July 21, 2016

Vice Presidential Nominee Mike Pence's full speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention

Vice Presidential Nominee Mike Pence's full speech at the 2016 Republican National Convention

Wild Thing's comment............

Pence is a good man.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:47 AM

March 03, 2016

Sen. Ben Sasse: The Republican Party is an absolute mess

Sen. Ben Sasse: The Republican Party is an absolute mess

Wild Thing's comment..............

This election is insane.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:47 AM

February 23, 2016

Nevada State Assemblyman, Marine Vet: Marco Will Keep Us Safe

Nevada State Assemblyman, Marine Vet: Marco Will Keep Us Safe

Nevada State Assemblyman Derek Armstrong is a Marine Corps Staff Sergeant veteran and a member of Nevada’s Homeland Security Commission. Here’s what he has to say about Marco’s national security record:

For the first time since World War II, our armed forces are at risk of being ill-equipped to handle the ever-growing and dynamic threats we face abroad. Under Barack Obama’s presidency, our military has faced neglect and disdain, as our weapons systems have been cut and our military leaders ignored. Marco Rubio has fought these cuts that have harmed our military and broken our sacred compact with our men and women in uniform to ensure they are never sent into a fair fight.

As president, Marco will reverse the damage President Obama has inflicted on our military and restore it to readiness levels not seen since the last decade.

For example, the Obama Administration has pursued efforts to weaken our close air support capability by attempting to retire the A-10 Thunderbolt. The A-10 is a vital piece of the American arsenal that our ground troops in Afghanistan and Iraq repeatedly call upon for rapid and overwhelming firepower from the skies. As our soldiers and marines have stated time and again, there is no other aircraft in our military’s arsenal that can provide the same type of devastating low-flying air protection.

In the Senate, Marco has consistently voted for the annual National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), the most recent of which blocked the A-10’s retirement, provided platform upgrades, restored necessary personnel and support, and ensured the fleet would remain flying for years to come.

It is critically important that our warfighters are able to maintain a state of cutting-edge technological readiness through advanced operations facilities such as Nellis Air Force Base here in Nevada, where state-of-the-art unmanned aerial vehicles are remotely operated.

This installation supports some of our most important reconnaissance assets and provides our military leaders with an unparalleled ability to monitor global theaters of operation thousands of miles away. This is another reason why Marco has consistently voted for the NDAA, which also provided increased resources for training of unmanned systems pilots and joint terminal controllers. When Marco is president, he will prioritize the growth and support of our strategic reconnaissance and surveillance capacities overseas.

The 2014, 2015, and 2016 NDAAs all included provisions prohibiting the Defense Department from conducting a new round of base closures — protecting vital facilities such as Nellis Air Force Base and Naval Air Station Fallon.

Other candidates tout their strong support for military readiness, but their records say something entirely different. For example, Senator Ted Cruz voted against the NDAA three times, effectively voting to deny funding to our armed forces and voting against these key provisions that benefited Nevada. One can only assume that if he would consistently vote against the NDAA, he would veto it if elected president. This dangerous posturing has no place in the White House.

If we continue down our current path, we are at risk of having the smallest Air Force this country has ever seen. When Marco is president, he will put an immediate stop to this trend and put our armed forces back on track to maintaining their status as the most feared military in world, able to strike anywhere at a moment’s notice. Marco will help ensure that Nevada continues to play an important role in ensuring that our military can fulfill this responsibility.

Wild Thing's comment.........

Great endorsement for Rubio.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:45 AM

February 14, 2016

Marco Rubio Responds To Trump About WTC

Wild Thing's comment..............

Fantastic response from Rubio !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Marco Rubio Closing Statement at Debate in SC

Marco Rubio Closing Statement at Debate in SC

Wild Thing's comment.............

Great closing statement, I really do love how he speaks.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:45 AM

February 13, 2016

Awesome Marco Rubio at the at the Faith and Family Presidential Forum ~ A Must See Video

2016 Faith and Family Presidential Forum on the afternoon of Friday, February 12, 2016

Watch how Marco blew everyone away at the Faith and Family Presidential Forum

Wild Thing's comment............

If you are longing for a man of God, a man that loves our country the way we wish everyone would, a man that when he speaks makes your heart smile beyond words in how blessed it is that we have a chance to see him as president the absolute best choice for our country then Marco Rubio is the ONLY candidate to vote for. This is a MUST WATCH AND LISTEN to ENTIRE VIDEO!

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:45 AM

October 25, 2015

Jeb Bush Lashes Out: ‘I’ve Got a Lot of Really Cool Things I Could Do’ Instead of Campaigning

Jeb Bush Lashes Out: ‘I’ve Got a Lot of Really Cool Things I Could Do’ Instead of Campaigning and also from the NY Times.

Jeb Bush let his agitation show on the campaign trail today when he complained about gridlock and partisanship in South Carolina.

A day after his campaign slashed staff and salaries to retrench ahead of the Iowa caucuses, Jeb Bush decried the toxic tone of the presidential race and suggesting that “demonizing” people isn’t what he signed up for in this campaign.

Mr. Bush made the remarks at a town hall in South Carolina, where, according to a report by CNN, he seemed fired up about taking on the person who has overshadowed him during the campaign, Donald J. Trump, who is leading most Republican polls so far.

“If this election is about how we’re going to fight to get nothing done, then I don’t want any part of it. I don’t want to be elected president to sit around and see gridlock just become so dominant that people literally are in decline in their lives. That is not my motivation. I’ve got a lot of really cool things I could do other than sit around, being miserable, listening to people demonize me and me feeling compelled to demonize them. That is a joke. Elect Trump if you want that,” he said.

Wild Thing's comment..........

From this quote and some others Jeb shows he has a temper to some degree. He is not doing well so he is saying truly stupid things instead of taking the high road.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:45 AM

October 18, 2015

BREAKING: Secret Service to Protect Trump, Carson – Threats “Off the Charts”

BREAKING: Secret Service to Protect Trump, Carson – Threats “Off the Charts”

The Secret Service will protect GOP front-runners Donald Trump and Dr. Ben Carson as threats have been “off the charts.”

Dr. Carson has been under extremely high threats since his comments on Muslims in America according to the report. Donald Trump was also threatened by Mexican cartel leader Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.

he Secret Service will give agent protection to Ben Carson and Donald Trump while heavily upgrading Hillary Clinton’s existing detail, a Washington source close to the agency’s plans confirmed to Newsmax.

The deployment of agents around Republican candidates Trump and Carson is set to begin as early as next week. Approximately two dozen agents will be assigned to each candidate.

Clinton, the Democratic front-runner, has had Secret Service protection since leaving the White House as first lady in 2001, but her detail will be heavily upgraded by the agency’s move.

The agency’s decision was primarily triggered by a significant number of threats to Carson, including death threats and terrorist chatter, the source said.

The threats to the retired pediatric neurosurgeon have been “off the charts,” the source said. Polls show Carson either tied with Trump for front-runner status or in second place.

Armstrong Williams, Carson’s business manager, told Newsmax he could neither “confirm nor deny” the Secret Service protection. “We don’t comment on security matters involving Dr. Carson,” he said.

But Newsmax has learned that the Secret Service and other federal agencies, including the FBI, became increasingly alarmed in recent weeks as their own monitoring activities indicated that Carson faced serious danger.

Carson caused a political brouhaha in September when he told Chuck Todd on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that a Muslim should not become president.

“I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation. I absolutely would not agree with that,” Carson said. He later clarified his remarks, saying any Muslim who believed in Sharia law should be disqualified from serving in the Oval Office.

The source said there was evidence that home-grown terrorists might be targeting a major political candidate like Carson. The Secret Service approached the Carson campaign to offer federal protection.

Both Carson and his campaign strongly resisted the Secret Service’s request at first, the source said.

But then Carson reluctantly agreed to the deployment of agents after the agency warned of grave danger and shared certain intelligence.

Unlike Carson, Republican front-runner Trump has officially requested Secret Service protection.

The billionaire noted that he has drawn “by far the biggest crowds” of any candidate at his events. He also said that President Barack Obama had received protection at this stage of his first campaign in 2008.

“I want to put them on notice because they should have a liability,” Trump told The Hill. “Personally, I think if Obama were doing as well as me he would’ve had Secret Service [earlier].”

Obama, who was an Illinois senator during the 2008 contest, received Secret Service protection on May 3, 2007, with law enforcement officials saying that the protection was not approved because of any specific threats.

In July, shortly after Trump criticized the Mexican government for the escape of drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman from a maximum-security prison, a Twitter account linked to Guzman issued a threat against the billionaire: “Keep f–king around and I’m gonna make you swallow your whore words you f–king whitey milks–tter.”

Earlier this month Telesur, a Latin American television network based in Venezuela, reported uncorroborated claims that El Chapo has placed a $100 million bounty on Trump to encourage his assassination.

Wild Thing's comment.........

They should be giving protection to all the top candidates not just the top two.

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July 25, 2015

Jindal Suspends POTUS Campaign After Theater Shooting

Jindal Suspends POTUS Campaign After Theater Shooting

The Hill

Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) has suspended his presidential campaign and will stay in Louisiana as the state deals with the aftermath of Thursday night’s tragic movie theater shooting.

“We are going to do whatever we can to support our community; this is a time for us to come together,” Jindal said Friday morning on “Fox and Friends,” where he confirmed his campaign’s suspension.

“It was an awful, awful night for our community.”

The presidential hopeful did not expand on how long his campaign will be suspended, and his campaign did not immediately return a request for comment.

“This could have happened anywhere, and one of the things you hear over and over is why here. You never want this to happen anywhere but you would never imagine it would happen in Louisiana,” he said. He added that he’s heard “amazing stories of heroism” from law enforcement who ran into the theater to confront the shooter.

Wild Thing's comment...........

God bless Bobby Jindal he is a good man.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:48 AM

August 28, 2012

RNC Chair Unveils Two Debt Clocks to be Used During 2012 Republican National Convention - video

RNC Chair Unveils Two Debt Clocks to be Used During 2012 Republican National Convention

Here is video of RNC Chair Reince Priebus unveiling two debt clocks that will appear all week at the 2012 Republican National Convention in Tampa. The one debt clock shows the National Debt, which may cross over to $16 Trillion during the Convention, thanks to Barack Obama’s massive spending. The other clock will show how much debt has been wracked up just during the few days of the Convention.

Wild Thing's comment...........

I am so glad they did these two clocks. The media will be seeing them as well as a constant reminder of what Obama has done.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:45 AM

August 22, 2012

Chicago Young Republicans "Call Me Maybe" ~ video LOL this is great!

Chicago Young Republicans "Call Me Maybe"

The Chicago Young Republicans are making calling cool.

"Call Me Maybe" AKA "The CYRs Are Calling, Baby"

I cast my vote in the booth,
Hoping and praying for truth
But Obama took it all
And now he's in my way

I'd trade my soul for a job,
Pennies and dimes all I got
I never asked for all this
And now he's in my way

Small business folding
Private sector isn't growing
Give me back my country
Because we deserve victory

Hey, if you're like me,
And going crazy,
The CYRs
We're calling, baby

It's hard to be right,
In Chicago,
But we're all here
for a better tomorrow!

Hey, if you're like me,
And going crazy,
The CYRs
We're calling, baby

Just think how happy
No more balling
Obama lost
Cuz you went calling

Come to the office to call
It will take no time at all
We've got the tools that you need
So we can win this time

Obama lied to us all
Our country's worse overall
You're not alone if you feel
That he is in our way

Small business folding
Private sector isn't growing
Give me back my country
Because we deserve victory

Hey, if you're like me,
And going crazy,
The CYRs
We're calling, baby

It's hard to be right,
In Chicago,
But we're all here
for a better tomorrow!

Hey, if you're like me,
And going crazy,
The CYRs
We're calling, baby

We'll give you pizza
Plus some free beer
Why are you waiting?
Just get yourself here

Before you start to give up
We need you so bad
We need you so bad
We need you so, so bad
Before you start to give up

We need you so bad
And you should know that
We need you so, so bad

It's hard to be right,
In Chicago,
But we're all here
for a better tomorrow!

Hey, if you're like me,
And going crazy,
The CYRs
We're calling, baby

We'll give you pizza
Plus some free beer
Why are you waiting?
Just get yourself here

Before you start to give up
We need you so bad
We need you so bad
We need you so, so bad
Before you start to give up
We need you so bad
And you should know that

So let's make phone calls!

Wild Thing's comment..............

LOL they do a great job in this.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:50 AM

July 26, 2012

AWESOME: New Romney ad features NAACP members saying “We need Romney” - Must see video!

This ad features pictures of the crowd clapping for Romney when he spoke to the NAACP as well as members endorsing him for president.

Wild Thing's comment............

Romney timing had been impeccable.

On the other hoof, Obamanite cannot go ten steps with having to scrape his shoe again.

I gotta say this is a great ad.

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Christie says he's open to 2016 presidential bid ~ Please NO!

Christie says he's open to 2016 presidential bid


OCEAN CITY, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he's open to running for president in four years if the job is open.

The first-term Republican says he hopes fellow Republican Mitt Romney beats President Barack Obama in November and seeks re-election in 2016. But if the presidency is open, Christie says he'll "certainly think about it."

Christie rebuffed an opportunity to seek the GOP nomination this year. He was asked Wednesday at a boardwalk stop in Ocean City about running for the top spot in the next election.

He said: "If there's an opportunity for me to serve in another capacity and I think I have something to add to the mix, I don't think I'd back away from it."

Christie has been mentioned as a possible Republican convention keynote speaker.


Wild Thing's comment...............

Christie will never be President. His brash personality may be acceptable in the North East States but it will never be a hit in a lot of other States.For the same reason in reverse that Bobby Jindhal or Bob McDonnell , Rick Perry, Portman and many others would never be elected in Christie's state. Christie's rants are already getting old even if they are made at jerks.

Plus he was all for the mosque at Ground Zero. When conservatives protested his strong stance on the mosque by sending him emails etc. Christie verbally attacked conservatives in a press conference.

He will not support Jessica's Law in his State. Bill O'Reilly even has a petition for people to sign to try and get Gov. Cuomo and Gov. Christie to change their minds.

He supports Obamacare He refused to join the other 26 States to sue ObamaCare. He supports gun control While he cut spending, Christie relied on stimulus funding for his state

One last thing, his saying maybe 2016 is saying that he does not Romney to get two terms if he wins and this is negative and shows how phony Christie's endorsement was for Romney. I am praying hard that Romney wins and we get Obama out of office for good. I also pray if that happens we never have another democrat president in my lifetime.

When Whitney Houston died Christie put the Flag at half staff and I posted about a Marine that spoke out against what Christie did.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:40 AM | Comments (2)

July 18, 2012

Mitt Romney: 'I Vote for Freedom and Free People'

Wild Thing's comment.........

This is only a small part of his speech. I watched the entire speech and it was excellent.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:50 AM

June 24, 2012

Editor of Germany’s Leading Business Daily: “Obama's the Wrong Guy in the Driver’s Seat” – Video

Editor of Germany’s Leading Business Daily: “Obama's the Wrong Guy in the Driver’s Seat”

The editor of Germany’s leading business daily – Handelsblatt – responds to President Obama’s recent testiness at one of their reporters at the G20 Summit as a result of an editorial written in the paper by Mitt Romney’s Chief Economics Adviser Glenn Hubbard.

The editor, Gabor Steingart, explains how Barack Obama has dramatically and dangerously accelerated America’s descent into unmanageable debt, and suggests Obama is right that there can only be one President at a time – “But maybe he’s the wrong guy in the driver’s seat.”

Wild Thing's comment.............

This is outstanding!

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June 20, 2012

Romney: Everything in Obama's Lexicon Related to Employment Relates to Punishment

Mitt Romney: Everything in Obama's Lexicon Related to Employment Relates to Punishment

Mitt and Ann Romney were on with Sean Hannity tonight. The Republican nominee and his wife got a good chuckle out of Joe Biden’s latest gaffe. And, Mitt said this on the the Obama economic plan,
“Everything in his lexicon related to employment and job creators relates to punishment of some kind. How can we penalize you for doing things we don’t like. No Mr. President, make America the best place in the world for small business and you’ll see jobs again.”

Wild Thing's comment.............

Romney has been doing great with his answers and speeches.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:47 AM

June 03, 2012

Obama DOJ to Florida: Let The Dead Vote! …Update: Florida to Obama DOJ: Buzz Off ~ GOD Bless Florida!

Obama DOJ to Florida: Let The Dead Vote! …

On Friday, the Holder Justice Department ordered the State of Florida to halt its purge of dead, illegal and ineligible voters.


A simple way to help prevent voter fraud and election abuse is for states to purge voter rolls. What does this mean? Getting rid of names on voter rolls of people ineligible to vote such as illegal aliens, dead people, duplicates, etc. For nearly a year, Florida election officials have asked the Department of Homeland Security for access to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement database in order to take illegal aliens and non-citizens off Florida voter rolls. Not surprisingly, DHS has been dragging its feet and has yet to comply with the request and now, the Department of Justice is stepping into the purging process and ordering Florida, a vital swing state, to stop.

The Justice Department sent a letter to Florida Secretary of State Ken Detzner Thursday evening demanding the state cease purging its voting rolls because the process it is using has not been cleared under the Voting Rights Act, TPM has learned.

DOJ also said that Florida’s voter roll purge violated the National Voter Registration Act, which stipulates that voter roll maintenance should have ceased 90 days before an election, which given Florida’s August 14 primary, meant May 16.

Five of Florida’s counties are subject to the Voting Rights Act, but the state never sought permission from either the Justice Department or a federal court to implement its voter roll maintenance program.

Update: Florida to Obama DOJ: Buzz Off

International Business Times

Florida state officials responded to the request today. They will continue their quest to purge purportedly ineligible people from voter-registration rolls, a representative of Secretary of State Ken Detzner said Saturday.

Florida state officials will continue their quest to purge purportedly ineligible people from voter-registration rolls, a representative of Secretary of State Ken Detzner said Saturday, in defiance of objections from the U.S. Justice Department and county officials who say the policy violates two federal voting laws.

On Thursday, T. Christian Herren Jr., the head of the Justice Department’s voting section, said the effort to remove voters appears to violate the 1965 Voting Rights Act, which outlaws discriminatory voting practices that disenfranchise minorities. On a list of almost 2,700 voters the state suspects are noncitizens, blacks and Latinos were disproportionately represented, according to an analysis by the Miami Herald, which concluded Democratic and independent voters are the most likely to be targeted.

Despite the warning, Detzner’s representative said on Saturday the state intends to go forward with its campaign. “We have a year-round obligation to ensure the integrity of Florida’s elections. We will be responding to (the Justice Department’s) concerns next week,” Chris Cate wrote in an email to Reuters.

Wild Thing's comment.........

I am so glad Florida is sticking to what they need to do. Every election the democrats mess with and it makes it hard to win when they have dead people voting. sheesh

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June 02, 2012

Steny Hoyer: “Bill Clinton Was Correct” When He Defended Romney’s Work At Bain From Obama’s Attacks

Steny Hoyer: “Bill Clinton Was Correct” When He Defended Romney’s Work At Bain From Obama’s Attacks
On CNBC Rep. Steny Hoyer agrees with Pres. Clinton on how Mitt Romney is qualified to be President (June 1, 2012).

Wild Thing's comment............

Obama must be throwing hissy fits in the hallways of the WH.

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Obama's Solyndra .......Symbol of Failure

Two years ago, President Obama went to Solyndra and touted it as an example of his initiative to create jobs.

Today, the company is bankrupt and the building stands empty as a symbol of the failure of President Obama's policies.

Wild Thing's comment...........

I do like how the Romney team is on top of things, they strike back with perfect timing.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:47 AM

May 30, 2012

Romney Wins Texas and Clinches Republican Presidential Nomination ~ Congratulations!!!!

The former Massachusetts governor, the only candidate who actively campaigned in Texas, won 71 per cent of the vote, according to Fox News, CNN and NBC television.

US congressman from Texas Ron Paul won 10 per cent in his home state, Catholic conservative Rick Santorum seven per cent and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich five per cent, according to CNN.

In Texas 155 delegates were at stake -- which added to Romney's tally of 1,064 should take him well over the 1,144 nomination threshold.

Wild Thing's comment.........

Congratulations to Mitt and Ann Romney. I pray this will all get Obama OUT!!! God bless the Romney family and protect them from the Obama thug machine.

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May 26, 2012

Staples Co-founder Tom Stemberg on Mitt Romney (VIDEO)

Staples Co-founder Tom Stemberg on Mitt Romney

Wild Thing's comment.........

Obama has made a big mistake attacking business and Bain. I am glad there are people speaking out about this and not all of them have been republicans so that is even better.

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May 25, 2012

Former GE CEO: Romney More Qualified to be President Than Someone Who Handed Out Leaflets as a Community Organizer

Former GE CEO: Romney More Qualified to be President Than Someone Who Handed Out Leaflets as a Community Organizer

The Blaze

Former General Electric CEO Jack Welch appeared on CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight” to discuss the economy and the race between President Barack Obama and the presumed Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney.

Morgan challenged Romney’s claim that, by virtue of the fact that he worked in private equity, he created jobs.

“That’s not why any private equity company buys a company,” Morgan said, “They don’t buy it to create jobs. They buy it to turn it around and make a profit.”

“I agree with that,” Welch immediately.

“So is [Romney] wrong to say ‘it’s about job creation?’” Morgan asked.

Welch conceded that the former Massachusetts governor’s current “job creator” argument may not be the correct one, but he also pointed out that Romney is not wrong when he says private equity helps create good, durable, and well-paying jobs.

“You don’t create scads of jobs, but you do create good paying jobs in a continuing industry,” Welch said.

Morgan moved on and asked Welch whether he thinks the discussion over who’s more qualified to create jobs will be the thing that decides the election.

“If it is, Romney oughta’ wipe it out,” Welch said, “When you look at those things I gave you for the qualifications, compare it to someone who was handing out leaflets as a community organizer, the global experience of doing all this — Piers! It’s not even close!”

And in regards to who’s better suited to handle the economy, Morgan asked Welch if he could think of anything President Obama should be credited for.

“What do you give him credit for in terms of the economy?” Morgan asked.

Welch’s answer, though non-verbal, speaks volumes


Wild Thing's comment................

Romney may not be what many started off wanting as a candidate at the beginning of thiis election,, but one thing for sure he is vastly different then Obama.

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May 19, 2012

Mitt Romney Event in Hillsborough, NH ~ full video impressive

Mitt Romney Event in Hillsborough, NH

Mitt Romney used a 19th-century stone bridge here today to anchor his attacks against President Barack Obama, calling the 2009 economic stimulus the “largest one-time careless expenditure of government money in America’s history.”

“We have behind us a Greek chorus. And I say that because they remind us that this president is leading us toward Greece, and one reason we need to get rid of [Obama] is to make sure we don’t continue [to] have the kind of deficits that lead to Greece,” Romney saod. “So I hope that they keep up with their Greek chorus over there. My guess is that when the president speaks at the Democratic convention in Charlotte this year, he will not have Greek columnsTHIS RIGHT? behind him because he won’t want to remind people of Greece.”

“This is the absolute bridge to nowhere if there ever was one,” Romney told supporters as he motioned to the stone bridge behind him. “That’s your stimulus dollars at work — a bridge that goes nowhere. And so I hope that the president comes here, and takes a look at some of the stimulus program, there’s a long list by the way.”
Known as Sawyer Bridge, the Granite State’s bridge isn’t the same “bridge to nowhere” that was repeatedly invoked during the 2008 presidential race as an example of government waste. That bridge was in Alaska.

“It is without question the largest one-time careless expenditure of government money in American history, and the bad news is it was not just wasteful spending,” Romney continued. “It is wasteful borrowing as well because we still are going to be paying on that debt for years and years and years.”


Wild Thing's comment..........

Excellent speech. I hope you all have time to watch the video.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:47 AM

May 14, 2012

Disgusting Ron Paul-Nuts Boo Romney’s Son Josh Off Stage in AZ (Video)

Ron Paul-Nuts Boo Romney’s Son Josh Off Stage in AZ

AZ Central news

Supporters of Ron Paul booed the son of presidential hopeful Mitt Romney off the stage Saturday at the Arizona Republican Party convention as he sought to solidify support for his father’s nomination.

Hundreds of state GOP members were gathered at Grand Canyon University to elect delegates for the national convention in August in Tampa, which is expected to select Mitt Romney as the official Republican nominee to challenge President Barack Obama.

“We cannot afford four more years of President Obama,” said Josh Romney, the third of Mitt Romney’s five sons. “We need someone to step in there and turn things around.”

But Josh had to stop repeatedly as people booed and yelled for Paul, who has continued campaigning in the Republican primary. All other challengers, including Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich, have dropped out of the race, and Romney has a commanding lead over Paul in the estimated delegate count.


Wild Thing's comment...........

This is so absolutely disgusting to me. You may not like Romney, you may not agree with him but for those of you that are for Ron Paul shame on you. Ron Paul is not going to be president and this kind of behavior and many other things from his followers show how horrible Ron Paul would be as President. Freaks every one of them.
Ron Paul wants to mess with the GOP convention as well, he encourages his followers to be radical and cause trouble, he has no shame and then he trys to act so innocent.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:50 AM | Comments (3)

May 10, 2012

Mitt Romney Responds to President Obama’s Support of Gay Marriage ~ GREAT Response by Mitt

Mitt Romney responded to President Obama’s public support of gay marriage. Romney said, “My view is that marriage itself is a relationship between a man and a woman. That’s my own preference, and I know other people have differing views. This is a very tender and sensitive topic.”


Wild Thing's comment.......

Mitt will get attacked for this but only by those wanting the left agenda. I am glad Mitt said what he did. Like Rush and many others have said. Stick to conservative principles and a person can win.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:50 AM | Comments (2)

May 02, 2012

WHEN - November 2012 comes, it WILL matter who you vote for! ~ Important Read

Be sure to read to the end .......

WHEN - he refused to disclose who donated money to his election campaign, as other candidates had done, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he received endorsements from people like Louis Farrakhan, Nation o...f Islam Leader, Muramar Kaddafi and Hugo Chavez, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - it was pointed out that he was a total newcomer and had absolutely no experience at anything except community organizing, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he chose friends and acquaintances such as unrepentant terrorist bomber Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn who were revolutionary radicals, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - his voting record in the Illinois Senate and in the U.S. Senate came into question, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he refused to wear a flag lapel pin and did so only after a public outcry, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - people started treating him as a Messiah and children in schools were taught to sing his praises, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he stood with his hands over his groin area for the playing of the National Anthem and Pledge of Allegiance, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he surrounded himself in the White House with advisors who were pro-gun control, pro-abortion, pro-homosexual marriage and wanting to curtail freedom of speech to silence the opposition, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he said he favors sex education in kindergarten, including homosexual indoctrination, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - his personal background was either scrubbed or hidden and nothing could be found about him, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - the place of his birth was called into question, and he refused to produce a birth certificate, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he had an association in Chicago with Tony Rezko - a man of questionable character and who is now a felon in prison and had helped Obama to a sweet deal on the purchase of his home - people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - it became known that George Soros, a multi-billionaire Marxist, spent a ton of money to get him elected, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he started appointing White House Czars that were radicals, revolutionaries, and even avowed Marxist /Communists, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he stood before the Nation and told us that his intentions were to "fundamentally transform this Nation" into something else, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - questioned about ACORN, he said "I have heard of them, but don't know too much about them" -then, when it became known that he had trained ACORN workers in Chicago and served as an attorney for ACORN, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he appointed cabinet members and several advisors who were tax cheats and socialists, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he appointed a Science Czar, John Holdren, who believes in forced abortions, mass sterilizations and seizing babies from teen mothers, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he appointed avowed communist Cass Sunstein as Regulatory Czar who believes in "Explicit Consent," harvesting human organs without family consent and allowing animals to be represented in court, while banning all hunting, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he appointed Kevin Jennings, a homosexual and organizer of a group called Gay, Lesbian, Straight, Education Network as Safe School Czar and it became known that he had a history of bad advice to teenagers, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he appointed Mark Lloyd as Diversity Czar who believes in curtailing free speech, taking from one and giving to another to spread the wealth, who supports Hugo Chavez, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - Valerie Jarrett, an avowed Socialist, was selected as Obama's Senior White House Advisor, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - Anita Dunn, White House Communications Director, said Mao Tse Tung was her favorite philosopher and the person she turned to most for inspiration, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he appointed Carol Browner, a well known socialist as Global Warming Czar working on Cap and Trade as the nation's largest tax, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he appointed Van Jones, an ex-con and avowed Communist as Green Energy Czar, who since had to resign when this was made known, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - Tom Daschle, Obama's pick for Health and Human Services Secretary could not be confirmed because he was a tax cheat, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - Tim "Turbo Tax" Geithner, Secretary of the Treasure and in charge of the IRS, was found to be a tax cheat, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - as President of the United States, he bowed to the King of Saudi Arabia, people said it didn't matter..

WHEN - he traveled around the world criticizing America and never once talking of her greatness, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - his actions concerning the Middle East seemed to support the Palestinians over Israel, our long time ally, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he took American tax dollars to resettle thousands of Palestinians from Gaza to the United States, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he upset the Europeans by removing plans for a missile defense system against the Russians, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he played politics in Afghanistan by not sending troops early-on when the Field Commanders said they were necessary to win, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he started spending us into a debt that was so big we could not pay it off, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he took a huge spending bill under the guise of stimulus and used it to pay off organizations, unions, and individuals that got him elected, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he took over insurance companies, car companies, banks, etc., people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - He returned the gift from England to the U.S. - a bust of Winston Churchill given in honor of the two countries allied effort in WWII - because he loathes England and the U.S. For being what his father called "Colonialists" - people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he took away student loans from the banks and put it through the government, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he designed plans to take over the health care system and put it under government control, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he claimed he was a Christian during the election and tapes were later made public that showed Obama speaking to a Muslim group and 'stating' that he was raised a Muslim, was educated as a Muslim, and is still a Muslim, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he set into motion a plan to take over the control of all energy in the United States through Cap and Trade, people said it didn't matter.

WHEN - he finally completed his transformation of America into a Socialist State , people woke up--- but it was too late. Add these up one by one and you get a phenomenal score that points to the fact that Barrack Hussein Obama is determined to turn America into a Marxist-Socialist society. All of the items in the preceding paragraphs have been put into place. All can be documented very easily. Before you disavow this do an Internet search. The last paragraph alone is not yet cast in stone. You and I will write that paragraph.

Will it read as above or will it be a more happy ending for most of America ?

Don't just belittle the opposition. Search for the truth. We all need to pull together or watch the demise of a free democratic society. Pray for Americans to seek the truth and take action for it will keep us FREE. Our biggest enemy is not China, Russia, North Korea or Iran . Our biggest enemy is a contingent of politicians in Washington , DC . The government will not help, so we need to do it ourselves.

Question....will you delete this, or pass it on to others who don't know about Obama's actions and plans for the USA, so that they may know how to vote in November, 2012 and the ensuing years?

It's your decision. I believe it does matter. How about you?

WHEN - November 2012 comes, it will matter who you vote for!

"When you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing; when you see that money is flowing to those who deal not in goods, but in favors; when you see that men get rich more easily by graft than by work, and your laws no longer protect you against them, but protect them against you… you may know that your society is doomed." … Ayn Rand

Wild Thing's comment.......

A friend posted this on Facebook yesterday and I thought it was really good.

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April 17, 2012

Herman Cain On Newt Gingrich: ‘I don’t know what’s going on in his head" VIDEO

Herman Cain on Gingrich: ‘I don’t know what’s going on in his head’ VIDEO

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/04/16/herman-cain-on-gingrich-i-dont-know-whats-going-on-in-his-head-video/#ixzz1sHJjMVV1

Former presidential candidate Herman Cain told The Daily Caller that he doesn’t know why former House Speaker Newt Gingrich is still in the Republican presidential race and doesn’t “know what’s going on in his head.”

“Everybody knows that Speaker Gingrich is not going to get the nomination, probably,” Cain explained. “It would have to take an absolute long-shot mix-up of everything that would happen at the convention. I don’t know what’s going on in his head, so I can’t comment.”

Wild Thing's comment......

It is weird, I am surprised at how much Newt is about Newt and not about our country. He is as much a narcissist as Obama.

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April 15, 2012

Major Pro-Life Groups Endorse Mitt Romney: “Now is the Time to United behind Gov. Mitt Romney to Defeat the Most Ideologically Pro-Abortion President in our Nation’s History”

Major Pro-Life Groups Endorse Mitt Romney: “Now is the Time to United behind Gov. Mitt Romney to Defeat the Most Ideologically Pro-Abortion President in our Nation’s History”

Washington Times

Mitt Romney received the endorsement this week of two of the nation’s major Pro-Life groups. They are calling on people to “unite behind Gov. Romney” in order to defeat the radically pro-abortion President, Barack Obama:

GOP presidential front-runner Mitt Romney got back-to-back endorsements from prominent pro-life groups Thursday, signaling that anti-abortion forces will overlook his previous pro-choice positions in their shared desire to defeat President Obama in the general election.

The Susan B. Anthony List threw its support behind Mr. Romney in a morning news release and National Right-to-Life, the nation’s oldest and largest pro-life organization, followed suit with a news conference at the National Press Club in Washington.

“Now is the time to unite behind Gov. Romney in order to defeat the most ideologically pro-abortion president in our nation’s history,” said Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the Susan B. Anthony List. She added that her group plans to spend $10 million to $12 million in Senate and presidential battleground states “mobilizing pro-life voters to ensure victory.”

The group had endorsed Rick Santorum’s president bid in February, but the former Pennsylvania senator dropped out of the race this week, prompting the group to swing its support behind Mr. Romney, who says he has moved from pro-choice to pro-life over the course of his political career.


Wild Thing's comment..........

As it states these are the same groups that had endorsed Santorum earlier.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:45 AM

April 11, 2012

Santorum Drops Out As He Should and Egomaniac Newt Gingrich Stays In

“Ladies and gentleman, we made the decision to get into this race at our kitchen table against all the odds. We made a decision over the weekend that while this presidental race for us is over for me and we will suspend our campaign effective today. We are not done fighting.”

Santorum did not endorse Mitt Romney, and never mentioned him by name.

FOX News

Newt Gingrich Issues Statement on Santorum’s Departure, Tells Mike Huckabee He’ll ‘Finally Get to Be 1-on-1 With Romney’

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich was just on the Mike Huckabee Radio show, and commented on Santorum suspending his own presidential campaign just moments ago. On the show, Gingrich discussed finally getting to be ’1-on-1′ with Romney, how he will campaign going forward, and a possible debate in North Carolina with the current front-runner.

Newt Calls on Santorum Supporters to Join His Campaign

“I am committed to staying in this race all the way to Tampa so that the conservative movement has a real choice. I humbly ask Senator Santorum’s supporters to visit Newt.org to review my conservative record and join us as we bring these values to Tampa. We know well that only a conservative can protect life, defend the Constitution, restore jobs and growth and return to a balanced budget."


Wild Thing's comment........

Santorumdid not mention Romney at all. But he did do something or say something that showed his problem with the truth. Santorum while making his speech said he had never been negative during the campaign. And yet he has been the most negative of all the candidates from the very beginning. His attacks on Rick Perry, and Romney were over the top and he lied about both of them. But if that is what Rick Santorum wants to believe that he is some mr. nice guy I could care less. He is his own worst enemy since he would rather lie then just say they all fought hard or something like that. sheesh.

Newt Gingrich LOL I am sorry but this guy is a joke imo. He has been at the bottom even sometimes below Ron Paul in the votes and polls. Newt's ego is so huge he has lost reality. He is determined to go to the convention no matter what. If I were Romney I would ignore Newt and just keep moving forward with ads about Obama and the heck with egomaniac Newt. Newt is NOT about America, Newt is about Newt.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:47 AM

April 04, 2012

Mitt Romney Wins Wisconsin, Maryland and D.C. Primaries ~ CONGRATULATIONS!

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Romney’s speech contrasted his desire to “restore America” as opposed to Barack Obama’s effort to radically “transform America.” Romney said what America needs is an “opportunity” society, not Obama’s “Government-centered society.”

Romney: “President Obama thinks he's doing a good job, I'm not kidding. He actually thinks he's doing a great job.

"It's enough to make you think that years of flying around on Air Force One, surrounded by an adoring staff of true believers telling you what a great job you are doing, well, that might be enough to make you a little out of touch"



Wild Thing's comment.........

If you get a chance to watch the entire speech he gave it is excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I am so glad he won all of them. We need this thing to get to the point where our candidate can concentrate on Obama and that is what Mitt is doing.

"Romney said what America needs is an “opportunity” society, not Obama’s “Government-centered society.” ....I like this.

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March 27, 2012

Gingrich Begins Charging $50 for Photos at Events ~ Oh my Gosh!

Gingrich Begins Charging $50 for Photos at Events

National Journal

HOCKESSIN, Del. – In a sign that his campaign is in need of fresh funds, Newt Gingrich on Monday began charging $50 to have a photograph taken with him following a campaign speech to Republican groups here in the northernmost part of the state.

It was the first time that the former House speaker has charged those attending one of his public speaking events to pose for a photograph with him. Lately, a member of his campaign staff has been snapping photos of any interested attendee and later posting them online at the campaign’s website, newt.org.

On Monday night, those paying for a photograph were also told they could find their photos on Gingrich’s website, after they had filled out a form providing their credit card information.

The campaign limped out of the month of February posting more debt than cash on hand. And poor showings in the recent primaries of Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama – all southern states Gingrich had once expressed optimism he could win – are likely to not help any fundraising pushes.

Gingrich held only one public event on Monday – in Hockessin, located in a state that votes on Apr. 24. He was scheduled to travel to North Carolina on Wednesday, but that trip was cancelled today in favor of campaigning in the Washington D.C. area. The speaker will spend his next two days there and in Maryland before heading to Wisconsin at the end of the week.

Wild Thing's comment......

WOW just wow. His ego willl not allow him to get out of the race and he can't afford to stay in. He is a mess.

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March 26, 2012

NOT Presidential Santorum Curses on Rope Line in Wisconsin

FOX News

Rick Santorum got testy with reporters following a campaign speech Franksville, Wis. in which he said GOP rival Mitt Romney would be "the worst Republican in the country to put up against Barack Obama."

Surrounded by reporters seeking clarification on that comment after the speech, Santorum said he was only talking about the issue of health care.

"That’s what I was talking about, and I was very clear about talking about that. OK? C’mon guys, don’t do this. I mean you guys are incredible," Santorum said.

"I was talking about Obamacare, and he is the worst because he was the author of Romneycare,” he added.

But questions on the "worst Republican" statement kept coming as the senator worked the rope line, and Santorum eventually let loose with an expletive.

"Quit distorting our words, it's bulls---," Santorum told New York Times reporter Jeff Zeleny. "Come on man, what are you doing?"


Wild Thing's comment......

Sorry everyone but there is nothing about Santorum that is Presidential. I am not a prude, heck I am married to a Navy Veteran. heh heh But Nick is not running for President and Santorum is and can you imagine Ronald Reagan responding like Santorum has done....no way. Of course Reagan would not have said the stupid comment Santorum said in the first place about voting for Obama.

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March 23, 2012

Sen. Jim DeMint calls for GOP assessment of race, praises Mitt Romney!!!!

Sen. Jim DeMint calls for GOP assessment of race, praises Romney!!!!


"I can tell conservatives from my perspective is that, I'm not only comfortable with Romney, I'm excited about the possibility of him possibly being our nominee," DeMint said. "Again, this is not a formal endorsement and I do not intend to do that right now but I just think we just need to look at where we are."

DeMint said Thursday he was "impressed" after his meeting with Romney.

"His leadership skills, the fact that he hasn't lived his life in Washington. There's a lot to like there," DeMint said.

The other candidates in the race – including former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum – need to make an honest assessment of where the race currently stands, DeMint said.


Rick Santorum prefers Barack Obama to Mitt Romney

Here is video of Rick Santorum today speaking in San Antonio, Texas

In Texas yesterday, Santorum suggested he’d reelect President Obama over Romney. "If you’re going to be a little different, we might as well stay with what we have instead of taking a risk with what may be the Etch-a-sketch candidate of the future,” he said.

Romney responded in a statement, “I was disappointed to hear that Rick Santorum would rather have Barack Obama as president than a Republican. ... Any of the Republicans running would be better than President Obama and his record of failure.”


Wild Thing's comment.........

That was great from Sen. DeMint, he did not endorse Romney but he did pay him high compliments as to how he feels about him.

Regarding Santorum he has lost his senses. His jealousy or whatever it is toward Romney has become an obsession it seems. Either that or he hates him more then he hates or dislikes Obama. I can't imagine anyone saying they would vote for Obama when we have a chance to get him out of office.

Plus Santorum is supposed to be a candidate in the Republican party, my gosh!!!

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March 20, 2012

Rick Santorum: The Unemployment Rate Doesn't Matter To Me ~ WOW!

SANTORUM: "I don't care what the unemployment rate's going to be. Doesn't matter to me."

Wild Thing's comment......

I guess he will backtrack about saying this in a day or two...or maybe not.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:47 AM

March 19, 2012

Santorum Compared Welfare Programs To the Tuskegee Medical Experiments ~ OMG Santorum is DISGUSTING!

Rick Santorum Was Warned That 2005 Book Could Become Fodder For Political Attacks

ABC News' Michael Falcone reports:

Rick Santorum was warned more than a year before his decisive 2006 Senate re-election defeat that the controversial book he was writing would provide his opponents with damaging ammunition to use against him.

A review of the manuscript of Santorum's book, "It Takes A Family: Conservatism and the Common Good," conducted by political operatives several months before it was published found what the reviewers called "a fair amount of political opportunities," for Santorum's rivals.

The operatives identified nearly 30 "problematic excerpts" and suggested that some of them "might want to be edited or removed from the book."

One of those passages identified in the three-page memo written in 2005, a copy of which was obtained by ABC News, compared welfare programs to the Tuskegee medical experiments that began in the 1930s.

"The Tuskegee experiments denying black men treatment for syphilis were wrong and horrific, an example of the government using its power for evil," Santorum wrote. "But in terms of the sheer numbers of people, of all races, whose lives were destroyed, pre-1996 welfare was worse."

According to the memo, those lines appeared in a pre-publication manuscript of "It Takes A Family," but were removed from the final version, which first hit store shelves on July 4, 2005.

In the book, Santorum called the enactment of welfare programs before the 1996 reforms, "the greatest social policy debacle in American history."

John Brabender, who advised Santorum on his 2006 Senate race and is a strategist for his presidential campaign, did not deny the existence of the vetting document, but emphasized that "the only thing that is based on fact is the actual book, itself."

"Everybody who was only focused on winning the political campaign were giving us much advice on moving to the middle and moderating our message, but that's not something Rick Santorum would do," Brabender said in an interview with ABC News. "On the other hand, I'm sure Mitt Romney probably would have taken advice to move to the middle if he thought there was political gain because Romney seems to focus on the next election rather than what's right for America."

Santorum went on to lose his Senate race to then Pennsylvania State Treasurer Bob Casey that year by a more than 17-point margin. And the Democrats did use some of the more controversial ideas in the book to attack Santorum. On the campaign trail Casey criticized what he called his opponent's "harsh and intolerant" writings.

Since he launched his 2012 presidential bid, Santorum's 449-page book, which includes chapters on "The Meaning of Family," "Faith-Based Transformations," and "Culture: Ally or Adversary?" has been getting a second-look from newfound opponents in his own party and from the press.

Santorum's comments in the book about women in the workplace have drawn particular scrutiny.

"Sadly the propaganda campaign launched in the 1960s has taken root," Santorum wrote on page 95. "The radical feminists succeeded in undermining the traditional family and convincing women that professional accomplishments are the key to happiness."

In a February interview on ABC's "This Week" Santorum said that his wife, Karen, had actually co-written the chapter. "What I was calling for -very clearly calling for - is a treatment of, an affirmation of whatever decision women decide to make," Santorum said in the interview.

Whether or not his wife wrote it, the passage was one of the excerpts the operatives who scoured the book for potential areas of controversy, pinpointed.

"Sen. Santorum's opponents will probably focus on what they see as its divisive undertones," the reviewers wrote in the memo, which sources familiar with its writing said was given to Santorum and his aides before the book was published. "Sen. Santorum takes on long standing elements of the Democrat base and his opponents could use this book to rally their base."

The reviewers also highlighted an excerpt in which the former Pennsylvania senator compares pro-choice Americans to Nazi Germany - a passage that made the cut.

"One of the first phases of the (Nazi) German negative eugenics movement was active euthanasia of newborns and young children with congenital malformations and mental retardation," he wrote. "Prenatal diagnosis and selective abortion of fetuses with malformations or genetic disease can be considered an earlier phase of the same philosophy - namely, the elimination of lives not worth living."

In another case, it appears that Santorum tweaked a line in which he addresses economic differences between black and white Americans.

According to the memo, the original manuscript read: "Yes, there remains a very troubling economic disparity. But for the most part, this is not due to the continuing reality of discrimination."

However, the published book reads: "Still, there remains a very troubling economic disparity between whites and blacks. And this is really the result of a missing economic fundamental: business building and wealth creation."

But much of the book's content, including many of the passages indentified by those tasked with vetting it seven years ago, have become standard Santorum talking points - like this one:

"The truth is that liberal social policy has helped to dismantle the traditional family and failed the poor individuals they aimed to liberate," he wrote in the book's second chapter titled "The Liberal Vision: No-Fault Freedom."

It appears that in the vast majority of cases, Santorum did not take the reviewers' advice to tone-down the rhetoric, nor did he heed another warning.

"It is critical that this book not include an index," the operatives noted. "An index is an easy tool for lazier political operatives and reporters to use to dig up more controversial topics in this book."

The 2005 hard-cover printing of "It Takes A Family," includes a 13-page index.


Wild Thing's comment......

For Santorum to compare the Tuskegee medical experiments with welfare in anyway is disgusting. So what if they took it out of the book, the fact that he wrote it and feels that way is what matters.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:50 AM

March 16, 2012

Romney Says Obama's Policies Responsible For High Gas Prices ~ Thank you Mitt Romney You Are Right!!!

Romney lays the blame on Obama saying “the president has not pursued policies that have convinced the world that America is going to become energy secure, energy independent" on Fox News this morning.

"His policies are responsible for not having America using the energy that we have in this country instead sending money out to other countries to buy energy from them, we could be developing resources here, creating jobs here and convincing the world that long term America's energy supply is going to grow.

Wild Thing's comment.........

People need to keep hearing this over and over and over till it sinks in that it is Obama doing this and his vile agenda!!

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:47 AM

March 13, 2012

Idiot Rick Santorum: Teleprompters Should Be Illegal (Video)

"See, I always believed that when you run for president of the United States, it should be illegal to read off a teleprompter. Because all you're doing is reading someone else's words to people"

Wild Thing's comment......

This idiot is nuts! Three is nothing wrong with using a teleprompter, Obama OVER uses them to the point of obsession. But heck even Reagan used them and most do for certain things. To say they should be illegal is more of Santorum and his prissy mini dictator running in his veins. sheesh

I can see it now...... some guy is sitting in his chair at home hoping and praying somone would just run for President one day that would make teleprompters illegal. Meanwhile the world is coming to an end. LOL

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March 08, 2012

Mitt Romney Gets the Endorsements of Congressman Aaron Schock and Missouri Senator Roy Blunt

Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock made the following statement on the upcoming Illinois primary:

“Last night, Republican voters across the country sent a strong message that Mitt Romney is the only candidate who can unite our party and defeat Barack Obama in the fall. Governor Romney has a bold plan to reform our tax code, streamline the federal government, and put this country back on a path to prosperity."

"Perhaps more importantly, he has the record and the experience to back it up. Four years ago, Barack Obama launched his bid for the Presidency from Illinois. After a first term fraught with chronic unemployment, record deficits, and a skyrocketing federal budget, it’s time to unite behind Mitt Romney and bring Barack Obama back home in November.”


Senator Roy Blunt Endorses Romney


Blunt says Romney best prepared to put America on path to economic prosperity

“As we saw during last night’s primaries, Mitt Romney's plan to help put people back to work and rein in out-of-control spending is resonating with voters nationwide. Thanks to his experience as governor and in the private sector, Mitt Romney is clearly the best prepared candidate to help put America back on a path to economic prosperity.

“In a few weeks, Missourians will make their choice during our state caucuses. I’m proud to support Governor Romney's bold agenda to jumpstart our nation's economy, and I urge my fellow Missourians who are looking for a fiscally responsible leader to support his candidacy for president.”


Wild Thing's comment.........

I am not sure but I think I remember that Illinois Congressman Aaron Schock was the youngest Congressman.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:45 AM

March 07, 2012

Mitt Romney WINS Six States on Super Tuesday ~ Congratulations!!

Mitt Romney WINS Six States


Rick Santorum
North Dakota

Newt Gingrich

Ron Paul


Wild Thing's comment.........

Congratulations to Mitt Romney. It was close for Ohio most of the evening till all the bigger cities were counted.

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March 05, 2012

Ron Paul: No Federal Financial Aid for Tornado Victims

Ron Paul: No Federal Financial Aid for Tornado Victims

Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, stood by his libertarian beliefs on Sunday, saying that victims of the violent storms and tornadoes that have battered a band of states in the South and Midwest in recent days should not be given emergency financial aid from the federal government.

"There is no such thing as federal money," Paul said, on CNN’s State of the Union. "Federal money is just what they steal from the states and steal from you and me."

"The people who live in tornado alley, just as I live in hurricane alley, they should have insurance," Paul said.

Paul said there was a role for the National Guard to restore order and provide care and shelter in major emergencies, but that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) led to nothing but "frustration and anger."

"To say that any accident that happens in the country, send in FEMA, send in the money, the government has all this money—it is totally out of control and it's not efficient," Paul said

Wild Thing's comment.....

What a horrible person. He has no sympathy for people that have gone through a natural disaster. WOW!
It is not like these people did this to themselves. And just to use their insurance will not be enough to recover. Entire towns were destroyed and many lives.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:55 AM

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor Endorses Mitt Romney~ Fantastic!!!!

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House Majority Leader Eric Cantor Endorses Mitt Romney on Meet the Press.
"What I have seen is a very hard-fought primary. And we have seen now that the central issue about the campaign now is the economy," Cantor told moderator David Gregory. "I just think there's one candidate in the case who can do that, and it's Mitt Romney."

Cantor is the highest-ranking Republian member of Congress to make an endorsement in the primary. Moreover, Cantor has emerged as a national political figurehead for conservatives on Capitol Hill.

Wild Thing's comment.........

Several newspapers also siad they endorsed Romney so he had a good weekend.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:50 AM

Sen. Tom Coburn Endorses Mitt Romney ~ Another Conservative For Mitt

Sen. Tom Coburn Endorses Mitt Romney!

Sen. Tom Coburn: Mitt Romney best equipped to solve problems facing our nation.


America faces the greatest challenges of any in my lifetime. Our debt is now the size of our entire economy. If we don't change course in the near future, we will face an economic catastrophe far worse than our recent recession.

At the same time, we're facing a crisis of leadership in Washington. The problems and solutions are widely understood — and far from impossible to implement — yet our so-called leaders have shown little interest in solving problems. President Obama campaigned as a transformational leader, yet he has rejected transformational solutions such as the Simpson-Bowles plan that gave Washington a framework for averting a debt crisis.

Elections are about choices. This November, the most important choice facing the American people will be whether we will demand a solution and avert a debt crisis or whether we will continue to accept the status quo and hope for the best. I'm confident the vast majority of Americans on both sides of the aisle want a solution. The next choice, then, is deciding who is best qualified to enact a solution.

In life, and especially politics, our choices are seldom perfect and often difficult. But it is critically important to make a choice and support the person who is best equipped to solve the urgent problems before us. In my view, that person is Mitt Romney.

From my experience, Washington tends to be divided between two groups — leaders and career politicians. Leaders tend to have a wealth of real-world experience outside of politics and are in office to give rather than take something from their position. Career politicians, on the other hand, mean well but are ill-equipped to solve problems. Their greatest skill is getting re-elected.

I'm proud to support Romney because he is a leader. What Romney has done in his 25 years in the private sector is precisely what we need a president to do in Washington. Romney has done hard things. He has turned businesses around, told people hard truths about what needed to be done, inspired confidence and overcome excuses. Romney is not a career politician or a career legislator. As a former governor and business leader, he is an executive who knows how to use executive power.

My endorsement is in no way an instruction on how Oklahomans should vote. Yet having served with the other candidates, I do know something about the field. Each candidate has admirable qualities. However, on too many occasions I have seen each behave like career politicians rather than leaders. The most important test for anyone in public life is what they do with power. Too often, the other candidates displayed political expediency rather than moral courage and rationalized poor decisions that put Republicans ahead of the republic.

Just last week, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said we are about to go over a massive fiscal cliff. We can't afford to elect a career politician at this decisive moment in our history. We need to elect a leader. I'm confident that leader is Mitt Romney.


Wild Thing's comment.........

Sen. Coburn's a good man and a tuff fiscal conservative . Many of you will remember the video that many of us posted before of Sen. Coburn saying:

“There’s a lot of candidates out there. I’m not inclined to be a supporter of Newt Gingrich’s having served under him for four years and personally experienced his leadership, There’s all types of leaders. Leaders that instill confidence, leaders that are somewhat abrupt and brisk. Leaders that have one standard for the people that they’re leading and a different standard for themselves. I just found his leadership lacking,” Coburn said.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:47 AM

March 04, 2012

Mitt Romney Wins Washington GOP Presidential Caucuses – Congratulations!!!!

Wild Thing's comment.........

The next big day will be Super Tuesday.

Congratulations to Mitt Romney on his win in Washington. I am just glad it was not Santorum, sorry but I really do not lke him at all.

In November I will vote, no way would I be able to sleep at night if i did not at least try to keep Obama from being elected again.

As you all know my vote in the Primary went to Rick Perry. I hope you each get a chance to vote for the one you prefer in the Primary. I know some of you will not be able to vote for Perry now that he has pulled out.

More then anything we need to keep praying for our beloved country.

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March 03, 2012

Huckabee's Presidential Forum 3 on Fox News Tonight at 8:00 PM EST

Mike Huckabee's Presidential Forum 3 on Fox News beginning at 8:00 PM EST.

Three of the four GOP Presidential Candidates will attend the forum on Jobs. Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and Newt Gingrich will appear in person with Huckabee. Ron Paul will not attend, choosing instead to campaign in the State of Washington, which holds its Caucuses on Saturday.


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These Forums are good, this is the 3rd one and the other two were excellent.

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March 02, 2012

Beautiful Ann Romney Wife of GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney on Fox & Friends This Morning

Ann Romney – wife of GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney – on Fox & Friends this morning, where she hit back at former President Bill Clinton, who recently said Mitt Romney’s Dad would be “turning over in his grave” because he opposed the bailouts of the auto companies.

Ann Romney said, “Oh no. Mitt’s father would be cheering – would be with Mitt 100%. . . So no, Mitt’s father would be cheering, cheering with Mitt.”

Ann Romney is a great asset to Mitt Romney’s Campaign – maybe his best asset! They need to keep her in front of the cameras as much as possible.

Mitt Romney, like the other presidential candidates, opposed the bailout, even penning a 2008 op-ed titled "Let Detroit Go Bankrupt." Romney has explained that letting the auto companies go bankrupt wouldn't mean liquidating them, "but allowing them to go to the bankruptcy court to reorganize and come out stronger. That's what happened."

Romney says he would have given banks federal loan guarantees so they could loan Detroit the necessary money, instead of having the government offer the loan directly. But the financial crisis created an environment in 2008 in which banks were reticent to give huge loans to the auto companies, and the White House insists the private capital wasn't there to save the companies.


Please take a minute and watch this short video by Neil Cavuto about Ann Romney.

Wild Thing's comment..........

I like her a lot, she speaks well, is pretty, smart, and has a lot of class. I also agree with what Mitt has said about the auto bailout. It is one thing to help out a company and another to just hand them a ton of money ( our tax dollars) and take the chance of them not making big changes that got them into trouble in the first place.

I lilke Neil Cavuto. It was good to see Neil Cavuto speak about Ann Romney. They are both inspiring examples of ongoing courage through their chronic health issues.

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February 29, 2012

Mitt Romney Wins Michigan and AZ. ~ Congratulations!!

by Jennifer Rubin at The Washington Post

Mitt Romney was as relaxed and loose in his victory speech as we have seen him since New Hampshire. He had dodged a bullet in his home state (he conceded that he had not won by a lot) and steadied his campaign in time for Super Tuesday.

Romney went after the president’s record and the anemic recovery. “We need a recovery from this so-called recovery,” he cracked, reminding the crowd that President Obama had two years with a Democratic majority in Congress to enact any policies he wanted.

In ticking of the contrasts with the president on everything from Obamacare to taxes, Romney used the time to focus the race on the economy. He marched through his own fiscal and tax agenda, and in some detail. In doing so, he was plainly seeking to connect with Republicans around the country with the fiscal conservative message that helped him win in Michigan.

He also won by 38 to 31 percent over Rick Santorum voters who made up their minds today, suggesting there may have been a backlash against Santorum’s robocalls to Democrats. Moreover, Santorum went to Ohio while Romney stayed and battled for the final votes in Michigan.

As for other demographic groups, Santorum lost Catholic voters, perhaps offended by his remark that JFK’s 1960 speech made him “throw up.” Santorum lost male voters by one point and women by five, suggesting the gender gap is still an issue for him.

Although Romney lost the very conservative vote, he won the somewhat conservative vote handily.

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I am so glad Santorum did not win. During ithe afternoon yesterday they were showing a lot of democrats that had voted for Santorum and each one said they did it because they can Santorum to win and then they will vote in the General for their guy......OBAMA. They all said basically the same thing, they want Obama to win another term.

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February 28, 2012

Desperate Santorum Robocall Urges Democrats to Come Out & Vote Against Romney ~ DISGUSTING!

Santorum Robocall Urges Democrats to Come Out & Vote Against Romney

LANSING, MI — Rick Santorum’s campaign is locked in a tight battle with Mitt Romney ahead of Tuesday’s Michigan primary. On Monday his camp started openly courting a demographic that’s not often reached out to in GOP primaries: Democrats.

Michigan’s primary rules allow Dems to vote in the state’s GOP primaries.

Following some speculation that the robocall may have been a “false flag” effort designed to harm Santorum, a spokesman Hogan Gidley confirmed to TPM that they were indeed footing the bill, and reaching beyond party lines. “If we can get the Reagan Democrats in the primary, we can get them in the general,” he told TPM.

It’s a controversial tactic. Bill Ballenger, a longtime Michigan politico and the editor of Inside Michigan Politics, spoke with TPM about the call earlier in the day. He said the call piqued his interest because it sounded like it could have come from a union targeting Romney ahead of the Feb. 28 primary. The call focuses on Romney’s opposition to the auto bailout and calls on Democrats to vote for Santorum Tuesday because of it.

“It went on and on like this and I kept listening because I kind of smelled a rat,” Ballenger said. “And finally at the very end, in a tagline it says, ‘this call was paid for by the Santorum for president committee.’”

I asked Ballenger, who’s followed many elections in Michigan, if the Santorum call classifies as playing dirty.

“This is a dirty trick,” he said. “I mean, first of all you know how these robocalls are. You get one, generally speaking, you kind of after the first couple of sentences you know what they’re after. If you don’t hang up right away you get the message, right? Well, most people don’t listen all the way through [and] you have to listen to the bitter end of this one to get the clincher. Otherwise, you’d hang up and you’d be convinced this came out of UAW Solidarity House or the Obama reelection campaign.”

What’s more, Ballenger said, the messenger delivering an attack on Romney for opposing the auto bailout is a little disingenuous.

“You talk about chutzpah: here’s Santorum who’s just as opposed to the bailout as Romney is, but he’s putting out robocalls to Democrats urging them to crossover and vote in the Republican for Santorum,” Ballenger said. “The only thing intellectually in the whole message that it seems to be the Santorum committee could use to justify this tactic is the one line that, you know, ‘Romney was all too happy to support bailing out Wall Street, but not Michigan.’ Santorum is in the position all along of ‘a plague on both their houses. No bailouts for anybody.’”


Wild Thing's comment......

Santorum truly is a disgusting person. Santorum is nothing but a hypocritical self-righteous moralist.

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February 26, 2012

Governor Jan Brewer Endorses Mitt Romney ~ Thank You Gov. Brewer!!

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Two days before her state's primary, Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona on Sunday endorsed Mitt Romney for the Republican presidential nomination.

"I'm going to publicly endorse Mitt Romney. I think he's the man that carried the day," Brewer said on the NBC program "Meet the Press."

The endorsement is considered a boost for Romney in Arizona, a conservative state where he is favored in Tuesday's primary against rivals Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul.

"I think he has that pro-business background and he has that political history that I think he would serve America the best of all the candidates," Brewer said, adding that Romney also has the best chance of defeating President Barack Obama in November.

Wild Thing's comment.........

Well I am glad! Of all the candidates left the ONLY one I could vote for and not be sick to my stomach is Romney. The next lesser sick feeling would be Newt and I rate Santorum and Ron Paul on the same level of over the top sickening and dangerous.

Of course Rick Perry is and always will be my first choice....deep sigh. One day I hope he runs again. He is the one true rock solid conservative that was in the presidential race.

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February 25, 2012

Arlen Specter Denies Rick Santorum Claim of a Deal for His Support of SCOTUS Nominees; Santorum Stands by His Story

Sen. Arlen Specter absolutely denying he ever made a promise to Rick Santorum regarding Supreme Court Nominees in exchange for Santorum’s support during his U.S. Senate re-election bid in 2004. Santorum has defended his support for Specter by saying he only did it to make sure conservative Supreme Court Nominees got through the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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What a mess Santorum better get his facts straight. Or is Arlen Specter telling a lie. hahahhaa

My guess would be that Santorum stretched the truth, how much who knows.

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February 23, 2012

Newt Gingrich Campaign Warned 2nd Time for Financial Dealings ~ This is NOT Good!!!

Gingrich Campaign Warned 2nd Time for Financial Dealings

The Washington Times

Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign has received a second warning from the Federal Election Commission (FEC) for widespread financial irregularities, saying the campaign must disclose why nearly $1 million was paid to the candidate, staff and a small group of fundraising consultants for questionable reimbursements.
But hours after the FEC letter on its 2011 finances became public, the campaign filed a report for a newer time period, January, that indicated that the problems have become far worse.

The campaign transferred Mr. Gingrich $88,000 last month for unspecified “travel” expenses, a pace far higher than he paid himself over the course of 2011, a federal report filed Monday showed. It was part of $220,000 in mystery money that month that went to people close to Mr. Gingrich on top of their salaries, raising the issue of potential self-dealing.

The FEC warning letter was issued the day The Washington Times documented the suspect reimbursements.

Gingrich spokesman R.C. Hammond had told The Times that the payments were a result of Mr. Gingrich footing bills early in the campaign and getting reimbursed because no bank would give the campaign a credit card. He had said the campaign was finally able to obtain a credit card late last year, so there would be no reason for the pattern to continue in 2012.

The January payments came in two checks over four days at the end of the month. He would not explain the discrepancy this week.

The FEC’s objections are not to the idea of a candidate and staff fronting costs and getting reimbursed, but because the technique has caused a huge segment of the campaign’s expenditures to become a black box. Rule books say every restaurant, vendor, hotel or other company that receives more than $200 in donated funds must be disclosed, even if a billing conduit is used.

A separate disclosure Monday showed that Becky Burkett, a former top official of a nonprofit Mr. Gingrich headed who now runs a pro-Gingrich super PAC called Winning Our Future, paid herself $220,000 in donated money last month — making more in 20 days than any other super PAC official has made in total since the groups exploded onto the scene, a review by The Times showed.



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How can a candidate say he wants to fix our economy when he can't even run his campaign honestly....it is a financial mess.

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Santorum Loses


by Rich Lowry at National Review

Rick Santorum’s night was defined by explaining why he voted for things he opposed (NCLB, Title X). He’s right that politics is a “team sport” (at least most of the time), but that’s not the best posture to be defending when you’re occupying his slot in a Republican presidential primary. He didn’t know when to let go on the earmark discussion, which he couldn’t possibly win. He gave the best possible defense of his Specter endorsement, but as Romney said it was convoluted. Again and again Santorum got tangled up in his Senate record. Overall, he was too defensive, too insider, too complicated.

Romney came loaded to bear with oppo and was deft enough to use it effectively, catching Santorum, for instance, apparently having it both ways on Title X.

Wild Thing's comment........

imo Romney was the best in the debate last night. Santorum while others spoke would make a lot of weird faces. He behaved like a spoiled child when confronted. Newty had some funny lines and so did Ron Paul.

There was almost a feeling of relilef from all of them that this debate would be the last one for awhile. I can imagine they are all sick of the debates. I sure would be. hahaha

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February 19, 2012

Tax Foundation Rips Santorum Tax Plan Grade: D+

Tax Foundation Rips Santorum Tax Plan

The Wall Street Journal

An antitax advocacy group zinged Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum’s tax plan, giving him a grade of “D+” grade and the dubious honor of proposing what “may be the worst idea of any of the Republican candidates.”

The Tax Foundation, a Washington nonprofit that supports lower taxes, blasted Mr. Santorum’s tax proposal in a blog post, just days after the former Pennsylvania senator’s near-victory in the Iowa caucuses.

”The good news is Santorum has gotten more specific about his tax plan since last month when we gave him a D+,” economist William McBride wrote on Thursday. “The bad news is… he’s gotten more specific.”

Mr. McBride said the biggest problem with Mr. Santorum’s proposal is the sharply different corporate tax rates he would establish. Mr. Santorum would halve the corporate tax rate to 17.5% from its current top rate of 35%. Manufacturers, however, would not have to pay any corporate taxes.

Mr. McBride said the idea is “grossly unfair,” and unlikely to gain traction in Washington. If it did, he said, many businesses would “suddenly claim to be a manufacturer.”

The Santorum campaign did not return requests for comment.

The tax group also took aim at Santorum’s suggestion to triple the tax deduction families can take for each child. “This is obviously a big tax cut, and might spur growth, or it might just spur child making,” Mr. McBride wrote. The Tax Foundation echoed concerns expressed earlier this week by the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center that tripling the child tax deduction could push more low-income families off the tax rolls.

While the Santorum campaign has filled in some of the details in recent weeks, big ones remain missing, Mr. McBride wrote. The plan would collapse the current six rates to just two — 10% and 28% — but it doesn’t specify who would pay those rates, he said, adding: ”That’s kind of important.”


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This Santorum guy really turns my stomach. The 0 percent for manufacturers is most likely Rick’s way of paying back his union buddies, who will just support the libs anyway. It’s also playing favorites. It’s funny that I heard him call this a “flat tax”, even though it’s 17 percent and 0 percent, two different tax rates. I don’t understand why he doesn’t call for eradicating the Capital Gains Tax. Makes no sense to me at all.

And every tax deduction that favors one person is using government force to take those same tax dollars from somebody else. People should only have children if they can afford them on their own — not by forcing their childless neighbors to carry their tax burden. Santorum has a lot of kids so of course he wants this.

Rick Perry's plan was the best and it received A's and A+ on every write up I read about it.

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February 18, 2012

Excellent Mitt Romney Ad About Obama on the 3 Year Anniversary of the Economic Stimulus (Video)

ROMNEY: President Obama spent $787 billion on his failed stimulus. But instead of seeing an improved economy, we have only seen trillions in deficits and an explosion in the federal debt

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While Santorum is busy running ads filled with jealousy about Romney;'s wealth, Mitt Romney is putting out this excellent ad about Obama. I wish Romney would do more of these kinds of ads. I am terrifired people will not feel the urgency of getting Obama out of office.

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February 15, 2012

Report: Santorum’s Fiscal Record Not in Line With Tea Party

Rick Perry's points out that Senator Rick Santorum as a Pennsylvania Senator was a "Big Washington Spender" voting for "Ear Marks" . He voted for the Bridge to Nowhere TWO TIMES and repeatedly voted to protect unions.

Report: Santorum’s Fiscal Record Not in Line With Tea Party

Rick Santorum, who has emerged recently as an enduring conservative alternative to frontrunner Mitt Romney, is starting to feel the heat for his record. To start with, an op ed in the Miami Herald takes Santorum to task for multiple violations of Tea Party orthodoxy on fiscal issues:

Supporters of the tea party movement, the grass-roots conservatives who’ve been relentless in demanding tough, lean budgets, are rallying behind Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum – but Santorum‘s record suggests he’s hardly one of them. [...]

Yet while Santorum was a U.S. senator from Pennsylvania from 1995 to 2007, he was hardly the kind of die-hard fiscal conservative whom movement followers crave.

Among other things, the article accuses Santorum of getting close to $1 billion in earmarks, while voting for similarly wasteful projects like the infamous Bridge to Nowhere. It also points out his vote for the Prescription Drug Benefit as an example of his willingness to spend, and shares the reservations of leaders from several of the major fiscally conservative organizations, such as the National Taxpayers’ Union and the Club for Growth.

Santorum’s record on earmarks and spending, according to these sources, isn’t liberal enough to raise too many alarm bells, but is a long way from the sort of “no new spending” principled conservatism of a Jim DeMint or a Rand Paul. The article also claims that political expediency has been a deciding factor in more than a few cases where Santorum’s voting record is concerned, though he has a consistent record in favor of tax cuts.


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Santorum has been a big spender of our tax dollars and it will be up to the people to decide how much they care about that. So far what I have seen from the tea party movement and what they said they wanted and what they came through in supporting has been two different things. Perry had it all and my guess is there are a lot of tea party people that wish now they had thrown their support to Rick Perry.

One thing for sure this is the craziest election.

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February 13, 2012

Actress Raquel Welch About the GOP Race

FOX News

Lincoln Center will be hosting a tribute honoring actress Raquel Welch and her films. Neil Cavuto sat down with the actress who claims she’s, “not very scandalous,” despite being a major sex symbol.

Welch admitted that it wasn’t always easy to be taken seriously when it came to voicing her political views. Instead she says she would rather take action, recalling going to Vietnam with Bob Hope to visit the troops.

