Klobuchar = Obama
[I posted this at Redstate because many of us across the country are going to see Senate elections next year with Democrats pretending to be moderates. We cannot allow those lies to go unchallenged.] There is a narrative being played in the Minnesota media that Sen. Amy Klobuchar is A. moderate and B. unbeatable. Neither of these is true. Senator Amy Klobuchar is not only | Read More »
, Democratic Party
, far left
, voting records
Curiously, Not Curious
“We heard for eight years what a dolt George W. Bush was because he was an intellectual slob, he was not curious about things. We also heard how courageous and brave whistleblowers like Colleen Rawley was because she stood up and spoke the truth, as she saw it. Dissenters like Cindy Shehaan and Code Pink were only doing their patriotic duty. We were fed a | Read More »
Was The SC Democrat Primary a Test Run for Massive November Voter Fraud?
An article in FoxNews.com exposes the potential for massive voter fraud using electronic voting machines. Were the ES&S electronic voting machines in South Carolina tampered with? How is it possible that a total unknown like Alvin Greene, who ran no campaign and is facing a felony conviction, was able to win over the official Democrat Party nominee by 59% of the vote? That is a virtual landslide. Mr. Greene won 11% | Read More »
I wish the entire left was like Al Franken.
Yes, I do. What?! you say, He is a rude unqualified charlatan that should never have been elected! Before you bash me while thinking “how dare you!”, please read on. I wish every last one of the DEMS were just like Al Franken. And I am from Minnesota too! (But I didn’t vote for the scum, we should have our water checked, something | Read More »
Some Coal for Their Stockings
It has been a particularly potent strategy when dissidents have used object lessons to deliver their point. The dumping of tea into the Boston Harbor, sitting at lunch counters where they weren’t welcome, and candle light vigils for fallen heroes have demonstrated the power of symbols over simple, verbal speech. We have yet to begin really mounting symbolic demonstrative speech and we are consistantly ignored. | Read More »
, healthcare takeover
Al Franken, 60th vote and useful idiot.
First of all, I am from Minnesota and apologize for the MN idiots who elected Al Franken. I don’t know what is in the water here, but I’m drinkin bottled water from now on. Courtesy Politico: Franken feuds with T. Boone Pickens By: Eamon Javers July 31, 2009 02:40 PM EST Five years after he put his money behind the Swift Boat ads that helped | Read More »
Democrats to Give GOP Ultimatum: Seat Franken or We’ll Keep Specter’s Committee Seats
Setting aside that this ultimatum has come, for the time being, from the Daily Kos it’s extremely plausible that this type of ultimatum or something similar will come from the Party itself: Quote: That’s the bottom line.Seat Al Franken and give him his committee assignments now, or we’ll block a new organizing resolution that would let you reassign Specter’s previously Republican committee seats to one | Read More »
A Double Edged Sword
I’ve been watching the Minnesota Senate recount with a depressing sense of déja vu. After all, we had our own recount fiasco here in Washington in 2004, when King County stole the gubernatorial election for Christine Gregoire, which is the long way of saying that I had very little hope from the beginning that this election would turn any other way than with Al Franken | Read More »
Election Theft in Minnesota?
The Wall Street Journal in an Op Ed published on Monday, Funny Business in Minnesota, made the case that funnyman Al Franken is stealing the disputed U.S. Senate election from Senator Norm Coleman in Minnesota. After the first count of ballots, Senator Norm Coleman retained a 215 vote lead, but the margin of victory triggered a mandatory recount of the election. After a recount, Franken emerged with a | Read More »
And Now, a Memorial to Harry Reid on this Momentous Day
The 111th Congress is seated today, and in light of this and this, Caleb and I put together a little… uh.. tribute in his honor. Hope you enjoy. Open thread for all the day’s festivities.
Minnesota: Banana Republic?
Minnesota enjoys a reputation as a progressive, highly-educated, hard-working paragon of Midwestern virtue. It is the polar opposite of my adopted home state of Louisiana. Minnesota is near the top on all the “good” quality-of-life lists. Louisiana is in the cellar, or nearly so, on the same lists. Minnesota’s 5.2 million citizens have a per capita tax burden ($2,890) that is #4 among the states, | Read More »
Stealing in Minnesota …
If ever an occasion has called for the entirety of the Republican Party, from the most Conservative Republican to the most squishy “Bipartisan”, to rise up and take to the streets, this, the so-called “Recount” being conducted by a supposedly “Bipartisan” canvassing board in Minnesota, is it. The fact that the MNGOP is not running ads, calling daily Press Conferences, and inundating the air waves | Read More »
A Call to Arms! (Coleman – MN)
We all know about the race between Senator Coleman (R) and his challenger, former SNL comedy writer Al Franken (D). Probably all of us know how Senator Coleman has been ahead in the count by some 700 votes, and we know how these votes keep getting chipped away at. We probably all know that the MN Sec of State is “one of those” (read – ACORN). But you likely | Read More »
One down, two to go…..
Just like I said it would….for the Democrats.Stevens-checkColeman-well on the wayChambliss “appears to be a challenge” but give ACORN some time and they’ll deliever Martin to D.C. just like I and many of the other posters said they wouldthis is no normal election yearthis is no normal election cyclethis is not a democratic electionthese are irrational, angry Democrats who will do nothing short to winif | Read More »
Time to Get Real and Save the Senate
Let’s be brutally honest. Barack Obama is going to win the presidential election, and probably by a lot. We’ll avoid recriminations and “I told you so”s and second guessing here. Let’s just face the reality. Obama is trading at 84 on in-trade. Overnight quickie polls show the public overwhelmingly thinks Obama won last night’s debate – which probably has less to do with any “objective” | Read More »
, elizabeth dole
, gordon smith
, Mitch McConnell
, Norm Coleman
, Ted Stevens