The left’s 40% blue core… insanity, stupidity or religion?
It’s still a year out from the election, but Rasmussen’s most recent poll makes one start to wonder. It shows President Obama at 46% of the vote against GOP frontrunner Rick Perry’s 39%. That was a flip from the previous week’s Obama 41% vs. Perry’s 44%. The Perry part of that poll is not really of consequence. President Obama tends to perform about the same | Read More »
Revolution Brewing In LA Hispanic Community?
Let’s offer a small piece of evidence for why we don’t like illegals. We’ll even offer the information in their own words. Watch the whole damn thing – ok? This man is preaching sedition, not only against your country people, but against your whole way of life. To be substituted for what? Gang style neighborhoods and barrios? Such wealth, social programs, medicine, science, and of | Read More »
, La Raza
Worth The Cost? You Be The Judge!
Nancy Pelosi – one of the world’s leading trending topics. She’s come out with a real stinker on this one. Quoting the Rand Institute, our brilliant House Leader has come out stating that it would be far less costly to treat your teens for their drug use than to stop the damn drugs from coming into the country. Now if that isn’t San Franciscoan of | Read More »
Obama the Anti-American, “Post-racial” Globalist Revealed in 1995 Interview
We’re wrong to criticize the pResident for being anti-American and calling patriots fighting against him “teabaggers.” We’re wrong to accuse the pResident for being a globalist who seeks to undermine America’s sovereignty and the Constitution. We’re wrong to fear that the pResident is forcefully using government to take over our everyday personal lives. We’re wrong to suggest that Obama is using racial politics to his | Read More »
Dear Left: I AM NOT A Terrorist
Just because, in wild desperation, you link the TEA Party movement to today’s anniversary of the Oklahoma City Federal Building bombing does not make it so, or me a terrorist. I will not blow up a federal building today, or any day. I will not threaten violence upon a politician today, or any day. I will not incite others to break laws to achieve victory | Read More »
Duck and Cover: the pResident Really IS a “Constitutional” Scholar
I know, I know. You’re probably thinking … his birth certificate has been an issue (as I’ve said before, that’s only because he once used it to roll a number and smoked it), and now his background as a “Constitutional scholar” is the subject of speculation . But I have proof, hard, cold, PROOF , I tell you, that pResident Barack Obama is an expert | Read More »
No MRIs, but there were doctors
Hullabaloo, a Liberal blog, posted a little gem: “There were no MRIs in 1780.” Ignoring the fact that the United States had not yet forced Cornwallis’ surrender at Yorktown in 1780 (and hence, no Articles of Confederation, let alone a Constitution, had been ratified), the line of reasoning by the author is sophomoric at best and intellectually dishonest at worst. Nowhere in the constitution does | Read More »
Palin on the campaign trail…
So AP has the story. Sarah Palin is gearing up to hit the campaign trail for Marco Rubio John McCain. Yep. That’s right. PHOENIX — Sarah Palin and Sen. John McCain plan to campaign together again. The Arizona Republican announced Wednesday that the former Alaska governor and 2008 vice presidential candidate will join him in Phoenix on March 26 to help campaign for his re-election | Read More »
Sen. Baucus: Never mind the Republicans! Here’s our Healthcare Bill!
Some of you may remember a few days back how Senator Max Baucus (D-MT) had said that he was willing to introduce a bipartisan healthcare bill to Senate, but if he couldn’t assemble such a coalition he was willing to go it alone with just the Democrats. Well, guess what? He did: Sen. Max Baucus’ decision to release his long-awaited health care overhaul bill with | Read More »
The Farce that was Rep. David Scott’s (D-GA-13) August continues into September
The trip home from college for the three-day Labor Day weekend allows me to do many things. It gives me a chance to spend some time with my family, catch up with old friends, attend a football game at my old high school…. It also gives me a chance to catch up on the local political scene. I have written about David Scott’s farcical August | Read More »
Yeah, well like, prolly if we all went to school in, like, California…
See more funny videos and funny pictures at CollegeHumor. Kinda makes you want to shoot an educator, doesn’t it. I hate diaries that don’t have much in the way of author commentary, but really, there’s not much left to be said. HT HotAir
Gosh, won’t this be interesting…
From Sunday’s Washington Times… ANCHORAGE, Alaska | Brushing aside the criticisms of pundits and politicos, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said she plans to jump immediately back into the national political fray — stumping for conservative issues and even Democrats — after she prematurely vacates her elected post at month’s end. […] “I will go around the country on behalf of candidates who believe in the | Read More »
With a profound thank you to Iowahawk for documenting the great work the Democrats are doing to save those three million jobs. There should be some kind of award, like maybe a Pulitzer, for this. And I can’t believe that the NYT and WaPo have missed it. Sheesh.
While we’re on the subject of bail-outs…
Jon Corzine had an idea or two about the “housing crisis”. He’d like to do a couple of things. And because he’s a Democrat and has no clue about The Law of Unintended Consequences, he – and the Democrat controlled legislature – don’t understand that they will likely kill the housing market in NJ.
Folks, reading is fundamental…
And the press. Hat tip to the guys at Powerline From the New York Times, highlights are mine. During the battle for the Democratic presidential nomination, Mr. Obama and Mrs. Clinton went out of their way to point out their foreign policy differences, with Mrs. Clinton portraying herself as a hawkish Democrat and defending her decision to vote in favor of the **2002 resolution that | Read More »