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Rewind: What Chris Matthews was saying last July (2009) video update

(04.25.11 @ 09:26 a.m.) Well, I have finally found this video that was taken down on You Tube with these assholes calling their fellow-Americans full mooners, rocks at the bottom of the river, in the ergenous zone of insanity…….


This was obviously before the tea party sweep on November, 2010.  I think they are the insane ones.

Final Question:  Where the hell is the birth certificate?



I just love to go back and review what has been said previously and compare it with the reality of today.  This is a video of Chris Matthews and Howard Fineman ranting on about “Birthers” in late July of 2009.

Funny.  Fineman says the August recess is going to be engulfed in questions about the Obama birth certificate when the “White House wants the conversation to be about health care.”  Well, now that we know that the conversation was all about health care at all the Town Hall meetings, I’ll bet they wish it had been about the birth certificate.

He says something to the effect that the Republicans are at a very low ebb and when this happens it exposes the “rocks at the bottom of the stream.” This referring to a tea party he had attended in Kentucky.  Is there just a glimmer of that elitism showing?

Republicans at a low ebb?  My how things have changed since last July.

I don’t know what they were trying to do here, since it was they who brought up the birth certificate issue to begin with.  Were they just trying to get out in front of what they really thought would be the most troublesome aspect of the summer recess and Town Hall meetings?  MSNBC carrying the Obama water.  That bucket has gotten a whole lot heavier since last summer.  Plus, this is a very good indication of how disconnected the MSM and Washington has been and is with what is really important to the people.

As the Congress and the administration plods ahead vowing to do “for the American people” what they don’t want done.

Posted:  03.18.10

Hang tight, Mr. Stupak. Looks like the Loving Left has made his life a living hell.
I was not able to get through at his WH number, but I got an answer at one of the district offices. Here’s a bunch of numbers at his website if anyone wants to call to encourage him. http://www.house.gov/stupak/contact0507.shtml

(Well, Stupak turned out to be a low life liar.)

Updated:  04.25.11


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The Obama Chronicles, Part I and II (Video) Funny

Okay. MSNBC has made me really mad now. Today’s David and Tamron show was more than I could stomach. According to them and their guest, those who question the president’s origin and birth are mainly just “racist white people from the south.”

Was Barack Obama born in Hawaii? Was he born in Kenya? Was he born on the high seas? Was he born in Bethlehem or maybe he came in on a spacecraft from Mars.

But in honor of his birthday, and lest I lose my sense of humor entirely, I’ll just repost these videos straight out of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Happy Birthday, Mr. President. That is if you really have a birthday.  So sorry we couldn’t get Marilyn Monroe here for ya’.  Hope ya have yore best lil day evah.


“He entered into Jerusalem and the network anchors who had followed from afar cried Hosanna and waved great palm fronds and strewed them at his feet…..and in a instant, the lion lay down with the lamb.

Then suddenly, the angels and all the heavenly hosts were singing praises and crying…..

Yes, we can.  Yes, we can.  Yes, we can.”

Posted:  03.27.09  Repost:  08.04.09

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Kenyan birth certificate surfaces – take a look at this one (Updates)

Well, as Nancy Grace would say, “Bombshell ta.night.”

A Kenyan birth certificate of Barack Obama  has appeared on the internet.

Note:  This is not the same document that was declared a counterfeit last week.

And just as you think this thing is dying out.  This guarantees to keep it alive indefinitely.  What is ironic and kind of funny is that now instead of trying to say the Hawaii birth certificate that is online is authentic and all that is needed, the Obama side will have to shift gears and try to say why the Kenyan birth certificate is not valid.

I’ll say one thing, this looks more convincing than the Hawaiian one.  It has a signature, a seal, name of a hospital, but no doctor.  It also has a book (44B) and page number (5733)  at the bottom and that is extremely important, and there’s a “I do hereby certify” with a signature.   But if you could go to Kenya, that book and page number should take you right to the original document, if it exists.  The only thing I see that looks a little strange is the creases.  It was folded in an odd way.

Take a look at it Here.  (This is the web site of Orly Taitz, the lawyer who represents the military guy who refused to report for duty and then the government withdrew his orders.)

UPDATE: Ummm, I don’t know.  Taking a closer look, there is something behind each and every word in the background that does not appear in the document overall.   Looks like somebody could have taken a real document and imposed the words on it?  Don’t know.  It’s pretty good though, pretty darn good.

UPDATE:  Watch this.  It’s really amazing how I can see this as Shuster and Tamron Hall ganging up on Orly Taitz and not letting her talk, ridiculing her, et cetera and Huffington Post can see it as a melt down on her part.  This is the highest form of intimidation by the very unprofessional media.

And suddenly Ann Coulter is the end all and be all of what is and is not crap?  I would call it desperation — MSNBC quoting Ann Coulter. Just too funny.  Huffington Post.  They have also listed the flaws in the bc Here.

But, hey, drop it.  We should just drop it.  Who cares if the President of the United States isn’t a citizen?  🙂

Posted:  08.02.09  Update:  09.02.09 @ 5:58 p.m.  Update:  08.03.09 @ 7:56 p.m.


