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Aiken hits “Corrupt Claire” in new ad

Missouri Senate Race:

Very good ad, no thanks to the GOP.  Aiken can win this seat and shame on the republican party for not supporting their candidate.

Best line:  “Corrupt Claire, the minute her hand came off the Bible it went into your pocket.”

See video:  http://patdollard.com/2012/10/daily-caller-exclusive-new-akin-ad-hits-corrupt-claire-for-40-million-in-federal-dollars-she-gave-husband/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

Posted:  10.14.12 A. D @ 7:18 a.m.

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Conservative victory in 2010

This is from last night in Missouri

The energy, the enthusiasm, the momentum, if you will, is on the conservative side.

I don’t believe I have ever seen those in charge of everything, Senate, House, and presidency, be so extremely unhappy.  I saw a comment made by someone who is obviously jealous, from someone on the “winning” side, at least for now, that this was a “hate fest.”  [Quick.  Get out there and say something ugly.  That’s right.]

That is just laughable.

This represents the life blood of America.  And we have to win if we want to save our country.  The hate fest is coming from the other side with many lies and slurs, trying to quell this uprising of citizens, and when you see this crowd you can understand why.  This is positive.  This is powerful.  The forces trying to divide us will not prevail.  We are going to win – we will win because right is on our side and the truth will prevail .

Now, the other side of the story is illustrated here.

Harry Reid has to hide the arrival time for his “bus tour” for fear of protesters.  Now, this is his own state and his own constituents, mind you.   He told Greta Van Susteren that people were much nicer to him now that health care was passed, so I don’t know what he’s worried about.


One woman did say that because she qualified for health care (whatever that means) she would vote for him forever.  What’s funny is the big question is:  “Where do we sign up for the free health care?”

Nancy Pelosi said:  “I travel the country, and people are so thrilled about what it means for them, as they learn more about it.”


Favorability rating:

Pelosi – 11 %

Reid – 8 %


Posted:  04.08.10


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Protests Against Obamacare being held this week – Update X2 (New Pics and video)

Scroll to the bottom for video and updates from St. Louis yesterday.

While you cannot depend on regular news sources to tell you about what  is happening, there are protests across America in opposition to Obamacare.  Here are just a few examples.
Today, Obama is scheduled to appear in St. Louis, and this event has been closed to the public.  (I am watching him now in Washington, D. C. introducing the president of Haiti, so I supposed he is still going to St. Louis, or not?)   It is later this evening and I guess it doesn’t take long to get there on Air Force One.

There are protests scheduled in St. Louis for today.

“This Is Your Last Best Chance to Show the President You Don’t Want Obamacare—
2 Protests Are Planned……….
–The first protest is at 9:45 AM at the St. Charles Convention Center
–The second protest is at 5:30 at the at the Renaissance Grand hotel in downtown St. Louis.”


Scenes from Monday in Philadelphia on the outside of Arcadia University where Obama was speaking:


Below is a video of a rally which was on Monday, I believe, from North Carolina protesting in front of the office of Kay Hagan, (D) N. C. Senator. This is likely representative of other locations, so all is not as cheery as they want us to believe.

I believe it all hinges on the House vote.  If it doesn’t pass the House I think it’s all over.  If it does pass the House, Obama will sign it and we have health care reform.  It may never get to the Senate for the “reconciliation.”

(Monday in North Carolina)


UPDATE 1: From Michele Malkin:  Large crowd of about 2000 people were at the morning protest in St. Louis., actually St. Charles I believe it is.
See some great pictures Here.

UPDATE 2:  Tea Party welcomes Obama to St. Louis yesterday/last night!!

See “2300 Greet Obama at St. Louis Fundraiser”.


Photos from Dana Loesch (Pronounced Lash – I recently read an article about her. She’s a young mother and one of the original tea partiers or a tea partier before there was a tea party.)

There are lots of young people in this movement. Just check out the pictures.

Huge array of pictures Here.

Posted:  03.10.10  Updated:  Yesterday and 03.11.10 @ 11:45 a.m.

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Obama: Argue with them, get in their face

In September of 08,  Elko, Nevada, Obama tells his supporters:

“I need you to go out and talk to your friends and talk to your neighbors. I want you to talk to them whether they are independent or whether they are Republican. I want you to argue with them and get in their face,” he said.

In June of 08  – “If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun,” Obama said in Philadelphia.

On August 6th 09, the White House says, referring to town hall meetings, “If you get hit, we will punch back twice as hard,” (Jim Messina).

On August 7th, 2009, at 2:30pm EDT, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is hosting a call with health care activists and SEIU members to discuss what needs to happen in order to win health care reform, and to directly respond to accusations and distortions from opponents. SEIU coordinates with Sebelius.

So then comes the SEIU, the real mob, beating up a man in St. Louis, four people kicking him while he’s already on the ground.


Sweetness and Light.com for post and videos.

Do we have an administration or a regime?

Posted:  08.08.09

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Restless tea baggers in Missouri and N. C. this week (Videos)

Crazy ass tea baggers!!  🙂 This is what MSNBC, et al, is trying to stop, disparage, down play.  If all these people are just crazy, then we better build some more insane asylums.    Everybody has a right to be heard in this country.  This is America.  And this is what congress does not want to deal with on recess.

Claire McCaskill holds Town Hall meeting in Missouri on July 27, 2009

Obama comes to Raleigh, North Carolina, on July 29, 2009, below.

I watched the Town Hall from Raleigh, and it all looked great from the inside of the building and it appeared that all were in favor of the health care, didn’t it?  Just didn’t show what was happening outside.  (5:24 in the video is revealing)

Posted:  07.30.09

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