Monday, January 26, 2009

The Obama-Limbaugh Bipartisan Stimulus Plan of 2009

In a spirit of bi-partisanship Rush has offered a stimulus plan that tests both Democrat and Republican idealogies by spilitting the trillion dollar spending plan in a 54-46 ratio, which matches the voting public's split in the election. Will H go for it?
The Obama-Limbaugh Bipartisan Stimulus Plan of 2009


Unbelievable.  This is your Speaker of the House of Representatives, people, talking about reducing costs to State budgets by Federally funding abortions.
How sick is that?
It sounds very hitler-ish: 'Yes, traffic on the freeway is much less congested now that we have all those pesky jews out of the way.'
Jan 25 2009 22:13:43 ET

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi boldly defended a move to add birth control funding to the new economic "stimulus" package, claiming "contraception will reduce costs to the states and to the federal government."

Pelosi, the mother of 5 children and 6 grandchildren, who once said, "Nothing in my life will ever, ever compare to being a mom," seemed to imply babies are somehow a burden on the treasury.

The revelation came during an exchange Sunday morning on ABC's THIS WEEK.

STEPHANOPOULOS: Hundreds of millions of dollars to expand family planning services. How is that stimulus?

PELOSI: Well, the family planning services reduce cost. They reduce cost. The states are in terrible fiscal budget crises now and part of what we do for children's health, education and some of those elements are to help the states meet their financial needs. One of those - one of the initiatives you mentioned, the contraception, will reduce costs to the states and to the federal government.

STEPHANOPOULOS: So no apologies for that?

PELOSI: No apologies. No. we have to deal with the consequences of the downturn in our economy.


Sunday, January 25, 2009

Rush: A Perfect Example of Class Envy

Rush commented much the same way I did about the $1.2 million bank renovation. Hey, it put hundreds of Americans to work. And they did it NOW, while Congress is still sitting on its hands and stuffing their bailout bill with pork.

AFP: Two ex-Guantanamo inmates appear in Al-Qaeda video

You can't shoot them while they're locked up in Gitmo. I hope the strategy is to let them out and find them again and this time dispatch them with prejudice.
Hopefully they don't kill any of ours in the meantime.

Friday, January 23, 2009

Pelosi's bash-the-rich falsehood


Pelosi's bash-the-rich falsehood from The Washington Times

Real Economic Stimulus

How many people do you think might be employed, from the interior decorator and the G.C. down to the floor sweeper, in a $1.2 million bank office renovation?
Sounds to me like the guy pumped a million dollars into the economy, creating many jobs a lot faster than congress is doing!

Thursday, January 22, 2009

The Trash Was Historic, Too

Look at the trash the left left.

Yep, those same loony lefties who deride you for not unplugging your cell phone charger lest you be contributing to global warming, those same tree-hugging wackos who claim that humans are an impediment to nature and the environment, had no trouble dropping 130 tons of trash on the Washington, D.C. mall during the Inauguration festivities.

Their excuse? Not enough trash cans were made available.

What ever happened to the hiker's mantra of 'take only pictures, leave only footprints'?

Why would it be too much to expect for everyone to simply leave with the crap they came with?

I think it speaks volumes.

The Trash Was Historic, Too


Pelosi sketches strategy on key issues

Nothing I would like more than to put that 10 pound anvil right back on her head... maybe 2010?

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

The Last Man Standing Reflects on Obedience in the Age of Obamalot


Your chance to Thank George W. Bush

Larry Wright

I thank W because... for 7 years years he has kept us from going BOOM anywhere in America. His policies pulled us up after 9/11 2001 and a recession and interest rates, inflation and unemployment were kept in check. He lowered taxes for everyone that pays taxes. He showed the world that we do not have to cower and shiver and hide from osama and his den of 40 flea-bitten thieves, and that terrorism will be dealt with. Agree with his policies or not, he is an honorable man and he did what he thought was best for America. I'd vote for him again.
Larry, Free American

Monday, January 19, 2009

Meet the New Players in D.C.

Power switch

By Our Washington Staff

Published: January 19 2009 21:18 | Last updated: January 19 2009 21:18

A new occupant in the White House is always a harbinger of change in Washington, this election made all the more visible with a 47-year-old African-American from Chicago taking over from a 62-year-old white Texan.