On the number of GOP debates, she feels like it allows people to get to know the candidates better. As far as the “mud-slinging” between candidates, “There comes a point where it does cross the line, but I honestly also think that we are educated by this process.”

Without mentioning a particular president, Welch continued, “I think too many times a total stranger without any background or anything that we can really hang our hat on comes along with charm, and a silver tongued devil thing and seems very self possessed. And it’s almost like he should be you know a talk show host or a movie star.”

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Raquel is great, I thought you might like to see and hear what she had to say on her appearance with Neil Cavuto.

She is a republican and I am not sure but I think she always has been.

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February 12, 2012

Mitt Romney wins Maine Caucuses ~ Congratulations Mitt!!!

Here is video of Mitt Romney being announced as the winner of the Maine GOP Caucuses.

He defeated Ron Paul 39%-36%, with Rick Santorum in third place with 18%. Newt Gingrich finished last with 6% of the vote.


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Also the CPAC 2012′s Presidential Straw Poll. This year, they announced results from voting by CPAC attendees, and also did a national telephone survey of self-identified conservatives. Gov. Mitt Romney was the winner in both.

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February 09, 2012

Classless Newt Gingrich Would Not Congratulate Romney Win and NOW WILL NOT Congratulate Santorum On His Win Tuesday

Newt Gingrich, mum on losses, looking South

Washington Post

CLEVELAND, Ohio—Newt Gingrich, speaking to workers Wednesday morning at a manufacturing plant here had exactly nothing to say about Tuesday night’s contests.

Republican presidential candidate, former House speaker Newt Gingrich. He didn’t say a word about the how and why of his losses, nor did he mention his rivals.

He didn’t refer to Mitt Romney as a “Massachusetts moderate.” Nor did he cast Rick Santorum as a sort of junior member of Congress, who couldn’t do big things.

In his 12-minute speech at Jergen, a metal plant, it was as if Tuesday never happened.

Gingrch lost badly in three contests, ceding the conversation, energy and the momentum to Santorum who pulled off an upset in Colorado, and won handily in Missouri and Minnesota.

During his two-day bus tour, Gingrich, who pledged to run a more ideas-based campaign, gave his standard speech, weaving together the history of the Wright Brothers, Ronald Reagan, and the raft of executive orders he would sign on day one of his administration

Wild Thing's comment......

Totally classless Newt Gingrich refuses to even congratulate Santorum. Newt would not congratulate Romney either and now Santorum apparently joins Newts hate list....hmmmm shades of Obama.... no class and has a hate list.

So this is what Newt thinks a leader should behave? Shame on him!

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February 08, 2012

Mitt Romney Congratulates Santorum, Focuses on Obama

Romney Congratulates Santorum, Focuses on Obama

Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney congratulated rival Rick Santorum after Santorum's wins in Missouri and Minnesota. Romney, speaking in Denver, kept his focus on President Obama.

Rick Santorum wins in Minnesota, Missouri and Colorado

Last night's delegate-free contests:


"......Republican contests in Minnesota, Colorado and Missouri deserve an asterisk. In Minnesota and Colorado, which will hold caucuses, voters will pick their preferred presidential candidate in a nonbind...ing straw poll, while picking delegates to county and regional conventions in a separate vote. In Missouri, no delegates are on the line at all; the state will hold a separate caucus for that purpose on March 17."


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It is very confusing to me, so that is why I posted the little article above and the link explaining how they get their delegates.

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February 07, 2012

People Stunned By Newt Gingrich's Post-Nevada Speech Last Saturday: ‘This Is What Flailing Looks Like’

Fox News Channel analysts seemed stunned by Newt Gingrich’s post-Nevada speech Saturday, calling it everything from “not pretty” to a “very strange event.”

“For a political analyst I think this will be remembered as one of the most remarkable moments of the entire 2012 election,” The Hill’s A.B. Stoddard said. “He came out and wandered into the minutiae about petty complaints…he was in the weeds. It was a very, very strange event.”

Charles Krauthammer said Gingrich’s speech represented “the best of Newt and the worst of Newt” — describing what he called President Barack Obama’s attack on religious institutions and defending freedom in the country was good, but his attacks on rival Mitt Romney, who won the state handily, were “astonishing.”

Bill Kristol of the Weekly Standard was perplexed by Gingrich’s reference to Nevada as a “heavily Mormon state,“ calling it ”an odd statement” for him to make, and said he was “being a political analyst, not the candidate.”

“This is what flailing looks like,” Weekly Standard writer Stephen Hayes summed up. “This was not a pretty performance I think by Newt Gingrich….He makes these arguments that undermine the rationale for his own campaign. He says ‘well, Mitt Romney was dishonest on the stage next to me.‘ What does he think Barack Obama’s going to be? ‘I was outspent.‘ What does he think Barack Obama’s going to do?”

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I agree with everything they said about his speech. It was also embarassing as a conservative to hear his whine and also his lies.

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February 06, 2012

Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor Slam Dunks Newt Gingrich Which He Deserves!

The Blaze

Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor attended the annual elite Alfalfa Club dinner in Washington last Saturday. Reporters weren’t allowed into the event, but according to the Washington Post, she was overheard commenting on the two front-runners of the Republican presidential primary.

“One is a practicing polygamist, and he’s not even the Mormon,” she said.

STING. to Newt Gingrich

I’ll remind you that Newt Gingrich has had three wives and been accused by one of wanting an open marriage. Mitt Romney, on the other hand, is a Mormon and has only had one wife whom he’s still married to.


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LOL clever commnet by her and right on target.....well Newt asked for it. He better not speak about character on the campaign traiil, not with his record.

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February 05, 2012

Romney Wins Nevada Causus, Santorum Says He Will Win Nomination and Newt Continues To Attack Romney


CNN Reporter: Do You Feel You Have a Realistic Path? Santorum: "Oh, I Expect To Win the Nomination"


Billionaire Sheldon Adelson, Who Is Backing Gingrich Relays Assurances To Romney Camp That He Will Support The Governor Should He Become the Nominee

LAS VEGAS — Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire casino executive keeping Newt Gingrich’s presidential hopes alive, has relayed assurances to Mitt Romney that he will provide even more generous support to his candidacy if he becomes the Republican nominee, several associates said in interviews here.

The signals from Mr. Adelson, whose politics are shaped in large part by his support for Israel, reflect what the associates said was his deep investment in defeating President Obama and his willingness to play a more prominent role in the Republican Party and conservative causes.

Several people who have spoken with Mr. Adelson over the past two weeks said he would most likely continue to help the group as long as Mr. Gingrich remained in the race. But, they said, he is concerned that additional deep-pocketed donors have not joined him. And, they said, his affection for and loyalty to Mr. Gingrich, who met with him here on Friday, have not blinded him to the reality that the nominating contest is tilting in Mr. Romney’s favor.

“He saw a friend who needed and wanted help,” said an associate who talks to Mr. Adelson regularly, speaking on the condition of anonymity to avoid upsetting him. “I don’t think it’s likely that he’s going to fund Newt’s death march to Tampa,” the site of the Republican National Convention, “but if there is a realistic perception that he can help make his candidacy viable, he will.”

Mr. Adelson declined to be interviewed.


Wild Thing's comment......

LOL I got on a roll and put all the items about the Nevada Caucus in one post. haha

Today is the SUPERBOWL Have an awesome day and I hope the team you are for wins.

Romney gave a really good speech, Newt held some kind of a weird press conference and he used it attack Romney, over and over and over. Other then that on to the next one.

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February 04, 2012

Arrogant To The Max ...Newt Gingrich Tells Las Vegas Crowd He Will ‘Win The Nomination’

Gingrich Tells Las Vegas Crowd He Will ‘Win The Nomination’

Las Vegas Sun Newspaper

With less than 24 hours to go before caucus time, Newt Gingrich stood in a Las Vegas bar and told voters not just why they should vote for him, but that if they voted for him he could win.

“Come join us,” Gingrich said. “Tell every friend you’ve got: You go to the caucus and speak up for a people’s campaign ... with your help, together, we will win the nomination and we will then win the election.”

Electability has been a recurring question, especially for Gingrich, who has trailed Romney by at least 20 points in the Nevada polls. In his past few campaign appearances, he has looked like he’s feeling the weight of those numbers.

But whether it was the excited fans, the professional lighting, the presence of his wife, Callista, or the mechanical bull — which he didn’t ride — 30 feet away, Gingrich appeared re-energized for the final campaign push — even joking with some supporters that they looked like they’d been in the bar “since last night.”


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Yikes....oh my gosh. I don't think I would say this if I was trying to get people to vote for me. hahahaha

.."even joking with some supporters that they looked like they’d been in the bar “since last night.”

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2012 Nevada Caucus Today

Nevada will head to caucus sites on Saturday to choose their preferred 2012 GOP nominee.

RENO, NV – After watching all the debates and contests in Iowa, New Hampshire and Florida, it’s finally Nevada’s turn in the political spotlight. Our moment will be brief, but at least 50,000 Nevada Republicans are expected to show up at caucus locations around the state Saturday and make their choices.

For first time participants it can be confusing. A caucus is not a primary. The government's election apparatus plays no part. It is organized and run by the political parties.

By definition it is a meeting of local members of a national party with two major functions, selecting delegates to a convention and registering preference for candidates. Both will be addressed at this Saturday's caucus, but all the attention will be on that second duty. It's called a presidential preference poll.

Unlike the Democrats, Republican officials rejected the idea of same day registration, so, in order to take part, you must have been a registered Republican by January 20th.

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February 02, 2012

Gingrich Whines About Florida Winner Take All ( Delegates) Wants Delegates From Romney! ~ What a Jerk Newt is!

Carl Cameron reports that the Florida primary may not be over. Under the Republican National Committee rules, no state can be winner take all until after April 1, which Florida was. Fox News has learned that tomorrow, the Gingrich campaign will send a Florida campaign official to look into the issue and see if they can get the rules enforced that prevent the state from being winner takes all and require that the delegates be divided proportionally. That could give Gingrich delegates from the state.

Wild Thing's comment........

So Newt is going to try and have the GOP of Floirda give him some hand outs of delegates. Newt the handout rino.
You can't win Newt but you will beg, borrow and steal delegates instead. sheesh

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Senator Jim DeMint on Mitt Romney

.E. Cupp and the Blaze panel sat down with Senator Jim DeMint during Thursday’s “Real News From The Blaze” to discuss the 2012 election, particularly Romney’s success with Tea Partiers in the Florida Primary. Of Romney, DeMint said, “he showed that he could stand tough” in Florida and “that’s what made the difference in my mind.”

“I‘m glad we dispelled this myth that Tea Partiers won’t support Romney.”

When asked if he thinks the Tea Party’s credibility will be tested this election, DeMint suggested that there is no one candidate that fits the Tea Party because the Tea Party comprises so many different small groups around the country — from Libertarians to disaffected Democrats to conservatives and Independents.


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Interesting. DeMint is not endorseing anyone. I have heard him say he will only be working to get the other elections to elect a Republican and feels it would not help to pick out one presidential candidate.

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February 01, 2012

Mitt Romney Delivers Strong Victory Speech in Florida Hammers Obama – ( Video )


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I thought Mitt gave a really good speech and he hammered Obama which is what I wanted to hear.

Gingrich Predicts GOP Race Will Last 6 More Months

Gingrich delivering a defiant speech in the wake of a distant second place finish to Mitt Romney. Gingrich never congratulated Romney on his victory in Florida, but instead made it clear he intends to fight Romney in every state.

Newt Gingrich said to his crowd of supporters in Florida last night:

“I will be back in Florida, as the Republican nominee in August.” He even said that the only way that the race will end much before August’s Republican National Convention in Tampa is if front-runner Mitt Romney drops out.”


Wild Thing's comment.....

I am so glad Romney beat Newt. Not being a big fan of either of most of their politics, but Newt truly disgusts me. augh.Newt = Low class, self absorbed, egomaniac.

At least Romney has some good character traits when it comes to some areas that Newt is lacking big time.

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Great New Rick Santorum ad " DEAL" ( video check it out LOL )

Wild Thing's comment......

I love seeing these ads and who has different ones. This one is excellent by the Santorum team.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:50 AM

January 30, 2012

ABC News: Santorum's Daughter Has Pneumonia ~ Please Pray For Little Bella Santorum!!!

Sen. Rick Santorum will stay off the campaign trail, canceling scheduled stops in Florida so he can remain in Philadelphia with his 3 year-old daughter, Bella, who is hospitalized:


ABC News: Santorum's Daughter Has Pneumonia

The reason Bella Santorum was admitted to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Saturday night is because she has pneumonia in both of her lungs, a campaign aide told ABC News.

The 3-year-old, who has the serious genetic disorder Trisomy 18, is not on a ventilator, though, which is a very good sign. The family has medical equipment in their Virginia home and because of the risk of infection in hospitals they try to keep her out unless it is absolutely necessary.

She was in and out of hospitals the first year of her life, but since then — aside from besides being admitted for surgeries — she has not spent any time in the hospital before Saturday, Rick Santorum has said on the campaign trail.

Wild Thing's comment.........

This goes beyond politics, I am praying this dear child will get well soon. And prayers for Rick Sanotrum and his wife and the rest of their family.

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January 29, 2012

WOW As Arrogant as Obama ...Newt Gingrich in Port St.Lucie: "I will go all the way to the convention. I expect to win the nomination."

FOX Nation

Port St. Lucie, Fla. -- Whether or not he wins Florida, Newt Gingrich says, "I will go all the way to the convention. I expect to win the nomination."


Wild Thing's comment......

One thing for sure Newt wins the most ARROGANT AWARD aand he can put it right next the Obama arrogant award. From my count this makes it THREE times now Newt has said he will be the nominee.

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Krauthammer on Newt Gingrich : Moon base proposal was Newt’s ‘Dukakis in the tank moment’ ( video)

Krauthammer on Newt Gingrich : Moon base proposal was Newt’s ‘Dukakis in the tank moment’ ( video)

Wild Thing's comment......

LOL This is another show Charles was on and he is stil ltalking about what Newt said. I think he made a good comparison.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:47 AM

January 28, 2012

Newt Gingrich Praises President Obama on the Stimulus & Healthcare ( video)

Newt Gingrich Praises President Obama on the Stimulus & Healthcare

Wild Thing's comment.....

This is VERY scary to hear him saying this.

This is something that Nick wrote last night. ...................

Newt sold out every campaign promise he made in 1994. Newt is the reason conservatism is the state it is in. If Newt had simply frozen spending as Speaker...then George W would have had to follow and we would not be even close to where we are now.(and Obama would not be POTUS) He is a leftist on health care, the environment, the list is long. He is a horrible manager and leader. Being a good communicator and strategist has nothing to do with being a leader. Look at Obama.

In 2003 Newt was the lead pimp/cheerleader for medicare D.He had been pushing for that for years.

As Speaker he was the one who allowed entitlements to get out of control when back then there was a chance of keeping it managed.
As Speaker, Newt whipped the caucus into supporting the creation of the SCHIP entitlement.
Newt has a record second to none among Republicans of advocating for, and or implementing,multi trillion dollar health care entitlements that piece by piece takeover the health care industry.
Newt killed the Reagan Revolution and he ushered in an era of HUGE government. (starting with him ILLEGALLY busting the spending Caps in 96,97,98). Newt takes Socialist positions on every spending issue.Newt makes Romney and George W seem like arch conservatives.

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Krauthammer on Newt's Plan to Have Base on the Moon: 'He May Have Jumped the Shark'

Krauthammer on Newt's Plan to Have Base on the Moon: 'He May Have Jumped the Shark'

Krauthammer on Fox News Special Report responding to Newt Gingrich who yesterday said ""By the end of my second term, we will have the first permanent base on the moon and it will be American"

Wild Thing's comment......

I agree with Charles LOL. I know Newt is off the charts with coming up with ideas, but sometimes those ideas need to be thought through, and sometimes those same ideas, need to be just that....ideas. Not campaign talk.

I would love for all my teddybears to come to life, but would I say that on a campaign trail....LOL heck no.

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Newt Gingrich Says He Wants To INCREASE Federal Government 50 Percent ( video)

Wild Thing's comment........

God help us if Newt wins or worse yet if Obama wins. Why any conservative would support this guy is something I do not understand. haha but that is just my opinion. Maybe the Independents will love him.

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January 26, 2012

GOP Presidential Debate Tonight from Jacksonville, Florida

8pm ET on CNN

Location: University of North Florida in Jacksonville, FL

Sponsor: CNN, CNN en Español, The Hispanic Leadership Network and The Republican Party of Florida

Participants: Romney, Gingrich, Santorum, Paul

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Newt’s Victory In S.Carolina is the Tea Party’s Loss ~ A Must Read Article

Newt’s victory is the tea party’s loss

Sen. Rand Paul has said that Newt Gingrich “goes against everything the tea party stands for.” This might be an understatement.

The tea party originally stood for one simple but important message: Stop spending. For tea partiers, the “Troubled Asset Relief Program” or TARP was the litmus test and any Republican who supported it faced the wrath of the movement. Explained Utah tea party leader David Kirkham in May 2010:

I think it’s a matter of fiscal or financial responsibility … What the tea party people are about and the vote for TARP and the vote for the bailout was, in our opinion, pretty fiscally irresponsible, and that’s what’s raised the ire of most people.

At the time, Kirkham’s group was working to unseat Republican Senator Bob Bennett, who had voted for TARP. Kirkham’s efforts would eventually help elect tea party champion Sen. Mike Lee. When asked if the TARP-supporting incumbent deserved to lose his seat over just one vote, Kirkham replied:

That one vote was pretty toxic. That one vote affected a lot of things, changed the rules of the game. President Bush said that where we have to abandon free market principles to save the free market, and fundamentally, we just don’t agree. There’s just no way.

Tea party support for Newt Gingrich in South Carolina and elsewhere marks a new point — a low point — for the movement. When John McCain suspended his campaign in 2008 to go to Washington to support TARP, Gingrich said, “This is the greatest single act of responsibility ever taken by a presidential candidate and rivals President Eisenhower saying ‘I will go to Korea.’”

The tea party believed that TARP represented Washington at its most irresponsible. Gingrich believed the exact opposite. In fact, if you were to make a list of every big-government issue most tea partiers stand against — bank bailouts, healthcare mandates, cap-and-trade, you name it — Gingrich has been, or still is, on the opposite side.

Grassroots conservatives want a Republican nominee who will fight President Obama on issues like bailouts and healthcare mandates. Saturday, grassroots conservatives in South Carolina championed a Republican presidential candidate who has agreed with Obama on both of those issues. In the debates, Obama could even say that Newt was for forcing Americans to purchase health insurance before he was against it. And the president will be right.

When Gingrich called McCain’s support for TARP “the greatest single act of responsibility ever taken by a presidential candidate,” this was classic Newt-speak — Gingrich is a great talker and often speaks in bold and indeed “grandiose” terms. Newt sounds good. People like that. They respond to it. It inspires them. Ask Barack Obama.

But the tea party was supposed to be better than this. The tea party was supposed to stand for something more substantive.

When Gingrich dressed down CNN’s John King at the beginning of the debate last Thursday, Newt became an instant hero to many conservatives. This unquestionably helped deliver Gingrich his South Carolina victory. Most pundits and probably even Gingrich himself would not disagree with this analysis.

Gingrich won South Carolina because he berated the media — which conservatives rightly see as often being in cahoots with Obama. Gingrich won because conservatives want to see a forceful challenge to Obama. Conservatives don’t see this sort of fight coming from Mitt Romney. Conservatives don’t like Romney. But the divide between these two front-runners is entirely personality-based. On the actual issues, Gingrich and Romney are almost indistinguishable. Writes National Review’s Yuval Levin:

What stands out about Romney and Gingrich … Both of them are fundamentally moderates: Very wonky Rockefeller Republicans … both still very much exhibit the technocratic countenance of the Rockefeller Republican — a program for every problem …

Levin adds:

They’re also essentially in the same place politically — I can’t think of a single major issue on which Gingrich is more conservative than Romney …

Many tea partiers like Gingrich because he seems willing to “fight.” Here is where conservatives are most wrong about Gingrich. Gingrich always talks boldly. He did so when he went after John King. Newt talked boldly when he praised McCain for supporting TARP. Gingrich spoke boldly when he joined Nancy Pelosi on the couch to promote climate change legislation.

Speaking boldly has always been Newt’s “style.”

Gingrich’s “substance” is an entirely different matter. When the rubber hits the road for conservatives — and we come to the moments where Republicans might actually offer real spending cuts or reform — Gingrich always backs down. When the freshmen Republican class of 1994 arrived in Congress promoting the Contract with America, they were quickly told by the leadership (Gingrich) to cool their jets. Class of ’94 Congressman Mark Sanford has said that the GOP leadership stressed the freshmen were no longer in “campaign mode” but “governing mode.” When Rep. Paul Ryan offered an entitlement reform plan last year, virtually every conservative was onboard. Gingrich called it “right-wing social engineering.” When Ron Paul proposed $1 trillion in cuts in October, conservatives like Rush Limbaugh and others cheered. Gingrich called this proposal a “non-starter.”

Gingrich is not a fighter. He’s a talker. Right now is the time when the GOP presidential candidates are expected to at least lie to voters, promising them how much they will cut or shrink government. Yet, Gingrich already considers any of the substantive proposals offered by Republicans toward this end beyond the pale. Gingrich cuts great promos. He will not cut government.

The moment the tea party abandons its trademark “Stop spending” message, the movement loses its original independence and simply morphs back into the GOP machine — something both right and left critics always said would happen. Sen. Lindsey Graham bragged in 2010 that the tea party would “die out” because it had “no governing vision.” I have argued that as long as the tea party stands firmly against spending it will remain an indomitable force in American politics.

But is Sen. Graham now being proven right?

The tea party was a movement founded on the idea that voters should throw politicians’ big-government records back in their faces. The “governing vision” of the movement was to insist that Republicans envision a very small government. The moment tea partiers decide they are no longer concerned with actual limited-government issues and holding politicians’ feet to the fire, they essentially surrender their movement.

With Gingrich, as with Obama, there is a danger in mistaking articulation for wisdom. Yelling at John King is not a political philosophy and certainly not sufficient to win the next election. American politics before the tea party was mostly a popularity contest — and this was precisely what was wrong with much of American politics.

In 2009 and 2010, the tea party wanted America to know it had been seduced by a smooth-talking president with bad policies. In South Carolina Saturday, many in the tea party were seduced in the same manner


Gingrich the Defense Weakling

In his diaries, Ronald Reagan wrote that Newt Gingrich "would cripple our defense program." Elliott Abrams, key Reagan lieutenant on defense and foreign policy, writes that "Gingrich was voluble and certain in predicting that Reagan's policies would fail, and in all of this he was dead wrong."


Limbaugh Letting Newt Know How Wrong Newt Was To Say.." the era of Reagan is over"

Back in March 2009... Newt Gingrich had put down Ronald Reagan saying" the era of Reagan is over"...... and when Rush Limbaugh spoke at CPAC he had some things to say about Newt! God bless Rush Limbaugh and the hell with Newt Gingrich!!!


Wild Thing's comment........

I wanted to let all of you know, Nick and I already voted.

Awhile back Nick and I filled out the absentee ballots in case we might be out of town when it came time to vote. We both voted for the true conservative Rick Perry. At that time we did not mail them in they were only filled out as I said in case we had to go out of town.

Nick always likes to vote early so this week early voting begins here in Florida.

I told Nick I hate to vote because Perry is no longer a candidate and what a horrible day this is going to be. He said we already voted. I asked him what? And he said he mailed in the absentee ballots we had so our vote was made awhile back. He forgot to tell me when he did it. He thought I knew. I know some of you will think this is horrible and maybe get mad, but I am glad Nick mailed our vote in because we got to vote for the best candidate.

This election it will either be Newt or Romney and either one if they campaign hitting Obama hard.

Also I want to share this with you all too. I have heard people say when I am out and about that they might not vote for President. I tell them look if you don't like anyone in the Primary that is one thing. But not to vote in the General and try all you can to get Obama out is a vote for Obama. So please no matter how we might feel sick and angry about the choice we end up with there is no way we can let Obama get a second term.

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January 25, 2012

Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney On Obama's State of the Union Address

...." As Obama delivers his State of the Union address, he will probably fail to mention his actual record over the last three years. Unemployment is still high, our debt is still increasing, and our credit has been downgraded. "

TAMPA, Fla — Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney urged voters here to make President Obama’s State of the Union address Tuesday his last and blamed the Democrat for pushing policies that have raised the nation’s unemployment rate, worsened the housing crises and pushed the nation deeper into a sea of red ink.

Standing under an “Obama Isn’t Working” banner, the former Massachusetts governor said that Mr. Obama, during his first three years in office, has “amassed an actual record of debt, decline and disappointment” and pushed the nation toward a “European-style welfare state.”

Along the way, Mr. Romney said that if elected president, he would approve the Keystone Pipeline project, which he and other conservatives claim will put 20,000 people to work, and pursue tax policies aimed at helping middle-class Americans.

“This president’s agenda made these troubled times last longer,” he said, arguing that it “is critical that we make today Barack Obama’s last State of the Union address.”

didn’t mention any of his Republican rivals and instead chose to aim his fire on Mr. Obama’s speech this evening.

He predicted that the “desperate campaigner-in-chief” will use his speech to offer up his “partisan planks for his re-election campaign” and claim that the “Do Nothing Congress” has tied his hands legislatively.

“But, we shouldn’t forget that for two years, this president had a Congress that could do everything he wanted,” Mr. Romney said. “With huge Democratic majorities in the House and Senate, President Obama was free to pursue any policy he pleased. Did he fix the economy? Did he tackle the housing crisis? Did he get Americans back to work? No.”

Instead, he said, the president gave the American people costly policies that they didn’t want, including the $814 billion stimulus package, the overhaul of the federal health-care system and the “Cash for Clunkers” program.

“He’s spearheaded one of the largest expansions of government in American history. And he’s paying for it with money borrowed from China,” Mr. Romney said.

Romney said that if he were delivering the speech he’d outline his agenda for a “simpler, smaller and smarter” federal government, while also calling on Congress to approve the Keystone Pipeline project, simply the tax code and push back against proposed cuts to the defense budget, which amounts to about one-fifth of national spending.

Wild Thing's comment.......

I will try to post on the top candidates that are in the race as things come up in the news.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:47 AM

Some More Arrogance From Newt Gingrich as He Said " if he wins Florida, he WILL win the GOP nomination."

Gingrich went on to say that he believes that if he wins Florida, he will win the GOP nomination.

"If you help me win next Tuesday, I will become the Republican nominee," Gingrich said.


Wild Thing's comment.........

He sure likes to say he is the nominee. LOL I have no idea who the nominee will be.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:44 AM

Newt Gingrich on Obama State of the Union

Newt Gingrich Response to State of the Union

Coral Gables, FL - Newt Gingrich released the following statement responding to President Obama's State of the Union address:

We have a crisis of work in this country and tonight President Obama proposed nothing in the way of policy changes that will get us to robust job creation and dramatic economic growth.

Instead, the president described his conviction that his big government is built to last and should be paid for with higher taxes.

But bigger government and higher taxes will not lead to jobs and growth. Bigger government and higher taxes will instead lead to more people on food stamps, a situation which the President and his party defend as a fair outcome.

Here we have to confront the truth about President Obama. Economic growth and prosperity is not really at the top of his agenda. He will always prefer a food stamp economy to a paycheck economy and call it fair.

For the president and a large part of the political class, it's about their power, their right to rule. They just want to take money from Joe the Plumber - the small business people who makes over 90 per cent of the new jobs -- and redistribute it to the government bureaucracy and their political friends and allies. That's why so much of that nearly trillion-dollar stimulus didn't create jobs but just went into the pockets of special interests who support President Obama and the leadership of the Democratic Party.

No better example of this exists than in the crisis of American energy. President Obama and his political allies - not of few of whom love living in energy inefficient houses or driving gas-guzzling luxury vehicles - openly admit they want gas prices to remain high so that the rest of America will learn to live more modestly. They think it's good for rest of us. Only recently, the president canceled the Keystone XL Pipeline that would have created countless new jobs and helped America on the way to energy independence because he wanted to appease the far left of his party. And yet not a single word on the Keystone XL pipeline tonight.

To create jobs and growth in this country, we must start with dramatic tax reform that lowers taxes and maximizes capital investment and job creation. We must return to a dollar as good as gold whose purchasing power is the same in thirty years as it is today. We must dramatically expand American energy production. We must have smarter regulation at the same time we abolish destructive and costly regulatory systems beginning with Obamacare,Dodd-Franks, and Sarbanes-Oxley. And finally, unlike the current administration, we must have faith in job creators.

With these policies the state of the union will be much better. They will create an explosion in job creation and lead to robust economic growth and a return to prosperity. Furthermore, a paycheck economy will put us on a path to balanced budgets and paying down our national debt.

Wild Thing's comment......

And so this is what Newt had to say in his press release.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:40 AM

January 22, 2012

Newt Gingrich Wins South Carolina Republican Primary

Sorry about the stupid Ron Paul ad at the beginning of this video.

Gingrich Votes: 242,498.....40%
Romney Votes: 167,555......28%
Santorum Votes: 101,967....17%
Paul Votes: 77,972...............13%


Wild Thing's comment......

Gingrich’s victory means that three different candidates have won the first three contests in the state-by-state battle for the Republican presidential nomination to face Democratic President Barack Obama on November 6. Rick Santorum won the Iowa caucuses on January 3 and Romney won the New Hampshire primary on January 10.

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South Carolina Attorney General: 900 Dead People Voted in Recent Elections ( VIDEO)

New Hampshire is not alone…
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson (R-SC) told Neil Cavuto today that the state has hundreds of people voting for dead people.

“We just recently learned that there are over 900 individuals died before the election and at least 600 of those individuals died outside window when absentee ballot could be sent. So we know for a fact that there are deceased people whoose identities are being use in South Carolina."

Wild Thing's comment......

It proves again the reason the left opposes voter ID laws is to cheat.

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January 18, 2012

Newt Gingrich: I'd Support A Muslim Running For President Only If They'd Commit To 'Give Up Sharia'

Newt Gingrich: I'd Support A Muslim Running For President Only If They'd Commit To 'Give Up Sharia'

Newt Gingrich told a South Carolina town hall audience on Tuesday that he would be open to seeing a Muslim-American run for president, as long as the candidate denounced Sharia law and didn't seek to impose his or her views on others.

At a town hall meeting in West Columbia, S.C., a man asked Gingrich if he would ever "support a Muslim-American running for president."

"Would you endorse...a Muslim-American, [who] could possibly be running for president, given that we had a woman running for president in Hillary Clinton, and we had a Jewish-American, in Joe Lieberman, running for vice president?" he asked.

"A truly modern person who happened to worship Allah would not be a threat," Gingrich replied. "A person who belonged to any kind of belief in Sharia, any kind of effort to impose that on the rest of us, would be a mortal threat."

In the past, Gingrich has repeatedly decried Sharia, a legal code derived from Islam, and called for a federal law to pre-emptively bar its use in any U.S. courts. He didn't soften his position on Tuesday, saying his support would be contingent on a candidate's willingness to denounce Sharia.

"I think it would depend entirely on whether they would commit in public to give up Sharia," he said, referencing his support for the bill and drawing cheers from listeners at the event. "If they're a modern person integrated into the modern world, and they're prepared to recognize all religions, that's one thing. On the other hand, if they're the Saudis, who demand that we respect them while they refuse to allow either a Jew or a Christian to worship in Saudi Arabia, that's something different."


Sarah Palin told Sean Hannity tonight that she would vote for Newt in South Carolina


Wild Thing's comment......

God help us!! Newt is INSANE!

"A truly modern person who happened to worship Allah would not be a threat,"

Someone who just happened to worship ALLAH???? Good grief Newt!

We already have a Muslim President and look how he is !!!

And Sarah Palin...So much for all the yakking by Sarah in the past about wanting a conservative. LOL what a phony she is.
Rick Perry is the ONLY conservative…fiscal and social conservative.

Shame on you Sarah.

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Arrogrant Gingrich: ‘I Would Be Delighted’ With a Santorum Endorsement

Gingrich: ‘I Would Be Delighted’ With a Santorum Endorsement

The Wall Street Journal

FLORENCE, S.C. — Feeling confident after a well-received debate performance Monday night, Newt Gingrich said Tuesday he would be “delighted” if Rick Santorum dropped his presidential bid and endorsed his own.

Mr. Gingrich made clear that he is not asking Mr. Santorum to leave the race, but the remark reflects the boastfulness the former speaker often displays when he feels a sudden boost in momentum.

“I would be delighted if he decided to endorse me,” he told reporters here after being asked if Mr. Santorum should drop out. “I’m respectful that Rick has every right to run as long as he feels that’s what he should do. But from the standpoint of the conservative movement, consolidating into a Gingrich candidacy would, in fact, virtually guarantee victory on Saturday.”

Mr. Santorum essentially tied Mitt Romney in the Iowa caucuses and Mr. Gingrich for fourth place in last weeks’ New Hampshire primary. But Mr. Gingrich often says is the only Republican contender who can run a national campaign besides front-runner Mr. Romney. “I don’t think Santorum could do any of that,” he said. “It’s not because he’s not a nice guy, he just doesn’t have the knowledge that I do.”

Mr. Gingrich also touted his skills as a debater, and said, “It’s fairly obvious that last night some things really struck a chord with the American people.” Among other things, he appeared to be referring to his spat with panelist Juan Williams over whether low-income children should do janitorial work in schools.

Speaking at a town hall in a local art gallery, he told an audience member here that should he debate President Barack Obama, “I don’t want to bloody his nose, I want to knock him out.”

Asked why Republicans should view him as the most electable anti-Romney candidate after his disappointing finishes in both Iowa and New Hampshire, Mr. Gingrich said because “we’re in South Carolina.”

Wiild Thing's comment......

We have had an arrogant president already with Obama, I sure as heck do not want another one. Confidence is one thing...but arrogance is another and Newt once again is arrogant!!

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January 16, 2012

Huntsman Drops Out: Is Set To Endorse Romney, Whom He Called ‘Unelectable’

Huntsman Drops Out: Is Set To Endorse Romney, Whom He Called ‘Unelectable’

by Alex Seitz-Wald

Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman (R) informed his advisers today that he is dropping out of the presidential race. After his third place finish in New Hampshire’s primary, Huntsman declared that he had a “ticket to ride” but it appears the be on a bus owned by GOP front-runner Mitt Romney, whom Huntsman is now expected to endorse. “The governor and his family, at this point in the race, decided it was time for Republicans to rally around a candidate who could beat Barack Obama and turn around the economy,” Huntsman adviser Matt David said in a statement. “That candidate is Gov. Mitt Romney.”

While the statement was not an official endorsement, CBS reports “Huntsman is expected to throw his endorsement to current front-runner Mitt Romney.”

Last week, Huntsman told CNBC that Romney was making himself “completely unelectable.”

Huntsman’s decision may have been influenced by the fact that a powerful group of social conservatives called on conservative to coalesce around Rick Santorum as the anti-Romney candidate this weekend.

Wild Thing's comment......

Huntsman ius not omy choice but he does seem to have a nice family. I got a kick out of the videos his daughters did for his campaign, they were really well done.

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January 14, 2012

Federal Judge Rules Santorum, Perry, Gingrich, Huntsman Cannot be Added to Virginia’s GOP Primary Ballot

Federal Judge Rules Santorum, Perry, Gingrich, Huntsman Cannot be Added to Virginia’s GOP Primary Ballot Only Mitt Romney and Ron Paul qualified for the ballot:

The Washington Post

federal judge denied a request Friday to add four presidential candidates to Virginia’s Republican primary ballot.

U.S. District Judge John A. Gibney Jr. indicated he thought a provision requiring candidates to only use state residents to gather signatures was unconstitutional, but none of the candidates had collected the required 10,000 regardless.

State officials told him Friday that they did not have time to print and mail absentee ballots by Jan. 21 in order to get them out 45 days before the primary as required by federal law.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry, former senator Rick Santorum (Pa.), former House speaker Newt Gingrich (Ga.) and former Utah governor Jon Huntsman failed to qualify for the Virginia ballot, and filed a lawsuit against the State Board of Elections and the state GOP to challenge the qualification rules.

Only former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney and Rep. Ron Paul (Tex.) qualified

Virginia’s ballot-access rules are considered the toughest in the nation. Candidates must collect 10,000 signatures, with at least 400 from each of the congressional districts.

Virginia, an increasingly important swing state, will hold its presidential primary on Super Tuesday, March 6.

Wild Thing's comment........

I will NEVER forgive Virginia for what they have done to our election process!!! The VA GOP is no different than Eric Holder or Obama. I’m blaming the idiots who seem to be running the Republican party in Virginia. There is NO "we the people" in Virginia! Very sad!

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January 11, 2012

Non Conservative Ron Paul To Everyone But Mitt: Drop Out ~ Ron Paul you are depriving some village of its idiot!

Rep. Ron Paul, whose supporters include liberals and democrats, told conservative candidates Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, and Rick Perry, to get out of the race tonight. Paul believes he is the candidate who should take on Mitt Romney.


Rep. Ron Paul’s campaign called on the rest of the Republican field to drop out of the race and unite behind him in order to defeat Mitt Romney.
“We urge Ron Paul’s opponents who have been unsuccessfully trying to be the conservative alternative to Mitt Romney to unite by getting out of the race and uniting behind Paul’s candidacy,” campaign chair Jesse Benton said in a statement.


Wild Thing's comment......

From ome to Ron Paul: Drop dead!

So now we can add arrogance to the known Paul traits of lying, crackpot, anti-Constitution, anti-US Defense, Truther, racist, and liberal.

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Democrat Frank Luntz Caught On Camera Bashing Bachmann and Perry

Frank Luntz was caught on camera , “Michele Bachmann is Glenn Close from Fatal Attraction… And Rick Perry is a George Bush without the intellect.”

Wild Thing's comment......

Dial Boy is holding court in a lobby at the top of his lungs UNTIL he notices cameras! THEN he says he holding a PRIVATE conversation! Luntz is a Putz!
Luntz is a REGISTERED Democrat. For REAL! Like Judge Andrew Napolitano.
Little by little, we are learning that “fair and balanced” holds no more truth than “Change We Can Believe In.”

Luntz can bash all he wants but imo he took the chance to be taped and he would have to be stupid not to realize it. It sure proves how FOX has changed, I hate to see this happening. The old FOX would have a fit with him for this kind of thing and knowing it would effect their so called fair and balanced.

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January 07, 2012

Santorum compares holding elective office to military service ~ This Is Unforgivable What He Said!

Santorum compares holding elective office to military service ~ This Is Unforgivable What He Said!


Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum compared his service in government to serving in the military during a town hall meeting on Thursday.

“I grew up around veterans, I grew up around, you know, folks who loved their country and served their country,” he said, answering a question about what propelled him into government service.

“I didn’t see working in government service and being in politics as anything but serving your country, and doing in some ways — in a civilian sense — what a lot of folks did in a military sense. And I saw it as something that is honorable and good to do.”

“The rest of the country doesn’t function unless the government keeps us free,” he added, “and we need people in politics just like we need people in uniform to do that.”

Santorum has been criticized by former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney for being a career politician. In 1990, at age 32, Santorum was elected to the House of Representatives. He entered the Senate after the 1994 Republican Revolution, where he served until losing to now-Democratic Sen. Bob Casey in 2006.

Santorum’s father served in the military during World War II, but the senator never served in the military.


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Sorry to any of you that support this man for President. THIS what Santorum has said is unforgivable and there is NO way in hell he can talk his way out of it. NO way!
There is NO comparison to those that have served and someone working in our government....a politician or even a President. Nothing on earth can compare to it.
No one forced him to say what he did, no one put the words in his mouth.

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Debate Tonight and Sunday Morning Yes Sunday Morning LOL

Upcoming Debates

TONIGHT...January 7, 2012 9pm ET / 6pm PT on ABC – Live Stream

Location: Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire
Sponsor: ABC News and WMUR
Participants: Santorum, Romney, Paul, Perry, Gingrich, Huntsman

SUNDAY January 8, 2012 9am ET on NBC (Yes, 9am)

Location: Chubb Theatre at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord, NH
Sponsor: NBC News, Facebook and the Union Leader
Participants: Santorum, Romney, Paul, Perry, Gingrich, Huntsman

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January 06, 2012

No Conservative Economically Santorum tells CNN: “I’m Proud of My Earmarks” (Video)

No Conssrvative Economically Santorum tells CNN: “I’m Proud of My Earmarks” (Video)


Just a few weeks before DeMint stood for re-election on South Carolina’s ballot, Rick Santorum showed up in DeMint’s neighborood to tell everyone Jim DeMint was wrong on earmarks. “Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania said the Constitution gives Congress control of the purse strings and that he supported earmarks for port deepening while a senator – the opposite of the position that DeMint is taking. But former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich of Georgia said DeMint has shown “moral courage” in refusing to support any earmarks, including one that the State Ports Authority says is needed to study the deepening of Charleston Harbor.”

Santorum went on John King USA on CNN tonight and again defended earmarks claiming “Jim DeMint did it too” without acknowledging DeMint repented and has since led the fight against earmarks. When asked about what he may or may not have said about black welfare recipients, Santorum defended himself by claiming he got earmarks for a black community in Pennsylvania.


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So called conservatives that support this guy are very mistaken. He may be a social conservative but he is not a fiscial conservative at all.

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January 04, 2012

Newt Gingrich Says Mitt Romney Will Not Get the GOP Presidential Nomination

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The Newt Gingrich assault on Mitt Romney is in full swing. He is clearly going to tag-team with Rick Santorum to try and prevent Mitt Romney from getting the GOP Nomination. Problem is, as long as they are both in the race, they split the more conservative vote.

Here is Gingrich on MSNBC this morning with Chuck Todd where he said flatly that Romney will not get the GOP Nomination.


Michele Bachmann Dropping Out of the GOP Presidential Race; NBC News Confirms Rick Perry WILL STAY IN the GOP Race


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January 01, 2012

GOP Candidates, Iowa Voters Voice Resolutions

Wild Thing's comment.........

I love what Rick Perry says.

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December 30, 2011

Now Ron Paul Admits He “Wrote A Certain Portion” Of Racist Newsletters

Now Ron Paul Admits He “Wrote A Certain Portion” Of Racist Newsletters

CALLER: Dr. Paul, how confident were you at the time that the newsletters that bore your name were representative of your views on taxes, on monetary policy, the Second Amendment, the Tenth Amendment, all the things that you hold dear? How confident were you that the newsletter accurately portrayed your views on those things?

PAUL: Well, the newsletters were written, you know, a long time ago. And I wrote a certain portion of them. I would write the economics. So a lot of what you just mentioned . . . his would be material that I would turn in, and it would become part of the letter. But there were many times when I didn’t edit the whole letter, and things got put in. And I didn’t even really become aware of the details of that until many years later when somebody else called and said, you know what was in it? But these were sentences that were put in, a total of eight or ten sentences, and it was bad stuff. It wasn’t a reflection of my views at all. So it got in the letter, I thought it was terrible, it was tragic, you know and I had some responsibility for it, because name went on the letter. But I was not an editor. I’m like a publisher. And if you think of publishers of newspapers, once in a while they get pretty junky stuff in newspapers. And they have to say that this is not the position of that newspaper, and this is certainly the case. But I actually put a type of a newsletter out, it was a freedom report, investment, survival report — every month since 1976. So this is probably ten sentences out of 10,000 pages, for all I know. I think it’s bad that happened but I disavowed all these views, and people who know me best, people of my district, have heard these stories for years and years, and they know they weren’t a reflection of anything I believed in, and it never hurt me politically. Right now, I think it’s the same case, too. People are desperate to find something.

CALLER: But Dr. Paul, many of the newsletters are filled with conspiracies. You had one newsletter from start to finish with fear that the $50 bill, because it was going to be made pink, and it was gonna have all kinds of things that can track us down, so we should all be afraid that maybe tomorrow they’re gonna require us to turn in all of our old money.

PAUL: The paper money now is pink, you know? No, we haven’t had runaway inflation, but I still fear that.

Wild Thing's comment......

Don't you just love how some of the politicans lie and lie and stand by their lie, then if we wait awhile, we hear them say it differently. The left has called this...... the person misspoke. hahaha....amazing.

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December 29, 2011

John Bolton Talks About Obama's Foreign Policy and How Horrible Ron Paul Would Be On Foreign Policy

On Iran: "The Iranians see a very weak president in Washington, somebody that they do not believe will use military force against their [nuclear] program"

On Iraq: "This withdrawal of American forces was a catastrophic move by president Obama...It is already having effects inside Iraq, all of them negative from the U.S. perspective. It sends a signal of weakness to Iran"

Bolton also talks about Ron Paul in this interview with Mark Steyn on Fox News

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Bolton is very firm on how strong he feels about how bad Ron Paul would be as President. HUGE thank you to Bolton for his wisdom.

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Yesterday RINO Mitt Romney Declared the Foundation of ObamaDEATHcare, the Individual Mandate, “conservative"

This was said yesterday but Romney.Mitt Romney is again declaring the foundation of Obamacare, the individual mandate, “conservative.”

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Romney is ithe answer to the RINO's dream. He even comes with his own RomneyCare that was used as a blueprint for Obamamcare.

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December 28, 2011

Newt Gingrich Pushing Individual Healthcare MANDATE ~ No thanks Newt!!!

2008 video of Newt Gingrich strongly pushing the need for an individual health care mandate – requiring everyone to buy insurance or post some kind of a bond.

“I think you gotta require that everybody have insurance or post a bond,” he said. To be able to afford insurance and not buy it, he said, is “immoral.”

Wild Thing's comment......

There sure is a lot on Newt I never knew about before. This is why it is so important to vet every candidate.

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December 27, 2011

Virginia GOP Hand Picks Candidates For Voters ~ Why Are They NOT Checking Signatures Of Romney and Ron Paul ~ Hmmmm Cheat Much??!!

Did the VA GOP change the rules on primary ballot access in November 2011?

by Moe Lane

The VA GOP only certified Mitt Romney and Ron Paul for its primary ballot. Rick Perry and Newt Gingrich both had too many signatures tossed; Jon Huntsman, Rick Santorum, and Michele Bachmann didn’t even try. Of the seven candidates, one (Romney) had more than enough signatures (15K) to bypass the verification process entirely. All of this has caused a lot of agitation among Republicans following the primary process, of course; and not just from people who disapprove of what the VA GOP has done. There has been a good deal of defending of the outcome; and one argument heavily used in this defense has been that the campaigns all knew the rules and that previous Republican campaigns were able to get on the ballot, so clearly a competent current Republican campaign should have done so.

One small problem with that: as Winger argues, the rules were allegedly drastically changed. In November of this year.

Winger’s article is too long to reproduce here, so I’ll summarize it: prior to the 2012 elections it was Republican party policy in Virginia to simply deem any candidate that brought in ten thousand raw signatures as having met the primary ballot requirements under Virginian state election law. So, for example, Alan Keyes (a popular negative example for people making the ‘any competent campaign’ argument) apparently did not actually have his petitions checked in 2000 and 2008; absent going back and looking at the paperwork (assuming that it even still exists), there’s no way to tell whether he would have survived the scrutiny of 2012. And that’s true of every other candidate who has appeared on the primary ballot in Virginia. None of them qualify for an apples-to-apples comparison – and this remains true no matter how many signatures were collected. If you know that your signatures will not be checked if you get above 10K, you are simply operating in a fundamentally different environment than one where you know that your signatures will be checked

So what happened? Osborne v. Boyles. On October 24th independent state delegate candidate Michael Osborne filed suit against the Republican party of Virginia (specifically, Fifth District GOP Chairman Brandon Boyles) because of this policy: as the article notes, “the law simply requires that party-affiliated candidates present their petitions to the local party chairman – in this case Boyles – who is responsible for reviewing the petition signatures on their own. It does not dictate how thorough this review must be or give state officials any power to challenge it.” The case is still pending – interestingly, the election that this lawsuit was ostensibly addressing has come and gone – but according to Winger the VA GOP decided in response to bump up from 10K to 15K the threshold for simply deeming the requirements as being met. The complications of it being the day after Christmas makes final confirmation of all of this difficult, but Osborne v. Boyles is an actual case and Richard Winger is one of the go-to guys on the arcane subject of ballot access: what I can check out about this story I have checked out.

As for the implications… well, I think that John Fund’s general comment is correct: this is going to go to the courts. John was not discussing this specific wrinkle, but his larger point that Virginia’s ballot access policies have systemic problems gets a big boost when it turns out that the state party can effectively increase by fifty percent the practical threshold for ballot access – in a day, and in the middle of an existing campaign. The VA GOP still retains ultimate control over who gets on the ballot, of course. But then, they always have – and under the current system they could in fact brazen it out and certify Gingrich and Perry anyway. Of course, that would probably mean another lawsuit anyway; but then, there really isn’t a path out of here that doesn’t involve lawsuits.

But that’s a matter for the courts and the party leadership. On the activist level; as noted above, there has been a certain argument used to defend the VA GOP. It’s an argument that accuses two Presidential campaigns of being ignorant of conditions on the ground… and it turns out that the people using that argument may themselves be guilty of being ignorant of conditions on the ground. If it is true that the Republican party of Virginia decided in November of 2011 to increase the threshold for automatic certification from 10K to 15K, then it is reasonable to suggest that this was a change that unfairly rewarded candidates who had previously run for President in Virginia. Even if you dispute that, if this story checks out then it is still completely unreasonable to compare the Gingrich/Perry campaigns to any historical Presidential campaign in Virginia: if this was 2008 or 2000, they’d both be on the ballot themselves and the subject wouldn’t have even come up. And anyone who still tries to use that argument needs to understand that doing so simply makes them look foolish, instead of the Presidential campaigns that they’re pretty much trying to assault. Put another way… I know that this statement will grate on some people, but here goes: there are some defenders of the VA GOP decision out there who need to start apologizing for their, ah, over-enthusiasm. Whether or not they think that it’s fair, or whether anybody’s apologizing to them, or really anything else.

Because… karma. It’s what’s for dinner


Big Government blog

It has not been reported is that in the only other presidential primaries in which Virginia required 10,000 signatures (2000, 2004, and 2008) the signatures were not checked. Any candidate who submitted at least 10,000 raw signatures was put on the ballot. In 2000, five Republicans qualified: George Bush, John McCain, Alan Keyes, Gary Bauer, and Steve Forbes. In 2004 there was no Republican primary in Virginia. In 2008, seven Republicans qualified: John McCain, Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, Rudy Giuliani, Fred Thompson, and Alan Keyes.
The only reason the Virginia Republican Party checked the signatures for validity for the current primary is that in October 2011, an independent candidate for the legislature, Michael Osborne, sued the Virginia Republican Party because it did not check petitions for its own members, when they submitted primary petitions. Osborne had no trouble getting the needed 125 valid signatures for his own independent candidacy, but he charged that his Republican opponent’s primary petition had never been checked, and that if it had been, that opponent would not have qualified. The lawsuit, Osborne v Boyles, cl 11-520-00, was filed in Bristol County Circuit Court. It was filed too late to be heard before the election, but is still pending. The effect of the lawsuit was to persuade the Republican Party to start checking petitions. If the Republican Party had not changed that policy, Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry would be on the 2012 ballot.

And then there’s this:

The VA GOP published a letter that announced that any candidate who submitted a petition with more than 15,000 signatures would not be checked (’shall be deemed to have met the threshold for qualification and will be certified’).


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Beyond disgusting. If it is so important to check each signature then it should be the same across the board and not only the certain ones. That alone tells me this stinks.

The VA GOP is matching the kind of cheating we have seen with ACORN, what is next a Mickey Mouse will vote for Romney or Ron Paul and that is ok with them??

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December 23, 2011

Romney Says He Will NOT Release His Tax Returns If He Wins Republican Nomination for President

Romney says he won’t release tax returns

The Hill

Mitt Romney said he will not release his tax returns if he wins the Republican nomination for president, a rare move for a candidate.

When asked if he would, Romney, in an unaired segment of an interview with MSNBC’s Chuck Todd, said that he doesn’t “intend to” release the returns.

“I doubt it. I will provide all the financial info, which is an extraordinary pile of documents which show investments and so forth,” he said, according to video provided by NBC.

When Todd pointed out that Romney had asked Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) to release his returns during their 1994 race, Romney reiterated his remarks.

“Never say never but I don’t intend to do so,” he said.

President Obama’s campaign blasted Romney’s statement.

“By declaring that, if nominated, he would not release his income tax returns, Mitt Romney is defying a practice to which every party nominee, Republican and Democrat, has adhered for decades,” said Obama spokesman Ben LaBolt. “Even his father, George Romney, disclosed his tax returns when he ran for president in 1968. Why does Gov. Romney feel like he can play by a different set of rules? What is it that he doesn’t want the American people to see?”

Nearly every presidential candidate in modern history has released his or her tax returns.

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Good grief, we have had enough of this now in the WH, Obama acting like a KING and above everyone else. And now to hear this BS from Romney? sheesh

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December 22, 2011

A GREAT Jib Jab Video....Republican Presidential Candidates Wishing A Merry Christmas

Have fun watching the Republican Presidential Candidates wishing you a Merry Christmas as they sing "Rocking around the Christmas Tree". Laugh and enjoy this animated performance as we take a break from the critical decisions of choosing our next President.

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I LOVE this....This is so cute.. the only candidate not in it is Huntsman. Maybe they asked him if it was ok and he said no thank you or something.

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Mitt Romney Wants His Logo Pro-Romney “Happy Holidays” Tags on Your Gifts this Year - NO Merry Christmas on Tags

The Washington Examiner

Mitt Romney Wants You to Put Pro-Romney “Happy Holidays” Tags on Your Gifts this Year - No Merry Christmas on Tags

The Romney campaign just released a new tag making kit to brand every Christmas present with the Romney for president logo.

"Personalize your gifts and show your support with Romney holiday gift tags!" reads the campaign announcement, "Just download the PDF, print the page, and follow the simple instructions. And don't forget to share these with your friends and loved ones."

But maybe we shouldn't call them Christmas presents. Each Romney branded tag reads "Happy Holidays" instead of Merry Christmas. . .

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You know these years with Obama and how he has treated the National Day of Prayer and Christmas and Easter and all the Christian holidiays vs. how he has treated the Muslim holidays...I really have had enough of this.

Romney IMO has made a big mistake with these stupid tags. Either do it right or forget it. This is disgusting!!

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December 21, 2011

Out Of The Closet RINO Ann Coulter: I Would Prefer Ron Paul as President to Newt Gingrich

'I am thrilled that Ron Paul is catching up to Newt in Iowa'

Wild Thing's comment......

The other day she insulted tea partiers by claiming the tea party would prefer a candidate who would call Obama a Kenyan.

I am NO fan of Newt, but what Ann is doing and saying will do more harm to the election then anything I could ever do in a post. And Ron Paul will probably use her quotes in his ads.

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December 16, 2011

Bret Baier Points Out To Insane Ron Paul His Stand On Iran Is To The LEFT of Obama

Ron Paul asked about Iran. Bret Baier points out that his position is to the LEFT of Barack Obama.


Pat Caddell says :Ron Paul jumped the shark, he is saying i am insane and I am going to show you just how insane I am.

Pat Caddell and Doug Schoen: Ron Paul The Big Loser in Last night's Debate


Wild Thing's comment......

God helps us if this freak where to be the President.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:47 AM

December 15, 2011

Fox News uses Obama photo for Romney ~ LMAO Romney Is Not Going To Like This


Here is the photo below that you can see in the video above.


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LOL this is a good example of how sloppy FOX has become these last several months. They still are better then the others but not by as much a margin as they used to be. They really are pushing for a rino over at FOX.

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FOX News and GOP of Iowa Debate Tonight

Sioux City Convention Center

Time: 9:00 – 11:00 PM ET

Participants: Perry, Bachmann, Gingrich, Huntsman, Paul, Romney, Santorum

The debate will be moderated by Bret Baier of FOX News and will be televised on the FOX News channel


Chris Wallace: If Ron Paul Wins In Iowa “It Will Discredit the Iowa Caucuses”

It should also be noted that Wallace will be one of the moderators at tomorrow’s Fox News debate in Iowa.

“Well, and the Ron Paul people aren’t going to like me saying this, but, to a certain degree, it will discredit the Iowa caucuses because, rightly or wrongly, I think most of the Republican establishment thinks he is not going to end up as the nominee. So, therefore, Iowa won’t count and it will go on.”

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This will be the last debate before the Iowa caucus.

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December 13, 2011

Newt Gingrich Said: "I'm not going to let people in Iowa tell me what to do." ( Video)


Discussing strategy with Fox News' Campaign Carl at a defense technology company in Londonderry, N.H., Gingrich noted that New Hampshire and Iowa -- the first two voting states in the nation -- often pick different winners.

"I'm not going to let people in Iowa tell me what to do," the former House speaker said.

Wild Thing's comment......

Arrogant to the max! He and Obama could have a contest to see who is the most arrogant, it might be a tie.

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December 10, 2011

Nutcase Kook Ron Paul Said there was “Glee” in the Bush Adminstration after the 9/11 Attacks

Ron Paul made the comments Thursday night, saying the “glee” was because they wanted to use it as a pretext for invading Iraq:


Rush says that Ron Paul’s foreign policy with this attacks on America sound like that of a Democrat. Rush quotes him as saying this on Wednesday night in a packed house of 1,000 students:

“Think of what happened after 9/11. The minute before there was any assessment, there was glee in the [Bush] administration because now we can invade Iraq, and so the war drums beat.”

Rush goes on to say this:

Folks, this foreign policy disastrous and to sit there, to attack the country this way, to say that the Bush administration was in glee, the Bush administration was happy – this is Democrat talk!


Mark Levin Hammers Ron Paul for Saying there was “Glee” in the Bush Adminstration after the 9/11 Attacks; Levin Calls Paul “a Crackpot”


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Ron Paul is insane and it sickens me to see how many on FOX support this guy or at least treat him like he has all the answers. Very scary!!

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ABC News GOP debate tonight at 9pm ET from Iowa

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9pm ET on ABC

Location: Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa

Sponsor: ABC News, ABC5/WOI-DT, The Des Moines Register and Republican Party of Iowa

Participants: Romney, Perry, Bachmann, Gingrich, Santorum, Paul

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December 09, 2011

Michele Bachmann Becomes Fifth GOP Candidate To Reject Donald Trump Debate

Michele Bachmann Becomes Fifth GOP Candidate To Reject Donald Trump Debate


ABC News’ Michael Falcone reports:

DES MOINES — Another one bites the dust.

Michele Bachmann has officially said “no” to the Donald Trump-moderated Newsmax debate scheduled for later this month.

“We have confirmed that we are not participating,” Bachmann spokeswoman Alice Stewart told ABC News on Thursday.

Bachmann has been especially aggressive in her courting of the real estate and reality television mogul, paying several personal visits to Trump Tower over the past few months in search of an endorsement.

So, this leaves just two candidates — Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum — who plan to show up at the Dec. 27 event in Des Moines.

Mitt Romney, Jon Huntsman, Rick Perry, Ron Paul have all declined to attend. Perry became the latest to decline Trump’s invitation on Thursday.

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A few more saying no.....we will see what happens.

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Newt Gingrich Tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer He Would Consider Mitt Romney As A Potential Running Mate

Wild Thing's comment......

The thing voters need to remember is that the VP may be a job of not much at all, but the big thing about it of course is that if anything were to happen to the President then the VP takes over.

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While in Congress, Gingrich Co-sponsored 418 Bills With Nancy Pelosi ~ Newt Is No Conservative!

While in Congress, Gingrich co-sponsored 418 bills with Pelosi

DES MOINES, Iowa — Newt Gingrich has taken heat on the campaign trail from conservatives for filming a 2008 commercial on climate change with House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi.

But that was hardly the first time the Republican presidential candidate and former House speaker collaborated with Pelosi.

Gingrich co-sponsored 418 bills in Congress with Pelosi during the 12 years they served together in the House, according to the Library of Congress’s THOMAS database.

Gingrich was in Congress from 1979 to 1999. Pelosi has served since 1987.

As a matter of comparison, House Speaker John Boehner, who has served in Congress with Pelosi for more than 20 years, has only co-sponsored 104 bills with her.

Many of the bills Gingrich and Pelosi co-sponsored were hardly divisive: authorizing an award for Mother Teresa, giving a congressional gold medal to former President Gerald Ford and recognizing the 50th anniversary of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.

But one piece of legislation could be problematic for Gingrich with conservatives: the Global Warming Prevention Act of 1989, which never made it out of committee.

Wild Thing's comment......

Because my blog is llisted in the Florida blogs website, I wanted to make sure people know about Newt. I saw that Florida in the latest poll is wanting Newt. NO WAY! God help us and wake up Florida.

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December 08, 2011

Congressman Peter King Calls Newt Gingrich Erratic and Self-Centered

Congressman Peter King Calls Newt Gingrich Erratic and Self-Centered
Peter King says Newt would be a terrible nominee on CNN's Erin Burnett. He says Bill Clinton "constantly outmaneuvered him." He "doesn't have the discipline and doesn't have the capacity to control himself"

Wild Thing's comment......

It is interesting to see the people that have worked with Newt and what they have to say about him. I am not sure, but I have not seen anyone say positive things about Newt from those that know him well.

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December 06, 2011

Karl Rove and Trump Fighting

Karl Rove said about Trump (this morning on Fox) "what the heck are Republican candidates doing showing up to a debate with a guy who says 'I may run for president again as an Independent?' Rove has hit Trump on this in just about every interview yesterday.


Trump: "Lightweight" Karl Rove Is "So Full of Crap"


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More fighting going on. haha

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Nancy Pelosi and Newt Gingrich Fighting

Pelosi Plans on Releasing Dirt on Newt… “When the Time is Right”

Former Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters this weekend that she plans on releasing dirt on Newt Gingrich… “When the time is right.”

The Hill

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is holding back some information on Republican Newt Gingrich that could detract from his presidential campaign, according to a report published Monday.

“One of these days we’ll have a conversation about Newt Gingrich,” Pelosi told Talking Points Memo. “When the time is right. … I know a lot about him. I served on the investigative committee that investigated him, four of us locked in a room in an undisclosed location for a year. A thousand pages of his stuff.”

Gingrich, who served as Speaker of the House, worked with Pelosi in Congress from 1987 to 1999. Pelosi also served on the ethics committee that investigated Gingrich for tax cheating and campaign finance violations in the late ’90s.

Gingrich filmed an ad with then-House Speaker Pelosi in 2008 to urge action on climate change, which haunted him early in his presidential bid this year. Gingrich called the ad “probably the dumbest single thing I’ve done in recent years” last month.


Gingrich: 'House Should Immediately Condemn' Pelosi If She Uses Ethics Panel Materials Against Me

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said today that the U.S. House of Representatives should "immediately condemn" House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D.-Calif.) if she uses materials gathered by the House ethics committee to attack Gingrich in his presidential campaign.

Such an act, Gingrich said, would be "a fundamental violation of the rules of the House."

Newt Fires Back at Pelosi: I Would Hope the House Would Immediately File Charges Against Her


Wild Thing's comment......

LOL go for it Nancy, I honestly could care less. On this one I have no loyalty to Newt at all. But I think it is funny how all these various people are fighting back and forth.......Newt and Pelosi, Trump and Rove.

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House Speaker Gingrich Ordered to Pay $300,000 for Ethics Violation

House Speaker Gingrich Ordered to Pay $300,000 for Ethics Violation

January 1997

The House voted overwhelmingly yesterday to reprimand House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) and order him to pay an unprecedented $300,000 penalty, the first time in the House’s 208-year history it has disciplined a speaker for ethical wrongdoing.

The ethics case and its resolution leave Gingrich with little leeway for future personal controversies, House Republicans said. Exactly one month before yesterday’s vote, Gingrich admitted that he brought discredit to the House and broke its rules by failing to ensure that financing for two projects would not violate federal tax law and by giving the House ethics committee false information.

“Newt has done some things that have embarrassed House Republicans and embarrassed the House,” said Rep. Peter Hoekstra (R-Mich.). “If [the voters] see more of that, they will question our judgment.”

Rep. Mark Sanford (R-S.C.) said that had he known what was in the ethics committee’s report, he would not have voted for Gingrich as speaker. “The gray got grayer when you read the report,” he said. “When I think of my three boys and what kind of example I want to set for them for leadership in this country, gray is not the example.”

Wild Thing's comment......

"Newt was disciplined in January 1997 by the House of Representatives for ethics accusations, although a full hearing was avoided. He resigned from the House on November 5, 1998, three days after being elected to his 11th term."

Eighty-four ethics charges were filed against Speaker Gingrich during his term

Following an investigation by the House Ethics Committee Gingrich was sanctioned US$300,000.

In the mid-1990s, Gingrich began an affair with House of Representatives staffer Callista Bisek, who is 23 years his junior. They continued their affair during the Lewinsky scandal, when Gingrich became a leader of the investigation of President Clinton

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Mitt Romney Spent Nearly $100,000 in State Funds to Replace Computers in His Office to Conceal His Records

Mitt Romney Spent Nearly $100,000 in State Funds to Replace Computers in His Office to Conceal His Records

Mitt Romney spent nearly $100,000 in state funds to replace computers in his office at the end of his term as governor of Massachusetts in 2007 as part of an unprecedented effort to keep his records secret, Reuters has learned.

The move during the final weeks of Romney’s administration was legal but unusual for a departing governor, Massachusetts officials say.

The effort to purge the records was made a few months before Romney launched an unsuccessful campaign for the Republican presidential nomination in 2008. He is again competing for the party’s nomination, this time to challenge Barack Obama for the presidency in 2012.

Five weeks before the first contests in Iowa, Romney has seen his position as frontrunner among Republican presidential candidates whittled away in the polls as rival Newt Gingrich, the former speaker of the House of Representatives, has gained ground.

When Romney left the governorship of Massachusetts, 11 of his aides bought the hard drives of their state-issued computers to keep for themselves. Also before he left office, the governor’s staff had emails and other electronic communications by Romney’s administration wiped from state servers, state officials say.

Wild Thing's comment......

I don't like this kind of thing, it has to do with beingi honest. Iti reminds me a lot of how the Clinton's did things.

Let's look at some of the Endorsements for the GOP Presidential election........of course these are only a few there are others.

Mitt ~ Gore, Carter, Scott Brown(MASS), MurkowskII(Ak}, Quayle

Newt ~ TheUnionleader (newspaper)

Perry ~ Sheriff Arpaio, Jindal (LA), Forbes, Blackwell (OH), Harrell(SC), Minutemen Project, Wilkins(SC)

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December 05, 2011

Gingrich: "Life Doesn't Begin at Conception Because That Would 'Open Up ... Very Difficult Questions'"

Gingrich: Life Doesn't Begin at Conception Because That Would 'Open Up ... Very Difficult Questions'


In an interview with ABC News on Friday, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said he believes that human life does not begin at conception but at "implantation and successful implantation" because if you say life begins at conception "you're going to open up an extraordinary range of very difficult questions."

Gingrich also said that his "friends" who take "ideological positions" that human life does begin at conception "don't then follow through on the logic of" that postion.

Gingrich's statement was criticized by Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.), who like Gingrich is seeking the Republican presidential nomination, and by commentaries posted on pro-life websites.

Gingrich made his statement in an interview with ABC News's Jake Tapper in West Des Moines, Iowa.

"Abortion is a big issue here in Iowa among conservative Republican voters and Rick Santorum has said you are inconsistent," Tapper told Gingrich. "The big argument here is that you have supported in the past embryonic stem cell research and you made a comment about how these fertilized eggs, these embryos are not yet 'pre-human' because they have not been implanted. This has upset conservatives in this state who worry you don’t see these fertilized eggs as human life. When do you think human life begins?"

Gingrich responded: "Well, I think the question of being implanted is a very big question. My friends who have ideological positions that sound good don't then follow through the logic of: 'So how many additional potential lives are they talking about? What are they going to do as a practical matter to make this real?

"I think," Gingrich continued, "that if you take a position when a woman has fertilized egg and that's been successfully implanted that now you're dealing with life, because otherwise you're going to open up an extraordinary range of very difficult quesitons."

Wild Thing's comment......

Just keep talking Newt, the whole you are digging is getting deeper and deeper. This is a good example of one that does have some smarts to match his blimp size ego .

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:55 AM

Sen. Tom Coburn: I Will Have Difficulty Supporting Newt Gingrich as President of the United States

Sen. Tom Coburn: I Will Have Difficulty Supporting Newt Gingrich as President of the United States

Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) said Sunday that he cannot support GOP presidential frontrunner Newt Gingrich because the former House speaker lacks leadership skills.

“I am not inclined to be a supporter of Newt Gingrich’s having served under him for four years and experienced his leadership. Because I found it lacking often times,” Coburn said on Fox News Sunday. The Oklahoma senator served in the House of Representatives from 1995 to 2001.

“There’s all kind of leaders, leaders that instill confidence and leaders that are somewhat abrupt, leaders that have one standard for the people that they are leading and a different standard for themselves,” he said. “I will have difficulty supporting him for president of the United States.”

Wild Thing's comment......

Sen. Tom Coburn would have an inside track on what Newt was like. I think Chris Wallace was surprised to hear the answer to his question. But Chris has not done his homework, because Sen. Tom Coburn has spoken out a few other times on how strongly he feels about Newt and not supporting him.

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December 04, 2011

Huckabee Presidential Forum (Full Video)

H/T The Right Scoop

Here’s the full Huckabee Presidential Forum that includes Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Ron Paul, Michele Bachmann, Newt Gingrich, and Rick Santorum.

Cain is out and Huntsman did not want to be in the Forum.

Wild Thing's comment......

If we don’t get a handle on what is going on right now and elect a pro constitutional President...it’s over. Gov Perry is a Constitutional Conservative. I’m looking for a President that governs according to the CONSTITUTION and that is Rick Perry.

Like I said in the other post, Mitt is Mitt and is still 100% for his Romneycare = Obamacare.

Gingrich is NOT solidly pro-life
Gingrich is NOT solidly pro-2nd Amendment
Gingrich, in spite of his backtracking about the picture with he and nazi pelosi, has NOT stated that global warming is a farce.
Gingrich believes the era of Reagan is OVER
Gingrich believed in the healthcare mandate and has FAILED to completely distance himself from that position.

