Sick of the Liberal rants….
I am so sick of these crazy “left wing loons”. So called “celebrities” like Lohan and Anderson with insane comments, the nutcases on The View, liberals in Congress like Pelosi with sad excuses for an energy policy, and a due nothing Democrat controlled Congress.
That is the only word for this trend of government bailouts and buyouts. I will concede that these companies are important to the stability of our economy, but tell me why the Federal Reserve has to wait all weekend to decide to bail out AIG? If it had been done on Friday, the cost to the American Tax Payer would have been substantially lower.Yet no | Read More »
Bush Will Veto Dem Drilling Bill: Drill, Baby, Drill in Two Weeks
Nancy Pelosi’s House of Representatives yesterday passed on a party line vote a drilling bill that effectively allows no drilling. She hates drilling, and this bill was solely an attempt to avoid becoming the Former Speaker of the House. The Senate bills aren’t any better. Wherever the House bill would allow limited drilling, say in the eastern Gulf of Mexico, the Senate bill would forbid | Read More »
Gov. Richardson: George W. Bush should have saved the economy from the Democrats — wait, what was the question?
Bill Richardson was on Fox News this morning discussing Obama’s economic plan. Not much to write home about, but if you had the stomach to sift through (or even sit through) the BS, there were a couple of gems worth noting. Fox: (after Richardson talks about CEOs and golden parachutes) isn’t it true, though, they were getting the golden parachutes during the Clinton years as | Read More »
The Dem-Media cartel have no choice but to attack Palin – here’s why
Governor Sarah Palin has fundamentally changed the battle. And it’s not just for 2008. The arrival of Palin and her performance thus far — combined with budding ascendancy of Governor Jindal — signals that no matter what happens in November, the Republican Party is swinging conservative, with a new attitude that is (finally, at LONG last) ready to directly engage the Dem-Media in the trenches, | Read More »
Hillary & Obama
So here we are being asked to grasp the fact that Hillary and Senator Obama are actually on the same page(I believe that’s what Hillary is saying as we speak.)The Democrats are between a rock and a hard place – Hillary isn’t going away! She has her eye on the ball(President in 2012) and that means she must be the little brave soldier who now | Read More »
Hypocrisy, thy Name is Democrat
When I started blogging, I promised myself I wasn’t here to win any popularity contests. I’ve tried to be honest my entire life. That’s the way my parents taught me to be (…you know?…don’t lie…don’t cheat…don’t steal…).Since we were poorer than proverbial church mice, these principles, and my developing stubbornness, occasionally were all that kept me moving from one day to the next. I’m not | Read More »
Is Charlie Rangel In Trouble?
Perhaps; when even the New York Times editorial board believes that he ought to stand aside from his Ways and Means Chairmanship for at least a period of time while his tax history is being investigated, the Code Red ought to be issued in Rangel’s office to signal impending political danger.Of course, it should be noted that Nancy Pelosi continues to protect Rangel in a | Read More »
Already unhinged, unglued, frothing…
I see the Photoshopped photo of McCain and read the vile vitriol vomiting from the pens of the Obamatrons and wonder if I will make it to Election Day. Oh, “grow a pair” as even fifth-graders are probably saying now to their teachers, you’ll say, but we are in a desperate struggle here! This is my 11th presidential election and it’s never been so nasty | Read More »
Hurricanes Jack Ass, Katrina and Ike: Why we are getting worse off
By Mike DeVine(with voluminous excerpts from StephC of Hillbilly politics)In the aftermath of the failures of hope, change, messiah impersonations and lipstick on pigs, the Obama campaign has decided to re-cast The One as The Gipper by asking America this question : “Are you better off now than you were four or eight years ago?”Before venturing into StephC’s (aka hillbilly) cornucopia of wisdom (in blockquotes | Read More »
The Mudshark Interview
I’m sure you’ve all seen the misleading and downright dirty ads targeting John McCain. The Democrats are trying to tell people he doesn’t care about veterans. I advise all reasonable and clear thinking people of this nation to be aware. Be aware because a mud patty thrown at McCain is mud in your face. Here’s how I got there:When you accuse someone of not caring | Read More »
The Evolution of the Democrat Party
For most of my adult life I was of the belief that both parties, Republican and Democrat, were basically the same. That for both of us the end result was the same, we just differed on how to get there. And maybe, back in the days of Kennedy and before, that was true. But today the Democrat Party is a very different animal indeed. It | Read More »
The Only Thing Worse Than a Democrat Policy…
Shock, outrage, and blasphemy! These are the responses of our friends in the media and around the world who are beside themselves with disbelief that the Messiah is currently behind in the presidential race and is now looking like he could, Earth Goddess forbid, lose the election. What’s even better is that their response to being in a hole is to keep digging, which of | Read More »
How nervous are the Democrats getting?
I’m getting a sense that the Democrats are becoming nervous: Months after I posted a couple of anti-Obama videos, only now am I getting a series of semi-literate critical comments on YouTube on my account and my videos.I tend to delete these things, but in they come. It makes me smile.
Holy [EXPLETIVE DELETED]
I would be surprised if Republicans take Congress this November but perhaps my surprise should be diminished. After all, looky here.Key passage:With only 18% of Americans in August saying they approve of the job Congress is doing, similar to the average 20% approval rating for Congress all year, the Democrats in Congress have additional cause for concern. This scant level of approval could signal that | Read More »