Thursday, June 17, 2010

Dale Petersn

In stark contrast to Florida's
Charlie "the worm" Crist.

I don't know how Dale Peterson lost his primary bid for Alabama Ag Commissioner, but he did. In this video he gives a lesson on being a stand-up guy, true to his principles. I'd love him as our UN Rep.

Update from Jodi.

But, did he need killin'?

Tough District
[in] Etheridge's district .... where the “he needed killin’” defense is an affirmative defense and a not-infrequently successful one.  Neck-grabbing some college kid for asking you a question might pass for appropriate behavior here.

Boned Jello

Jim Geraghty reports that Bob Etheridge, who manhandled a kid for asking "do you support the Obama agenda,"  has fallen behind his Republican opponent in the polls.  There's some disagreement over E's chances of winning an eighth term -- in a district where " Obama’s approval is at 38 percent and disapproval is at 55 percent."  The best part though, was the letter from a lawyer who lives in the district, who weighed in with the "he needed killin'" letter. I think Sheriff Taylor would approve.  Well, Deputy Fife fer sure.  Long as they needed it.  

Crazing Arizona

Speaking of 'oil slick'
 Masquerading as a used (notice the bloatStill the most evil woman in US history ) Tampon, Her Filthiness, more spectacularly unctuous then ever, here announces that Obamunists will be taking Arizona to court over its immigration law.  Yes, for duplicating a federal law that Eric Holder has also never read.

I hied myself  to snip a segment from a NewsBusters video  that had previously amused me.  Mrs. Bill Clinton also told the unidentified al-Jazeera type chick, whose business it is not,  that "Obama feels the federal government should make immigration law."  This 24/7  theatre of the absurd  is driving us all crazy. Are you ready to rumble!?!

Self Load

Monkey Bidness

Basic Instinct

Wow, a ribbon!

Am I Right? Or, What?

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Clipped from the delightful Ka-Ching!.  Before reading the caption,  I saw my toddler kids on Christmas morning after toys were opened.  

Angry is no more ...

The fear I experienced then
made me poop on my horses.

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And other poorly translated , if not wonderfully descriptive, subtitles

Throw the Bums Out

The United States of Throw the Bums Out

The best thing Republicans have going
for them is that they're not Democrats.

Article by two PCT Democrats, Doug Schoen and Pat Caddell.  Reading between the lines, I think they're also saying that the best thing Tea Party candidates have going for them is they aren't Republicans (of the recent ilk).

Corvette v Lambo

Notice there's no Corvette avatar.

Boned Jello

62 mph in an amazing 3.7 seconds

One person, six votes

Boned Jello Lani Guinier's Revenge?

In 1993 Hillary Clinton was having trouble finding an Attorney General who paid her taxes (Zoe Baird), or wasn't a left wing reparations nut (Lani Guinier).  What a difference 16 years can make, wot?   Anyway, this,  what I found at SondraK, is the latest manifestation of nuts running the asylum.

PORT CHESTER, N.Y. — An unusual election in a New York City suburb, in which voters could cast six ballots for one candidate, apparently resulted Wednesday in the first Hispanic elected to the village Board of Trustees.

The court-imposed election was held after a federal judge ruled that Port Chester's conventional at-large trustee elections violated the Voting Rights Act. Although the village of about 30,000 residents is nearly half Hispanic, no Latino had ever been elected to any of the six trustee seats. Most voters were white, and white candidates always won.

The Guinier nomination tanked primarily because her similar ideas, about "our unfair voting system," were anathema to just about everyone, Democrats included.   All hail the Obamalution!

Obama & Hamas

The Gaza Flotilla Ambush:
What Did the White House Know?

"What did the President know, and when did he know it?" asked Howard Baker about President Nixon during the Watergate hearings. The carefully planned May 31 ambush of Israeli naval commandos by armed Turkish martyrdom fanatics, in collusion with Jodie Evans of the radical leftist group Code Pink and along with Obama friends Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, raises precisely the same question. 

Boned Jello

Most conspiracy theories are hogwash, but not all of them. Stalinism really was a conspiracy to infiltrate, sabotage, and ultimately conquer the West. It had some spectacular successes, like stealing nuclear secrets from the Manhattan Project, a feat for which physicist Klaus Fuchner was celebrated in Communist East Germany.[continued]

I find comments by O-Clubbers 49 Pan, and Pappy on point.

Background: John Bolton

From one illegal to another ...

Obama Gives Part of Arizona to Mexicans

Like Pogo said.

Mr. Success

Measuring Success

Boned Jello

Watching Barack Obama speak from the Oval Office Tuesday evening, I was reminded of a remark he made back in January: “I’d rather be a really good one-term president than a mediocre two-term president.” At the moment, he is on track to be neither, but I have often wondered just what he meant.

Does Obama believe he has been really good thus far? If so, in what area? 
- Obama, the one-term wonder

If his goal was to effectively rewrite the United States Constitution, and deliver the nation into the hands of third-world jugglers like George Soros, the man has excelled. No less than a rebellion will undo what he has done.  Do you see that happening?  I don't. The left is well aware of the threat, however, and filling sandbags to forestall any such attempt.

Alvin Green


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My second AC PS - 2002   
Obama senior adviser David Axelrod said Greene was not a "legitimate" candidate and called his victory "a mysterious deal." (Yes, how could a young African-American man with strange origins, suspicious funding, shady associations, no experience, no qualifications, and no demonstrable work history come out of nowhere and win an election?)

Teh best explanation I've seen for Alvin Green getting 60% of the Donk vote is people confused him with singer Al Green (from Tennessee).  Either way, it's an indictment of how people select who to vote for. Which brings us back to Obama.