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December 03, 2011

Newt Gingrich Says “I’m going to be the nominee. It’s very hard not to look at the recent polls and think that the odds are very high I’m going to be the nominee." ~ Wow He Is Arrogant!

Newt Gingrich " I will be the nominee" Watch him say uit and has face, his eyes, his attitude!
“I’m going to be the nominee,” the former Speaker told ABC News. “It’s very hard not to look at the recent polls and think that the odds are very high I’m going to be the nominee.”

TAPPER: “How do you respond to Republicans who say if you don’t draw distinctions with Mitt Romney and others who are attacking you, if you don’t point out their perceived vulnerabilities, Barack Obama and the Democrats sure aren’t going to share that same reluctance and you are doing Obama a favor by staying positive?”

GINGRICH: “They are not going to be the nominee. I don’t have to go around and point out the inconsistencies of people who are not going to be the nominee. They are not going to be the nominee.”

TAPPER: “You are going to be the nominee?”

GINGRICH: “I’m going to be the nominee. It’s very hard not to look at the recent polls and think that the odds are very high I’m going to be the nominee. And by the way I don’t object if people want to attack me, that’s their right. All I’m suggesting that it’s not going to be very effective and that people are going to get sick of it very fast. And the guys who attacked each other in the debates up to now, every single one of them have lost ground by attacking. So they should do what they and their consultants want to do. I will focus on being substantive and I will focus on Barack Obama.”

Wild Thing's comment......

Newt’s as arrogant as ever. It does not matter how far ahead any candidate is in the polls, to say what Newt has said imo is way out of line. Besides it being arrogant he is saying our process does not matter. Hello Newt, we have not voted yet and the polls are no guarantee you are the most popular. Not everyone is taking a poll, not everyone even uses the internet, and not everyone gets political phone calls.

As they say buyer beware......this below is from The Natioinal Review it is well laid out with dates.

August 30, 2004: “Everywhere I’ve been, I’ve argued in favor of electing the moderates,” Gingrich said… He even chastised the fiscally conservative Club for Growth — a group that finances primary challengers to Republican incumbents they deem too liberal .

In June 2005:supporting the ill-conceived nomination of John Bolton as the United States ambassador to the United Nations

In April 2007, he raved about the leadership skills of New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg

In 2007, he accused the Bush administration of fighting a “phony war” on terrorism

In 2008, he hailed John McCain’s efforts in the crafting of the TARP legislation...........

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George Will: "You Can Associate Many Things With Mr. Gingrich, But Wisdom Isn’t One of Them"

George Will Hammers Gingrich: 'You Can Associate Many Things With Mr. Gingrich, But Wisdom Isn’t One of Them'
"Surely the Republican nominating electorate should understand the fact that people have patterns. Don't expect the patterns to go away, expect the patterns to manifest themselves again. And if Newt Gingrich has any pattern at all, and he does, it is a pattern of getting himself into trouble because he thinks he's the smartest guy in the room"

Wild Thing's comment......

Newt thinks everyone needs to just be quiet and listen to him.

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December 02, 2011

GOP Presidential Debate, Saturday December 3rd on FOX News

Mike Huckabee to host GOP Presidential Debate, December 3rd on FOX News. Six out of eight candidates to attend.
Six of the eight GOP Presidential Candidates will take part in a debate of sorts – a special “Mike Huckabee Candidate Forum” this Saturday Night, December 3, 2011, on the set of Huckabee’s Fox News TV Show in New York.

The forum will run from 8:00-10:00 PM ET, and will feature Rick Perry, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum, and Ron Paul being questioned by Gov. Huckabee and three state Attorneys General – Pam Bondi, Ken Cuccinelli, and Scott Pruitt.

Gov. Jon Huntsman, and Herman Cain have decided not to take part in the forum.

Wild Thing's comment.........

There is something I do not understand. Mike Huckabee this last week endorsed Mitt Romney. Huckabee is going to be the Host of the debate on FOX. Now this imo stinks to high heaven and I don't get it. There are plenty of people at FOX that could do this debate even if they had Bret Baier do it again, he did a fantastic job when he did it.

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December 01, 2011

Newt Gingrich Attacks Conservative Paul Ryan's Plan AGAIN Says He Meant It Calls It Right-Wing Social Engineering

This creep was on Hannity last night. 11/30/2011

Newt Gingrich on Ryan's Plan as Right-Wing Social Engineering: "What I Said Was True"

Sean Hannity: What you said about Paul Ryan and criticized his Medicare plan and “right-wing social engineering?”

Newt Gingrich: Well look it was a technical mistake but what I said was true. I was asked a question, “Should Republicans impose a plan that is deeply unpopular. And, I said something that Hayek wrote about in The Road to Serfdom, rightwing social engineering is as dangerous as leftwing social engineering. I made a lot of my conservative friends mad at me. But, in fact, Hayek wrote this and he’s right. We have an obligation to explain to the country that any major reform that affects their lives until they decide they’re going to accept it… I was trying to say something very profound but I frankly backed off because it was too much noise to communicate.



Former House Speaker and current Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich called Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) to apologize on Tuesday, two days after Gingrich criticized Ryan's Medicare reform proposal as right-wing social engineering.


Also from back in May 2011 ...Rush Criticizes Gingrich's Paul Ryan Critique


Wild Thing's comment......

Listen to Newt, listen to his tremendous ego. I know he cannot help it, he truly believes HE and only HE has the answers to everything.

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November 29, 2011

Herman Cain and His What " Is" Is

Herman Cain has got some real problems on his hands this time. The Fox 5 Reporter from Atlanta talked to Shep Smith at 7:00 tonight and he tells Shep that there were 61 calls in and out between the woman (Ginger White) and Herman Cain's private cell phone according to billing records. The reporter calls the number and Herman Cain calls back and talks to this reporter from Fox 5.


Wild Thing's comment......

The last time this stuff came out regarding Cain, true or not, Cain chose to blame Rick Perry directly and then also Perry's team. I went into my attack mode on Cain because I will not tolerate lies like that. This time......... I will wait again to see how Cain handles this before I pounce on him. That is as fair as I can be about Cain.

The person I do feel sorry for or persons are his wife and family. His wife always voted democrat which is a bummer but all the same this is about a marriage so I do feel sorry for her.

One other thiing.....The station also released a statement from Cain's attorney, Lin Wood, who said the allegations of "private, alleged consensual conduct between adults" is not "not a proper subject of inquiry by the media or the public."

If that is the best... denial that a $600 an hour lawyer can issue, then I'd have to say that this story has legs. There are telephone records and text message records.Cain set himself up when he claimed there were no skeletons in his closet.

For me however, the biggest thing about Cain that I just will never think of him as Presidential are three things.

1. his using the race card, and that was all on his own, no one forced him to as they say go there.

2. the constant ad lingo speak he does. sorry but I do not want my president to be sitting with heads of State and speaking in ad lingo.

3. his total lack of knowledge about so many things, including foreign policy and no desire to even try to learn in preparation of his run for president. His constant way he refers to getting advisors omg never in my life have I seen that from a candidate on either side before. It is really bad.

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Newt’s Tea Party Comparison Should Put Newt In Tea Party Kettle

Gingrich Backs Obamacare’s Individual Mandate Requiring Health Insurance

Gingrich: Focus On My 1993 Mandate Support Is ‘Political Amnesia’ (VIDEO)

Newt Gingrich Supports Individual Mandate

Newt Gingrich Had Lucrative Health Industry Ties

Newt Gingrich Was For The Individual Mandate Before He Was Against It


Gingrich (in 2007): Congress Must Impose an Individual Mandate


Newt’s Tea Party Comparison Should Put Newt In Tea Party Kettle

RedState blog

I have been a devoted Tea Party advocate since its inception and have witnessed politicians from both parties jump in the mud, but I have never witnessed such blatant and sad arrogance as that of Newt Gingrich.

Gingrich has a long history of debacles and unethical behavior from sideways deals that got him in trouble in the House of Representatives. A few include, while he condemned his colleagues over the House overdraft scandal, it turned out he did the same. As he criticized President Clinton’s personal life, he himself, suffered from similar behavior. As he has been critical of Fannie and Freddie Mac, it comes out that he took nearly two million in consulting fees. As the nation struggles, Newt kept up a half million dollar Tiffanys line of credit and went on luxury cruises as a nation suffers… not to mention his public overtures and embrace of Nancy Pelosi.

None of this compares to the shameless attempt for Newt to pretend to be an advocate of the Tea Party and to suggest that he is our ideal candidate. Quite the contrary, he is the candidate not of the Tea Party but of the “inside the beltway” mentality that has seemingly corrupted him.

Those in our movement cringed when he attacked Congressman Ryan for “social engineering” and many of us were breathless when it became clear that Newt profited from Fannie and Freddie to the tune of almost two million dollars as Americans face record foreclosures.

Gingrich is NO “Braveheart” or a William Wallace but rather is a calculated political tactician, who should be ashamed for this reckless self promotion and appeal to those of us in the Tea Party. Candidly, as Christmas approaches, Gingrich should not embrace the role of Braveheart to compare himself to, but I would suggest Mr. Potter, the corrupt banker from It’s a Wonderful Life whose only interest is lining his pockets no matter how deceitful his behavior is or who it hurts. I encourage all of my fellow Tea Partiers to not be yet another opportunistic species for Newt to try to prey upon on.

I enclose below the shameless attempt of another Gingrich, used car salesperson promotional tactic and encourage all of us to object to his horrific attempt to get our vote.

Gingrich Casts Himself as ‘Braveheart‘ — ‘Perfect’ Tea Party Candidate

I saw this interesting post of opposition research on Newt and although it’s clear it came from some Ron Paul/Alex Jones types who fear the CFR, Bilderbergers, and the Illuminati… save for some of that crazy it does put quite an impression of Newt out there that is in no way favorable to Tea Party support!

Newt Gingrich is a political chameleon that has inexplicably managed to fool conservatives for 30 years. He is a globalist to the bone and supports every opportunity to erode American sovereignty and the constitution. He disguises his statist positions with an abundance of flip-flopping and pandering as needed. He has a long history of expanding the Federal Government and deficit spending. He is the very definition of an Establishment Insider.

You can CLICK HERE IF YOU WISH TO SEE TONS OF QUOTES BY NEWT ....... and the dates and links to go with the. Remember we are Republicans most of us and we vet our candidates. If you wish you can send this to others that want to know more about Newt Gingrich.


Wild Thing's comment......

NO thank you, not now and I pray not ever.

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November 28, 2011

Memo to Gingrich: 'Red card' is path to amnesty

Memo to Gingrich: 'Red card' is path to amnesty

by Tom Tancredo


Memo to Newt: That's not a back-door amnesty program, it's a front-door amnesty program.

If Newt Gingrich is a "policy wonk" as his friends proclaim, he is a very lazy one. He should have read the Kriebel Foundation's "Red Card Solution" before endorsing it as a non-amnesty solution to our immigration conundrum.

The so-called Red Card Solution purports to create a new guest-worker program that solves all of our immigration problems. It strengthens border security, helps employers fill low-skilled jobs, bars criminals from participation and does all of this by "empowering the private sector" without use of taxpayer dollars. Maybe in the fine print it also wipes out the national debt.

The problem is, it does none of those things, and anyone who takes time to actually read the full 41-page "white paper" instead of the press handout will see this.

Buried deep in the proposal is a statement that ought to send a chill up the spine of any American who opposes amnesty. The plan makes endless statements that foreign nationals who participate in our work force through the Red Card non-immigrant visa are "on a totally separate track" from immigrants seeking citizenship. Yet, in the fine print the proposal admits that this is not actually true. Any worker could apply for a green card – and thus a path to citizenship – after completing several years in the program. The sole hitch? They could not go to the head of the line.

So, the Red Card program does not convey citizenship, but it does establish a legal path to citizenship for illegal aliens already in the country. Memo to Newt: That's not a back-door amnesty program, it's a front-door amnesty program.

A true "guest worker" program requires the worker to go home after completing the term of the work visa, but the Kriebel proposal does not do that. In the fine print, we learn that any worker can change jobs or renew the work permit indefinitely – and not by returning to their home country and reapplying, but by simply making a phone call to the private employment agency that issued the permit.

Does Newt Gingrich or any serious person really believe that after legalizing 10-20 million alien workers and welcoming them into our communities as legal workers, they would forever be kept in a legal limbo without a way to gain citizenship? The Red Card Solution is a dishonest non-solution on those grounds alone.

The press release version and the Helen Kriebel video are also deceptive in another respect. Kriebel implies that the program is aimed at assisting employers in recruiting foreign workers, but its real purpose is to allow the millions of illegal workers already in the U.S. to keep their current jobs after a quickie trip to a border "visa processing station."

The third joker in the Red Card deck is the laughable criminal background check that each foreign national will supposedly receive as part of the "job placement process." All applicants will be run through the FBI database and also the criminal database of their native country.

Now, pardon me, but I do have a question about this rigorous background check. How much do you trust the governments of Mexico, Ecuador, Brazil, Cuba, Egypt, Vietnam, China, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Pakistan or Russia – to name a few – to maintain an accurate database free of corruption and bribes? Are those databases fingerprint-based to guard against fake names and aliases? And what crimes will be exempted from the background check after the ACLU and the American Immigration Lawyers Association finish their lobbying campaigns?

We can give the Kriebel proposal kudos for a few gems found buried in their plan as "background." They admit we need to eliminate the "birthright citizenship" misinterpretation of the 14th Amendment that gives automatic citizenship to children born to illegal aliens (and foreign students, business travelers and others). And they admit we have 15-20 million illegals in the U.S., not the ludicrously low U.S. Census estimate of 11.3 million.

The Gingrich endorsement of the misnamed Red Card Solution tells us how pathetically stupid the establishment GOP is in dealing with the immigration issue. It has learned nothing since the disastrous debate over the Bush-McCain amnesty proposals of 2006 and 2007. The so-called Red Card Solution is so fraught with loopholes and contradictions that after five-and-a-half years of alterations and refinements, it has yet to be introduced as legislation in Congress. The Secure Fence Act, passed by a Republican majority in the House in December of 2006 was sabotaged by later amendments – but who in Republican ranks is demanding it be implemented?

There is one non-amnesty strategy that has already proven that it works. In fact, it works so well it is continuously attacked by the open borders lobby and undermined by the Obama administration. That is "attrition through enforcement." Illegal aliens self-deport when denied access to jobs, and millions have gone home as jobs dry up in our recession.

Here's the bottom line. Any new guest worker program that offers legal status to illegal aliens without first securing the border is doomed to failure. Moreover, any plan that presumes competent and efficient enforcement of its complicated provisions before we have demonstrated we can enforce existing laws is not a proposal to be taken seriously.


Wild Thing's comment......

I would also like to point out that Rick Perry has said several times that the border has got to be taken care of first above all else dealing with the illegals.

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November 23, 2011

Hermain Cain Makes Major Gaffes and No Knowledge What He Is Talking About In Debate~ LMAO Good Lord!

Cain's plan to impose sanctions against Syria's oil industry would be less than effective as it has more or less ground to a halt because of existing sanctions.


Cain floundered throughout the foreign policy debate, unsurprising given his recent embarrassing interview on the situation in Libya. He also committed another gaffe, adding what is sure to be one more viral video to his impressive collection.

1. "I would work with people that know better to make a plan."

Throughout the debate, Cain avoided giving an opinion on the actions he would take as president, often citing those he would ask for advice over his own theories. Such a strategy is healthy (in part) in practice, but is political kryptonite in a presidential debate.

2. "If you take a look at the people who have tried to kill us, it would be easy to identify what that profile looks like."

Cain, like Santorum, was firmly in favor of profiling, which he called "targeted identification." When moderator Wolf Blitzer compared the profiling of Muslims and Arabs to that of Christians or Jews, however, Cain rejected the comparison as simplistic.

3. "Blitz."

A classic blunder. Cain mistakenly called Wolf Blitzer by an abbreviation of his name. Blitzer's response: "Cain?"


Cain and mountains ...... "That's not good decision-making,” said Cain. ... Bombs! They will not land on mountains. They just bounce right back up in ... You can't explain that!

During World War II, between 1942 and 1945, or approximately 70 years ago, brave Allied aviators flew numerous transport missions over and across the eastern end of the Himalayan Mountains — they called it the “Hump” — to resupply units of the U.S. Army Air Forces based in China.

These pilots had to wind their way between, around and sometimes over mountains as high as 15,000 feet in two- and four-engine propeller aircraft while encountering violent turbulence, winds up to 200 mph, icing, and using 1940s navigation technology, unreliable charts, and having to fight off occasional Japanese fighter attacks.

But they did it, delivering approximately 650,000 tons of materiel to China during their 42-month history.

Mountains have never kept our military from doing their job.

But here comes pizza CEO and presidential wannabe Herman Cainz, on two occasions in the year 2011, claiming that the mountains in Iran would “make it very difficult” to launch a military strike against Iran to stop that country from developing a nuclear capability.

During the most recent Republican presidential candidates’ debate, Cain also said — in addition to the mountains problem — that he would support Israel in an attack on Iran if there was a “credible” plan.

“I would support Israel if it was clear what the mission was,” Cain said.

Two comments, Mr. Cain:

First, the Israeli Air Force or its missiles would have no problem in the year 2011 flying around, in-between or over those Iranian mountains that are between 11,000 and 14,000 feet high. (The highest mountain in Iran, Mount Damavand, located in the Alborz Mountains, along the Caspian Sea is approximately 18,000 feet high and easily avoided in any aircraft or missile raid.)

If there is any problem with finding and attacking Iran’s nuclear sites, it is not the mountains, but the fact that they are underground, hardened and dispersed. But I believe the Israel Defense Forces have a pretty good idea where they are and what to do about them.

Which brings me to the second point.

Believe me, Mr. Cain, that Israel has a “credible plan” to attack the Iranian nuclear sites when and if that becomes necessary. Also, I do not believe that you would have to worry about the mission not “being clear.”

You see, Mr. Cain, even in the open literature one can find detailed, credible plans for such a preemptive strike.

For example, already back in March 2009, the reputable Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) published in superb detail, accuracy and realism operational “plans” for various Israeli military options to take out the Iranian threat, both by IDF aircraft and by an Israeli ballistic missile attack.

The report, titled “Study on a Possible Israeli Strike on Iran’s Nuclear Development Facilities,” includes detailed mission analyses, mission weapons payloads, strike force requirements, mission route profiles, optimum routes, specific weapons capabilities and effects, and even how the Iranian ground and airborne defenses will react to such attacks.

Also, detailed maps showing locations of Israeli and Iranian nuclear facilities, military and missile bases and sites, and (estimated) numbers and types of weapons—including nuclear—and aircraft and missiles orders of battle — and even the locations of all those mountains.

Finally, assessments of consequent environmental damages as a result of such a strike; of how the Israeli air defense and ballistic missile defense systems would perform against an Iranian retaliatory attack.

There may be many reasons for not launching an attack on Iran, but the “mountains in Iran” is not one of them.

Mr. Cain may want to take a peek at such plans before his next debate.


Wild Thing's comment.......

I am so sorry to anyone that is supporting Cain, the truth is there each time he opens his mouth why he is NOT qualified. He won't even study up to learn anything, he prefers to keep saying he will get those advisors when he wins the election. sheesh Hello voters we can do much better then this and it is RICK PERRY.

You want to know what has really been ticking me off big time???? I am just going to say it. If you are reading and listening to what Perry says he is leading the way in ideas and how to handle things, how to restore our country and make us strong again. BUT Newt is parroting Perry's Social Security stance, his Energy policy...China issues...how convenient that Newt now agrees with Perry but is making like he came up with the stuff. And Cain has been doing this too on some issues. I watch this happening and watch the polls as they ( Can and Newt) go up in gthe polls stealing Perry's ideas and Perry just keeps at it. Perry is the man of strength and the great ideas what to do. I pray one day he gets the well deserved credit for it.
These two Cain and Newt are not even shy about stealing from Perry they do it sometimes even during a debate. sheesh!

Amd the media and rino's just sit back and nod oh yes Newt has good ideas.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:55 AM

Rick Perry and Bachmann Disagree On Suspending Aid To Pakistan

Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann and Texas Gov. Rick Perry are clashing over whether the United States should continue to provide more than $1 billion in aid to Pakistan. (

Wild Thing's comment........

Just watched a Frontline episode about the terrorist who planned Mumbai.
Of course he and his group were supported by the Pakistani military and the ISI.
I would really doubt any intelligence coming out of that cesspool. I disagree with Bachmann that we should give them any money.

Perry and Bachmann disagreed over suspending aid to Pakistan.

Perry would suspend aid until Pakistan demonstrates that it would be a trusting ally however Bachmann believes that to be highly naive and would continue aid to Pakistan because she worries that their nukes would fall into the hands of the Taliban or Al-Qaeda/

Cut them off. Freaking Bin Laden was being sheltered by their government! I agree with Perry! Scrap it out and start all over again after proven negotiations!

I have to share this too. LOL this is so funny.

Rick Santorum said, "Africa is a country on the brink." Ron Paul smirked. Herman Cain nodded in agreement.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:50 AM

My Herman Cain Problem.... by David Stein ~ Excellent Summary

My Herman Cain Problem

by David Stein

Recently, I’ve been having a spate of private arguments with some of my fellow GOPs regarding Herman Cain. I’ve found that, among Cain fans, it’s sometimes (not always, but sometimes) difficult to express reservations about their candidate of choice without getting attacked personally in one way or another. I feel about Cain the way I’ve felt in the past when friends whose opinions I genuinely respect have recommended a “must see” TV show, and after viewing it I find myself having difficulty understanding why my friends are so crazy about it.

So in the spirit of “who the hell needs friends anyway,” here are some of my reservations about candidate Cain.

Let’s begin with an easy one. Cain can’t stop putting his foot in his mouth. He’s damn near pathological about it. The Palestinian “right of return” flub, the “I think we already recognize their democratically-elected government (of Taiwan)” gaffe, the “no Muslims in my cabinet” claim and reversal, the “ban on mosques” claim and reversal, the “Gitmo prisoner exchange” claim and reversal, the “ascribing the most well-known lines of the Declaration of Independence to the Constitution” blunder, the “China is seeking nuclear capability” bungle, the “what’s a neo-con?” stumble, etc., etc. And this is only in the first few months of the primary.

But okay, Cain might become better-informed in the months to come. So let’s leave those concerns behind and move on…

The experience question. In next year’s general election, we have two very strong arguments to make regarding Obama’s failures. One is that Obama’s policies are bad. They don’t work. They’re destructive. But another equally effective argument is that Obama’s near-absolute lack of governing experience made him ill-equipped for the job of president. If we run Cain in the general, we lose the ability to use the latter argument. If we run someone who, impossible as it may be to imagine, actually has less governing experience than Obama, we can’t make Obama’s lack of pre-election governing experience an issue.

Now remember, a large percentage of independent voters – you know, the people whose votes we’ll need to win – don’t hate Obama. After all, a lot of them voted for him in ’08. It’s more that they’ve grown disappointed with him. He’s let them down. They don’t see him (as many of us do) as the bastard child of Mao Zedong and Rosa Luxemburg. They simply see him as a sad, sad failure.

These are the people who will be especially moved by the talking point that Obama was a poorly-qualified candidate ill-equipped for the most important job in the world. These disaffected independents will not be keen on replacing Obama with someone with even less governing experience. We run Cain, we lose one of our most effective strategies.

Cain supporters will argue that their guy’s experience in the private sector will make up for his lack of governing experience. I’m not sure voters will buy that; I’m not sure I buy that. Running a company is different from running a country. More importantly, Cain’s private-sector experience will count for nil if, God forbid, there’s a major terrorist attack in the months before the election, or if war breaks out in one of the world’s hot-spots. Cain has joked about his lack of foreign policy knowledge, and how he’ll learn on-the-job if elected. Heaven help us if we run Cain and, two months before the election, events create an environment in which a joke about not knowing the name of the leader of “Uzbeki-beki-beki-stan-stan” loses all humor.

By running Cain we’d be doing the unthinkable – running a man who’s FIRST TIME being publicly vetted is in a presidential election (Cain did run for the Senate in ’04, but he didn’t make it out of the primary, and was thus spared the scrutiny that comes with competing in a general election). With Cain as the nominee, 2012 would be our “crossed fingers” election. Let’s keep our fingers crossed that he stops making embarrassing gaffes; let’s keep our fingers crossed that he has no more skeletons in his closet (like the sexual harassment settlements); let’s keep our fingers crossed that he can control his temper once the heat really gets turned up; let’s keep our fingers crossed that nothing occurs on the international stage in the months before the election that would make his ignorance of foreign policy a major campaign issue.

In short, if 2008 was the Democrats’ year of “Hope and Change,” with Cain as our guy, 2012 will be the Republicans’ year of “Hope and Pray.”

“Thanks for the sound-bite, Herman. Sincerely, Barack.” Cain has already given the Obama re-election team a gift of immeasurable worth: He’s given them a “Kerry moment.” When John Kerry uttered the now-infamous “I actually voted for that bill before I voted against it” comment, he handed team Bush the best campaign commercial they could have hoped for. Cain hasn’t even waited until election year to give team Obama the one sentence they can play over and over again in their campaign ads: “If you don’t have a job and you’re not rich, blame yourself.”

Assuming, and this is a pretty easy assumption, that unemployment will still be a top (or the top) issue during the campaign next year, how exactly do you think that sound bite is going to play to voters? How can we blame unemployment on Obama’s policies if we have a candidate who’s on record saying that unemployment is the fault of the unemployed, not the government? Cain’s boneheaded comment can single-handedly dilute our most compelling argument – that we can accomplish job creation, and that Obama’s policies are responsible for the dismal job figures.

Cain supporters might counter that his “blame yourself” statement was referring specifically to the OWS protesters, not to the unemployed in general. And that might indeed have been Cain’s intent. But Cain didn’t qualify his statement to make clear that he wasn’t bashing all unemployed. It was a ham-fisted comment. For the record, Kerry also tried to clarify what he “really” meant with the “voted for it before voting against it” remark. Little good it did him. The sound-bite is what matters, not the footnote.

The race card. If Cain had responded to the Rick Perry “Negrohead rock” non-story, and the recent sexual harassment claims, by unequivocally refusing to play the race card, we’d all be applauding his character. Admit it – we would. So what does it say about his character that in both instances he pulled that foul card quicker than Robert Shaw pulling a fifth ace out of a loaded deck in The Sting? Whether on the attack (against Perry) or on the defensive (against the harassment charges), Cain seems to have no problem screaming racism. Personally, I see that as a serious character flaw.

And, frankly, when you can’t run on governing experience, character becomes much more important.

And on the subject of character…

“I did not say what I just said!” Cain seems to have no problem just…well, I’ll be blunt – lying. On camera. About something that happened ten minutes earlier. In June, while holding a press conference at RightOnline, Cain quite clearly said that he would consider taking “extra precautions” when appointing Muslims to his cabinet. He said this on camera, in a room full of reporters. About ten minutes later – at the same press conference, in front of the same reporters – he was asked what he meant by “special precautions” (the reporter said “special precautions” instead of “extra precautions,” but the doesn’t change the legitimacy of the question; what “precautions” was Cain referring to? It’s a completely appropriate question). Cain threw a temper tantrum and screamed “I never said I would use any special precautions.” He then had the audacity to claim that the “precautions” comment was a lie cooked up “by somebody on the Internet.”

Mind you, he said that to a room full of reporters who had, only ten minutes earlier, heard him say that he’d consider using “extra precautions” when appointing Muslims.


That was absolutely irresponsible. We can’t sugar coat what we see on that video. He lied, in a place and manner in which the lie was demonstrable and preserved for the record. What the hell are we supposed to make of that? Is he so easily flustered that he can forget something that happened ten minutes ago? Is he just reckless? Or, as others have suggested, is his entire campaign based on the strategy of “winging it?”

Which brings me to the current sexual harassment morass. Frankly, there’s only one aspect of this controversy that concerns me. Yes, the liberal press is biased against conservatives. Yes, the media would have almost certainly soft-peddled (or ignored) the harassment story if Cain were a Democrat. Yes, the very notion of what constitutes sexual harassment can be vague. Yes, some harassment complaints are baseless.

Yes, yes, yes. I know that. We all do.

Now, most of us can agree that team Cain didn’t handle the harassment scandal in a prepared and professional manner. But my concern is, did Cain lie through his teeth when the story became public?

Cain repeatedly claimed that the harassment charges were “thoroughly investigated” by the National Restaurant Association (NRA) and found to have “no basis.”

“I was falsely accused of sexual harassment and when the charges were brought, as the leader of the organization, I recused myself and allowed my general counsel and my human resource officer to deal with the situation. And it was concluded after a thorough investigation that it had no basis.”

The problem is, as of this writing, there’s absolutely no corroborating evidence of any “thorough investigation” by the NRA that found the charges baseless. In fact, the person who was head of the NRA’s human resources department at the time of the incidents claims to have no knowledge of any such investigation.

Cain has quite possibly wandered into a classic Nixonian “the cover-up is worse than the crime” sand-trap. Many Republicans (myself included) could live with a candidate who, twelve years ago. became embroiled in a “he said/she said” workplace harassment situation. Honestly, it’s not that big a deal to me. But what I can’t live with is a candidate who could look his supporters in the eyes and lie about a nonexistent report that supposedly cleared him.

If Cain lied about the exonerating report, that’s a MASSIVE red flag. As I said, at this point I really don’t give a damn about what happened with his female employees twelve years ago. What I care about is if Cain’s response to the crisis was to lie.

I think enough questions have been raised concerning Mr. Cain’s viability as a candidate to warrant a demand to know whether such an internal investigation exists, and what its conclusions were. Because, essentially, there are four possible outcomes:

1. There was no NRA internal investigation. Cain lied.
2. There was an investigation, but it found that the harassment claims had merit. Cain lied.
3. There was an investigation, but no conclusion was reached as to whether the claims were legitimate or baseless. Cain lied.
4. There was an investigation, and it concluded that the harassment claims had no basis. Cain told the truth.
Three out of four potential outcomes do not favor Mr. Cain. Those are not great odds. Now, for all I know, Cain is telling the God’s honest truth about the exonerating investigation. But he’s already been contradicted by one of the people who supposedly oversaw it. And it’s a simple fact that we really don’t know very much about how Cain would handle a major crisis if he were elected president.

So let’s at least find out how he handled this one. Either there is an internal investigation that cleared him, or there isn’t. If there is, that should be the end of the harassment scandal.

If there isn’t, I’d say the same thing about Mr. Cain’s campaign.


Wild Thing's comment.......

I have posted writings by David Stein before. He is excellent and I like the way he walks a person through what he is writing.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:48 AM

November 22, 2011

GOP Debate....The Heritage Foundation ..Tonight On CNN

The Heritage Foundation, the American Enterprise Institute and CNN are pleased to announce that the presidential debate on national security, foreign policy and the economy co-hosted by The Heritage Foundation will take place in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, Nov. 22. CNN's Wolf Blitzer will moderate.

The debate falls on the eve of the deadline for the so-called congressional super committee to create a plan for at least $1.2 trillion in deficit reduction.

8 p.m. to 10 p.m. (ET) live from the historic DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C.

The following eight presidential contenders will participate in the debate: Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, businessman Herman Cain, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, Texas Rep. Ron Paul, Texas Gov. Rick Perry, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum.

Wild Thing's comment.........

This is so stupid all these debates, there are just way TOO many of them. How the heck our the candidates supposed to raise funds, speak around the country, do the shake hands stuff all of it and at the same time do this many debates. I think the GOP is stupid and could care less about beating Obama, honest to God I believe that.

Never before have there been this many debates.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:47 AM | Comments (3)

Mitt Romney Refuses to Call Obama a Socialist,Instead Says Obama Is Just a Liberal Democrat ~ Mitt Is Like McCain!

During his interview with Sean Hannity tonight Mitt Romney would not call Obama a socialist. Instead, the former Massachusetts governor said Obama was a typical “liberal democrat” like other democrats he’s dealt with over the years. Obviously, Mitt didn’t want to offend any of the media elites.

Wild Thing's comment......

I am shaking in my boots Mitt, such strong words.... " lliberal democrat" WOW that will put the fear of God in the enemy within. LOL

This reminds me of when John McCain answered that woman in his audience when she asked about Obama and McCain answered....." Obama is a man of honor, he is a good man and loves America".

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November 20, 2011

Using Race Card (AGAIN) Herman Cain Mailer Tells Iowans He Will Win GOP Race Because Of Black Vote

Herman Cain mailer tells Iowans he will win GOP race because of black vote

Des Moines Register

In a new Iowa mailer, Herman Cain says he believes he will be the 2012 GOP nominee because he’s a descendant of slaves who can garner a large share of the black vote, he didn’t inherit a dime, he has traveled the globe for years, and he’s a believer in Jesus Christ.

“The news media and the Republican establishment are stunned!” says the first line of the seven-page mailer. “I am now the front runner in the race for the Republican Presidential campaign and the highly regarded Rasmussen poll shows me defeating President Obama.”

But then he asks Iowans to tell him which of the other candidates they’re supporting, saying “there are lots of good folks in the race.”

A “poll” asks people to check a box for a candidate among a list of nine in alphabetical order, including Gary Johnson.

Cain lists several points on why he thinks he will win the nomination, including that “as a descendent of slaves I can lead the Republican party to victory by garnering a large share of the black vote, something that has not been done since Dwight Eisenhower garnered 41 percent of the black vote in 1956.”

The letter mentions Ronald Reagan three times. “It’s true that both Ronald Reagan and I grew up poor, worked hard, and put our faith in God,” he says.

Cain says his “grassroots team is unmatched in Iowa” and the other early states, but that Mitt Romney and Rick Perry have a financial edge on him.

The final pitch asks Iowans to send a “personal reply to Herman Cain” with a donation of up to $5,000 per couple.


Wild Thing's comment......

( shaking my head) I am sooooo tired of the race card being played. Obama and the left do it all the time and to see a Republican candidate doing it, is disgusting! It harms our party too, it harms what the Tea Party movement kept telling me we were not about.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:50 AM | Comments (3)

Those For Newt Gingrich Need To Read This! Newt’s New Strategy: Hide in Plain Sight

Newt’s New Strategy: Hide in Plain Sight

As of 2008, Newt Gingrich’s position on the science of global warming was essentially the same as Al Gore’s. True, he was advocating supposedly “conservative” solutions, as opposed to Gore’s expressly UN-oriented agenda. And of course no one is capable of sounding as moronically maniacal as Gore. Nevertheless, regarding the basic ‘theory’—that human activity is leading to a significant and potentially catastrophic alteration of Earth’s climate—they were absolutely of one mind.

In a previous article, “A Newt for All Seasons,” I explained in detail how the dynamic of this year’s primary race has favored the articulate, acerbic underdog, leading to his sudden rise in favor, as though Republicans nervous about Herman Cain’s personal history had simply turned up the next card, and found Newt. It is therefore vital that conservatives taking a second look at the former Speaker ask him—and themselves—the hard questions about his own history.

There is urgency in this matter, for a reason peculiar to Gingrich’s particular set of ‘issues’. Herman Cain’s supposed indiscretions are of a sort that could, and of course would, be exploited by Democrats and liberals in general, should he win the Republican nomination. The most serious concerns about Gingrich, on the contrary, are matters that can only be addressed during the primaries.

Aside from charges of hypocrisy, which could be used in a presidential race to undermine his support from conservatives, the biggest problem with his recent history is the extent to which he is guilty of pandering to—or even worse, actually agreeing with—leftists. This, then, is a concern that must be raised now, before it is too late, i.e. before he wins the nomination and thereby effectively silences all conservative objections until at least November 7th, 2012. And on no issue is this examination more imperative than the question of climate change.

Gingrich’s obfuscation

On November 16th, 2011, Gingrich appeared on the Mark Levin Show. Levin’s first question was very direct and straightforward. Gingrich’s response was, to be polite, obfuscation. Here is the exchange:

ML: Global warming—yes, no, or you don’t know?
NG: I think, I think that I don’t know, but I do know that I’m opposed to cap-and-trade, and I’m opposed to any kind of massive government response. I think there’s no evidence that justifies a large government centralized response of any kind right now. The most you can argue for, I think, is more research.

Let’s compare this directly to Gingrich’s past statements on this issue. As I have described in my previous article cited above, in 2007 he stood on a stage with John Kerry, one of the Senate’s leaders on this pseudo-issue. In a direct, prepared response to Kerry’s staged question about how to answer those in the Senate who resist the science of global warming, Gingrich said, “the evidence is sufficient that we should move towards the most effective possible steps to reduce carbon-loading in the atmosphere.” To Kerry’s follow-up ‘question’ as to whether these steps ought to be taken “urgently,” Gingrich replied, “And do it urgently. Yes.”

When he said “do it urgently,” what was the “it” he was referring to? More research? And when he said “the evidence is sufficient that we should move… to reduce carbon-loading in the atmosphere,” was this merely an alternative way of saying, “I think that I don’t know”?

Gingrich’s choice of words

Pay close attention, further, to this most articulate man’s choice of words, as he tells Levin that “there’s no evidence that justifies a large government centralized response of any kind right now.” What does he mean by “right now”? Is he suggesting that there might be sufficient reason for such action in the future? And if so, when? In addition, if a “large government centralized response” is not justified (yet), how about a small or medium-sized centralized government response? And how do we know, exactly, when a government response is “large”? Okay, so it’s ‘no’ to cap-and-trade. What about other actions, such as the EPA’s various assaults on individual liberty? Which ones are ‘too big,’ on this new Gingrich standard?

Indeed, if he does accept the Gore/Kerry position on the science, as he certainly did three years ago, then how does he justify his rejection of a large government response? The argument for such a response—or, what’s more, for a global, i.e. supranational response—is that this is a problem that cannot be solved by private, localized action, and that cannot be deferred until market forces come around to finding solutions. And if the science were true, the centralized response proponents would have a point. After all, if the long-term survival of a nation and its people were at stake, and specific types of human activity could be identified as the cause of this danger, then wouldn’t resisting immediate government action related to those activities be analogous to refusing to give the government authority to defend the nation against a known, approaching enemy?

The appearance with Kerry is merely one example, of course. Then came Gingrich’s 2008 public service announcement alongside then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi, paid for by The Alliance For Climate Protection, an organization founded by none other than Al Gore. Sitting on a sofa with the U.S. Capitol in the background, smiling at one another, all but holding hands, Pelosi and Gingrich told viewers about the importance of addressing the climate change problem. Here is the script Gingrich read into the camera:

“... [W]e do agree our country must take action to address climate change…. If enough of us demand action from our leaders, we can spark the innovation we need.”

What action do we need, and why must we demand it, if, as he told Mark Levin, the most the evidence provides grounds for is “more research”?

Lest it be argued in Gingrich’s defence that ‘back then’, a lot of people were caught up in the climate change nonsense, whereas now things are clearer for the rational observers among us, keep in mind the following:

First of all, ‘back then’, in this case, means 2008. Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth was released in 2006, won its Oscar in February of 2007, and Gore, along with the UN’s IPCC, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in December of that same year. Global warming was all the rage as a liberal issue, to be sure. However, the debunking of global warming was also in full swing. By May 2008, more than 30,000 scientists (including over 9,000 Ph.D.s) had signed a petition rejecting the “settled science” of anthropogenic global warming. Conservative commentators of all sorts had been tackling the matter directly. Battle lines on the issue had been clearly drawn, and the direct link between the science and politics of climate was readily apparent, as symbolized by the UN’s IPCC, a panel made up of a combination of diplomats and scientists, which releases summary reports that expressly omit or bury the dissenting voices within the panel itself. No one as informed and connected to the political scene as the former Speaker could have failed to know this. Hence, his support of the science was not merely an acceptance of a mainstream idea that had yet to be questioned.

Secondly, the simplest tracing of the history of global climate change/warming/cooling reveals that at each stage of the narrative, the scientific claims were tied to specific or general policy proposals—proposals of an explicitly anti-industrial, anti-capitalist, and internationalist nature. Gingrich’s pretense, in his appearance with Kerry, of separating the science from the liberal agenda is bizarrely naive if it is not disingenuous. The science is, and always was, primarily a pretext for the agenda.

(This is not to say that every professional researcher who seeks to present supporting evidence for the AGW hypothesis is a leftist. Most scholars in any field are people who accept the presuppositions set before them as they enter that field. In fact, such acceptance is usually necessary for the sake of professional advancement, in addition to being the path of least resistance for an unoriginal thinker working in an intellectual setting. Every academic paradigm needs its worker bees. This includes politically-motivated academic paradigms.)

Perhaps I have taken the wrong tack on Gingrich’s global warming position. Perhaps he really doesn’t believe in it at all, in which case he was merely dissembling and pandering to liberals and independents when he staged that ‘green conservatism’ appearance with Kerry, or smiled smarmily at Pelosi in that 2008 public service announcement. There is a deeper issue here, regarding Gingrich’s motives and purposes. His coming-out party on climate change was not a small, personal decision which happened to find its way into an interview somewhere. As I have noted, it was a grand, planned event. He used the appearance with Kerry to stage an applause line, just as he has so effectively done during this year’s debates. Both then and now, he has been careful to orchestrate his crowd-pleasing moments so as to seem to be attacking an enemy shared with both the audience and the putative debate opponents on the stage with him. In 2007, it was Kerry, who nodded with sober approval as Gingrich embraced the science of global warming, and a liberal audience, who clapped and shouted their appreciation for his ‘enlightened’ position. In 2011, it is his Republican debate opponents, who nod or laugh on cue, and the audience of Republican voters, who cheer him on, as he eviscerates a common enemy, be it the liberal moderators or President Obama.

What has changed since 2008 is not the availability of opportunities to educate oneself about the science and political history of anthropogenic global warming. What has changed, to put it simply, is the American conservative movement. The difference, to put it even more simply, is the Tea Party. Three years ago, Washington insiders—of whom Gingrich is obviously one—saw the Republicans’ prospects as bleak. They were somewhat directionless, spineless, and, in the waning, unpopular moments of the Bush administration, powerless. They were looking at, and talking about, a generational climb back into majority status in the nation, and in Congress.

In that climate, Gingrich’s prominent photo-ops with important liberal Democrats—Kerry, who had recently received 48% of the popular vote in a presidential election, and Pelosi, the most progressive House Speaker in history—along with his decision to align himself, albeit provisionally, with Al Gore, the popular hero of campus leftists and UN stooges—was a reasonable, if cynical, course for a famously controversial Republican seeking to redefine his image. After the 2010 midterm elections, it became clear to anyone with Gingrich’s experience and wiles that no one could hope to gain the Republican nomination without attracting support from some of the Tea Partiers, and forbearance from the rest. Hence the outright rejection of his own past declarations on global warming. Newt the “green conservative” is no more. The same is true on the individual mandate, his consultancy for Freddie Mac, and even his more recent trashing of Paul Ryan’s budget bill.

In his November 16th interview with Levin, he defended the nature of his consulting work in this way: “[W]e said flatly from day one… I will not take any client who has a position that I don’t agree with, because my position was, if you want to come to me for advice, that’s fine, I’ll give you advice. But any position that I take in public is a position I personally believe.”

That strong statement of principle would be a lot easier to make if one felt that one could just “believe” anything that happened to be convenient at any given moment, and then, if it should become inconvenient, suddenly “believe” the opposite.

Global warming: either he’s lying now, to win over conservatives, or he was lying then, to win over liberals
Gingrich’s campaign strategy from this point on is clear, and is demonstrated in his appearance with Levin: deny the anti-conservative positions he has taken—indeed, offer strong arguments against them—and hope to run out the clock on those who would draw attention to his calculation.

With regard to global warming, at least, either he’s lying now, to win over conservatives, or he was lying then, to win over liberals. Which one is better? Which kind of dissembler do you prefer as the Republican nominee: one who pretended to accept the leftist/globalist agenda’s primary theoretical weapon of the moment, or one who really does accept it, but pretends not to when he sees the Tea Party as his surest path to power?


Wild Thing's comment......

I thought this was an excellent article and I liked the way it walks through the details step by step. It is not saying Newt is as evil as Obama, but it is a wake up call to know the truth.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:47 AM | Comments (2)

November 19, 2011

Trying To Explain His Last Gaffe, Cain Stumbles Again And Says Taliban Posed Threat To Libya

Explaining last gaffe, Cain stumbles again

The Hill

GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain committed another potentially damaging foreign policy gaffe on Friday, when he implied that the Taliban posed a threat to the Libyan government.

Speaking at a news conference in Orlando, Fla., Cain was defending his performance in front of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel’s editorial board earlier this week, in which he searched for words and sat in awkward silence after being asked if he agreed with the Obama administration’s policy toward Libya.

“Do I agree with siding with the opposition? Do I agree with saying that Gadhafi should go? Do I agree that they now have a country where you’ve got Taliban and al Qaeda that’s going to be part of the government?” Cain asked reporters. “Do I agree with not knowing the government was going to — which part was he asking me about? I was trying to get him to be specific and he wouldn’t be specific.”

The Taliban are an Islamist militant group based in Afghanistan and Pakistan, while Libya is in northern Africa.

It’s the latest in a series of foreign policy stumbles for the candidate.

In October, Cain said it wasn’t important to know who was “the president of Ubeki-beki-beki-stan.” And in the Journal-Sentinel interview, Cain said he couldn’t recall Obama’s position on Libya because he had “all of this stuff twirling around in my head.”

Cain has responded to the criticism by saying he would surround himself with worthwhile advisers to help him out with foreign policy.


Wild Thing's comment......

It almost feels like he is in a panic mode watching the video.

Michael Yon has this to say about Cain saying that about the Taliban...........
"That's like saying "Tibetans are invading Brazil, forcing Brazilians to cross the border into Greece." - Michael Yon

Posted by Wild Thing at 06:55 AM | Comments (2)

Herman Cain Campaign Won’t Allow Videotaping of Newspaper Interviews ~ Not A Good Sign For Cain To Do This

Report: Herman Cain Campaign Won’t Allow Videotaping of Newspaper Interviews

The Wall Street Journal

Herman Cain’s campaign will no longer allow videotaping of the Republican presidential candidate’s meetings with newspaper editorial boards.

Campaign spokesman J.D. Gordon says the new edict has nothing to do with the fact that Mr. Cain bumbled for several minutes earlier this week when members of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel editorial board asked him, on video, whether he agrees with President Barack Obama’s handling of events in Libya.

In a TV interview here Thursday, Mr. Cain referred to his ceiling-staring brain freeze in Milwaukee as a “powerful pause.” He added that that his fumbling, during which he first asked the assembled editors whether Mr. Obama had supported the opposition in Libya, then said he’d gotten confused because he had “all this stuff twirling around in my head,” was a media-manufactured problem and that voters didn’t care. His sinking post-gaffe poll numbers this week suggest otherwise.

Mr. Gordon announced the new policy in the Airport Diner in Manchester Thursday, after reporters asked why Mr. Cain refused to be videotaped by C-SPAN during a meeting with the New Hampshire Union Leader editorial staff. The decision against tapng ultimately scotched the meeting, which had been scheduled for Thursday morning.

All day, both sides have been accusing each other of canceling the interview. The Union Leader called him a no-show, and the Associated Press quoted Mr. Gordon saying the newspaper canceled, citing differences over timing. “We would like to do something with them in the future,” he told The Associated Press.

According to accounts from both, the interview was originally slated to be about an hour long. When the C-SPAN taping was mentioned, the candidate balked. Later, the Cain camp said they needed to cut the time to 20 minutes, which Union Leader publisher Joe McQuaid dismissed as not long enough.

Of course, Mr. Gordon said, that doesn’t mean Mr. Cain will refuse TV interviews–he did three of those before lunch Thursday. He just won’t be doing on-camera sessions with editorial boards, which tend to be far longer, and feature the policy-heavy questions like the one that tripped him up in Milwaukee.


Wild Thing's comment......

For Cain to do this is very bad, is he going to do this if he made it to being President?

Sorry but Cain is a mess, he is just not qualified to be President. I am not saying he is a bad man , just too many things he does not even try to learn about. He keeps saying he will have people to call on as advisors later one when he is President. Now honestly has any other candidate ever repeatedly used that exuse for their lack of knowledge? I don't remember anyone that did this so often as he does. It does not build confidence.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:47 AM | Comments (2)

November 18, 2011

Newt Gingrich Won’t Release His Freddie Mac Records ~ This is NOT Good!

Gingrich Won’t Release His Freddie Mac Records

Iowa Caucuses

It doesn’t appear that Newt Gingrich will be handing over his Freddie Mac records.

Gingrich in Iowa Wednesday defended his role in the troubled federally-backed housing agency that paid him as much as $1.8 million for consulting work.

He told reporters that he would release as many documents as possible.

But late this afternoon Gingrich’s campaign simply released a list of facts they wanted to reiterate. Spokesman R.C. Hammond said: “This is it” when asked when the public could expect the documents Gingrich had earlier said he would try to provide.

Here’s the press release:

Fact Sheet: The Gingrich Group and Freddie Mac
Atlanta, GA – ln response to a Bloomberg News story today about Freddie Mac’s hiring of the consulting firm, The Gingrich Group, over the course of an eight year period, Newt 2012 released the following fact sheet:

Newt Gingrich welcomes scrutiny of his record in public office and as a small businessman. Gingrich believes that properly vetting the potential next president is absolutely necessary in a free society and that a properly vetted nominee for the Republican Party will better be able to defeat President Obama and lead our country in rebuilding the America we love.

Gingrich has never lobbied for Freddie Mac, or any client, nor has anyone in any of the organizations he founded after leaving office as part of their work with them. Gingrich made a decision after resigning that he would never be a lobbyist so that nobody would ever question the genuine nature of his advice and perspectives. This prohibition against lobbying was made very clear to all Gingrich Group clients and strict internal protocals were developed to prevent lobbying. Today’s Bloomberg article confirms that Gingrich and his firm did no lobbying for Freddie Mac.

Nor did Gingrich, as part of his contract, advocate against pending legislation affecting Freddie Mac, as Gingrich was accused of doing by the moderator at the CNBC debate in Michigan. This, too, was confirmed by the Bloomberg News article this morning.

Freddie Mac was a small part of the client and revenue base of The Gingrich Group and Gingrich’s various small businesses. The Gingrich Group offered strategic advice to a wide variety of clients about a wide variety of issues, including IBM, Microsoft, The US Chamber of Commerce and more. Gingrich Group fees were comparable to that of many consulting firms.

Gingrich is broadly favorable of the concept of Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSE) but believes the financial crisis shows that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac should be broken up and their smaller successors be moved off of government guarantees and into the free market.

Gingrich also is in favor of efforts to increase home ownership in America but as a conservative believes it has to be within a context of learning how to budget and save in a responsible way, the opposite of the lending practices that led to the financial crisis.


Wild Thing's comment......

Newt has demonstrated on going ... he is not to be trusted. He speaks conservative ideas, and votes for liberal ones. Check his record. He is a convincing speaker. Only it is all about showing his super intelligence. He is smart and he desires to be President of the United States of America. BEWARE! and Be Aware that is all I am saying.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:55 AM | Comments (4)

RINO Romney on Romneycare: ‘I Am Not Going to Walk Away From That’

Romney on Romneycare: ‘I Am Not Going to Walk Away From That’


Don’t expect Mitt Romney to backtrack on his Massachusetts health-care plan at any point this election cycle.

“I am sure there are many people who have calculated, and perhaps correctly, that thehealthcare plan I put in place in Massachusetts is not good for me politically, and if I want to encourage my political future, I should say it was a mistake and walk away from it,” Romney told Fox News host Neil Cavuto in an interview set to air later tonight.

“You have seen a lot of candidates look at their biggest vulnerability, call it a mistake, and ask for forgiveness,” Romney continued. “In my case that wouldn’t be honest.”

He affirmed that he believes the health-care program was the “right thing” for Massachusetts then, although he conceded that it hasn’t “worked perfectly.”
“If it hurts me politically, it’s a consequence of the truth,” Romney added. “I am not going to walk away from that. It’s right for states to come up with their own solutions. I doubt other people are going try and follow the one we put together. Maybe learn from our experience. Maybe come up with something better. But the wrong course is to have the federal government impose its will on the entire nation.”


Wild Thing's comment......

I sure hope and pray Ann Coulter and the rest of her rino ilk do not get their wish with their wanting Romney to be President.

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Before Leaving Office, Romney Staff Wiped Records From Servers, Bought Their State-Issued Hard Drives

Just before Mitt Romney left the Massachusetts governor’s office and first ran for president, 11 of his top aides purchased their state-issued computer hard drives, and the Romney administration’s e-mails were all wiped from a server, according to interviews and records obtained by the Globe.

Romney administration officials had the remaining computers in the governor’s office replaced just before Governor Deval Patrick’s staff showed up to take power in January 2007, according to Mark Reilly, Patrick’s chief legal counsel.

As a result, Patrick’s office, which has been bombarded with inquiries for records from the Romney era, has no electronic record of any Romney administration e-mails, Reilly said.

“The governor’s office has found no e-mails from 2002–2006 in our possession,’’ Reilly said in a statement. “Before the current administration took office, the computers used during that time period were replaced and the server used during that time period was taken out of service, all files were removed from it, and it was also replaced.’’

Wild Thing's comment......

This reminds me of the Bill Clinton regime,and also Obama. BOTH how they kept things from the rest of us.

No matter that the reason, it proves he is not honest and wants to hide something. Maybe how big a rino he is.

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November 15, 2011

Herman Cain Causes One To Cringe Seeing How Unprepared He Is On Basic Foreign Policy and Domestic Issues

Herman Cain, in the midst of a Midwestern campaign swing, Monday when answering a simple question about whether he agreed or disagreed with President Barack Obama's approach to handling the Libyan crisis.

On Libya (listen for the part where he excuses his hemming and hawing by explaining that he has “a lot of stuff twirling around in his head”)…

The real Cain scandal: He can barely form a coherent thought on Libya when put on the spot and garbles collective bargaining 101 facts.

This Milwaukee Sentinel Journal editorial board session — all on video, in all its prolonged cringe-worthiness — sums up the problem with the Cain Train.

Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain said Monday that he believes public employees should be allowed to bargain collectively on wages and other benefits as long as it does not create an undue burden on taxpayers.

In Wisconsin Monday for two fundraisers, including a tailgate fundraiser at tonight’s Packers game at Lambeau Field, Cain met for a half-hour with Journal Sentinel reporters and editors. In the meeting Cain:

* Struggled to collect his thoughts and explain how his approach to the crisis in Libya would have differed from the actions taken by President Barack Obama.

…On the issue of collective bargaining, Cain said he supported the right of public employees to bargain collectively.

“But not collective hijacking. What I mean by that, if they have gotten so much for so many years and it’s going to bankrupt the state, I don’t think that’s good. It appears that in some instances, they really don’t care.”

Asked about last week’s vote in Ohio, in which the state’s new collective bargaining law was rejected by voters, Cain said that “maybe they tried to get too much and as a result it failed.”

Asked if the Ohio Legislature had gone too far in stripping collective bargaining rights for public employees, including fire and police personnel, Cain said that Ohio legislators “may have tried to get too much in one bill.”

Ohio’s collective bargaining law differed from Wisconsin in at least one key aspect: Wisconsin exempted police and fire personnel from the law.

In an interview with the Journal Sentinel last month, Cain said that he was “right in the corner of Gov. Scott Walker 100%” in Walker’s battle with public employee unions.

Cain also appeared to be unclear on the issue of collective bargaining as it involves federal employees. Asked if he thought federal employees should have the ability to bargain collectively, Cain said: “They already have it, don’t they?”

Told they didn’t, he said, “They have unions.”

The American Federation of Government Employees, which represents 600,000 federal government workers in 65 agencies, says that most federal employees don’t have collective bargaining over pay and benefits.


Wild Thing's comment......

OMG and the media attacked Perry for forgetting one thing? sheesh Cain is the one that is NOT ready for Prime time...Not ready to be President, NOT qualified for the job.

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November 12, 2011

Cain Is A Lot Like Obama: Herman Cain's 'blame game': 5 enemies he's holding responsible

Herman Cain's 'blame game': 5 enemies he's holding responsible

This Week.com

The GOP hopeful swears the sexual harassment allegations against him are bogus. And he has an idea — many ideas, actually — of who's behind them

Herman Cain's "flailing blame game" has devolved into an utter mess, says Michael Gerson at The Washington Post. Facing years-old sexual harassment allegations that are threatening to derail his campaign, the GOP presidential hopeful has pointed his finger at many, many suspected culprits over the last two weeks while proclaiming his innocence. "I have never acted inappropriately with anyone, period," Cain said this week in a closely watched press conference. Who's behind the recent resurfacing of these (allegedly bogus) allegations? The Cain campaign has several theories. Here are five:

1. Rick Perry
When the story broke, Cain blamed the report on "factions that are trying to destroy me." One top Cain aide pointed the finger squarely at GOP presidential rival Rick Perry. "The actions of the Perry campaign are despicable," Cain's chief of staff, Mark Block, told CBS News. "Rick Perry and his campaign owe Herman Cain and his family an apology." Shortly thereafter, lacking proof, Block backtracked: "We want to move on with the campaign. Let's get over these things that don't mean anything to the American public."

2. The liberal media
Cain says "dishonest" journalists are making something out of nothing. After federal employee Karen Kraushaar revealed that she was one of the women who accused Cain of sexual harassment in the 1990s, Block told Fox News' Sean Hannity that she was the mother of a journalist at Politico, the news outlet that recently uncovered the old allegations. The Cain campaign wants to pawn off this scandal as "a liberal media conspiracy," says Alex Pareene at Salon. But "Josh Kraushaar, the reporter Block is referring to, no longer works at Politico." And he's not Karen Kraushaar's son.

3. Democrats
When Chicago-area single mom Sharon Bialek told the press this week that Cain had groped her after she sought his help finding a job in 1997, Cain found a new enemy to blame. Cain labeled Bialek a "troubled woman" who was being used by the "Democrat machine" to derail his campaign with false accusations. Of course, jokes Frank Michels at Salon, everyone knows a "secret Democratic cabal" called the "Democratic Strike Force" is "using science and espionage techniques to destabilize the Republican Party...."

4. Racists
Early on, a pro-Cain political action committee said "radical" liberals were out to bring down Cain, says Michael D. Shear at The New York Times. "This is what the Left always does," wrote Jordan Gehrke, the campaign director for AmericansForHermanCain.com. "They hated Clarence Thomas. They hated Allen West when he ran in 2010. And now they hate Herman Cain. The Left spews such hatred at black conservatives because they know that if the G.O.P. ever breaks the Democrat stranglehold on the black vote, they are done as a party."

5. People who hate businessmen
One of Cain's latest suspects, say Christopher Palmeri and Lisa Lerer at Bloomberg Businessweek, are unnamed political insiders trying to prevent a businessman from being elected to the presidency. The American people want someone from the business world to run the country, Cain said, but professional politicians are trying to make sure one of their own gets the job. "The machine trying to keep a businessman out of the White House is going to be relentless," says Cain.


Wild Thing's comment......

Cain is one sick man! Look at the list and it tells a lot about Cain more then anything.

This guy has a lot of chips on his shoulder, much like Obama with his.

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Mitt Romney Explaining His Strapping His Dog To The Roof Of His Car For A 12 HOUR Drive !

Pittsburgh, June 28, 2006

Governor Cruelty – Mitt Romney Straps Dog To Car Roof For 12 Hour Drive

Posted by Kevin Farrell on Aug 9, 2011 in Oh Hell No!

Towleroad has us reminiscing about the time the Republic Presidential Candidate Frontrunner, Mitt Romney went all “family values” in a Boston Globe. The Governor of Massachusetts described in detail the 1983 Romney family vacation. Snooze.

He and his wife dressed the kids, packed up the car, and got everyone safely buckled in. Finally, seeing no more room inside the car’s cabin, Romney tied the family dog, Seamus, to the roof of the car and proceeded on a twelve hour drive.

“What happens to a dog in this situation is precisely what would happen to any of us in the same situation: Trapped in a box for 12 hours would be no one’s idea of comfortable,” said Llope.

Dr. Russell Cumming, a professor of aerospace engineering at California Polytechnic State University, got a little more technical.

“At that speed, assuming sea level conditions, the poor little dog would have about 10 pounds per square foot pressing against his head,” said Cumming.

Nobel Prize-winning physicist Douglas Osheroff of physics at Stanford University said the dog crate on top of the car would change the air flow around the vehicle.

“Beyond a certain velocity, the air flow becomes turbulent,” said Osheroff. “The airflow isn’t going to be laminar,” which means it won’t have a uniform distribution.
Cumming said that’s bad news for Seamus.
“Chances are the windshield would only protect the front of the dog, but the air flowing around the windshield would buffet the side of the dog — that would be tiring,” said Cummings. “My wife’s a vet, and she would be more worried by the dehydration of the dog’s eyes under those conditions.”

That ten pounds of pressure buffeting poor Seamus was strong enough and stressful enough to literally squeeze the shit out of the dog.

“A brown liquid was dripping down the back window, payback from an Irish setter who’d been riding on the roof in the wind for hours,” the article said.

After his son noticed the liquid, Romney pulled the car over and hosed down Seamus at a gas station before putting him back into the crate on top of the car and continuing on with the drive.

It is illegal in Massachusetts (and the rest of the country) to tie an animal “in or upon a vehicle, or otherwise, in an unnecessarily cruel or inhuman manner or in a way and manner which might endanger the animal carried thereon.” Of course you already knew that. Because, you know, DUH.

Over 10,ooo complaints were left with the New York Times, after the paper published a follow-up to the Boston Globe’s original story. The general tone of the complaints suggest that Americans do not trust a man who not only tortured his dog, but bragged about it to a newspaper, to run the United States government.

We agree.


Wild Thing's comment.......

Wow! How horrible!!!!

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November 11, 2011

Herman Backtracks Once Again, This Time On His Saying “Princess Nancy” in a Republican Debate ~ Continues To Show Weakness As A Leader


Herman Cain, battling allegations of sexual harassment, said he regretted calling House of Representatives Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi “Princess Nancy” in a Republican debate on Wednesday.

Cain criticized Pelosi for not acting on a piece of healthcare legislation when she was speaker of the House.

“You didn’t hear about it in the previous Congress because Princess Nancy sent it to committee and it stayed there,” Cain said at the debate in Michigan.

Asked by CNBC after the debate if he regretted the remark in light of the sexual harassment claims by four women, Cain said, “That was a statement that I obviously should not have made, but I was trying to make a point.”

The former pizza executive has been leading in some polls of Republicans or tied with former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. Cain's favorability ratings have slipped in some polls.


Wild Thing's comment......

Sorry but one of the thigns I admire about Rick Perry is how he stood strong when he said Social Security was a ponzi scheme. He did not backtrack, backdown or weaken. He would simply go on to explain it in more detail for those that tried to attack him for it.

Cain has backtracked so many times on things he has said and imo it shows weakness and or a person that opens his mouth without thinking more often then not. This is an example of how he tried to make amends with Nancy Pelosi after he called her......“Princess Nancy". He could so easily have brought up even some of the things she has done in acting like a princess, like demanding the doors be locked and keeping Republicans out from a vote, turning the lights off on the Republicans when they wanted to stay and debate Obamacare. The list goes on and on the things she has done.

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November 09, 2011

Mitt Romney Afriad Of Questions??? You BET He is!

This is a Jon Huntsman ad attacking Mitt Romney for running away from tough questions from the media and from voters. Huntsman’s ad uses odd music to accompany video of Mitt Romney running, interspersed with clips talking about Romney not appearing on news shows, or taking questions from voters. The ad suggests Romney is afraid, using the phrase “scared Mittless.”


Wild Thing's comment......

This is interesting to me because on "Special Report with Bret Baier" weekday show at 6:00p.m. he has had each candidate on his show. Each of his panel ask the candidate questions then Krauthammer gets to say what they think to the candidate. Then at the end Brett plays some funny video of that particular candidate. So far several of them have been on Ron Paul, Bachmann, Newt ( Newt was on last nighit).

Rick Perry is scheduled as well to be on the show.

Guess who has refused to be on the show......ROMNEY!!!

Regarding Herman Cain.... it is a he said she said....she said he said....thing. Apparently there are more women, and his smoking gun man on his team went on Hannity last night and said a son of one of the women accusing Cain worked for Politico. That turned out to be a lie. sheesh They just won't stop with the lies and it sure looks like the Cain team want to keep it going. I think Cain himself would like it to stop but who knows.


November 9, 2011 8pm ET on CNBC

Location: Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan

Sponsor: CNBC, the Michigan Republican Party and Oakland University

Participants: Bachmann, Cain, Gingrich, Huntsman, Paul, Perry, Romney, Santorum

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November 08, 2011

Cain Accuser Gives Details and Krauthammer,Alex Castellanos and Bill Bennett Weigh In

A woman named Sharon Bialek, flanked by attorney Gloria Allred, said at a news conference Monday that the presidential candidate reached under her skirt and tried to push her head toward his crotch in a parked car in 1997. Bialek is a former staffer of the National Restaurant Association who says she was seeking to regain her job.

The Cain campaign immediately issued a statement declaring that “Mr. Cain has never harassed anyone” and dismissing what it called “bogus attacks.”

Bialek said she told two other people, one of them her boyfriend at the time, about the alleged groping, so corroborating witnesses could emerge. Allred says she has two such affidavits.


Republican Consultant on Herman Cain: You Can't Have As a Campaign Slogan 'Everybody's Lying But Me'
Alex Castellanos on CNN with Wolf Blitzer says "the dots now--you don't have to connect them, they're beginning to connect themselves."

Casellanos says in this clip that he talked to the Cain campaign this morning and they clearly weren't expecting this. "This is at a serious point now" and Cain saying 'I'm gonna ignore this' is not gonna get him there Castellanos says.


Krauthammmer Herman Cain
Krauthammer on Special Report tonight: "For Cain, this is gonna be something he may not be able to actually shake"


Radio Host Bill Bennett: Herman Cain Needs To Give a Full Press Conference Dedicated Exclusively to These Allegations

BENNETT: "Herman Cain and his campaign chief of staff, Mark Block, cannot go on as they have. There has been a pattern now that is both unhealthy for our politics and unhealthy for our polity.

Four women are not an insignificant number. One or two anonymous charges, perhaps. Three anonymous charges (where, as I understand the story, Cain knows of at least two of the women) plus one woman who went very public and opened herself up to all manner of investigation are a lot. It is no longer insignificant. Neither is it insignificant that the Cain campaign discounted the charges in the initial stories, saying they were based on anonymous sources, only to make a mockery by blaming other campaigns with less substantiation than the original stories.

If Herman Cain wants to be taken seriously as a public advocate for anything, never mind running for the chief executive and commander in chief of the most powerful and important and blessed country in the world, he needs to give a full press conference dedicated exclusively to this issue and these allegations.

I have watched long enough and held my tongue long enough to give him the benefit of the doubt, but can no longer say this is a witch hunt, “a lynching” to use his word, or any other euphemism. There are allegations out there that matter and they have stacked up. For we who led the charge against Bill Clinton on a number of related issues to continue to blame the media or other campaigns or say it simply doesn’t matter makes us the hypocrites as well"


Republican presidential contender Herman Cain will address the latest sexual harassment allegations against him at a Tuesday afternoon news conference, his campaign announced late Monday. ( CNN )


Los Angeles Times

Newt Gingrich on Cain: “The allegations are very serious,” Mitt Romney told Fox News host Bill O’Reilly during a radio interview. “I’ve got no counsel for the Cain campaign. I’ll let them keep their own counsel and I’m going to focus on my message.”“He is going to have to have a clear and compelling explanation for this whole story,” Gingrich said.


Rick Perry on Cain...

Texas Gov. Rick Perry suggested that the scrutiny was to be expected of any front-runner in the race: “Any time that you rise to the top of the polls… you’re going get to get whacked,” Perry told O’Reilly. “As you said” – he told the Fox News host – “it’s Herman’s turn in the barrel.”


Bachmann on Cain: Great on Personality, Bad on Governing

Rep. Michele Bachmann has come out swinging with the strongest assault on GOP front-runner Herman Cain, since decade-old accusations of sexual harassment came to light last week.

“Everyone loves him. Who doesn’t? He has a great personality, but this is the leader of the free world we’re talking about,” Bachmann said in an interview with conservative radio host Scott Hennan, set to air Monday. Bachmann did not specifically address the harassment charges, but instead attacked him on a series of inconsistencies in his positions on issues.

“I think the real problem is how inconsistent he’s been on the issues… There’s been 10 instances in the last month where he’s changed his position on significant issues. On the issue of pro-life, he said the government shouldn’t intervene to protect life then he switched and said, ‘no they shouldn’t.’”

Cain has been accused of changing, sometimes in the same interview, his stances on abortion, a Constitutional amendment that defines marriage between a man and a woman, and whether the United States should hypothetically swap imprisoned foreign terrorists for American hostages.

~ snipet~

Stingingly, she said when asked of Cain: “People are looking for an adult in the room.”


Wild Thing's comment.......

Who the heck konws if any of this is true or not. It certainly is werid and it doesn't seem to stop. I have no idea how Cain can make it stop. But so far I don't think it has hurt his campaign.

Of all the candidates responses Michele Bachmann is the one that is self righteous. Bachman needs to sew up her machete mouth. Cain will self destruct on his own if that is what is in the cards. I do have to say that Cain needs to stop blaming others. That is probably the biggest thing for me that I am sick of.

Gingrich and Perry gave better responses imo.

The bottom line is that this election is not about this kind of thing and it is a distraction big time. I hope it stops so people can get back to what this coming year is about. We have got to get Obama out of office and he still has too many that support him and are drinking his stupid kool-aid. Very scary.

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November 03, 2011

Charles Krauthammer on Cain: You Sound Like Clinton

Wild Thing's comment.......

Cain not only sounds like Clinton he also sounds like Obama....as he blames everyone else but himself.


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AP Exclusive: Third worker says harassed by Cain

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AP Exclusive: Third worker says harassed by Cain



A third former employee says she considered filing a workplace complaint over what she considered aggressive and unwanted behavior by Herman Cain when she worked for the presidential candidate in the 1990s. She says the behavior included a private invitation to his corporate apartment.

