Let’s see if Jon Kyl lives up to his promise about how he’ll question Elena Kagan — roll tape
On June 18, 2010, Sen. Jon Kyl appeared in Phoenix at a town hall style meeting hosted by the North Phoenix Tea Party Group. I reported on my questions and Sen. Kyl’s answer here. The third subject I asked him about centered on Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan and went something like this: Will you actually question Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan about her record? | Read More »
The best kept secret in Washington, D.C.
Who writes Opuppet’s teleprompter scripts? We know he doesn’t. He can’t possibly have time. 18 hole golfing jaunts take time. Speechifying itself, in front of the teleprompter, takes time. Parties at the White House every night he’s there take time. All those helicopter flights and limo rides to and from Air Force One take time. All the date nights and the kids’ soccer games and | Read More »
Republican MSNBC strategy: Maybe there is one!
(Dateline: June 24, 2010, Tempe, Arizona) I just got done watching Chrissie Matthews begging any Republican to come onto his program to discuss whether they would criticize Rush Limbaugh. I have been advocating to the Republican Party leadership (by faxes to their offices, phone calls to their staff, and face-to-face, multiple times) that they develop a strategy to “leap frog” their message over the “Minion | Read More »
Obama 9/11/2007 tells Petraeus we did not “kick A-S-S” in Iraq
The eloquent and great military strategist Barack Hussein Obama schools Gen. Petraeus on what really happened in Iraq and prospects for the future there (telling him at the 3:50 mark that President Bush was wrong to say our troops were “kicking A-S-S” in Iraq). The great warrior Obama begins by saying “we’re dealing with an extraordinarily compact [sic] situation.” He likes to say “extraordinarily” a | Read More »
New Audio: In 2004 Obama Advocated “Trading” Border Security for Amnesty
Who’s telling the truth, Jon Kyl or Barack Obama? Following up on Jon Kyl’s remarks, which I broke here at RedState this weekend, (that President Obama told him in a private, one-on-one meeting, in the Oval Office, that he would not secure the border because if he were to do so then “you all” would have no reason to support “comprehensive immigration reform”) and what | Read More »
Mark Steyn, as only he can, nails the vacuity of Opuppet and calls forth Hillie
“Just after the rig sank, I assembled a team of our nation’s best scientists and engineers to tackle this challenge — a team led by Dr. Steven Chu, a Nobel Prize-winning physicist and our nation’s secretary of energy. Scientists at our national labs and experts from academia and other oil companies have also provided ideas and advice. “As a result of these efforts, we’ve directed | Read More »
Obama tells Kyl in private Oval Office meeting: I won’t secure border b/c then Republicans will have no reason to support “comprehensive immigration reform.”
promoted from the diaries. Cold Warrior, the author of this post, shot this video himself, and posted it at youtube. On June 18, 2010, Arizona Republican Senator Jon Kyl told the audience at a North Tempe Tea Party town hall meeting that during a private, one-on-one meeting with President Obama in the Oval Office, the President told him, regarding securing the southern border with Mexico, | Read More »
Sen. Jon Kyl on strategies to fight for our rights against the leftist Dems, Minion Media and Elena Kagan
On June 18, 2010, Sen. Jon Kyl appeared in Phoenix at a town hall style meeting hosted by the North Phoenix Tea Party Group. I was impressed by several things. First, Sen. Kyl limited his opening remarks to five minutes and did not tell the attendees anything they did not already know. Second, for almost an hour and half, he answered all questions posed by | Read More »
EYES ONLY VPOTUS Operation Able memo: 25th Amend., Section 4 — is life imitating art?
Did one of the television series “24″ plot lines inspire the following? And, could some at the (almost) highest levels of the Democrat Party and the U.S. government actually be capable of the following kinds of thoughts? Memorandum VPOTUS, CABINET AND CONGRESSIONAL LEADERSHIP EYES ONLY (see following distribution list) From: VPOTUS To: CABINET OFFICERS AND CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS Subject: Operation Able Date: [Redacted] Gentlepersons, Following up | Read More »
Rep. Bob Etheridge has a new campaign ad — wants to know who you are
Hat tip to R.D. Walker over at TheRealRevo. For Liberty, ColdWarrior, PC (that’s “precinct committeeman,” not “political child!”) Conservatives, UNITE! CHANGE the Republican Party and save the world by UNITING INSIDE the Party as precinct committeemen. NOW! (138 days until Nov. 2 — what are YOU DOING to help get out the vote in your precinct?) ———– American first, conservative second, Republican precinct committeeman BY | Read More »
New York Slime: “But the president needs to tell them the truth — that without more spending the economy could remain weak for a very long time.”
