Friday, July 02, 2010

Six Months to Go Until
The Largest Tax Hikes in History

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Health law risks turning away sick
By Julian Pecquet - 07/01/10 07:13 PM ET

The Obama administration has not ruled out turning sick people away from an insurance program created by the new healthcare law to provide coverage for the uninsured.

Screw it. I'm going to the cellar.

Stealing Power

Get Free Bat Power

Boned Jello

Mark Miller

Wine opener trick

Are you a winer?
Let me shoe you something
cuzzin ricky

Whack DNA

Mental Illness: Obama's family
tree is replete with the unbalanced.

Almost immediately after posting on  A Shrink Asks:What's Wrong with Obama? yesterday, and recognizing that relatively few people move on to read full articles, I regretted not including this excerpt. Now I have.
--Mental Illness: Obama's family tree is replete with the unbalanced. His maternal great-grandmother committed suicide. His grandfather, Stanley Dunham, was particularly unhinged: He was expelled from high school for punching his principal; named his daughter Stanley because he wanted a boy; and exposed young Barry to not just drunken trash talk, but unrestricted visits with alleged pedophile Frank Marshall Davis (who might or might not be Obama's biological father). Barack Sr. was an abusive, alcoholic bigamist.

Since mental illness runs in the family, does Obama have any signs? Yes and no. No, he is not a schizophrenic babbling about Martians. But there are red flags for some other conditions.
Boned Jello


More on the NRA’s
Harry Reid Endorsement

As I said in the original post: no, the NRA has not endorsed Harry Reid. But they are planning to unless we bring pressure to bear on them.

Following the laws we agree with

Mayor Daley lays out strict
speech rules for Chicago

CHICAGO (AP) — Annoyed by recent court rulings that expanded First Amendment rights, Mayor Richard Daley on Thursday introduced what city officials say is the strictest Speech ordinance in the United States.

The measure, which draws from ordinances around the country, would strictly limit political speech in Chicago, even prohibiting home owners from stepping outside their homes, even onto their porches or garages, with an unauthorized sign.
What? I'm sorry, that should read "Second Amendment"  rights.  Silly me.  All Bill of Rights amendments look the same to me.

It really isn't close, but Barry will prolly overtake him

Edward "Ted" Kennedy

A Kennedy who actually deserved being shot

The recent laughable results (see post below) from academics attempting to select the best presidents ever, and my own experience with many of them, forced me to this conclusion. They can no longer be trusted to do surveys, or make pronouncements, and are certainly unqualified to select the "Most Vile American Ever'"  I'm not talking about things like putting gerbils up your ass.  I'm talking people whose actions damaged the foundation of this great nation.  As this blog's leading historian, I've been honored by my peers who asked me to make that selection.  In doing so, I draw from nearly 100 years, give or take, of collected  readings, watchings, and most importantly today, feelings, to announce the "winner," and four runners-up.  Without further ado then -
  1. George Mc Govern
  1. FDR tied with Roger Baldwin
  1. William Jefferson Clinton
  1. Barry Marshall Obama Soetoro
....  and the number one "Most Vile American Ever.".
  1. Edward "Ted" Kennedy

Research Documents

Obama's flyinh monkeys

Disappointing that Obama sent over double
 the amount of funds to Mexico than to AZ Guard

Snipettes from Amy Miller's  I Will Stand Behind Jan Brewer
...  I think Governor Brewer’s obvious anger is a good thing, because it finally shows–if I may be so bold–that Jan Brewer is OVER IT. She’s done the dance, sung the songs, met with the bureaucrats, and what has it gotten her? A pretty lawsuit, and a battalion of Obama’s flying monkeys bearing a friggin’ POWERPOINT presentation.

The situation is so devolved it’s almost comical. On one hand we’ve got the President of the United States throwing together a slideshow basically telling a fellow executive officer to go jump off a bridge; on the other, we’ve got idiot politicians rolling over for the minority vote, and US cities feeling completely comfortable with giving the finger to federal immigration laws ....

...  right now, Obama is daring Jan Brewer to defy his Administration.  ...

Standing behind Jan Brewer means standing up in the court of public opinion. It means not keeping your mouth shut when you hear people talking about that disgusting bunch of racist pigs down in Arizona. It might mean losing friends; I personally have lost two over this whole mess, but I’m okay with it if it means that by doing so, I regained little bit of control over the debate.  

"The first thing we do is ... ." - Shakespeare

Today's "nothing more can be said"
Obama trumps Reagan, academics say in survey

Boned Jello
dysfunction junction
The 2010  survey included Mr. Obama  and gave him a surprisingly strong showing - in the top third of the pack and ahead of the 18th-ranked Reagan. And Mr. Obama wasn't even tops among living Democrats - that honor went to 13th-ranked Bill Clinton, one of only two presidents ever to be impeached.