Real American Political Genius– Miss I have no clue about what’s really going on Speaker of the House
Here’s to you Nancy Pelosi. For making the grand promise of “No pork in the stimulus bill.” For telling the press that “500 million Americans lose jobs every month that we don’t pass the bill.”
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“Burn her at the stake”….it appears the villagers are restless!
Well we all knew that Queen Botox (Pelosi) changed the rules in the House so there would be no input from Republicans BUT she is so whacked out of her mind from all of that poison in her face that she is excluding her own party and they are NOT HAPPY The beauty of this insurrection from the Democrats would be they are not taking | Read More »
Pelosi spokesmouth agrees stimulus bill is fiscally irresponsible
From the diaries by Erick. David Freddoso at the Corner points out this gem in an article about the 11 House Dems who voted against the stimulus bill last week: “The speaker has said many times that the members are representative of their district,” said Brendan Daly, a spokesman for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. “Many of the districts are more conservative, and they campaigned on | Read More »
Speaker Pelosi, “I don’t think anybody can tell you when… human life begins.”
As we progress into the Super Bowl weekend I see our friends over at HuffPo having a conniption fit over the PETA ad being denied by NBC. I want to point out this ad too was denied. Because the last thing the Pro-Abortion crowd would ever want is to associate that a growing baby is anything more then lifeless biomass.
It’s not possible to borrow this much!
The Obama-Pelosi-Reid plan is to borrow $888-billion and spend it, as though that would fix anything. But who would loan us the money? Answer: nobody. As California has learned, there’s a limit to how much a spendthrift government can borrow. We’re already in hock to the Chinese for $681-billion, after our government borrowed an extra $227-billion from them in the last year. The official U.S. Treasury | Read More »
If we want to win we have to be Republicans…
We have some where along the way lost our way as a party and now the country seems to have lost its way. The Republicans in the House of Representative must cast a NO vote on the Debt bill that comes up tomorrow. Everyone that has ever followed politics knows the moment a Republican votes for this type of bill it makes it bipartisan and | Read More »
Pelosi and Obama’s Dem Party see humans as the enemy
If only there were less humans, Utopia would appear. Originally published by Mike DeVine, Legal Editor for The Minority Report First, it was purges of the masses who wouldn’t cooperate by Lenin, Stalin and Mao. The Berlin Wall fell and ended that illusion. Then it was the 60s and 70s population explosion threat. Population increased exponentially as Reagan-Thatcher conservative prosperity and Clinton globalism reduced poverty | Read More »
Obama Bipartisan Tone Nothing More Than A Ruse
Throughout his campaign then candidate Barack Obama told his worshipping minions that if elected he would change the tone in Washington and there would be full bipartisan participation along with a, “let’s get along,” attitude. This theme continued through his transition as Obama spoke of cooperation, no more accusations and ,”mean spirited,” talk from his administration or anyone else in Washington. Then the moment of | Read More »
The Year the Earth Stood Still for the GOP
By Julian Krasta On New Year’s Eve of 2007, as the clock struck midnight, the chant amongst friends at a small gathering was: “2008 – and everything’s going to be great!” I sipped my bubbly but chose not to join the chorus, keeping this adage in mind: “Expect nothing and you won’t be disappointed.” 2008 zapped by and, guess what: nothing is | Read More »
Obama’s ear marked porcine stimulation of government bill
Originally published by Mike DeVine, Legal Editor for The Minority Report An astute political observer in Alabama, while issuing disclaimers that he was not an economist as he conveyed astute observations to his economically and legally credentialed friend, would have made William Shakespeare proud with soul of wit brevity in reducing the “stimulus” issue down to its essentials. “Mike,” he said, “aren’t there only two | Read More »
Pelosinomics: Bankruptcy Is Not An Option
On Wednesday, the Big Three American automakers converged upon Congress- with their Christmas List of unjust demands. These would be the terms by which they would continue to produce sub-par merchandise, employ large numbers of Democratic Party loyalists and manage a pension and health care system that no one in their right minds would want to take over as part of a bankruptcy receivership. The | Read More »
Bend Over America, Here it Comes
Ok. Let’s face it. Special interests are going to RULE in Congress with Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. Two weeks ago the automakers, facing public opposition to a $25 billion bail out went home on their private jets with their tails between their legs to come up with a plan to save America’s unionized auto production companies. Congress, not willing to take the heat, needed | Read More »
Global Warming World Court Proposed.
This has big support at The U.N. and you can bet dollars to donuts that the about-to-be-crowned King Of The USA with The Speaker Of The House at his side will be right there in line, hats in hands with ‘hope’ and ‘change’ for the USA.From the article linked below……………The first role of the new body would be to enforce international agreements on cutting greenhouse | Read More »
SNL Re-run is edited tonight, sans the Sandlers
NBC is re-running the Saturday Night (not-so) Live episode tonight that contained a skit that attempted to tell how the subprime crisis really started. The digs at Pelosi and Frank were great, so was the couple who were caught flipping when the downturn hit. Shortly after the original episode, in which the real story of the Sandlers was told, the Sandlers complained to NBC about | Read More »
There’s Some Trouble in the Parties
We all know that the Republican Party is in the midst of a dramatic change. The last election proved that the GOP just didn’t grasp the shift in campaign strategies that the Obama campaign capitalized on. Worries of a divided Democratic Party appeared to fade away after the Democratic National Convention (although one wonders how much unification happened in Unity, New Hampshire).In the weeks after | Read More »