She worked for the National Restaurant Association when he was its head. She told The Associated Press that Cain made sexually suggestive remarks or gestures about the same time that two co-workers had settled separate harassment complaints against him.

The employee described situations in which she said Cain told her he had confided to colleagues how attractive she was and invited her to his corporate apartment outside work. She spoke on condition of anonymity, saying she feared retaliation.

Cain's campaign declined to comment.


Wild Thing's comment......

Good grief.

You know Cain has been the only candidate not vetted, not really. Certainly not like all the others. This is why it is so important. We are not democrats and we are not wanting to elect another Obama that has too much hidden in his past. It is better for all of whatever there is to come out now and see what happens then to find out about things if he were to be elected.

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Cain Like Obama Blames Others Not Himself, First He Blames Perry, Then Rham Emanuel Who Is Next The Pope or Bush??

Cain Gets Testy With Reporters: "Don't Even Bother Asking Me These Other Questions"

PICKET: Source - Rahm Emanuel involved in Cain sexual harassment accuser attacks

Washington Times

Herman Cain's campaign is revealing suspicions about who is behind the story regarding the former unidentified employees who accused Mr. Cain of sexual harassment in the late 1990's.

According to a source who is friends with the Cain campaign, not only is the Rick Perry campaign involved but also the Mayor of Chicago and former Obama White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel is likely involved with the sexual harassment accuser attacks. A friend of the Cain campaign believes a National Restaurant Association (NRA) employee out of the Chicago office leaked the story to the Perry campaign via information and influence from Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office.

According to Politico's Jonathan Martin, Curt Anderson, the Perry advisor who the Cain campaign is accusing of leaking the damaging information, is denying the charges:

"I’ve known Herman Cain for about 7 years. I was one of several consultants on his Senate race in 2004 and was proud to help him. I'd never heard any of these allegations until I read them in Politico, nor does anything I read in the press change my opinion that Herman is an upstanding man and a gentleman. I have great respect for Herman and his character and I would never speak ill of him, on the record or off the record. That's true today and it's not going to change."


RedState.com Exclusive: Rick Perry responds to Cain Campaign


Wild Thing's comment......

Shame on Cain for not just taking it like a man and not even telling the truth. He did , he didn't, nothing ever happened, well there might something but it was nothing really. flip flop and more flip......... sheesh.

And to blame Perry ....bye bye Cain.

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November 01, 2011

Herman Cain

Krauthammer: Herman Cain "Is Winging It," He Needs To Get The Story Straight or He's In Deep Trouble


“I think he should be prepared for things like this because he’s a serious presidential candidate. In fact what gets me, is look, I’ve talked to people in the news business today and they say this has been going around for at least 10 days. I find it hard to believe that the campaign didn’t know this was coming and was a badly prepared as they were. You don’t start out by saying there’s nothing to this whatsoever and then go into we don’t know anything about and then go yes I know it but I didn’t do it.”

UPDATE: Herman Cain told Greta Van Susteren tonight that his campaign had known that Politico was going to publish the hit piece since October 20th.


Wild Thing's comment........

I did not post about this till today. I honestly wanted to wait until we at least heard from Cain.

What I do not like are the flip flops. Cain was on various shows yesterday and his story changed several tiems.

Other then Cain's flip flops on this, does anyone else think this stinks of Romney???? Remember how he did this??

Fred Thompson smears traced back to Mitt Romney

Romney smears Rudy

Romney misleads on Huskabee record etc.

there are links just below the main article.


And this..............

And here is another one about Romney using surrogates to undercut Sarah Palin Former Mitt Romney presidential campaign staffers, some of whom are currently working for Sen. John McCain and Gov. Sarah Palin's bid for the White House, have been involved in spreading ant-Palin spin to reporters, seeking to diminish her standing after the election. "Sarah Palin is a lightweight, she won't be the first, not even the third, person people will think of when it comes to 2012," says one former Romney aide, now working for McCain-Palin. "The only serious candidate ready to challenge to lead the Republican Party is Mitt Romney. He's in charge on November 5th."

Some former Romney aides were behind the recent leaks to media, including CNN, that Governor Sarah Palin was a "diva" and was going off message intentionally. The former and current Romney supporters further are pushing Romney supporters for key Republican jobs, including head of the Republican National Committee.


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October 27, 2011

Herman Cain Breaks With NRA On The Second Amendment ~ Not Good!

Herman Cain Breaks With NRA On The Second Amendment


Wild Thing's comment......

Sorry Herman you are dead on wrong!!! Herman Cain has been showing a lot lately that he has no real knowledge of our Constitution and no idea how our governmenrt works. This is just one of the issues he has messed up on.
Not good for this from a candidate. Maybe his team can help him on this for future interviews.

"[The right to keep and bear arms] is not a right granted by the Constitution. Neither is it in any manner dependent upon that instrument for its existence."

-- Supreme Court, in U.S. v. Cruikshank (1876)

"Are we at last brought to such a humiliating and debasing degradation, that we cannot be trusted with arms for our own defense?"

-- Patrick Henry

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With NO Grasp Of The Constitution Herman Cain Says He Would Autograph Life Amendment

Cain would autograph life amendment


Herman Cain tried to clean up the running confusion over his position on abortion last night, but in the meantime opened questions about his grasp of the Constitution.

In an interview with David Brody last night, Cain said he'd sign a pro-life constitutional amendment if it crossed his desk as president.

“Yes. Yes I feel that strongly about it. If we can get the necessary support and it comes to my desk I’ll sign it," he said. "That’s all I can do. I will sign it.”

The only problem with that statement? Presidents don't sign constitutional amendments -- they're passed in Congress and then need to be ratified by the states, and the president plays no formal role in the process.

Candidates have in the past pledged to support such an amendment, but it's not clear what signing one would mean.

Wild Thing's comment......

Cain has no clue how government functions or what the president does.

I'm ashamed to watch Cain interviewed. He doesn't know what he is talking about. He is not a bad man I am not saying that, but he is just not the person to be in the most powerful office in our land.

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October 24, 2011

Medical Help For Illegal Immigrants Could Haunt Mitt Romney

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney sharply criticizes public aid for illegal immigrants. But a healthcare law he signed as governor of Massachusetts allows some to get free medical care. (Justin Sullivan / Getty Images)


Medical Help For Illegal Immigrants Could Haunt Mitt Romney

Los Angeles Times

By Noam N. Levey, Washington Bureau

October 23, 2011

On the Republican campaign trail, he derides any such public aid. But the healthcare law he signed as Massachusetts governor allows it.

he Massachusetts healthcare law that then-Gov. Mitt Romney signed in 2006 includes a program known as the Health Safety Net, which allows undocumented immigrants to get needed medical care along with others who lack insurance.

Uninsured, poor immigrants can walk into a health clinic or hospital in the state and get publicly subsidized care at virtually no cost to them, regardless of their immigration status.

The program, widely supported in Massachusetts, drew little attention when Romney signed the trailblazing healthcare law. But now it could prove problematic for the Republican presidential hopeful, who has been attacking Texas Gov. Rick Perry for supporting educational aid for children of undocumented immigrants in Texas.

"We have to turn off the magnet of extraordinary government benefits," Romney said at the recent Fox News-Google debate in Florida.

The Massachusetts program, which cost more than $400 million last year, paid for 1.1 million hospital and clinic visits. It's unclear how many undocumented patients benefited because the state does not record that data.

The Romney campaign referred questions to Tim Murphy, who served as Romney's state health and human services secretary. Murphy said the governor never intended the Health Safety Net to serve undocumented immigrants.

"Our view when we signed the law was that all benefits would be for people in the commonwealth who were here legally," Murphy said, noting that the regulations implementing the program were written after Romney left office in 2007.

But Massachusetts officials involved in crafting the healthcare law said there was broad understanding when Romney signed it that at least some people who would benefit would be in the country illegally.

That's supported by language in the law. Although it explicitly bars undocumented immigrants from getting certain health benefits, it does not prohibit them from receiving aid through the Health Safety Net.

For example, the law mandates that only noncitizens "permanently residing in the United States under color of law" may receive government subsidies to buy health insurance.

The law also spells out that undocumented immigrants aren't eligible for the state's Medicaid insurance program for the poor, known as MassHealth.

But the Health Safety Net, in contrast, is off-limits only to people who "moved into the commonwealth for the sole purpose of securing health insurance" or who are eligible for another insurance plan.

"There is no question that lots of different kinds of people, including undocumented immigrants, obtain medically necessary services as result of this program," said John McDonough, a former consumer advocate who worked extensively on the healthcare effort in Massachusetts.

Wild Thing's comment......

Wow! This Romney has got a lot of gall to go after anyone on illegal immigration.

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October 22, 2011

Charles Krauthammer on Herman Cain: "Entirely Incoherent"..When You Combine Abortion With 9-9-9, It's Not Just He Hasn't Thought It Out, "He's Winging It"

Krauthammer on Herman Cain: "Entirely Incoherent"..When You Combine Abortion With 9-9-9, It's Not Just He Hasn't Thought It Out, "He's Winging It"

Krauthammer: I saw him on Stossel. On abortion, entirely incoherent. One the one hand people ought to have choice, on the other life is sacred from the very beginning and abortion ought to be illegal. This isn't a complicated issue, it's either one or the other, it can't be both. Stossel was simply stunned and if you combine it with the 9-9-9 stuff, it's not just he hasn't thought it out, he's winging it and that's a real problem"

Wild Thing's comment......

Charles does not hold back that's for sure. Cain had a back week that's for sure. He can get back on track and more probably will. I think the only candidate that has not had much trouble so far has been Mitt. I wish the GOP would get behind conservatives instead of talking about backing Romneycare Romney.

And what the heck is going on with Ann Coulter, I don't get it. She wants Romney and was pushing for Christie. weird since she has writtien so many books on liberals.

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October 20, 2011

Co-Author of 9-9-9 Plan Says Cain Should Dump National Sales Tax

Co-Author of 9-9-9 Plan Says Cain Should Dump National Sales Tax


One of the key economists who helped Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain draft his 9-9-9 tax plan is backing away from its most controversial component. Economist Stephen Moore said the criticism Cain endured during the GOP presidential debate Tuesday night shows his proposed 9 percent national sales tax might have to go, reports Fox News.

Cain weathered a storm of complaints over his tax plan at the debate in Las Vegas. Virtually every candidate took turns accusing him of pushing a scheme that would introduce new streams of revenue and hit the middle class hardest.

Moore said the debate further confirms his belief that the candidate should strip the sales tax out of his plan and replace it with a 9 percent payroll tax.

"They wouldn't be able to attack it," Moore told FoxNews.com. "If he had done that a week ago, then they wouldn't be able to attack the plan last night."

Moore said he likes the sales tax idea and thinks it would be "rocket fuel for the economy," but explained that it's just too much of a punching bag.

Moore first raised the idea of changing the Cain plan during an interview over the weekend on economist Larry Kudlow's radio show.

Wild Thing's comment......

Cain is not a bad man, and he can work on his plan if he feels it is necessary. Like I mentioned before I am not a Cain supporter but I am not anti-Cain. I just think Perry is a better candidate on every level.

Being President, holding the highest office in the land and it used to be the most powerful office in the world, That matters to me and it takes a special person to handle it, to listen to we the people, to have substance and experience as a leader.

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Cain and Romney Caught In Campaign Cash Scandal

Cain and Romney caught in campaign cash scandal

What would be a race to the role as the Republican nominee for president without a little money scandal?

Thankfully Herman Cain and Mitt Romney have taken care of that as things heat up within the GOP.

Reports began to circulate on Tuesday that presidential hopeful and former pizzaman Herman Cain has spent tens of thousands of dollars on campaign contribution cash towards purchasing copies of his own books. In all, his campaign transferred over $100,000 in cash to his Herman Cain T.H.E. New Voice company, a firm that publishes and promotes literature penned by the former chair of the Kansas City Fed and Godfather Pizza CEO.

David Donnelly of the national campaigns director of the Public Campaign Action Fund has tweeted that the relationship between Cain’s presidential run and business endeavors could open up a can of worms that could crush his campaign. By purchasing copies of his own commercially available books, Cain could climb up best-selling lists and not only personally profit but more or less buy himself extra media attention.

Though initially cast off largely as a joke candidate, Cain has polled favorably along with the other Republican candidates during the last few weeks.

In addition to Cain’s campaign cash scandal, the run of Mitt Romney is raising eyebrows as well as reports circulate over the politician’s ties with a financial consulting firm.

In only three months this year, Romney paid over $2.15 million in fees to the firm of SJZ LLC, who in turn manages the fundraising efforts of his current presidential campaign. Suspicion has arisen given that SJZ LLC founder Spencer Zwick served as finance director of Romney’s 2008 campaign and is currently business partners in Solamere, an equity endeavor run in part with the would-be president’s son. Additionally, John Miller, co-chairman of Romney's National Finance, is also an operating partner at Solamere. It doesn’t end there, however; JRM-C Management, also operated by Miller, has been conducting business transactions with the Romney campaign as recently as late April when the presidential candidate paid the company over $12,000 for air travel accommodations.

Both Cain and Romney have made it a major point of their campaigns that in a time of dire economic conditions in the United States, America needs a businessman to revitalize the country and get it back on its toes. It shouldn’t come as a surprise then that these have funneled money from their campaign into their checkbooks. Maybe these two do know how to make a buck or two?


Wild Thing's comment.....

I don't like hearing this about any Republican. But as far as Romney goes he is much more of a Democrat. It hurts the Republican party.

But it is in the news and needs to be shared so they will clean up their act if it is all true.

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October 19, 2011

Once Again Herman Cain Backtracks On A Comment He Made ~ This Is Concerning If He Were To Be President!

Herman Cain says he may not have understood the question earlier in the afternoon when he told CNN's Wolf Blitzer prior to the debate that he would be willing to trade hundreds of Guantanamo Bay prisoners for a single U.S. soldier. Anderson Cooper asks him about it right after the candidates left the debate stage. "If I said that, I spoke in error."


Wild Thing's comment.......

I think this makes it 3 times or 4 that Cain has had to do this. The other times he said he was joking and one other time he said he did not have enough information or something. Shooting from the hip is ok, but Cain is having this backtrack a lot lately.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:48 AM

Study: Cain Tax Plan Raises Taxes on 84 Percent

Study: Cain Tax Plan Raises Taxes on 84 Percent

FOX News

Herman Cain's 9-9-9 tax plan would raise taxes on 84 percent of U.S. households, according to an independent analysis released Tuesday, contradicting claims by the Republican presidential candidate that most Americans would see a tax cut.

The Tax Policy Center, a Washington think tank, says low- and middle-income families would be hit hardest, with households making between $10,000 and $20,000 seeing their taxes increase by nearly 950 percent.

"You're talking a $2,700 tax increase for people with incomes between $10,000 and $20,000," said Roberton Williams, a senior fellow at the Tax Policy Center. "That's huge."

Households with the highest incomes, however, would get big tax cuts. Those making more than $1 million a year would see their taxes cut nearly in half, on average, according to the analysis.

Among those in the middle, households making between $40,000 and $50,000 would see their taxes increase by an average of $4,400, the report said. Those making between $50,000 and $75,000 would see their annual tax bill go up by an average of $4,326.

"It's very, very regressive compared to the current system, and that's largely because we're exempting capital gains, and we're taxing your spending with the sales tax," Williams said.

"People at the top end don't spend all their money and they get a lot of capital gains, so they are doing pretty well here."

Cain's campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment. In the past, Cain has acknowledged that taxes would increase for some but says taxes would decrease for most.

"Some people will pay more, but most people would pay less is my argument," Cain said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press." "Who will pay more? The people who spend more money on new goods. The sales tax only applies to people who buy new goods, not used goods. That's a big difference that doesn't come out."

Cain's plan would scrap current taxes on income, payroll, capital gains and corporate profits. He would replace them with a 9 percent tax on income, a 9 percent business tax and a 9 percent national sales tax.

Cain's campaign has gained momentum largely in response to his tax plan, which is popular in part because of its simplicity. Several polls have the former CEO of Godfather's Pizza at or near the top of the Republican field, vying with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.

President Barack Obama told ABC News that Cain's tax plan would impose a "huge burden" on middle-class and working families. The president said Cain's plan would make sure the wealthiest pay less -- and replace the revenue with a sales tax hitting the less well-off.

Romney criticized the plan in a conference call with reporters Tuesday.

"I believe that you're going to find with the 9-9-9 plan Herman Cain has put out that the burden shifts more to the middle class, and I think that's the wrong direction to go," Romney said. "A decision to completely jettison our current tax system for a new system always has some merit, but then you need to get into it, to figure out who's this going to help and who's this going to hurt."

Cain's rise in the polls has brought increased scrutiny, and his tax plan has taken hits from across the political spectrum. Some don't like shifting the tax burden from the wealthy to the poor and middle class; others don't like the new national sales tax.

"Adding a retail sales tax to the federal government's powerful tax armada would be a terrible idea from a small-government perspective," Chris Edwards of the libertarian Cato Institute wrote in an opinion piece for The Daily Caller website.

William McBride, an economist at the conservative Tax Foundation, said Cain's plan to move away from taxing savings and investment "would be a very good thing for growth in the long run."

But, McBride said, the national sales tax would be a nightmare to administer because so many state and local governments already have sales taxes, and the bases are different.

In most states, food and medicine are excluded from sales tax. Cain has said his sales tax would be applied to all new goods -- only used goods would be exempt.

"It's not as simple as having all these jurisdictions simply tack on 9 percent and send it to the federal government," McBride said in an interview.

Cain has said his plan would initially raise as much money as the current tax system but do it more efficiently, leading to economic growth, which would produce higher tax revenues. The Tax Policy Center analysis agreed that the plan would initially raise about the same amount of money as current tax policy, about $2.55 trillion in 2013.

The Tax Policy Center compared taxes on U.S. households under current tax policy, with those imposed under the Cain plan. In using current tax policy, the analysis assumes that tax cuts enacted under former President George W. Bush -- and extended through 2012 by Obama -- would be extended.

The center did a separate analysis that assumed all the Bush-era tax cuts would expire at the end of 2012. Under that scenario, Cain's plan would still impose higher taxes on 77 percent of U.S. households, the report said.

The Tax Policy Center is a research group formed by two Washington think tanks: the Urban Institute and the Brookings Institution. Researchers at the center regularly testify before Congress on tax policy. The center's analyses during the 2008 presidential campaign were widely circulated.

The center said researchers tried to consult with Cain's advisers to make sure they were interpreting the plan correctly, but they had not heard back.


Wild Thing's comment......

During the debate Cain kept repeating " apples and oranges" instead of being clear on an answer to explain his plan. Several of the candidates kept asking Cain to make it more clear and he just kept saying apples and oranges. weird. My husband Nick said when this was all happening, Cain is confusing people and it's not good.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:45 AM

October 18, 2011

Debate Tonight On CNN From Las Vegas, Nevada

Tuesday, October 18th, will usher in the second debate taking place this month. This time around from Las Vegas, Nevada, as part of the Western Republican Leadership Conference (WLRC). The debate is sponsored by CNN and the WRLC and will bring some focus to issues concerning western states. Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, the only invited candidate from a western state, is boycotting the debate over Nevada's decision to hold their caucus on January 14th.

Participants: Bachmann, Cain, Gingrich, Paul, Perry, Romney, Santorum

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October 16, 2011

Herman Cain's Position On TARP Not Good! Very Disappointing!

TARP, the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) is a program of the United States government to purchase assets and equity from financial institutions to strengthen its financial sector that was signed into law by U.S. President George W. Bush on October 3, 2008. It was a component of the government’s measures in 2008 to address the subprime mortgage crisis.

Herman Cain’s position on TARP:

On October 20, 2008, Herman Cain wrote, in an article in North Star Writers Group’s

Far from Nationalization, Purchase of Bank Stocks Is a Win-Win for Taxpayers

Earth to taxpayers! Owning stocks in banks is not nationalization of the banking industry. It’s trying to solve a problem.

The unprecedented financial crisis has caused the Treasury of the United States to take unprecedented measures to help solve the problem of frozen credit and cash flow for U.S. businesses.

Most of us had dreams of what we wanted to be when we grew up as children. Some of us wanted to grow up and become a fireman, a policeman, a doctor, a nurse, a lawyer, a teacher, an actor, an engineer, a writer, a dancer, a chef or any number of other professions.

But some of us wanted to own a bank because that’s where the money is!

Wake up people! Owning a part of the major banks in America is not a bad thing. We could make a profit while solving a problem.

But the mainstream media and the free market purists want you to believe that this is the end of capitalism as we know it. It is not for several reasons that they have conveniently not explained.

First, instead of buying toxic mortgage-related assets of banks as originally proposed, the Treasury has changed tactics and will buy equity positions called preferred stocks, which gives us as taxpayers an ownership stake in their success for a limited period of time.

Preferred stock means we get paid a dividend before any other stockholders get paid a dividend when they make a profit. You got a problem with that?

Second, the purchase agreement between the Treasury and the participating banks has an incentive for the banks to re-purchase the stock back from the Treasury within five years.

If the banks do not re-purchase the stock in five years then we get a bigger dividend until they do re-purchase the stock. That’s a good deal!

The free market purists’ objection to this is that it smacks at government control of the banking industry, which is called nationalization. They are correct. It smacks, but it is not nationalization because that would require the government to own at least 51 percent of the entity for an indefinite period of time.

The ownership by the taxpayers is going to be relatively small and nowhere near the amount needed to be called nationalization. So what’s the problem?

The problem is economic illiteracy and media incompetence. Some people want to continue to fan the flames of anger and outrage over how we got into this mess in the first place. Anger and outrage will not solve the problem.

Unprecedented problems require unprecedented solutions. The actions by the Treasury are a win-win for the taxpayer. But the mainstream media does not get brownie points for reporting win-win solutions for the taxpayers. Their focus is doom and gloom.

These actions by the Treasury, the Federal Reserve Bank and the actions by the Federal Depositors Insurance Corporation (FDIC) are all intended to help solve an unprecedented financial crisis. Unlike steps taken prior to and during the Great Depression, these actions have a high probability of success.

In order for these collective actions to work, the media needs to calm its crisis rhetoric, and Congress needs to just shut up with its political rhetoric.

Now don’t tell Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid, but if this works, and I believe it will, the Bush Administration will have gotten this one right.

As we say in the South, y’all hush!


Cain’s TARP talk, praise of the Fed could hurt him with conservative voters

The Hill

Businessman Herman Cain has shot to the top of the polls with support from Tea Party members, but his backing of the Troubled Asset Relief Program and opposition to auditing the Federal Reserve could hurt him with those same voters.

Levi Russell, the spokesman for the fiscally conservative group Americans for Prosperity, said that Cain will have to explain his stances on these issues if he is to remain a first-tier candidate.

“Among the Tea Party audience, the TARP bailout is something they’re adamantly against, and they’re going to absolutely need to hear more from him on this issue to be comfortable with him,” said Russell. “I don’t know one Tea Party activist who’d say it’s a bad idea to audit the Fed, that’s not a popular position for him to be staking out.”

Cain served as chairman of the Kansas City Federal Reserve in the mid-1990s and, in Tuesday’s debate, expressed his admiration for former Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan.

“The way Alan Greenspan oversaw the Fed and the way he coordinated with all of the Federal Reserve banks, I think that it worked fine back in the early 1990s,” Cain said.

Cain’s praise of Greenspan drew a sharp rebuke from Paul, who called the former chairman a “disaster” — to loud cheers from the audience.

At another point, Paul quoted Cain as calling those who wanted to audit the Fed “ignorant.” Cain said he was being misquoted, but that quote has been unearthed and verified.

“I think it is going to hurt him,” Ivers said. “He’s contradicting himself, he’s making false claims to say there’s nothing to learn and it’s going to hurt him in Iowa.”

Craig Robinson, a former Iowa Republican Party political director who now runs the influential conservative news website The Iowa Republican, agreed that those issues could hurt Cain.

“Just like Rick Perry was vetted through these debates, Cain will be vetted through his debate performances and what he said in news interviews,” he said. “Some of the things he said, especially the Greenspan stuff, is really out of line with the Tea Party movement, and at some point that will come home to roost.”


Wild Thing's comment........

Sharing informaion on Cain so we know as much about him as possible.

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October 15, 2011

Cain’s Sales Tax Would Hurt Consumer Spending

Cain’s Sales Tax Would Hurt Consumer Spending


Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain’s plan to create a national sales tax would hurt retailers, threaten economic growth and shift the tax burden onto the middle class and poor, tax experts and business groups said.

Cain’s so-called 9-9-9 plan, which would replace the current tax code with a system of three separate taxes of 9 percent each, has boosted his popularity among voters. The former chief executive officer of Godfather’s Pizza has surged in polls in recent weeks, and a Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll released this week put him in the lead.

Tax experts and business groups interviewed yesterday don’t like his tax plan as much as voters. They said it would shift the burden to middle-income and poor families and would hurt sales across the economy, at least in the short term.

“There will be a noticeable decline in consumer spending for some years,” said Rachelle Bernstein, vice president of the National Retail Federation, based in Washington, in an interview. “We know that that has an impact on consumer spending and GDP.”

Consumer spending accounts for about 70 percent of the U.S. gross domestic product.

Cain has proposed a 9 percent sales tax on all goods and services, another 9 percent on personal income and the third on corporate gross income. During the debate in New Hampshire sponsored by Bloomberg News and the Washington Post/

Conotimue article please CLICK HERE, thank you.


Wild Thing's comment......

The more I learn about the 9-9-9 plan the more I do not like it at all. Cain's plan is a deal-breaker for most senior citizens The 9-9-9 plan will not fly with retirees, and that's probably the largest voting block in this country, AND GROWING FAST! My response to 9-9-9 is no. He apparently hasn’t thought through the implications of it.

Also Cain seriously needs to clarify his conception of individual state's laws regarding the Second Amendment.

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October 13, 2011

Mitt Romney Bashes Contract With America

Mitt Romney On The Contract With America (Romney Bashed It)

"Um, let me tell you in my view it is not a good idea to go into a contract like was organized by the Republican party in Washington laying out a whole series of things which the party said these are the things we are gonna do. I think that's a mistake. I think instead that if you wanna get something done in Washington you don't end up picking teams with Republicans on one side and Democrats on the other entering into a contract and saying ok were all gonna do this and if course then that works then the other side feels like they are the loser, but if it wins they feel like they are the winner. I don't like winners or losers in Washington..."

Wild Thing's comment.........

Romney is one of those Postmoderns who think the highest principle is “tolerance”. That supersedes all other virtues....and the only thing that is not tolerated is intolerance (which are people with virtue who won’t cave into evil). He thinks it is “good” to cave into evil ideas....to “get along”.
We used to think that those who would negotiate with the devil were evil. They still are...but Romney thinks it is good to compromise with the devil.

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October 11, 2011

One Of Obama's CZARS, JOHN HOLDREN, Was An Appointee of Mitt Romney!

One Of Obama's CZARS, JOHN HOLDREN, Was An Appointee of Mitt Romney!

Mitt Romney’s Troubling Appointments

Mitt Romney’s supporters have been dogging Governor Perry on him acting as Texas campaign manager for Al Gore’s abortive 1988 presidential run as one of the Seven Dwarfs. The critique runs, dishonestly I might add, that Al Gore was an environmental kook then, ergo Perry is an environmental kook. Because something.

This is just balderdash. In 1988, Al Gore was a moderate-conservative senator from Tennessee who was a very attractive candidate. His descent into self parody started much later.

I rarely resort to publishing oppo material circulated by campaigns but I am making an exception today. File this particular story under “sauce for the gander.”

If personnel equal policy we have a hint from Mitt Romney’s appointments while governor of Massachusetts what his administration will look like. Van Jones may not be recalled but it may not make much difference.

In 2003, Romney chose a hard core environmental activist to be Secretary of Commonwealth Development. In this position he was charged with developing a scheme to restrict “greenhouse gas” emissions. According to the Wall Street Journal

Just days after his 2002 election, Mr. Romney hired Douglas Foy, one of the state’s most prominent environmental activists, and put him in charge of supervising four state agencies. … With Mr. Foy by his side, Mr. Romney joined activists outside an aging, coal-fired plant in 2003 to show his commitment to the emissions caps. “I will not create jobs or hold jobs that kill people, and that plant, that plant kills people,” he said

But when it became obvious that he would not win reelection as governor, Romney set his sights on the GOP presidential nomination. In remaking himself he repudiated his own secretary carrying out his own plan.

Significantly, two of Romney’s appointments have how found a home in the Obama White House.

Gina McCarthy, the chief EPA clean air regulator, also worked as an environmental regulator for then-Governor Romney. Her role now is as point guard (nyuk) in the Obama Administrations fight to make coal fired electric generating plants extinct.

EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson has taken most of the fire from Republicans as her agency rolls out a slew of controversial new climate and clean air rules. But McCarthy, the EPA assistant administrator of the Office of Air and Radiation, has taken on much of the heavy lifting of writing, structuring, and implementing the rules.

“Lisa’s the coach and Gina’s the quarterback” in the work of rolling out new clean air regulations, said Daniel Weiss, an energy and climate policy expert at the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank with close ties to the Obama administration. “She’s running the plays, improvising on the line.

Another Romney environmental adviser in the effort to regulate “greenhouse gases” is now Obama’s Director of Science and Technology Policy, John Holdren. Dr. Holdren has some sick views:

President Obama’s “science czar,” John Holdren, once floated the idea of forced abortions, “compulsory sterilization,” and the creation of a “Planetary Regime” that would oversee human population levels and control all natural resources as a means of protecting the planet — controversial ideas his critics say should have been brought up in his Senate confirmation hearings.

Those plans include forcing single women to abort their babies or put them up for adoption; implanting sterilizing capsules in people when they reach puberty; and spiking water reserves and staple foods with a chemical that would make people sterile.

To help achieve those goals, they formulate a “world government scheme” they call the Planetary Regime, which would administer the world’s resources and human growth, and they discuss the development of an “armed international organization, a global analogue of a police force” to which nations would surrender part of their sovereignty

Wild Thing's comment......

Holdren is a real sicko he is for sterialization and all kinds of things. If Romney wins it will be in some ways a lot like more of Obama imo.

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October 07, 2011

As Cain Continues To Race Bait....Cain Now Also Says He ‘Would Not Be Comfortable’ As Perry's Running Mate

Here is video of Texas Gov. Rick Perry telling Fox News’ Juliet Huddy that he knows “for a fact” that his family painted over the word “Nig*erhead” on a rock at their hunting camp in “1984″ shortly after they began using the camp. Perry said they found the word “very offensive.”

“All of us agree that the word that was on that rock is a very offensive rock and a very offensive word. At the moment we had to move to paint over that rock, we did. . . . I think there were some very much and strong inconsistencies and just infactual information that was in that story. I know for a fact in 1984 that rock was painted over. It was painted over very soon. . . . My family did that. We painted over that rock, and it stayed that way. I have no idea where or why people would say that they had seen that rock, because that’s just not the fact.”


Cain Says He ‘Would Not Be Comfortable’ As Perry's Running Mate

National Journal

Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain said on Thursday that he would definitely consider an invitation to run as the eventual nominee’s vice president, except if the nominee turns out to be Texas Gov. Rick Perry.

Cain, who rocketed to the top tier of the GOP field in several recent polls, was asked by reporters on the campaign trail for his thoughts on a hypothetical invitation to run as the eventual nominee’s No. 2. After offering the obligatory comment that he intends to be the nominee, Cain said, “Quite frankly, based upon Governor Perry’s position on some issues, I would not be comfortable being his vice presidential nominee.”

Cain said his concerns about Perry include "being soft on the border, issues relative to tuition for children of illegal aliens." As governor, Perry supported legislation offering in-state college tuition for the children of illegal immigrants, which has become a flash point in the campaign. "And I haven’t totally gone through all of his positions, but a lot of positions I have questions with," Cain said.

Cain, who is black, was also critical of Perry after the Washington Post reported on Sunday that his family owned a Texas hunting camp once known as "Niggerhead," a word that was painted on a rock near the camp’s entrance. Perry has maintained that his father painted over the word as soon as he bought the property in the 1980s.

Of a vice presidential slot in general, Cain said: "I would not say no to being vice president of the United States. But it would depend upon who got the nomination. I will support who gets the nomination. I know I have said that there are some people right now who I cannot support, but I wouldn’t say no to it. I could say yes. But it has to be someone who I believe I can complement them in their job by being able to bring my skills to the table."


THIS IS WHY WHAT HERMAN CAIN HAS DONE ON THIS SUBJECT ( about the rock) IS DANGEROUS IT PROMOTES THIS KIND OF THING. Herman Cain is in the same league as Rep Jackson Jr. and his attacks on Perry. Cain needs to STOP this crap now. And even make a statement to Jackson as well. Allen West took the high road and spoke out about this was a NON story. Applause for Allen West and Boo's for Cain! I expect this shit from Jackson but not from a fellow Republican. ~ Wild Thing

Rep. Jackson Jr. introduces resolution slamming Perry over offensive ranch sign

The Hill

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.) on Thursday introduced a House resolution that calls on GOP presidential candidate Rick Perry to apologize for his family's decision to continue to lease a hunting ranch that once featured a stone at the entrance painted with the racially-offensive name "N-----head."

Jackson's resolution, which he read in its entirety on the House floor, also called on Perry's Republican rivals to condemn his use of the ranch's name, and asks Perry to condemn the use of the word as "totally offensive and inappropriate." It also asks him to supply a list of lawmakers who visited with Perry at the ranch over the years he used it.

Jackson's resolution was based on news reports that said Perry's family continued to use the West Texas hunting ranch for several years when "N-----head" could still be seen on the painted rock. Perry's campaign has said the word was painted over in 1983, but news reports note that others disagree with that account.

The ranch is still referred to by that name by some in Texas.

The resolution adds that when presented with this complaint last week, Perry responded by saying the word on the rock is an "offensive name that has no place in the modern world." Jackson said this implies that "it may have been OK and had an appropriate place in that community when he was growing up."

The presiding officer of the House said Jackson's resolution would be printed in the Congressional Record, but that House leaders would decide the question of whether it can be treated as a privileged resolution later.


From Rush Limbaugh... href="http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2011/10/03/herman_cain_piggybacks_on_wapo_s_perry_smear_and_obama_s_debate_lie">Herman Cain Piggybacks on WaPo's Perry Smear

"You have the Washington Post with an unsupported nonstory, and here comes Herman Cain piggybacking on it trying to capitalize; essentially letting the mainstream media (in this case, the Washington Post) set the narrative. I'm gonna tell you, this is really disappointing to me. Herman Cain."


And this from Dan over at his own blog:

Regarding: "Herman Cain said Thursday that he would consider an invitation to join an eventual Republican presidential nominee as a vice presidential candidate — unless the nominee is Rick Perry."

Why Cain's Latest Unforced Error Matters

It's a foolish statement on more than one level.
I didn't open up my browser thinking, okay, Palin's out, it's time to choose a candidate. In fact, I remain open to any conservative to take the first battle to Romney. Herman Cain's statement above forced that choice on me. He is saying to conservatives, in effect, it's Rick Perry or it's me. While that's not exactly true, as others remain in the race, as regards Perry versus Cain, fine. Cain wanted an answer, he got it as far as I'm concerned. Otherwise, I would have been perfectly content to watch Perry and Cain and whomever else bang heads as we go forward.

If Cain can't keep himself from saying things that only, shall we say, bang himself, fine. As it isn't the first time, I'll just assume he enjoys doing it, for some strange reason.

Romney okay in the White House, Perry not okay? Huh? Herman! What the hell is on that pizza you been eating, or are you just sniffing the fumes as it burns in the oven?


Wild Thing's comment......

Shame on Cain.

Cain is missing an opportunity to send a powerful message to the democrats and the media that says race card politics is no longer acceptable. He just won't stop his race baiting. I sure as heck to NOT want a President that continues the race bating like Obama has been doing and Cain is doing just that.

Then regarding the very stupid comment about being a VP but not Perry's. Good grief. Herman Cain is wrong with you. Also I notice he never attacks Romney only Perry and that is even before his pulling the race card on Perry. Cain is a Romney guy to be sure. He previously endorsed (RINO) Mitt Romney: In 2008 and now would accept his invitation to be Romney’s VP in 2012. Hmmmmm not good.

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Cain Jabs Palin Again Over 'flavor the week' Comment ~ Cain Needs To Get Off This Race Baiting

Cain Jabs Palin Again Over 'flavor the week' Comment ~ Cain Needs To Get Off This Race Baiting

CNN Political Ticker

Rising GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain turned Sarah Palin’s words against her Wednesday, saying he's unconcerned about a potential White House bid by the former Alaska governor as she’d be the “flavor of the week.”

"The thing about Cain supporters is we build, and then we build, and we build," Cain said Wednesday at a book signing in Florida. "They don't defect. My supporters aren't going to run to the flavor of the week."

Palin previously knocked Cain's recent surge in the polls, casting him as the "flavor of the week" after he won a much-watched Florida straw poll nearly two weeks ago.

But this isn't the first time Cain, former CEO of Godfather's Pizza, showed his pique at Palin’s ice cream analogy.

In an appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," Cain joked Friday that his "flavor" was Haagan-Daas Black Walnut.

"Substance, that's the difference. I got the substance," Cain told Leno. "I'm the Black Walnut. It lasts longer than a week."

Wild Thing's comment.........

This makes the fourth time that I know of Herman Cain has made a point of bringing this up since Sarah said that about his being the flavor of the week. sheesh.

As you all know I have either party playing the race card. We have seen way too much of it from Obama and his side of the isle.

I have always respected Herman Cain and so I hate this even more coming from him. He needs to let this go including the thing he has toward Gov. Rick Pery about the rock. But so far Cain is using both of these things and not giving up.

Just like the video I posted of Allen West and how he reacted. I wish Cain had done the same thing and taken the high road. The evidence is there that the whole rock thing was taken care of and why Cain has decided to ignore the truth is very troubling.

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August 13, 2011

RACIST CNN's Lemon Asks Herman Cain If He 'Stands a Chance' With 'Mostly-White Party In a Mostly-White State'

CNN's Lemon Asks Herman Cain If He 'Stands a Chance' With 'Mostly-White Party In a Mostly-White State'


At the Iowa State Fair, CNN's Don Lemon asked Republican presidential nominee Herman Cain if he could win the Iowa vote for the Republican nomination and for president, given that Cain belongs to a "mostly-white party" and is campaigning in a "mostly-white state."

Lemon had said the two had a "passionate conversation" prior to going on air, where he asked Cain "do you think in a party – in a mostly-white party in a mostly-white state, did you really stand a chance, not only of a nomination, of becoming President?"

A partial transcript of the interview, which aired on August 12 at 12:02 p.m. EDT, is as follows:

DON LEMON: Speaking over on the soapbox, and really giving some interesting – and straightforward talk. And we had a – let's say a passionate conversation afterwards. And the reason we did is because you said you were an against-all-odds person, and quite honestly I said to you do you think in a party – in a mostly-white party in a mostly-white state, did you really stand a chance, not only of a nomination, of becoming President?

HERMAN CAIN, GOP presidential candidate: I really think that I have a chance of – getting the nomination, becoming President, because my experience from 2004, when I ran for the United States Senate, and I've traveled to all 159 counties in Georgia, color didn't matter. It wasn't about color.

LEMON: You will be up against someone who has a majority of the African-American vote, and who has – will have, probably, the majority of the liberal vote.

CAIN: Let's just say he temporarily has the majority of the African-American vote. Based upon my experience of being on the radio for five years, I know that is changing. And so I don't believe he's going to capture the majority of the African-American vote if I – when I get the nomination.


Wild Thing's comment......

IMO that is a horrible racist question. And this CNN jerk knows it too and so does CNN. They also know that the Tea Party movement has many, many blacks in it and many that gave a speech at the various rallies. Plus they fail to remember that Republicans backed and supported Clarence Thomas, JD Watts, Allen West and others. And what did the left call each one of these fine men???? Uncle Toms and all kinds of things.

The LEFT only things a black man is OK if he is a DEMOCRAT.

I am so sick of this race card BS from the left.

And Herman Cain is a good man, an honorable man, I have a lot of respect for him. He also has a great personality and one that just listening to him speak makes a person feel better.

He was on wirth Sean Hannity last night too and he even broke into a song. I looked all over for the video of it but there isn't one yet.

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April 15, 2011

Congressman Allen West (LTC. Ret) Warns Hateful, Radical Leftists: Don't Mess with Me!

Fox News video clip of Congressman Allen West (LTC. Ret)

THIS MAN SERVED HIS COUNTRY WITH HONOR! He deserves FAR better treatment than he's getting from the hate-filled leftist Democrats

Congressman Allen West (LTC. Ret) Warns Hateful, Radical Leftists: Don't Mess with Me!

West to Critics: Beware Whom You Target

Rep. Allen West (R-Fla.) used an email to constituents to respond to a threat against his Florida office last week and to warn critics to "be careful of whom you are choosing to employ these tactics against."

Last week, West's Florida office received an envelope containing white powder and a letter with derogatory remarks directed at the congressman. A hazmat team later determined the powder wasn't harmful.

"This incident, is just another in several incidents that have occurred over the last couple of years and, have put me in quite a bad mood," West wrote in an email sent to constituents Tuesday.

"He offered the example of a "liberal blogger publicly stating that he wanted to 'skin me alive,' " and a protest outside his office led by Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) "castigating me as a 'misogynist.'

"I find it interesting that in all of these instances, the media simply dismissed the incidents," West said. "One might wonder — is it open season on a principled black conservative?"

West, a retired Army colonel, has become a national figure among Tea Party activists since defeating Democrat Ron Klein last November. The Florida Republican will be a top target of national Democrats seeking to regain the majority in the House in 2012.

"Let me be very clear to all reading this missive, but mostly to liberals who subscribe to this behavior, be careful of whom you are choosing to employ these tactics against," wrote West. "I consider myself an easy-going fella who will always engage in intense intellectual exchange. However, if you choose this path of personal attacks, intimidation, and threats you will encounter a very different Congressman (LTC. Ret) Allen B. West."

Wild Thing's comment.......

West is awesome! I love how he handles each thing as it happens and speaks up for himself and also for America.

I LOVE this......No Briefcase here: Congressman West carries his Army Helmet Bag

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

3rd Mar.Div. 1st Battalion 9th Marine Regiment
1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
VN 66-67

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January 13, 2010

Doug Flutie Endorses Scott Brown

Doug Flutie endorsed Scott Brown along with comedian Steve Sweeney

The Massachusetts’ special U.S. Senate election has gotten tighter, but the general dynamics remain the same.

A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely voters in the state finds Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley attracting 49% of the vote while her Republican rival, state Senator Scott Brown, picks up 47%.

Three percent (3%) say they’ll vote for independent candidate Joe Kennedy, and two percent (2%) are undecided. The independent is no relation to the late Edward M. Kennedy, whose Senate seat the candidates are battling to fill in next Tuesday’s election.

Coakley is supported by 77% of Democrats while Brown picks up the vote from 88% of Republicans. Among voters not affiliated with either major party, Brown leads 71% to 23%. To be clear, this lead is among unaffiliated voters who are likely to participate in the special election.

Scott Brown marched up the road with a banner and a group of supporters, stopping to shake everyone’s hand along the way. There were chants of “Go Scott, go!” the entire time. Coakley, per elitist fashion, whisked up in a stealthy and anonymous car.

One of the union workers actually turned around and said “I’m paid to be here, but I’m voting for Scott Brown. I just need the money, but don’t tell anyone.”



Wild Thing's comment...........

She is amazing on how stupid she is. Scary stupid!

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July 17, 2009

Democrat Witchhunt Going After VP Dick Cheney To Attempt To Cover for Pelosi's LIE

Krauthammer: Dems After Cheney, Just Cover For Nancy Pelosi

And this from Liz Cheney:

"I am really surprised that the democrats decide that that's what they want to fight over. I mean, if they want to go to the American people and say that they disagree with the notion that we ought to be capturing and killing Al Qaeda leaders, I think it's just going to prove to the American people one more time why they can't trust the democrats with our national security."


Wild Thing's comment.........

Liberals cannot stand the thought of Dick Cheney, he inhabits the Col Jessup corner of their psyches.

I guess they are going to say even thinking about killing Al Qaeda is a hate crime.

Fools rush in don't they? No wonder the democrats are such pals of the Palestinians. neither group ever loses an opportunity to lose an opportunity. They always underestimate Dick Cheney. Well, here we go again. Hope they know what they are in for. They are delusional people plain and simple. Go Dick, Go Liz.

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June 25, 2009

Sal in Harlem Interviews Obama Voters

Sal Governale from the Howard Stern show goes uptown to Harlem to interview black people about who they would vote for and why.

Wild Thing's comment.......


People don’t have a clue, God help us. Good grief, that a ride to a library or something. Too bad there isn't a test to find out if the voter is even aware of the issues before they get to cast a vote.

....Thank you Jack for sending this to me. This should be seen by as many people as possible!!!!!

United States Army
Army Combat Engineers
Quang Tri & Chu Lai '68 -'69

Jack's blog is Conservative Insurgent

I missed this at first.so thank you to both of you. ..............

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

3rd Mar.Div. 1st Battalion 9th Marine Regiment
1/9 Marines aka The Walking Dead
VN 66-67

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April 17, 2009

2009 Tea Party Roll Call Update

ALL 50 states plus D.C., 485 cities, and can document no less than 602,000 and as many as 680,000 patriots took place in the greatest grass roots act of defiance since 1773!

EVERY state in the Union protested Washington D.C.'s tax and spend scheme.

The list as of 4/17/09 1500 PST, to get Updates Please CLICK this LINK to see the list and totals


2009 Tea Party Roll Call

Low -----------Mid ----------High

602,293 ______ 641,619 ______ 679,942

And more Tea Parties coming, some have added extra days to have a Tea Party

Philadelphia Tea Party II



April 18th, 2009 12 noon - 2pm


Philadelphia, PA - Independence Mall

Rally to be held on MARKET STREET between 5th and 6th Streets.

Directions to the Tea Party via Google Maps at website

To fight wasteful spending so that future generations will not be burdened with immense debt and to fight the unprecedented and unconstitutional encroachment of government on our God-given freedoms.


Dom Giordano - Talk Show Host, WPHT-AM

Don Adams - writer, teacher, public affairs consultant

Christine Flowers - Attorney and columnist for the Philadelphia Daily News

Michael Johns - Conservative leader and writer, former White House speechwriter and Heritage Foundation policy analyst

Steve Lonegan - New Jersey taxpayer champion

Scott Rutter - Decorated veteran and Townhall.com columnist

Pat Toomey - Former President, Club For Growth

Scott Wheeler, columnist, Townhall.com and Newsmax.com.

Philly's own Joey Vento - Owner of Geno's Steaks.

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November 13, 2008

Tolerance Fails T-shirt Test

Catherine Vogt, 14, conducted an experiment in political tolerance at her Oak Park middle school and learned some valuable lessons. (Tribune photo by Nuccio DiNuzzo / November 12, 2008)

Chicago Tribune

As the media keeps gushing on about how America has finally adopted tolerance as the great virtue, and that we're all united now, let's consider the Brave Catherine Vogt Experiment.

Catherine Vogt, 14, is an Illinois 8th grader, the daughter of a liberal mom and a conservative dad. She wanted to conduct an experiment in political tolerance and diversity of opinion at her school in the liberal suburb of Oak Park.

She noticed that fellow students at Gwendolyn Brooks Middle School overwhelmingly supported Barack Obama for president. His campaign kept preaching "inclusion," and she decided to see how included she could be.

So just before the election, Catherine consulted with her history teacher, then bravely wore a unique T-shirt to school and recorded the comments of teachers and students in her journal. The T-shirt bore the simple yet quite subversive words drawn with a red marker:

"McCain Girl."

"I was just really curious how they'd react to something that different, because a lot of people at my school wore Obama shirts and they are big Obama supporters," Catherine told us. "I just really wanted to see what their reaction would be."

Immediately, Catherine learned she was stupid for wearing a shirt with Republican John McCain's name. Not merely stupid. Very stupid.

"People were upset. But they started saying things, calling me very stupid, telling me my shirt was stupid and I shouldn't be wearing it," Catherine said.

Then it got worse.

"One person told me to go die. It was a lot of dying. A lot of comments about how I should be killed," Catherine said, of the tolerance in Oak Park.

But students weren't the only ones surprised that she wore a shirt supporting McCain.

"In one class, I had one teacher say she will not judge me for my choice, but that she was surprised that I supported McCain," Catherine said.

If Catherine was shocked by such passive-aggressive threats from instructors, just wait until she goes to college.

"Later, that teacher found out about the experiment and said she was embarrassed because she knew I was writing down what she said," Catherine said.

One student suggested that she be put up on a cross for her political beliefs.

"He said, 'You should be crucifixed.' It was kind of funny because, I was like, don't you mean 'crucified?' " Catherine said.

Other entries in her notebook involved suggestions by classmates that she be "burned with her shirt on" for "being a filthy-rich Republican."

Some said that because she supported McCain, by extension she supported a plan by deranged skinheads to kill Obama before the election. And I thought such politicized logic was confined to American newsrooms. Yet Catherine refused to argue with her peers. She didn't want to jeopardize her experiment.

"I couldn't show people really what it was for. I really kind of wanted to laugh because they had no idea what I was doing," she said.

Only a few times did anyone say anything remotely positive about her McCain shirt. One girl pulled her aside in a corner, out of earshot of other students, and whispered, "I really like your shirt."

That's when you know America is truly supportive of diversity of opinion, when children must whisper for fear of being ostracized, heckled and crucifixed.

The next day, in part 2 of The Brave Catherine Vogt Experiment, she wore another T-shirt, this one with "Obama Girl" written in blue. And an amazing thing happened.

Catherine wasn't very stupid anymore. She grew brains.

"People liked my shirt. They said things like my brain had come back, and I had put the right shirt on today," Catherine said.

Some students accused her of playing both sides.

"A lot of people liked it. But some people told me I was a flip-flopper," she said. "They said, 'You can't make up your mind. You can't wear a McCain shirt one day and an Obama shirt the next day.' "

But she sure did, and she turned her journal into a report for her history teacher, earning Catherine extra credit. We asked the teacher, Norma Cassin-Pountney, whether it was ironic that Catherine would be subject to such intolerance from pro-Obama supporters in a community that prides itself on its liberal outlook.

"That's what we discussed," Cassin-Pountney said about the debate in the classroom when the experiment was revealed. "I said, here you are, promoting this person [Obama] that believes we are all equal and included, and look what you've done? The students were kind of like, 'Oh, yeah.' I think they got it."

Catherine never told us which candidate she would have voted for if she weren't an 8th grader. But she said she learned what it was like to be in the minority.

"Just being on the outside, how it felt, it was not fun at all," she said.

Don't ever feel as if you must conform, Catherine. Being on the outside isn't so bad. Trust me.

Wild Thing's comment.........

This girl obviously gets her intellect from her father.

Tolerance to liberals means you have to agree with them. This little girl learned all about the great lie of liberalism and how it works. She is impressive and she did all of this on her own.

......Thank you RAC for sending this to me.

RAC has a website that is awesome. 336th Assault Helicopter Company

13th Combat Aviation Battalion - 1st Aviation Brigade - Soc Trang, Republic of Vietnam

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November 08, 2008

McCain's Staff Give Up During Campaign and Now Attack Palin

Over Before It Began

The American Spectator

By George Neumayr

According to Newsweek, "On the Sunday night before the last debate, McCain's core group of advisers -- Steve Schmidt, Rick Davis, adman Fred Davis, strategist Greg Strimple, pollster Bill McInturff and strategy director Sarah Simmons -- met to decide whether to tell McCain that the race was effectively over, that he no longer had a chance to win. The consensus in the room was no, not yet, not while he still had 'a pulse.'

This spirit of defeat explains why McCain staffers spent the last week or so of the campaign leaking against Sarah Palin. By the end of the race, the choicest pieces of inside-the-beltway elitism were coming not from Barack Obama but from McCain's own staffers. Palin and family, the staffers let it be known, were clinging to their God, guns, and newfound Neiman Marcus items.

"Wasilla hillbillies looting Neiman Marcus from coast to coast." That is the description Newsweek received from an "angry aide."

That the staffers had given up by October also explains why the most potent attack on Obama came not from the campaign but from pure happenstance outside it: Joe the plumber's accidental meeting with Obama.

McCain acted like that was the first time he had ever heard Obama's thoughts on economic redistribution. Had the campaign exhausted its opposition research budget at Neiman Marcus? To anyone even remotely paying attention, Obama's understanding of taxation as tool of economic redistribution was clear long before Joe the plumber arrived on the scene. Obama had used the word redistribution repeatedly in his writings and speeches.

McCain's last-minute reliance on the gimmick of Joe the plumber made it easy for the media to dismiss his charge of "socialism" against Obama as feeble name-calling. Many months early, the McCain campaign could have been developing that case, and it wouldn't have taken much effort: Obama had let slip socialist, even Marxian, assumptions in his thinking several times, from his Marxian description of religion as an opiate for the masses to his bald calls for "confiscating" the profits of oil companies to his open class warfare.

By the end of the race, the McCain campaign seemed to depend on the latest Drudge Report links for the few talking points it could rouse itself to make. Obama's casual comment about bankrupting the coal industry had been gathering dust for months, only becoming an issue via Drudge at the last moment.

Even when the campaign occasionally stumbled down a promising avenue of attack, it would stop and dart down a new cul-de-sac. Take the ad it ran early on about Obama's work with Planned Parenthood to spread sex-ed propaganda in elementary schools. That ad hit its target squarely enough to generate days of grousing from Joe Biden and, in a rare moment of irritation, Barack Obama. Obama's surrogates in the press also spent days frowning over the ad, another measure of its effectiveness. But where was the follow-up?

The McCain campaign could have rolled out a series of such ads. Instead, social conservatism was henceforth treated by the McCain campaign as a no-go area. For example, the day after the Connecticut Supreme Court imposed gay marriage on the people there, McCain said nothing about the decision. Not a word as far as I could tell was even spoken during the campaign about Obama's de facto support for gay marriage.

Meanwhile, Obama was running ad after ad about his belief in "parental responsibility," crafting an unchallenged image of himself as a centrist. Accidentally, Obama ended up doing more to pass the traditional marriage initiative Proposition 8 in California than McCain: the high turnout of blacks to vote for Obama meant they also voted on Proposition 8, which they supported overwhelmingly.

That McCain lost while traditional marriage amendments across the country, no thanks to him, won is a fitting final note to the haplessness of his campaign.

Wild Thing's comment........

These people that worked on McCain's campaign should be banned from ever again being able to work in politics for one thing. I am so furious about what is happening!!!!!

Nothing would surprise me about McCain.

The main thing I get from this is how awful the campaign workers are, how they threw Palin to the wolves and are bashing her thinking somehow they can look good ...BUT it is totally working the opposite.

Last night on FOX they were saying ( FINALLY ) how horrible the people are that are leaking the lies about Sarah. Finally and maybe after getting enough emails from all of us they are getting smart and realizing it is from McCain's camp and the leaks are lies.

We have had enough of this!!!

McCain could not have had a single chance of a win if it had not been for Sarah. She made the touchdowns, she hit the homeruns and she carried the ball from day one. And God bless her.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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Leaker Of Palin Attacks ~ Nicolle Wallace In Her Full Rino Glory

Read this little gem below said by contemptible Nicole Wallace trashing conservative critics of McCain as “crazies.

From February 13, 2008

CBS Political Analyst: McCain Critics are Conservative ‘Crazies’

By Kyle Drennen


On Wednesday’s CBS "Early Show," co-host Harry Smith discussed the ‘Potomac Primaries’ with Democratic Strategist Dee Dee Myers and Republican CBS Political Analyst Nicolle Wallace, a former Bush Administration Communications Director, who said of John McCain’s conservative critics:

"The more that we see kind of the crazies like Ann Coulter out attacking John McCain, the better Republicans feel about their chances in the general election."

This attack upon conservatives critical of McCain, who include Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Laura Ingraham, and others, was prompted by Harry Smith asking about Mike Huckabee’s continued support in the race:

Wild Thing's comment......

Before she was on the McCain campaign staff, Nicolle Wallace was a "CBS Political Analyst" who said that Katie Couric was one of her most admired people in the world...... meanwhile she sneered at conservative critics of McCain during primary season last February as "crazies like Ann Coulter"..........

OOOH, Nicolle Wallace, and now you are (allegedly) trying to destroy Sarah Palin???!!!?? You are going to be persona non grata for any future Republican campaign that wants to get anything more than the RINO vote.

McCain endorses attacking Palin by his refusal to come out and refute it !

Sarah is an awesome lady and she took a bashing from the libtards that no one should have to take all of this from the rino's like Wallace and others. And then spread so joyously by the likes of Cameron and others in the media.


And also this.....................

Rush Limbaugh

Rushbo said on his show he was going to declare war on two enemies: Barack Obama and the Republican party. GOOD and I agree!

"Ladies and gentlemen, it is worse than I thought," Limbaugh told listeners. "What the Republican party, led by disgruntled and failed McCain staffers, is trying to do to Sarah Palin, is unconscionable ... There are country-club, blue-blood ... Republicans who want nothing to do with a firebrand conservative [who] can fire up people." He added: "We're going to be taking on two things here [over] the next four years: Obama, and our own party establishment."

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November 07, 2008

Super Rino Nicole Wallace and Anyone Else Bashing Gov. Sarah Palin

McCain Aides Blame Palin, Not Themselves
John McCain took full responsibility for the GOP loss Tuesday night, but there was plenty of grumbling by his top aides Wednesday morning that vice presidential pick Sarah Palin caused his defeat.

Liberal bloggers seized on the raw feelings about Palin among McCain campaign insiders.

Cityfile New York reported that Palin wanted very much to speak during McCain’s concession speech Tuesday night, but staffers shot down her request.

So bitter are some members of McCain’s inner circle that they are trying to get even with Palin and ruin her chances for salvaging her political future.

~ snipet ~

From the minute Palin joined the campaign, she energized a Republican base that was dissatisfied by McCain. She became an overnight fundraising sensation and drew record crowds to Republican events.

It was reported that, when McCain needed to draw a large crowd, he would make sure Palin was with him.

After a pathetic campaign without focus or toughness against the Democratic opponent, it seems natural that top McCain aides would turn their fury on conservative Palin, considered the country's most popular governor.

After joining the ticket, Palin had catapulted McCain ahead of Obama in the polls by mid-September. Palin played a large role in his success. Soon, the mainstream media targeted her with a withering series of attack articles. The AP alone often posted two or three negative Palin stories a day.

~ snipet ~

Despite the multiple fumbles, McCain aides remain fixated on Palin's wardrobe. One upset aide characterized the spree as “Wasilla hillbillies looting Neiman Marcus from coast to coast,” adding that the truth will come out eventually when the Republican Party audits its books.

Reports first surfaced in late October that certain McCain insiders were poised to sacrifice Palin in the event of a McCain loss.

“These people are going to try and shred her after the campaign to divert blame from themselves,” a McCain insider told Politico, referring to McCain's chief strategist, Steve Schmidt, and to Nicolle Wallace, a former Bush aide who took a lead role in Palin’s campaign.
“A number of Governor Palin’s staff have not had her best interests at heart, and they have not had the campaign's best interests at heart,” the McCain insider said.


Nicole's Knifework



Wow -that is some savage cutting & gutting that Nicole Wallace has just performed upon Sarah Palin. Nicole & I crossed swords once, during the Harriet Miers nomination battle. Watching what Nicole can do when she is seriously annoyed, I am grateful that I got away from that fight with nothing worse than a few bumps and bruises .
That said: Some of these stories do not ring quite true to me, especially the story about Palin allegedly not realizing that Africa was a continent rather than a country. Apparently she did not grasp that "South Africa" was not the same thing as "southern Africa." But there a lot of possible innocent explanations for a mistake like that.
Larger point: Would it not better serve the cause of understanding for Nicole Wallace to give an on-camera interview to Carl Cameron and state these points in her own voice - and allow viewers to asses their credibility? Wallace's fingerprints are all over these leaks anyway, so it's not as if she has any anonymity to lose.


And this..............

A Palin aide said: "Governor Palin was not directing staffers to put anything on their personal credit cards, and anything that staffers put on their credit cards has been reimbursed, like an expense. Nasty and false accusations following a defeat say more about the person who made them than they do about Governor Palin."


Here’s a quick petition Michelle MalkinI created where you can sign and leave your comments.



And this in case you want to use it too.


Office of the Chairman
Mike Duncan, RNC Chairman
Phone: 202-863-8700
Fax: 202-863-8820
Email: Chairman@gop.com

And there is this as well. OPERATION LEPER at Redstate blog

Wild Thing's comment..............

This kind of thing makes my heart hurt. I just don't understand people like this. And so the only thing I can see as the reason is they are for sure not conservatives, and more then likely jealous of the love and attention and reaction that Sarah Palin received. This Nicole Wallace is the leak she is behind the whole thing with the help of others.
Don't you just love how these trahsy reports say.... " sources and my sources tell me" and never name names. Great reporting....NOT!

And I am so sick of these rino's these closet Democrats in our party. Including those at the top of the rung of our party. PLEASE GET RID OF ALL OF THEM!!!!!!!!! Let's start from scratch!

McCain was sure quick to criticize someone who used Barack Hussein Obama's middle name. Why doesn't he make a statement in support of his own running mate??? What a jerk!

Nicole Wallace is jealous, and missing a soul.

They are making a HUGE mistake going after Sarah, and there will be repercussions count on it.

Get these petty backbiting self absorbed short sighted elitists OFF the front pages and OUT of my party! Get rid of the rinos! The closet Democrats and we might have a chance to take our country back. Get rid of the likes of Nicole Wallace and her ilk. We need to stop making excuses for these low life's in our party and those that run our party. If we go any further to the left it will be the same as the old Democrat party.

We have a very good chance to win again and not only President but also have conservatives in power. To be in the majority in the House and Senate. I believe that, and we just can't give up. And meanwhile we can purge these jerks out of here. This is dead on serious, it is a take no prisoner time and we owe it to our Veterans and our troops and the future of this Nation is at stake.

There will be days of anger, tears and frustration as welll there should be, we have an enemy that is going to be P...P....P..... I can't say it with his name. He is going to be Number 44. But we will also have laughs to at how his people get upset with him as they already are and will in the future too.

From Rush Limbaugh's show::

They (including McCain) are trying to destroy Palin so conservatives don’t retake the party, we (conservatives) we’re played, the war now is not with Obama, it’s a war in the Party, moderates/rhinos vs conservatives, and Palin is the enemy, they are afraid of her. Basically, staffers are doing this for two reasons:

1) They are not conservatives
2) They need to blame somebody because they were behind the massive loss and want to get jobs in the future.

The attacks on Palin are even worse than he suspected, who is to gain he says? The moderates, they are trying to ruin her 2012 run trying to make her out to be fool, petty, ignorant hick. And all this is coming from our own Party.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.


UPDATE November 7, 2008 afternooon

Washington – Today Team Sarah commented on the explosion of post-election attacks on Alaska Governor Sarah Palin:

“I have news for everyone – the campaign is over. Unfortunately, the hateful campaigning against Governor Sarah Palin continues on, perpetuated by those threatened by her meteoric rise,” said Team Sarah Co-Founder Jane Abraham. “Despite the unfounded vitriol and criticism, Governor Palin’s success will endure. Sarah Palin’s success story is just beginning and it will take more than some baseless remarks from a few malcontents to stop her rise in American politics. Governor Palin will continue to influence American politics: her reputation as a fighter against corruption, an expert on energy, and a voice for modern American women balancing work and family cannot and will not be ignored.”

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November 06, 2008

Theodore's World Thank You To Gov. Sarah Palin

Palin says “If I cost McCain even one vote - I’m sorry”


I sent Gov. Sarah Palin a hand written letter from Team Theodore.

Sarah, you are the reason why we campaigned for McCain. You have nothing to apologize for. You are beautiful inside and out and owe no one an apology. YOU carried McCain to the finish line, and you took beatings for him. YOU did not cost him any votes. Sarah, remember this. Last night McCain got the most applause when he talked about you. You did more to energize McCain's campaign then any other person on the face of the earth.
Sarah, my blog is almost entirely Veterans, Vietnam Vets and some from the Gulf War. Others at my blog have family members serving now in our military just as you do. Each one loving our country and knowing how important it is to keep it the land of the free. Each one of these heroes, our Veterans deserve an America that they served and fought for. It is a sad day for us the outcome of this election, but not because of you. You had us all holding our head high and with pride in our country. We all voted for you Sarah.
You are the future of this country. It was an honor to vote for you.
Sarah, keep shining and come back and lead the way to victory for the new, revitalized conservative movement in the future, you betcha!!!
Sarah please do not disappear from our radar because America does LOVE YOU!
With gratitude and heart felt thanks,
Chrissie and all at Theodore's World


If anyone would like to write to Sarah or email her, here are all the various addresses etc.

Correspondence such as letters, packages, and paperwork should be addressed to the Juneau Governor's Office.

Juneau Office
Alaska State Capitol Building
Third Floor P.O. Box 110001
Juneau, AK 99811-0001

Phone (907) 465-3500
Fax (907) 465-3532

State Info (907) 465-2111

Alaska State Capitol Building
Juneau Governor’s Office

Gov. Sarah Palin website


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November 04, 2008

A Vote and Pray For Our Country

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

Article. II.

Section. 1.

The executive Power shall be vested in a President of the United States of America. He shall hold his Office during the Term of four Years, and, together with the Vice President, chosen for the same Term, be elected, as follows:

Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress: but no Senator or Representative, or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States, shall be appointed an Elector.
The Electors shall meet in their respective States, and vote by Ballot for two Persons, of whom one at least shall not be an Inhabitant of the same State with themselves. And they shall make a List of all the Persons voted for, and of the Number of Votes for each; which List they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the Seat of the Government of the United States, directed to the President of the Senate. The President of the Senate shall, in the Presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, open all the Certificates, and the Votes shall then be counted.
The Person having the greatest Number of Votes shall be the President, if such Number be a Majority of the whole Number of Electors appointed; and if there be more than one who have such Majority, and have an equal Number of Votes, then the House of Representatives shall immediately chose by Ballot one of them for President; and if no Person have a Majority, then from the five highest on the List the said House shall in like Manner chose the President.
But in choosing the President, the Votes shall be taken by States, the Representation from each State having one Vote; A quorum for this purpose shall consist of a Member or Members from two thirds of the States, and a Majority of all the States shall be necessary to a Choice. In every Case, after the Choice of the President, the Person having the greatest Number of Votes of the Electors shall be the Vice President. But if there should remain two or more who have equal Votes, the Senate shall chose from them by Ballot the Vice President.
The Congress may determine the Time of choosing the Electors, and the Day on which they shall give their Votes; which Day shall be the same throughout the United States.
No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.
In Case of the Removal of the President from Office, or of his Death, Resignation, or Inability to discharge the Powers and Duties of the said Office, the Same shall devolve on the Vice President, and the Congress may by Law provide for the Case of Removal, Death, Resignation or Inability, both of the President and Vice President, declaring what Officer shall then act as President, and such Officer shall act accordingly, until the Disability be removed, or a President shall be elected.
The President shall, at stated Times, receive for his Services, a Compensation, which shall neither be increased nor diminished during the Period for which he shall have been elected, and he shall not receive within that Period any other Emolument from the United States, or any of them.
Before he enter on the Execution of his Office, he shall take the following Oath or Affirmation:--"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States."

Wild Thing's comment..........

My thoughts and prayers are constantly on those serving our country during this crucial election.

Think of their amazing accomplishments since 9/11 and to this day they continue VOLUNTEERING, leaving many of us speechless, there are no words sufficient to describe such dedication and love of country.

And the wounded soldiers that we know who say, “I’d go back in a heartbeat if they would let me...”. They wish nothing more than to be part of a successful campaign that they were not able to complete.

Our troops deserve the best Commander In Chief and that would be Sen. John McCain. There just is no way that Barack Hussein Obama would be a good CIC, he has no respect for our military and it goes down hill from there in how and what he would do to our military and to our land of the free because of the VERY Brave!

America has been greatly blessed by God and has stood as the greatest country in the history of the world for over 200 years. America has many foreign and domestic enemies that are seeking her destruction. I pray all of the enemy’s attempts to steal this election fail.

Our Founding Fathers were acutely aware of the importance of elections. They believed that the faith and character of every individual elected to office was vital to the future health of our nation, and they valued the privilege of representative government under the guidance of Almighty God.

A political painting depicting presidential candidates is displayed in the driveway of resident Robert Horr on Thursday, Oct. 23, 2008, in New Gloucester, Maine.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:55 AM | Comments (18)

Obama Added To Mount Rushmore ~ LOL

After a feverish night of chiseling by hippies chanting "Yes We Can," a new addition to a national landmark.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:50 AM | Comments (7)

No NO NOoooooo Obama!


"He hasn't done anything yet"...Michelle Obama


Barack Hussein Obama and his Secrets

Obama will not release his donation list.... McCain has.

He got the Governor of Hawaii to Seal his Birth Certificate.

University of Chicago has blocked records that show relationships with William Ayers.

Now, the LA Times has a speech he gave at a dinner honoring Rushid Khalidi.. the co-founder of the Arab American Action Network that mourns the existence of Israel. Turns out, William Ayers was at that dinner too!

Occidental College records - Not released
Columbia College records - Not released
Columbia Thesis paper - 'not available'
Harvard College records - Not released
Selective Service Registration - Not released
Medical records -- Not released
Illinois State Senate schedule - 'not available'
Law practice client list - Not released
Certified Copy of original Birth certificate - Not released
Embossed, signed paper Certification of Live Birth - Not released
Harvard Law Review articles published - None
University of Chicago scholarly articles - None
Your Record of baptism - Not released or 'not available'
Your Illinois State Senate records- 'not available'

"Just some guy that lives in my neighborhood.."

William Ayers, Bernadine Dohrn, Obama, Rezko, and Louis Farrakhan all live within a 3 block radius.......... Cozy...Chicago is a very, very, very big city.

