Monthly Archives: November 2009

WH crashers linked to Rashid Khalidi

Oh, my.  Maybe the Salahis were invited after all.

See Gateway Pundit for beyond interesting connection between the Salahis and Obama and radical Rashid Khalidi.

Read more about this at Gateway Pundit.  And

American Power has more on the Salahi’s leadership role with the the American Task Force on Palestinian, the “moderate” rights groups pushing a thinly-veiled program of Palestinian nationalism and the “right of return” (the backdoor destruction of Israel).

According to Discover the Networks, ATFP’s former vice president is Rashid Khalidi, the Columbia University Middle East Studies professor and militant Palestinian rights activist.

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As you may recall. The LA Times hid the tape of Barack Obama attending a 2003 Jew-bash where he praised and toasted the former PLO operative Rashid Khalidi.

Obama pictured below with the Salahis:

From Left to Right is: Randy Jackson, better known as a Judge on American Idol – his previous life he was a bass player for the Rock band JOURNEY, which also performed at the America’s Polo Cup. Others pictured are Black Eyed Peas Rock Band, Tareq Salahi the President of the America’s Polo Cup, Barack Obama, Fergie from Black Eyed Peas and Michaele Salahi a former Miss USA and SuperModel.

No wonder he is smiling and talking to her as if he knows her – because he does.

So what you want to bet Obama himself okayed them coming in with a camera crew, no less.

Already, various Arab groups are making the Salahis heroes of the anti-U.S. or anti-Israeli causes on the Internet.

An ATFP picture shows Tareq Salahi as a board member of their group a week ago. He has been deleted now.

All paths seem to lead to a radical with Obama.

See RBO for more details on the Obama/Khalidi connection.

Posted:  11.29.09

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Merry Christmas From the Family

My favorite for fun Christmas song. 🙂

Sing Along!
Mom got drunk and Dad got drunk at our Christmas party
We were drinking champagne punch and homemade eggnog
Little sister brought her new boyfriend
He was a Mexican
We didn’t know what to think of him until he sang
Felis Navidad, Felis Navidad

Brother Ken brought his kids with him
The three from his first wife Lynn
And the two identical twins from his second wife Mary Nell
Of course he brought his new wife Kay
Who talks all about AA
Chain smoking while the stereo plays Noel, Noel
The First Noel

Carve the Turkey
Turn the ball game on
It’s margaritas when the eggnog’s gone
Send somebody to the Quickpak Store
We need some ice and an extension chord
A can of bean dip and some Diet Rites
A box of tampons, some Marlboro Lights
Hallelujah everybody say cheese
Merry Christmas from the family

Fred and Rita drove from Harlingen
I can’t remember how I’m kin to them
But when they tried to plug their motor home in
They blew our Christmas lights
Cousin David knew just what went wrong
So we all waited out on our front lawn
He threw the breaker and the lights came on
And we sang Silent Night, Silent Night, Oh Holy Night

Carve the turkey turn the ball game on
Drink Bloody Marys
Cause We All Want One!
Send somebody to the Stop ‘N Go
We need some celery and a can of fake snow
A bag of lemons and some Diet Sprites
A box of tampons, some Salem Lights
Hallelujah, everybody say cheese
Merry Christmas from the Family

Felis Navidad!

Robert Earl Keen.

Rather appropriately, mystery pervades the career of Robert Earl Keen, the most successful artist that many Americans have never heard. He’s had his songs recorded by George Strait, Lyle Lovett, Shawn Colvin, the Dixie Chicks and the Highwaymen (Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash & Kris Kristofferson); appeared in such prestigious publications as Playboy and Men’s Journal; performed on Late Night With Conan O’Brien and The Today Show; had Garth Brooks mention his music in one of his own songs, and played concert venues steadily for more than 20 years. By his own admission, he’s never had a song hit the Top 10 of a major chart, and yet he consistently plays sold-out shows for audiences that number sometimes as many as 25,000.

