Monthly Archives: August 2011

Black elected officials are on a racist rampage

Earlier today, we ran a story about Congressman Andre Carson shamelessly shouting RAAACISM! at the Tea Party, since the Left is losing so much power on a daily basis and the only weapon the Alinsky Rule book could summon was to accuse people of being racists in an effort to shut them up and stifle resistance to what the Left’s doing to this country.

It’s a classic, desperate move by the Left.

Oh, boy, you can just smell the fear.  First it was Maxine Waters (D) – elected official – “the tea party can go straight to hell” and now, Andre Carson (D) – elected official – “the tea party wants to see blacks hanging from trees.”  Can you believe this?

And the audience cheers.  Much like the congregation of Barack Obama’s church did, where he sat for 20 years, listening to his racist pastor railing on white people..

This is black racism and we are cowards if we do not speak out against this. 

I once heard someone claim that blacks can’t be racists.  Why?  Because they (supposedly) have no power.

Well, you can scrap that BS.  These are elected officials who are doing all this hate speech against the tea party and they are using the power of their elected positions.  I say damn them.  They have a whole lot more power than I will ever have and I am sick to death of being beat over the head with this crap.

We have a president who should be speaking out against this kind of hate speech, but of course, he will not.  He is probably leading the way, because this is his mindset. 

So let’s see now.  What is your excuse now for being racist?  The “no power” excuse is out.  Maybe if the black caucus gets together and thinks hard enough, they can come up with some other lame excuse for being the racists of the country.  They apparently have nothing more productive to do.

Posted:  08.31.11 @ 12:39 p.m.

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National debt increasing so fast you can’t even write it down

August 2, 2011, Obama signed the law allowing the federal debt ceiling be raised from $14.3 trillion dollars to $16.7 trillion dollars.

This is less than a month later, August 30, 2011, and the debt is increasing so fast you can’t even write it down. 

Won’t be long before it reaches $16 trillion and they will want to raise it again.  That’s guaranteed.

Posted:  08.30.11 @ 2:01 p.m.


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Kash for Klunkers Krueger to lead the way to recovery

Critics say Krueger is merely another Ivy League Keynesian with no real world experience. Others claim he’s just another socialist attempting to duplicate the sinking European socialist economy, and he will further damage the Obama administration and the United States.

President Barack Obama on Monday morning in a brief press announcement in the White House’s Rose Garden, with Alan B. Krueger standing beside him, introduced nominee Krueger as a top member of the Council of Economic Advisors.

“I’m very pleased to nominate Alan Krueger to chair the Council of Economic Advisors,” Obama said.

🙂 All is well now. Brain dead Obama doubling down on his failures. It’s hard to even conceive of the depth of the incompetence of this man (or is he just dumb?) I can hardly wait for his droning rehashed speech.

I am just going to try to pretend he doesn’t exist until we can get rid of him in 2012.  Hope he just goes on vacation for the remainder of his term.

Krueger wholeheartedly supports “a future consumption tax to fix today’s economy,” as well as a higher minimum wage, which he claims does not depress employment.

During his time in Washington, Krueger advocated a number of big-ticket, government programs, including the HIRE Act, the Small Business Lending Fund, Build America Bonds and the Car Allowance Rebate System, or “Cash for Clunkers.”

🙂  President Obama required two heavy-duty teleprompters on Monday during a three-minute speech in which he nominated Alan Krueger to serve as chairman of his Council of Economic Advisors.

(See picture)

Posted:  08.30.11 @ 8:25 a.m.

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Mass police are acting stupidly again

I guess this is the old uncle Obama compared Jeremiah Wright to.

 The Framingham Police Department in Massachusetts just released Onyango Obama’s mugshot photo to The Washington Times Water Cooler. Mr. Obama, President Obama’s uncle, was arrested by Framingham police last week and charged with a DUI. He is being held by ICE authorities, as he is an illegal immigrant from Kenya.

Uncle Omar (Found)

A number of media outlets have already reported that an illegal  immigrant from Kenya by the name of Onyango Obama, 67, was arrested last week on Wednesday after he nearly rammed his SUV into a police car in Framingham, Massachusetts.

