we live our lives, are we going to concede more rights and privileges just to be more tolerable and acceptable to the rest of the world?

My guess is yes. Why? Because it's already happening.

Oh, the takeover of the United States isn't going to be an overnight deal. It's going to take a few months or a few years, but if we keep electing limp-wristed leadership like we - well, not me, but someone - has lately, it will continue to happen. Then guess what? The armed forces - our own military, who are commanded by our government who has made these deals and pacts - will in effect, be under the command of not only our so-called "leaders", but whoever our "leaders" have made these deals with.

The conquering of America isn't going to be from a Blitzkrieg, nor is it going to be storm trooping guerrillas. It's going to be the slow erosion of rights, privileges and self-sufficiency in the form of more laws, more restrictions, more governance, higher taxes, ... basically, less control over our own lives. And it will be enforced by the government who will be controlled by pretty much every other fucking country in the world. Our government, which controls the military, will then be tasked to control America's citizens.

It is quite possible we won't be seeing any towel-headed splody-dopes walking our streets. No, I'm guessing that if things keep going the way they are, it will be our own armed service men and women.


Wednesday, January 06, 2010


Lying Bastard

When Wolf Blitzer won't let your libtard ass off the hook you've really fucked up.

Tuesday, January 05, 2010


[original story here]

Exit question: Why do liberals think they're intellectually superior?

Monday, January 04, 2010


A 3rd uninvited guest got into White House dinner

Keep looking. There are actually four unwelcome guests in the White House. Here's their picture:


Friday, January 01, 2010

He's Not Listening