Posted:  11.28.09

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Katie Couric pictured with White House crasher

Tareq and Michaele Salahi crashed the White House state dinner, making it all the way to Rahm Emanuel, the vice president (who is really beaming in his pic), and even the president himself.

But this is my favorite here.  Katie Couric and Tareq – or is this Michaele?  Who knows which is which.

But some people are so easily fooled.

Seems fitting to me since everything in the circle of this administration – the press and media, and democratic congress – seems to be nothing but a reality show.  We can only hope that it is not real.

By the way, Katie, what publications have you been reading lately?

Story Here.

Posted:  11.28.09

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One Nation Under God

America was founded on the principles set out in the Bible. It is God who has endowed us with the rights we have, not any man or government.

All states’ Constitutions mention God.

Florida, originally from 1845, contains in its preamble a statement of gratitude to God:“We, the people of the State of Florida, being grateful to Almighty God for our constitutional liberty, in order to secure its benefits, perfect our government, insure domestic tranquility, maintain public order, and guarantee equal civil and political rights to all, ordain and establish this constitution.”

See all the states here.

I believe that America is a Christian country, and because we are a Christian country, we have respect for other religions and for those with no religion.  I’m sick and tired of hearing about how we are no longer a Christian nation,(or never were), because we are and we better hope and pray we stay that way.

Christ has said “come unto me, all who are weary and heavy-laden.” He stands with his arms outstretched and he continually knocks on the heart’s door that opens only from the inside.  Nobody is required to be a Christian.  It’s an invitation and a privilege.  But that does not mean that we have to become like any other religion or to become as an atheist with no signs of our faith.

We Do Not have to strip evidence of Christianity from our lives and especially now at Christmas time.  Christmas is a Christian holiday, in case that’s not obvious, so anyone who does not want to celebrate it, just don’t. But Christians should be able to celebrate it any way we want to.  I usually remain silent on my faith, but I’m going to stand up for it as it is being threatened at every hand.

So just leave the mangers alone, damn it.  (And the crosses, too.)

“For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.”

Merry Christmas

Posted:  11.27.09


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Sarah Palin signs books at Barnes and Noble, Villages (Update) Videos

Sarah Palin book signing yesterday in Florida

Hundreds of people look on as Sarah Palin arrives for a book signing at the Barnes & Noble at Lake Sumter Landing in The Villages, Fla. on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2009. Palin came to The Villages for a book signing to promote her new book “Sarah Palin Going Rogue An American Life”

Sarah Palin look-alike  🙂

Reportedly greeted by a crowd of 1,500 to 2,000, Sarah Palin was at Barnes and Noble in The Villages, Florida yesterday.  If the paper gives that number, I imagine there were a lot more, because they always under estimate.  Fox News Gretchen Carlson was traveling with her to report.   Here’s Some excerpts from the article in the Ocala Star Banner.

Randy Highsmith drove roughly 80 miles, spent the night in a parking lot hunkered down in a sleeping bag and waited more than an hour with several hundred people as storm clouds gathered overhead…..

Kevin Kerbow and his wife were first in line to have their book autographed after making the trip from Citrus County almost 24 hours before Palin was set to hit town.

Near 3 p.m., Palin exited the bus along with her daughter Piper and son Trig.

She thanked the crowd for attending and noted that The Villages was one of the family’s favorite stops during the election campaign.

She also expressed her gratitude for people purchasing her book so they could read her story “unfiltered” by the media. She then took a seat next to Carlson on an impromptu stage and spent about 20 minutes conducting an interview that was to be aired on Fox News this morning.

The video below shows the crowd at 9:00 p.m. Monday night.  This young lady has started her video journal at 5:00 p.m. on Monday night showing how the crowd gathers throughout the night.

The video below shows her first video on Tuesday morning with about 7 hours  still remaining until Sarah Palin arrives.

When she appeared here during the campaign, we waited from about 8:00 in the morning until her arrival at 3:00 p.m.  But this is real dedication here!