Barack Obama's team reflects the change too. They are younger, more diverse, more tech savvy and geographically distinct from those they replace.

Our interactive graphic profiles the new players in Washington and shows their connections – whether through Capitol Hill, Chicago, university, or the Clinton administration.


Sunday, January 18, 2009

President Obama 'has four years to save Earth'

I have only one word to respond to this guy with: BULLSHIT


President 'has four years to save Earth'


Jim Hansen ought to be fitted for a white sleeveless tux and put in a rubber room. This man is a nutcase extraordinaire.


This is all about a grab for money -- your tax dollars -- and nothing more.


Man changing the climate of the planet is ABSURD. Man somehow STOPPING natural climate change is even MORE ABSURD.


Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Is this your 'Change'?

Yes, my friends, CHANGE you can believe in...
The more it changes, the more it remains the same.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Congress shall make no law...

My fellow Americans. You may disagree with what Rush Limbaugh says, but you should defend to the death his right to say it.
Anything less and this is no longer America.
Schumer, Pelosi, Durbin, Obama and the whole Democrat gang just don't seem to get it (or pretend not to) that Rush Limbaugh is not being forced down anyone's throat. If you don't like what he's saying, and you can't stand listening to a view that opposes yours, then for God's sake turn him off. Change stations, play some music. There's dozens of channels out there. Heck, listen to NPR where you're bound to find something to listen to you will like.
But the fact is people aren't turning him off. They're not calling the station en masse to complain. No, they're turning him UP. More and more people are tuning IN. Some 20 million people listen to Rush every week. Many of them (myself included) are 24/7 members, meaning we can log into Rush's web site ( for those of you in Rio Linda) and listen to or watch the day's entire broadcast. We also get the daily show downloaded as MP3 Podcasts. And we get Rush's monthly Newsletter, replete with informative commentary, interviews and humor.
People listen to Rush because he thinks like they do. The only difference between him and them is he has an elegant voice and the talent to speak into a mic for hours on end, day after day, and still be interesting. That, as he so humbly says, is a talent "on loan from God".  Well God Bless him.
If all of Rush's listeners disagreed with him, there would be no Rush Limbaugh Show. Rush exists because what he does creates a market. His voice and his ideas draw people to the radio, and those people buy the things he endorses and promotes. Things like quality wood flooring, instant hot water heaters, online backup services, and that famous iced tea drink to mention just a few. That is the market he creates. If he didn't generate millions of dollars in sales for these companies and the radio stations, they wouldn't be paying millions of dollars in advertising during his broadcast.
What could be more simple to understand?
But now New York liberal Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer comes along and says conservative talk radio is the equivalent of pornography and should be regulated in just the same way. Schumer said recently:
"Do you think we should allow people to put pornography on the air? Absolutely not. Particularly on television and radio.… The very same people who don't want the Fairness Doctrine want the FCC to limit pornography on the air. I am for that. I think pornography should be limited. But you can't say government hands off in one area to a commercial enterprise, but you're allowed to intervene in another. That's not consistent."
Why that's the damndest logic I ever heard. Who would be stupid enough to buy that premise? They must grow them pretty dumb in New York. (Oh wait. They do since they keep electing this numbskull. By the way, what should Schumer know about being consistent? But that's for another day.)
Let's try it, Chuck. Let's remove the FCC restriction on pornography on the air waves. Ok go. So what company is going to be the first to advertise during this new pornography show of yours?  Wait, what station is going to air it, knowing their switchboard is going to light up like a Christmas tree? Ain't gonna happen, Chuck.  The public doesn't need you or the FCC to decide that porn should not be on the air.
In fact we don't need the Federal government telling us what our community standards are in the first place! Several shows that leaned too close to porn or other patently offensive subjects have been pulled within days due to public outrage. Other offensive shows have been pulled when the public openly boycotted the advertisers. No advertisers, no show. The public can and does decide what they will and will not listen to.
But the silly argument that somehow pornography can be equated to political free speech is stunning. Stunning that you haven't been laughed out of town.  You are Constitutionally forbidden from making laws that abridge free speech. What part of "Congress shall make no law..." do you not understand? Were you educated in a P.S. ### or something?
Since you seem to be hell bent on ignoring Constitutional law there is apparently only one way to shut you up; by creating a preemptive law (Broadcaster Freedom Act of 2009) that simply re-stipulates the obvious: The FCC is hereby prohibited from re-instituting the 'fairness doctrine' or anything that smells like the fairness doctrine. Simple.
Chuck, If you people would either take out your Constitution and read it once in a while, or just tune in to Rush's show, and educate yourselves a little, we wouldn't have to go through all this nonsense just to keep what's already ours: Free speech and freedom of assembly. Every day at noon eastern, we assemble in front of the radio and enjoy a little free speech.  Don't screw with that.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Barnes: 10 Things Bush got right

Like him or not, these are definitely noteworthy achievements.

