Monday, March 29, 2010

Support your local sheriff!

We are living in a world where the media and Obama elitists refuse to use words like "Muslim" and "terrorist", but will easily take words like "Christian" and "militia" and make them instantly bad. They deny the fact that the majority of our Founding Fathers were Christian -- then go ahead and throw the Second Amendment out to boot.

Their take on Homeland Security? If you read the Bible and support the right to bear arms, you should have a bullseye on you.

Unfortunately, the media and Obama elitists don't realize that those Tea Party and town hall-attending Conservatives are actually real law-and-order citizens who support their local sheriffs!

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Some advice...

Those of you angry with Obama, may I suggest you not lose your head. Let's take Patton's advice and make sure the SOB Dems on the other side lose theirs...

Obama KNEW he was destroying America...

Obama on 2/12/2009: "You can measure America's bottom line by looking at Caterpillar's bottom line."
Caterpillar on 3/19/2010: In just its first year, ObamaCare will raise insurance costs at least 20% and cost more than $100 million.

Obama's quote (video) [@4:45]:
Obama's quote (text) [9th paragraph]:
Caterpillar facts:

Friday, March 26, 2010

Pitchforks? Torches???

The President's over-the-top post-ObamaCare 'victory' rhetoric is unprecedented and unpresidented. Obama's in-your-face taunts were much more than him being his 'normal' partisan self. In fact, Obama's actions and words were designed to incite anger and to instigate violence. And for this, Obama proves himself despicable! Because Obama only builds on his legacy as a divisive idealogue.

BTW, does anyone have a pitchfork sharpening machine?
Or know how to make torches burn hot as Hell?
Just asking...

Thursday, March 25, 2010

There's NØ doubt!

There's NØ doubt NØbama's scheming, lies and subterfuge the past year are what's fanning the flames of American anger. NØbama's disdain for We the People is the engine driving the American backlash.

NØbama ain't just tone-deaf, he's a totally committed idealogue, and as such, NØbama cannot be trusted! What's NØbama's lie count up to now??? God forbid NØbama goes to church...and tells another lie. ϟ

Monday, March 22, 2010

Make this promise to yourself:

"I will NEVER let Obama and his Dems get over on me. In the end, I will ensure they know that they were in the fight of their lives -- and lost!"
God is on our side. And We the People too!

Stand by for heavy seas!

Stand by for the Lame Stream Media's overhyping the 'victory' of ObamaCare. Obama will take advantage of this telling Dems they have nothing left to it their jobs, or the future of our country. Then Obama will try leveraging the Dems into shoving the rest of his effing agenda down our collective throats.

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Nothing is over until We the People decide it is!

We must NEVER forget!

We must NEVER forget all the heartache, pain and worry Obama and his Dems have brought into our lives with all their lies and scheming of the past year. There is a price to pay! And there is this: Obama has cloaked himself in false iconic religious imagery, always attempting to appear courageous. He is NOTHING of the sort -- Obama is a Coward who will one day face his own Judgement Day. And God will find him Guilty! Guilty of crimes against We the People, Guilty of subverting the U.S. Constitution, and Guilty of taking the Lord's image as his own. And for this, Obama will burn in Hell!

Friday, March 19, 2010

Face it...

Obama said, "Fuck the people...and fuck the Constitution!"

KILL the Bill and BURY ObamaCare!

To HELL with Slaughter's "Deem and Pass". It's time for Obama to use his OWN "Demon pass" and return Barack to Hell.

KILL the Bill and BURY ObamaCare!

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Thoughts on ObamaCare...

America faces the 'Too Big to Fail' dilemma yet again: this time it's Obama's Ego -- there are planets orbiting it -- and he IS a legend in his own mind.

Recall Obama's infamous quote: "Well, the big difference here ['10] and in '94 was you've got me." Scary stuff!

Because Obama is playing a game of 'chicken' with America's future: he puts our fear of a Reconciliation Day against the Dem's dread of the coming Election Day. And that's wrong.

Another reason to vote NO on ObamaCare? Obama may be a one-term president, but the phrase 'ObamaCare' would haunt us for the rest of our lives...or even be listed as a future Cause of Death, i.e., he died from ObamaCare.