Khalidi and his family also lived in the same neighborhood before he transferred to New York. The Obamas attended the wedding of Khalidi's daughter..as did Ayers and wife.


Posted by Wild Thing at 04:47 AM | Comments (4)

Former Sec. of State, Lawrence Eagleburger:"If Obama elcected God Help us"

Fmr. Sec. of State Lawrence Eagleburger: Obama is a Con Man

Fmr. Sec. of State Lawrence Eagleburger: Obama is a con man and a swindler trying to buy the election with untraceable money or steal it through groups like ACORN.

Sunday 11/2/08
Former Secretary of State, Lawrence Eagleburger: “Obama Is A Charlatan .. If he’s elected, God help us.”


Wild Thing's comment........

Yes if he is elected God help us and America!

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:45 AM | Comments (6)

November 03, 2008

McCain's Computer

Barack Obama has put out an ad that simply reminded us John McCain cannot use a computer.

Well guess what ...

Barack has never landed a jet plane on an aircraft carrier at night.


Wild Thing's comment........

LOL ....... I love this! What nerve Obama has to attack McCain on that ad he had awhile back about McCain and his computer. Obama really is not too bright.

....Thank you Mark for sending this.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:27 PM | Comments (14)

Obama Gives McCain The Finger

And then back in April day after losing his Pennsylvania debate with Hillary, Obama in his oh so delicate manner of his, flips Hillary the bird.

And this one...............it was the second time he did it to Hillary.

Wild Thing's comment.........

You know I think everyone has done this, but to do it as a Presidential candidate toward the opposing candidate is just wrong in so many ways. What is Obama going to do when he would have to deal with leaders of other countries and they do not agree. Give THEM the FINGER? OH that will be great. Bring THE HOOD to our White House is what he will do.

I am so disgusting with this communist jerk.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:04 PM | Comments (15)

Coal Official Calls Obama Comments 'unbelievable'

Coal official calls Obama comments 'unbelievable'

The West Virginia Record


At least one state coal industry leader said he was shocked by comments Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama made earlier this year concerning his plan to aggressively charge polluters for carbon and greenhouse gas emissions.

"What I've said is that we would put a cap and trade system in place that is as aggressive, if not more aggressive, than anybody else's out there," Obama said in a Jan. 17 interview with the San Francisco Chronicle that was made public today first on the Web site newsbusters.org, which calls itself "the leader in documenting, exposing and neutralizing liberal media bias." The story later was linked on The Drudge Report.
"I was the first to call for a 100 percent auction on the cap and trade system, which means that every unit of carbon or greenhouse gases emitted would be charged to the polluter," Obama continued. "That will create a market in which whatever technologies are out there that are being presented, whatever power plants that are being built, that they would have to meet the rigors of that market and the ratcheted down caps that are being placed, imposed every year.
"So if somebody wants to build a coal-powered plant, they can; it's just that it will bankrupt them because they're going to be charged a huge sum for all that greenhouse gas that's being emitted."

Calls and e-mails to West Virginia Obama campaign officials seeking comment for this story were not returned as of Sunday evening.

According to the West Virginia Office of Miners' Health, Safety and Training, the coal industry provides about 40,000 direct jobs in the state, including those for miners, mine contractors, coal preparation plant employees and mine supply company workers.

West Virginia is the second largest coal-producing state in the country behind Wyoming and accounts for about 15 percent of all coal production in the United States. The Mountain State leads the nation in underground coal production and leads the nation in coal exports with over 50 million tons shipped to 23 countries. West Virginia accounts for about half of U.S. coal exports.

In addition, the coal industry pays about $70 million in property taxes in the state annually, and the Coal Severance Tax adds about $214 million into West Virginia's economy. The coal industry payroll in the state is nearly $2 billion per year, and coal is responsible for more than $3.5 billion annually in the gross state product.

"The only thing I've said with respect to coal, I haven't been some coal booster," Obama said in the San Francisco Chronicle interview. "What I have said is that for us to take coal off the table as an ideological matter as opposed to saying if technology allows us to use coal in a clean way, we should pursue it."
The senior vice president of the West Virginia Coal Association called Obama's comments "unbelievable."
"His comments are unfortunate," Chris Hamilton said Sunday, "and really reflect a very uninformed voice and perspective to coal specifically and energy generally."
Hamilton noted other times Obama and vice presidential candidate Joe Biden have made seemingly anti-coal statements.
"In Ohio recently, when Joe Biden said 'not here' about building coal-fired power plants -- this is exactly what will happen," Hamilton said. "Financing won't be directed here. It will all go aboard for plants elsewhere in the world. The United Sates is importing more coal today from Indonesia, South Africa and Colombia than we ever have.
"If we're going to create a situation where coal-fired power plants are at that much of a disadvantage, there will be new ones built. But as Biden said, just not here."

Republican presidential candidate John McCain's state director said Obama's statements are troubling, especially for West Virginians.

"I think this clearly shows the attitude the Obama-Biden ticket has toward coal," Ben Beakes said Sunday. "Rhetoric is cheap, but behind closed doors what they tell their supporters - that's what we have to take as gospel.
"They're definitely not friends of coal."
Beakes noted other examples of Obama and Biden making seemingly anti-coal statements, such as in February when Obama said he'd like to tax "dirty energy" such as coal and natural gas.
"And their cohorts in Congress make similar statements," Beakes said. "(Senate Majority Leader) Harry Reid (D-Nevada) said this summer that 'coal makes us sick.'
"This is an attitude and view that, to me, shows their hatred of coal. And therefore, their view would cost West Virginians thousands upon thousands of jobs."

Beakes touted McCain's view toward coal.

"John McCain has embraced coal," Beakes said. "He doesn't agree with everything in the coal industry, but his view of coal is positive. He will make it part of his energy policy. He's met with leaders in the coal industry and let them know that. He's sought advice from coal industry leaders.
"McCain understands that coal supports about 49 percent of our electricity in this country. He'll continue to make coal important. He wants to reduce our foreign dependency on oil."

Hamilton also said the Obama campaign needs to find varied sources for coal and energy advice.

"If they're victorious Tuesday, they'd better go to someone other than Al Gore on energy and environmental matters," he said. "They've tipped the balance way -- unnecessarily so -- toward protecting the environment."

Please also note this.....................

Here is what Obama said about nuclear energy.

His preconditions make it impossible to expand nuclear energy at this time.

From The Wall Street Journal:

On nuclear power, Sen. Obama says he's open to expanding nuclear energy, which now provides 20% of the nation's electricity, as part of an effort to increase power sources that emit little or no carbon dioxide. But he also has said there is no future for expanded nuclear energy until the U.S. comes up with a safe, long-term solution for disposing of nuclear waste. He opposes the Bush administration's plan for storing waste at Yucca Mountain in Nevada.

Wild Thing's comment..........

Obama should not be allowed any where near the White House. Obama is a blithering Marxist fool.

Glenn Beck’s from Pennsylvania he will not like this one bit either.

Pray for McCain/Palin and Our Troops

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:55 AM | Comments (21)

Gov.Sarah Palin Slamming Obama's Plan to Bankrupting the Coal Industry! Yeah Sarah!

Barack Obama stated his intention to bankrupt the coal industry in an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle. That would throw countless people out of work, devastate the economy of many coal producing states, and send electricity prices skyrocketing for everyone. Sarah Palin opposes Barack's bankrupt plan and pledges to fight with everything she has for working Americans!

Palin told supporters to listen to the audiotape. “You’re going to hear Sen. Obama talk about bankrupting the coal industry,” she said. The Alaska governor also pointed to comments that Democratic vice-presidential candidate Joe Biden made to an environmental activist, promising no more coal-fired power plants in America. Biden was videotaped, likely without his knowledge.
“In an Obama-Biden administration, there would be no use for coal at all, from Wyoming to Colorado, to West Virginia and Ohio,” Palin said.
"He said that, sure, if the industry wants to build coal-fired power plants, then they can go ahead and try, he says, but they can do it only in a way that will bankrupt the coal industry, and he's comfortable letting that happen,” Palin said. “And you got to listen to the tape.”
"Why is the audiotape just now surfacing?” Palin asked, leading someone in the crowd to shout, “Liberal media!”
“This interview was given to San Francisco folks many, many months ago,” Palin said. “You should have known about this, so that you would have better decision-making information as you go into the voting booth.”


Wild Thing's comment.........

OMG this is GREAT, she is She's telling them to listen to the tape!!!! I love it!

Don't you just love the take no prisoners attitude! OH yesssss!!!

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:50 AM | Comments (11)

"The MAC is BACK!" ~ McCain Holds Midnight Rally At University of Miami

McCain Electrifies Post-Midnight Miami Rally

Actor Kelsey Grammar and his wife Mrs. Kelsey Grammer (Camille Donatacci, a former Playboy model).
are also on stage with them.Crowd is going wild!

For the late hour almost 1 in the morning the crowd is going nuts!

John McCain is finishing out the weekend with a "Midnight Rally" at the University of Miami. At the rally at the BankUnited Center, McCain will get a final energetic boost from a huge crowd of several thousand supporters.

"McCain has a proven record," Sylvia Millor exclaimed.
McCain supporters waited anxiously for the Senator, talking about their votes. "We're fighting two wars and we need someone with experience. And Obama, he's not experienced," said Steve Jansen.
For other supporters, Obama's pro-choice stance on abortion was enough to decide their vote. "When a person will allow the slaughter of babies, why should you think he will protect you or keep his promises to you?" Carol Thompson asked.

And this was posted on HillBuzz Sunday night:

"Harriet and Betty Jean are back from the airport. They were turned down at the rally for McCain because there wasn't room. So they high tailed it to the airport with their signs in the hope they could see him. They saw McCain's car drive onto the tarmac and were despondent when the car headed away from them. Then, the car abruptly turned around and John McCain leapt out of the car and he ran over to the group with a huge smile on his face. Cindy and Joe Lieberman quickly followed. Betty Jean said McCain was quicker than the Secret Service who had to run to keep up with him. McCain thanked them enthusiastically and hugged Betty Jean. It made her day."


And this from notes from a friend that was also there:

"It holds 8,000 and it is full, packed. Amazing enthusiasm down the stretch. McCain must be so tired. But he doesn't act like it. His voice is going a little he sounds a little horse, but he is bright eyed and so is Cindy she was here too. Srah has given McCain an energy, this is just so thrilling to able to go to one of the rallies. place is absolutely rocking...McCain is on fire at 1 AM. McCain has stamina...unreal...the Cuban-American population is erupting every 45 seconds. They booed loudly when John McCain said that Obama would sit down with Hugo Chavez and the Castro bros."


Wild Thing's comment..........

I am so glad McCain and Sarah jumped on this about coal. It is down to the wire and if this had been brought up months ago it would have given Obama lots of time to come up with excuse after excuse. Now he can't do that, oh he can make a statement but nothing like he could have done if this had come up say 3 months ago.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:48 AM | Comments (7)

Intimidation by ObamaNation

Intimidation by ObamaNation

by Mark Hillman


Barack Obama says Republicans "are going to try to make you afraid of me." Well, it's hard to imagine how the GOP could conjure up a more fearsome specter of an Obama presidency than the one created by the tactics of his own campaign.

Responding to those who dare commit blasphemy against The One, Obama's campaign has unleashed lawsuits and urged prosecution by no less than the Justice Department, enlisted elected officials to threaten and intimidate his foes, and deployed its vast internet e-mail list to silence bloggers and radio talk shows.

In Missouri, Obama allies, from a U.S. Senator to a local sheriff, threatened criminal proceedings against television stations that air anti-Obama commercials. Such "police state tactics" prompted Gov. Matt Blunt to charge Obama's campaign with "abusing the justice system and offices of public trust to silence political criticism."

ObamaNation used the same strategy against the National Rifle Association when its political fund released ads to educate gun owners about Obama's hostile record. Bob Bauer, attorney for the Obama campaign, urged cable and television stations in Pennsylvania to "immediately cease" airing the NRA's ads, because the campaign determined they were "false, misleading and deceptive."


Similarly, Bauer pressured the U.S. Justice Department to prosecute the non-profit American Issues Project and one of its donors over an advertising campaign that exposed Obama's alliances with domestic terrorist-turned-university professor William Ayers who has reflected, "I don't regret setting bombs...I feel we didn't do enough."

The Obama campaign also dispatched its thought police to silence the free speech rights of opponents on radio and internet.

First aimed at internet blogs supporting Hillary Clinton, Obama supporters swamp certain unfriendly blogs with "spam" complaints. When those complaints reach a threshold, Google's Blogger platform renders the blog inoperable. Bloggers must then wait for Google to make an individual determination whether or not each accused blog is legitimate.

A more sinister intimidation befell journalists probing Obama's background in Chicago politics, as well as radio stations that provided a platform for those reports. The Chicago Tribune reported that Obama's campaign used its database "listing contact information for millions of people" not only for raising money but "to beat back media messages it does not like."

Milt Rosenberg, a longtime talk show host on Chicago's WGN radio interviewed two prominent Obama critics, author David Freddoso and professor Stanley Kurtz. Freddoso's The Case Against Barack Obama is a best-seller that unflatteringly examines Obama's career, while Kurtz fought the University of Illinois to gain access to files documenting activities involving Obama and Ayers.

In both cases, Rosenberg specifically invited Obama's campaign to participate. Obama's camp not only refused, but it dispatched an e-mail alert instructing compliant Obamabots to bombard the radio switchboard and e-mail in order to fill the lines with scripted callers and block out other voices.

Even liberal commentator Andrew Sullivan called the Obama tactics "a disgraceful attempt to intimidate journalists trying to get at the facts."

If other slimy strategies fail, Obama critics are subjected to the nuclear option ‹ the race card ‹ often by a reliably hypersensitive, sycophantic media.

Associated Press "analyst" Douglass Daniel tied himself in knots explaining how Sarah Palin's comment about Obama "palling around" with terrorists ‹ again referring to Ayers and his wife, both of whom are white ‹ "carried a racially tinged subtext."

Remember, too, the supposed racial overtones ascribed to McCain's ad comparing the accomplishment-free Obama to similarly-credentialed starlets Paris Hilton and Britney Spears ‹ again, both white.

Mentioning Obama's accounts of his own use of marijuana or cocaine is off limits because that's racist, too. And, of course, to vote for someone other than Obama is the telltale sign of racism.

If this is the treatment Obama's critics receive now ­ when he's merely a freshman senator from Illinois ­ there's plenty to fear from an Obama presidency.


Wild Thing's comment..........

In addition to what the article listed, Obama's zealots have also been known to hack into Sarah Palin's private email and threaten a Jewish group with tax trouble unless they disinvited her from their protest rally against Ahmadinejad at the UN.

Then there is Joe the Plumber, that not only made us sick and outraged it also made many democrats mad as well.

Imagine this man with control of the ENTIRE executive branch of the most powerful country in the world: That includes the Justice Department (FBI, U.S. Attorneys, etc.) the IRS, the military, the National Guards of the 57 ( Obama's count of how many States we have) states, and all the rest!

Remember how Obama treated Joe Lieberman on the floor of the Senate?

......during a Senate vote Wednesday, Obama dragged Lieberman by the hand to a far corner of the Senate chamber and engaged in what appeared to reporters in the gallery as an intense, three-minute conversation. While it was unclear what the two were discussing, the body language suggested that Obama was trying to convince Lieberman of something and his stance appeared slightly intimidating. Using forceful, but not angry, hand gestures, Obama literally backed up Lieberman against the wall, leaned in very close at times, and appeared to be trying to dominate the conversation, as the two talked over each other in a few instances.

It’s positively terrifying.

Continued prayers that Obama does not win.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:47 AM | Comments (11)

Sean Hannity Talks About Obama's Plan For Coal Industry

With Obama's plan about the Coal Industry he plans to put over 100K+ people out of work and raise the cost of living for all of us.

Video is of Sean Hannity speaking about this last night.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:40 AM

November 02, 2008

Communist Obama Tells SF Chronicle He Will Bankrupt Coal Industry


Obama Tells SF Chronicle He Will Bankrupt Coal Industry


Imagine if John McCain had whispered somewhere that he was willing to bankrupt a major industry? Would this declaration not immediately be front page news? Well, Barack Obama actually flat out told the San Francisco Chronicle (SF Gate) that he was willing to see the coal industry go bankrupt in a January 17, 2008 interview. The result? Nothing. This audio interview has been hidden from the public...until now. Here is the transcript of Obama's statement about bankrupting the coal industry (emphasis mine):

Let me sort of describe my overall policy.

What I've said is that we would put a cap and trade system in place that is as aggressive, if not more aggressive, than anybody else's out there.

I was the first to call for a 100% auction on the cap and trade system, which means that every unit of carbon or greenhouse gases emitted would be charged to the polluter. That will create a market in which whatever technologies are out there that are being presented, whatever power plants that are being built, that they would have to meet the rigors of that market and the ratcheted down caps that are being placed, imposed every year.

So if somebody wants to build a coal-powered plant, they can; it's just that it will bankrupt them because they're going to be charged a huge sum for all that greenhouse gas that's being emitted.

Obama/Joe Biden "No Coal Plants Here in America"

Wild Thing's comment.........

I have sooo had it with this POS Barack Hussein Obama.

McCain plans to build at least 40 Nuclear power plants. Obamas against that too.

B.Hussein Obama will BANKRUPT the COAL INDUSTRY, but the Marine Industry, Automobile Industry, the RV industry, the retail industry, the online retail industry and 100% of the other industry segments. It also effects the railroad industry...they are the main haulers of coal!...Ripple effect...drip, drip!!!


phone: (703) 418-2008



United Mine Workers site is against McCain.


Please e-mail this story to anyone you know who lives in a coal-producing state (especially Penn., Ohio, Virginia...).

Less than 48 hours!!! One final push to save the U.S.A.!

....Thank you Les for sending this to me.

Also at these Blogs:

* Stop the ACLU

* Boudica Blog ( this is Bob's blog)

Posted by Wild Thing at 06:14 PM | Comments (5)

Obama: Spike Energy Costs To Make People Go 'green'

Obama: Spike energy costs to make people go 'green'

2007 interview: Proposes government create 'price signals' to control behavior


By Drew Zahn

JOHNSTON, Iowa – In a recently publicized video from the Democratic primaries, Sen. Barack Obama said the government should drive energy bills up through "price signals" in order to force Americans into more environmentally friendly choices.

In the Nov. 9, 2007, interview on Iowa Public Television's "Iowa Press," Obama said Americans like driving SUVs and leaving the lights on, but since "it is undisputable that the climate is getting warmer," consumers would have to change their habits.

When asked what would make consumers change, Obama said government-created "price signals" would make people more mindful of energy costs and compel them to start changing light bulbs and turning off light switches.

Associated Press reporter Mike Glover asked, "How do you convince people to change their lifestyle, to live differently?"

Obama's answer, viewable in the video below, was, "I think it is important for us to send some price signals to change behavior. You know, if electricity goes up, people start becoming more mindful of their electricity bill."

When Des Moines Register reporter David Yepsen asked Obama what part of his campaign Americans may not like to hear, the candidate returned to the theme of price signals.

"Number one, we're going to have to start doing a better job of conserving on energy," Obama said. "Americans like to drive their big SUVs. They like to leave all the lights on in their house. We're going to have to change our habits."

He then clarified how the government could implement the kind price signals that change consumer habits.

"We're going to have to cap the emission of greenhouse gases," Obama said. "That means that power plants are going to have to adjust how they generate power. They will pass on those costs to consumers. … A lot of us who can afford it are going to have to pay more per unit of electricity, and that means we're going to have to change our light bulbs, we're going to have to shut the lights off in our houses."


Wild Thing's comment..........

Sorry but WTF??!!

Barack Hussein Obama literally will destroy our economy, our industries just to make our country into HIS WAY OR NO WAY.

Please God this man cannot become President!!!!!!!!!

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:47 PM | Comments (4)

Obama: 'We Will Change The World'

From Obama's campaign website

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Barack Obama has promised to "change the world" if he is elected US President. Skip related content


At a rally in Henderson, Nevada, he warned his supporters against complacency.

"At this defining moment in history, you can give the country the change we need," he said.

Sky News' Michelle Clifford, who was at the rally, said Mr Obama was trying to leave nothing to chance.

"He'll be using every ounce of his resources to get the vote out," she said.

Communist Party USA (CPUSA) 2008 Electoral Policy

The Communist Party USA views the 2008 elections as a tremendous opportunity to defeat the policies of the right-wing Republicans and to move our country in a new progressive direction.

The record turnout in the Democratic Presidential primary races shows that millions of voters, including millions of new voters, are using this election to bring about real change. We wholeheartedly agree with them.

CPUSA endorsing the Obamamessiah for President — shocker — even though he isn’t quite the perfect little Communist.

Here is the page at their website that states this below:

"Barack Obama is not a left candidate. This fact has seemingly surprised a number of progressive people who are bemoaning Obama’s “shift to the center.”

But they will not dampen the wide and deep enthusiasm for blocking a third Bush term represented by John McCain, or for bringing Obama by landslide into the White House with a large Democratic congressional majority.
A broad multiclass, multiracial movement is converging around Obama’s “Hope, change and unity” campaign because they see in it the thrilling opportunity to end 30 years of ultra-right rule and move our nation forward with a broadly progressive agenda.


Wild Thing's comment.........

Obama also said this the other day, that we were only five days away from fundamentally and drastically changing this nation.

He means it.

There was an article that was written in September. I just saw it and wanted to point this out. Important read below.

But let us now forget one thing, he has NOT won this battle, and we are a mighty force!!


Barack Obama and Michelle's Boot Camps For Radicals

Investors Business Daily


Barack Obama was a founding member of the board of Public Allies in 1992, resigning before his wife became executive director of the Chicago chapter of Public Allies in 1993. Obama plans to use the nonprofit group, which he features on his campaign Web site, as the model for a national service corps. He calls his Orwellian program, "Universal Voluntary Public Service."

Big Brother had nothing on the Obamas. They plan to herd American youth into government-funded reeducation camps where they'll be brainwashed into thinking America is a racist, oppressive place in need of "social change."

The pitch Public Allies makes on its Web site doesn't seem all that radical. It promises to place young adults (18-30) in paid one-year "community leadership" positions with nonprofit or government agencies. They'll also be required to attend weekly training workshops and three retreats.

In exchange, they'll get a monthly stipend of up to $1,800, plus paid health and child care. They also get a post-service education award of $4,725 that can be used to pay off past student loans or fund future education.

But its real mission is to radicalize American youth and use them to bring about "social change" through threats, pressure, tension and confrontation — the tactics used by the father of community organizing, Saul "The Red" Alinsky.

"Our alumni are more than twice as likely as 18-34 year olds to . . . engage in protest activities," Public Allies boasts in a document found with its tax filings. It has already deployed an army of 2,200 community organizers like Obama to agitate for "justice" and "equality" in his hometown of Chicago and other U.S. cities, including Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, New York, Phoenix, Pittsburgh and Washington. "I get to practice being an activist," and get paid for it, gushed Cincinnati recruit Amy Vincent.

The Obamas discourage work in the private sector. "Don't go into corporate America," Michelle has exhorted youth. "Work for the community. Be social workers." Shun the "money culture," Barack added. "Individual salvation depends on collective salvation."

"If you commit to serving your community," he pledged in his Denver acceptance speech, "we will make sure you can afford a college education." So, go through government to go to college, and then go back into government.

Not all the recruits appreciate the PC indoctrination. "It was too touchy-feely," said Nelly Nieblas, 29, of the 2005 Los Angeles class. "It's a lot of talk about race, a lot of talk about sexism, a lot of talk about homophobia, talk about -isms and phobias."

One of those -isms is "heterosexism," which a Public Allies training seminar in Chicago describes as a negative byproduct of "capitalism, white supremacy, patriarchy and male-dominated privilege."

The government now funds about half of Public Allies' expenses through Clinton's AmeriCorps. Obama wants to fully fund it and expand it into a national program that some see costing $500 billion. "We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded" as the military, he said.

The gall of it: The Obamas want to create a boot camp for radicals who hate the military — and stick American taxpayers with the bill.

....Thank you Jack for sending this to me.

Jack has a wonderful blog......... Conservative Insurgent

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:55 AM | Comments (10)

Al-Qaida Sites Show Support For Barack Hussein Obama

Al-Qaida sites show support for Obama

Monitor says terrorists wants Democrat to pull troops so they can 'claim victory'


The call this week by an al-Qaida leader for Allah to "humiliate" President Bush and the Republican Party in Tuesday's election was not the first tacit endorsement of Democrat Barack Obama by the terrorist network.

A contributor to a major al-Qaida website last week said the terrorist group will "let the Democrats win the presidential elections, and Obama will take it," according to Joseph Shahda, an Arabic translator who monitors radical Islamic websites.

Obama's "goal is to withdraw from Iraq" over a period of time, but "he will be forced to withdraw his forces from Iraq at a much earlier time," said the Oct. 23 post, written under the name "Wissam" on the Al-Hesbah website.

They called for launching a "crushing strike" after the election.

Shahda explained that all al-Qaida press releases, videos, audios and speeches are first posted on the terrorist forums.

Shahda said al-Qaida will let Democrats win, there have been previous comments on al-Qaida-linked Internet forums speaking in favor of Obama that the media has not covered.

Wild Thing's comment.........

We knew this already but now we have it in print. The terrorists know McCain would go after them and Obama would not. Just as Bill Clinton did nothing really after the first attack on the World Trade Center during his Presidency.

How could Obama go after people that he has so much in common with. Haters of America, haters of our military, wants to weaken the United States, wants to destroy our Consitution, and the list goes on. Yes they have a lot in common.

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We the People ~ "Stand up, Stand Up Fight"

We didn't land on the moon because someone did it for us.

American atheletes win gold medals because of hard work, not because the government has had them training since childhood.

We didn't let evil take over the world in World War II.

America is a great country based on hard work and principles laid out by our founding fathers.

It's time to Stand up and Fight for them. We the People have a choice.

The day we lose our will to fight is the day we lose our FREEDOOM!


True Americans respond across the greatest country in the world, the United States of America!
Let's look at some of US, we the people, you and I in spirit, we are many, and strong and determined. We know what our freedom has cost and the sacrifices so many gave to bring us our freedom and to keep us free. -- Wild Thing .....Photos are from various rallies.


Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, center, poses for a group photo with fire fighters from Engine Company 10, Ladder Company 10 at their firehouse next to the World Trade Center site, Thursday, Sept. 25, 2008 in New York.

Todd Palin, husband of Republican vice-presidential candidate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, tailgates outside Beaver Stadium before college football action between Penn State and Michigan in State College, Pa., Saturday, Oct. 18, 2008.

Singer Aaron Tippin

Country singer Aaron Tippin performs before a rally for Republican vice presidential candidate Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008, in Des Moines, Iowa.

Lance Armstrong

Michael Steele

Singer Lee Greenwood

An effigy of U.S. vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin, accompanied by presidential candidate Barack Obama, is unveiled by designer Mark Oldroyd ahead of a bonfire night celebration in Battle, England, Saturday Nov. 1, 2008. Six weeks of intricate work have gone in to creating the 12ft-tall papier mache figure.


Mike Ditka introduces Gov. Sarah Palin at Rally in PA.

Former Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka shows his Super Bowl ring to Republican vice presidential candidate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin prior to Palin addressing supporters at Arnold Palmer Regional Airport in Latrobe, Pa., Friday, October 31, 2008.


Hank Williams Jr. sings The Star-Spangled Banner as Republican vice presidential candidate Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and her husband Todd watch as they take the stage for a rally Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2008, in Jeffersonville, Ind.


Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger campaigning with John McCain and Sarah Palin in Columbus, Ohio


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November 01, 2008


The Washington Times reported Friday that they were notified of the Obama campaign’s decision Thursday evening — even though the paper has covered Obama from the start.

"This feels like the journalistic equivalent of redistributing the wealth, we spent hundreds of thousands of dollars covering Senator Obama’s campaign, traveling on his plane, and taking our turn in the reporter’s pool, only to have our seat given away to someone else in the last days of the campaign,” said Washington Times Executive Editor John Solomon.
“I hope the candidate that promises to unite America isn’t using a litmus test to determine who gets to cover his campaign.”


The Obama campaign has decided to heave out three newspapers from its plane for the final days of its blitz across battleground states — and all three endorsed Sen. John McCain for president!

The NY POST, WASHINGTON TIMES and DALLAS MORNING NEWS have all been told to vamoose by Sunday to make room for network bigwigs — and possibly for the inclusion of reporters from two black magazines, ESSENCE and JET, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned.

Despite pleas from top editors of the three newspapers that have covered the campaign for months at extraordinary cost, the Obama campaign says their reporters — and possibly others — will have to vacate their coveted seats so more power players can document the final days of Sen. Barack Obama’s historic campaign to become the first black American president.

After a week of quiet but desperate behind-the-scenes negotiations, the reporters of the three papers heard last night that they were definitely off for the final swing. They are already planning how to cover the final days by flying commercial or driving from event to event.

Wild Thing's comment.........

These three newspapers did not endorse Obama, they endorsed McCain/Palin.

The Truth Squad in MO. and PA.
Florida TV station was banned
PA TV station was banned
Joe the Plumber was investigated

The ‘Change’ is starting. All the people on the left that support FREEDOM OF SPEECH better wake and see what is going on. When Obama doesn’t like what is being said about him he freezes them out in all directions. He has 90% of the media on his side but that is still not good enough.

Obama and his Gestapo and it all began during the Primary stealing votes from Hillary with the help of the DNC and has not stopped since.

They said on FOX that the three replacing these newspapers listed in the article will be BET ( Black Entertainment Television), Essence ( Black magazine) and Ebony ( another black magazine).

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Obama's New Attack on Those Who Don't Want Higher Taxes: ‘Selfishness’

Obama's New Attack on Those Who Don't Want Higher Taxes: ‘Selfishness’

abc news

On the stump this week, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., has pushed back against Sen. John McCain's description of his tax policies.

"The reason that we want to do this, change our tax code, is not because I have anything against the rich," Obama said in Sarasota, Fla., yesterday. "I love rich people! I want all of you to be rich. Go for it. That’s the American dream, that’s the American way, that’s terrific.
"The point is, though, that -- and it’s not just charity, it’s not just that I want to help the middle class and working people who are trying to get in the middle class -- it’s that when we actually make sure that everybody’s got a shot – when young people can all go to college, when everybody’s got decent health care, when everybody’s got a little more money at the end of the month – then guess what? Everybody starts spending that money, they decide maybe I can afford a new car, maybe I can afford a computer for my child. They can buy the products and services that businesses are selling and everybody is better off. All boats rise. That’s what happened in the 1990s, that’s what we need to restore. And that’s what I’m gonna do as president of the United States of America.

"John McCain and Sarah Palin they call this socialistic," Obama continued. "You know I don’t know when, when they decided they wanted to make a virtue out of selfishness."


Wild Thing's comment.........

He won't produce his birth certificate, he cries and whines when anyone asks him tuff questions. He can't handle any kind of person or comment that disagrees with him so much that he has not only one webpage for what he calls attacks, but also another page for his followers to turn people in that say or do things from McCain/Palin campaign that make phone calls or send out mailers telling the truth about Obama.

He has never served in our military and made any kind of sacrifices like all of those who serve in our military do.

His relatives keep popping up in places that show all of us Obama could care less about any of them except for his terrorist cousin he flew to see and help with his campaign on our tax dollars.

AND HE CALLS John AND Sarah SELFISH????? Or anyone that does not like his plan and disagree with him.

HERE is what UNselfish is Barack Hussein Obama!!

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Supreme Court Asked To Halt Tuesday's Vote

Supremes asked to halt Tuesday's vote

Constitutional crisis feared over Obama's 'qualifications'


The U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to help the nation avoid a constitutional crisis by halting Tuesday's election until Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama documents his eligibility to run for the top office in the nation.

Democratic attorney Philip Berg had filed a lawsuit alleging Obama is ineligible to be president because of possible birth in Kenya, but as WND reported, a federal judge dismissed the complaint claiming Berg lacks standing to bring the action.

The 34-page memorandum that accompanied the court order from Judge R. Barclay Surrick concluded ordinary citizens can't sue to ensure that a presidential candidate actually meets the constitutional requirements of the office.

Instead, Surrick said Congress could determine "that citizens, voters, or party members should police the Constitution's eligibility requirements for the Presidency," but that it would take new laws to grant individual citizens that ability.
"Until that time," Surrick says, "voters do not have standing to bring the sort of challenge that Plaintiff attempts to bring."
In a statement today, Berg said he is applying to Justice David Souter for an "Immediate Injunction to Stay the Presidential Election of November 4, 2008."
"I am hopeful that the U.S. Supreme Court will grant the injunction pending a review of this case to avoid a constitutional crisis by insisting that Obama produce certified documentation that he is or is not a "natural born" citizen and if he cannot produce documentation that Obama be removed from the ballot for president," Berg said.
"We must legally prevent Obama, the unqualified candidate, from taking the office of the presidency of the United States," Berg said.

Wild Thing's comment...........

I would hate to get stuck with Obama and then find out yet another truth about him. The Supreme Court could make it where his birth certificate question has to be answered.

Obama is the one that has made this a big deal by his actions and not doing what he was supposed to do.

The thing is he has got to be an American running for President as it says in the US Constitution. We have the right to know if he is an imposter or not.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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Actress Maria Conchita Alonso Endorses McCain

Today the McCain-Palin campaign announced the endorsement of Maria Conchita Alonso, a Latin American actress who has starred in television and film for three decades. Alonso, who was born in Cuba and raised in Venezuela, recently appeared on CSI: Miami and Desperate Housewives and starred alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger in The Running Man.

"As a Latina and a new American citizen, I believe in this country and its people, and I believe that we need more than just 'change.' We need a leader who can bring about the right kind of change, and John McCain has the experience and judgment necessary to lead us in these uncertain times," Alonso said. "I grew up in Cuba and Venezuela, and I am appalled that Barack Obama apparently wants to emulate the "spread the wealth" economic policies of those countries and negotiate with their leaders. For me the choice is clear, and I believe it is my duty to share my views even though it might not make me popular in Hollywood."

After a successful career in Venezuela as a beauty queen, telenovela star, film actress and singer, Alonso emigrated to the United States from Caracas, Venezuela in 1982. She has appeared in dozens of films and television shows since then and was the first South American star to star on Broadway.

Wild Thing's comment..........

Maria has lived where spread the wealth has been in effect and she knows it does not work. She has been on FOX several times in the past talking about how horrible Hugo Chavez is and also telling off Sean Penn and others how wrong they are do make friends and side with Hugo Chavez.

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Obama The Redistributor, and Plans for Driver's Licenses and Social Security for Illegals

These New TV Ads are coming to us from The National Republican Trust a politixal action committee.

They plan on puting out a lot of ads this weekend on the TV.

The National Republican Trust Political Action Committee (NRT PAC) was formed as an independent organization to help promote American values and support federal candidates for Congress, Senate and the Presidency who share those values.

The NRT is committed to continuing the legacy of Ronald Reagan. As such, the NRT PAC promotes a political vision that includes several core ideas:

* Government is best when it is limited.
* The free enterprise system and entrepreneurship are the cornerstones of America's economic strength.
* Taxes are a necessary evil and should be reduced.
* Our national security protects our economic and political freedoms.
* A strong national defense is the best way to avoid war and deter aggression.
* The American civilization finds its foundation in strong moral and family values.
* Supporters of NRT come from all walks of life. They share one common belief, that America has been a great nation because of her people and their enduring values.

The Staff of The National Republican Trust

Scott Wheeler Executive Director
Scott Wheeler is a former television producer and investigative journalist. As a writer he has focused on domestic and international security issues. Mr. Wheeler has produced seventeen television documentaries and consulted on more than a dozen others. For the past eight years Mr. Wheeler has been on the forefront of the most crucial issues facing national security - from the war zones in Yugoslavia, to the drug fields of South America and following the trails of international arms smugglers to Canada, Europe and the Middle East. Mr. Wheeler is a veteran of the U.S. Army infantry.

Peter Leitner Treasurer
Dr. Leitner formerly worked in the Office of the Secretary of Defense starting with Casper Weinberger up until his retirement under current secretary Robert Gates. He was also a founding professor at the National Center for Biodefense at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va. Dr. Leitner brings 31 years of experience as a high-ranking federal official in a number of national security positions, particularly in the field of technology controls, nonproliferation, biodefense and counterterrorism. He has testified before the U.S. Congress numerous times and holds a doctorate from the University of Southern California and four master's degrees.

Barack Obama: The Redistributor

Obama will spend Trillions of our tax dollars and spread the wealth around!

Obama's Plan: Driver's Licenses for Illegals

Obama Wants Social Security for Illegals


Wild Thing's comment...........

"Always remember that you are Americans, and it is your birthright to dream great dreams in this sweet and blessed land, truly the greatest, freest, strongest nation on Earth." — Ronald Reagan

Welcome to America the land of opportunity er ah handouts. Well Obama is NOT gonig to get his chance to do this becauae with the help of lots of prayer and everyone voting this will never happen.

America has made a call out to all of us, and we will answer with a resounding NO, America is NOT for sale!!!

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Obama Late To Hearings ~ What an Irresponsible Jerk!!


Wild Thing's comment.........

This is a good example of how he disrespects others, there have been many and this is yet another one. On every level this Obama person is NOT qualified to be President of our country.

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October 31, 2008

Obama Voter From Twlight Zone ya think?

Wild Thing's comment...........

Did I miss the memo on this???? LMAO oh my gawd, so Obama she thinks will put gas in her car and pay her mortage? Say what??

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Richardson Lowers Obama's Definition Of The Rich But NY Times Lowers It Too

The Denver Post

This morning, New Mexico governor Bill Richardson, and enthusiastic supporter of Barack Obama, continued the downward ratchet of the level of income at which Barack Obama intends to confiscate income.

Obama started at #250,000, then said $200,000.

Joe Biden then dropped the bar to $150,000 three days ago.

And now, Bill Richardson is telling us that anyone making over $120,000 will be penalized by an Obama administration.

OH but wait...........Look at this too:

For Incomes Below $100,000, a Better Tax Break in Obama’s Plan

New York Times

Independent analyses of the presidential candidates’ tax proposals show that those who make less than $250,000 a year would not see their taxes raised under Senator Barack Obama’s plans. Further, Mr. Obama would generally cut taxes more than Senator John McCain would for households with incomes less than $100,000 a year.

Wild Thing's comment.......

This feels like being at an auction.... like I have seen on TV. hahaha

First Richardson, and now the Tiimes....Do I hear $75,000?

Going, going........

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Obama's Campaign Worker Speaks Out!!

sarah p Says:
October 27, 2008 at 5:04 am

Ok, I want to clear my conscious a little. Hopefully you could make a blog post to help some fellow clinton supporters out.

I work for a campaign and can’t wait for this week to be over.

I was doing it for a job. I was not a fan of any candidate but over time grew to love HRC.

The internal campaign idea is to twist, distort, humiliate and finally dispirit you.

We pay people and organize people to go to all the online sites and “play the part of a clinton or mccain supporter who just switched our support for obama”

We do this to stifle your motivation and to destroy your confidence.

We did this the whole primary and it worked.

Sprinkle in mass vote confusion and it becomes bewildering. Most people lose patience and just give up on their support of a candidate and decide to just block out tv, news, websites, etc.

This surprisingly has had a huge suppressing movement and vote turnout issues.

Next, we infiltrate all the blogs and all the youtube videos and overwhelm the voting, the comments, etc. All to continue this appearance of overwhelming world support.

People makes posts to the effect that the world has “gone mad”

Thats the intention. To make you feel stressed and crazy and feel like the world is ending.

We have also had quite a hand in skewing many many polls, some we couldn’t control as much as we would have liked. But many we have spoiled over. Just enough to make real clear politics look scarey to a mccain supporter. Its worked, alough the goal was to appear 13-15 points ahead.

see, the results have been working. People tend to support a winner, go with the flow, become “sheeple”

The polls are roughly 3-5 points in favor of Barack. Thats due to our inflation of the polls and pulling in the sheeple.

Our donors, are the same people who finance the MSM. Their interests are tied, Barack then tends to come across as teflon. Nothing sticks. And trust, there were meetings with Fox news. The goal was to blunt them as much as possible. Watch Bill Oreilly he has become much more diplomatic and “fair and balanced” and soft. Its because he wants to retain the #1 spot on cable news and to do that he has to have access to the Obama campaign and we worked hard at stringing him a long and keeping him soft for an interview swap. It worked and now he is anticipating more access. So he is playing it still soft.

This is why nothing sticks.

The operation is massive, the goal is to paint a picture that is that of a winner, regardless of the results.

There is no true inauguration draft or true grant park construction going on. There will be a party, but we are boasting beyond the truth to make it seem like the election is wrapped up.

Our goal is to continue to make you lose your moral. We worked hard at persuasion and paying off and timing and playing the right political numbers to get key republican endorsements to make it seem even more like it was over and the world was coming to an end for you all.

There is a huge staff of people working around the clock, watching every site, blogs, etc. We flood these sites. We have had a goal to overwhelm.

The truth is here. I could go on and on, but you get the picture.

I am saying this because I know HRC was better for the country, and now realize this. I was too late by the time I connected to her. To me Barack was just a cool young dude that seemed like a star. I didn’t know him or his policies, but now I understand more than I care to and I realize his interests are more for him, and the DNC and all working like puppets with dean. I always thought a president wanted the better good for the country. The end result I see is everyone dependent on the government, this means more and more people voting for the DNC. This means the future is forever altered. I don’t see this as america, so I am now supporting John Mccain.

Sarah Palin is a huge threat, and our campaign has feared her like you can’t imagine. If it seems unfair how she has been treated, well its because she has had a team working round the clock to make her look like a fool.

this is a big conspiracy and I am so shocked that its not realized.

We released a little blurb the other day that the Obama campaign was already working on reelection and now putting our efforts towards 2012. This was to make it seem like it was above us to continue caring about 2008. Trust me, its a lie. David is very smart, but its a sticky ugly not very truthful kind of intelligence.

Its not over yet, but I think the machine is working. And its a hill to climb.

I will be quitting my post on nov 5th and my vote will be for John Mccain. Fortunately, my position has been a marketing position and I don’t feel I had any part of anything I would feel guilty for. But I look forward to getting out of this as the negativity and environment upsets me.

I wish you all well, and goodluck.

PS my name is not really sarah. but I am a female and I understand your plight.

Wild Thing's comment..........

I am so glad Mark sent this to me. This is exactly the kind of thing in part and in whole that the left has done in past elections but nothing in comparison to what they have been donig in this one. It has become even bigger then the left has ever done before. Maybe because this time they have more funds due to Obama's huge amount of backing from Arabs and other places, like Soros etc. But it is huge and it also explains a lot of what we have been seeing.

....Thank you so much Mark for sending this to me.

Posted by Wild Thing at 03:25 PM | Comments (3)

William Ayers' Forgotten Communist Manifesto: Prairie Fire

William Ayers' forgotten communist manifesto: Prairie Fire


I recommend going to this site and reading the page. It is a quick read, even though it hs a lot of information.

Ann Coulter on Hannity & Colmes discussing about Obama's radical associations and friends and how the media covers for Obama.

Hannity Reveals Shocking Connection between Ayers and Obama

Obama's friend Bill Ayers and his wife wrote a book dedicated to the man who shot and killed Robert Kennedy... the same friend who held fundraisers for Obama a few years ago.

The American people that voted for Obama should be rounded up and imprisoned for putting the country in danger like this. This is a communist takeover of America.

Wild Thing's comment..........

Shaking my head...... never ever in my life, could I have imagined someone like Barack Hussein Obama would be a Senator and then be allowed to run for President. Being part black has nothing to do with it. Obama is a communist and his associations mark him as an enemy of our country.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:50 AM | Comments (6)

Obama's Anti-Israel Islamic Pals

Obama's Anti-Israel Islamic Pals

Israel National News

by Sammy Benoit

Khalidi is just one of many.

The controversy surrounding Senator Barack Obama's friendship with Rashid Khalidi, and the tape being suppressed by the Los Angeles Times, is overshadowing the important fact that Khalidi is just one of many Israel-hating Islamic characters that Obama has allied himself with.

For example, these people are connected directly to his Senate office or campaign:

* Cynthia K. Miller, treasurer of his Senate campaign, is a member of a member Louis Farrakhan's Nation of Islam.

* Jennifer Mason, Obama's Director of Constituent Services, is also a member of the Nation of Islam.

* Other Nation of Islam members, including consultant Shakir Muhammad, held important roles in the Obama state Senate campaign.

And they had their influence. When Obama first ran for the US Senate, he gave militant responses to the Chicago Jewish News about Israel. Obama denounced Israel's fence, which he called a "wall" and "barrier to peace." He favored working with Yasser Arafat. When members of the Chicago Jewish community circulated his responses, Obama said that the answers were not his positions, but the work of a low-level intern. He submitted new answers. But that was a lie, an insider says. In fact, they were the work of Obama's Policy Director, Audra Wilson. Moreover, Obama told the insider that he blamed the Mideast conflict on the Jews: "Barack told me that he felt that the Jewish community was too inflexible, and that was why the situation in the Mideast could not be resolved." (Source: Debbie Schlussel)

There are also some "bigger fish" in Obama's Crew of Anti-Israel Friends:

* The Khalid al-Mansour connection: According to former Manhattan Borough president Percy Sutton, Mansour "was raising money for" Obama's expenses at Harvard Law School. Mansour, a Black American (né Don Warden), became adviser to Saudi prince Al-Walid Bin-Talal, CAIR's largest individual donor. Mansour holds standard Islamist views: he absolves the Islamist government in Sudan of sponsoring slavery; he denies a Jewish tie to Jerusalem; and he wrote a booklet titled "Americans Beware! The Zionist Plot Against S. Arabia." (Both Obama and Mansour deny Sutton's account.)

* The Kenny Gamble (also known as Luqman Abdul-Haqq) connection: Gamble, a once-prominent pop music producer, cut the ribbon to the Obama campaign headquarters housed in a South Philadelphia building he owns. Gamble is an Islamist who buys large swaths of real estate to create Muslim-only residential areas. Also, as the self-styled "emir" of the United Muslim Movement, he has many links to Islamist organizations, including CAIR and the Muslim Alliance in North America. (MANA's "emir" is Siraj Wahhaj, an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.)

* The Mazen Asbahi connection: The Obama campaign's first Muslim outreach coordinator resigned after it came to light that he had served on the board of a subsidiary of the Saudi-sponsored North American Islamic Trust with Jamal Said, an unindicted co-conspirator in the 2007 Hamas funding trial. Asbahi has ties to CAIR's Chicago and Detroit offices, to the Islamic Society of North America, yet another unindicted co-conspirator in the Hamas funding trial, and to other Islamist organizations.

* The Minha Husaini connection: The campaign's second Muslim outreach coordinator has an Islamist background, having served as an intern in the Muslim Public Service Network. Immediately upon her appointment by Obama, she met with a group of about 30 Muslims, including such notorious figures as CAIR's Nihad Awad, the Muslim American Society's Mahdi Bray, who has publicly supported Hamas and Hizbullah, and Johari Abdul Malik of the Dar al-Hijrah Mosque in Falls Church, Virginia, who has advised American Muslims: "You can blow up bridges, but you cannot kill people who are innocent on their way to work." (Source: Daniel Pipes) One prominent Palestinian-American will tell you that Obama is hiding his true feelings toward the Jewish State.

So, how can Senator Obama be pro-Israel and have so many anti-Israel buddies? Well, one prominent Palestinian-American will tell you that Obama is hiding his true feelings toward the Jewish State.
Ali Abunimah is a pro-Arab journalist and founder of the Electronic Intifada website. He will tell you that Senator Obama is full of crap when he says that he is pro-Israel: "If disappointing, given his historically close relations to Palestinian-Americans, Obama's about-face is not surprising. He is merely doing what he thinks is necessary to get elected."
Abunimah says that Obama has long been a friend of the Palestinian community, but he knows where the money is. He has changed his position because those in the pro-Israel camp (American Jews?) have the money to get him elected.
So, folks, you see you really don't need the LA Times video to figure out what Senator Obama said at that dinner. It was probably something horribly anti-Israel, like, "Israel has no God-given right to occupy Palestine" or that there's been "genocide against the Palestinian people by Israelis." Either way, it is clear that those who love the Jewish State should not be voting for him next Tuesday.

Wild Thing's comment..........

This is a good article, I know there is a lot around the internet about the protests at the LA Times and when I saw this article I thought it was important to bring these things up as well.

To think Obama would favor Israel and Jews over his Muslim connection and his very close ties to the Nation of Islam is kidding themselves.

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Obama National Anthem

Glenn Beck presents the Obama National Anthem

words sung:

All Hail the Messiah

All hail the messiah Obama! Obama!
The path to the new socialist motherland!
Our savior, our savior Obama! Obama!
The leader more smarter than Lindsay Lohan!
Bow down and praise the One!
Give him your money and your guns!
Give us a country that makes his wife proud!
Lord Barry will heal the bitter ones!
Whites and Clinging to faith and guns!
Hope for the change of the hope of the change!

Wild Thing's comment.........

Remember the rock group The Decemberists that were openers for that rallty Obama had in Portland, where he supposedly had something like 75,000 people attend? That rock group always plays "the old Soviet National anthem" in its entirety before they come on stage. I think that is where Glenn Beck got the idea to make this video. He or whoever did it for him did a good job on it.

Obama's sheep would be more then happy with what is seen in this video. They might even be hoping for it, at least some of them.

......Thank you RAC for sending this video to me.

RAC has a website that is awesome. 336th Assault Helicopter Company

13th Combat Aviation Battalion - 1st Aviation Brigade - Soc Trang, Republic of Vietnam

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:47 AM | Comments (2)

Obama's Spread the Wealth Around


....Thank you Mark, this says it all.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:45 AM

Barack Obama's Plans To Change America

The Plot to Overthrow the United States of America

Barrack Obama has dark plans for this country

When asked recently where Obama plans on getting money for the vast number of plans he has he has said bringing the troops home and not spending the money we are spending on the war. He will rip off our military financially, stop funding them is what I get out of this.

All the other politicians that I can remember they all had a past, friends from childhood, people that spoke up that worked with them, family that actually showed up at the DNC convention or in the news. Obama has had none of this. His family from either side did not come to the convention, and he could have paid their way there is he wanted them there. Even when he went to Hawaii, his wife did not go with him to see his WHITE grandmother, nor did Obama's daughters go to see their grandma. How weird is that.

He was a community organizer and yet have any of us heard from people in his Chicago hood that have come forth to tell us how wonderful Obama was and how he helped them as a community organizer. NONE that I have heard about.

We found out Obama has a brother living in a hut and this week we found out he has an Aunt living in the slums. But Barack and Michelle have enough money to help these relatives if they wanted to. Obama speaks of wanting to help those making less then the middle class income and yet his own relatives live in less then acceptable conditions and he does not extend a hand to help them.

The DNC and their minions react with almost rage when we bring up Ayers like it is no big deal and how wonderful Ayers is now to be a Professor according to them. But Ayers is a Professor of anti-American things and is not doing harmless teaching.

We have seen the many ties Obama has to American hating groups, friends that would be or have been listed to be watched by our government. The Black Panthers, Frank Davis a known communist was on a list by our government and this man was a huge mentor of Obama's.

This video has all of that and more, it is well worth watching and one that really should be sent out to others. The video will have things on it you have already seen but there are also new things and added information.

What Daniel Pipes has to say is VERY interesting it is further into the video.

Video Time: 55 minutes ( but well worth every bit of it to see )

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE VIDEO........The Plot to Overthrow the United States of America

Thank you so much-- Wild Thing




NEW Link I have no idea what happened to their other one.


Abd just in case it is also at the author's website under "Conspiracy Theory Mix":


Posted by Wild Thing at 05:44 AM | Comments (10)

PA Arabs in Gaza Campaigning for Barack Obama

PA Arabs in Gaza Campaigning for Barack Obama


A Palestinian Authority newspaper reported on Sunday that Arab residents of Gaza are randomly calling Americans at home in hopes of persuading them to vote for Democratic candidate Senator Barack Obama in next month's US presidential election.

The article in Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, first noted and translated by Palestinian Media Watch, quotes a young man from the Hamas-controlled Gaza region as saying, "We dial random numbers and try to call people in the United States without knowing their identity or their affiliation...." He reportedly uses "Internet sites that allow making free calls... in order to use them for the campaign supporting Obama."
The Al-Hayat Al-Jadida article said, "Most of the Palestinians feel hatred towards USA, whose administrations have always stood by Israel...." The Gaza-based Obama campaigner, Ibrahim Abu Jayyab, "said that a large number of Palestinians dislike their activity..." Those PA residents "do not see any difference between the American politicians Obama and Republican candidate Sen. John McCain because of the hostility that they feel towards America," the report explained.
"But Abu Jayyab's hope is that their activity will have some impact in support of Obama," according to the newspaper report.

Previous Support From Gaza Abu Jayyab's freelance phone campaign for Obama in the last weeks of the American presidential race has not been the first time the Illinois senator has gotten such help. An Al-Jazeera TV report during the Democratic primaries featured Abu Jayyab as well, when he was busy organizing calls to American voters to persuade them to vote for Obama over then-candidate Sen. Hillary Clinton.

Other types of assistance have also been forthcoming from Gaza. In July of this year, Pamela Geller of the Atlas Shrugs blog revealed documents purporting to show that the Obama campaign received nearly $30,000 from two brothers living in Rafiah, in Hamas-controlled Gaza, during 2007.

Earlier, during an April 2008 interview with WABC radio and WorldNetDaily, Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh's Gaza-based political advisor Ahmed Yousef said, "Actually, we like Mr. Obama. We hope he will win the election and I do believe he is like John Kennedy, great man with great principle."
At the time, McCain commented, "I think it is very clear... why Hamas would not want me to be president of the United States, so if Senator Obama is favored by Hamas, I think people can make judgments accordingly."

Obama campaign spokespeople excoriated McCain and noted repeatedly that Obama has called Hamas a terrorist organization worthy of condemnation. In an interview with The Atlantic shortly thereafter, Obama warned people in the Middle East who were enthusiastic over his candidacy not to be "confused about my unyielding support for Israel's security."

Wild Thing's comment............

I wonder if these are some of the same people over there that were dancing in the streets on September 11, 2001 when we were attacked??!!

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:40 AM | Comments (3)

October 30, 2008

Gun Sales Increase Could Predict Election


We’re utterly fascinated by this.

In 2004, we don’t remember hearing about anyone scared Kerry was going to take their guns away - and we worked Pennsylvania for Kerry (Pittsburgh area). There were a lot of gun shops and firing ranges there, and we never heard anything about people stocking up on guns because they were scared Kerry was going to try to take them away.

Obama is perceived as more liberal than Kerry, and in fact the most liberal Democrat that’s run for president in as long as anyone can remember. Biden as VP makes this the most liberal ticket that Democrats have ever fielded. There is nothing about it that puts the bitter, gun-and-relgion-people-who-are-apathetic-to-those-not-like-them living in Pennsylvania at ease.

Absolutely nothing.

In fact, the thought of Obama becoming president freaks these people out. So much so that they’re stocking up on firearms.

We just don’t see how this can bode well for Obama. These are “Reagan Democrats” and Republicans. They’re Clinton Democrats too. And they recoil at the thought of an Obama administration.

Have you ever heard of anything like this? We checked, and can’t see any evidence of this in past elections — where the Democrat so freaked rural, working class, sportsman types out that they felt compelled to stock up on weapons to protect themselves.

We think this is a piece of a larger puzzle…one that’s becoming much more clear as we inch closer to November 4th:

(1) Democrats like us at HillBuzz are working with Republicans for the first time in our lives to elect John McCain/Sarah Palin because we do not like or trust Obama/Biden.

(2) Hillary Democrats not openly working for McCain are silently voting for him — and voting Republican for the first time in their lives in most cases.

(3) Early voting has not met Obama’s expectations — Republicans are tied or ahead in most states, and nowhere is Obama enjoying blowout advantages he claimed he’d have.

(4) In all states, there is a marked “enthusiasm gap” between support for Obama and support remembered for Kerry in 2004 or Gore in 2000…lack of yard signs, stickers, posters, and excitement to vote for Obama, despite what the media claims.

(5) Gun owners afraid of Obama, and stocking up on weapons because they are that freaked out by the thought of anyone voting for him.

We’d love your thoughts on that last one, as we think it could be a cultural barometer like the Family Circle cookie baking contest or Halloween mask sales — something that shows a large scale cultural like or dislike of a candidate.

All of these anecdotal signs point to a McCain win…with those gun sales being the most fascinating of all.

Because those gun owners are the heart of the country. If Obama hasn’t won them over, and instead seems to have driven them away, screaming, then we just don’t see how he wins.

Wild Thing's comment.........

Well yes, what does the left expect when they nominate a Marxist Barack Hussein Obama. Like the article from Hillary's Buzz says even some Democrats as well don't want their guns taken away and not all of them are as left as Obama, Pelosi, Reid and others pushing the communist, Marxist agenda on our country. Add in all the Democrats that are upset, rightly so about their vote literally being stolen from them by Obama and the DNC.

Look at this below, it is very telling of how people on the left (Democrats) have reacted to Obama as the candidate.

....Thank you 2ndDivisionVet, for the link to this article and the following links and information below as well.

Here’s several millions (minimum) of PUMAs, etc..

Hillary Clinton Supporters For John McCain:

Party Unity My A$$ PAC/People United Means Action PAC:

Democrats Against Obama/Nobama ever!

Just Say No Deal:


Take a look around these sites for a half hour or 45 minutes....(there are hundreds more linked to these, just look for links)

... this is a VERY SHORT, PARTIAL LIST!!!!

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:55 AM | Comments (20)

Obama's Tax Plan - Penn & Teller and Updated with Joe The Plumber

OBAMA's TAX PLAN - Penn & Teller and gang return to comment on Barack Obama's socialist plans to turn the United States into a Marxist wasteland!

If you notice, Barack Obama keeps his distance from the American public and does not let them question him one on one. The few instances he's done it, town hall meetings, have been disastrous and he ends up stuttering a bullshit answer.

Wild Thing's comment........

LOL I love how they make these videos! Wouldn't it be great if someone would slip a video like this in so it shows on a backdrop while Barack Hussein Obama is giving a speech . Oh how I would love that. heh heh

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:50 AM | Comments (8)

Bill Clinton Speaks At Penn State Small Crowd Compared To Gov.Sarah Palin's

Clinton draws 1,500 people in Penn State compared to the 7,000 plus and 1000's that had to be turned away at Gov. Sarah Palin Rally at Penn State.

University Park

Former President Bill Clinton, in his fourth visit to Penn State in 12 years, campaigned for Barack Obama on Wednesday, saying “we need a president who wants to understand.”

How much have we suffered from people who did not want to understand?” he added.

Clinton delivered a 22-minute speech Wednesday afternoon before about 1,500 people — mostly Penn State students — in Rec Hall, where Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin held a rally the night before that drew about 7,000.

Wild Thing's comment.......

YUK, I wouldn't go to hear any speaker that spoke about how I needed understanding for my suffering. He assumes I suppose that his entire audience is sufffff-errr--ing.... Like some horrible soap opera. haha

How boreing and being a Democrat there is no way Clinton could make a person feel positive. Just more of the hope in the air baloney and how awful America is ......to them anyway!

It would be soooo depressing to be a Democrat voting for Obama, how awful life would be if that is all I had to look forward to. A communist wanting to keep me needy to the big ole government.

Posted by Wild Thing at 03:45 AM | Comments (8)

October 29, 2008

BOOM! Obama Speechwriter Switches to McCain

Obama Speechwriter Switches to McCain


Imagine if a speechwriter for John McCain had switched sides and announced she was going to vote for Barack Obama. Would she not be featured bigtime in the mainstream media complete with new thrills running up Chris Matthews leg? Well, this did happen except that it was an Obama speechwriter, Wendy Button, who became disillusioned with The One and switched to supporting McCain.

Here are the highlights of Wendy Button's explanation of why she made the switch:

Since I started writing speeches more than ten years ago, I have always believed in the Democratic Party. Not anymore. Not after the election of 2008. This transformation has been swift and complete and since I’m a woman writing in the election of 2008, “very emotional."
When we first met, Obama and I had a nice conversation about speeches and writing, and at the end of the meeting I handed him a pocket-sized bottle of Grey Poupon mustard so he wouldn’t have to ask staff if it was okay to put it on his hamburger. At the bottom of the bottle was the logo for “The South Beach Diet” and he snapped, “Oh so you read People magazine.” He seemed to think that I was commenting on his bathing suit picture.
I helped with his announcement speech and others. I worked in the Senate when he was in D.C. One day after a hearing on Darfur, we were walking back to the office. I was still hobbling from a very bad ankle injury and in a very kind and gentle way he offered his arm when we approached the stairs. But later in debate preps and phone conversations and meetings, I realized that I had made a mistake. I didn’t belong. No matter how hard I tried, my heart wasn’t in it anymore.
...The final straw came the other week when Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher (a.k.a Joe the Plumber) asked a question about higher taxes for small businesses. Instead of celebrating his aspirations, they were mocked. He wasn’t “a real plumber,” and “They’re fighting for Joe the Hedge-Fund manager,” and the patronizing, “I’ve got nothing but love for Joe the Plumber.”
Having worked in politics, I know that absolutely none of this is on the level. This back and forth is posturing, a charade, and a political game. These lines are what I refer to as “hooker lines”—a sure thing to get applause and the press to scribble as if they’re reporting meaningful news.
As the nation slouches toward disaster, the level of political discourse is unworthy of this moment in history. We have Republicans raising Ayers and Democrats fostering ageism with “erratic” and jokes about Depends. Sexism. Racism. Ageism and maybe some Socialism have all made their ugly cameos in election 2008. It’s not inspiring. Perhaps this is why I found the initial mocking of Joe so offensive and I realized an old line applied: “I didn’t leave the Democratic Party; the Democratic Party left me.”
The party I believed in wouldn’t look down on working people under any circumstance. And Joe the Plumber is right. This is the absolutely worst time to raise taxes on anyone: the rich, the middle class, the poor, small businesses and corporations.
...Not only has this party belittled working people in this campaign from Joe the Plumber to the bitter comments, it has also been part of tearing down two female candidates. At first, certain Democrats and the press called Senator Clinton “dishonest.” They went after her cleavage. They said her experience as First Lady consisted of having tea parties. There was no outrage over “Bros before Hoes” or “Iron My Shirt.” Did Senator Clinton make mistakes? Of course. She’s human.
But here we are about a week out and it’s déjà vu all over again. Really, front-page news is how the Republican National Committee paid for Governor Sarah Palin’s wardrobe? Where’s the op-ed about how Obama tucks in his shirt when he plays basketball or how Senator Biden buttons the top button on his golf shirt?
...Governor Palin and I don’t agree on a lot of things, mostly social issues. But I have grown to appreciate the Governor. I was one of those initial skeptics and would laugh at the pictures. Not anymore. When someone takes on a corrupt political machine and a sitting governor, that is not done by someone with a low I.Q. or a moral core made of tissue paper. When someone fights her way to get scholarships and work her way through college even in a jagged line, that shows determination and humility you can’t learn from reading Reinhold Niebuhr. When a mother brings her son with special needs onto the national stage with love, honesty, and pride, that gives hope to families like mine as my older brother lives with a mental disability. And when someone can sit on a stage during the Sarah Palin rap on Saturday Night Live, put her hands in the air and watch someone in a moose costume get shot—that’s a sign of both humor and humanity.
Has she made mistakes? Of course, she’s human too. But the attention paid to her mistakes has been unprecedented compared to Senator Obama’s “57 states” remarks or Senator Biden using a version of the Samuel Johnson quote, “There’s nothing like a hanging in the morning to focus a man’s thoughts.”
...I was dead wrong about the surge and thought it would be a disaster. Senator John McCain led when many of us were ready to quit. Yet we march on as if nothing has changed, wedded to an old plan, and that too is a long way from the Democratic Party.
I can no longer justify what this party has done and can’t dismiss the treatment of women and working people as just part of the new kind of politics. It’s wrong and someone has to say that. And also say that the Democratic Party’s talking points—that Senator John McCain is just four more years of the same and that he’s President Bush—are now just hooker lines that fit a very effective and perhaps wave-winning political argument…doesn’t mean they’re true. After all, he is the only one who’s worked in a bipartisan way on big challenges.

Wild Thing's comment.......

Oh my gosh this is huge. Now we wait and see if the media will pick up on this. Tapping my foot........hahahaha well nothing from CNN yet. haahaha

I bet FOX will cover this later today if they haven't done it so far.

This woman could have just simply left the Obama campaign so for her to speak out and switch like this is awesome. I like the way she broke it down in her reasons for getting fed up with Obama and his camp.

Posted by Wild Thing at 12:55 PM | Comments (6)

Obama Accepting Untraceable Donations

Obama Accepting Untraceable Donations

washington post

By Matthew Mosk

Sen. Barack Obama's presidential campaign is allowing donors to use largely untraceable prepaid credit cards that could potentially be used to evade limits on how much an individual is legally allowed to give or to mask a contributor's identity, campaign officials confirmed.

Faced with a huge influx of donations over the Internet, the campaign has also chosen not to use basic security measures to prevent potentially illegal or anonymous contributions from flowing into its accounts, aides acknowledged. Instead, the campaign is scrutinizing its books for improper donations after the money has been deposited.

The Obama organization said its extensive review has ensured that the campaign has refunded any improper contributions, and noted that Federal Election Commission rules do not require front-end screening of donations.

In recent weeks, questionable contributions have created headaches for Obama's accounting team as it has tried to explain why campaign finance filings have included itemized donations from individuals using fake names, such as Es Esh or Doodad Pro. Those revelations prompted conservative bloggers to further test Obama's finance vetting by giving money using the kind of prepaid cards that can be bought at a drugstore and cannot be traced to a donor.

The problem with such cards, campaign finance lawyers said, is that they make it impossible to tell whether foreign nationals, donors who have exceeded the limits, government contractors or others who are barred from giving to a federal campaign are making contributions.

"They have opened the floodgates to all this money coming in," said Sean Cairncross, chief counsel to the Republican National Committee. "I think they've made the determination that whatever money they have to refund on the back end doesn't outweigh the benefit of taking all this money upfront."

The Obama campaign has shattered presidential fundraising records, in part by capitalizing on the ease of online giving. Of the $150 million the senator from Illinois raised in September, nearly $100 million came in over the Internet.

The Obama team's disclosures came in response to questions from The Washington Post about the case of Mary T. Biskup, a retired insurance manager from Manchester, Mo., who turned up on Obama's FEC reports as having donated $174,800 to the campaign. Contributors are limited to giving $2,300 for the general election.

Biskup, who had scores of Obama contributions attributed to her, said in an interview that she never donated to the candidate. "That's an error," she said. Moreover, she added, her credit card was never billed for the donations, meaning someone appropriated her name and made the contributions with another card.

When asked whether the campaign takes steps to verify whether a donor's name matches the name on the credit card used to make a payment, Obama's campaign replied in an e-mail: "Name-matching is not a standard check conducted or made available in the credit card processing industry. We believe Visa and MasterCard do not even have the ability to do this.

Wild Thing's comment......

This is another reason why the left does not like the Patriotic Act.

My guess is that Obama knows most of his contributions are illegal and he could care less. He does not have to be accountable on anything so why should he worry. Demcorats are the party of not having to be accountable.

This was on FOX this morning. They explained that the Obama's campaign does not have AVS turned on for it's credit card processing on donations (AVS = Address Verification Service).

They said a lot, a ton of money was coming in from Europe and all kinds of other placles. Fox went on to list some of the names: Adolf Hilter, Yogi Bear, William Ayers.

....Thank you Lynn for sending this to me.

Posted by Wild Thing at 11:55 AM | Comments (2)

Clinton Appointed Judge Rules Ohio Homeless Voters May List Park Benches As Addresses

Judge rules Ohio homeless voters may list park benches as addresses

The Columbus Dispatch


A federal judge in Ohio has ruled that counties must allow homeless voters to list park benches and other locations that aren't buildings as their addresses.

U.S. District Judge Edmund Sargus also ruled that provisional ballots can't be invalidated because of poll worker errors.

Monday's ruling resolved the final two pieces of a settlement between the Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless and Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner.

The coalition agreed to drop a constitutional challenge to Ohio's voter identification law until after the Nov. 4 election. In return, Brunner and the coalition agreed on procedures to verify provisional ballots across all Ohio counties.

The coalition was concerned that unequal treatment of provisional ballots would disenfranchise some voters.

Wild Thing's comment.........

Due to ACORN and so much voter fraud this is absolutely just ludicrous. It is not about not wanting Americans to vote it is about making sure there is no way for fraud. This opens up a whole mess if they do this. Wouldn't it be better to have the homeless register at a Homeless shelter or a church, that way it can be more accurate and less chance of voting fraud. What the hell kind of address is a park bench!

What address do they use if they are someone that gets a Social security check?? Maybe that address is one they can use. A person is supposed to be able to verify that you are a resident of the state. How can that be verified using a park bench as an address?

This whole voting thing is so corrupt it is starting to lose it's meaning. I know that sounds radical but this voter fraud is really making me feel insecure about my vote, about all of our votes and I don't like it one bit!

I want to win or lose honestly not because a ton of corrupt democrats and ACORN and Judges put the fix in so they win an election. This is America for pete's sake! Damn, democrats!!! They undermine and destroy confidence in the election process. ACORN will now register 139 people per park bench.

What the heck is next, Federal Judge in Ohio Rules Dead Can Still Vote: “They’re still American citizens and have rights. Just because you’re dead doesn’t mean you give up your civil rights. AND they have a known address

Ohio sure wants to elect Barack Hussein Obama!

With all of this happening, this is another reason I am sooo glad the reaction to Gov. Sarah Palin has been so awesome. McCain and Palin are doing great and I am getting a stronger feeling about how we will do every day. Obama is messing up a lot. And there are people out there that have not voted yet and they also must be noticing all this cutting of interviews with TV stations, the $2 Million Biden is having to answer for he got for his family and the 2001 audio tape of Obama which was huge. Just keep praying!!!!!