See another account here.

Posted:  11.25.09

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Lou Dobbs for president?

Could be that Lou Dobbs is considering a run for president in 2012?  He hinted as much in an interview over the weekend.

It’s one of the discussions that we’re having,” Dobbs said to one of the anchors of WTOP radio. “For the first time, I’m actually listening to some people about politics.”

“We’ve got to do something in this country and I think that being in the public arena means you’ve got to be part of the solution.”

Story.

He has posted this statement on his website:

“More Independent Than Ever

The world’s first all-news television network is now a much loved part of my past, and it seems like just yesterday that CNN was only one of Ted Turner’s mad dreams.

I’m fortunate enough to be one of the band of renegade journalists who helped build and make Ted’s dream a reality almost 30 years ago. Since then the world and this country has changed mightily, so has television news, and so have I.”

Today on the Radio:

Joining Lou in the Independent Nation on Tuesday will be ANN COULTER. The syndicated columnist and New York Times bestselling author will weigh in on the decision to bring Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to New York City for trial and the latest on the nation’s health care debate.

Web-based terrorist hunter and former Montana judge SHANNEN ROSSMILLER will discuss the missed opportunities in the Fort Hood case as well as her own special brand of “cyber-counterintelligence.”

And MICHAEL TANNER, senior fellow at the Cato Institute, will talk about ObamaCare and how so-called “moderate” Senate Democrats like Ben Nelson, Mary Landrieu and Blanche Lincoln sold out for pork and party.

As always, Lou will take your calls to discuss the issues that matter most-and get your thoughts on where America is headed. Call him toll-free on the Independent Hotline at 877-55 DOBBS.

Posted:  11.24.09

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Casey Anthony defense shifts suspicion to meter reader

Roy Kronk is shown here making a statement back in December of 2008 after he found the body of Caylee Anthony.

On Thursday, November 19, 2009, the defense attorneys for Casey Anthony questioned Kronk in a deposition held at the State Attorney’s Office in Orlando behind closed doors.  See the story in the Orlando Sentinel.

The defense and their investigators have also interviewed two of Kronk’s ex-wives and his son.  His ex-wives are not making him sound too good, but then I guess that’s how ex-wives can be.  The interesting part to me is that his son said Kronk called him before Thanksgiving telling him he had found the child’s body and to watch, he was going to be on tv.  It was not until December 11 or so that the body was actual found, but then he had called the police previously and did not get proper response.  As I remember though he had been out to that site at least four times.

Transcripts of interviews with Kronk’s two ex-wives, son, and a longtime live-in girlfriend’s daughter depict the former meter reader as an untrustworthy man willing to resort to violence. No police reports or other supporting documentation were provided.

Ex-wives Jill Kerley and Crystal Sparks said Kronk physically attacked them. Sparks said she called police, but could not remember if she sought a restraining order. Kerley said he used duct tape to hold her against her will.

Both ex-wives said Kronk tells tall tales.

“I don’t think he would know the truth if it hit him upside the head,” said Kerley, who was briefly married to Kronk in the early 1990s.

Kronk’s son Brandon Sparks said his father told him before Thanksgiving 2008 that he found Caylee Anthony‘s body and would be on television. Brandon Sparks shared the news with his wife.

“We both didn’t pay any mind, though. We both thought it was far-fetched,” Sparks said.

Casey Anthony, 23, is charged with first-degree murder in the death of daughter Caylee. The toddler was reported missing in July 2008.

I have thought there is something just not adding up about this guy from the moment I found out he had been out there to the spot so many times.  Plus because it’s odd that he was the only person able to find the body even though the area had already been searched by amateur and professional searchers.  That’s just my opinion, of course, but it is not surprising that the defense is now seizing on the opportunity to cast suspicion on him, because he is suspicious.

See another article and video of an ex-wife’s statement Here.

For some background on Roy Kronk, see previous post here and here.

Posted:  11.22.09

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