Monthly Archives: April 2011

Town hall meetings interrupted by planted hecklers

This is really pathetic.  Such a cheap imitation.  The democrats accused the tea party of being astro turf when, of course, it was not, so this summer they are sending out hecklers and protesters to town hall meetings to disrupt and intimidate the speakers.

It has happened to Allen West, to Marco Rubio, to Paul Ryan, Daniel Webster and probably others.  In this case, Paul Ryan recognized the man,  Steve G. Jozefczyk, from a previous meeting.  At this meeting he had on a shirt and tie.  Last time he was wearing a black tee shirt with the words, “Faux News” on it.

Rule of thumb – always:  Whatever the left accuses others of, they are doing themselves. 

And I wouldn’t be surprised if that is not the case with all the “racist” bull they are constantly accusing others of.  Anybody who immediately thinks race every time a critism is raised of Obama is obviously obsessed with it and is probably the real racist.  We have some really fine conservatives that would fit into some sub-group, if we wanted to think of them that way.  I think it is demeaning and really insulting and the last thing I think about when considering a candidate.  But to play that game, we have Allen West and Herman Cain, African American, Marco Rubio, hispanic, and the number of women in the conservative movement is many, Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, Christine O’Donnell, Sharron Angle, to name a few.  In fact, there is much more diversity in the republican party than the democrats these days.  And they are all mad and sputtering on the sidelines trying to actually harrass those they are supposed to be supporting, or at least they claim to support.  The leftists are complete and total frauds.

Posted:  04.30.11 @ 6:42 a.m.

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Trump’s message to Saudi Arabia

And people wonder why he is popular.  About time we got some leaders who don’t wear panties.

Posted:  04.29.11 @ 9:32 a.m.


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“We do not have time for this silliness…..”

Off to an Oprah interview and fundraisers on Air Force One at fuel cost of $68,000 per hour

Posted: 04.28.11 @ 7:41 a.m.

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Obama not good at economics, Great at doing the Wild Rumpus

President Obama does not understand the basics of economics. What he says repeatedly is that increased government spending is the foundation of economic recovery and growth. But the economic reality is that incentives for increased production are the foundation for recovery and booming growth.

He does seem cut out to be an elementary school teacher:


Posted:  04.27.11 @12:31 p.m.

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Gallup poll: Public perception with republicans on budget

A new Gallup/USA Today poll contains a counterintuitive finding: the age group most receptive to House Budget Chair Paul Ryan‘s plan to deal with the budget – seniors.

Republicans hold a double-digit lead over Democrats in public perception of which party would do a better job dealing with the federal budget, according to the survey. 48 percent prefer Republicans, while 36 percent prefer Democrats in Congress.

Young voters sided with Obama.

Interesting, because they will be the ones who will end up with nothing when they do wake up, if all things continue as they are.

Posted:  04.27.11 @ 10:21 a.m.

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Here it is

Amazing — dueling press conferences between Trump and Obama.

Monica Crowley describes the scene.  Obama -0-, Carnival Barker -1- :

Posted:  04.27.11 @ 10:01 a.m.

It ain’t over yet:  🙂  Just accept it …..

Updated:  04.27.11 @ 4:29 p.m.  Updated:  04.29.11 @ 9:08 a.m.


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Geithner, Solis, and Sebelius trustees of SS and Medicare

I was wondering who the Trustees are of the Social Security and Medicare so called trust fund.

Unbelivable who they are:  Tim Geithner, Hilda Solis, Kathleen Sebelius, and somebody named Michael Astrue.  There are supposed to be 6 trustees, two of which are to be public representatives.  Those two public positions are VACANT.

Report here:


Who Are the Trustees? There are six Trustees, four of whom serve by virtue of their positions in the Federal Government: the Secretary of the Treasury, the Secretary of Labor, the Secretary of Health and Human Services, and the Commissioner of Social Security. The other two Trustees are public representatives appointed by the President, subject to confirmation by the Senate. The two Public Trustee positions are currently vacant.

By the Trustees:

Timothy F. Geithner,
Secretary of the Treasury,
and Managing Trustee

Hilda L. Solis,
Secretary of Labor,
and Trustee

Kathleen Sebelius,
Secretary of Health
and Human Services,
and Trustee

Michael J. Astrue,
Commissioner of
Social Security,
and Trustee

Posted: 04.26.11 @ 2:44 p.m.


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