PS- Fox News just showed a graphic of 3 Dems side-by-side, each one of 'em facing ethics questions. It looked like a slot machine with D-D-D. Three lemons...not good.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Senator Jim Bunning's Op-Ed in USATODAY: Why I took a stand

Why I took a stand

By Jim Bunning

I have been serving the citizens of Kentucky for nearly 24 years in Washington. During that time I have been a member of both the House of Representatives and the United States Senate. I have taken thousands of votes in relation to spending the taxpayers' money. I will be the first one to admit that I have cast some bad votes during my tenure, and I wish I could have some of them back. For too long, both Republicans and Democrats have treated the taxpayers' money as a slush fund that does not ever end. At some point, the madness has to stop.

Over a month ago, Democrats passed and President Obama signed into law the "Pay-Go" legislation. It calls on Congress to pay for bills by not adding to our debt. It sounds like a common sense tool that would rein in government spending. Unfortunately, Pay-Go is a paper tiger. It has no teeth. I did not vote for the Democrats' Pay-Go legislation because I knew it was just a political dog-and-pony show to get some good press after some political setbacks. Since the Pay-Go rule was enacted, the national debt has gone up $244,992,297,448.11 (as of Wednesday, that is).

Why now?

Last week, Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., asked to pass a 30-day extensions bill for unemployment insurance and other federal programs. Earlier in February, those extensions were included in a broader bipartisan bill that was paid for but did not meet Sen. Reid's approval, and he nixed the deal. When I saw the Democrats in Congress were going to vote on the extensions bill without paying for it and not following their own Pay-Go rules, I said enough is enough.

Many people asked me, "Why now?" My answer is, "Why not now?" Why can't a non-controversial measure in the Senate that would help those in need be paid for? If the Senate cannot find $10 billion to pay for a measure we all support, we will never pay for anything.

America is under a mountain of debt. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said in a hearing last month that the United States' debt is unsustainable. We are on the verge of a tipping point where America's debt will bring down our economy, and more people will join the unemployment lines. That is why I used my right as a United States Senator and objected.

Only in Washington

After four legislative days of impasse, I reached a supposed deal with Majority Leader Reid to have an up-or-down vote on a pay-for amendment that would fully fund the legislation and not add to the debt. Only minutes before the vote, Democrats used a parliamentary maneuver to set aside my amendment and not vote on the actual substance of it. Only in Washington could this happen. The Democrats did not want to vote on my amendment because they knew they were in the wrong and ignored their own rules. Hypocrisy again rules the day in Washington.

I have 40 grandchildren, and I want them to grow up in a country where they have all of the same opportunities I had as a child. I fear that they will not have those opportunities if Washington continues on its course of spending without paying for it. We are at over $12 trillion in debt. I know many Americans sit around their kitchen table and make the tough decisions. It is time for the politicians in Washington to do the same.

Jim Bunning is a Republican senator from Kentucky.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

I support Jim Bunning!

Dear Senator Bunning,

I support your heroic actions on the Senate floor!

Despite attacks from the Dems and Obama, I truly appreciate your strong stand on principles. The media fails us yet again when they choose to ignore the fact that Reid's scuttling of an earlier bill did the exact same thing in effect that you're now accused of doing: holding up unemployment benefits. Unfortunately, the media thinks you're a better target. Real Americans know the truth. No worries, I've got your back!

Your actions blocking the bill expose Obama's own failed response to pay-as-you-go. And it's a similar response we've seen before. His creation of a 'debt commission' was just another bureaucratic attempt by him to lay the blame on others. Because Obama can't lead himself out of a paper bag.

Your blocking of the bill is also, in a way, like a canary in the ObamaCare coal mine. The results foretell (on a lower scale) what will happen when Obama fully applies his brand of health care reform: massive cuts to Medicare reimbursements and services.

Lastly, your actions speak towards you expecting (demanding?) that the majority party provide SOME leadership in this supposedly bipartisan fight against higher deficits. Unfortunately, despite Dem control of the House, Senate AND Presidency, they're going to punt...and then blame you for the bad snap.

You're the only American standing strong on this. I say "Thank you!"