He was later charged with DUI among other violations Framingham Public Information Officer Lieutenant Delaney who told me that when Onyango Obama was asked at booking if he wanted to make a telephone call to arrange for bail, the Kenyan immigrant replied: “I think I will call the White House.”   

It’s a lucky drunk (Breathalyzer .14) who can just call the president when he gets arrested.

But this was last week and the president was in Martha’s Vineyard

“He’s on vacation, Omar.  Do you have that cell phone number?”

Posted:  08.30.11

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Irene, the hurricane that was — well, a tropical storm

Hurricane Irene was downgraded to a tropical storm Sunday morning as it made landfall over New York’s Coney Island with winds clocking 65 mph.

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I was watching this yesterday and I am in doubt if it was even a hurricane when it first hit landfall.  If so, it certainly was not after that.  You could see there was no eye, that it had already broken apart.

Which is to be expected.  You just can’t tell what a hurricane will do.  That’s the hard part.  To evacuate or not to evacuate? To leave or ride it out?  This is what happens, over and over again the alarm is sounded and nothing happens.

Bloomberg and Christie are all over the place demanding people leave their homes.  Even Obama got pried out of his vacation to make an appearance at where?  FEMA headquarters.  Has he yet acknowledged Joplin?

At the coordination center, Obama said getting through the storm will be a “tough slog.”  (Get a load of the specially made up FEMA Barack Obama name plate, in case anybody wondered if it was a photo op.)

But what is most interesting is the way the media just keeps up the hype.  All day yesterday you see what has to be staged “reports” and they fog up the camera and splash water on the lenses, maybe even fake wind noise to make it look like they are in the midst of the most ominous storm ever.  They had Julie Banderas on camera in New York in perfect makeup all covered up with cap and designer raincoat and I don’t think there was a drop of water anywhere.  Somebody, I think it might have been the police chief, came on later in shirtsleeves and no hat or cap and shamed her into taking the hood down.

MSNBC calls in the big guns with Brian Williams anchoring and Al Roker on the seashore in rain gear, walking along the shore in Long Island.  Shep Smith working all weekend.  Geraldo wading in puddles in the streets of NYC last night.

Just a big media production.  And this morning, I see they finally downgraded it to a tropical storm.

Ever since Katrina was made into a big political weapon against George Bush, they have boxed themselves in. It’s not about safety, they don’t care a hoot about the safety of the people, it’s not about anything but these politicians trying to cover their asses in case something horrible happens and, of course, these states are all about collecting federal money.  The higher the winds, the more damage, the more disaster money they get.  (I wonder if the number of people without electricity also is a marker as to amount of disaster money.  Seems to be an important number…..)

That’s not to say hurricanes can’t be disastrous and horrific.  They can.  But there have been hurricanes since the beginning of time.  You do the best you can, but nobody, and I mean nobody, knows what they are going to do.

They all need to just get a little humility and admit they missed it this time.

Posted:  09.28.11 @ 11:17 a.m.


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Katrina mayor Nagin offers “expert” advice on Irene

Ray Nagin surfaces.

Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin appeared on the CBS Early Show Friday morning to offer his advice to those preparing for Hurricane Irene. In the interview conducted by Chris Wragge, he referred several times to his experiences during Hurricane Katrina to make his points.

Posted:  08.27.11 @ 11:13 a.m.


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Searchin’ for the tea party for causing the earthquake

I was thinking, wondering, about the earthquake.  Who will get the blame?  This song kept ringing in my head.  Almost NEVER found it.  They hide stuff on You Tube.  Try to search for something, it’s useless.  But it’s there somewhere.

So I finally found it.

We’re searchin’, searchin’ every which away – for the tea party because I know they shook the white house yesterday.  Funny they’re almost like god.  All powerful but you can’t see them anywhere.  Where’s their headquarters?  Where are they operating from to be causing all this havoc?  Who is in charge of them, giving the orders? 

But Barack, he’s not worried.  He could have stopped it if he had wanted to.  Have you noticed the earth healing since he took over?  But he just kept right on golfing.

Anyway.  Just feeling silly today.  If you can listen to this song and not feel happy though, I just don’t know what to think.

RIP Jerry Leiber.  Does anybody write songs any more?

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