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Montage of the shrieking libs insane accusations on the House floor (video)

Mark Levin montage – too funny.  I KNOW the American people are not falling for this kind of hysteria.   Behold “The Liberal Freak Show” on the House of Representatives floor last week.  It is an embarrassment to the country.  (Well, not all was on the House floor, I guess, but the liberal media was doing all they could to get out the radical message for the dems.)

Levin played for his listeners a montage of various Democrats making remarks about the budget battle that would have been highly-ridiculed three months ago if made by a Republican.

First came Rep. Louise Slaughter of New York claiming that freshmen Republicans in the House are “here to kill women.” Next was another New York Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s claim that Rep. Paul Ryan’s (R-Wisc.) 2012 budget proposal “passes like a tornado through America’s nursing homes.”

Up third was former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) claiming, “One of these bills before us, six million seniors are deprived of meals.” Next up was Jesse Jackson saying, “This is a civil war fight.”

In the fifth position was Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) stating, “This is an opportunity for the right-wing in the House to really sock it to women.”

Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) weighed in next asserting, “This is the equivalent of bombing innocent civilians.”

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) chimed in, “All this to stop women from getting regular tests and preventative services they need.”

Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Mary.) also weighed in, “This entire debate has included throwing women and children under the bus.”

The montage concluded with Sen. Chuck Schumer’s (D-N.Y.) comments about always using the word “extreme” when talking about Republican budget plans

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All I want to know is can we do some retroactive abortions??  Put these people out of their misery.

Eleanor Holmes Norton deserves a spot all her own.  She’s not even a real congresswoman, just some kind of token Delegate for Washington, D. C. who can’t even vote.  That does not stop her from spurting out hateful words though, does it.   Watch this video and you will see this is one more vicious woman.  It’s all over her face and the venom is just dripping from her voice.  And talk about violent rhetoric?!?

Here’s Ms. Holmes Norton letting her hair down.  🙂  That is, if she had any hair.  Obviously in a happier moment…..This was probably back when she was getting her way and planning on those 40 years of democrat rule.  Looks like Franklin Raines with her.  What do you think?

Posted:  04.10.11

P. S.:  At one time, I said to myself, you don’t want to lower yourself to the level of the democrats and their complete abandonment of the civility they want to lecture others about, but after this past week, I have changed my mind.  I am going to their level.   

And the president is SILENT as his crew and his party uses brutal personal attacks and absurd rhetoric to vilify the republicans and especially the tea party for trying to bring just a little bit of fiscal sanity to the country.  Yep, enough is enough.  They don’t deserve civil treatment, nor do they deserve respect.  And they are not going to get either from me.

 

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Words come back to haunt you

Cook up a big pot of crow stew.

I heard democrat Chris Van Hollen going on about some CBO projections that seem to indicate that a repeal of Obamacare would increase the deficit.  Right.  The CBO is a prime example of “garbage in, garbage out.”  And aren’t we impressed with all that democrat bi-partisanship.  They have done nothing but squawk and complain for the entire few days congress has been in session.

Projecting the 2010 election results, Mr. Van Hollen told David Gregory on the little watched Meet the Press around about July of 2010:

“I know these guys are popping the champagne bottles already over there, but the fact of the matter is the Democrats will retain a majority in the House,” Van Hollen said.

 

July of 2010

So Mr. Van Hollen does not know what he is talking about, he just talks.

Republican Pete Sessions said on the same program he thought the republicans would gain maybe 40 seats.  Republican John Conyn said he did not know, which was a pretty good answer because none of them knew.They get on tv and they talk and they talk and they are just guessing, just like the CBO is just guessing.  We all know they can come up  with most anything, depending on the information they are given.  Just as we also know that adding a massive new entitlement program like Obamacare is not going to save money, but will cost massive amounts.

I caught a few minutes of a hearing held yesterday on the bill to repeal Obamacare, and some democrat was on there explaining how it is going to save money, something about free physical exams and research.  I recognized one of the newly elected members, Tim Scott from South Carolina who was telling him he was not buying it.  I don’t buy it either (and I’m writing Mr. Scott today to tell him he is doing a great job).  I’ll make a prediction myself, that being that in 50 years, Obamacare, if allowed to stand, will be more broke than social security and medicare is today.  In fact, I doubt it would last 10 years.

Along these same lines, here’s what President Obama said about raising the debt ceiling in 2006 as a Senator:

He said: “The fact that we are here today to debate raising America’s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that the U.S. Government can’t pay its own bills. It is a sign that we now depend on ongoing financial assistance from foreign countries to finance our Government’s reckless fiscal policies. … Increasing

America’s debt weakens us domestically and internationally. Leadership means that ‘the buck stops here. Instead, Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren. America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership. Americans deserve better.”

“Leadership failure.”  Yep.  “Reckless spending.”  Yep.  During his brief reign of two years, the debt ceiling has increased from 11 trillion to 14 trillion dollars, and now looming is his request for an addition increase.

Posted:  01.07.11

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