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Living in Wonderland

Let’s see, it must be a nightmare!

We’ve got the economy down the tubes, no jobs, homes foreclosed, record number on food stamps, the Attorney General running guns with the drug cartel, half a billion dollars lost to Solyndra and $5 billion more out the door to other losers and the president yawns and says hindsight is 20/20, the president ordering an American killed without due process while running around the country yelling pass this bill when his own majority leader won’t bring it up for a vote, left-wing Obama supporting slugs in the streets stopping traffic requiring overtime for law enforcement…..

And the democrats and their mouth, the media, are worried about a word on a rock painted over some 30 years ago and Hank Williams, Jr. using the word Hitler in the same sentence as our illustrious president after the tea party has been called everything from sons of bitches to terrorists, and dear god, most of all will Chris Christie run for president as masses of reporters gather?

Somebody has got to be kidding.

Posted:  10.04.11 @ 12:50 p.m.

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We want our country back! Yes we do!

Okay.  I heard someone say again today that he had NEVER heard  “Take our country back” until now as if the words were coined by Sarah Palin and the Tea Party movement, and coined especially as some code words from some “darker side” to heap persecution upon our poor Obama (you know, the same Obama who rode in on a white horse or more like a white unicorn with the complete support and assistance of media, with almost no experience and even less vetting,  with great ease and, yes, the support of the majority of the American people seeing as how he was elected.)

Well, I know I have heard those words before, so in just a few short minutes I came up with numerous times the words were used before Obama even came on the national scene.  There are many, many more, but the links below will provide a little perspective.  So as to quote the famous well-loved phrase, last heard from the mouth of MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell “you are not entitled to your own facts.”

http://www.amazon.com/You-Have-Power-Country-Democracy/dp/0743270134 howard dean

http://www.amazon.com/How-Overthrow-Arianna-Huffington/dp/0060988312 Arianna Huffington

http://excaliburbooks.com/Articles/Papers/patriotism.html

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article14509.htm’http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article4493.htm

http://www.democracycellproject.net/blog/archives/2006/03/how_to_take_bac_2.html

http://www.hermes-press.com/pollindex.htm

And my favorites below:

“My name is Maxine Waters.  You are the true patriots and you have come to take your country…..”

So, yes, we want our country back, we sure do.

Posted:  09.29.10

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Halloween Horror Nights (2010) begin this weekend

Horror Nights 20th anniversary featuring “Fear.”

What: Intense Halloween event featuring eight haunted houses, six “scare zones,” shows by illusionist Brian Brushwood and “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure”

Where: Universal Studios, Interstate 4 and Kirkman Road, Orlando

When: 6:30 p.m., Sept. 24, 25, 30; Oct. 1-3, 7-10, 14-17, 20-24, 27-31

Cost: Admission varies with day and frequency and ranges from $39.99 to $239.98

Universal Studios unleashes Fear with its Halloween Horror Nights on Friday and Saturday. It’s the 20th rendition of the event, so look for nods to the past, but the eight haunted houses and six scare zones are touted as “all-new.” Horror Nights runs for 24 select dates through Oct. 31.Note: There’s no HHN this Sunday, but there will be the following five Sundays.   Click here for ticket information (it’s complicated and option-packed) for Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights.

More Details Here.

Posted: 09.23.10

Sweet little perfume collection for spooky days ahead.

Go batty at Pier I ImportsSample Jack and the Devil perfumeor Take a peek Beyond the Attic Door.

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O’Donnell’s democrat opponent is Harry Reid’s pet

Just what we need in the Senate.  Harry Reid’s pet.  And on top of that, a Marxist by his own admission.

“I’m going to be very honest with you — Chris Coons, everybody knows him in the Democratic caucus. He’s my pet. He’s my favorite candidate,”  Reid said

Chris Coons:  “My friends now joke that something about Kenya, maybe the strange diet, or the tropical sun, changed my personality; Africa to them seems a catalytic converter that takes in clean-shaven, clear-thinking Americans and sends back bearded Marxists,” Coons wrote, noting that at one time he had been a “proud founding member of the Amherst College Republicans.”

Wow.  He’s a fine candidate, isn’t he.  An EX republican, turned marxist.  Harry Reid’s “favorite candidate.”

And Tokyo Rove going on and on and on goading Christine O’Donnell to “answer the questions.:”  What questions?

I have seen what he refers to as her “checkered past.”  And I am not impressed with the checkeredness.  She had some debt.  At least she hasn’t been stealing the taxpayers money or receiving some underhanded paybacks.  She owns no property, her home was close to being repossessed.  Well, welcome to life.  I just don’t know what the hey Rove is talking about.  I think HE must be hiding something.  He is way too into this attack of Christine O’Donnell.  Why is he now so unconcerned with a republican win in Delaware.  She IS the republican candidate.  Chris Coons is the only other choice.  I wonder what kind of pet he is.  Maybe a hamster or a rat.

I look for Karlinsky to be on MSNBC and CNN soon.  (If he hasn’t already been).  He’ll be the next Meghan McCain.  I guess they do realize they are just their play things.  I am glad O’Donnell canceled her Sunday appearance which would have given them the chance to pose just the right question so they could get a sound bite to fuel the witch hunt for the next two weeks.