June 13, 2010. Opuppet and those who write his teleprompter scripts are even losing the geniuses at the editorial board of the New York Slime. Even though money doesn’t grow on trees, even though no government has ever spent its way to prosperity, even though the United Soviet SOCIALIST Republics all FAILED, the geniuses at the New York Times editorial board believe that the federal | Read More »
Mr. Obama and Congress: Abide By Our Constitution.
R.D. Walker over at just about my favorite blog, www.TheRealRevo.com, posted yesterday about the anniversary of President Ronald Reagan’s “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall” speech. Paraphrasing President Reagan, we must demand: President Obama and Congress: If you seek prosperity for the American people, Mr. Obama and Congress, abide by our Constitution. Demanding, however, and forcing them to do so, are two very different things. | Read More »
Victoria Jackson: Christians have civic duties too, no?
Comedienne and actress Victoria Jackson has explained in a wonderful column at Big Hollywood that a huge slew of potentially conservative voters, who need to help Get Out The Vote in the remaining primaries and on Nov. 2 for good, decent constitutional conservative candidates, exists in the church pews of America (and, in the synagogues, although Ms. Jackson’s article focused on Christians) — the Christians | Read More »
NYT confirms Obama is Empty Suit Puppet; Emanuel Gives Americans GOTV Strategy to Destroy Dems
Obama’s “Empty Suit-ness” Matt Bai pulls back the curtain to reveal that President Obama is a mere puppet whose strings are pulled by those who write the scripts that scroll on his teleprompter. In Bai’s June 7, 2010 article, “Democrat in Chief?”, we learn the following: Obama is NOT in charge of the Democratic Party. [H]e is a genuine outsider who spends a fair amount | Read More »
Nevada Senate primary race: by the numbers (what do they portend, Harry?)
In a comment to Vassar’s latest Diary I suggested someone ought to do some analyses of the voter turnout in the Republican and Democrat primaries and compare them to the last three or four elections to see what could be learned. Well, I decided to see what I could discern from the Nevada results. Taking a look at the official Nevada Secretary of State Primary | Read More »
Did you know Opuppet has experience “managing large systems?”
Hat tip to Byron York, who has dredged up from the archives the fact that Opuppet claimed during the campaign that he DID have enough real-world experience to deal with complex emergencies because he “managed large systems” (his campaign(!)) and, therefore, had demonstrated his ability to “execute.” It’s not mentioned much now, but in the late summer of 2008, a major hurricane, Gustav, was in | Read More »
John McCain and Mitt Romney both flub “what can we DO” questions — so sad
June 4, 2010, Mesa, Arizona — Today John McCain and Mitt Romney appeared at Mesa High in Mesa, Arizona for a town hall style meeting. To their credit, they made only brief opening remarks and then answered unscripted questions from the audience. I was not able to stay for the entire event, but I did get to hear some very disappointing answers to pointed questions. | Read More »
Former Apollo 17 Astronaut: “how either ignorant or devious can our President be!?” And a simple question.
(Hat tip to TheRealRevo.) Dr. H. Harrison Schmitt, former Apollo 17 astronaut and geologist, has asked, based upon Opuppet’s “response” to stop the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and subsequent decision to halt all off-shore oil exploration in U.S. waters, “how either ignorant or devious can our President be!?” Dr. Schmitt goes on: President Obama has shown repeatedly that the best interests of the American | Read More »
June 2, the Days, and GOTV
For almost a year of my life when I was a young man I had to recite something called “the Days” upon demand by any upperclassman. Maybe there was a purpose to it. Regardless, here are some of our “Days.” Followed by a question. 5: Days until the June 8 Arkansas run-off election and the California, Iowa, Maine, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota, South | Read More »
Maybe I will send some money to the NRSC after all . . .
They were capable enough to put together this little gem of a video, which I hope you will help to go viral: I especially liked the tag line at the end: Is This The Change You Had In Mind? And I always marveled at Opuppet’s rendition of “just words, just speeches” — oh, I wonder who the “real presidents” are who write his scripts? For | Read More »