Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Lib left just won't quit

Liberal Nutcase Bowel Move(ment)On.Org is at it again.
Posting a new ad campaign against a private citizen... Sarah Palin.
Why, oh why would they attack a private citizen? OH, thats right, they are Move On, the shit stain of politics.

I think this "Organization" must of grown from the depths of hell of one of Pelosi's or Reids bowel movement that polluted the air in Washington back in 2007.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

OK then, more Kool Aid being passed around

Obama must have up the dosage of Liberal Nutcase juice in the DC Kool-Aid fountains.
As reported on Bloomberg .
The world should try to have “white roofs everywhere” to help fight climate change, U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu said. Painting flat roofs of homes and commercial buildings white would reflect more of the sun’s heat back to space and reduce electricity used for air conditioning by as much as 15 percent, Chu told reporters today in London, citing research by Arthur Rosenfeld, a member of the California Energy Commission.
OK, I get the air conditioner thing, but "reflect the suns heat BACK TO SPACE?
This is the man who brought you the idea of dispensing man-made particles (pollution) into the atmosphere in ways to modify the climate.
DUDE, step away from the Obama Kool-Aid drinking fountain, you've had to much. It's called moderation.

Friday, May 1, 2009

Hussein & Al Qaeda found to be in bed with each other

Gateway Pundit has reported that Al-Qaeda in Iraq leader Abu Omar al-Baghdadi had close ties to the Saddam regime.
The NY Times report this, this week. But their head line was "Iraqi Premier Says Leader in Insurgency Is in Custody"
"Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki said Tuesday that Iraqi forces had recently arrested a leader of the Sunni insurgency who had been in league with members of Saddam Hussein’s ousted Baath Party." and that “This terrorist had deep ties with the former regime and created with its followers a devil’s pact reflected in bloody scenes of carnage involving innocent children and women and the elderly,”

I guess it WAS the RIGHT thing to do!!!

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Obama: Socialist Partnering

Sad day for America and Capitalism people. Obama needs to GO!!!!!

President Barack Obama extended a hand to America's hemispheric neighbor and accepted a book about the exploitation of Latin America from Venezuela's fiery President Chavez as Chavez pats him on the back.
The book, 'The Open Veins of Latin America: Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent' analyzes the history of Latin America arguing against European and later U.S. economic exploitation and political influence over the region.
Chavez said this about meeting Obama (for the very first time), "I think it was a good moment, I think President Obama is an intelligent man, compared to the previous U.S. presidents."

Obama mentioned at his first meeting with South American leaders that "I have a lot to learn."

In an opening speech to the 34-nation gathering on Friday, Obama promised a new agenda for the Americas, as well as a new style. (Socialism, thats for sure) Saying "We have at times been disengaged, and at times we sought to dictate our terms," (Blame America first, has always been your style Obama) Obama said to loud applause. "But I pledge to you that we seek an equal partnership. There is no senior partner and junior partner in our relations." Giving Chavez the impression that he and his country are equal to that of the US.

Obama also extended a hand to a leader Ronald Reagan spent years trying to drive from power: Nicaragua's Daniel Ortega and gives Obama a free pass by delivering a blistering 50-minute speech that denounced capitalism and U.S. imperialism as the root of much hemispheric mischief. The address even recalled the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba, though Ortega said the new U.S. president could not be held to account for that.

But did Obama defend the US? NO!!! His comment on what Ortega said was ""I'm grateful that President Ortega did not blame me for things that happened"

Obama final words "I came here to deal with the future"

And what's that? A Socialism partnership with the likes of Chavez, Castro & Ortega?

Alls I can say is "FTS"
Again, Obama needs to GO!!!

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Will Lenin (aka:Obama) Goose the Gander?

U.S. Rep. Connie Mack, R-Fla calls out Lenin(aka:Obama) 'if you're going to do it to one, do it to both.'
Mack demanded that Lenin(aka:Obama) should fire UAW President Ron Gettelfinger and in his words “If President Obama is willing to fire the CEO of General Motors because of his failures, then he should be even-handed in demanding Ron Gettelfinger’s resignation for his equally egregious failures,” And that Gettelfinger had called strikes which had hurt the industry and refused concessions to improve the finances of Detroit’s automakers.
So what is good for the Goose, Lenin(aka:Obama), IS good for the Gander.
Now the wait and see process begins... My gut feeling is it will be a very... long... wait...

Monday, March 30, 2009

Obama announces Fed auto company bailout.. PLAN?

President Obama... wait I will change that at the end of this post.

Obama has told GM that as part of the conditions for help from the Federal Government that Rick Wagoner must step down as part of the governments plan. So Rick bows out in the interest of saving GM. 24 hours later Obama pulls a fast one, gives GM 60 days to come up with a different plan, even if its bankruptcy and asserted unprecedented government control over the auto industry. This is your PLAN? Obama then bluntly rejecting turnaround plans by General Motors Corp. and Chrysler LLC, demanding fresh concessions for long-term federal aid. Odd thing was the deadline for long term aid was suppose to be announced today, after Wagoner was out. Also Obama said today "I'm committed to working with Congress and the auto companies to meet one goal, building the next generation of clean cars." In HIS opinion 'our auto industry is not moving in the right direction'. Meaning HIS and the Democrats direction. Even Obama supporters in the Union are upset. One worker ... of Chesterfield Township in Michigan, said automakers were being punished because of public anger over the banking bailout. "They're using us for the mistakes they've made in Washington," he said. Other workers alleged a double standard in how Washington dealt with Wagoner, as opposed to CEOs of bailed-out banks. "They're using him as a fall guy," said F. Rowser, financial secretary for UAW Local 909. On top of that the Dow tumbles on fears about the government actions today sent stocks plummeting, with the Dow Jones industrial average losing about 254 points. GM plunged 92 cents, or 25.4 percent, to $2.70. Obama, you've stepped over the line. You will now be known to many as President Valdimir Lenin.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Dodd finally admits...

Admits he LIED, but just 24 hours ago he had nothing to do with the language in the TARP/AIG/Bonus brouhaha.
How many other US Congress folks will have the balls to admit that THEY SCREWED UP!
And will Obama admit he knew the bonus language was there also?
And will ALL admit they NEVER read the damn thing in the first place before voting on it!-LNN

(From AP)
Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) looks like he may be facing a fresh political firestorm.

Dodd just admitted on CNN that he inserted a loophole in the stimulus legislation that allowed million-dollar bonuses to insurance giant AIG to go forward – after previously denying any involvement in writing the controversial provision. .

“We wrote the language in the bill, the deal with bonuses, golden parachutes, excessive executive compensation that was adopted unanimously by the United States Senate in the stimulus bill,” Dodd told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer this afternoon.

“But for that language, there would have been no language to deal with this at all.”

Dodd had previously said that he played no role in writing the controversial language, and was not a part of the conference committee that inserted the language in the bill. As late as today, Dodd’s spokeswoman denied the senator’s involvement.

The AIG bonuses have caused a political firestorm, with Republicans and Democrats alike looking to lay blame for who’s responsible, and leading lawmakers looking to revoke the bonuses.

Dodd’s role in the legislation will likely come up as he faces the likelihood of a tough re-election. Former GOP congressman Rob Simmons announced he was running this week, and has already taken issue with Dodd’s stewardship as chairman of the Senate Banking Committee.