Information on Judge:
Clinton appointee

Sargus, Edmund A. Jr.
Born 1953 in Wheeling, WV
Federal Judicial Service:
Judge, U. S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
Nominated by William J. Clinton on December 22, 1995, to a seat vacated by Carl Bernard Rubin; Confirmed by the Senate on July 22, 1996, and received commission on August 1, 1996.

And look at this.....................


CLEVELAND - Volunteers supporting Barack Obama picked up hundreds of people at homeless shelters, soup kitchens and drug-rehab centers and drove them to a polling place yesterday on the last day that Ohioans could register and vote on the same day, almost no questions asked.

The huge effort by a pro-Obama group, Vote Today Ohio, takes advantage of a quirk in the state’s elections laws that allows people to register and cast ballots at the same time without having to prove residency.

Republicans have argued that the window could lead to widespread voter fraud because officials wouldn’t have an opportunity to verify registration information before ballots were cast.

Among the volunteers were Yori Stadlin and Vivian Lehrer of the Upper West Side, who got married last week and decided to spend their honeymoon shepherding voters to the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections.

Early today, Stadlin’s van picked up William Woods, 59, at the soup kitchen of the Bishop Cosgrove Center.

“I never voted before,” Woods said, because of a felony conviction that previously barred him from the polls. “Without this service, I would have had no way to get here.”

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:55 AM | Comments (14)

Obama's Stealth Reparations

Obama's Stealth Reparations

FrontPage Magazine

By Paul Sperry

While he was an Illinois state senator, Barack Obama told a Chicago radio show host that he sought "major redistributive change" for the benefit of fellow blacks.

He was speaking in the context of the civil rights movement, and how it had fallen short of "economic justice." Although John McCain and other Republicans are afraid to say it, his remarks can only be interpreted to mean one thing: economic reparations for slavery.

This is yet another example of Obama's lack of candor and deception about his true radical agenda during this campaign, as well as the mainstream media's failure to vet such serious issues and force them out into the open where voters can see them and have a fair chance to evaluate them before they go to the polls.

In 2001, Obama said it's a "tragedy" the Constitution wasn't radically interpreted to force redistribution of wealth for blacks, and it's still an issue of concern for him today. And he suggested he wants to effect "major redistributive change" through legislation.

He complained that during the civil-rights era, "the Supreme Court never ventured into issues of redistribution of wealth" for blacks, and that the Warren Court was not "radical" enough.

"One of the tragedies of the civil-rights movement was there was a tendency to lose track of the political and community organizing activities on the ground that are able to put together the actual coalitions of power through which you bring about redistributive change," he said while serving as a state lawmaker and University of Chicago lecturer. "And in some ways, we still suffer from that."

That was in 2001. Now those coalitions, led by ACORN and other radical urban community organizers, hope to deliver Obama to national power along with a legislative majority working on their behalf.

"Maybe I'm sharing my bias here as a legislator, but I'm not optimistic about bringing about major redistributive change through the courts," he added. "The institution just isn't structured that way."

Obama explained that justices felt uncomfortable forcing school districts to pay the extra expense to make the necessary changes to accommodate their desegregation rulings. They would rather not get involved in issues of direct remuneration. Legislators, on the other hand, would have no such qualms about making people pay.

He said the process of redistributive change and "economic justice" is "administrative and takes a lot of time" -- things that are best left to a federal administration and legislature.

In a separate interview, he said the framers of the Constitution had an "enormous blind spot" regarding slavery -- no argument there. But then he said that the Constitution -- in spite of its subsequent proper amendments giving blacks full citizenship and rights -- still "represents the fundamental flaw of this country that continues to this day."

This echoes what he wrote in his 2006 autobiography about the Constitution being "marred by the original sin of slavery."

Question: Does Obama want to further amend the Constitution in some way? It seems he thinks something is missing, left undone. Does he want to institutionalize reparations somehow? It's a serious question he should be compelled to answer, if he would only give reporters outside his fawning entourage a chance to ask it. (He hasn't held a press conference in over a month.) Remember, Obama was a constitutional lawyer and would know how to get the amendment ratification process started with the right majority in Congress behind such a movement.

Back in August, Barack Obama said Washington shouldn't just offer apologies for slavery, but also "deeds." Don't worry, he said, he wasn't talking about direct reparations.

I wasn't put at ease then, and I'm definitely not now.

"I consistently believe that when it comes to ... reparations," Obama told a gathering of minority journalists, "the most important thing for the U.S. government to do is not just offer words, but offer deeds."
A few days later, he clarified his remarks, saying he was not calling for direct cash payments to descendents of slaves, but rather indirect aid in the form of government programs that will "close the gap" between what he sees as white America and black America.

In other words, stealth reparations.

He says government should offer "universal" programs -- such as universal health care, universal mortgage credits, college tuition, job training and even universal 401(k)s -- that "disproportionately affect people of color."

Obama's 2006 book and Web site outline a plan calling for essentially a government bailout of the inner cities, which he describes as "repositories for all the scars of slavery and violence of Jim Crow."

Among other things, he proposes:

* Doling out federal grants "targeting ex-offenders or substance abusers";
* Subsidizing supermarket chains that relocate to the inner city;
* Creating a "universal 401(k)" in which the government would tax private contributions and match public contributions made into new retirement accounts by low-income families;
* Imposing "goals and timetables for minority hiring" on large corporations whose work forces are deemed too white;
* Ramping up funding for the Community Development Block Grant program, Head Start and HUD public housing subsidies.
* Funding Small Business Administration loans for minority; businesses who train ex-felons, including gangbangers, for the "green jobs" of the future, such as installing extra insulation in homes;
* Doubling the funding for federal after-school programs such as midnight basketball;
* Subsidizing job training, day care, transportation for inner-city poor, as well as doubling the funding of the federal Jobs Access and Reverse Commute program;
* Expanding the eligibility of the earned income tax credit to include more poor, and indexing it to inflation;
* Adopting entire inner-city neighborhoods as wards of the federal government; and
* Spending billions on new inner-city employment programs, including prison-to-work programs.

This is just a down payment on the "economic justice" Obama has promised the NAACP -- financed by "tax laws that restore some balance to the distribution of the nation's wealth," he says in his book.

And the indirect aid he's proposing now could quickly turn into cash transfers once Obama is safely ensconced in the White House -- with perhaps a filibuster-proof majority of Democrats at the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue.

Claiming "blacks were forced into ghettos," Obama is certainly sympathetic to the idea of reparations. His church has actively petitioned for them for decades. And he's strongly suggested there's a legal case to be made for them.
"So many of the disparities that exist in the African-American community today can be directly traced to inequalities passed on from an earlier generation that suffered under the brutal legacy of slavery and Jim Crow," he said. "We still haven't fixed them."

He assumes the economic gap is a legacy of discrimination and largely unrelated to personal responsibility. He also makes it seem things haven't gotten better for blacks, despite statistics showing enormous economic gains and a rising black middle class ("Better isn't good enough," he insists). He also assumes, like his spiritual mentor Rev. Jeremiah Wright, that America is "still run by racism." Obama claims "institutional racism" still exists in America, without offering any evidence that legalized discrimination still remains in this country, even in its most backwater parts.

Another Obama confidante, Rev. Michael Pfleger, has asserted that white people have a moral obligation to surrender their 401(k) funds and other assets, which he suggested properly belong to blacks.

Obama himself has said more needs to be done to "cleanse America of its original sin." He said he cannot "brush aside the magnitude of the injustice done, or erase the ghosts of generations past, or ignore the open wound, the aching spirit, that ails this country still."
"The problems of inner-city poverty arise from our failure to face up to an often tragic past," Obama said.

He also wrote in his recent autobiography that he sympathizes with militant black activists who fear that "white Americans will be let off the hook" for past crimes, such as "a hundred years of lynching under several dozen administrations."

"I understand these fears," Obama said, and agrees that the government has a "responsibility to make things right," suggesting there is at least some legitimacy to militant demands for payback.

In calling for a "new order," he invoked the memory of abolitionists and their "willingness to spill blood and not just words ... that helped force the issue of a nation half slave and half free."

Apparently, Obama is under the delusion such a division still exists in this country, and that radical action must be taken to unshackle blacks from whatever fetters he imagines are holding them back.

"I'm reminded that deliberation and the constitutional order may sometimes be the luxury of the powerful," Obama said. "And that it has sometimes been the cranks, the zealots, the prophets, the agitators and the unreasonable -- in other words the absolutists -- that have fought for a new order." By cranks, zealots and agitators, he is no doubt referring to all the radicals -- from Wright and Pfleger to Frank Marshall Davis and Bill Ayers -- with whom he has surrounded himself.

Just what is this "new order" he and all his absolutist pals have in mind for America? And why keep it such a mystery from voters?

Wild Thing's comment...........

Barack Hussein Obama wants to shred the Constitution, and destroy our Republic.

The lives of brave Americans that fought, were injured and died to stop slavery means nothing to Obama and his ilk. It was not enough, not even close. They keep showing us how it meant nothing to them. So Obama also forgets he is descended himself from slave owners. Hello Obama!

This is as we all know not even a drop in the bucket of what Obama would like to happen.

Socialism is communism and it means the State will run our lives.Obama is stealth alright, he is a stealth Marxist or stealth communist have your pick all bad whichever it is. I sure as heck don't want this, no way. I have been praying so hard Obama does not win.

Obama hates our Constitution because he dismisses it and he doesn't like it, he wants to change it, he doesn't like its limits on government, he looks at that as a problem. The limits of power on government in the Constitution, represents a problem to Obama.

Obama wants to get judges on the bench that will invent law. as Rush Limbaugh explained the other day. I agree, Obama can't just go and change our Constitution he has to do it with Judges messing with it and that will be easy as President, he just has to hand pick Judges that will do it for him.

If you have the time this is soooo good. I wish that each one of you here and those lurking would listen to this. Rush Limbaugh is speaking about ..........

How Did America Become Great?

....Thank you Mark for sending this article to me.

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Pennsylvania Rallies Yesterday With McCain/Palin

Sarah gave three speeches in three different towns and would have given a fourth that got cancelled due to bad weather. God bless her. God blessed us with her.

Palin wows crowd at Shippensburg rally

"Our opponent is not being honest on his tax plan," said Palin.

Palin told the crowd, "Sen. Obama has an ideological commitment to high taxes."

"We have a pro-growth, pro-private sector agenda to get our economy back on track," said Palin.

Report on Governor Palin's Shippensburg Rally from Virginia Ridgerunner

"Shippensburg University, featuring Governor Palin and her husband Todd
There had to have been over 10,000 people show up to support Governor Palin. Inside, they all said the Pledge of Allegiance and the singer asked all the veterans present to raise their hands. There were a couple of hundred of them.
In her speech, Sarah talked about Obama concerning that 2001 interview on Chicago Public Radio in which he laid out his "spread the wealth" ideology and condemned the courts for not being more radical in "distributive change." She really took Barry to the woodshed on that, and then began hitting him hard with one issue after another, especially on taxes. In short, she said that both McCain and herself were committed to across the board tax cuts for everyone, including capital gains taxes and small business taxes.
She also announced that she was firmly behind coal as an energy source, and that she thought it was stupid that we were sending billions of dollars overseas in turn for foreign oil from governments which hate us when we could be spending those billions here developing our own internal energy supplies. Her speech was repeatedly interrupted by chants of "Sarah! Sarah! Sarah!" and "USA! USA! USA!", with regular choruses of boos anytime she brought up Obama's shady plans for the future.



CLICK ON LINK TO SEE THE SIZE OF THE CROWD and video of some of the rally at Hershey,PA


Local Hershey Pennsylvania small businessmen and women lend their support to Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and his running mate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, during a campaign stop on his 'Road to Victory Rally', Tuesday , Oct. 28, 2008, in Hershey, Pa

Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and his running mate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, react to the crowd at a rally at the Giant Center in Hershey, Pa., Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2008.

They cranked up AC/DC "Thunderstruck" as they rolled the Straight Talk Express right into the arena.

Sarah was awesome as usual, and John McCain brought the house down at the end.

This is great Sarah lays into Obama!

McCain Palin Rally Hershey PA 10-28 Part 1

McCain Palin Rally Hershey PA 10-28 Part 2

McCain Palin Rally Hershey PA 10-28 Part 3

I listened to all 4 of these and was pleased to hear McCain laying into Obama which is so needed. We have the truth on our side and it needs to be told how horrible Obama is for our coutnry. --- Wild Thing

McCain Palin Rally Hershey PA 10-28 Part 4

Joyce Haas, vice chairwoman of the Pennsylvania Republican Committee, said organizers of the visit by the Republican vice presidential candidate plan to fill Rec Hall with 7,000 people

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October 28, 2008

PBS Poll Asking If Sarah Palin Is Qualified

PBS has an online poll posted, asking if Sarah Palin is qualified.

Apparently the left wing knew about this in advance and are flooding the voting with NO votes.

The poll will be reported on PBS and picked up by mainstream media. It can influence undecided voter in swing states.

Please do two things -- takes 20 seconds.

1) Click on link and vote YES! I mean if you want to and I hope you do. giggle)

Here's the link:

2) Then send this to every McCain-Palin supporter you know, and urge them to vote and pass it on.
The last thing we need is PBS saying their viewers don't think Sarah Palin is qualified.

.....Thank you Les for sending this to me.

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Another One: Obama/Biden Ban Philadelphia Station

Obama/Biden Ban Philadelphia Station After Tough Interview from any further interviews.

This is a new interview that happened between newscasters at CBS-3 in Philadelphia and Joe Biden. Joe Biden expected to be interviewed about the last Presidential debate and the Phillies. Instead, he got quesitons on how come “spreading wealth around isn’t socialist” and about potential inappropriate spending of campagin donations to his family members law firms and consulting practices.

Wild Thing's comment.........

First it was the station in Florida and now this one in Philly. These local stations are doing the job the main media is to chicken to do or to in love with the socialist/ Marxist's to do.

If Obama wins we can see how easily now he will have state-controlled media.

Kind of risky don't you think to do all this slamming of TV stations before Nov. 4th? Well yes I know since it is Obama he will never be called on it. But even so it is so wrong and he should be ticking people off for doing this. Apparently the media does not stick together all that much.

I feel like one morning I will wake up and all of this will just have been some horrible, sick nightmare.

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Military Ballots Being Rejected in Virginia aka Democrats HATE Our Military!

Fairfax County Registrar Rokey Suleman is disqualifying an overwhelming majority of the military federal write-in absentee ballots received in his county on the basis that no address had been given for those witnessing the voter signatures on the ballots. According to Springfield District Supervisor

Pat Herrity and four former members of the military who held a press conference on Thursday, over 98 percent of these military absentee ballots in Fairfax County are being rejected.

Fairfax Co. Registrar Rokey Suleman. He has decided to reject absentee ballots from American soldiers stationed overseas. In fact, some of the ballots he's not counting are those from military personnel serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Mr. Suleman is using a technicality to throw out hundreds of our brave soldier’s votes. Except that Marc Ambinder reports that the Suleman is getting the technicalities wrong.

Voter disenfranchisement in any form is wrong, but the fact that some are actively seeking to take away the right to vote from the very people that are fighting to defend this fundamental American principal is deplorable.

Furthermore, Suleman is a partisan. He was the founder of the Trumbull, OH Young Democrats. Earlier this year, he ran, and lost, for the Ohio Democratic State Central Committee

“I am getting e-mails from people offering to buy my tombstone,” Fairfax County Registrar Rokey Suleman said Monday about the brewing controversy over his decision to comply with a Virginia law regarding a small class of absentee ballots for next week’s presidential election.

The ballots have fallen victim to the interplay between state and federal law and a rare set of factual circumstances. Federal law allows members of the U.S. military and other voters living overseas to vote in the general election using a federal write-in absentee ballot. The problem has been caused by the fact that when a Virginia voter decides to use the federal write-in absentee ballot both as a ballot to cast a vote and as an absentee ballot application, a separate Virginia law requires that the paperwork submitted by the voter include the address of the person acting as a witness for the voter.

But here’s the issue: neither the federal absentee write-in ballot itself nor its instructions mentions Virginia’s requirement that the witness’s address be included. In fact, the ballot form doesn’t even have a space to write down the witness address which Virginia requires.

You can tell Rokey Suleman to honor our American soldiers and count their votes.

Rokey Suleman
Fairfax County General Registrar

Wild Thing's comment........

This is yet one more trick they pull toss military ballots - but round up the homeless and felons and make sure THEIR votes count.

Only democrats would disenfranchise our military. They are disgraceful.

It is NOT the Republicans that keep the military from voting, NOT the Republicans that protest our military!!!!

We CANNOT let this happen again!!! Our brave military personnel more than anyone else deserve to have their voting rights protected.

Don't mess with our military!!!!!!!!!!! This has happened TOO MANY TIMES, for TOO MANY YEARS!!!!!!!!

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

* Erick Erickson of Red State.com

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Rep. Barney Frank Calls For 25% Cut In Military Spending

Barny Frank vows to Disassemble the US Military

Wild Thing's comment...........

This is what they did during the Vietnam War and then Reagan had to rebuild our military. Then Clinton made cuts in it and now the democrats once again want to make more cuts and less funding. A person would have to be deaf, dumb and blind not to see that DEMOCRATS hate and loath our military!!!

Thinking daisy cutter might be a nice gift to happen to............. well I am only thinking it and it does put a smile on my face. heh heh

Obama civilian national security force.

We cannot continue to rely on our military in order to achieve the national security objectives we've set. We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded."


....Thank you Les for sending the information to me.

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Tito The Builder Introduces Gov. Sarah Palin

Wild Thing's comment..........

I loved when Tito yelled “I was born in Columbia, but I was made in the US” at Woodbridge, VA rally a couple weeks ago. He knows he does not want the USA to go socialist, communist/ Marxist.
How soon the democrats have forgotten why they family came to this country especially if they came from a communist country.

Nicholas told me one time when he was visiting home from the Navy, they were sitting at the dining room table and one of his Uncles started to talk about Communism. Nicholas Dad the man's brother stood up and told his brother off and said.....

" I came here to come to a free country, one that had no communism or socialism and you speak to me about how GREAT communism is? Leave now and never let your feet cross my doorway or shut up and never speak to me of such things again."

Nicholas said his Uncle sat there and did not say one more word.

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October 27, 2008

God Bless Megyn Kelly!! She Is One Of My Heroes!

Obama's Bill Burton Gets Beaten Up By Megyn Kelly

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Obama " Redistribution of Wealth" from 2001 Uncovered

In a 2001 Chicago Public Radio Interview Obama is discussing the best way to bring about a Redistribution of Wealth.....He also Warren Court was not liberal enough!!!!!

Audio Uncovered

"Barack Obama on Chicago Public Radio WBEZ-FM, 2001: The Supreme Court never ventured into the issues of redistribution of wealth, and of more basic issues such as political and economic justice in society... and one of the, I think, tragedies of the civil rights movement was, um, because the civil rights movement became so court focused I think there was a tendency to lose track of the political and community organizing and activities on the ground that are able to put together the actual coalition of powers through which you bring about redistributive change. In some ways we still suffer from that"..
.....watch video.......

The original show is from the January 18, 2001 Chicago Public Radio show Odyssey. Their audio archive is here:
The original is a longer version then the YouTube just to let you know.


The Original audio is here:



MODERATOR: Good morning and welcome to Odyssey on WBEZ Chicago 91.5 FM and we’re joined by Barack Obama who is Illinois State Senator from the 13th district and senior lecturer in the law school at the University of Chicago.

OBAMA: If you look at the victories and failures of the civil rights movement and its litigation strategy in the court, I think where it succeeded was to vest formal rights in previously dispossessed peoples. So that I would now have the right to vote, I would now be able to sit at the lunch counter and order and as long as I could pay for it I’d be okay.

But the Supreme Court never ventured into the issues of redistribution of wealth and sort of more basic issues of political and economic justice in this society. And to that extent as radical as people tried to characterize the Warren court, it wasn’t that radical. It didn’t break free from the essential constraints that were placed by the founding fathers in the Constitution, at least as it’s been interpreted, and the Warren court interpreted it in the same way that generally the Constitution is a charter of negative liberties. It says what the states can’t do to you, it says what the federal government can’t do to you, but it doesn’t say what the federal government or the state government must do on your behalf. And that hasn’t shifted. One of the I think tragedies of the civil rights movement was because the civil rights movement became so court focused, I think that there was a tendency to lose track of the political and community organizing and activities on the ground that are able to put together the actual coalitions of power through which you bring about redistributed change and in some ways we still suffer from that.

MODERATOR: Let’s talk with Karen. Good morning, Karen, you’re on Chicago Public Radio.

KAREN: Hi. The gentleman made the point that the Warren court wasn’t terribly radical with economic changes. My question is, is it too late for that kind of reparative work economically and is that that the appropriate place for reparative economic work to take place – the court – or would it be legislation at this point?

OBAMA: Maybe I’m showing my bias here as a legislator as well as a law professor, but I’m not optimistic about bringing about major redistributive change through the courts. The institution just isn’t structured that way.

You just look at very rare examples during the desegregation era the court was willing to for example order changes that cost money to a local school district. The court was very uncomfortable with it. It was very hard to manage, it was hard to figure out. You start getting into all sorts of separation of powers issues in terms of the court monitoring or engaging in a process that essentially is administrative and takes a lot of time.

The court’s just not very good at it and politically it’s very hard to legitimize opinions from the court in that regard. So I think that although you can craft theoretical justifications for it legally. Any three of us sitting here could come up with a rational for bringing about economic change through the courts.

Wild Thing's comment..........

This is nothing less then HUGE!!! It shoots down how Obama has said this is not what he is talking about, he can't deny it when he has actually said the very words. He wants to rip our Constitution to shreds! This man cannot become President of the United States of America!!! God help us if he does!

It is also a great video to forward and send to anyone you know that is a fence sitter, a doubter of what kind of nightmare Obama will be, or anyone that needs the truth to be told to them. I emailed it to a lot of people in the media and others that might have missed seeing it.

Obama's "religion" of 20 years, Black Liberation Theology, is Marxist. Goals are empowerment and reparations (spreading the wealth).

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Gov.Sarah Palin Rally's Florida and N.C. on Sunday

Gov. Sarah Palin was introduced by Elisabeth Hasselbeck ( from The View tv show).


Governor Sarah Palin and The View co-host Elisabeth Hasselback walked out onto the stage together. Palin was also accompanied by her husband and children.

And Sean Hannity was also there to support Sarah.

Sarah Palin talks clothes at the Rally



Crowd Sings Happy Birthday to Palin’s Mom in Rally in N.C.


FOX News

Local news says appx 10,000 in attendance

Sarah Palin walked into her rally today to the music of Gretchen Wilson. She asked the country singer who has performed at several of her stops to sing “one more song.”

Wilson obliged and belted out “Redneck Woman,” which has become her Palin rally signature song.

Clad in jeans, the GOP Vice-Presidential nominee started singing along and clapping to the music. She glanced back at her husband, Todd and waved to the supporters, clearly enjoying herself.

She then asked the crowd for a favor and they happily obliged.

“Again, so good to be here. Asheville, I was hoping that you could do one more favor for me as we just thanked Gretchen for that beautiful song. You guys we’re all one big American family here. Today is my mom’s birthday. And I want to surprise her by singing her Happy Birthday from all of you in North Carolina. And Gretchen is going to join us.”

She grabbed her cell phone and dialed her mother, Sally Heath and held up the phone as Wilson and about 7,500 supporters sang “Happy Birthday” to her mom in Alaska.

After the song, like most daughters it was hard to get off the phone with her mom. “No really mom, I gotta go, I do,” Palin said.
“Those of you who run our factories and grow our food and teach our children and you fight our wars this is where the goodness and the courage, the best of America is.” Palin said, “It’s in these areas where you love Amer–you have never been not proud to be an American you are proud to be an American.”
“We believe that the best of America is in these small towns that we get to visit, and in these wonderful little pockets of what I call the real America, being here with all of you hard working very patriotic, um, very, um, pro-America areas of this great nation.” Palin said, “This is where we find the kindness and the goodness and the courage of everyday Americans. Those who are running our factories and teaching our kids and growing our food and are fighting our wars for us. Those who are protecting us in uniform. Those who are protecting the virtues of freedom.”

CLICK HERE TO SEE ....... Gov. Palin sing along to both “Redneck Woman” and “Happy Birthday:”

Just go to the page and the video is at the bottom of the article. It is really a fun one to watch.


Wild Thing's comment..........

Sarah Palin did two rallies in Florida on Sunday and both went really great. After Florida she went on to to North Carolina on Sunday night.

Sarah is a natural, I think that is another reason many in the media are jealous of her. I think she is great and look forward to her being our VP offically! Tah dah!

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October 26, 2008

McCain on Meet The Press With Detestable Tom Brokaw

Sen. John McCain on Meet the Press today where Tom Brokaw really pressed John McCain on the subject of Sarah Palin. McCain told Brokaw that Palin "needs no defense," and that he is "incredibly proud of her."

I listened to the entire interview and I have to say I was proud of many of McCain's answers. Tom Brokaw on the other hand is the typical phony total jerk freaking LIBERAL true to his agenda. And agenda that he worships more then being a good America, more then making money off the backs of Veterans and war heroes with the stupid books he has written and is imo a waste of good air.

This is just a part of his interview on Meet The Press, it is the part where McCain is asked about Gov. Sarah Palin. McCain does GREAT in his reply. I thought you would like to see it.

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How Obama Suporters Show THEIR Support


"Twenty-five residents of a Gainesville neighborhood woke up this morning to discover their homes had been spray-painted with an obscene comment about the 2008 presidential race. Several businesses were hit as well.
“This is clear voter intimidation,” Corey A. Stewart, At-Large Chairman of the Prince William Board of County Supervisors, said. “The residents targeted by these hoodlums all had McCain for President yard signs in their front yards.”
“Having your home defaced with obscenity because of political beliefs is a hate crime” Stewart said, “This is terrorizing the community.”
“Voter intimidation will not be tolerated in Prince William County. The residents notified the police. I am asking our Commonwealth’s Attorney to investigate. I will seek state and federal investigations as well. Prince William County must be safe for freedom of speech. If we can catch the reprobate who did this, we’ll prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law.”
Stewart added: “We’ve had ACORN and other nuts kicking around down here in Prince William for weeks. I suppose this was bound to happen eventually. But we won’t stand for it.”


Wild Thing's comment........

These people that do this kind of thing can't even respect other people's property. The media should be showing this including the F word painted on property. Yes right on CNN and all the networks, start telling the truth of what kind of low life's Obama brings to power with his low life self.

Michelle Obama and how she has such a hard time being proud of the greatest country in the world and Barack Hussein and his books of white hate and his 20 year church of more white hate and hating America..... I blame all of them for contributing to this kind of behavior.

Liberal seek the lower human beings and do all they can to keep them down and angry. Conservatives seek to raise a person up, support them to be the best they can be...........HUGE difference!!!

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Obama (Change) or McCain ( Reality )

This is the reality of the world. Do we really want this in our country? Think very carefully before you mark that bubble next to Barack Hussein Obama. He want's to drastically cut our military, get rid of our defense systems. In which case we weill be sitting ducks.

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Obama Voters Don't Care That THESE People Endorse Obama

Hamas, Marxist soldiers of the FARC, Fidel Castro, Muammar al-Gaddafi, Hugo Chavez, Kim Jong-il...

These are the faces of America's enemies, and they have one thing in common:

They all support Barack Obama.

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October 25, 2008

Government Computers Used to Find Information On Joe the Plumber

Government computers used to find information on Joe the Plumber

Investigators trying to determine whether access was illegal

The Columbus Dispatch

"State and local officials are investigating if state and law-enforcement computer systems were illegally accessed when they were tapped for personal information about "Joe the Plumber."

Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher became part of the national political lexicon Oct. 15 when Republican presidential candidate John McCain mentioned him frequently during his final debate with Democrat Barack Obama.

The 34-year-old from the Toledo suburb of Holland is held out by McCain as an example of an American who would be harmed by Obama's tax proposals.

Public records requested by The Dispatch disclose that information on Wurzelbacher's driver's license or his sport-utility vehicle was pulled from the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles database three times shortly after the debate.

Information on Wurzelbacher was accessed by accounts assigned to the office of Ohio Attorney General Nancy H. Rogers, the Cuyahoga County Child Support Enforcement Agency and the Toledo Police Department.

It has not been determined who checked on Wurzelbacher, or why. Direct access to driver's license and vehicle registration information from BMV computers is restricted to legitimate law enforcement and government business.

Paul Lindsay, Ohio spokesman for the McCain campaign, attempted to portray the inquiries as politically motivated. "It's outrageous to see how quickly Barack Obama's allies would abuse government power in an attempt to smear a private citizen who dared to ask a legitimate question," he said.

Isaac Baker, Obama's Ohio spokesman, denounced Lindsay's statement as charges of desperation from a campaign running out of time. "Invasions of privacy should not be tolerated. If these records were accessed inappropriately, it had nothing to do with our campaign and should be investigated fully," he said.

The attorney general's office is investigating if the access of Wuzelbacher's BMV information through the office's Ohio Law Enforcement Gateway computer system was unauthorized, said spokeswoman Jennifer Brindisi.

"We're trying to pinpoint where it came from," she said. The investigation could become "criminal in nature," she said. Brindisi would not identify the account that pulled the information on Oct. 16.

Records show it was a "test account" assigned to the information technology section of the attorney general's office, said Department of Public Safety spokesman Thomas Hunter.

Brindisi later said investigators have confirmed that Wurzelbacher's information was not accessed within the attorney general's office. She declined to provide details. The office's test accounts are shared with and used by other law enforcement-related agencies, she said.

On Oct. 17, BMV information on Wurzelbacher was obtained through an account used by the Cuyahoga County Child Support Enforcement Agency in Cleveland, records show.

Mary Denihan, spokeswoman for the county agency, said the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services contacted the agency today and requested an investigation of the access to Wurzelbacher's information. Cuyahoga County court records do not show any child-support cases involving Wurzelbacher.

The State Highway Patrol, which administers the Law Enforcement Automated Data System in Ohio, asked Toledo police to explain why it pulled BMV information on Wurzelbacher within 48 hours of the debate, Hunter said.

The LEADS system also can be used to check for warrants and criminal histories, but such checks would not be reflected on the records obtained by The Dispatch.

Sgt. Tim Campbell, a Toledo police spokesman, said he could not provide any information because the department only had learned of the State Highway Patrol inquiry today.

Wild Thing's comment.........

It's outrageous to see how quickly Barack Obama's allies would abuse government power in an attempt to smear a private citizen who dared to ask a legitimate question. And the Marxist Obama isn't even "elected" yet, and he already has a Secret Police.

The Left love accessing information they shouldn’t to smear perceived threats to their goals and domination. Ask Lynda Tripp about her personnel file or Michael Steele about his Social Security number.

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Obama/Biden Campaign NOT Able To Handle Tuff Questions!

Biden Asked the Difference Between Views of Barack Obama and Karl Marx - Video 10/24/08

Here is video of an interview conducted by WFTV (Orlando, FL) anchor Barbara Waters with Sen. Joe Biden. She asks Biden the tough questions about Barack Obama, which visibly angers Joe Biden. She confronts Biden on Obama's socialist policies, and even asks Biden what is the difference between a Karl Marx quote and what Obama is saying. Biden responded with, "Are you joking?"

In case YouTube is down you o can WATCH THE VIDEO HERE

Barbara West won't be interviewing any more Bidens, or Obama

Orlando Sentinel

The Barack Obama campaign detested an interview Barbara West of WFTV-Channel 9 conducted with Sen. Joe Biden on Thursday. West quoted Karl Marx and asked how Obama isn’t being a Marxist with his “spreading the wealth” comment.

“Are you joking?” said Biden, who is Obama’s running mate.

West later asked Biden about his comments that Obama would be tested early on as president -- and wondered if the Delaware senator was saying America’s days as the world’s leading power were over.

“I don’t know who’s writing your questions,” Biden shot back.

The Obama campaign canceled a WFTV interview with Jill Biden, the candidate’s wife. “This cancellation is non-negotiable, and further opportunities for your station to interview with this campaign are unlikely, at best for the duration of the remaining days until the election,” wrote Laura K. McGinnis, Central Florida communications director for the Obama campaign. McGinnis said the Biden cancellation was “a result of her husband’s experience yesterday during the satellite interview with Barbara West.”

The Barack Obama campaign called Barbara West's interview with Sen. Joe Biden unprofessional and combative.

The veteran WFTV-Channel 9 anchor-reporter says she asked pointed questions and respects Sen. Biden, who is Sen. Obama's running mate.

In a call to me Friday evening, West said of Biden:

"I have a great deal of respect for him. I have a great deal of respect for Sen. Obama. We are given four minutes of a satellite window for these interviews. Four precious minutes. I got right down to it and, yes, I think I asked him some pointed questions. These are questions that are rolling about right now and questions that need to be asked right now. I don't think I was rude or inconsiderate to him. I was probing and maybe tough. I can't believe that in all of his years in politics, and all of his campaigning and such, that he hasn't run into some tough questions.

Wild Thing's comment........

There is a huge opportunity for reporters who want to differentiate themselves from the Democrat shills currently holding positions in the MSM. Great questions.

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Jeri Thompson On Hannity and Colmes

Jeri Thompson ( Fred Thompson's wife) on Hannity and Colmes 10/23/08

Team Sarah

This Saturday, October 25 from 11AM - 1PM EST, Team Sarah will be calling one million women voters in battleground states and invite them to participate in a live, free tele-townhall over the phone. You will be able to ask questions and get answers from a panel of distinguished women leaders. This has never been done before! Imagine one million women voters on one phone call!

You can't miss out. If you would like to be included on the call (even if you aren't in a battleground state), sign up to be a member of Team Sarah and make sure to fill in your phone number in the profile section. We will keep your phone number private and will only use it for this.

Team Sarah

Wild Thing's comment........

I saw Jeri Thompson on Hannity and Colmes Thursday night and it was not available at YouTube until Friday and I wanted to make sure you all got to see it. Jeri Thompson is awesome and does not hesitate to speak up to Alan Colmes when he questions her. Fantastic!

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Does Obama Have Narcissistic Personality Disorder?

Does Obama Have Narcissistic Personality Disorder?


From the YouTube person that made the video:

" Understanding Obama: The Making of a Fuhrer, which is published in faithfreedom.org. It unravels the mystique behind Obamas authoritative and haughty behavior. Obamas charisma is the result of his superiority complex, which is a mask narcissists wear to hide their devalued and injured self. The article draws the similarity that exists between Obama and other famous narcissists such as Hitler, Stalin, Saddam, Khomeini and Osama. It is intended to be a scholarly paper, but alas, in this politically charged atmosphere it is bound to become controversial."

Wild Thing's comment..........

I can agree with this video, Obama has a lot of the things Hitler had and other people like that. And nothing in it is good, Barack is a dangerous man for our country. IMO if he wins even other countries will regret knowing Barack Hussein Obama, unless they are countries with leaders that say death to America.

Unto this day, November 4th 2008, the Silent Majority shall prevail in Victory with the crushing defeat of the Marxist parasite.I love omy country and I refuse to allow this election be handed over to Barack Hussein Obama.

....Thank you so much RAC for sending these things to me.

RAC has a website that is awesome. 336th Assault Helicopter Company

13th Combat Aviation Battalion - 1st Aviation Brigade - Soc Trang, Republic of Vietnam

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More Questions For Barack Obama

Democrat: Obama's grandma confirms Kenyan birth

'This has been a real sham he's pulled off for the last 20 months'


The Pennsylvania Democrat who has sued Sen. Barack Obama demanding he prove his American citizenship – and therefore qualification to run for president – has confirmed he has a recording of a telephone call from the senator's paternal grandmother confirming his birth in Kenya.

The issue of Obama's birthplace, which he states is Honolulu in 1961, has been raised enough times that his campaign website has posted an image purporting to be of his "Certification of Live Birth" from Hawaii.

But Philip J. Berg, a former deputy attorney general for Pennsylvania, told the Michael Savage talk radio program tonight that the document is forged and that he has a tape recording he will soon release.

"This has been a real sham he's pulled off for the last 20 months," Berg told Savage. "I'll release it [the tape] in a day or two, affidavits from her talking to a certain person. I heard the tape. She was speaking [to someone] here in the United States."

He said the telephone call was from Obama's paternal grandmother affirming she "was in the delivery room in Kenya when he was born Aug. 4, 1961."


Three, be a natural-born citizen. He is not."

Obama campaign officials acknowledged the dispute by posting the image purporting to be a copy of his certification of live birth earlier this year. But they've declined to return WND requests for comment...

WND reported earlier this week Berg's claim that Obama has legally "admitted" the accusations included in his lawsuit, including that he was born in Mombosa, Kenya, by not responding to the allegations.

Berg has cited Rule 36 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which states that unless the accused party provides written answer or objection to charges within 30 days, the accused legally admits the matter.

His lawsuit is demanding that the courts verify Obama's original birth certificate.

Since Obama filed only motions to dismiss the case and did not actually answer the claims, according to Rule 36, Obama has legally admitted he is not a natural-born citizen., asserted Berg, who has taken his information public through his website.

When Jerome Corsi, senior WND investigator reporter, recently traveled to Kenya to investigate several questions about the candidate, he was told the records were sealed and would not be made available.


Wild Thing's comment........

I have seen on the internet some motions and proposed orders posted, but I have never seen any order of the court to enlarge time in which to respond to the requests for admissions . This is getting to the point it can no longer be discounted as some crack pot scheme of Berg's .

There still needs to be more proof but WOULDN’T IT BE FN HILARIOUS! Mass suicides at the DUmp, the Kos Kommie Kiddie playground and at the Huffingandpuffing Post. LOL!!!

If proven that he does not meet the Constitutional criteria BEFORE the Election, all votes cast for him means Biden becomes President if the ticket wins. Same applies if they win and it is proven AFTER the election. NOW, HERE’S THE RUB....

If this is proven BEFORE the election, and his supporters know that he will not sit in the Oval Office but Biden will, they will be so demoralized and depressed they will not show up to vote just to put another old, white guy in office. Biden didn't have a chance to win when he was running for President.

I wish this Berg guy ( Berg was a Hillary Clinton supporter.

Berg was a Hillary Supporter. And I wish this Berg guy would get this in the news instead of just on the internet. There isn’t much time before Rosemarys’ Baby becomes our president. And if Obama is proven not eligible to become president. It's the complicit main stream media who have hidden the facts, the DNC, and Obama.

What adds fuel to the fire is that back in February, Novak reported Hillary’s people were telling other Dems they had discovered something about Obama which would ruin him in all of American politics forever. At the time I blew it off as an attempt to drain some of Obama’s support with rumors, as if it was true, she surely would have used it. Under this scenario, she migth have decided to sit on it.

It would be just like the Clintons to have a PI research an opponent all the way back to their birth. If this is true, Hillary sat on this information and a lot more probably if this is what they were talking about, keeping quiet about it for a reason purely selfish in origin.

All Obama has to do is present genuine evidence, and this issue will go away. It’s very simple.

We’re still waiting.

This is what Greta Van Susteren said on her show and it sounds like a reasonable solution to me. McCain already did produce a vault version-in front of reporters. And here is the thing, there is only one of the four who benefits from this remaining a rumor, and that’s The One, Barack Hussein Obama. -- Wild Thing

"I now think Senator Obama should release his birth certificate but I also think, to be fair, so should the other 3….yes, all 4.

So, let’s have it! All 4 need to release their birth certificates to prove each was born in the USA and thus constitutionally able to serve as President. Let’s insist that all 4 release birth certificates and put the matter to rest! Let’s see them….and then let’s move on."

"Unto this day, November 4th 2008, the Silent Majority shall prevail in Victory with the crushing defeat of the Marxist parasite."

...Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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The Future of the Republic is at risk!

Martina McBride - God Bless America (LIVE)

To Arms, Republicans!


It was June 1940. An undefeated and many thought unstoppable Adolf Hitler rolled across the European continent. From the air, the Luftwaffe dominated the skies of Europe, and would soon lay waste the venerable and ancient English capitol. Fear gripped a British citizenry low on food, ammunition, fighting men, and spirit. The full fury of the Bilitz was only months away, and Britain was all alone in its struggle against NAZI tyranny. In this climate of seemingly overwhelming odds, the dogged and pugnacious British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, rose before the House of Commons to deliver one of his most stirring speeches. Knowing full well the awful price of defeat, and deploying all his considerable rhetorical skill, Churchill challenged and inspired his fellow countrymen and women to fight on to the bitter end:

“We shall go on to the end, we shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our Island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender…”

Churchill’s speech rallied the British people who fought on alone. But Churchill’s words inspired many hearts. Less than two years later and thousands of miles from the British capitol, men like Admiral John McCain were answering Churchill’s eloquent call in defense of freedom. Rarely since those days has liberty faced such peril, but Churchill’s words have inspired many, no matter the contest or field of endeavor, to fight on. More than simply an echo of trying times, Churchill’s speech reminds us that when an important battle must be fought, it is incumbent upon each of us, individually and in unison, to go above and beyond the call of duty in pursuit of victory.

And so it is, that we find ourselves on the eve of a historic election for America. No elections are without profound consequences, but not since 1980 has America been faced with such a stark political and ideological dichotomy. John McCain is not the perfect conservative, but whatever his faults, John McCain is now all that stands between Reagan’s America and a disastrous turn toward socialism. With Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi in charge of our Congress, and a President Obama ensconced in the Oval Office, leftist redistributionist policy will flow like water. Taxes hikes, profligate spending, and government expansion will unfold like storm clouds. The unionization of our private sector will begin in earnest and the end of the hitherto sacred secret ballot will come to pass. Our most cherished rights will be assaulted: from our freedom to express our religion, to our right to have and bear arms, to the very heart of the American spirit, the freedom of speech - which will wither under government imposed “fairness” guidelines. Our troops who have fought valiantly to secure a new future and a lasting peace in the Middle East will be undermined from home. The fight against Islamic extremism will end. The next justices on the Supreme Court will consider judicial activism their calling and judge-made law their right. Internationalism, foreign law, and sovereignty-undermining treaties will be the order of the day. Extreme environmentalism will trump all economic and business needs, and the promise of energy independence in the form of nuclear power, increased domestic oil production and natural gas will shrivel under draconian green legislation and government mandates. Like Gulliver amidst his captors, the great American juggernaut, already reeling from an economic blow of largely Democratic making, will succumb; death by 1,000 cuts. Not since the days of Carter will America have known such a malaise. The death of liberty by the hand of equality.

But it is not a future that has to be. Hope remains.

John McCain is first to acknowledge that he is the underdog in this present contest, and many have proclaimed a McCain victory nearly impossible. Yet, with a strong final debate performance, a new sense that the American people are at last considering the true consequences of their choice in leader, and climbing poll numbers, a McCain victory remains possible. The odds are still unfavorable, and the task considerable, but in these final days, now is the time that every man and woman who cares about the hard won conservative gains of the Reagan Revolution must stand and fight. It will take more than merely voting, more than a yard sign or a bumper sticker, or a casual comment to a neighbor. It will take a sure and determined effort to mobilize every last Republican and independent vote.

In the end, it is not the media who decides our future, it is We, the People. So let us decide. Let us take our future into our own hands. In the spirit of Churchill, let us call forth every last remaining fighter. Family, friends, neighbors, and colleagues, parishioners, teammates, fellow students, and more. Even complete strangers and sometimes adversaries must be called upon and mobilized in this effort. Ask yourself not merely what you will do come Election Day, but what you can and must do between now and then. The Left is mobilized and organized. They will be bringing to the polls thousands of voters who have never cast a ballot before. On their side stands all the media with its long and duplicitous tentacles gripping the fountainheads of public opinion. Indeed, all the World whose interests lie in a weakened and demoralized America are willing your defeat.

So up with the rally cry! Dig in, mobilize and fight. We can win this election, and save America from a dreadful future, but only if we commit ourselves to delivering, with one resounding voice, the timeless battle cry of the victors: never surrender!


Wild Thing's comment.............

This might be our last chance to fight back in an election for our country. I pray we win and we need to do all we can to make sure McCain and Palin win and thus America will win too.

For me this is the most important election in my lifetime. I have never seen anything like what this one has been like. The media controlling the news and pushing Obama like we have never seen the media promote a candidate.

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Out Of State Obama Workers Illegally Voting in Ohio

Obama Staff Withdraw Votes In Ohio

Elections are about winning votes...not withdrawing them. Palestra.net's Tiffany Wilson reports why a dozen Obama campaigners withdrew their ballots in Franklin County today.

COLLEGE REPORTERS break story about 12 people that were OUT OF STATE Obama workers that registered to vote and placed early voting ballots in Franklin County, OH.


ACTUAL lawyers for Obama, illegally voting in OHIO.

And here is more on this.....................


Wild Thing's comment.......

These young reporters are the REAL deal, doing the job the 'real' media will not do. I am so proud of Tiffany Wilson and all of them! This is GREAT.

Obama's campaign tried to say McCain people did the same thing, but Palestra says the Franklin County Elections Board has verified the accuracy of the residency of the McCain campaign individuals. All of McCains people have been accounted for and are in the clear.

These people breaking the voting laws need to be arrested and made an example of. As lawyers, they obviously knew what the registration laws were and went ahead and voted anyway. I’d like to see some jail time for these people.

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October 24, 2008

UPDATE: Police Say HOAX (McCain Supporter Attacked)

Scroll down post for UPDATE! Thank you.

McCain Worker: Attacker Angered By GOP Sticker


Pittsburgh police are investigating after a volunteer for the Republican campaign says she was attacked by a mugger who became enraged after seeing a John McCain bumper sticker on her car last night.

According to police, Ashley Todd, 20, said she was robbed at an ATM at the corner of Liberty Avenue and Pearl Street in the Bloomfield area around 9 p.m. Wednesday after leaving a Republican phone bank.

Todd told police that the suspect, described only as a dark-skinned African-American man about 6'4", stole $60 from her and became enraged after seeing a bumper sticker supporting Republican Presidential Candidate John McCain on her car.

Todd, who is from Texas, said the suspect put a knife to her neck and demanded money.

Todd told police that the man became very angry after noticing the McCain sticker on her car and began punching and kicking her.

After repeatedly hitting, kicking and threatening her, Todd told police that the man carved a "B" in her cheek.

According to the police report, the officer confirmed that he "observed the wound on the right side of [her] face.

Todd declined immediate medical attention last night but said she would go to the hospital today.

The suspect ran off after the attack; but police are hoping that footage from bank surveillance camera may help lead them to the suspect.

In an official statement the McCain campaign says: "We're shaken up by this. It's sick and disgusting."

Governor Sarah Palin reportedly spoke with the victim by phone.

Meanwhile, late this afternoon, the Obama-Biden campaign released a statement, saying: "This is a horrendous act of violence. Our thoughts and prayers are with the young woman for her to make a speedy recovery, and we hope that the person who perpetrated this crime is swiftly apprehended and brought to justice."




She calls it a political attack -- a McCain campaign volunteer says she was attacked in Bloomfield.

Patrick Graham, the president of College Republicans in Pittsburgh, told KDKA that Todd works for the National College Republican Committee.

She's been in Pittsburgh about a week.

Graham said Todd was on her way to meeting, when she reported robbery and assault took place.

Among other things, police are checking security cameras in the neighborhood to see what, if anything, they may have recorded.

A photo obtained by the Drudge Report website showed Todd after the alleged assault.

However, KDKA could not verify the authenticity of the photo.

Pittsburgh Police did not take a photo of the woman.

Wild Thing's comment...........

I think Obama should be partly to blame for this. He told his followers to go out and " get in their faces", he tells at his website to go and protest at the McCain/Palin rallies. And his low life follwers obey him. His words of how terrible this attack was mean nothing just as he means nothing as a human being.

....Thank you Mark for sending this story to me.



Police: Campaign Volunteer Lied, Injured Self


At a news conference this afternoon, offiicals said they believe the woman's injuries were self-inflicted. Ashley Todd, 20, is now facing charges for filing a false report to police.

Filing a false report and interfering with police business , this is really sick!!!!!!

Times have changed, it use to be a scarlet A, now it’s a backwards B.

What she did messes with both McCain and Obama's campaign. I could give a rats ass about the Obama campaign but this is very serious what she did.

What she did deserves a stiff penalty - because she was messing with an election (in that it would probably influence voters) and in the fact that she made a racially charged false statement in a very volatile environment.

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Republican HQ Manager's Home Shot Up Over McCain Signs


The home of a Central Florida Republican headquarters manager was shot up and damaged over his support of Sen. John McCain, the man told police.

Rog Coverely said several pellets pierced his Longwood home. Coverely showed several spiderwebbed-holes in the front windows of his home

The Republican manager said he is convinced he was targeted because of new McCain signs he added around his home.

"All I can tell you is this, I have a very good relationship with my neighbors," Coverely said. "I mow my lawn. The only thing that has changed is I have two McCain signs in my front yard."
Coverely said he has taken about 300 calls concerning stolen or vandalized McCain signs in the area.
"It says this campaign is getting vicious," Coverely said.
Coverely said it appears Democrats are becoming more aggressive in the county.
"I wouldn't say slipping, but I would say the Democrats have become far more aggressive in Seminole County because it is such a heavy Republican area," Coverely said.

Wild Thing's comment...........

I think there needs to be a thinning of the herd. ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒE

And there is this:

Police prepare for unrest on Election Day

The Hill

Police departments in cities across the country are beefing up their ranks for Election Day, preparing for possible civil unrest and riots after the historic presidential contest.

Public safety officials said in interviews with The Hill that the election, which will end with either the nation’s first black president or its first female vice president, demanded a stronger police presence.

Some worry that if Barack Obama loses and there is suspicion of foul play in the election, violence could ensue in cities with large black populations. Others based the need for enhanced patrols on past riots in urban areas (following professional sports events) and also on Internet rumors.

Cities that have suffered unrest before, such as Detroit, Chicago, Oakland and Philadelphia, will have extra police deployed.

In Oakland, the police will deploy extra units trained in riot control, as well as extra traffic police, and even put SWAT teams on standby.

“Are we anticipating it will be a riot situation? No. But will we be prepared if it goes awry? Yes,” said Jeff Thomason, spokesman for the Oakland Police Department

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"I am Joe" ~ New McCain Palin ad

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:45 AM

Obama Race Baiting Interview

1995 Obama Race Baiting Interview.HE MUST SAVE BLACKS SO HE CAN BE SAVED. He admits his Redistribution of Wealth is to SAVE the Black community .

There is also a full length video of the shorter version posted above.

Full Length VIDEO is HERE.....the full length video is 12 minutes long

Wild Thing's comment..............

Obama is also paraphrasing James Cone the inventor of Black Liberation Theology, Obama's religion for 20 years.

This is more proof he lied about Wright, when saying "the man I saw yesterday was not the man I knew for 20 years".

The DNC has not put Obama up to run because they want to do something for race relations; in fact, they are absolutely exploiting the worst level of racial divide, splitting the country wide open in their drive for ultimate control over US.

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:40 AM | Comments (7)

October 23, 2008

Sean Hannity Interviews Gov. Sarah Palin Tonight

Sean Hannity interview with Gov. Sarah Palin tonight on his show Hannity and Colmes.

Time: 9:00 p.m. EST


Posted by Wild Thing at 05:20 PM | Comments (4)

Barack Hussein Obama Dictator Mentalilty Plans For Election Night

Flush with cash--and still begging donors for more--the Obama campaign is planning a $2 million dollar election night extravaganza at Chicago's lakefront Grant Park. Mayor Daley had suggested Obama use the United Center to keep the price down--but Celine Dion was already booked there for a Nov. 4 concert

The field is home to softball diamonds, the popular summer Lollapalooza music festival and was the site of the mass pope John Paul held in Chicago nearly 30 years ago.

It would not be the first big outdoor event for Obama. He announced his presidential run outside the old state capitol in Springfield on a very cold day last February and gave his nomination acceptance speech at Denver's Mile High Stadium.

Chicago Sun Times

Mayor Daley today put a $2 million price tag on the cost of city services associated with the giant Barack Obama election night rally in Grant Park.

Mayor Daley suggested the United Center as cheaper simpler alternative but was turned down.

The mayor said the cash-flushed Obama campaign has agreed to reimburse the city for those services because Chicago is grappling with a $465 million deficit and is in no position to pay for it.

Asked if he objected to Obama's decision to hold the rally in Grant Park, Daley said, "Could you see me saying no to Sen. Obama? Give me a break. I'm not that dumb."
The mayor said the indoor United Center "would be much easier but the campaign so far ... wants to do it in the open. They applied for the permit."
Daley acknowledged that the Grant Park rally would create a logistical nightmare. "You'd have to secure buildings, close down buildings," he said.
"You need sanitation. ... You have to secure the CTA. You have to have traffic people. ... You have close streets seven to eight hours before."

FOX news

A huge stage is being constructed in Chicago's Grant Park, where Obama hopes to declare victory before a cheering throng that could dwarf the one at the Democratic convention. Back then, "only" 80,000 fans were in attendance that night. This time, it could be hundreds of thousands in the park and its surroundings

Obama is well on his way to winning the election, according to most polls and electoral vote projections. The campaign may be preparing to set the champagne on ice. But it may want to heed the usual reminder: As Yogi Berra famously said, it ain't over till it's over.

The excitement is palpable at Obama's rallies, a tone the candidate has reflected. "I feel like we got a righteous wind at our backs here," Obama told supporters in Leesburg, Va., Wednesday evening.

He said the Grant Park event will be free and open to the public.

Wild Thing's comment.........

Obama getting cocky and planning another “big” event. Counting those chickens a bit early??

Posted by Wild Thing at 04:50 PM | Comments (6)

More Of The Obama Rally In Miami

Miami Obama Rally: Supporters Demand Piece of the Pie

Barack Obama rally in Miami, FL......Haitian Ra Ra band marching along with the crowd

More Haitian's for Obama

Not all blacks are voting for Obama. This is the first I have heard of them.

The group of mostly Black men men held signs that read, Blacks against Obama, Jesse Jackson hates Obama, Obama for abortions, Obama for gay marriage and Obama endorsed by the KKK.

They are said to be part of a Miami based group called Blacks Against Obama . They have shown up at all the Obama rallies in Florida, Tampa, Coral Gables, University of Miami etc.

During Obamas speech in Coral Gables, Florida, a sea of protest signs greeted him which interrupted his message. The signs contained various messages on them all under the auspices of Blacks Against Obama.

Although Obama told the crowd it was fine for protesters to be there, behind the scenes his campaign staffers did something else. The entire group was physically escorted out of the political event in a manner resembling Hells Angels security at a rock concert. One moment of the video captures what might be a hand-signal from Obama himself.

Nobody should object to removing protesters from a public event convened to express ideas. The crowd is there to hear Obama speak, and even well-intentioned protests interfere with Obamas own first amendment right to free speech.

What may raise eyebrows is how the large team of security guards descended on the crowd like wolves. Nobody wants to live in a police state where political protests are broken up abruptly simply to allow a political candidate to deliver the usual stump speech.

One expects that Obama will coach his vigilant backers on how to better handle the situation in the future.

Wild Thing's comment.........

Obama speaking like a true socialist! Obama uses his Jesse Jackson voice and intonation when addressing layabouts who see government as a source of largesse.A real demagogue.

The notes above about the various videos have ALL been taken from each YouTube video location.

Posted by Wild Thing at 03:55 AM | Comments (10)

Sarah Palin a MilitaryMom



Wild Thing's comment..........

This is great, it is reall well done. What a difference there is in our political party and what the democrats have, it is enormous!!!

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

Posted by Wild Thing at 03:50 AM | Comments (6)

A Newscast From a Future I Pray We Never See

A newscast from a future we must never see

Newscast of the future


by Janet Porter

This week, I decided to do something different – my column is in video form. It's a newscast from a future we must make sure we never see. In it, you'll get a glimpse into our nation should Barack Obama be elected president – complete with the kinds of people he'll appoint and policies he'll enact based on Sen. Obama's real promises, positions, record and advisers. It would be comical if it weren't so scary. It is an eye-opening look at what the future could hold if we don't do everything we can to prevent it.

I encourage you to watch it (rather than read it) and forward it to everyone you know in an effort to sound the alarm before it's too late … or the news we watch next January will look something like this:

Wild Thing's comment...........

Very scary stuff, and it is also very well done. I wishi it would be shown on TV.

......Thank you Les for sending this to me.

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Iranian Parliament Said Iran Would Prefer Obama ~ Will ACORN Be En-route To Get Them Registered ?

Larijani: Iran prefers Obama (Iranian Parliament Leader Endorsment!)

Ynet news

Iranian parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said Wednesday that Iran would prefer Democrat Barack Obama in the White House next year. Larijani also dismissed any idea that the US would attack Iran.

"We are leaning more in favor of Barack Obama because he is more flexible and rational, even though we know American policy will not change that much," Larijani said at a press conference during a visit to Bahrain.
How to deal with Iran and the crisis over its nuclear drive has been one of the foreign policy issues in the Nov. 4 race for the White House between Obama and Republican John McCain.
Larijani, a leading figure in the conservative camp in Iran, also said the United States was too busy dealing with the global financial crisis to consider waging an attack on Iran.
"The risk was low before," he said. "But now I am 100% certain that the United States will not unleash a war against Iran. The economic crisis has cost the United States $1.4 trillion and Washington is working to resolve its internal problems and not a war."

Wild Thing's comment..........

All of America’s enemies endorse Obama.

Castro, Hamas, PLO, other terroriosts groups, now Larijani....oh let's not forget Powell. hahaha ...Our enemies will always prefer the weaker candidate

Posted by Wild Thing at 03:47 AM

We Voted Yesterday and YES for the BEST Candidates McCain/Palin!!!

As much as Obama wants to be President, that is how much John McCain and Sarah Palin love America.


We voted yesterday, the line was not long at all only about 70 people ahead of us, but we had perfect timing I think because as we were leaving the line was very long, cars lined up to pull into the parking lot and down the block.

There were lots of McCain/Palin signs and only one Obama sign within the legal distance they are allowed to have them. Only one for Obama. hahhaa yippee, we out numbered him. The ladies holding the signs many of them had cute Sarah Palin t-shirts on, some in pink saying Sarah Palin and others in red,white and blue saying McCain/Palin.

The men holding up signs, were Veterans and it was so cool they had their caps on with the Veteran pins on them that I love to see.

We gave every one of them a thumbs up and shook their hands when we came back out from voting. They said they were getting a lot more thumbs up then ugly looks so that is great too.

When we got inside to vote, I just had to say something, heh heh, as the lady was looking at my drivers license for ID etc. I asked her if I "may ask a question?". She said yes and I asked her if the voting place had ACORN connected to it in anyway. hahahahaha She said no and the gentlemen behind her standing looked at me and smiled really big like saying I know what you mean kind of look. giggle

We met a really nice couple in front of us. In a quiet voice I said to Nicholas while we were in line, " I loved the shirts for McCain Palin outside" and the couple in front of us turned around to say hi after I said that. It was my let's see if anyone in front or in back of us is for McCain/Palin time. hahaha

Our ballots are paper and we mark them with a black pen they give us like a felt pen. It is not electric at all. Then the slip we have marked goes into a light cardboard sleeve they called "Secret Sleeve" that I had to put into a machine that literally sucked it out of my hand. hahahahahaa ZOOM and my vote was done.

Now we wait and pray our votes get counted and McCain/Palin win.

Posted by Wild Thing at 03:45 AM | Comments (16)

Hey Obama Keep Your Racist Powell~ McCain Has Stormin' Norman and 300 Retired Generals and Admirals

Nicknamed Stormin’ Norman and the Bear and best known as Com-manding General, Coalition Forces, Persian Gulf War, 1990–1991, General Schwarzkopf had a 35-year military career (1956–1991) that spanned the Cold War, the intervening Vietnam War, and the increasing overseas deployments of the 1980s. A U.S. Military Academy graduate, he served two tours in Vietnam and rose to the grade of full general in 1988.

While deserving his nicknames "the bear" and "Stormin' Norman" because of his impatience, aggressiveness, and confrontational manner, Schwarzkopf displayed outstanding skills in combining the air, sea, and land assets of a multinational force to achieve victory.

Asked on CNN whether America's latest popular culture hero preferred the sobriquet Stormin' Norman or the Bear, Brenda Schwarzkopf, the wife of Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, answered: "I think he prefers the Bear. Stormin' Norman -- I'm not sure exactly where he picked that up. His soldiers gave him both names, but I'm not sure exactly which came first."

In light of Colon Powell's endorsement of Marxism in the upcoming Predidential election, I thought it might be useful to remind us of the endorsement John McCain received from a real American hero, retired General "Stormin'" Norman Schwarzkopf, and this was back in January.

Schwarzkopf, who with McCain in 2004 was openly critical of then-Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld over his handling of the Iraq war, said in a statement the Arizona senator "has served our country with honor in war and in peace."

Stormin' Norman lives in Florida.

Add in to this 300 Retired Generals and Admirals from around the country are endorsing John McCain for president. The retired generals and admirals announced their support with the following letter:

"We have had the honor and privilege of serving as career officers in the United States Armed Forces, and of serving shoulder to shoulder with so many of the fine young men and women who are the backbone of America's Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard. It is that experience that informs our judgment that John McCain is the presidential candidate best suited to serve as America's Commander-in Chief from the day of his inauguration.

"Our next president will confront national security challenges as significant as those faced by any administration in at least a generation. Success will require a leader with proven tenacity, judgment and courage. It will also require a leader with detailed knowledge of our military and other instruments of national power, and with years of experience dealing seriously with foreign leaders.

"John McCain's entire life has been devoted to the service of America. Throughout a long and distinguished career in the military and in Congress, he has repeatedly displayed the courage and integrity to place America's interests first -- regardless of personal cost. And he has demonstrated the experience and wisdom to lead America -- and, importantly, our allies -- in effectively dealing with complex and vitally important national security challenges around the world.

"We unequivocally endorse him to continue his service to the country as the next President of the United States."

300 Retired Generals And Admirals Endorse John McCain For President

Wild Thing's comment.......

I have posted the list before, but I thought it would be good to mention it again.

Obama can't even compare his wimpy racist Powell endorsement with the hundreds that are for McCain and Palin.

Just something to show you.

Carol Black Bearhearts Original, created on October 5, 1992 in California , Stormin' Norman is named after General Norman Schwartzkopf and is authentically dressed from his desert fatigues right down to his helmet,
two watches, official ID's, his backpack, rations and American flag. He is stuffed with desert sand!

Carol is a friend of mine and she made 5 of these bears. The first one she got to present to Stormin' Norman personally and she has photos of her visit. I was very lucky to be able to get one of the 5 she made.

He sits in my SUV and is about 2 1/2 feet in height when standing position.

So yep, I have liked Stormin' Norman for a long time.

Posted by Wild Thing at 03:40 AM | Comments (19)

October 22, 2008

Obama to Media:Pony Up For Election Night Access

Obama to media: pony up for election night access

Chicago Business

The best-funded political campaign in American history says news organizations will have to pay — in some cases almost $2,000 each — if they want to cover Barack Obama’s election-night celebration in Chicago.

A memo sent to news organizations on Tuesday by the Obama campaign says credentials will cost $715 to $1,815, depending on whether electrical and phone lines are needed and whether an indoor or outdoor seat is requested for the event, which is expected to be held outside the evening of Nov. 4 in Grant Park.

The only free admissions are for a “general media” area. But, the memo says, “Please note that the general media area is outdoors, unassigned and may have obstructed views . . . standing room only.”

The area also does not include access to top Obama campaign officials, whose statements likely are to be in hot demand on Election Night. They apparently will be available only in the “press file” tent, to which an additional admission fee of $935 per person is being imposed.

Obama aides declined to answer questions about why a campaign that raised $150 million in the month of September is demanding such payments. But the memo already is drawing some protest.

In her blog on the Chicago Sun-Times’ Web site, Lynn Sweet, the paper’s veteran Washington bureau chief, termed the memo “an outrageous pay-to-play plan that caters to national elite (media) outlets.”

While many reporters can do without the electricity, Internet access, food and other items that come with some event prices, they must “crave” access, and for that they will have to pay, Ms. Sweet wrote.

One Obama spokesman privately likened the Chicago event to how coverage is arranged at national political conventions. But at both the Democratic and GOP conventions this summer, news organizations had to pay extra only if they wanted a dedicated phone line. Most credentials came with assigned seats, all were indoors with views of the stage and all were free.

A spokesman later said that the fees will only pay the costs of, for instance, building risers with a view of the stage. He also said that since the file tent will be located in the middle of the general media area, reporters will be able to stop and question any senior aides who are traveling to the file tent. The tent will include no “spin room” for briefings, the spokesman added.

Media traditionally are charged for out-of-pocket costs in traveling with campaigns. For instance, those accompanying Mr. Obama and GOP nominee John McCain around the country pay their own hotel bills and a fee for air fare. But a fee rarely if ever is charged for the coverage itself.

Wild Thing's comment..........

Unbelievable. Obama's charging the media to cover his concession speech. These dopes will pay too.

So it looks like front row seats for the freak show are expensive.

This is how this Barack Hussein Obama will run the country: Pay for play. A sitting US Senator and would-be president CHARGING the media for access.

The only good news out of this is that the lap-dog media that has done its level best to turn this from an election to a coronation is now seeing exactly what is about to happen: You have all the access you want as log as the money changes hands at the time and in he amounts we demand.

Obama campaign is almost flaunting their election-night celebration planning process.

He is actually doing this to the media that has done their best to give the election to him. LMAO

Does this mean that Chris Mathews will have to pay to get that warm tingle up his leg???

wish he would start his own country and get the heck out of ours. This gets more unbelievable every day.

Waterboarded or pay to see Obama up close and personal........


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Obama Reiterating That He’s a Socialist Has Crowd Chanting "We want Pie"

"We want Pie!"..."We want Pie!"...."We want Pie!"....."We want Pie!"......."We want Pie!"

The Wall Street Journal

In Miami, he responded to McCain’s criticism that his economic plan amounts to redistributing wealth and dividing up a static economic pie rather than expanding the pie. “After eight years of Bush and McCain economics, the pie is shrinking, and what’s left of the pie has been eaten by millionaires and billionaires,” he declared. “Everyone here wants some pie.”

To that, the crowd struck up the chant, “We want pie! We want pie!”

Wild Thing's comment............

This is an excellent example of the socialist mentality. And gosh why didn't they ask for ask for lobster and Iranian cavier. heh heh

LOL As Glenn Beck said the other day, “Make your own Pie! America is a freakin bakery!”

You know all this socialsim thinking of these Obama voters, I am really ashamed that these people are Americans!!!!

This Barack Hussein Obama commie rally was next door to a Miami Heat game and he had the rally just before the game. My guess is they gave away free tickets to the game if you showed up for the rally. The park will not hold 30,000 too. Downtown Miami is close to Black neighborhoods , so drawing 30,000 people is not that big a deal. My guess is he pulled 10,000 and probably 5,000 were going to the Heat game right next to the park.

I tried to find a video of the chanting but they don't have one. The only video's from Miami are Obama and his hate filled speech about McCain and Palin.
But look at this below.............Barack and Michelle are both using Pie as a mantra.

...(West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania about the current status of the economic turmoil happening across the world and pie... in fact Barack Obama sets a Philadelphia record for most times Pie is mentioned in one story under 100 seconds!!)......

Michelle Obama used the pie analogy too. "Someone is going to have to give up a piece of their pie so that someone else can have more."...quote by Michelle Obama

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Barack Hussein Obama's Indebtedness To Extremist Islam

By Daniel Pipes


The title of the article is : Would Obama Pass a Standard Security Clearance?

I have posted on this I thnk last week but this one is by Daniel Pipes and is excellent and has another take on it too with added information that is really good to know. ---- Wild Thing

With Colin Powell now repeating the lie that Barack Obama has "always been a Christian," despite new information further confirming Obama's Muslim childhood (such as the Indonesian school registration listing him as Muslim), one watches with dismay as the Democratic candidate manages to hide the truth on this issue.

Instead, then, let us review a related subject – Obama's connections and even indebtedness, throughout his career, to extremist Islam. Specifically, he has longstanding, if indirect ties to two institutions, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), listed by the U.S. government in 2007 as an unindicted co-conspirator in a Hamas-funding trial; and the Nation of Islam (NoI), condemned by the Anti-Defamation League for its "consistent record of racism and anti-Semitism."

Kenny Gamble, or Luqman Abdul-Haqq, "amir" of the United Muslim Movement.

Louis Farrakhan, who calls Obama "the Messiah."

First, Obama's ties to Islamists:

The Khalid al-Mansour connection: According to former Manhattan Borough president Percy Sutton, Al-Mansour "was raising money for" Obama's expenses at Harvard Law School. Al-Mansour, a black American (né Don Warden), became advisor to Saudi prince Al-Walid bin Talal, CAIR's largest individual donor. Al-Mansour holds standard Islamist views: he absolves the Islamist government in Sudan of sponsoring slavery, he denies a Jewish tie to Jerusalem, and he wrote a booklet titled "Americans Beware! The Zionist Plot Against S. Arabia." (Both Obama and al-Mansour deny Sutton's account.)
The Kenny Gamble (also known as Luqman Abdul-Haqq) connection: Gamble, a once-prominent pop music producer, cut the ribbon to the Obama campaign headquarters housed in a south Philadelphia building he owns. Gamble is an Islamist who buys large swaths of real estate in Philadelphia to create a Muslim-only residential area. Also, as the self-styled "amir" of the United Muslim Movement, he has many links to Islamist organizations, including CAIR and the Muslim Alliance in North America. (MANA's "amir" is Siraj Wahhaj, an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing.)
The Mazen Asbahi connection: The Obama campaign's first Muslim outreach coordinator resigned after it came to light that he had served on the board of a subsidiary of the Saudi-sponsored North American Islamic Trust, with Jamal Said, another unindicted co-conspirator in the 2007 Hamas funding trial. Asbahi has ties to CAIR's Chicago and Detroit offices, to the Islamic Society of North America, yet another unindicted co-conspirator in the Hamas funding trial, and to other Islamist organizations.
The Minha Husaini connection: The campaign's second Muslim outreach coordinator has an Islamist background, having served as an intern in the Muslim Public Service Network. Immediately upon her appointment by Obama, she met with a group of about thirty Muslims including such notorious figures as CAIR's Nihad Awad; the Muslim American Society's Mahdi Bray, who has publicly supported the Hamas and Hezbollah terrorist groups; and Johari Abdul Malik of the Dar Al-Hijrah Mosque in Falls Church, Va., who has advised American Muslims: "You can blow up bridges, but you cannot kill people who are innocent on their way to work."