Bush's Achievements
Ten things the president got right.
by Fred Barnes


Broadcaster Freedom Act of 2009 (S. 34)

Dear Senator _________________:
I hope you'll be signing on to this bill.
Dear Representative ___________:
I hope you'll be signing on to the House version of this bill.
There's no more important Freedom than free speech. To make an effort to curb it and call it 'fairness' simply because you disagree with it is un-American.
It is not the government's job to decide what is fair when it comes to speech. In fact you, of all people, are forbidden from deciding what is fair!
Dig out your Constitution. "Congress shall make no law ...abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press"
What could be more clear than that?
Thank you.
Larry Wright
ps. Don't bother sending a paper form letter. I'll be watching for your response.

Bill Introduced to Stop UnFairness Doctrine
Email and Thank These Legislators Today!

Kudos to Sens. DeMint and Thune and Reps. Pence & Walden - who today introduced the "Broadcaster Freedom Act" to prevent re-introduction of the Un-Fairness Doctrine.

From the press release:

WASHINGTON, D.C - In an effort to prevent Democrats from suppressing the right to free speech for talk radio and other broadcasters, today Congressman Mike Pence (R-Indiana), chairman of the House Republican Conference, Congressman Greg Walden (R-Oregon), Senator Jim DeMint (R-South Carolina), chairman of the Senate Steering Committee, and Senator John Thune (R-South Dakota), Vice Chairman of the Senate Republican Conference, introduced the Broadcaster Freedom Act of 2009 (S. 34 in the Senate, bill number pending in the House).


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Friday, January 09, 2009

From My Cold, Dead Hands

Pandora's Light Bulb (

Minnesotans 4 Global Warming



Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Snow rage in Spokane (re: global warming)

Fear not! Help is on the way!
Everybody!  Leave your cars running while parked, turn on all your lights, don't even THINK of using those stupid little curly bulbs. We've got to warm this planet up!  Somebody stuff a snowball in algores's mouth.  It's the only humane thing to do. 
People are suffering!

But two women who work at the Chocolate Apothecary in downtown Spokane have found a coping mechanism.
"We are surrounded by chocolate," said owner Susan Davis. "It's all good in here."


Monday, January 05, 2009

Algore is an idiot, part 432

"Why were predictions so wrong? Researchers had expected the newer sea ice, which is thinner, to be less resilient and melt easier. Instead, the thinner ice had less snow cover to insulate it from the bitterly cold air, and therefore grew much faster than expected, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center."
What does that sentence tell you?  It tells you that 'researchers' (i.e., the 'experts') don't have a clue. Their hypothesis was entirely wrong, as they are wrong with the entire man-made global warming nonsense.
Just in the little time we've all been made painfully aware of this 'crisis', news item after news item refutes it. Man made global warming is a non-starter. Man is NOT changing the climate. And no amount of taxes, fees or silly carbon trading schemes will make any difference.
So why is the government still planning to implement Cap-n-Trade taxes, cow surcharges and new driving fees???
It's our own fault. We let them screw with our clocks twice a year and it has only emboldened them to think they can control the climate.
Hey Congress, let's start a little smaller. Let's see you control a hurricane first before taking on the entire %^##&%$ planet!

Political corruption run amok

I believe we are fast approaching the critical threshold of corruption, cronyism and crimminality in the federal government.
My only question: When does the shooting revolt start?
Hey, one man's revolter is another man's freedom fighter.

Pelosi Reverses House Fairness Rules - HUMAN EVENTS

Here's your Hope and Change for the Future: A GIANT STEP into the PAST.
We are the ruling class. Tryanny are us.

Friday, January 02, 2009

Most covered-up stories of 2008: Natural-born citizen

Most covered-up of 2008: Natural-born citizen
WND editors join with readers to determine the year's top 10

Posted: December 31, 2008