How about a Protest in DC? Senate Dem’s involvement with Fannie/Freddie?
I say we protest the capital building demanding an investigation into congressional democrats for their involvement in Freddie/Fannie. Signs with “investigate Dodd, Frank, and Shumer”, and “Freddie Mac makes Enron look like a candy store”, “why no investigation”. The very least it will do is focus attention to the culprits of this economic meltdown. If we make it big enough the media will have to | Read More »
Senator McCain – We Need a Plan
Our last few weeks of the Presidential campaign have gone to pot in a hand basket. John and Sarah need to provide America with a “recovery plan” not a bunch of political promises. America needs to know literally on a daily basis how the “Bail Out” money is being spent, meaning names of the lending institutions and businesses that are receiving the hand out, how | Read More »
And I find it kind of funny, I find it kind of sad…
Cross-posted on Right Michigan at www.RightMichigan.com. Nice to wake up on a Friday morning and to discover that the world is still every bit as backwards and maddening as it was when you went to bed Thursday night. Frankly, I’m not sure what I’d do if I ever woke up and found a sudden outbreak of sanity running roughshod over the state and across the | Read More »
, New York Times
Highlighting Voter Fraud That Supposedly Does Not Exist
There really cannot be enough attention paid to groups like ACORN, that are quite clearly engaged in voter fraud: State authorities on Tuesday raided an organization that registers low-income people to vote, alleging that its canvassers falsified forms with bogus names, fake addresses or famous personalities. The secretary of state’s office launched an investigation after noticing that names did not match addresses and that most | Read More »
Shorter Charles Schumer
“How dare the U.S. Chamber of Commerce support Republicans instead of supporting Democrats and oh, by the way, I have no problem whatsoever with unions supporting Democrats as resolutely as the Chamber of Commerce supports Republicans.” Do these people even know what they are complaining about?
Please Senator McCain, Roll out your economic plan and give us a step by step version of how it will revolve. First, though help Americans start a healing process by using your ececutive power and being our “watch dog” on the bail out or rescue plan. That’s OUR MONEY, you know! We deserve to have a weekly accounting posted in headlines and on the Internet. | Read More »
Democrats – Please Stand Up for America
Will the real Democrats please step forward, America needs you now – many of you have been placed between a rock and a hard place. There’s no doubt you want a Democrat President, but the question is what price will you pay? Few of you are waking up in the morning, looking in the mirror and saying, “that man they call Barack Hussein Obama is | Read More »
, Anderson Cooper
, barack hussein obama
, Hillary Clinton
, Joe Lieberman
, Presidential Election
, Rules of Radicals
, Senator Obama
, United States
Turn Out The Lights The Party’s Over…
In 1992 the Democrats had six major candidates for the Presidential nomination. At the beginning the two front runners were Bob Kerrey Senator from Nebraska and Al Gore the Senator from Tennessee. Bob Kerrey was the first of the big named candidates to bow out of the race. The last man standing in the Democrat primaries was a little known governor from Arkansas. Kerrey had | Read More »
The Paragraph of the Year Award
This morning, Drudge links up to Camille Paglia’s latest column. Contained within is one of the most hilarious – and accurate – sequence of sentences to be penned this election season: The mountain of rubbish poured out about Palin over the past month would rival Everest. What a disgrace for our jabbering army of liberal journalists and commentators, too many of whom behaved like snippy | Read More »
See No Evil, Hear No Evil . . .
And people say that Henry Waxman is a serious investigator. Nonsense.
Tell Me Again How Voter Fraud Doesn’t Exist . . .
Because this story would beg to differ. Note that you are not supposed to be able to vote with a felony conviction. Voter fraud regularly gets denied by our friends on the other side of the partisan divide. If they open their eyes, they will see that it is all around them. Of course, whenever our friends on the other side of the partisan divide | Read More »
George McGovern Comes Out Swinging Against Card Check
Mark Impomeni has a great piece over at AOL about Obama and the Democrats wanting to pay back union support by getting card check passed. “Card Check”, typically referred to by Democrats in Orwellian fashion as the “Employee Free Choice Act,” would require that employees vote for or against unionizing while standing in front of union thugs without a secret ballot. Tonight, during the 2nd | Read More »
Election Advice from a Therapist
Up until a couple of weeks ago, I was feeling pretty good about McCain’s chances. He was doing pretty well in the important battleground states, Palinmania was still sweeping the nation, and Obama couldn’t seem to find his legendary voice. I was beginning to think that, perhaps, despite all the naysaying and the gloom-and-doom about Republicans’ chances this year, McCain is the guy who can | Read More »
Democrats, feel free to leave the country at any time.
I know Alec, Madonna, Susan Sarrandon and her boy toy have all threatened to leave the country. To them, and anyone else are more than welcome to leave. I have been to Canada a few times and can tell you it looks just like America and even has all the niceties like free health care that you guys are so looking forward to. Today, the | Read More »
NBC Yanks SNL Skit From Internet To Help Democrats
The Saturday Night LIve skit lampooning the mortgage bailout has been yanked from the internet by NBC. GregInFla [mentioned this] (http://www.redstate.com/diaries/redstate/2008/oct/06/snl-bows-to-liberal-pressures-as-nbc-shows-i/) yesterday. The skit correctly pointed out that the Democrats blocked oversight of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac when President Bush and the Republicans warned them there was a problem coming. Likewise, the skit mocked Herbert and Marion Sandler and George Soros, three of the | Read More »