Second, Obama's ties to the Nation of Islam:

Obama's long-time donor and ally Antoin "Tony" Rezko partnered for nearly three decades with Jabir Herbert Muhammad, a son of NoI leader Elijah Muhammad, and says he gave Jabir and his family "millions of dollars over the years." Rezko also served as executive director of the Muhammad Ali Foundation, a rogue organization that, without Ali's permission, exploited the name of this CAIR awardee.

Jeremiah Wright, Obama's esteemed pastor for twenty years, came out of a Nation background, recently he accepted protection from an NoI security detail, and has praised Louis Farrakhan, the NoI's leader, as one of the "giants of the African American religious experience." Wright's church celebrated Farrakhan for his having "truly epitomized greatness."

Farrakhan himself endorsed Obama, calling him "the hope of the entire world," "one who can lift America from her fall," and even "the Messiah."

That Obama's biography touches so frequently on such unsavory organizations as CAIR and the Nation of Islam should give pause. How many of politicians have a single tie to either group, much less seven of them? John McCain charitably calls Obama "a person you do not have to be scared [of] as president of the United States," but Obama's multiple links to anti-Americans and subversives mean he would fail the standard security clearance process for Federal employees.

Islamic aggression represents America's strategic enemy; Obama's many insalubrious connections raise grave doubts about his fitness to serve as America's commander-in-chief.

Wild Thing's comment..........

I don't think I will ever understand why information like this does not matter to people deciding who to vote for. Including all the other things we have found out about Obama.

Can there be so many in our country that are pro Muslim, or pro terrorists? The media, most of it anyway had mocked the information about Ayers and the terrorists groups that have endorsed Obama and his money coming in from very questionable groups against America.

Are we overrun by Socialists and communists or just totally determined people to remain ignorant.

There is something inside of me that thinks that many of those saying they will vote for Obama will stand there in the voting booth and just before they mark Obama's name will have a gut wrenching second thought of the facts they have heard, the doubt it has put in their minds, the knowledge that America HAS been the best, most awesome country in the entire world....... and then they will see there is no way they can vote for this phone, liar, communist wanna be dictator whose idea of change is from Capitalism and land of the free and home of the brave to Socialism and communism, and people being terrified to say what their thoughts are for fear of being arrested.

America is awesome and there is a strength to her, we have fought off things before and this may be a HUGE one this time, we can do it and must never give up.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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John Bolton Talks About Joe Biden's Remarks and Obama

Senator McCain at a rally this morning in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, talking about Biden.

MCCAIN: Senator Biden told their campaign donors that when that crisis hit, they would have to stand with them because it wouldn't be apparent that Senator Obama would have the right response! Forget apparent. We know Senator Obama won't have the right response. (cheers and applause) We've seen the wrong response from him over and over during this campaign. He opposed the surge strategy that is bringing us victory in Iraq and will bring us victory in Afghanistan. (cheers and whistles) He said he would sit down unconditionally with the world's worst dictators. (boos) When Russia invaded Georgia, Senator Obama said the invaded country, Georgia -- a small, teeny country -- should show restraint. He's been wrong on all of them.

And here is what Gov. Sarah Palin had to say.

PALIN: I guess the looming crisis that most worries the Obama campaign right now is Joe Biden's next speaking engagement. (laughter) The real problem is that these warnings from Joe Biden are similar to his earlier assessment. Remember, throughout the primary -- it wasn't that long ago -- he said, Barack Obama wasn't up to the job, he's not ready to be president. He said, I quote, "The presidency is not something that lends itself to on-the-job training." The same Joe Biden said he would be "honored to run" on the ticket with John McCain because, he said, "the country would be better off with John McCain."

Wild Thing's comment.........

What a HUGE difference in our side and the socialist, communist, marxist side. I would hate to get up in the morning if I thought like the left does.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:45 AM | Comments (4)

October 21, 2008

Sarah Palin Rally in Colorado

According to Mesa County Republicans the rally drew 22,000 people making it the biggest in Grand Junction's history.

Piper Palin, 7, center, peaks around her father, Todd, right, as her sister, Willow, back, looks on while Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin talks before a crowd at a baseball field in Grand Junction, Colo., Monday, Oct. 20, 2008

Piper Palin, daughter of Republican vice presidential candidate Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, hands out Halloween candy on the plane as her mother arrives to speak in Grand Junction, Colo., Monday, Oct. 20, 2008

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Obama Supporters Heckle at McCain Rally

Obama Supporters heckle McCain Supporters at McCain Rally at Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio

Wild Thing's comment........

Obama's webstie tells his followers to go to the McCain/Palin rallies so they are. I am glad the lady doing the video asked tem about policies hahaha and also why were they there and why couldn't they let McCain/Paliln have their own rallies and leave them alone. Of course NONE of the questions could be answered. hahahaa

That man was awful, he even hit the woman with his sign. Sheesh. He couldn't answer anything either.

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October 20, 2008

Joe Biden Terrified of An Obama Presidency and Shows How McCain Is Better In Crisis!

This one is an updated video has a few more statements included but a little harder to hear.

Biden to Supporters: "Gird Your Loins", For the Next President "It's Like Cleaning Augean Stables"

abc news

Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., on Sunday guaranteed that if elected, Sen. Barack Obama., D-Ill., will be tested by an international crisis within his first six months in power and he will need supporters to stand by him as he makes tough, and possibly unpopular, decisions.

"Mark my words," the Democratic vice presidential nominee warned at the second of his two Seattle fundraisers Sunday. "It will not be six months before the world tests Barack Obama like they did John Kennedy. The world is looking. We're about to elect a brilliant 47-year-old senator president of the United States of America. Remember I said it standing here if you don't remember anything else I said. Watch, we're gonna have an international crisis, a generated crisis, to test the mettle of this guy."
"I can give you at least four or five scenarios from where it might originate," Biden said to Emerald City supporters, mentioning the Middle East and Russia as possibilities. "And he's gonna need help. And the kind of help he's gonna need is, he's gonna need you - not financially to help him - we're gonna need you to use your influence, your influence within the community, to stand with him. Because it's not gonna be apparent initially, it's not gonna be apparent that we're right."

Not only will the next administration have to deal with foreign affairs issues, Biden warned, but also with the current economic crisis.

"Gird your loins," Biden told the crowd. "We're gonna win with your help, God willing, we're gonna win, but this is not gonna be an easy ride. This president, the next president, is gonna be left with the most significant task. It's like cleaning the Augean stables, man. This is more than just, this is more than – think about it, literally, think about it – this is more than just a capital crisis, this is more than just markets. This is a systemic problem we have with this economy."
"I've forgotten more about foreign policy than most of my colleagues know, so I'm not being falsely humble with you. I think I can be value added, but this guy has it," the Senate Foreign Relations chairman said of Obama. "This guy has it. But he's gonna need your help. Because I promise you, you all are gonna be sitting here a year from now going, 'Oh my God, why are they there in the polls? Why is the polling so down? Why is this thing so tough?' We're gonna have to make some incredibly tough decisions in the first two years. So I'm asking you now, I'm asking you now, be prepared to stick with us. Remember the faith you had at this point because you're going to have to reinforce us."
"There are gonna be a lot of you who want to go, 'Whoa, wait a minute, yo, whoa, whoa, I don't know about that decision'," Biden continued. "Because if you think the decision is sound when they're made, which I believe you will when they're made, they're not likely to be as popular as they are sound. Because if they're popular, they're probably not sound."

Biden emphasized that the mountainous Afghanistan-Pakistan border is of particular concern, with Osama bin Laden "alive and well" and Pakistan "bristling with nuclear weapons."

"You literally can see what these kids are up against, our kids in that region," Biden said in recalling when his helicopter was forced down due to a snowstorm there. "The place is crawling with al Qaeda. And it's real."
"We do not have the military capacity, nor have we ever, quite frankly, in the last 20 years, to dictate outcomes," he cautioned. "It's so much more important than that. It's so much more complicated than that. And Barack gets it."

After speaking for just over a quarter of an hour, Biden noticed the media presence in the back of the small ballroom.

"I probably shouldn't have said all this because it dawned on me that the press is here," he joked.
"All kidding aside, these guys have left us in a God-awful place," he then said of the Bush regime, promptly wrapping up his remarks. "We have the ability to straighten it out. It's gonna take a little bit of time, so I ask you to stay with us. Stay with us."

Wild Thing's comment.........

I know Biden is a gaffe machine, but THIS sounds almost like sabotage of the Obama campaign! Keep it coming Joe!!

If the FBI truly is doing a full background on Obama, can you imagine the size of the file and what’s in it? It’s got to scare the living daylights out of the agents doing it.

LOL Biden doing an ad for McCain. The Hamas endorses Obama, the PLO endorses Obama. Now let's see. If you don't want a crisis, elect John McCain, because everybody knows that none of these foreign goverments want to test their luck (they'd be suicidal) by attacking us with McCain at the helm.

Joe Biden, you just torpedoed your candidate!!!

Biden acknowledged that Obama’s lack of foreign-policy experience will provoke America’s enemies into creating an international crisis. Biden apparently thinks this is just terrific. hahaa And it's not just that it's the fact that Barack Hussein Obama hates America and hates capitalism, and sympathizes with our enemies, and wants to see America taken down a peg because it is still predominantly white and capitalistic.

Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., on Sunday guaranteed that if elected, Sen. Barack Obama., D-Ill., will be tested by an international crisis within his first six months in power and he will need supporters to stand by him as he makes tough, and possibly unpopular, decisions.

“Mark my words,” the Democratic vice presidential nominee warned at the second of his two Seattle fundraisers Sunday. “It will not be six months before the world tests Barack Obama like they did John Kennedy. The world is looking. We’re about to elect a brilliant 47-year-old senator president of the United States of America. Remember I said it standing here if you don’t remember anything else I said. Watch, we’re gonna have an international crisis, a generated crisis, to test the mettle of this guy.”

Remember I said it standing here if you don’t remember anything else I said. Watch, we’re gonna have an international crisis, a generated crisis, to test the mettle of this guy.”

Not a genuine crisis, but a generated one ... when it occurs, we'd better have the demands of what did 0bama know and when did he know it -- if this isn't telegraphing, I don't know what is.

Obama’s friends, the sleeper cells, are ready and waiting to do their part.

And another thought, is this Biden's idea of preparing everyone for Martial law or something?

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Janine Turner Supports McCain / Palin and TEAM Sarah

Janine Turner Supports Sarah Palin for VP and has an invtiation for anyone that would like to show support for Sarah Palin for VP to join TEAM Sarah.

On FOX, Sun, 19 Oct 2008 Actress Janine Turner applauds Sarah Palin's pioneer spirit...CLICK TO SEE VIDEO.

The video is excellent.

Transcript is digital so there are just a couple of missing words.:

We're gonna go here you don't never that popular show northern exposure where you fan of the show up there in Alaska to to. -- amazing that Alaska is back in the press you'd be shocked by that but now actress Janine Turner who was all macho is getting involved with politics at a different level.

And supporting Governor Sarah Palin she's joining us live this morning to talk about that good morning team.

"It's very already. Yet what it was very funny securities. Well let's go beyond just the comedy for a minute let's talk some politics here you obviously throwing his support behind governor -- what is it about her what is it about the politics of personality that has drawn you to."

Janine Turner:

"Well I think that she is a political star and I am I am very excited about her and if she's intelligent. She -- leader she's made executive decisions she's our first scene now Republican vice presidential nominee and I'm just thrilled about it I'm better recently in Dallas as well. And I think she's she's got character and chief. I am so tired at the the flat device sadness that partisan politics. And I'm thrilled that she will actually stand up against her own party and -- cost the I'll just like. Senator McCain well I want -- For the next four years in in Washington DC I don't want anymore of this poison. Partisan politics -- we have Obama. With Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi -- shudder at the thought."

"..very good argument in terms of character in terms of surveillance policy. But let's be honest is this really just because she's from Alaska and northern exposure."

Janine Turner:

" I've loved northern exposure I love the show and of course it was shot in Washington based in Alaska but what is it about the people of Alaska that was made that shows so successful and you see a lot of that in sooner -- care."

"When you do and what I think there Halen record is -- Independent fiery intelligence -- it. That's indicative of what our country was based on what are we were born and that type of -- the pioneer spear it. And -- Alaska at the last frontier. Is says she's bringing that back the -- in the asses what America's all about and we need her office sweetness meter."

You are brave woman in Hollywood to come out and -- be so public about your support of the Republican ticket and Sarah -- and we really thank you for getting up early this morning and sharing your thoughts on her with us.

Janine Turner:

"And she's absolutely loved and -- you can visit TEAM Sarah if you want to support -- grassroots -- and that's not all."

And that's not all Janine of course currently starring in TV series Friday night lights that's why she's up early she's -- On Friday night and her book all holding her head high is the best seller we've talked about that on the show there's look at the cover Janine Turner thanks for joining us this morning.

Janine Turner:

"Thank you it's a real pleasure."

TEAM Sarah

Team Sarah is a diverse coalition of women and men dedicated to advancing Sarah Palin's Vice Presidential candidacy.

Janine Turner was a regular on the TV series " Northern Exposure"

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Her Hero Sarah!

At the McCain/Palin rally in Virginia Beach..........Sarah Palin Autographs my Prosthetic Leg

Her hero Sarah: compassion in action

By Rebekah Curtis


I’m a 22-year-old amputee and have had a lot of health and mobility problems over the past couple of years. I just got a new leg and am finally getting back on my feet. (Pun intended!) Even a few weeks ago, standing for fairly short periods of time was impossible without a lot of pain. At the McCain/Palin rally in Virginia Beach Oct.13, my family stood for around eight hours straight, and I wasn’t any more sore than anyone else. But that wasn’t what made the day one of the happiest of my life.

We arrived at four in the morning and were the first in line, out of an estimated 25,000. Since we were in front, we were able to rush like mad when they opened up the area around the stage, so we were only about six or eight feet from it. I had a special request for Governor Palin, if I was lucky enough to meet her.
Courtesy photo Gov. Sarah Palin signing a prosthetic leg belonging to Rebekah Curtis of Chesapeake, Va.

After the speeches, when Sarah walked down the stairs, my mom’s was the first hand she shook. People were already crowding in and shoving things at her to sign, and she started to move away. I was so disappointed, but Mom grabbed her hand and asked her if she would grant my request — to sign my leg. She kept moving, and Mom said, “Sarah!” one last time, and this time asked her to sign my artificial leg. Ha.

Sarah’s face lit up and she said, “Oh, yeah, okay!” She told us she’d never been asked to do that yet. There were several Secret Service men (and one incredibly dour woman) on every side, scowling the way they do, so I jokingly asked her if her guys would pounce on me if I took my leg off and tried to hand it to her, and she threw her head back and laughed. I gave it to her, and she asked how I lost my leg. I told her it was due to a congenital defect, and she said, “Bless your heart.” She pronounced my leg “beautiful,” and asked me where she should sign.

(By the way, there is also a video on Youtube of Gov. Palin signing my leg. It’s at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imkBID_YOFw , or search for “Governor Palin Autographs My Prosthetic Leg.” We were in such close quarters that the visual is all over the place at times, but you can see most of what’s going on and hear everything.)

I thought she’d hurriedly autograph one ankle, but she signed “Sarah” on one side, then turned it around and signed “Palin” on the other. It was all I could do to keep from turning into a weepy mess — and I would have if I’d looked to either side and realized Mom and one of my sisters were crying.

She said, “I am so honored that you would let me do that!” then gave me a hug and asked my name. I stepped back into my leg, and she leaned over the barricade to check it out, and said I looked beautiful and was inspiring.

I just barely managed, “So are you!” before I started crying, and she said, “Thank you!” and then hugged Mom, too.

When I initially shared the story with some friends who are politically to the left of myself, I said I couldn’t explain why I see a totally different person than a lot of them see when they look at Governor Palin, and I didn’t particularly care to try as I didn’t want to argue. What I see is someone who radiates love and compassion, someone who reminds me of my mother and other wonderful women in my life, someone who makes me want to do great things.

What I wish I’d been able to tell her is that the major reason I consider her a hero is the way she stands in stark contrast to the false compassion of our day, in which otherwise good people believe love means trying to eliminate suffering by doling out death like it’s the ultimate gift.

Modern humanitarians think, “I wouldn’t want to live like that,” and they never have a chance to see that (as Gov. Palin said in her RNC speech) with a special challenge comes a special joy. Even when we can’t see those special joys right away, our faith lets us trust we will see suffering turned right-side-out someday.

I would still be here if my parents had known about my leg before I was born, because my mother is a lot like Sarah Palin, and they both have a heart like Our Lady, Mary: wise and brave; one that “ponders all these things,” when “all these things” includes the promise “a sword shall pierce your own heart, too.”

But thousands of babies with my condition and others — cleft palate, club foot, Down syndrome, etc. — never get the chance to live.

In response to people who said it would have been better if a certain disabled little girl had never been born, the great Southern author Flannery O’Conner wrote, “In the absence of faith, we govern by tenderness. And tenderness leads to the gas chamber.”

If Flannery had lived to see Roe vs. Wade and its effects, I think she would have added “abortion clinic.”

Flannery knew about pain, suffering, and disability — she died of lupus when she was only 39 years old. She lived her adult life dying, and knowing it, and you know how she wrote about it? “I have never been anywhere but sick. In a sense sickness is a place ... and it’s always a place where nobody can follow. Sickness before death is a very appropriate thing and I think those who don’t have it miss one of God’s mercies.”

Sickness and disability aren’t one and the same, but they share that quality of being a place apart — and a mercy, if only we let them.

Wild Thing's comment.......

Sarah Palin is the real thing. God bless Rebekah for writing about this experience. There is a lot of this going on and the McCain campaign does not trumpet it about...but the people involved do, and I am grateful they do.

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Obama A Thug ~ "I want you to argue with them and get in their face" Ah But There Is More....

Today is the anniversary of the day Ayers friends killed a security guard and 2 police officers. - October 20, 1981

Obama's Foul Weather Friends


Second Source

Third Source:

Ayer’s wife, Weather Underground leader Bernadine Dohrn, she’s even more sinister than Ayers, and her sister, Jennifer Dohrn is shown verifying and supporting Dohrns voice telling Americans they will be attacked in the documentary.

Bernadine Dohrn’s sister, Jennifer Dohrn was married to the lawyer for the Black Panthers and was a professor at Columbia at the same time that Obama was at Columbia.

1981 Obama transfers from Occidental to Columbia for his junior year and moves to NYC. He lives at 339 E. 94th St with roommate Sohale Siddiqi.

Bernadine Dohrn made numerous contacts with Fidel Castro’s Cuban Mission at the UN in 1968 and 1969, during which time she arranged for SDS groups to visit Havana.

After returning from Cuba, Dohrn and others met with North Vietnamese and Viet Cong representatives in Budapest, Hungary, to discuss antiwar strategy on US campuses. Speaking a few days later at an assembly of revolutionary student movements at Columbia University, Dohrn reported that the Vietnamese communists she met in Budapest were working with US GIs in Saigon, attempting to obtain military information.

Obama has been less than forthcoming with information that might shed light on these close associations in his past. Until quite recently, researchers have been blocked from accessing the document archives of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge, now held at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

This delay has provided ample time to review and quite possibly sanitize the contents. When Klonsky was identified online earlier this year, all his posts at Obama's website were instantly deleted. Documentation concerning many aspects of Obama's life remains unavailable, including papers from his time in college and law school, medical records, law firm clients, and files as an Illinois State Senator.

Obama's campaign attorney has tried to suppress a TV ad that calls attention to his connection with Ayers, threatening the broadcast licenses of TV station managers and calling for the Justice Department to prosecute those who produced and financed the ad.

Throughout his life, Barack Obama has selected his mentors from the ranks of those who despise the United States. This common thread connects Hawaiian Communist Party organizer Frank Marshall Davis, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright ("God bless America? No, no... God DAMN America!") and the former Weatherman leaders, Ayers and Dohrn.

In 1981, former Weather Underground members along with a few former Black Panthers are arrested in association with the robbery of a Brinks armored truck 20 miles north of Manhattan. A guard is killed and the driver is wounded. $1.6 million is recovered.

One of the Weather Underground members arrested for the Brinks crime is Kathy Boudin, along with her boyfriend David Gilbert. Boudin is sentenced to 20 years-to-life. Boudin and Gilbert leave behind a 14-month-old son, Chesa Boudin, who ends up being raised by Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn while his parents live in prison.

One of the former Black Panthers arrested in connection with the Brinks robbery is Nathaniel Burns, a member of the Black Liberation Army. Burns is also known as Sekou Odinga. Burns/Odinga is sentenced to 25 years-to-life for attempted murder of a police officer. (ODINGA, sound familiar?...also the last name of Obama's half brother)Obama’s Muslim-radical relative, Odinga

The perps of the Brinks robbery rented cars using information obtained from the records of Broadway Baby day care. Manager of Broadway Baby at the time? Bernardine Dohrn!! ( source)

Obama and Ayers later end up collaborating on several controversial projects in Chicago.

They work together to grant funds to Rashid Khalidi, Trinity United Church of Christ, and ACORN, among other “worthy” recipients.

Ayers and Dohrn host a soirée at their home to launch young Barack’s political career. (But we’re now to believe that Barack did not know that Ayers and Dohrn created and starred in the Weather Underground, for which they were tried as criminals.) However it was ruled that the Government’s case was based on illegal wiretaps. Stupid rules!!! So that is why many did not go to jail at all and the ones that did like Dohrn only went for a short time.

“The ties between Dohrn and Barack and Michelle Obama may run deep. From 1984-1988, Dohrn worked at Sidley & Austin, a law firm, which is also where Obama and his wife Michelle worked and met. “For three years after law school, Michelle worked as an associate in the area of marketing and intellectual property at Chicago law firm Sidley and Austin, where she met Barack Obama,” the official Obama campaign website reports. But it says nothing about meeting or knowing Dohrn.”

Valerie Jarrett, was Michele Obama’s boss. She is now Obama’s chief advisor and he does not make any major decisions without talking to her first. Where was Jarrett born? Ready for this? Shiraz, Iran!

Valerie Bowman Jarrett (born 1956) is a Chicago lawyer, businesswoman, and civic leader. She is a senior advisor to 2008 Democratic U.S. Presidential candidate Barack Obama. Valerie Bowman was born on November 14, 1956 in Shiraz, Iran,

Amazing Ayers Audio unearthed from the very same week Obama worked directly with Ayers!
Extremist Ayers and Obama match almost word for word on major issues.

Ayers says everyone around him knows his views, he doesn't hide them!


Compare this:

Weather Underground Mark Rudd, “Gut Check - challenge each other to be more violent”

And Obama:

In Elko, Obama tried to anticipate his critics and called on the crowd of about 1,500 to sharpen their elbows, too.

"I'm skinny but I'm tough," he says.

"I need you to go out and talk to your friends and talk to your neighbors. I want you to talk to them whether they are independent or whether they are Republican. I want you to argue with them and get in their face," he said.

"And if they tell you that, 'Well, we're not sure where he stands on guns.' I want you to say, 'He believes in the Second Amendment.' If they tell you, 'Well, he's going to raise your taxes,' you say, 'No, he's not, he's going lower them.' You are my ambassadors. You guys are the ones who can make the case."

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Gadhafi "Says Arab world campaign contributions "may enable him Obama to win U.S. presidency"

Mideast leader: Obama a Muslim who studied in Islamic schools

Says Arab world campaign contributions 'may enable him to win U.S. presidency'


Sen. Barack Obama is a Muslim of Kenyan origins who studied in Islamic schools and whose campaign may have been financed by people in the Islamic and African worlds, Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi said during a recent televised national rally.

"There are elections in America now. Along came a black citizen of Kenyan African origins, a Muslim, who had studied in an Islamic school in Indonesia. His name is Obama," said Gadhafi in little-noticed remarks he made at a rally marking the anniversary of the 1986 U.S. air raid on his country.

All the people in the Arab and Islamic world and in Africa applauded this man," continued Gadhafi. "They welcomed him and prayed for him and for his success, and they may have even been involved in legitimate contribution campaigns to enable him to win the American presidency.

"We are hoping that this black man will take pride in his African and Islamic identity, and in his faith, and that [he will know] that he has rights in America, and that he will change America from evil to good, and that America will establish relations that will serve it well with other peoples, especially the Arabs," Gadhafi said.

Gadhafi went on to lament statements Obama made at a June 4 address to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee in which the presidential candidate stated if he is elected president, "Jerusalem would remain the capital of Israel and it must remain undivided."

But it seems Gadhafi was not aware that the next day, during a CNN appearance, Obama explained he meant Jerusalem shouldn't be physically divided with a partition and was not referring to the city remaining in exclusively Jewish hands.

Stated Gadhafi: "But we were taken by surprise when our African Kenyan brother [Obama], who is an American national, made statements (about Jerusalem) that shocked all his supporters in the Arab world, in Africa, and in the Islamic world.

"We hope that this is merely an elections 'clearance sale,' as they say in Egypt - in other words, merely an elections lie. As you know, this is the farce of elections - a person lies and lies to people, just so that they will vote for him, and afterwards, when they say to him, 'You promised this and that,' he says: 'No, this was just elections propaganda.' This is the farce of democracy for you. He says: 'This was propaganda, and you thought I was being serious. I was fooling you to get your votes.'

"Allah willing, it will turn out that this was merely elections propaganda. Obama said he would turn Jerusalem into the eternal capital of the Israelis. This indicates that our brother Obama is ignorant of international politics, and is not familiar with the Middle East conflict," Gadhafi said.

Gadhafi went on to express his hope if elected Obama will implement a "one state solution" to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, meaning Israel would be flooded with millions of Palestinian Arabs who would terminate the country's Jewish nationality.

He said he was worried Obama may have a "black inferiority complex" whereby he may enact "white men" policies to prove he is no different from "white" America.

"The thing we fear most is that the black man suffers from an inferiority complex. This is dangerous. If our brother Obama feels that because he is black he doesn't have the right to rule America, this would be a disaster, because such a feeling would make him act whiter than the white, and go to an extreme in his persecution and degradation of the blacks.

"We say to him: Brother, the whites and blacks in America are equal. They are all immigrants. America belongs neither to the whites nor to the blacks. America belongs to its original inhabitants, the Indians. Both the whites and the blacks immigrated to America, and so they are equal, and Obama has the right to hold his head high, and say: 'I am a partner in America. This is my land as much as it is yours. If it is not my land, it is not yours either. It is the land of the Indians. You are immigrants, and so are we.'"

Obama was 'quite religious in Islam'

Obama repeatedly has denied he is a Muslim. His campaign site states: "Senator Obama has never been a Muslim, was not raised as a Muslim, and is a committed Christian."

But as WND has reported, public records in Indonesia listed Obama as a Muslim during his early years, and a number of childhood friends claimed to the media Obama was once a mosque-attending Muslim.

Obama's campaign several times has wavered in response to reporters queries regarding the senator's childhood faith.

Commenting on a recent Los Angeles Times report quoting a childhood friend stating Obama prayed in a mosque "something the presidential candidate said he never did," Obama's campaign released a statement explaining the senator "has never been a practicing Muslim."

In a free-ranging interview with the New York Times, Obama described the Muslim call to prayer as "one of the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset."

The Times' Nicholos Kristof wrote Obama recited, "with a first-class [Arabic] accent," the opening lines of the Muslim call to prayer.

The first few lines of the call to prayer state:

Allah is Supreme!
Allah is Supreme!
Allah is Supreme! Allah is Supreme!
I witness that there is no god but Allah
I witness that there is no god but Allah
I witness that Muhammad is his prophet ...

For the rest of the article continue here..........WND

Wild Thing's comment............

I have posted about Gadhafi calling him a Muslim before, but this one adds in about the money coming in to Obama for hsi campaign from ARABS!

Obama campaign refused to release specifics of $100 million plus received in "small amounts" from foreign contributors.

And then there is all of this going on with Obama as well.

Several reports now of CREDIT CARD FRAUD in connection with Obama Donations, blatant, outright ILLEGAL OVERSEAS DONATIONS, etc,etc.

Obama is running the most CORRUPT Campaign ever run in AMERICAN HISTORY, and our media is willfully ignoring it.

....Thank you Mark for sending thia to me.

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Racist Obama Says He Wants An "African-American Senate Successor Appointed"

Obama Said To Want African-American Senate Successor Appointed

Chicago Sun-Times

Sneed hears Barack Obama wants an African American to fill his U.S. Senate seat if he wins the presidency.

U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. wants the spot.

That places Gov. Blagojevich, who is charged with selecting Obama's replacement, in a tricky place.

• To wit: Sneed hears Gov. Blago, who dismisses reports of a federal probe, wants to run for office again -- and believes replacing Barack with an African American is a smart political move. But he is being urged to select state Sen. Donne Trotter, a close friend of Obama mentor/Senate President Emil Jones, to fill the spot.

• Another dilemma: Sneed is also told U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin, who is this/close to Obama and was a major Obama supporter from the get-go, is pitching to have state veteran affairs chief Tammy Duckworth fill Obama's spot, and had the ear of Gov. Blago until recently. Blago is also a big Duckworth fan.

Wild Thing's comment..........

Can you imagine the fury that would surround the McCain campaign if John McCain was referenced as wanting a white American selected to take his seat by Arizona's governor if he were elected?

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Gov.Sarah Palin and Her Personal Faith ~ God Bless Sarah

Sarah Palin talks about her personal faith and how unfortunate that faith has been mocked this election.

Wild Thing's comment.........

This is how it should be, a natural and sincere and authentic person running for office. Speaking from her heart about her Faith. Thank God for Sarah Palin. Thank God that John McCain chose Sarah for his VP. Prayers for all of them.

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October 19, 2008

Colin Powell Endorses Obama (Racism and Terrorist Ayers)

First let's take a look back and see what ole Powell said about Obama:

September 15, 2008


"Colin Powell, the first African-American Secretary of State, said this afternoon that electing an African-American US president would be “electrifying” for the world, but he said he still remains undecided between McCain and Obama."

And now for today, October 19th, 2008

Colin Powell endorses Obama


Former Secretary of State Colin Powell announced Sunday that he will be voting for Sen. Barack Obama, citing the Democrat's "ability to inspire" and the "inclusive nature of his campaign." Former Secretary of State Colin Powell says he is voting for Barack Obama.

Powell, a retired U.S. general and a Republican, was once seen as a possible presidential candidate himself.

Powell said he questioned Sen. John McCain's judgment in picking Gov. Sarah Palin as his running mate because he doesn't think she is ready to be president.

He also said he was disappointed with some of McCain's campaign tactics, such as bringing up Obama's ties to former 1960s radical Bill Ayers.

"I think that's inappropriate. I understand what politics is about -- I know how you can go after one another, and that's good. But I think this goes too far, and I think it has made the McCain campaign look a little narrow. It's not what the American people are looking for," he said.

Powell said he has some concerns about the direction of the Republican Party, adding that it has "moved more to the right than I would like to see it."

Obama called Powell earlier Sunday and thanked him for his endorsement, communications director Robert Gibbs said.

In their 10-minute conversation, Obama said he looked forward to taking advantage of Powell's advice in the next two weeks and hopefully over the next four years, Gibbs said.

Followers of HO-bama


Wild Thing's comment......

I haven’t trusted Colin Powell for a long time , in fact since Bush was running against Gore and Powell made the announcement he would he thrilled to be in either of their cabinets, so this isn’t really a surprise! BUT what a jerk! No loyalty whatsoever! He would be NOTHING if it hadn’t been for Republicans! What a POS!

And I remember when Bush won that election, and Bush put Powell in his cabinet, Powell made a statement in his press conference all about how he was for affirmative action. That made it pretty clear he was more a democrat then anything else.

Powell has also described the Iraq war a failure, declared in front of an Arab audience that the US is losing the war and called the run-up of the war based on lies. He is an abysmal failure and traitor of the level of Wesley Clark. Puke.

"Powell said he questioned Sen. John McCain’s judgment in picking Gov. Sarah Palin as his running mate because he doesn’t think she is ready to be president.”

What in the world is he on. Sarah Palin doesn't have enough experience, but Obama does...?

And by saying electing a black president would be “electrifying” he’s told everyone race is more important to him than the state of the country.

A man who fought Communists in Vietnam is now supporting and endorsing a Communist. Amazing.

Colin Powell the prince of unearned “gravitas.”

John McCain is a war hero who endured hell in order to serve the American people. He did some things I never can forgive him for but compared to Obama, McCain/Palin get my vote.

Obama, on the other hand, is a self serving politician who has never sacrificed for anyone other than himself. He has a radical background, and is associated with people who hate our great country. For Powell to be upset with McCain because he questioned Obama’s associations is truly perplexing. How can we NOT question Obama’s association with Ayers, Wright, and all of the rest of his extremist friends? If Obama were applying for a low level government job, he would need character witnesses. Why should we ask any less of a man who wants to be CIC?

And, as far as Palin “not being experienced”. Well, she has more experience than Obama does. What Powell really means is that Sarah is too pro-life and too conservative for him to like her.

GRRRRRRRRRRRRRR the more I think of him saying bringing up Ayers is "inappropriate". The angrier I get.

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Sarah's Smile by Lloyd Marcus with "Stop The Obama Tour"

On Tour with Our Country Deserves Better

Sarah Smile -- by Lloyd Marcus

Beautiful and inspirational moment at "Stop Obama Tour" as McCain/Palin supporters show their love for America.

Lloyd Marcus, http://www.LloydMarcus.net, sings a song he wrote about Sarah Palin at Albuquerque Rally supporting John McCain/Palin.

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Barack Hussein Obama Mocks Joe the Plumber

Fred Thompson on his latest visit to Florida Saturday October 18th, 2008

"A Barack Obama presidency would “change the face of this country” with higher taxes and liberal judicial picks. “There will be no stop-gap. Any amount of spending they want, any amount of taxes they want to pass,” he said. “Do you really think if they have the ability and power when they go to Washington they’re going to only raise taxes on 5 percent of the American people?”

And from John McCain:

"The response from Senator Obama and his campaign yesterday was to attack Joe. People are digging through his personal life and he has TV crews camped out in front of his house. He didn't ask for Senator Obama to come to his house. He wasn't recruited or prompted by our campaign. He just asked a question. And Americans ought to be able to ask Senator Obama tough questions without being smeared and targeted with political attacks."

Wild Thing's comment........

Any American who gets within close proximity to Obama should ask a tough question. How many ordinary Americans can Obama’s Goon Squad smear and still smell like roses to the majority of voters?

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An Interview of Sarah Palin's Brother

Sarah Palin's Brother Tells All About Her In Exclusive Interview

Wild Thing's comment.........

Great interview by her brother. Sounds like a nice guy. I really like these people.

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Barack Hussein Obama = Socialist Marxist Have Your Pick

James Pethokoukis

October 16, 2008

U.S. News and World Report

You're kidding me. Barack Obama actually told that Joe the Plumber guy that he wants to "spread the wealth around." What, did Obama just get done reading the Wikipedia entry on Huey "Share the Wealth" Long or something? Was he somehow channeling that left-wing populist from the Depression? Talk about playing into the most extreme stereotype of your party, that it is infested with socialists.

A while back I chatted with a University of Chicago professor who was a frequent lunch companion of Obama's. This professor said that Obama was as close to a full-out Marxist as anyone who has ever run for president of the United States.

Now, I tend to quickly dismiss that kind of talk as way over the top. My working assumption is that Obama is firmly within the mainstream of Democratic politics. But if he is as free with that sort of redistributive philosophy in private as he was on the campaign trail this week, I have no doubt that U of C professor really does figure him as a radical. And after last night's debate, a few more Americans might think that way, too. McCain's best line: "Now, of all times in America, we need to cut people's taxes. We need to encourage business, create jobs, not spread the wealth around."

And by the way, I just noticed that the IBD/TIPP poll, the most accurate in 2004, has McCain down by just 3 points. If the contest is perceived by the voters as a contest between a wealth redistributor and a wealth creator, then it could be a long night come Nov. 4.

And this article:

Investors' Real Fear: A Socialist Tsunami


The Crash: "Why has the market dropped so much?" everyone asks. What is it about the specter of our first socialist president and the end of capitalism as we know it that they don't understand?

The freeze-up of the financial system — and government's seeming inability to thaw it out — are a main concern, no doubt. But more people are also starting to look across the valley, as they say, at what's in store once this crisis passes.

And right now it looks like the U.S., which built the mightiest, most prosperous economy the world has ever known, is about to turn its back on the free-enterprise system that made it all possible.

It isn't only that the most anti-capitalist politician ever nominated by a major party is favored to take the White House. It's that he'll also have a filibuster-proof Congress led by politicians who are almost as liberal.

Throw in a media establishment dedicated to the implementation of a liberal agenda, and the smothering of dissent wherever it arises, and it's no wonder panic has set in.

What is that agenda? It starts with a tax system right out of Marx: A massive redistribution of income — from each according to his ability, to each according to his need — all in the name of "neighborliness," "patriotism," "fairness" and "justice."

It continues with a call for a new world order that turns its back on free trade, has no problem with government controlling the means of production, imposes global taxes to support continents where our interests are negligible, signs on to climate treaties that will sap billions more in U.S. productivity and wealth, and institutes an authoritarian health care system that will strip Americans' freedoms and run up costs.

All the while, it ensures that nothing — absolutely nothing — will be done to secure a sufficient, terror-proof supply of our economic lifeblood — oil — a resource we'll need much more of in the years ahead.

The businesses that create jobs and generate wealth are already discounting the future based on what they know about Obama's plans to raise income, capital gains, dividend and payroll taxes, and his various other economy-crippling policies. Which helps explain why world stock markets have been so topsy-turvy.

But don't take our word for it. One hundred economists, five Nobel winners among them, have signed a letter noting just that:

"The prospect of such tax-rate increases in 2010 is already a drag on the economy," they wrote, noting that the potential of higher taxes in the next year or two is reducing hiring and investment.
It was "misguided tax hikes and protectionism, enacted when the U.S. economy was weak in the early 1930s," the economists remind us, that "greatly increased the severity of the Great Depression."

We can't afford to repeat these grave errors.

Yet much of the electorate is determined to vote for the candidate most likely to make them. If he wins, what we consider to be a crisis in today's economy will be a routine affair in tomorrow's.

Wild Thing's comment..........

This is an excellent article!!! I am glad there are people speaking out about Obama and his agenda. Now I jsut wish these same people would get on the media shows and blast away.

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Minnesota Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann Speaks Out About Anti-American Obama

Michelle Bachmann Hammers Obama for "Anti-American" Associations

October 17, 2008

Video of Minnesota Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann appearing on MSNBC's "Hardball" with Chris Matthews. Matthews confronts Bachmann with McCain Campaign "robo calls" that are being placed in key states which hits Obama for his association with unrepentant terrorist William Ayers. During her response, Bachmann hammered Obama for his pattern of relationships with "anti-American" people like Jeremiah Wright and William Ayers.

Wild Thing's comment..........

Wow! She was great. She needs to keep speaking out and asking the questions the MSM won’t ask. She said every single thing needing to be said about the anti-American sentiments by Obama’s associates and she reminded about his wife finally being proud of her country. She didn’t waiver once .

I’ve just been surfing around YOUTUBE for Michele Bachmann videos. She’s GOT to be GREAT, because those commie libs REALLY hate her. They hate her more than Bush, Palin and Reagan combined!

Right after that exchange, Matthews had on Lynn Sweet, Washington D.C. bureau chief for the Chicago Sun-Times and Jonathan Martin of Politico.com. All three were ripping into Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann for her unAmerican charges. Sweet said she didn't know what she was talking about. Matthews even called it a return to 1950`s McCarthyism.

The left remains unhinged over anyone who says anything negative against the Messiah.

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October 18, 2008

Sarah Palin Rally In Indiana 25,000 Attend

The head of the Republican party in Indiana, said that there were 25,000 at the rally in Indiana.

After watching Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin from afar for months, nearly 25,000 Hoosiers got their first glimpse of the stylish and feisty vice presidential nominee at the Verizon Wireless Music Center on a perfect fall Friday night.
And she didn't disappoint.

"Indiana, soon the choice will be yours to make, and are you ready to help carry this state to victory? Are you ready to make John McCain the next president of the United States of America? Are you ready to send us to Washington, D.C., to shake things up?" she asked.
She said the choice for Hoosiers is between a politician who puts his faith in government and a leader who puts his faith in the citizens.
"It's the choice between a politician who wants to raise taxes and redistribute your hard-earned money according to his priorities, versus a true reformer who wants to lower taxes and create jobs and get this economy going," Palin said.

It was her first visit to Indiana as GOP presidential nominee Sen. John McCain tries to hold onto a state Republicans usually can afford to take for granted.

But his challenger, Democrat Sen. Barack Obama, has been to Indiana six times since the May primary in addition to his wife and running mate stumping here as well. He has also blanketed the state with TV ads.

"My fellow Republicans, enough is enough," said Murray Clark, chairman of the Indiana Republican Party. "Yes, we have been outspent in Indiana. We have been outspent across the nation, but guess what? I don't care how much money he pours into this negative campaign, the thing that is going to win this election is people like you."

The atmosphere was more rock concert than political rally, as students from Ball State University painted "Maverick" on their bare chests and supporters bought pretzels and nachos from the concession stands.

Country music artist Aaron Tippin entertained the crowd with a few songs, including "Kiss This," which he dedicated to Obama.

The gates opened more than five hours before the program began and a line of people snaked as far as one could see, filing into the venue. All 6,000 pavilion seats were filled and thousands more perched on the lawn.

Once Palin took the stage, no one in the crowd sat down for the length of her 30-minute speech.

Palin's speech included a rebuke for Obama's ties to ACORN, a national reform-minded community organization under investigation in a dozen states including Indiana for possible voter registration fraud.

She said a front group for ACORN received money from the Obama campaign and he represented the organization as a lawyer earlier in his career.

"We have to talk about this. It is not mean-spirited and it is not negative campaigning when we talk about someone's record," Palin said. "Americans are entitled to answers before Election Day. We need a little straight talk. These associations are important and they go to the heart of someone's judgment and truthfulness.
"On Election Day you are going to be asked to choose between a candidate who will not disavow a group committing voter fraud and a leader who will not tolerate it."

Palin also invoked "Joe the plumber" from Ohio who took center stage during this week's presidential debate, when McCain used him as an example of a citizen who could be hurt by Obama's plan to raise taxes on wealthy Americans.

The man met Obama in his neighborhood last week and asked about the plan. During his response, the Democrat presidential candidate alluded to the need to spread the wealth around, to help struggling Americans.

"You've really got to hand it to Joe the Plumber. Somehow he succeeded in getting Barack Obama to finally state his true intentions," Palin said. "He wants the government to take more of your money and decide how best to redistribute it. Joe said it sounded kind of like socialism.
"I call it real bad medicine for an ailing economy."

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Joe The Plumber To Be On FOX Mike Huckabee Show TONIGHT

'Joe the Plumber' to Appear on Mike Huckabee's New FOX News Show

FOX News' Mike Huckabee Saturday night at 8 p.m. EST

American elections HQ

Wurzelbacher is traveling to New York with his father and teen-aged son to appear on the program, which airs at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday night and is rebroadcast and 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET on Sunday.

Other guests on the show will include country singer Aaron Tippin, best know for his song "Drill Here, Drill Now," and Huckabee's own in-house band, the "Little Rockers."

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Sarah Palin - "We don't have to apologize for being Americans!"

Sarah Palin - "We don't have to apologize for being Americans!"

Sarah Palin - Dover, NH rally. 10-15-2008

I just love a speech like this and to be given by someone that means it makes all the difference in the world then hearing it as election talk just to get votes. Sarah means what she says and it shows.

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Barack Hussein Obama Vows To 'change the world'

Farrakhan's Obama endorsement at the above 'annual Saviours' Day celebration in Chicago, Feb. 25, 2008'. Hear him call Obama "The Messiah"! And speak of "universal change":

Barack Obama has vowed that he will "change the world" even as he urged his supporters to guard against complacency.


Londonderry, New Hampshire

of Mr Obama's speech in Londonderry - punctuated by cries of "We all love you Obama", "I love you" and "We will work with you" - was devoted to the kind of quasi-religious sentiments and motivational-coach style exhortations, the kind of pride that set him up for a big fall in January.

"I want you to believe," said the candidate, clad in an open-necked shirt and barn jacket. "Not so much believe just in me but believe in yourselves. Believe in the future. Believe in the future we can build together. I'm confident together we can't fail."

There was a carnival atmosphere among the crowd of some 4,000, who almost drowned Mr Obama out as he reached his crescendo and said: "I promise you. We won't just win New Hampshire. We will win this election and, you and I together, we're going to change the country and change the world."


Statement from Communist Party USA (CPUSA):

"The Communist Party USA views the 2008 elections as a tremendous opportunity to defeat the policies of the right-wing Republicans and to move our country in a new progressive direction.
The record turnout in the Democratic Presidential primary races shows that millions of voters, including millions of new voters, are using this election to bring about real change. We wholeheartedly agree with them."

From Rules for Radicals, Alinsky outlines his strategy in organizing, writing:

"There's another reason for working inside the system. Dostoevsky said that taking a new step is what people fear most. Any revolutionary change must be preceded by a passive, affirmative, non-challenging attitude toward change among the mass of our people. They must feel so frustrated, so defeated, so lost, so futureless in the prevailing system that they are willing to let go of the past and change the future. This acceptance is the reformation essential to any revolution."[2]

[2] Saul Alinsky, The Latter Rain


Dr Ijaz Mian (at Derby’s Ahl-e-Hadith mosque): “Being a Muslim, you have to fix a target.

"There will be no House of Commons. From that White House to this Black House, we know we have to dismantle it. Muslims must grow in strength. . . then take over. If you don’t come for prayer, we will arrest you. But if you still don’t, then... you will be killed.”


Wild Thing's comment......

I would settle for B.Hussein Obama just buying the world a coke and then getting lost.

Not only is Barack Hussein Obama an anti-American antiWhite anti-Semitic socialist bigot, he is also a megalomaniac.

....Thank you Les for sending this to me.

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Marine Mom Deborah Johns Crossing America For McCain/Palin

Marine Mom Deborah Johns

Marine Mom Deborah Johns has helped give voice to many in the pro-troop movement. She has consistently taken time away from her personal life to speak out with unwavering conviction on behalf of our military men and women and their families back here on the homefront. No wonder Fox News Channel declared her to be one of their favorite military moms.

Deborah’s son, William, is an American hero who has served repeated tours of duty in Iraq. When anti-military radicals and their allies in the liberal political movement were attacking the missions of our troops, Deborah Johns was fighting back in support of our military men and women.

She has traveled across the country on five national tours, by minivan, motorhome and tour bus - traveling more than 15,000 miles by road, day-in and day-out and speaking to the news media and at pro-troop rallies.

In this clip, Deborah spoke to a local news affiliate in Columbus, Ohio about the need for Americans - including those in Congress - to support the excellent efforts of General David Petraeus.

And when the Berkeley City Council called U.S. Marines "uninvited and unwelcome intruders" Deborah Johns stepped up again, helping to lead the pushback against the Berkely City Council and in support of the Marines in particular, and our military as a whole.

Deborah Johns stood up against Democratic leaders Harry Reid & Nancy Pelosi when they tried to cut off funding for our troops. She stood up to Democrats in Congress who attempted to pass resolutions condemning the war on terror, and now she is prepared to stand up to Barack Obama's anti-military, "Blame America First" policies in his campaign for president and Commander-in-Chief.

A Message from Marine Mom Deborah Johns

Greetings from Marine Mom Deborah Johns -- I'm writing to you from the Our Country Deserves Better "Stop Obama Tour" bus as we approach Flagstaff, Arizona.
Friends, we have 17 days left in this election campaign, and national polls have once again tightened. But it's clear that right now, we're the underdogs, and we're up against a news media that is 'in the tank' for Obama, and the huge money advantage that the Obama campaign has held over the McCain campaign in TV ad spending.
We're fighting back to overcome these hurdles with a two-front strategy, and I'm imploring you to help. All of us at the Our Country Deserves Better Committee are working around-the-clock, going with little or no sleep. While we may be running on fumes in terms of physical strength and energy, we are topped-up with a full tank of passion and determination. The stakes are too high for us to fail in our efforts to elect the McCain/Palin ticket and beat Barack Obama.
When I think about how much work we must still do in the next 17 days, I sometimes feel overwhelmed. But then I stop and think about my Marine son, William, and Gov. Sarah Palin's son, Track, and all the men and women in uniform who are serving this country in Iraq, Afghanistan and around the globe.
These brave and honorable Americans are our neighbors, our friends, our co-workers, our family members. They are just like you and me, except that when called upon to serve their country they reach from within and conjure up their greatest strengths and attributes so as to accomplish their missions with duty, honor and character.
If our troops can achieve success while facing down al-Qaida in Iraq and the Taliban in Afghanistan while simultaneously taking enemy fire from leftist anti-war radicals back on the home front -- then can't we here on the home front find within ourselves the willpower, determination and energy to win this campaign that is so crucial to our nation's future?
I am asking for you to support us in one of two ways - or if you can, I certainly will accept your assistance in both ways:
1. Support our "Stop Obama Tour" by coming out to one of our rallies so we can have large crowds for the media coverage - TOUR INFO HERE.
2. Make a donation to our television ad campaign that is running in key battleground states. I've sent this email to about 150,000 people. We'll happily accept anything from $5 to $5,000. Just please help us step up our efforts to counter Barack Obama on the airwaves.
I hope to be addressing you in person at our rally stops across the nation. And you can always follow along at the blog of our radio talk show host/TV analyst leading this effort with us, Mark Williams, and his blog at the Sacramento Union - HERE.

Wild Thing's comment.........

Fantastic!!!! Gosh I love our military and military families. I know many of us have family that are serving in our military and many are deployed . Lynn has family members, Rhod his sons, Nicholas has two cousins sons serving and deployed and others we have shared about and pray for every day.

If Obama wins it will be the worst thing for both, those serving and for the families too. It will always be a shock to me that he can even run for any office and now we are facing something so horrible and evil, if he wins.

What an awesome country we have and so many that do support our military, are grateful to our Veterans and know the price that has been paid for our freedom.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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Obama BS plug your toilet? Call Joe the Plumber!

From left to right: Will Croswell, of the Washington D.C. area; Andrew Butash, of Scranton, Pennsylvania; Byron Hodkinson, from Melbourne, Austrailia; and Charlie Smith, also from the Washington D.C. area, greeted Sen. Obama in Virginia Friday. (Photo Credit: Sasha Johnson/CNN)

RAGING PLUMBERS Wave Plungers At Obama Outside Rally

CNN reported today that a group of "plumbers" waved plungers at Obama in Roanoke, Virginia.

As Democratic nominee Barack Obama pulled into the Roanoke Civic Center on Friday, he was greeted by the usual McCain campaign supporters that show at Obama rallies. But this time, those waving McCain-Palin signs were joined by dozens of people waving standard-issue plungers. Some wore white t-shirts emblazoned with "I AM JOE THE PLUMBER" on the front.

About 6,500 showed up to see The One. The center holds 10,500.....Sarah's been getting bigger crowds then Obama.

MSM is busy looking for birth certificate, divorce, voting and medical records of Joe-the-Plumber, unlike for Obama-the-CryptoKenyanIslamicSocialist. Notice how the media puts more effort into doing a number on Sarah Palin and Joe the plumber then they did on looking into and teling the truth about OHHHHH BOMB AH and Ayers!!!! OH and Michelle HO-bama too! Can't leave her out she might order more treats brought in from Iran. haha


Wild Thing's comment.........

I wonder if we could drive Michelle and Barack Hussein Obama over the edge and send them plungers, ACORNS , and lipsticks. hahahaha

It would be safer for America if Michelle and Barack were in straight jackets instead of in our White House.

heh heh

"About 6,500 showed up to see The One. The center holds 10,500"

Elon, North Carolina Six thousand tickets were grabbed up in three hours for Sarah Palin's speech here at the baseball field of Elon University. An even larger crowd--9,000 inside, 3,000 outside--showed up across the state in Greenville a few days earlier. But impressive attendance isn't the half of it. What's extraordinary is the effect Palin has on crowds. "When she hits the stage audiences erupt and they don't calm down," says Republican senator Richard Burr of North Carolina, who appeared with Palin here and in Greenville. "I've been with Bush, Clinton, 41--and I've never seen anything like this."

Her speech--a standard stump speech extolling John McCain and zinging Barack Obama--hardly matters. People not only want to see her, Burr says, "they want to touch her. Their perception is she's one of them. It has nothing to do with ideology. It's not about Christian conservatives. It goes far beyond all that."

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A Woman With Two Really Big ........


LOL I got this from RAC!

....Thanks for the laugh RAC!

RAC has a website that is awesome. 336th Assault Helicopter Company

13th Combat Aviation Battalion - 1st Aviation Brigade - Soc Trang, Republic of Vietnam

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:43 AM

The Obama's At The Waldorf-Astoria

Michelle's Afternoon at the Waldorf

The Obamas at the Waldorf Hysteria hotel while Barack Hussein had to be there to make his comedic attempt for the Alfred E. Smith dinner.

This is the New York Post Page Six report:

"Though he's battling GOP accusations that he's an Ivy League elitist, Barack Obama has a lifestyle of the rich and famous, like TV show host Robin Leach, who always signed off, 'Champagne wishes and caviar dreams!' While he was at a meeting at the Waldorf-Astoria at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Michelle Obama called room service and ordered lobster hors d'oeuvres, two whole steamed lobsters, Iranian caviar and champagne."

Wild Thing's comment.........

I could care less what a person eats, well unless it is something disgusting. haha
But what is this with the " Iranian caviar"????


Not sure which Iranian one she asked for...... LINK

Is it some kind of cavier blessed by Muslims? LOL

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October 17, 2008

Sarah Palin to Appear on SNL

Live from New York, it's Sarah Palin


Saturday Night Live won’t need Tina Fey this weekend to parody Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin—the Alaska governor will do it herself.

A spokeswoman for the McCain campaign told the Associated Press today that Palin will appear on the comedy sketch show this weekend, which will be hosted by actor Josh Brolin, who plays President Bush in Oliver Stone’s latest film “W.”

Palin joins the roster of presidential candidates who have appeared on SNL this election season. Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John McCain have all appeared on the show.

A John McCain campaign spokeswoman, Jill Hazelbaker, on Friday confirmed Palin's appearance but offered no details about what the Alaska governor will say or do.

Wild Thing's comment.......

I just got this a few minutes ago, it says it was announced one hour ago. I don't care for SNL anymore, it used ot be funny years and years ago. But I will watch it this time to see Sarah.

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Joe the Plumber, is actually Joe America's Everyman

Toledo Blade

He won’t say who he will vote for on Nov. 4, but did say he likes Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

He said he was born in the Toledo area, lived until he was 13 in the Florida Panhandle area, went to Springfield High School, and then entered the U.S. Air Force. He was stationed at an Air Force base in Alaska from 1992 until 1995. He said he was honorably discharged.

Joe Wurzelbacher held a news conference this morning at his Holland, Ohio home. Holland is about 8 miles from Toledo.

An advocacy group Family Security Matters secured an interview with Mr. Wurzelbacher

At a recent campaign appearance in Ohio, Sen. Obama was approached by plumber Joe Wurzelbacher, who has concerns about Obama’s proposed tax policies. FamilySecurityMatters.org’s Pam Meister had a candid conversation with him about his experience.

PAM MEISTER: You recently met Sen. Obama on the campaign trail in Ohio, and you asked him a question about his tax policies. What exactly was your question for him?

JOE WURZELBACHER: Initially, I started off asking him if he believed in the American Dream and he said yes, he does – and then I proceeded to ask him then why he’s penalizing me for trying to fulfill it. He asked, “what do you mean,” and I explained to him that I’m planning on purchasing this company – it’s not something I’m gonna purchase outright, it’s something I’m going to have to make payments on for years – but essentially I’m going to buy this company, and the profits generated by that could possibly put me in that tax bracket he’s talking about and that bothers me. It’s not like I would be rich; I would still just be a working plumber. I work hard for my money, and the fact that he thinks I make a little too much that he just wants to redistribute it to other people. Some of them might need it, but at the same time, it’s not their discretion to do it – it’s mine.

Regarding Obama’s statement that he didn’t want to punish success:

PAM MEISTER: …taxing small businesses making $250,000 and above is going to help the people “behind you.” And yes, “spreading the wealth around.” How did you feel about that?

JOE WURZELBACHER:As soon as he said it, he contradicted himself. He doesn’t want to “punish” me, but – when you use the word “but,” you pretty much negate everything you just said prior to that. So he does want to punish me, he does want to punish me for working harder to – you know, my big thing is the American Dream. I work hard. You know, I was poor; my mom raised me and my brother by herself for a very long time until my dad came along. So I know what it’s like to suffer. It’s not like I was born with a silver spoon. Usually it was a wooden spoon and it was on my butt. It was just a contradiction of terms, what he said: he doesn’t want to punish me but he wants to redistribute my wealth. And what I mean when I say my wealth, I mean the collective. Eventually – I mean, just to sound a little silly here, but you need rich people. I mean, who are you going to work for?


Good Morning America’s Diane Sawyer spoke with Joe Wurzelbacher.
Having become the nation’s most famous plumber, Wurzelbacher explains that he doesn’t make $250,000 now, but hopes to do so as a small business owner. And he sees no reason why that will remain the cutoff in an Obama administration, anyway:


FOX channel....John Gibson is a good man, I have read his articles and liked his commentary for several years. John Gibson talked to Joe Wurzelbacher just before the debate began.


Joe The Plumber's Chat With Couric

Joe Wurzelbacher – immortalized during tonight's presidential debate as "Joe The Plumber" – spoke with CBS Evening News anchor ( Couric is Horrible disgusting - my words added ) Katie Couric shortly after the conclusion of the final debate between Barack Obama and John McCain.

To get a sense of just how central Wurzelbacher was to the debate, consider this: McCain and Obama mentioned Wurzelbacher 26 times during the 90 minute debate. By contrast, Iraq came up six times, and the word "economy" was used 16 times.

While still on the air, Couric asked Wurzelbacher what he thought of the debate. He said he wasn't swayed either way, though he seems to be leaning towards one of the candidates.

"I mean I have a pretty good idea who I’m going to vote for but you know that’s my - you know, the nice thing about going into the booth is only me and the lever knows," he said. "I think McCain did a fine job this evening, I think he brought up some good points. I do like his health care and I do like his, where he stands on taxes."

COURIC: We want to go to Joe the plumber, Joe Wurzelbacher from Toledo, Ohio, because Joe is telling me that he's got three live trucks parked outside his house - actually from Holland, Ohio, let me correct that, Joe. Was this a bit of a surreal experience, hearing your name mentioned not once, but twice, but almost half a dozen times during the course of this debate, Joe?

Mr. JOSEPH WURZELBACHER: Yeah, actually, surreal's a good word to use for it. It was - you know, I was glad I was able to act as some type of point, you know, to where they could sit there and hammer out what they both think, what they want to say. But ultimately, you know, the important part was the debate.

COURIC: And again, why don't you just reiterate quickly for us, Joe, because I want you to get back, get to your local news station where you are, how you felt about the statements made by the candidates vs. the statements you heard when they were out on the campaign trail talking to you.

WURZELBACHER: One thing I noticed that seemed like Obama changed his mind on offshore drilling, which I thought was a good move. I don't know how much he wants to do of it, I'd like to talk to - hear more about that. McCain I - made a solid - you know, McCain was solid in his performance.

Obama speaks well, but the one thing that's really important, that everyone in America really need to know is, you know, talk is talk. You know, he can speak pretty, but, you know, there's got to be action behind it. We've seen McCain, we know his actions. Even if you disagree with him, at least you know where he stands. McCain - or Obama, we're not sure where he stands yet, even after his debates. Like I said, he speaks eloquently, better than I do, but I honestly, I still don't know where he stands. He's said a lot, but none of his experience has backed it up. You know, the only experience I've seen or his actions are raising our taxes, so, you know, I'm middle class. I can't have my taxes raised anymore.

COURIC: Well, he supposedly will raise taxes only on people who make over $250,000 a year. Would you be in that category?

WURZELBACHER: Not right now at presently, but, you know, question, so he's going to do that now for people who make $250,000 a year. When's he going to decide that $100,000 is too much, you know? I mean, you're on a slippery slope here. You vote on somebody who decides that $250,000 and you're rich? And $100,000 and you're rich? I mean, where does it end? You know, that's - people got to ask that question.

COURIC: Could you just, Joe, explain quickly, and then we'll let you go, how you met both of the candidates?

WURZELBACHER: I've yet to meet John McCain. Obama came to my neighborhood and my son and I were outside tossing the football, and all of a sudden he showed up, and there went our football tossing for a while. And, you know, neighbors were outside asking him questions, and I didn't think they were asking him tough enough questions, so I thought, you know, I'll go over there. You know, I've always wanted to ask one of these guys a question and really corner them and get them to answer a question of--for once instead of tap dancing around it. And unfortunately I asked the question but I still got a tap dance. Do you - almost as good as Sammy Davis Jr.

COURIC: Joe Wurzelbacher, I mispronounced your last name earlier, Joe. Maybe you should fill in on "Meet the Press," Joe. Or "Face the Nation," I should add. I know they're looking for someone on "Meet the Press," that's why I said that. Joe, hey...

WURZELBACHER: Great. I've got opinions and I, you know, and that's it. But I - you know, everyone has opinions.

COURIC: Yeah, that's for darn sure. Well, Joe, thanks so much for talking with us. I'll let you get outside to your local news reporters. And really, I really appreciate your spending some time with us tonight. And now everybody knows your name, at least, right?

WURZELBACHER: I don't know if that's good or bad, but we'll see how, you know, the future brings.


McCain/Palin campaign ad with Joe the Plumber


Joe Biden just more words, just more LIES!

Biden is worried about the truth and it came from Joe the Plumber!

Wild Thing's comment.............

Middle America Says No To Socialism!!!! I think that Joe the Plumber is America’s everyman and woman all of us. There’s a Joe in every city and town in America. Thank God for Joe and for Sarah Palin.

Obama said “spread the wealth” to Joe’s face.

Now Obama and his spinners want to lie and claim Obama said something else or change the subject.

Obama said “spread the wealth” as in Karl Marx.

It should be frightening to anyone who sees this video to consider that here in a few short, concise comments by a plumber we hear more common sense and wisdom than we are used to hearing from our elected leaders in a month.

.....Thank you RAC for sending these to me.

RAC has a website that is awesome. 336th Assault Helicopter Company

13th Combat Aviation Battalion - 1st Aviation Brigade - Soc Trang, Republic of Vietnam

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National Plumbing Organization Responds to 'Joe the Plumber' Focus

National Plumbing Organization Responds to 'Joe the Plumber' Focus

Market Watch

Today the president of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors--National Association (PHCC) released a statement applauding the efforts of both presidential candidates for their focus on plumbing contractors during the presidential debate on Wednesday night. Plumbing, heating and cooling contractors are small business owners who are becoming a prominent part of the debate on the country's economic future.

"We think it is great that comments from 'Joe the Plumber' were brought up several times in last night's presidential debate," said PHCC President Joe Schmitt, Joe Schmitt & Sons Plumbing & Heating, Englewood, Ohio. "Plumbing, heating and cooling contractors, most of whom operate small businesses, have been a big part of the American economy during our organization's 126-year history. Unfortunately, smaller companies like ours can be forgotten as the country focuses on big business issues."
"The impact of the next administration's tax policy will have a major impact on our members, no matter which party is in office. It is our sincere hope that both the Democratic and Republican candidates will think long and hard about the comments of my fellow Ohio plumber Joe Wurzelbacher as they consider future tax programs. It is imperative that entrepreneurs like Joe and PHCC members across the country have the opportunity to buy small businesses and create jobs for Americans. That is the American dream, after all."
"Small businesses throughout the nation are hurting during this economic downturn. With rising gas prices, the cost of health care and the uncertainties facing our financial markets, they're being hit from all sides. Reform of our nation's tax policies should be a top priority for the next administration. The survival of PHCC's members and America's small businesses may depend on this. The next president must consider the needs and contributions of plumbing, heating and cooling contractors as small businesses. This has to be priority in order to help this economy recover and to encourage investment from new business owners."
"Throughout our 126-year history PHCC has helped to protect the health and safety of the nation. It is now Washington's turn to step up to the plate and help save our businesses."

Wild Thing's comment.......

Cooll! This is great, with the attacks staring on Joe this is good news and a backup for what he has said how he feels. Not a backup for Joe , but to show Obama and his thugs this is not an isolated case of one person speaking out like Joe did.

It is all of us, all Americans that work hard and don't want socialism.

There once was a plumber named Joe
Made Obama look just like a schmoe
Knows his job to a tee
So he flushed him you see
To the place that all Marxists should go!

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Sarah Palin in Maine and N.C. Crowds of 15,000


Gov. Sarah Palin, speaks at a campaign stop at the Bangor Airport, Thursday, Oct. 16, 2008, in Bangor, Maine They had to change hangers the small one could not hold everyone. Crowd estimated at almost 14,000 to 15,000. See below also crowd size at N.C.

Sarah Palin, right, with Sen. Olympia Snowe, R-Maine, reacts with excitment as she sees the crowd waiting for her in an airplane hangar during a campaign stop at the Bangor Airport



Sarah Palin has been campaigning in Maine, where she scolded Barack Obama for not disavowing a community activist group that registers voters.

The group known as ACORN - the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now - has drawn condemnation from the GOP ticket as its workers sign up voters in swing states. Nearly a dozen states and the FBI are looking into allegations of voter registration fraud.

Palin told about 6,000 people at Bangor International Airport that she feels right at home in Maine with all the steel-toed boots and NRA hats. She promised that she and John McCain would look out for the interests of the working class.

Note the doofus woman at the end of the video saying "I'm really glad I got to see her in person. I've only seen her on TV, and she didn't seem to connect. I'm one of those Republican women who was on the fence over her..." ....she is lame brain but we still want her vote. haha

At a rally in Bangor, Maine, she praised the debate performance of her running mate, John McCain. Then the GOP vice-presidential candidate added to the growing conversation about Joe Wurzelbacher. He is the plumber from Ohio whose name was mentioned more than two dozen times by the presidential candidates in their final debate Wednesday night.

McCain, Palin said, is “a leader who’s going to Washington to work for Joe the Plumber.” She later added: “You know, we want to cut taxes because we think like Joe or Jane the Plumber thinks.”

Sarah brings up the OTHER Joe......Joe Biden, the Democratic vice-presidential candidate. “Our opponents want to raise taxes because they think like that other Joe, that six-term senator from Delaware whom I’m running against,” she said.


And this from N.C.................

Palin says God blessed America with oil and gas



Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin said Thursday that God blessed the nation with oil and gas resources and other forms of energy that should be tapped to reduce U.S. dependence on foreign suppliers.

The Alaska governor told supporters at Elon University that she and GOP presidential nominee John McCain will develop new energy sources.

"God has so richly blessed this land, not just with the oil and the gas, but with wind and the hydro, the geothermal and the biomass," Palin said. "We'll tap into those."

Palin said some of the countries the U.S. relies on for energy use their resources "as a weapon." And she said the billions spent each year on oil imports should be circulated within the country "for the sake of the nation's security."

"We need to drill here and drill now," Palin said as the crowd chanted "drill baby, drill." A protester at the back of the crowd shouted "No blood for oil."


Palin's message delights crowd of 15,000 at Elon

The Times News.com

ELON - Resplendent in GOP red heels, Sarah Palin toed the platform above home plate at Latham Park at Elon University and hammered home a low-taxes, small-government, pro-family, pro-America message to the delight of a large crowd.

Palin said Obama and Biden "think that government is the solution.

"I disagree with that. I think that government too often is the problem," she continued. "And we need government put back on your side so that our businesses and our families can keep more of what they produce and earn, and then you prioritize, you reinvest ... that is how jobs are created and our economy gets moving again."

In this election you have a choice between inspiring words and inspiring and trustworthy deeds that come from John McCain," she said. "Now North Carolina, I'm here to ask you - are you ready to help us carry this state to victory? Are you ready to make John McCain the next president of the United States?"

The crowd frequently interrupted her speech with full-throated approval, hoisting signs, waving pompoms and chanting "USA, USA .... Sarah, Sarah, Sarah" and "Drill, baby, drill."


'Sarah-liscious': Seen at the Palin rally Thursday

the times news.com


Like her or not, few would call Sarah Palin boring.

That made for unusually colorful campaign buttons, T-shirts and signs at her political rally at Elon University on Thursday.

Many focused on the former beauty queen's physical appearance. Others played on the self-proclaimed hockey mom's convention acceptance speech joke that "lipstick" is the difference between a hockey mom and a pit bull.

Here's a sampling:

-- "I'm proud to be voting for the Hot Chick!" This bold statement on a campaign button was accompanied by a photo of Palin from her time as Miss Wasilla, the Alaska town where she was later mayor.

-- Along similar lines, one campaign button proclaimed Palin "The Hottest VP from the Coolest State."

-- "Sarah-liscious," accompanied by the image of a lipstick print.

-- "Vote for the Man with the Lipstick-Wearing Pitbull."

-- "Read My Lipstick."

-- "Sarah Barracuda," a reference to Palin's nickname earned by her aggressive high school basketball play.

-- "You Go, Girl!" seen on campaign buttons and signs.

-- NObama. No explanation needed.

-- "Drill, baby, drill!" a reference to the McCain-Palin campaign's emphasis on finding new domestic oil.

-- "Mothers of 5 rock," seen on a sign one woman held up. As you'd guess, that's the number of children Pain has.

-- "Extra chromosome equals extra love," written on a sign Palin mentioned seeing in the crowd while giving her speech. She and her husband's youngest son was born this year with Down Syndrome.