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Chris Matthews takes up health care, Glenn Beck, Birthers (Update)

I’m watching FOX MSNBC so you don’t have to.

I caught a segment of Chris Matthews Hardball today (7.29.09).  Not quite as blatantly insulting as some previous shows, but they just could not resist playing the race card as they were accusing Glenn Beck of playing the race card.

We have Chris Matthews, a lady from the Washington Post, and a man from Politico.  They both seemed to be on the same side, and this time, in some points, Matthews was asking some real questions.

This is paraphrasing:

Chris says stay tuned, there will be something on Glen Beck and the Birthers.  Something about the politics of personal destruction (funny) by the republicans and “will this hurt the republicans?”  Reference to the “president’s enemies.”

The first topic was health care and from AARP person asking:  Is there something in the bill that send somebody out to counsel the elderly about how they wish to die?  This question was posed to the president by phone, and she asked him to promise her this was not in the bill.

President Obama said something to the effect, You know, I guarantee you first of all that we don’t have enough government workers to send to everybody.  But that there was something – and he thinks it’s a good thing – that makes it easier to fill out a living will.

Then a clip of Virginia Foxx  (R/NC)  on the floor of the House making a statement about an alternative bill that is “pro-life and it will not put our seniors to death by their government.”  Not the exact words, now, but pretty close.  I’m sure there’s a video of it.

Somebody said, maybe there’s a provision in there which allows you to get counseling.

Chris:  What the hell is that doing in the bill?  Why be visited every five years?

WaPo woman: It’s just an extention of something from the Bush administration.  (Funny – Back to Bush, it’s all his fault.)

Chris:  This is about health care, why have this conversation with them?  It offers fodder for the republicans to find something to kill the bill.

Something about living wills.   (Which they already do when you go into the hospital.)

(I’m just wondering how HIPA plays into this with computerized records?)

Now to Glenn Beck…..

Beck says the president has some deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture, I’m not saying he doesn’t like white people, he has a problem – is a racist. (paraphrasing)

Woman from WaPo:  Why are we talking about this guy?   He comes from the same hateful school of punditry as Ann Coulter.

Chris:  Because more people are watching him than read the Washington Post.  (Funny)

See New Daily News for back story.

Now to the Birthers:

Chris:  The republican right, the far right, questions the birth implying “this guy’s not one of us.”

The far right – something about racial overtones, trying to give themselves some degree of assurance that this country did not elect an African American.’

Chris:  Of course it’s about race.  It’s not about documentation but pigmentation.  The republicans should cut loose the caboose, cut it loose.

(Well, there you go.  And I thought it was about producing or failing to produce a birth certificate.  Silly me.  Of course, the “caboose” is full of American citizens who could probably come up with a birth certificate without too much difficulty.  Matter of fact, if one of them wants to, say, get a passport or apply for Social Security, that’s exactly what they would have to do.  Don’t think it would work to tell the federal government that you put it on the internet — just Google it.)

[Comments in parenthesis are mine.]

UPDATE: RBO has a great post bringing this whole thing together with videos, names of the guests on Hardball mentioned above and showing the role of Media Matters in the thinly veiled connections between MM and MSNBC. For whatever reason, when a person is targeted or an issue is targeted for “destruction,” they all act together, in concert. And it appear that the Washington Post and Politico are in the loop.  No blow is too low.  Once you catch on to how it works, it’s easy as pie to see. I haven’t even read MM lately, but I know from what I have seen on MSNBC that the current target(s) are the Birthers, Glenn Beck, the tea baggers, probably Lou Dobbs, and always the republicans. See the post here.

P. S. Well, calling the president a racist? Perhaps Beck could have calibrated his words a little differently.  But he says that whether he has a radio show or not or whether he has a tv show or not, they will not shut him up. Speak on, Glenn.  “Fan them flames.”

Does anybody remember the vile things Bush was called?  Ever watch Keith Olbermann?  Especially during the Bush years.  So here we have MSNBC getting all upset over Lou Dobbs or Glenn Beck?  You can’t make it up.

On Morning Joe in their Beck Bash, Jonathan Capehart (Washington Post again) said how could he (the president) possibly be a racist, he’s half white, for goodness sake.  Wait a minute.  Wouldn’t that make him a racist for a certainty with that white blood and all?  🙂  Didn’t Gates call Sgt. Crowley a racist?  And Gates gets a documentary out of it.  Double standard?  Nah.

But then I’m just a typical white person clinging to my guns and bible and it’s really hard for me to keep from acting stupidly.

Posted:  07.29.09 Updated: 07.30.09 @ 2:05.

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Here they go again on MSNBC talking about the “crazy tea baggers”

I’m watching MSNBC so you don’t have to.  I saw this somewhere but it said watching Fox so you don’t have to.

Here we go again:  MSNBC about the birthers.

They say it’s “scarey” and “racist” and it’s just “crazy tea baggers” and people like Lou Dobbs.  The word crazy about 10 times in a few sentences.  It’s not even so much about the issue, about any issue.  It’s the ma.nip.u.lation.  I hate manipulation.  And suggestion, mind control.  I guess they think if they say the tea baggers are crazy, the birthers are crazy enough it will make it so.  But truthfully making it so is not the objective.  Making everybody think they are crazy is the objective so when they speak they will be disregarded, even if they are bringing up valid issues.