Wonder when they’ll have Coons on.  I’m sure the wires will burn and the ratings will soar at the excitement of it. 

But it seems the media is more interested in  some irrelevant and unimportant detail from high school that comic Bill Maher dug up than Who Her Opponent Really Is.

For instance:

“A key point I want to make is that Coons, a rich boy with a law degree and a Master’s in Ethics from Yale Divinity School, is actually a much nastier, more manipulative, more dangerous, more special-interest-serving person than his thuggish predecessor Tom Gordon.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2010/09/20/is-chris-coons-as-bewitching-as-christine-odonnell/#ixzz105s3tvBp

And:

“News that Democrat Chris Coons intends to jack up property taxes on us all to make his political accommodations is no surprise. He is a personally very-rich Democrat, freshly-re-elected, making a tidy 6-figure paycheck on the public’s backs while trying to carve himself out an incumbency career in Delaware politics.”

http://delawarelibertarian.blogspot.com/2009/03/new-castle-county-executive-chris-coons.html

In this era of massive government corruption and spending, she took a long time to pay her student loans? She didn’t have somebody like Bill Ayers write a couple fantasy books for her in order to pay them off like Obama did.  And he is still whining about that student debt.  The year she made a little over $5,000, I wonder if she got her food stamps and medicaid.  I hope she did, but did she just lay down and give up when things got tough?  No.  She wants to make a difference for the country.

Harry Reid and Mike Castle haven’t made a thin dime doing any real work in their lives.  Every single nickle they have gotten has been tax payer money – that is when you discount all the probable dishonest money they have received.   And Barack Obama is “just so Real” for having smoked marijuana, proudly inhaled it, and “dabbled” in some blow.

It has never been more clear that the democrats and republicans are just one big, happy family, the one enabling the other to fleece the people.

Bypass the republican party and send money directly to the campaigns.

She needs our help.

More on Coons.

Posted:  09.20.10

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Christine O’Donnell is a Winner!!

From Bewitched to the Flying Nun…..

Love ya’, Christine.  Hang tough.

http://theothermccain.com/2010/09/19/remember-hottie-mcawesome/

Posted:  09.19.10

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Karl Rove vs Christine O’Donnell – Disgraceful

Tea Party victory in Delaware

And who is whining?  I just learned something about Karl Rove.  He is mud-slinging the People’s Choice for a republican candidate. I was shocked at this.  What he just said here tells us where Castle got his negative talking points against Christine.  I should have known, but I guess I didn’t notice as long as we were somewhat on the same side. (Oh, boy – wake up!)  What the hey is he talking about “in the bushes?”  That is so silly.  Rove sounds like a democrat smear machine.  I read something yesterday about Christine being “homeless” and being in  a financial mess. Well, we are all going to be homeless and broke very soon if we keep electing the likes of Mike Castle, who acted as a enabler for all the spending measures the democrats put forward.

Has anybody checked to see what kind of house Mike Cap and Tax Castle has?  How much money does he have in the bank after basically living off the taxpayers for 9 terms?  Who has been financing him so that he has had no financial problems?  I believe the SEIU and various other special interests.  Is Castle one of the “fat cats?”  I’ll bet Karl Rove is a fat cat, too.  Neither one of them will be living in the car any time soon.

I heard Christine referred to several times this morning as “that woman.”  I am beginning to see a pattern here.  I guess she better brace for the Sarah Palin treatment.  But from the republicans?  Well, yes, I see it now, the “leaks” within the McCain campaign about Sarah’s clothes, et cetera, from those within the party who clearly did not have her best interests at heart.

I think Christine O’Donnell can win.  They said she couldn’t win the primary.  Wrong.  But I would rather have a democrat in that seat than someone like Castle, hands down.  At least then it would be a clear democrat vote and not  a shady so-called bi-partisan vote.

Now I am hearing the republican party is not going to support Christine O’Donnell.  Well, they didn’t support her for the primary and she won.  She can win the general without them.

Karl Rove and the republicans better get on board.  The Tea Party isn’t even a party in an organized sense, but it will be if the republicans turn against the Tea Party candidates.  Every time they declare things like that they are not going to fund or support the chosen candidates, the stronger the Tea Party gets.

Congratulations, Christine.  Onward and Upward.

Posted:  09.15.10

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Peace and unity prevail

A week of drama that focused the world’s eyes on Gainesville because of a preacher’s plan to burn the Quran ended Saturday night with charity, fellowship and a candlelight memorial to those who perished in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

A Day of Peace and Unity sponsored by the Gainesville Muslim Initiative at the Bo Diddley Community Plaza downtown drew religious leaders of many denominations who thanked Alachua County for its tolerance and compassion, and honored the many freedoms in America.

As it has on Saturday for the past three years, the Muslim organization Project Downtown served meals on the plaza to the homeless and underprivileged.

But added activities to mark the 9/11 anniversary included a candlelight vigil, speeches by religious and community leaders, a blood drive, food and book drives and other events.

About 300 people gathered on Northwest 53rd Street to march three-fourths of a mile in counter-protest to the center’s plan, albeit canceled, to burn the Quran.

Posted:  09.12.10

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