-- Five Elon students painted their chests to spell Palin's last name. (Yes, they were male). Five students from Alamance Christian School were a little less bold, spelling her name with letters painted on T-shirts.

-- Political items on sale at the rally included decks of playing cards featuring mostly Republican political figures. But Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama is the joker in each deck.


Wild Thing's comment...........

Sarah's crowds are always so great, huge and they all love her just like we all do. I am so proud of her, thank you God for our VP candidate.

I just love it. Finally, somebody is speaking up for the old “Silent Majority” which has been mercilessly abused culturally and fiscally by leftist politicians for 40 years. Her message is really resonating with Americans who treasure the land that is almost lost. A simple message, too - smaller government and no terrorist pals in the WH.

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Sarah Palin Song

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Fox to change World Series time for DESPERATE Barack Hussein Obama

Fox to change World Series time for Obama

Presidential candidate's ad buy interfering with game
By Paul J. Gough


Barack Obama might have the power to move the World Series by a few minutes.

To accommodate a half-hour Obama time buy on Fox on Oct. 29, Major League Baseball has agreed to move the start time of World Series Game 6 by about 15 minutes. That would move the start of the game from 8:20 p.m. ET or so to 8:35 p.m.

"Fox will accommodate Senator Obama's desire to communicate with voters in this longform format," Fox Sports said in a statement. "We are pleased that Major League Baseball has agreed to delay the first pitch of World Series Game 6 for a few minutes in order for Fox to carry his program on Oct. 29. If requested, the network would be willing to make similar time available to Senator McCain's campaign."

Along with CBS and NBC, Fox was approached by the Obama campaign last week to purchase the 8-8:30 p.m. time slot Oct. 29. If a Game 6 is needed, Fox is obligated to carry the game. That prevented the network from agreeing outright to carry the commercial, which was cleared by CBS and NBC last Thursday.

The blessing from MLB clears the way for Fox to air the promo and collect upward of $1 million in ad revenue for the half hour, more than what either CBS or NBC was charging.

While a big network ad buy from a presidential candidate is rare, it's not unprecedented for a network and sports league to move the start time of a sports event to accommodate a political broadcast. In early September, the National Football League moved up the kickoff time of the opening-night game -- which aired on NBC -- to 7 p.m. to make sure that the game would be over before Sen. John McCain stepped up to the podium to accept the nomination of the Republican party during the RNC.

Wild Thing's comment........

Obama’s “Heidi” moment.

Here we go - it's starting - OBAMA is going to make us change everything we love about this country. Starting with the start time of our GAME.

This will be his second European tour. He is not the POTUS and there is no vital emergency message he needs to convey. Obama’s message is one of self importance to propel him for his own ego. Most viewers will not want the game delayed for the false messiah. They are tuning in to watch baseball, not Obama.

His entire campaign has been scripted. He’s looking pretty desperate if he has to buy a half hour to reach Joe Six Pack.

His speech in Germany was seen by many here as "overboard." And let's not forget his acceptance speech at the Greek Temple in Colorado. Everything this guy has done is excessive, and over the top.

Too bad Sarah Palin isn’t scheduled to throw out the first pitch! That’d take the hype out of Obama’s prime time BS.

LOL I told Nicholas about this and I was all upset. He just laughed hahahha and I asked why aren't you upset? He explained that this is great and will show what a jerk Obama is and then handed me a cookie. hahahaha Nicholas is a genius of course and absolutely rigiht. giggle.... Thank you Nicholas.....GO NAVY!

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October 16, 2008

Loving This Sign!

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John Murtha Spews Lies and Biden Can't Count

POS Murtha On Obama and says...... "Racist Western Pennsylvania"

And this on Murtha as well...................

Arrogant Murtha to Americans: "Tough Shit."

Jack Murtha is undoubtedly not only the most corrupt member of congress, but the most arrogant.

When complaints arose that it is still difficult to find information regarding earmarks embedded in legislations, Murtha had a wonderful answer to those Americans who wish to know where their tax dollars are going:

Last year, Congress promised to shed light on the secretive process. But the lists of earmarks are still buried in obscure documents that are difficult to find and search. Until Congress put them online a couple of weeks ago, the House disclosure letters, linking lawmakers to companies, were thick volumes of paper kept in a cabinet in the offices of the House Appropriations Committee.

When a reporter for Congressional Quarterly pointed out how difficult it remains to pull all the information together, Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., chairman of the committee that drafts the defense bill, had a quick answer: “Tough s***.”

Support Lt Col. William Russell For Congress!

John Murtha : “These people in western Pennsylvania would rather suffer under a John McCain presidency rather than vote for a black man,” noted Murtha. “And then they wonder why they are how they are, and why the region suffers economically. Pure ignorance. And I personally don’t give a damn what Bill Russell says, he’s just as racist!”

Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell.: “Western Pennsylvania is made up primarily of working class crackers, veterans, bitter clingers, and old, unyielding white people, most of whom would barely let Obama shine their shoes,” stated Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell.

Senator Joe Biden: “This has nothing to do with the terrorist Bill Ayers,” fired Senator Joe Biden, . “This has everything to do with race, and Americans know it deep down in their heart! Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, Laura Ingraham and Sean Hannity should shut their mouth, and quit spewing their vitriol!”

Joe Biden , well he just can't count. LOL

Wild Thing's comment.....

When oh when are they going to take this pig Murtha to the slaughter. I sure hope Lt. Col. Bill Russell (ret) can beat this jerk in this election and we can be rid of Murtha.

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Sylvester Stallone Loves Sarah Palin

Awhile back Sly gave an endorsement for McCain so I thought you might like to see the video above where he says how he likes Palin too. giggle

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Ole Community Organizer with Socialist Agenda vs.Sen. McCain Debate Notes

This election is about keeping the socialists from radically altering this country.

According to FOX, Obama is complaining today that he would be ahead by at least 3 more points if it wasn’t for FOX News. What a cry baby. He just can't stand the fact that he only controls 90% of the media.

In 8 years, President Bush has not complained ONE TIME about unfair treatment of the media. If Obama wins, is he going to spend all of his time crying and complaining if someone hurts his feelings.

McCain gives a shoutout to Nancy Reagan in the hospital.

McCain won the handshake!!

Obama is Ahhhhing excessively early on

McCain is bringing up the Joe the plummer...woohoo!!!.......McCain plays the PLUMBER CARD!

Joe Wurzelbacher, aka "Joe the Plumber".........a small Business Owner Confronts Obama On Raising His Taxes

Obama left the neighborhood right after the conversation with Joe, admitting that the conversation was good practice for the debate.


You know, when Senator Obama ended up his conversation with Joe the plumber -- we need to spread the wealth around. In other words, we're going to take Joe's money, give it to Senator Obama, and let him spread the wealth around.

I want Joe the plumber to spread that wealth around. You told him you wanted to spread the wealth around.
The whole premise behind Senator Obama's plans are class warfare, let's spread the wealth around. I want small businesses -- and by the way, the small businesses that we're talking about would receive an increase in their taxes right now.
Who -- why would you want to increase anybody's taxes right now? Why would you want to do that, anyone, anyone in America, when we have such a tough time, when these small business people, like Joe the plumber, are going to create jobs, unless you take that money from him and spread the wealth around.

Thank GOODNESS he’s mentioning the plumber and Obama’s tax plan!

McCain just said “Class Warfare”!!!!!!......Get em John!

SPREAD THE WEALTH! CLASS WARFARE! *smacksmack* ‘Why would you want to increase taxes on anyone right now?’

McCain lands one squarely! Keep it up John. Do not stop !! Obama is defending his Socialist IDEALS! BOOM GET EM JOHN!

MCCAIN: Nobody likes taxes. Let's not raise anybody's taxes. OK?

OBAMA: Well, I don't mind paying a little more.

This is a photo of Barack Obama and other New Party socialists including Danny K Davis (center), from the front page of New Party News,

Spring 1996: Power Line reported that Obama is even quoted in this socialist newsletter.

Obama actively sought the New Party’s endorsement and urged the Marxist members to join his campaigns. The New Party went so far as to claim Obama as an official member of their organisation. The New Party socialists were affiliated with the Democratic Socialists of America.



John McCain has come out swinging and is landing blows!

McCain has Obama on the defensive, no doubt about it.

McCain is getting into his groove, he started a bit rough, but when he got to the corporate tax stuff he was getting into his groove.

"Senator Obama, you're a United States Senator. Why haven't you introduced legislation for all these great ideas you have? In fact, to expand on that, why haven't you introduced them since the last time you promised them, in your earlier election!"

If you wanted to run against Pres Bush, you shouldve run 4 years ago . YEAH!!! LOL Obama’s lost half of his talking points for the rest of this debate!!!

“I am not President Bush” BAM! BAM BAM

Mac Slap! WOOHOO!!! “I am not President Bush”...looked directly at him...Body Slam!! McCain’s hammering him!

Obama being disrespectful while McCain talking. Snickering and laughing. I can't stand Obama!

McCain calls Obama Senator Government. hahahaha

Obama is clearly a little flustered by McCain’s jabs McCain is on his game tonight.

Hussein says he has a “history of reaching across the aisle”????.......What an unmitigated ass.

What the heck is Obama taking about? Every time he speaks my mind wonders, He is such a nothing and very hard to listen to. He’s a moron!

McCain has him on the ropes! Obama is starting to stutter. McCain has him rattled


SCHIEFFER: Senator Obama, your campaign has used words like "erratic," "out of touch," "lie," "angry," "losing his bearings" to describe Senator McCain.
Senator McCain, your commercials have included words like "disrespectful," "dangerous," "dishonorable," "he lied." Your running mate said he "palled around with terrorists."

Are each of you tonight willing to sit at this table and say to each other's face what your campaigns and the people in your campaigns have said about each other?

And, Senator McCain, you're first.


Well, this has been a tough campaign. It's been a very tough campaign. And I know from my experience in many campaigns that, if Senator Obama had asked -- responded to my urgent request to sit down, and do town hall meetings, and come before the American people, we could have done at least 10 of them by now.
When Senator Obama was first asked, he said, "Any place, any time," the way Barry Goldwater and Jack Kennedy agreed to do, before the intervention of the tragedy at Dallas. So I think the tone of this campaign could have been very different.
And the fact is, it's gotten pretty tough. And I regret some of the negative aspects of both campaigns. But the fact is that it has taken many turns which I think are unacceptable.
One of them happened just the other day, when a man I admire and respect -- I've written about him -- Congressman John Lewis, an American hero, made allegations that Sarah Palin and I were somehow associated with the worst chapter in American history, segregation, deaths of children in church bombings, George Wallace. That, to me, was so hurtful.
And, Senator Obama, you didn't repudiate those remarks. Every time there's been an out-of-bounds remark made by a Republican, no matter where they are, I have repudiated them. I hope that Senator Obama will repudiate those remarks that were made by Congressman John Lewis, very unfair and totally inappropriate.
So I want to tell you, we will run a truthful campaign. This is a tough campaign. And it's a matter of fact that Senator Obama has spent more money on negative ads than any political campaign in history. And I can prove it. And, Senator Obama, when he said -- and he signed a piece of paper that said he would take public financing for his campaign if I did -- that was back when he was a long-shot candidate -- you didn't keep your word.
And when you looked into the camera in a debate with Senator Clinton and said, "I will sit down and negotiate with John McCain about public financing before I make a decision," you didn't tell the American people the truth because you didn't.
And that's -- that's -- that's an unfortunate part. Now we have the highest spending by Senator Obama's campaign than any time since Watergate.


McCain is really on his game!

McCain has blamed Obama for not using the town halls to talk face to face. 10 townhalls any place anytime! Barrack didn’t do it! Go John!

Bringing up Lewis now...keep em hitting....McCain challenging Obama on the John Lewis stuff .

WOW GO John GO! Finally and this is great!



I mean, look, if we want to talk about Congressman Lewis, who is an American hero, he, unprompted by my campaign, without my campaign's awareness, made a statement that he was troubled with what he was hearing at some of the rallies that your running mate was holding, in which all the Republican reports indicated were shouting, when my name came up, things like "terrorist" and "kill him," and that you're running mate didn't mention, didn't stop, didn't say "Hold on a second, that's kind of out of line."
And I think Congressman Lewis' point was that we have to be careful about how we deal with our supporters.
But when people suggest that I pal around with terrorists, then we're not talking about issues. What we're talking about...

MCCAIN: Well, let me just say I would...

SCHIEFFER: (inaudible)


Let me just say categorically I'm proud of the people that come to our rallies. Whenever you get a large rally of 10,000, 15,000, 20,000 people, you're going to have some fringe peoples. You know that. And I've -- and we've always said that that's not appropriate.
But to somehow say that group of young women who said "Military wives for McCain" are somehow saying anything derogatory about you, but anything -- and those veterans that wear those hats that say "World War II, Vietnam, Korea, Iraq," I'm not going to stand for people saying that the people that come to my rallies are anything but the most dedicated, patriotic men and women that are in this nation and they're great citizens.
And I'm not going to stand for somebody saying that because someone yelled something at a rally -- there's a lot of things that have been yelled at your rallies, Senator Obama, that I'm not happy about either.
In fact, some T-shirts that are very...

OBAMA: John, I...


... unacceptable. So the point is -- the point is that I have repudiated every time someone's been out of line, whether they've been part of my campaign or not, and I will continue to do that.
But the fact is that we need to absolutely not stand for the kind of things that have been going on. I haven't.


John is ruling this debate and smashing the Pumpkin! Woo hoo!

Obama’s people smear Palin and McCain. Obama has spent more money on negative ads than any other campaign in history.

The ONE looks VERY TICKED. It’s all over his face, he can’t stand being confronted with the truth.

McCain calls him a liar and gives two shinning examples - Obama responds “well ... look. (thinking of a reply) “Political campaigns are tough.”

Obama is now attacking Palin.

McCain stands behind supporters!


Go, McCain!

John is FINALLY getting angry at this stupid Muslim

Obama offended at comments that he pals around with terrorists!

McCain not standing for any bull..people who come to his rallies are patriotic and alot of stuff at Obama’s rally unacceptable including the T shirts!!!

Mentions those disgusting C word shirts with Sarah's name on them, by Obama’s supporters.

McCain has the truth on his side....

McCain—saya he’s proud of the people who comes to our rallies.

Defends his supporters—vets—says a lot of things said at your rallies, Sen. Odummy.

Odummy flustered for a moment. Oh my gosh, he’s going after Ayers and ACORN now.


McCain:“I don’t care about an old washed-up terrorist but I really care about voter fraud being carried out by your campaign!”

McCain: we need to know the full relationship with Ayers;

HITS ODUMMY WITH ACORN HARD!!! MAC now challenges him on AYERS and ACORN !!!!!!!


OBAMA: Well, look, Bob, as I said...

SCHIEFFER: I mean, do you take issue with that?

OBAMA: You know, here's what I would say. I mean, we can have a debate back and forth about the merits of each other's campaigns. I suspect we won't agree here tonight.

What I think is most important is that we recognize that to solve the key problems that we're facing, if we're going to solve two wars, the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, if we can -- if we're going to focus on lifting wages that have declined over the last eight years and create jobs here in America, then Democrats, independents and Republicans, we're going to have to be able to work together.

And what is important is making sure that we disagree without being disagreeable. And it means that we can have tough, vigorous debates around issues. What we can't do, I think, is try to characterize each other as bad people. And that has been a culture in Washington that has been taking place for too long. And I think...

MCCAIN: Well, Bob, you asked me a direct question.

SCHIEFFER: Short answer, yes, short answer.


Yes, real quick. Mr. Ayers, I don't care about an old washed-up terrorist. But as Senator Clinton said in her debates with you, we need to know the full extent of that relationship.
We need to know the full extent of Senator Obama's relationship with ACORN, who is now on the verge of maybe perpetrating one of the greatest frauds in voter history in this country, maybe destroying the fabric of democracy. The same front outfit organization that your campaign gave $832,000 for "lighting and site selection." So all of these things need to be examined, of course.

SCHIEFFER: All right. I'm going to let you respond and we'll extend this for a moment.

OBAMA: Bob, I think it's going to be important to just -- I'll respond to these two particular allegations that Senator McCain has made and that have gotten a lot of attention.

In fact, Mr. Ayers has become the centerpiece of Senator McCain's campaign over the last two or three weeks. This has been their primary focus. So let's get the record straight. Bill Ayers is a professor of education in Chicago.

Forty years ago, when I was 8 years old, he engaged in despicable acts with a radical domestic group. I have roundly condemned those acts. Ten years ago he served and I served on a school reform board that was funded by one of Ronald Reagan's former ambassadors and close friends, Mr. Annenberg.

Other members on that board were the presidents of the University of Illinois, the president of Northwestern University, who happens to be a Republican, the president of The Chicago Tribune, a Republican- leaning newspaper.

Mr. Ayers is not involved in my campaign. He has never been involved in this campaign. And he will not advise me in the White House. So that's Mr. Ayers.

Now, with respect to ACORN, ACORN is a community organization. Apparently what they've done is they were paying people to go out and register folks, and apparently some of the people who were out there didn't really register people, they just filled out a bunch of names.

It had nothing to do with us. We were not involved. The only involvement I've had with ACORN was I represented them alongside the U.S. Justice Department in making Illinois implement a motor voter law that helped people get registered at DMVs.

Now, the reason I think that it's important to just get these facts out is because the allegation that Senator McCain has continually made is that somehow my associations are troubling.

Let me tell you who I associate with. On economic policy, I associate with Warren Buffett and former Fed Chairman Paul Volcker. If I'm interested in figuring out my foreign policy, I associate myself with my running mate, Joe Biden or with Dick Lugar, the Republican ranking member on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, or General Jim Jones, the former supreme allied commander of NATO.

Those are the people, Democrats and Republicans, who have shaped my ideas and who will be surrounding me in the White House. And I think the fact that this has become such an important part of your campaign, Senator McCain, says more about your campaign than it says about me.

MCCAIN: Well, again, while you were on the board of the Woods Foundation, you and Mr. Ayers, together, you sent $230,000 to ACORN. So -- and you launched your political campaign in Mr. Ayers' living room.

OBAMA: That's absolutely not true.

MCCAIN: And the facts are facts and records are records.

OBAMA: And that's not the facts.


And it's not the fact -- it's not the fact that Senator Obama chooses to associate with a guy who in 2001 said that he wished he had have bombed more, and he had a long association with him. It's the fact that all the -- all of the details need to be known about Senator Obama's relationship with them and with ACORN and the American people will make a judgment.
And my campaign is about getting this economy back on track, about creating jobs, about a brighter future for America. And that's what my campaign is about and I'm not going to raise taxes the way Senator Obama wants to raise taxes in a tough economy. And that's really what this campaign is going to be about.


SCHIEFFER: So I'll begin by asking both of you this question, and I'll ask you to answer first, Senator Obama. Why would the country be better off if your running mate became president rather than his running mate?


Well, Americans have gotten to know Sarah Palin. They know that she's a role model to women and other -- and reformers all over America. She's a reformer. She is -- she took on a governor who was a member of her own party when she ran for governor. When she was the head of their energy and natural resources board, she saw corruption, she resigned and said, "This can't go on."
She's given money back to the taxpayers. She's cut the size of government. She negotiated with the oil companies and faced them down, a $40 billion pipeline of natural gas that's going to relieve the energy needs of the United -- of what they call the lower 48.
She's a reformer through and through. And it's time we had that bresh of freth air (sic) -- breath of fresh air coming into our nation's capital and sweep out the old-boy network and the cronyism that's been so much a part of it that I've fought against for all these years.
She'll be my partner. She understands reform. And, by the way, she also understands special-needs families. She understands that autism is on the rise, that we've got to find out what's causing it, and we've got to reach out to these families, and help them, and give them the help they need as they raise these very special needs children.
She understands that better than almost any American that I know. I'm proud of her.
And she has ignited our party and people all over America that have never been involved in the political process. And I can't tell how proud I am of her and her family.
Her husband's a pretty tough guy, by the way, too.


SCHIEFFER: Let's go to -- let's go to a new topic. We're running a little behind. Let's talk about energy and climate control.


Well, you know, I admire so much Senator Obama's eloquence. And you really have to pay attention to words. He said, we will look at offshore drilling. Did you get that? Look at. We can offshore drill now. We've got to do it now. We will reduce the cost of a barrel of oil because we show the world that we have a supply of our own. It's doable. The technology is there and we have to drill now.
I have fought against -- well, one of them would be the marketing assistance program. Another one would be a number of subsidies for ethanol.
I oppose subsidies for ethanol because I thought it distorted the market and created inflation; Senator Obama supported those subsidies.
I would eliminate the tariff on imported sugarcane-based ethanol from Brazil.
I know how to save billions. I saved the taxpayer $6.8 billion by fighting a deal for a couple of years, as you might recall, that was a sweetheart deal between an aircraft manufacturer, DOD, and people ended up in jail.
But I would fight for a line-item veto, and I would certainly veto every earmark pork-barrel bill. Senator Obama has asked for nearly $1 billion in pork-barrel earmark projects...

Now, on the subject of free trade agreements.


I am a free trader. And I need -- we need to have education and training programs for displaced workers that work, going to our community colleges.
But let me give you another example of a free trade agreement that Senator Obama opposes. Right now, because of previous agreements, some made by President Clinton, the goods and products that we send to Colombia, which is our largest agricultural importer of our products, is -- there's a billion dollars that we -- our businesses have paid so far in order to get our goods in there.
Because of previous agreements, their goods and products come into our country for free. So Senator Obama, who has never traveled south of our border, opposes the Colombia Free Trade Agreement. The same country that's helping us try to stop the flow of drugs into our country that's killing young Americans.
And also the country that just freed three Americans that will help us create jobs in America because they will be a market for our goods and products without having to pay -- without us having to pay the billions of dollars -- the billion dollars and more that we've already paid.
Free trade with Colombia is something that's a no-brainer. But maybe you ought to travel down there and visit them and maybe you could understand it a lot better.
Well, let me just say that that this is -- he -- Senator Obama doesn't want a free trade agreement with our best ally in the region but wants to sit down across the table without precondition to -- with Hugo Chavez, the guy who has been helping FARC, the terrorist organization.
Free trade between ourselves and Colombia, I just recited to you the benefits of concluding that agreement, a billion dollars of American dollars that could have gone to creating jobs and businesses in the United States, opening up those markets.
So I don't -- I don't think there's any doubt that Senator Obama wants to restrict trade and he wants to raise taxes. And the last president of the United States that tried that was Herbert Hoover, and we went from a deep recession into a depression.

There were some other topic, but all in all McCain did GREAT and Obama left very ticked I am sure of it. The media can say what they want about the debate but McCain won this one hands down in a big way.

McCain mentioned Ayers, he mentioned Acorn, he mentioned Infanticide...all without sounding angry. Good performance. Senator Government will stick...same with Joe the Plummer, same with “you should have ran 4 years ago”....great lines.

Obama tends to say “...But the important thing is...” and then change or alter the subject. It’s a way to trivialize what was being discussed.

He also LOVES Alinsky’s focus on ALWAYS USE RIDICULE. His sarcastic smiles and laughter, his mocking, superior tone... Put the other guy down. It ALWAYS gives you a nice gang of scaredy-cat followers who are just glad it’s not them you are mocking.

Did anyone else notice Obama sipping water (bad sign) and looking at the moderator, basically IMPLORING HIM to cut McCain off?

Obama is downright dangerous - And even more so with a Pelosi House and Reid Senate.

I started laughing when McCain called him “Senator Government”. DEFEAT SENATOR GOVERNMENT!!!

This photo released by the McCain 2008 campaign, Republican vice presidential candidate Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and her husband Todd Palin watch the final presidential debate from their hotel room in Manchester, N.H.

Posted by Wild Thing at 03:50 AM | Comments (16)

McCain Advisor Discusses Obama

McCain Advisor on Obama: "It's Like Running Against God, Because the Media has Already Anointed Him"

Wild Thing's comment.......

This advisor is right, I also like the way she mentions how if a person says anything truthful about Obama, they criticize Obama he complains....very true!!!

I say if it bothers Barack Hussein Obama then do it more. haha Nothing like watching his squirm.

....Thank you RAC for sending this to me.

RAC has a website that is awesome. 336th Assault Helicopter Company

13th Combat Aviation Battalion - 1st Aviation Brigade - Soc Trang, Republic of Vietnam

Posted by Wild Thing at 03:48 AM | Comments (9)

Barack and Michelle Obama's Socialist Plans For America

American Thinker ...for complete article

For conservatives opposed to an Obama presidency, the last few days have brought the wonder of the smoking gun: Obama really was a socialist. Combine that hidden paper trail with his Ayers affiliation, and it's reasonable to believe that Obama still holds these socialist political views.

~ snipet ~
In order to stir ordinary Americans to the sense of outrage those of us in the blogosphere feel, we need to remind them that socialism is not simply a more liberal version of ordinary American politics. It is, instead, its own animal, and a very feral, dangerous animal indeed.

~ snnipet ~

My favorite example is always Nazi Germany because so many people forget that it was a socialist dictatorship. Or perhaps they're ignorant of the fact that the Nazi's official and frequently forgotten name was the National Socialist German Worker's Party. In other words, while most people consider the Nazi party to be a totalitarian ideology arising from the right, it was, in fact, a totalitarian party arising from the left.

Practically within minutes of the Nazi takeover of the German government, individuals were subordinated to the state. Even industries that remained privately owned (and there were many, as opponents of the Nazis = socialist theory like to point out), were allowed to do so only if their owners bent their efforts to the benefit of the state. Show a hint of individualism, and an unwillingness to cooperate, and you'd swiftly find yourself in Dachau, with a government operative sitting in that executive chair you once owned.

We all know what life was like in this Nazi socialist state. Citizens immediately lost the right to bear arms; thought crimes were punished with imprisonment and death; children were indoctrinated into giving their allegiance to the state, not the family; the government dictated the way in which people could live their day-to-day lives; and people who appeared to be outliers to the harmony of the conscienceless government entity people were dehumanized and eventually slaughtered.

And here's something important for you to realize as you think about what happened in that socialist state. While a core group of people, Hitler included, undoubtedly envisioned these extremes as their initial goals, most didn't. They just thought that, after the utter chaos of the 1920s (especially the economic chaos), the socialists would calm the economy (which they did), and simply remove from people the painful obligation of having to make their way in the world. It was only incrementally that the average German bought into the ever-more-extreme demands of the state - and those who didn't buy in were coerced because of the state's unfettered willingness to use its vast, brute power to subordinate individuals to its demand.

~ snipet~

Regardless of Obama’s presumed good intentions, socialism always brings a society to a bad ending. I don’t want to believe that Americans who live in a free society that allows people to think what they will, do what they want, and succeed if they can, will willingly hand themselves over to the socialist ideology. They must therefore be reminded, again and again and again, that socialism isn’t just another political party; it’s the death knell to freedom. So remember, while McCain wants to change DC, Obama wants to change America.


Wild Thing's comment.......

The article is excellent and just too long to put here. If you have the time it is well worth reading.

We are getting down to the wire now in this election and there are still too many people that either are not listening or don't understand how dangerous Obama is for our country.

America is so wonderful and imo this election is the most important one in my lifetime.

Posted by Wild Thing at 03:47 AM | Comments (2)

Gov. Sarah Palin Had 3 Rallies In N.H.

Republican vice presidential nominee, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, speaks at a campaign rally at the Dover High School in Dover, N.H., Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2008

DOVER, N.H. - Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin said Wednesday she feels a kinship with the moose-hunting, tax-hating voters of New Hampshire who gave John McCain his first primary victory.

At the first of three rallies, the Alaska governor said New Hampshire's state motto, "Live Free or Die," would be a good motto for her state.

"You're a lot like the people of Alaska. We all love good moose hunting, I know that. We both so enjoy our great lands, with clean water, fresh air and abundant wildlife and good fishing. We love being outdoors, and I know that is New Hampshire also," she said. "And we both take seriously your state's motto _ I think it should be ours also _ "Live Free or Die."

Alaska's state motto is "North to the Future."

The two states are the only two with neither a general income nor a general sales tax, and Palin played up that history in repeating her argument that Democratic nominee Barack Obama would raise taxes.

The rallies all had a huge turnout similar to what we have been seeing. Fantastic!!!

Republican vice presidential candidate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, smiles as a crowd of supporters cheer during a night rally in Salem, N.H., Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2008

Gov. Sarah Palin, smiles as she tries on running shoes from Sarah Emberley at Joe King's in Concord, N.H., Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2008.

Gov. Sarah Palin, talks to a crowd at an outdoor rally in Laconia, N.H.

Sarah Palin, greets the crowd at an outdoor rally in Laconia, N.H

Posted by Wild Thing at 03:45 AM

October 15, 2008

Sarah Palin Gets GREAT Repsonse In Gaffe Machine Biden's OLD Hometown Scranton

Sea of red to greet Palin in Scranton

Times Leader.com


An e-mail sent from the McCain-Palin campaign urges those attending to wear red to the rally.

“We want to flood the venue with red to show our strength and determination to turn Pennsylvania red on Nov. 4,” the e-mail stated.

Red is the color used by political pundits to depict which states are Republican and blue is used to designate Democratic areas.

Carol Oleski, director of the Scranton office of Democrats for McCain, said the level of enthusiasm building up to Palin’s arrival is “unbelievable.”

“Absolutely, we will all be wearing red,” Oleski said. “We were told 10,000 tickets would be available for the event and they are going out fast. I expect a majority, if not all of them, will go.”

The Riverfront Sports Complex, depending on how it is configured, could hold up to 12,000 people.

Oleski said people from all areas have been calling for tickets. She said requests have come in from New York, New Jersey, Pottstown, Allentown and even California.

“Some people are actually flying in for this event,” Oleski said. “Most of the ticket requests have come from surrounding counties, but I expect a lot of people from out of the area to be here.”

Oleski said Palin’s visit has excited the volunteers in the office who she said have long awaited the Alaska governor’s arrival.

“We are all glad that Gov. Palin is giving this area the opportunity to see and hear her,” Oleski said. “We feel this area is extremely critical to the outcome of this election.”

Doors to the Palin rally open at 11 a.m. It is unknown exactly what time Palin will address the crowd.

Staunch Hillary Clinton supporter Lynette Long, a Bethesda, Md. psychologist, addressed a group at the Scranton office of Democrats for McCain on Monday.

Long, a vocal opponent of the Democratic caucus process that resulted in the nomination of Illinois Sen. Barack Obama, has become an avid supporter of the McCain-Palin ticket.

Long believes the efforts produced invalid results in the caucus states and the nomination of Obama as the Democratic candidate for the presidency is “against the will of the people.”

Long has now endorsed the McCain-Palin ticket.


For those that may not know Katies place has been closed for something like 15 years. LOL Biden is a total idiot.

Governor Sarah Palin took the McCain-Palin campaign into Sen. Joe Biden’s childhood city, pulling out all the stops at a rally in Scranton, Pennsylvania .

Scranton is Biden’s hometown and Sen. Clinton has roots there as well.

Just before Palin took the state at the indoor recreation center, the lights were dimmed and red, white and blue spotlights pulsated through the arena. Queen’s “We will Rock You” blared for a few minutes and then Palin entered to the “Rocky” theme. But there was more. Palin had a surprise guest. Country legend Lee Greenwood was in the house. After singing the Star Spangled Banner he launched into his hit “Proud to be an American”, drawing huge cheers and a few tear-filled eyes.



Lee Greenwood sings National Anthem Rally

Lee Greenwood God Bless the USA

Her speech and some photos on the video of the crowd and signing a football


Palin said, “Joe Biden had said that there’s no such thing as clean coal when we talked about clean-coal technology that’s needed.” The crowd booed. “Biden also has called environmentally friendly offshore drilling, he’s called it raping the outer continental shelf,” she said to more boos.

The crowd size was double of the crowd that showed up for Biden, Clintons rally.

Sarah Palin's campaigning is infused with contagious joy

From Hugh Hewitt.com

I'm watching Sarah Palin address a campaign rally in Scranton, Pennsylvania, live on Fox News, and I can't recall ever seeing a GOP rally like this. The crowd is genuinely pumped, which is rare enough. But what's genuinely amazing is watching and listening to Gov. Palin. I can't recall ever seeing a politician who so clearly relishes campaigning. She's animated and enthused. I know she's speaking from a teleprompter, and she's probably delivered large chunks of this same speech before many times, but she's tuned in on every line.

She is simply infused with joy. And it flows off the stage, and it's picked up quite powerfully by the TV cameras.

On his best occasions, Reagan had this same quality, but it was more muted, more of a twinkle from behind his carefully maintained stage presence. With Gov. Palin, it's nearly continuous and much more obvious. And I think that's a big part of why she inspires the same harsh counter-reactions from political opponents that Reagan did — the same desperate need to ridicule and belittle, to delegitimize. (You'll see it in the comments to this post within minutes after it goes up, of course.) She has to be shouted down and scorned, because if people are allowed to listen to her, that damned joy might turn out to be ... contagious!

It's a quality that was almost entirely missing from the speeches of, for example, Hillary Clinton, who turned every speech into a siege and whose grim purpose was impressive but slightly scary. Bubba, however, could work himself into joy at the drop of a hat.

Sarah Palin is just haviing a grand old time. If she's afraid of looking foolish, or of her elitist critics, or of her ticket's chances on November 4th, then she's entirely suppressed those fears. I freely admit that with me as a listener, and probably most of the folks at this rally, she's preaching to the choir. But so, too, are lots of politicians, in most of their speeches. And they just don't come across with this same zest.


Wild Thing's comment.........

This is in contrast to the "big gun" rally on Sunday with Hillary, Biden, Bill, etc. that had 3000 people in the same venue IN BIDEN'S HOMETOWN!!!!

Sarah doubled the crowd size from what I have read.

Sarah Palin was also on the Rush Limbaugh show yesterday.


God bless you Sarah Palin!!

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Actor Robert Duvall Blasts Palin Critics

Actor Duvall Blasts Palin Critics

abc news

ABC News' Imtiyaz Delawala Reports: Introducing Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin at a GOP fundraiser Monday, actor Robert Duvall blasted conservatives who have criticized the McCain-Palin ticket in recent days, calling conservative columnist George Will a "super-nerd" and former Wisconsin governor Tommy Thompson a "block of wood".

At an RNC fundraiser in McLean, VA, Duvall introduced Palin for the third time since her nomination to the Republican ticket, taking the opportunity to accuse Republicans critical of the McCain campaign as giving "credence to the other side."

"It bothers me that certain people in the Republican Party are attacking the McCain-Palin ticket, like super-nerd George...What's his name?” Duvall asked, prompting a few attendees to laugh and shout out George Will. “George...George, I can't even think. George Will," Duvall said, referring to the Washington Post columnist who has been critical of Palin.

The legendary actor then attacked former Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson, who campaigned with McCain last Friday in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Thompson had expressed unhappiness with the McCain campaign in an article that appeared in Sunday's New York Times. Asked if he was happy with Sen. McCain's campaign, Thompson told the paper, "No," adding, "I don't know who is."

"Tommy Thompson of uh, that original block of wood, from Wisconsin," Duvall responded at the fundraiser. "He attacked the team today. I mean, that's like being, instead of Monday morning quarterbacking, it’s during the game. It's Friday and Saturday night quarterbacking. It's like giving credence to the other side.”

The rhetoric was a departure from recent days, where Palin has toned down her criticism of Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama. Duvall used no such caution in his remarks, saying of Obama, "we gotta keep this guy out of the White House."

Duvall then introduced Palin, who quickly thanked him "for that very kind introduction"

Wild Thing's comment..........

Duvall is right LOL Tommy Thompson is indeed a block of wood. Duvall did good and he also introduced Sarah at the New Mexico Rally that I posted about.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:50 AM | Comments (12)

Gov.Sarah Palin and Our National Security

Alaska is the first line of defense in our missile interceptor defense system. The 49th Missile Defense Battalion of the Alaska National Guard is the unit that protects the entire nation from ballistic missile attacks. It’s on permanent active duty, unlike other Guard units.
As governor of Alaska, Palin is briefed on highly classified military issues, homeland security, and counterterrorism. Her exposure to classified material may rival even Biden's.
She's also the commander in chief of the Alaska State Defense Force (ASDF), a federally recognized militia incorporated into Homeland Security's counterterrorism plans.
Palin is privy to military and intelligence secrets that are vital to the entire country's defense. Given Alaska's proximity to Russia, she may have security clearances we don't even know about.
According to the Washington Post, she first met with McCain in February, but nobody ever found out. This is a woman used to keeping secrets.
She can be entrusted with our national security, because she already is.

Question: What is America's first line of missile interceptor defense that protects the entire United States?

Answer: 49th Missile Defense Battalion of Alaska National Guard.

Question: What is the ONLY National Guard unit on permanent active duty?

Answer: 49th Missile Defense Battalion of Alaska National Guard

Question: Who is the Commander in Chief of the 49th Missile Defense Battalion of Alaska National Guard?

Answer: Governor Sarah Palin, Alaska

Question: What U.S. governor is routinely briefed on highly classified military issues, homeland security, and counter terrorism?

Answer: Governor Sarah Palin, Alaska

Question: What U.S. governor has a higher classified security rating than either candidate of the Democrat Party?

Answer: Governor Sarah Palin, Alaska


Soldiers of the 49th Missile Defense Battalion defend America from an intercontinental ballistic missile threat 24 hours a day, seven days a week, while maintaining competency in all warrior tasks. (Photo by Sgt. Jack W. Carlson III, Unit Reporter, 49th Missile Defense Battalion.)

U.S. Northern Command brought the 100th Missile Defense Brigade (Ground-Based Midcourse Defense) to
operational level for the first time in response to the July 2006 North Korean missile crisis. Previously maintained
in test mode, the brigade, headquartered at Colorado Springs, Colorado, and its 49th Missile Defense Battalion
(Ground-Based Missile Defense) at Fort Greely, Alaska, remained at high alert status for the duration of the crisis.


Wild Thing's comment........

Dream on Obama, being a community organizer can't even come close to the experience Sarah Palin has had and what she is ready to take on even yes on day one!

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

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A Powerful Story About Sarah Palin - A Must See


Paying Special Attention to Special Needs (NBC news Sarah Palin story)



All along the campaign trail, children and adults with Down syndrome have been drawn to Gov. Sarah Palin's openness in how she deals with being a parent of a special needs child.

Wild Thing's comment........

This is a special story and it shows that every life is important and has a positive impact on all our lives... I love it.

I truly believe Sarah was called for such a time as this. Yes our country is on the verge of saying no to Sarah and picking socialism. but in my heart I believe with all I am that in the end, on Nov. 4th. This country will pick Sarah in an overwhelming way.

Not all of us are called regarding the polls and not all of us take polls ( on the phone or online or through the mail) , and we all know how most of the polls are fixed either by the wording or the ones online that can easily be fixed. Polls on this mean nothnig.

The crowds turning out for Sarah are enormous and loving and enthuastic for Sarah and what she brings, the America we all love and she loves too.

I believe that God has prepared Sarah to help lead our country in the right direction. I don’t think that it is a coincidence that Trig was born at this particular time. Our trials are allowed by God to make us stronger. Sarah is exactly what this country needs for inspiration. She does not hide her light under a bushel.

And Cindy McCain too, she encourages people to give of their own time and resources and leads by example. That’s in stark contrast to the liberal view on helping others by just taking other people’s money and wasting it on programs that don’t work or help anyone in the long run.

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:47 AM | Comments (8)

Clinton Supporters Attend Special Fund Raiser For Republican Ticket

Clinton Supporters Aid Palin

New York Times

Gov. Sarah Palin met with a group of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton’s former supporters Tuesday evening at a special fund-raising reception organized for them on behalf of the Republican ticket.

The reception, which organizers said brought in more than $500,000, was part of an extended evening of fund-raising for Ms. Palin and Senator John McCain’s presidential campaign at the Grand Hyatt in New York that officials estimated raised more than $8 million.

Ms. Palin, along with her husband, Todd, mingled and posed for pictures with the group of about 20, before appearing at the larger finance event, which McCain campaign officials said was the last time Mr. McCain would personally appear at a fund-raiser before the election. It was also the first time the pair had appeared together for donors.

More than 1,000 people paid $1,000 each for tickets to the main fund-raiser.

Nearly 250 people who contributed $25,000 got dinner beforehand with Mr. McCain.

The reception for former Clinton supporters, which also was attended by Rick Davis, the McCain campaign manager, was spearheaded by Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, a former telecommunications entrepreneur and “Hillraiser” who brought in more than $100,000 for Mrs. Clinton’s campaign; Calvin Fayard, also a former Hillraiser and longtime Democratic donor from Louisiana, and Miguel Lausell, a former senior political adviser to the Clinton campaign from Puerto Rico.

Other prominent former Clinton supporters in attendance included John Coale, a former Hillraiser, Washington lawyer and husband of Fox News television host Greta Van Susteren.

Everyone at the reception contributed $28,500 to McCain-Palin Victory 2008, a joint fund-raising committee for the Republican National Committee and several state Republican parties.

While Mrs. Clinton has implored her former supporters to back Senator Barack Obama, some still harbor ill will towards him, organizers said.

Wild Thing's comment..........

This has got to burn some Dems hearing about this dinner. LOL

I wonder how many out of those 18,000,000 voters are PUMA. The media keeps trying to tell us that the Hillary voters for McCain are just a myth. Well these people put out a lot of money to be there so, so much for the myth.

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Presidential Debate Tonight ~ Senator John McCain vs. Community Organizer Barack Hussein Obama

Debate Tonight

Posted by Wild Thing at 05:40 AM | Comments (6)

October 14, 2008

Shaking Things Up With Sarah Palin: "Are You Ready?"

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Barack Hussein Obama Indoctrination In School Books

This is from the mother of a Racine Unified School District 8th grader.

"My 8th grade son is in an advanced English class at a public middle school here in Racine, Wisconsin. I just found out that my son's new (copyright 2008) Wisconsin - McDougal Littell Literature book has 15 pages covering Barack Obama.
I was shocked - No John McCain, no Hillary Clinton, no George Bush - Just Barack Obama. I'm wondering how it is that Obama's story gets put into an 8th grade literature book? It would be one thing, if it was just the tidbit about his boyhood days, but 15 pages, and they talk about his "Life of Service". Honestly, what has Obama really done to be included in this book? Not only that, but on page 847 there is a photo of Obama at the 2004 Democratic Convention with at least 8 Obama signs in the background! Front & center is an www.obama2004.com sign.
Now I understand that many teachers are liberals, but does the school have the right to shove Obama down our kid's throats? All the kids grouped together and read the story. After that, they discussed it... I guess it appears that Obama is planning ahead. If he doesn't get his coveted Presidency, Obama is going to make sure, that the younger generations know all about him, and his "life of service".
If you would like to see the 15 page story on Obama, it appears that you can order this book online. There is a note in the book that says, For more on Barack Obama, visit the Literature Center at www.ClassZone.com The book is: Wisconsin - 8th grade - McDougal Littell Literature - copyright 2008. The Obama story starts on page 830. I hope you will take the time to look at this book. I'm really angry about this - In fact, I would love to rip the pages right out of this book.
By the way, you might find this interesting: I did a little checking on McDougal Littell, and it appears that MCDOUGAL, ALFRED L CHICAGO , IL 60611 - N/A/RETIRED has been making contributions to Barack Obama's campaign!
I found that information on this website.
Now I'm not an expert at these things (just a PTA mom), but It looks to me like Alfred McDougal is connected to McDougal Littell the same company that publishes the 8th grade textbook that has 15 pages on Obama. Like I said, I'm not an expert, but I'm sure you have someone who can delve into the dirty little details.
I guess my question is: Is it ethical for an Obama supporter to publish an educational book which has a 15 page Barrack Obama story in it? If the tax payers are paying for these books, why is it okay for McDougal Littell to promote Obama? This really bothers me. I would have no problem with it, if Obama had actually done something important. Why is Obama being put up on a pedestal, before he actually wins the pedestal? All I can say, is we can thank the liberal media, and now the liberal book publishers. Thanks to them, I'm sure there are probably thousands of these books all across the United States."

Wild Thing's comment...........

Another canary in the mineshaft of freedom, decency, and common sense just died.

I have never seen anything all the things we have seen happening in my life.......NOT IN OUR COUNTRY!

* This is from a blog called Real Debate Wisconsin

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McCain/Palin Campaign Calendar

McCain/Palin Campaign website

10/14/2008 Women's Town Hall Meeting: Tuesday October 14th in Montgomery County, PA Please join Senator John McCain for a Women's Town Hall Meeting in Blue Bell (Montgomery County), PA

10/14/2008 Road to Victory Rally: Tuesday October 14th in Scranton, PA Please join Governor Sarah Palin for a Road to Victory Rally in Scranton, PA

10/15/2008 Presidential Debate: October 15th in Hempstead, NY Please watch John McCain debate Barack Obama in a Presidential Debate, focusing on domestic policy,

10/15/2008 Campaign Rally: Wednesday October 15th in Dover, NH Please join Governor Sarah Palin for a Campaign Rally in Dover, NH

10/15/2008 Road to Victory Rally: Wednesday October 15th in Laconia, NH Please join Governor Sarah Palin and Your New Hampshire Ticket for a Road to Victory Rally in Laconia, NH

10/15/2008 Road to Victory Rally: Wednesday October 15th in Salem, NH Please join Governor Sarah Palin and Your New Hampshire Ticket for a Road to Victory Rally in Salem, NH

10/16/2008 Road to Victory Rally: Thursday October 16th in Bangor, ME Please join Governor Sarah Palin and your Maine Ticket for a Road to Victory Rally in Bangor, ME

10/16/2008 Road to Victory Rally: Thursday October 16th in Chester County, PA Please join Senator John McCain for a Road to Victory Rally

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Sarah Palin Sweetly Serves Cider At Farmers Market

Video shows footage of Gov Palin serving state troopers cider before herself.

Sarah Palin's motorcade followed Ohio Route 7 to Ohio Route 60 and then went back through downtown Marietta Sunday afternoon to get onto I-77.

Gov. Palin spent about 15 minutes meeting local residents at L.E. Huck & Sons Farm Market off Ohio Route 60.

Wild Thing's comment...........

This was on Sunday the 12th, I had read the article but they finally put it on a video so I could show you.

Footage like this is TORTURE to Sarah-haters!!! It is so genuine, sincere and inspirational. No amount of spinning can make Sarah look bad and any attempt by her critics to do so will just reflect negatively on them. Keep on smiling Sarah!!!

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:48 AM | Comments (6)

Obvious the DNC Does Not Believe in Vetting Their Presidential Candidate Obama

Obama might say about this photo......"That's not the me I knew"

Obama website lies about ACORN ties

Campaign tries to distance senator from group convicted of voter fraud

wnd ...for complete article

By Aaron Klein

Sen. Barack Obama's campaign is misleading the public regarding the presidential candidate's ties to a radical leftist organization that has admitted to major financial improprieties and has been convicted in numerous, massive voter fraud scandals.

Sen. John McCain’s presidential campaign Friday stepped up its efforts to draw attention to Obama's alleged relationship with ACORN, or the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, holding a conference call in which McCain spokesman Rick Davis accused Obama of making "very inconsistent remarks about what his relationship with this organization is."

In response to the increased focus on ACORN, the Obama campaign last week claimed on its "Fight the Smears" website the presidential candidate was "never an ACORN community organizer; ACORN never hired Obama as a trainer, organizer, or any type of employee; ACORN was not part of Project Vote, the successful voter registration drive Barack ran in 1992."

But these blanket statements are false and misleading.

In 1992, Obama was director of Project Vote in Chicago, which helped register 150,000 voters on the city's South Side. Obama's successful work was credited in multiple media reports with helping to elect Democratic Senator Carol Moseley Braun.

Obama's campaign claims ACORN was "not part of" Project Vote, but the organization's incorporation papers, obtained by WND, show Project Vote is a trademark name whose parent company is registered at the same New Orleans address in which ACORN and multiple ACORN affiliates are housed.

Obama himself previously connected Project Vote to ACORN.

"I've been fighting alongside ACORN on issues you care about my entire career. Even before I was an elected official, when I ran Project Vote voter registration drives in Illinois, ACORN was smack dab in the middle of it, and we appreciate your work," Obama was quoted on his own campaign website as saying at an ACORN meeting, according to a post by official Obama website blogger Sam Graham-Felsen.

In a misleading statement, Obama's site claims "ACORN never hired Obama as a trainer, organizer, or any type of employee," but it fails to mention Obama was an unpaid ACORN trainer, as WND first reported in August.

Obama has deep ties to ACORN, including with Ayers

Although Obama has been downplaying his relationship with ACORN, the presidential candidate has deep-seated ties to the radical group.

ACORN is very active in Obama's native Chicago, where in 1997, some 200 members attempted to storm a City Hall meeting, resulting in six members being arrested, including Madeleine Talbot, ACORN's Chicago director.

In the early 1990's Talbot invited Obama to help train ACORN activists.

Obama and other Chicago attorneys won a 1995 suit on behalf of ACORN, forcing the state of Illinois to implement the federal "motor-voter" bill.

While Obama served on the board of the Woods Fund, a Chicago nonprofit, it channeled millions of dollars to ACORN and affiliated groups.

Obama actively sought and received the endorsement by ACORN for his local campaigns.

In the Social Policy Journal, Toni Foulkes, a Chicago ACORN leader, documents what he terms Obama's "long service" with ACORN, which he said led many of the organization's members to help in voter campaigns for Obama's early Chicago campaigns.

Foulkes said Obama and ACORN were "old friends."

ACORN endorsed Obama's presidential campaign, an endorsement touted on Obama's official website.

"What it came down to was that Senator Obama is the candidate who best understands and can affect change on the issues ACORN cares about like stopping foreclosures, enacting fair and comprehensive immigration reform, and building stronger and safer communities across America," said ACORN's Maude Hurd of the group's Obama endorsement.

Campaign pays ACORN affiliate

WND reported in August Obama's campaign paid more than $800,000 in services to Citizen Services Inc. (CSI), a nonprofit organization that is an offshoot of ACORN.

'ACORN may skew PA vote,' election integrity in doubt across country

Last Friday former state Supreme Court Justice Sandra Newman, a Republican, said at a news conference she has no confidence in the integrity of the electoral process in Pennsylvania as a result of what she termed the extensive voter registration effort by ACORN.

Group promoting Obama has history of major voter fraud

Intrusive, radical protest tactics

ACORN protests have turned violent, at times as soon as the rallies began. Some protests disrupted Federal Reserve hearings and busted into closed city council meetings.

Wild Thing's comment...........

The problem here is so fundamental: The founding fathers gave us a way to overthrow the government non-violently - by the vote. ACORN has apparently been undermining that basic ability, and that undermines the nation.

....Thank you Mark for sending this to me.

Posted by Wild Thing at 02:47 AM | Comments (9)

It's not just ACORN It's Obama Tactics and His Campaign As Well!

Hillary Clinton's campaign alleged election fraud and voter intimidation by Obama's campaign. It's not just ACORN!

Clinton campaign's letter to the Nevada State Democratic Party. Here is the original, in .pdf format.

RYAN, PHILLIPS, UTRECHT 5. MACKINNON ATTORNEYS AT LAW ’ Nonlawyer Partner 1133 Connecticut Avenue, N.W. Suite 300 Washington, D.C. 20036 (202) 293-1177 Facsimile (202) 293-3411
January 23, 2008 Jill Derby, Chair Nevada State Democratic Party 1210 South Valley View Road Suite 114 Las Vegas, NV 89102

Dear Chair Derby: I write on behalf of Hillary Clinton for President (”the Committee”) in regard to the January 19, 2008 Nevada Democ-ratic Caucus. The Committee is aware of a letter addressed to you today from the Obama for America campaign requesting an inquiry into the conduct of the caucuses. The Committee shares the Obama campaign’s concern that full participation in the democratic process may have been compromised by the substantial number of irregularities occurring at the caucuses, and we fully support a complete inquiry by the Nevada State Democratic Party (the ”Party”) into all caucus improprieties.

This letter is not intended as a response to the Obama campaign’s letter. However, in the interest of a complete record, and in contrast to the alleged minor procedural problems noted by the Obama campaign, the Committee wishes to bring to your attention information we have received evidencing a premeditated and predesigned plan by the Obama campaign to engage in systematic corruption of the Party’s caucus procedures. Compounding this blatant distortion of the caucus rules was an egregious effort by the Obama campaign to manipulate the voter registration process in its own favor, thereby disenfranchising countless voters. Finally, the Committee has received a vast number of reliable reports of voter suppression and intimidation by the Obama campaign or its allies.

The Committee had 30 phone lines on Saturday to receive calls in its Las Vegas offices. These lines rang continuously from early morning until well after the caucuses concluded with reports from people who were victimized and who observed irregularities. The phone lines were so over-whelmed that many callers resorted to calling individual Committee staff cell phones to report that they could not get through. The Committee also received many similar calls at its national headquarters.

The Committee is confident that any investigation into the conduct of the caucuses will be thorough, fair and in the interest of insuring that future Party caucuses will be as open and democratic as possible.

Systematic Corruption of the Party’s Caucus Procedures The Committee received substantially similar reports of improprieties of such a number as to leave no conclusion but that the Obama campaign and its allies and supporters engaged in a planned effort to subvert the Party’s caucus procedures to its advantage. For example:

þ Preference cards were premarked for Obama.

þ Clinton supporters were denied preference cards on the basis that none were left, while Obama supporters at the same caucus sites were given preference cards.

þ Caucus chairs obviously supporting Obama: o Deliberately miscounted votes to favor Senator Obama. o Deliberately counted unregistered persons as Obama votes. o Deliberately counted young children as Obama votes. o Refused to accept preference cards from Clinton supporters who were at the caucus site by noon on the ground that the cards were not filled out fast enough. o Told Clinton supporters to leave prior to electing delegates.

þ Clinton supporters who arrived late were turned away from the caucus, while late Obama supporters were admitted to the caucus.

Manipulation of the Voter Registration Process Numerous reports received by the Committee demonstrate a concerted effort on the part of the Obama campaign and its supporters to prevent eligible voters supporting a candidate other than Senator Obama from caucusing. The Obama supporters complained of were acting in positions of authority at the caucus sites. Some of these reports are as follows:

þ Obama supporters wrongly informed Clinton supporters that they were not allowed to participate in the caucus if their names were not on the voter rolls. However, Obama supporters whose names did not appear on the voter rolls were permitted to register at the caucus site.

þ Obama supporters falsely informed Clinton supporters that no registration forms were available for them to register to vote at the caucus site.

þ Obama supporters wrongly told Clinton supporters who were attempting to caucus at the wrong precinct that they could not caucus at that site, while simultaneously permitting Obama supporters at the wrong precinct to participate.

þ Obama supporters were allowed to move to the front of the registration and sign-in line.

Voter Suppression and Intimidation The Committee received a substantial number of disturbing reports from voters that they had been subject to harassment, intimidation or efforts to prevent them from voting. Some of the most egregious of these complaints are described below:

þ Voters at at-large caucus sites were informed that those sites were for Obama supporters only.

þ Clinton supporters at at-large caucus sites were told that their managers would be watching them while they caucused.

þ Workers were informed that their supervisors kept lists of Clinton and Obama supporters, and were told that they could not caucus unless their name was on the list of Obama supporters.

þ Many Clinton supporters were threatened with employment termination or other discipline if they caucused for Senator Clinton.

þ Workers were required to sign a pledge card to support Obama if they wanted time off to participate in the caucus. þ Workers at one casino were offered a lavish lunch and permitted to attend and register to vote only if they agree to support Obama.

The complaints summarized above represent only a small sample of the complaints received by the Committee. With respect to each of these complaints and many more, the Committee has the names and phone numbers of those reporting these incidents and the specific precinct numbers where the incidents occurred. Upon request the Committee will share these with the Party with appropriate safeguards to protect these individuals from reprisal. On the whole, these reports show a troubling effort by the Obama campaign and its allies and supporters to advance their own campaign at the expense of the right of all Nevada Democrats to participate in the democratic process in a free, fair and open manner.

Senator Clinton and the Committee are wholly committed to ensuring that every eligible voter has his or her vote cast and counted. There is no place in the American electoral process for the types of voter suppression, intimidation and harassment systematically engaged in by the Obama campaign, its allies and supporters.

Sincerely, /v Lyn Utrecht Counsel Hillary Clinton for President

Wild Thing's comment........

This is all important because it shows the kind of campaign Barack Hussein Obama is running, how the DNC so far has done nothing about this kind of behavior and apparently back it up. And now it is not Hillary running against Obama but McCain/Palin and what is in store for our voting.

We already know how Obama tells bold face liles, how he has no shame in his associations and the more we learn about him he is a Chicago thug and runs his campaign accordingly.

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October 13, 2008

McCain/Palin Rally in Virginia Beach, VA. and Richmond, VA. and N.C.

Hank Williams Jr. may have a new number one fan: Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

The country star, who is performing at a campaign event in Virginia for Palin and Sen. John McCain on Monday, got a call on his cell phone from Palin, according to CMT.com.

"Huge fan," Palin said, admitting that she owns all of Williams's albums. The two also bonded over one of their favorite shared pastimes, moose hunting.

"I hunt moose," Palin told him.

"I hunt moose, too," Williams said. "I have a house in Montana."

The Alaska governor promised to hang out with Williams and go moose hunting together after Election Day.

The rally with Sarah Palin was moved from the Arthur Ashe Center, which holds 6,000 to the racetrack complex in Richmond due to the tickets were over 28,000 and the crowd reached 30,000 according to the Washington Post which means it might have been even larger since as we all know the media keeps the number down when reporting the Republican ticket.

Hank Williams Jr arrived at rally with Sarah.

Hank Williams Jr is there to sing the national anthem, before introducing the Republican presidential candidate, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and his running mate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin Monday, Oct. 13, 2008, during a campaign rally in Virginia Beach Va., held at the Virginia Beach Convention Center.

Sarah’s singing the Anthem along with the crowd...she’s so REAL!

Then he sings another song.......

Hank Williams Jr. song, "McCain-Palin Tradition"

The song rips Dems and summarizes Fannie and Freddie, Obama’s ties to radicals, etc. Should be played as a campaign ad.

The above video has been getting a lot of hits and sometimes does not work. Below is an extra one from another source just in case.

Hank Williams, Jr. ....""Are you ready for some Sarah!" ( he sang it again at the close of the rally)


“We are looking to the future because thats where you find the solutions” - Sarah Palin

Sarah recognizes crowd yelling “ACORN” and adds.............“And there is ANGER about Voter fraud”.........Sarah gets loud applause.
She is a fantastic communicator.

Leading the crowd in “Drill, Baby, Drill!” chant.

Talking up nuclear and coal for energy.

Chiding Biden for saying “There is no clean coal.”

Whether Biden approves or not, she and John McCain will develop clean coal technology, and drill safely for oil resources offshore.

“We will drill, and we will drill now!”

Crowd wild for her.

Now talking about children with special needs.

LOL , She should keep talking. The stock Market is above 9000 now nearing 9100. Update: went over 9100.

Sarah taking about having learned things when faced with having a special needs child.

Every child has something to give the world.

“There is the world’s standards of perfection. Then there are God’s.” Crowd cheers.

Obviously, Sarah is way above Obama's "paygrade. "

“Trig is precios because he is vulnerable...we can learn from Trig...when we hold Trig we don’t feel scared we feel blessed...”

Invoking Ronald Reagan and the forward march of freedom in the world.

Defends the Second Amendment by name. Crowd cheers!

“We believe in the promise of America.”

“America is not something to apologize for. America is not the problem. America is the solution.”


MCCain is here in Wilmington NC

McCain had 16,000 at his speech (according to Fox)

Republican presidential candidate, Sen. John McCain, second from left, flanked by his wife, Cindy McCain, left, his vice presidential running mate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, second from right, and her husband, Todd Palin, right, addresses their supporters during a campaign rally at the Virginia Beach Convention Center in Virginia Beach, Va., on Monday, Oct. 13, 2008.

Wild Thing's comment........

This is the real America, this is what the founders meant to create. I combined the rallies that happened today.

Posted by Wild Thing at 06:24 PM | Comments (8)

Kelsey Grammer and John Ratzenberger Stop By a McCain/ Palin Headquarters

Kelsey Grammer getting ready to make phone calls to voters at one of the McCain/Palin campaign headquarters



Kelsey Grammer used a neat phrase to describe Sarah Palin:

“The silver bullet.”

I like that.

John Ratzenberger had gone with Kelsey and they both made some calls.


Wild Thing's comment........

I love it, these two are good guys and Republicans. I can’t believe they actually showed it on ABC.

Thank you Kelsey and John!!

Off topic but this is too good not to share. hahaha

This was on one of the shows Boston Legal , Shatener plays a guy on the show named Denny Crane that is the only Republican on the show, and it is so........... well look and see I think you will like how William Shatner handles the situation he is in. LOL

Shatner VIDEO

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Imagining a President Obama ~ It’s Like a B Movie Horror Flick

Imagining a President Obama

By Salena Zito


Most Americans wake every morning to news that Barack Obama will win next month's presidential election. Strategists even say the word "landslide" aloud.

Every poll shows it, every pundit echoes it, and every analyst predicts it -- therefore it must be true, right?

Let's take this political axiom to some of those who do the predicting, to project what America will look like under an Obama administration, governing with a Democrat congressional majority led by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.

Beckel says that, in government and politics, the policy pendulum always swings back and forth and, particularly in this economic crisis, "people will want -- and Obama will deliver -- more government involvement."

"They feel more comfortable with that than they do with a bunch of people on Wall Street," he says.

Beckel sees an Obama appointment of Hillary Clinton to the Supreme Court bench as soon as an opening occurs, and he dismisses the massive move toward industry regulations that some people predict.

One insider, who refuses to predict on the record, says privately that Obama will quickly announce his appointments to the Cabinet positions of state, defense, treasury and attorney general. He believes Obama's Cabinet is shaping up to look like this: retiring U.S. Sen. Chuck Hagel, R-Neb., as defense secretary; Massachusetts Democrat Gov. Deval Patrick as attorney general; New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a political independent, at treasury; Susan Rice as national security adviser; Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., as secretary of state.

Mark Siegel, a former Democratic National Committee executive director, says Obama will want to make it immediately clear to America and to the world that "there's a new sheriff in town." He expects Obama to make that point dramatically by issuing several executive orders.

Siegel says you will see Obama immediately suspend all pending judicial nominations, close Guantanamo, then reassure the world that he will never permit torture.

Also look for a doubling of the Peace Corps, a brand-new Volunteer Youth Network, an expansion of U.S. assistance for "Teach for America," and a reduction of interest rates on student loans, Siegel predicts.

What a difference four short years makes, says Brian Darling, a congressional analyst for The Heritage Foundation.

Darling predicts Obama's tax policy will have an immediate effect on small businesses and result in many individuals seeing their marginal tax rate double. Any Supreme Court retirements would dramatically change the direction of American jurisprudence. And he warns that the push for new regulations is the wrong reaction to problems on Wall Street.

"We need more capitalism, not less. Telecommunications has thrived without regulations, and our economy should make sure that politicians in Washington do not try to regulate and tax our way out of the current economic downturn."

University of Arkansas political scientist Bob Maranto says the Illinois senator is a pragmatist tactically: "Obama knows that if you try to impose things like racial quotas and gay marriage, that would not be a vote-winner. But if you appoint federal judges who impose those policies, you can evade responsibility."

Maranto suspects those are the judges Obama would appoint.

He warns that Obama is no fool. "Socialism is dead, and Barack Obama knows it," he explains. "He would, however, favor a very strong government hand in regulating the economy, both because he believes that government knows best and because that means more subsidies and jobs to hand out to supporters, and more votes and PAC contributions to get in return."

All four men agree that if Obama becomes president with Congress sharing his beliefs, then "change" is definite -- but not infinite.

The degree of success or enforcement, they say, depends on how far the press and the next midterm election will allow the new president and Congress to go.

Wild Thing's comment..........

I really believe Obama Presidency will be a nightmare we need to fight happening. It would hit blogs and conservative forums as some of it's first targets imo and also conservative talk shows. Welcome to Socialism and communisim Obama style.

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LMAO Video of State Sen.Watson Unable To List ONE Accompolishment of Obama

Chris Matthews grills State Sen. Kirk Watson (D-TX) on Barack Obama's legislative accomplishments,

February 19 2008

Wild Thing's comment........

This is HILARIOUS!! Very telling about pathetic communist Barack Hussein Obama too. But soooo funny all the same.

Wouldn't this make a great commercial?? hahahahaa

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RNC New AD ~ " Guilt By Participation"

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October 12, 2008

Surprise Pumpkin Picker Piper Palin and Sarah Palin At The Way Fruit Farm

Palin mingles with crowd in unexpected visit to Way Fruit Farm

Centre Daily Times

The Way Fruit Farm Fall Festival had a surprise pumpkin picker Saturday: Sarah Palin.


The Way Fruit Farm Fall Festival had a surprise pumpkin picker Saturday: Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

Palin made the unannounced visit with her youngest daughter, Piper, on her way from a rally in Johnstown to the University Park Airport, where her plane was taking off for Philadelphia.

The visit was kept secret until seconds before John McCain’s “Straight Talk Express” bus rolled up and caught festivalgoers completely off guard.

“I saw the bus come up, took a picture of it,” said State College resident Ty Arbutiski, who had come with his wife and kids to the festival. “The kids were still out petting the bunnies. I said, ‘I’m going to go see if they’re stopping,’ ran up here and sure enough they did stop.”
“I yelled to her, ‘She rocks,’ she waved to me and said ‘Thank you,’ and came over and shook my hand. So I’m a happy guy. I may never wash it again.”

Even Way Fruit Farm’s owner, Brooks Way, and the press had little advance notice.

Sarah and Piper Palin spent a few minutes picking pumpkins with Bellefonte Elementary School student Max Theuer, who Palin grabbed from the crowd while greeting people.

“I said, ‘OK, I’ll help,’ ” Max, 9, said. “I just pointed to a pumpkin.”
Max picked out a plump, round pumpkin that Piper apparently wasn’t satisfied with. After Piper whispered to her mother, Palin said: “An even bigger one? Piper!”

They ended up with two pumpkins, one for Piper and one for Max, before Palin greeted some in the crowd and then left.

“She asked, ‘Would you like a pumpkin?’ ” Max said, who added that he “was kind of excited” about the experience.
“We were floored that she was so down to earth,” said Mike Theuer, Max’s father. “She paid literally out of her pocket.”

Palin spent about 15 minutes at the festival before leaving for the airport. She was scheduled to drop the puck Saturday night at the Philadelphia Flyers game.

“I introduced her to my mom and dad,” Brooks Way said. “They are fourth generation farmers. I’m fifth. My daughter Megan is sixth and my grandchildren Emma and Katie are seventh. She was impressed with that.”

Brooks Way said he doesn’t like to be political because that alienates him from 50 percent of people, and didn’t say if he was a McCain-Palin supporter.

“I am a Republican, yes,” he said. “I have not decided. But it’s changing today. Have you noticed, there’s no signs for either candidate. It will stay that way.”

The fall festival takes place every year on the second and third Saturdays of October. And on this beautiful sunny fall day, it drew hundreds of people.

“Go get her, governor!” screamed a man in the crowd. “Hey,” Palin said, then waved. “Thank you.”

One mother of five tracked down an agent to tell him that she has a son with Down syndrome, as does Palin.

Palin spent a few seconds with them and others who snapped pictures and shook her hand.

She didn’t field any questions from the press and didn’t make any public comment. This was just a quick, drop-in visit, staff said.

Local Republicans had been pushing for Palin to make an appearance in Centre County on Saturday.

Friday afternoon, Fox Hill Road leading up to the University Park Airport was lined with “McCain-Palin” yard signs, and one local Republican committee insider said it was unclear how they got there, stirring the rumors of a surprise Palin visit.

“We saw her and were like, ‘Oh my gosh, we love her!’ ” said Brenda Webb, who had arrived at the festival just before Palin.
“We’ve been watching her in the debates and everything,” Webb said.
Her daughter, Moriah, and Moriah’s friend, Ashley Reed, got to see in person the woman they’ve been so excited to watch on television, Webb said. “It’s so exciting for them. They’ve been really interested, so it was great for them to actually meet her.”

Wild Thing's comment...........

Sarah is such a great mom and so many of the expressions of Piper you can see Sarah in her. They are so much alike it is just adorable.

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Barack Hussein Obama Saying Acorn and Friends To Shapre His Pres. Agenda!

Obama at ACORN meeting: "We are going to be calling all of you in to shape the agenda of my presidency."

And this one too.......

Obama: "An ACORN Doesn't Fall Far From the Tree"

McCain/Palin new ad " ACORN"

McCain/Palin Campaign Memo on ACORN

TO: Interested Parties
RE: Barack Obama & ACORN

DATE: October 10, 2008

McCain Palin website

Today, the McCain campaign outlined the intimate and longstanding relationship between Barack Obama and the Association of Community Organizers for Reform Now (ACORN). Given ACORN’s recent efforts to engage in voter fraud and to disrupt our political system, Obama’s affiliation with this group raises serious questions about his judgment and ability to lead this nation.

As of today, ACORN is under investigation for fraudulent activities in at least 11 key battleground states and accused of wrongdoing in many others. According to election officials across the country, about 50% of ACORN’s voter registrations are fictitious. This week alone, ACORN offices in Nevada were raided by state officials – after the starting lineup of the Dallas Cowboys appeared registered to vote in Las Vegas – and in Connecticut, a seven-year-old child registered to vote as a 27-year-old.

Below is a brief summary of Obama’s connection to the organization. A diagram of connections outlining Obama’s many ties to ACORN can be found here: http://www.gop.com/ObamaAcornTree .

The relationship between Barack Obama and ACORN dates back to the early 1990s, well before the start of his political career. In 1992, Obama directed Project Vote – an arm of ACORN that also encouraged voter registration. Around the same time, Obama began teaching classes for “Future Leaders Identified by ACORN,” and according to an op-ed at the time, Obama continued his community organizing work largely through these classes.

Obama soon moved on from his role as a community organizer and became a trial attorney for ACORN. In 1995, Obama represented ACORN in a lawsuit against the state of Illinois for its supposed failure to implement a federal law designed to make voter registration easier, and thus increasing the l