The so-called news people on cable tv really have no right to call anyone names.  They really don’t.  These are American citizens they are berating.  No wonder they don’t have any viewers left, they are insulting 2/3 of Americans.  People can do what they want to do.  How is it news anyway?

Now someone is coming down on law enforcement on MSNBC.  They think they are so smart.  Unbelievable.  This man is saying that Gates will be there and knows exactly how to help the president smooth this over and that’s what he will do.  And the two of them are going to instruct Crowley on how he should have handled it.  As I have said – Crowley, DO NOT GO.

Next segment (Tamron Hall and Donny Deutsch) and guests:  “republican wingnuts, wing nuts (3x), desperate, paranoid, nutty tea baggers.”

Ridicule.  Lay them low.  Call them names.  Give them a pill — preferably the red one!!  🙂  Saul Alinsky’s rules are really taking hold.

Oh, well.  This is funny:


And by the way:  Where IS the birth certificate? 🙂  That is the question.

Posted:  07.28.09


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Where Is the birth certificate? No. 2

Chris Matthews just laid the “Birthers” low again.  I include myself in that category because I’m not particularly satisfied with the certification of live birth on Obama, the phony looking one which Chris showed again, the same one that’s on the internet, not anything new.  He held it up and I still don’t see a seal or a signature.  What would be so hard about getting one with a seal on it?  Here it is.  Now, honestly, does this look real?  Why does the background extend beyond the border?  And where’s the seal and signature?  It could be on the back I guess, but not likely since there’s plenty of room on the front.  I did notice the one he put up has rounded corners for what that’s worth.


He started out by calling all who question the proof of birth…..I can’t remember the word he used at the very beginning. Maybe I will remember it.  Some really derogatory word though.

Then Howard Fineman of Newsweek came on and in his, oh, so serious voice, he made his contribution to this fine piece of jounalism and said that he had seen “this kind” down at a tea party in Kentucky when he was there, the “rocks at the bottom of the river when the water is low.”  Chris then says the birthers are the ones, when they take the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, would answer yes to questions like, “is someone following you? is somebody trying to kill you?” – the “full mooners” – “the ones with psychological problems” – “the erogenous zones of insanity.”  This is some very extreme language.

I think they are coming for me!!  🙂  straight jacket2

See video of the Chris Matthews segment today.

But, seriously, he was putting up the birth announcement from the newspaper.  This is interesting but anybody can put anything in any newspaper as a birth announcement.  They don’t check to see if there is even a baby.  It just isn’t proof.  Try using a birth announcement printed in the paper to get your passport or even a duplicate driver’s license for that matter.  It just won’t fly.

It is not crazy to ask these questions.  My question is why do they all get so exorcised by the questions?  Again, Obama could put a stop to it in a flash.  He has the burden of proof.  I believe Chris has had something on it almost every single day.  Do they protest too much?

Chris told Gordon Liddy he would present him with something the other day that would convince Liddy.  So where is that evidence?

All I want to know is:  Where’s the birth certificate?  And where is my tin foil hat?  🙂

At the White House press conference today:

Q.  “Is there anything you can do to make the “Birthers” go away?  Robert Gibbs:  A.   “No.”

Matter of fact he said he “had it put on the internet, what more could they want?”  Haha.  Google it.  Now that is the proof right there.  Anything can appear on the internet.  Too funny.  But Gibbs said it all “made up fictional nonsense.”

Video of Gibbs press conference of today in the “august briefing room,” (July 27, 2009), is below.

See previous post here.

Interesting:  Campbell Brown of CNN and Keith Olbermann (guest host) are also reporting on this.  Worry, worry, worry.

NOW THE PRESIDENT OF THE SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER IS CALLING FOR LOU DOBBS TO BE FIRED over the birth certificate issue!!!   O’Reilly is not too favorable of Dobbs either.   But says Lou will not be fired.   Boy, just as I said, these people are getting all bent out of shape over it.

But, hey, if everybody wants to have a president who is not a citizen, have at it.  It’s okay with me.  🙂

Obama birth certificate why the controversy won’t go away (hilarious).

Posted:  07.27.09


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Chris Matthews and Lou Dobbs have segments on the birth certificate issue

The following are videos of Lou Dobbs, CNN, and Chris Matthews, MSNBC segments on July 23. 2009 on the “birth certificate issue.”

This is pretty interesting how riled up people get when anyone asks “where’s the birth certificate?”  It’s amazing the extent to which Media People will go to cover on this issue.  They are so “flabergasted” saying it’s the republican party who is trying to “pull down this great man.”

It’s just a matter of providing documentation.  The whole matter could be put to rest in a flash.

E. Stephen Collins (with Chris) and Roland (with Dobbs) are beside themselves over this.  Notice the Looney Tunes at the end of the Matthews clip.  🙂  Too funny.  Nah, no bias there.

See previous post here.

Posted:  07.24.09


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